Shreya Sareen Updated On: 04 Dec, 2018 09:27 IST
AIBE XIII 2019 eligibility criteria has been announced by the Bar Council of India on September 26, 2018. The eligibility criteria for AIBE XIII is available online and it is significant for candidates who are looking to appear for AIBE 2019 as they should be aware of the same before proceeding to fill in the application form for AIBE XIII. By looking at the eligibility criteria, candidates will get access to all the information such as the minimum marks, age criteria and the academic qualifications and will also know their chances of appearing for AIBE XIII.
AIBE (All India Bar Examination) is held by the Bar Council of India (BCI) to asses a candidate’s skill and knowledge to practice in the court. This exam assesses the skills at a basic level and AIBE is seen as a minimum benchmark for practicing in the court. It measures a candidate’s basic law knowledge and analytical abilities. Once a candidate qualifies AIBE XIII 2019, they will be awarded a Certificate of Practice by BCI. AIBE written examination will take place through the offline mode in many cities of India.
Prior to applying for AIBE XII 2018, all candidates should be aware of the AIBE eligibility criteria set by the Bar Council of India. It is compulsory for all the candidates to fulfill the eligibility norms to become eligible to take the exam. As part of the eligibility conditions, candidates will have to meet all the requirements related to Nationality, Education Background, Age Criteria, etc. Following is the eligibility criteria of AIBE XII 2018:
Enrollment with State Bar Council
Age Criteria and Number of Attempts
Candidates appearing for AIBE 2019 XIII need to understand the criteria as it is very important and they will know what chances they have before completing all the admission formalities. If a candidate is unable to fulfill the eligibility criteria, then his/her admission will be cancelled at a later stage. Therefore, it is advisable to go through the eligibility criteria as prescribed by the Bar Council.