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Is passing the All India Bar Exam mandatory for Practicing Law

Is passing the All India Bar Exam mandatory for Practicing Law in India as a Lawyer/Advocate.

Yes, Passing the All India Bar Examination is a necessary condition for the practice of law in India for advocates who have graduated from academic year 2009-10 onwards.

The All India Bar Examination is only an entry-level examination – your career as an advocate would only be affected to the extent that you are required to successfully clear the All India Bar Examination in order to practice law in India. As marks are not assigned , you will just be informed that you have passed this exam.

You will receive your Certificate of Practice soon after the declaration of results of the All India Bar Examination, but in the interim period you can practice on the basis of the declared result.

UTTAR PRADESH – AIBE is not a Mandatory Exam for Practicing law in UP

In the State Bar Council Meeting held in December 2013, the U.P. Bar Council passed a resolution that the “Right to practice” exam, popularly known as AIBE, is no more mandatory for the lawyers registering themselves in the state of Uttar Pradesh.

Declaring the exam futile, the U.P. Bar Council has allowed lawyers to practice in the state without endeavoring the AIBE.

According to the State Bar, once the lawyer is registered, there is no point of conducting the exam afterwards and by the by, there is no provision or rule as to that effect in the Advocates Act, 1961 as well.

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8 Responses to “Is passing the All India Bar Exam mandatory for Practicing Law”

  1. Elumalai p says:

    what is open book test
    pl explain or otherwise where i can fin out details of ” open book test”
    is it simply opening any one book on the table if so how i can answer all subjects or otherwise where is the explaination available

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  2. open book exam means you are allowed to carry books, notes, any study materials,even the hand written notes is allowed to carry but you are not allowed to take any radio transmission devices or electronic media such as mobile, pagers, laptops etc

  3. isha says:

    hi can you help mr to knoe how to enroll in mp state bar council and also give me procedure to enroll. is there any way to apply online for enrollment in mp state bar council

  4. V.sivasankaran says:

    poulomi nag :
    open book exam means you are allowed to carry books, notes, any study materials,even the hand written notes is allowed to carry but you are not allowed to take any radio transmission devices or electronic media such as mobile, pagers, laptops etc

    poulomi nag :
    open book exam means you are allowed to carry books, notes, any study materials,even the hand written notes is allowed to carry but you are not allowed to take any radio transmission devices or electronic media such as mobile, pagers, laptops etc

  5. pooja says:

    I have inrolled in Bar Council Of Maharastra, this year, I have completed my three year law in Bihar, my session was 2007 – 2010, due to medical problems I didn’t appeared in final year exam and completed my final year in the next session. I recieved my final degree in 2012. is this mandatory for me too to clear All India Bar exam when my academic session was 2007 – 2010. According to said rule it is needed for whom who are 2010 onward in session. kindly suggest I am confused what should I do ?

  6. RAJAT RANJAN says:

    all india bar exam pass karne ke baad kya all india main pratice kiya ja sakta hai?

  7. SRIKANTH says:

    I have qualified AIBE-11 exam but COP yet to release. So in the mean time, can i start practice on the basis of already qualified the exam.

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