AIBE XVII 2022: BCI Releases Syllabus of AIBE XVII (17), Check Subject-wise Syllabus Here
AIBE XVII (17) Exam 2022: BCI has released the AIBE XVII (17) syllabus 2022 today. There is no changes in the syllabus. All topics including the topic-wise distribution of questions are same. Check details here
AIBE XVII (17) Exam 2022: As per the latest updates, the Bar Council of India (BCI) has released the AIBE XVII (17) syllabus 2022 today on 17th August. As per the notification, no new topics have been added or no subject-wise weightage has been revised in the syllabus. All topics including the topic-wise distribution of questions in AIBE XVII (17) are unchanged.
In the updated AIBE XVII syllabus, there are 19 topics/subjects from which 100 multiple-choice questions will be asked. The AIBE 2022 syllabus helps a candidate identify the topics which are needed to prepare for the All India Bar Exam (AIBE). Moreover, the AIBE syllabus XVII (17) also include the topic-wise weightage, which helps candidates prepare key topics.
AIBE XVII (17) Syllabus 2022
Number of Questions
I.P.C (Indian Penal Code)
Cr. P.C (Criminal Procedure Code)
C.P.C (Code of Civil Procedure)
Alternative Dispute Redressal including Arbitration Act
Public Interest Litigation
Professional Ethics & Cases of Professional Misconduct under BCI rules
Labour and Industrial Laws
Law of Tort, including Motor Vehicle Act and Consumer Protection Law
Law related to Taxation
Law of Contract, Specific Relief, Property Laws, Negotiable Instrument Act
Earlier, the council had released a tender document for AIBE XVII (17) 2022, which mentions that the exam will be held in both pen and paper format and computer-based test (CBT) mode. In all previous editions of AIBE conducted so far, the mode of the exam was offline, pen and paper format. The exam will be conducted in English and 22 vernacular languages.
AIBE XVII (17) 2022
According to the council, around 90,000 to 100,000 candidates are expected to appear in the AIBE XVII (17) 2022. This time, the exam will be held on a single day and single shift. The AIBE XVII (17) will be held in 53 cities across the country. Clearing the AIBE exam is mandatory for law graduates who wish to practice law in India.
Law Graduates Out of Practice for More than five years have to clear AIB
Recently, the council has informed the Supreme Court that any law graduate who stays out of law practice for more than five years and seeks to return to advocacy will have to clear the AIBE exam. In an affidavit filed in the top court, the bar body said it has resolved that if a person takes up a job having no connection with legal or judicial matters, then such person will have to reappear for the AIBE exam.