Sakunth Kumar Updated On: 16 Sep, 2019 08:24 IST
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AIBE (XIV) exam was successfully conducted on September 15, 2019, in more than 40 cities across the country. The AIBE 14 exam was conducted in offline (pen & paper mode), and the duration of the exam was three hours (10:00 AM to 1:00 PM). The question paper of AIBOE XIV had 100 MCQ-based questions on 19 law subjects, and the exam was conducted in 11 languages. Since AIBE 14 was an open book examination, candidates carried study materials, notes etc to the exam hall.
Candidates belonging to General and OBC category should score a minimum of 40% of marks in the AIBE 14 exam, while the cutoff mark for reserved categories such SC/ST should score a minimum of 35% of marks.
Based on the response and feedback received from students, CollegeDekho has made an analysis of AIBE 14 question paper.
Response 1: One of the students who appeared for the exam in Delhi indicated that the AIBE XIV question paper was confusing. Most of the candidates were unable to solve the questions, which were based on some landmark judgement. However, the overall question paper of AIBE XIV exam was good, and the candidates with good research might have answered the difficult questions too.
Response 2: Another student who appeared for the AIBE XIV exam in Delhi revealed that the difficulty level of the question paper was moderate. Majority of the questions in the AIBE 14 exam were based on case studies. One of the surprising element is that almost 18 questions in the AIBE XIV exam were from previous year question papers.
Response 3: One of the students who took the exam revealed that the question paper was as per expectations. She had carried a bag of books for reference, and it helped her in answering some caste study-related questions.
Response 4: A candidate from Jammu & Kashmir revealed that the question paper of AIBE 14 exam was a bit difficult. Candidates who are already involved in legal work. The question paper did not meet the expectations, as it was prepared in lawyers’ viewpoint but not students.
Response 5: The exam is very easy to clear, as most of the questions were based on case studies. There were questions on the Muslim Marriage Act, Hindu Marriage Act etc. Since there is no negative marking in the exam, it is easy to crack the same.