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  • Candidate who have paid the application fee can download their admit card for AIBE XVII
  • Candidates will also be allowed to carry copies of Bare Acts and Downloaded copies of Acts without notes but if such copies are not available then copies of bare acts with short notes/least notes will be allowed on the basis of prayer by some candidates

Dear Candidates, Please note that the result of the exam will be published on the basis of this final answer key. The Monitoring Committee Of BCI have thoroughly scrutinized and reviewed all the objections received from the candidates, and the final answer key has been prepared accordingly. Please download the revised answer keys.

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Important notification regarding AIBE-XVII

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Dear Candidates, We are pleased to inform you that the result of AIBE-XVII is now available to download. To access your result, please enter the login details i.e User ID and Password issued during registration for AIBE-XVII.

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Important Notification Regarding AIBE-XVII Result

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Important notifications regarding Re-checking of OMR sheet

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Important Notification Regarding Second Phase of Re-Checking

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Dear Candidates, Now you can apply for Re-checking of OMR Sheet

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Final notification for uploading Enrolment Certificate -AIBE XVII exam Details of candidates those result has been withheld due to enrolment certificate upload pending.

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Bar council of india


The statutory powers and functions of the BCI as conferred by means of the Advocates Act, 1961 as well as the BCI Rules are two fold;

First, to supervise the centres of legal education functioning all over the country and the students enrolled therein, inter-alia by laying down the standards of curriculum, standards of infrastructure, number and qualification of faculties, recognition of centres of legal education (Law Schools/Colleges) based upon the standards laid down by BCI and;

Secondly, to prescribe a uniform qualification for the admission of persons to be advocates and to further regulate the entry and over all conduct of Advocates in the profession by laying down standards of professional conduct and etiquettes for advocates.