Instructions for Covid-19 positive students by the Bar Council of India


  • Covid-19 infected students will not be able to attempt AIBE examination on 24 January.

New Delhi: All India Bar Examinations commonly known as AIBE is going to be held on January 24. But before the examination, the Bar Council of India has given an important notification. The council notified the students who will be going to attempt AIBE exam on 24 January that if any student is not well or having corona symptoms or corona positive, then he or she will not be able to come into examination centre and attempt the test. Infact, those students have to mail their problem on council's mail ID Students have to send their corona positive report along their reason of inability to attempt the exam and carry forward their AIBE exam fee. Their problems will be concerned by the monitoring committee of council only after the AIBE CV (15) 2021.

The examination will be held through offline mode by taking care of all the precautions. The All India Bar Examinations commonly known as AIBE is a national level entrance exam for admissions in the practice of law held for law graduates or final year students. Students who qualifying this exam awarded a certificate of practice (COP) by the council. By qualifying this exam, students are able to practice in the court of law in India.