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All India Bar Exam AIBE Syllabus

13 June 2010 6 Comments


AIBE is a compulsory test which has to be given by all the law students graduating from the year 2009-2010 onwards. It is important for them in order to practice law. This tests the student’s analytical abilities & knowledge of law. Also it tests the capability of graduate to practice law in India. This will be conducted for the first time in 2010 in the month of December.

AIBE Syllabus : The syllabus of AIBE will be prescribed by the Bar Council of India which is similar as that in 3 yrs. & 5 yrs. LL.B. programs at law schools in India.
There are 20 subjects in AIBE which are divided under two categories. The subjects under categories are as follows -

S.NO. CATEGORY I SUBJECTS NO. OF QUESTIONS
1. Alternative Dispute Resolution 7
2. Civil Procedure Code & Limitation Act 7
3. Constitutional Law 7
4. Contract Law including Specific Relief, special Contracts & Negotiable Instruments 7
5. Criminal Law : The Indian Penal Code 7
6. Criminal Procedure 7
7. Drafting, Pleading & Conveyancing 7
8. Evidence 7
9. Jurisprudence 7
10. Professional Ethics & the Professional Code of Conduct for Advocates 7
11. Property Law 7
S.NO. CATEGORY II SUBJECTS
12. Administrative Law
13. Company Law
14. Environmental Law
15. Family Law
16. Human Rights Law
17. Labour & Industrial Law
18. Law of Tort including Motor Vehicle Accidents & Consumer Protection Law
19. Principles of Taxation Law
20. Public International Law

From this category, there will be 23 questions which includes questions from at least 5 subjects.

AIBE will be in 9 languages. This are Hindi, English, Bengali, Gujarati, Oriya, Telgu, Marathi, Kannada & Tamil. The candidate can choose according to their convenience & study material will be based on the chosen language only.



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6 Comments »

  • sony kumar said:

    NEEDLESS EXAMINATION FROM BCI.PRE-EXAMINTION FOR ENTERING LL.B IS THE BEST SOLUTION.

  • k.b.o said:

    K.B.O.
    this eaxm. is very need ful for law profession.to upliftment of law profession this exam way is very good. those person who wants to advocate in such manner . they know what is law and what law importants in society. BCI can do so for improvement of law profession.This is now right way.

  • Pradeep Bartakke said:

    AIBE wasting valuable time of law graduates. law course also is much longer. I think AIBE is way to discourage and harrash youth.

  • Dhawesh said:

    AIBE has been announced but still no materials for study have received by advocates who have already applied for the bar examination 2010, it wiill be very difficult to study the whole twenty subjects within one month so bar council of india must take this point into consideration & should take some necessary measures.

  • Rohit Pagaria said:

    This will help in eradicating the ‘bad’ set of the chunk..The marks will also help in applying fora job in the future . helps in brushing up basics… THUMBS UP…

  • RAJAT GOEL said:

    NO NEED OF THIS EXAMINATION FROM BCI.PRE-EXAMINTION FOR ENTERING LL.B IS THE BEST SOLUTION. STUDENTS HAVE TO SUFFER..

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