AIBE XVI (16) Result 2021 - Download Here, Qualifying Marks, Certificate of Practice

AIBE XVI (16) Result 2021 - Download Here, Qualifying Marks, Certificate of Practice

AIBE XVI (16) Result 2021 - The Bar Council of India (BCI) will release the result of AIBE (XV) 2021 tentatively in November. The AIBE XVI (16) 2021 result will be available at allindiabarexaminaiton.com. Candidates will have to use roll number/registration number and date of birth to check the AIBE result 2021. Candidates who qualify in AIBE XVI (16) 2021 will be issued a Certificate of Practice (CoP) by the BCI.

Latest Updates for AIBE

  • 11 Oct 2021:

    AIBE XVI 2021 Exam Date Announced; to be conducted on October 31. To check the full details - Click Here

  • 18 Aug 2021:

    AIBE XVI (16) 2021 registration deadline extended to October 15; fee payment last date also extended. To register - Click here

  • 14 Jun 2021:

    AIBE XV (15) 2020 result for candidates who have opted for Re-check has been declared - Check here

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Candidates will be able to check their AIBE qualification status in the result. However, the total marks secured by the candidates in AIBE XVI (16) 2021 will not be disclosed. The council also gives an opportunity to the candidates to submit a rechecking request in case they have failed to qualify in the examination. Read the complete article below to learn more about AIBE XVI (16) result 2021, minimum qualifying marks, rechecking process more.

AIBE XVI (16) result 2021 - Important dates

Event

Dates

AIBE XVI examination

October 31, 2021

Result

November 2021 (Expected)

How to check AIBE XVI (16) result 2021

Candidates may follow the steps mentioned below to access the result of AIBE 2021.

  • Visit the official website AIBE XVI (Alternatively, the direct link will be provided in this article)

  • Click on the result link given in the notification section

  • Login using roll number/registration number/mobile number and date of birth

  • The AIBE XVI (16) result will be displayed on the screen

  • Save and download the result for future reference

Details mentioned in AIBE XVI (16) result 2021

  • Name of the candidate

  • Enrollment number

  • Result status (pass /qualified or fail)

  • Name of father/husband

  • Candidate’s roll number

  • Photograph and signature of the candidate

AIBE XVI (16) 2021 result - Minimum cut off marks

All India Bar Examination is a qualification based exam. With AIBE, candidates are tested for their ability to understand the basic legal knowledge and skills required for practising law. Hence, candidates scoring above a certain threshold are considered qualified for obtaining a Certificate of Practice (CoP) which is issued by the apex law body - Bar Council of India. The minimum marks required for qualifying AIBE are given below.

AIBE XVI (16) cut off 2021

Category

Minimum marks (Out of 100)

Minimum passing percentage

General

40

40%

SC and ST

35

35%

AIBE result 2021 - Rechecking of answer sheets

The BCI allows the candidates to request re-checking of the answer sheet. The AIBE answer sheet rechecking can be requested in both online and offline mode.

Online rechecking of AIBE XVI (16) answer sheet

The council will provide a link for candidates who want to apply for online rechecking of AIBE answer sheet. However, only candidates whose result status shows "Fail" could apply for rechecking process.

The online rechecking process of AIBE answer sheet is given below.

  • Candidates will have to fill the online application for AIBE rechecking of answer sheets.
  • Rechekcing fees will be Rs 200.
  • Candidates who are willing to check their AIBE XVI (16) 2021 answer sheets themselves will be required to book a time slot online mode.
  • Such candidates will have to visit the BCI office as per the allotted schedule. The schedule for rechecking will be informed to the candidates after the council receives their application.
  • Candidates will not be given the xerox of the answer sheets and answer key under any circumstances.
  • The candidates will be informed about their re-checking results within 7 working days after the request for re-evaluation is registered.

Offline rechecking of AIBE XVI (16) 2021

The BCI will release the rechecking form on its official website. In offline mode, candidates will have to send the filled in re-checking application form in the attached format along with a demand draft amounting to Rs. 200, in favour of the Bar Council of India payable at New Delhi.

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Can I retake the AIBE exam if I fail to qualify AIBE XVI 2021?

  • The AIBE exam is typically conducted once every year; however, in some cases, the exam is conducted more than once (up to two times a year).
  • Number of attempts: A candidate is allowed to appear in the AIBE exam as many times as is required to qualify in the exam.
  • So, if you failed to qualify in AIBE 2021, don't fret.
  • The best thing to do will be to sit down and analyze the reasons for your failure. After loopholes are identified, make a plan to work on these areas. Also, ensure you have the best collection of books because unless the reference material is up to the mark, you will struggle to get the desired result.
  • If you haven't yet started solving sample and previous years' AIBE question papers, make it an integral part of your preparation.
  • Criteria: The only criteria for appearing in the AIBE exam is that the candidate must be a 3-year or 5-year LLB graduate and must be enrolled with a state bar council.
  • Age limit: There is no age limit for appearing in the exam; so you can sit in the exam as many times it is required to qualify.

Why is AIBE XV(16) 2021 result important?

For practising law in India, clearing AIBE is very important. Successful candidates will be issued the Certificate of Practice (COP) which is a prerequisite for practising law. As per the BCI rules, those completing law graduation after 2009-10 must pass the AIBE for practising law in any court of law established in India. The Certificate of Practice thus sets the minimum standard for lawyers. The Bar Council of India will send the COP to all successful candidates by post.

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What if I do not receive my Certificate of Practice (COP)?

You will receive the COP soon after the result declaration. If you didn’t receive the COP even after the result declaration, you can contact the authorities and raise your concern. In the meantime, you can use the AIBE result XV(16) 2021 as a provisional certificate for practising law.

AIBE XVI (16) 2021 Helpdesk

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AIBE contact numbers for general queries

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