AIBE (11) Eligibility Criteria 2018

Dushyant Vanaik updated on : 10 Oct 2017

AIBE is a screening test held twice a year in March and December by the Bar Council of India (BCI). Read further to know all about AIBE (11) Eligibility Criteria 2018.

AIBE Eligibility Criteria 2018

AIBE (11) Eligibility Criteria 2018 – The All India Bar Examination or AIBE is a national screening test conducted by the Bar Council of India (BCI), twice every year in March and December. The AIBE (11) Application Process is underway and eligible advocates can start filling the application form. The applications can be filled till October 31, 2017.

AIBE (11) Eligibility Criteria 2018 is the minimum norm that each applicant must fulfil in order to sit for the examination. Applicants must note that they won't be issued the Certificate of Practice if they fail to meet any of the AIBE eligibility criteria. BCI is the conducting body for AIBE (11) and will conduct the exam on December 3, 2017. Let us now check the detailed AIBE (11) Eligibility Criteria 2018.

AIBE (11) Eligibility Criteria 2018

AIBE (11) will be conducted in a pen-and-paper based mode and aspirants obtaining minimum 40 marks will be issued the Certificate of Practice. If a candidate secures the minimum qualifying score but fails to meet any of the AIBE eligibility criteria will not issued the certificate. The required academic qualifications are as follows:

  • Candidate must have an LLB degree from a Law school recognised by the Bar Council of India
  • No minimum percentage is required in AIBE (11) exam
  • Advocates who have passed the bachelor's degree after July 1, 2011, and are enrolled as advocates in the State Bar Council are eligible to apply

AIBE (11) Eligibility Criteria 2018: Reserved Candidates

Candidates applying under the reserved category must upload a self-attested copy of their reservation certificate in English or Hindi, along with other documents. If the candidates fail to submit the required documents, there AIBE application form will be rejected and the application fee will not be refunded.

Documents required while filling AIBE (11) Application Form 2018

  • Advocate ID card (if issued by State Bar Council)
  • Enrolment Certificate
  • Scanned photo & signature
  • Category Certificate (if applicable)
  • Disability certificate (if applicable)

AIBE (11) Eligibility Criteria and Application Process

The AIBE Application Forms are now live and aspirants can fill the same of the official website of AIBE. Follow the below mentioned steps to complete the application process for AIBE.

  • Log on to the official website of AIBE.
  • Click on the ‘Register Here’ Tab.
  • Enter the relevant details like State, Enrolment Number, Name, Gender, Date of Birth, Complete Address, Email Address, Academic Details etc.
  • Next, the candidate has to choose three cities as their centre of examination.
  • Since the AIBE exam is available in multiple languages, candidates need to choose the language they wish to write the exam in.
  • After filling all the details above, the candidates need to upload the relevant documents required.
  • Click on submit after filling the form. Candidates will receive an AIBE (11) Registration Number, Password, and OTP on the registered mobile number and email ID. They must use these credentials to log in and see the duly filled AIBE application form.
  • In the next step, the application fee needs to be paid. Candidates must note that the payment can be made via challan only.
  • The challan can be downloaded and the fee can be paid at the nearest SBI Branch.
  • Candidates can take a printout of the application form for future references.

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