Bar Council of India Postponed All India Bar Examination due to COVID19. The Bar Council of India has taken a decision to postpone All India Bar Examination (AIBE) which is scheduled for August 16, 2020 due to the increasing numbers of COVID19 cases across the country and frequent lockdowns to contain its spread. Besides postponement of the exam, BCI has also said that it had extended deadline for exam applications till August 30. Follow us to get daily updates.
AIBE, All India Bar Examination, is a national level exam conducted by Bar Council of India (BCI) with the objective of assessing the capability of advocates who want to practice law in India. AIBE 2020 is the qualifying examination to get the “Certificate of Practice” for the legal profession. AIBE is conducted in nearly 44 cities in 11 languages and candidates have the choice to take the examination in any one of the languages.
BCI’s chairperson Manan Kumar Mishra said that, “It was unanimously resolved separately in both joint meetings of the Bar Council of India with all State Bar Councils and with High Court Bar Associations respectively, that since the aim and object of the BCI and the State Bar Councils and the High Court Bar Associations are/is one and the same, i.e. to procure financial assistance and help the needy advocates, all State Bar Councils and the participating High Court Bar Associations would authorise BCI to represent themselves before the apex court”.
“Keeping in view the present pandemic (COVID-19)situation and frequent lockdown, increasing number of corona patients daily, the council has resolved to postpone the All India Bar Examination to be held on August 16 and it has further resolved to extend the date of receipt of applications from candidates till August 31 (for the present),” the resolution said.
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