AIBE (XIII) 13 Result 2019 Delayed; Can be announced anytime today

AIBE (XIII) 13 Result 2019 Delayed; Can be announced anytime today
Madhuwrita Nandi | Feb 26, 2019 - 11:40 a.m. IST
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New Delhi, February 26: The Bar Council of India has delayed the announcement of AIBE XIII (13) result 2019. The council was to announce the result on February 25, 2019 by 5:00 pm as per its official notification on its official website. However, no result has been announced by now nor any notification or reason for the delay has been intimated by the council. 

Nevertheless, it is expected that the result may be announced anytime soon today. 

AIBE XIII (13) 2019 was held on December 23, 2018 in offline mode. The examination is conducted by the Bar Council of India to offer the 'Certificate of Practice' to the qualified candidates thus making them eligible to practice in the court of law. 

Given below are the steps that candidates need to follow to check their result. 

  • Click on the official link to check AIBE XIII (13) 2019 result. 
  • Enter you roll number and date of birth. 
  • Click on the 'submit' button. 
  • Candidates will now see their results displayed on their screens. 
  • It is advised that they download the result, take a few printouts of it, and retain them for future purposes. 

Following are the details which will be mentioned in the result of AIBE XIII (13) 2019 - name of the candidate, roll number of the candidate, maximum marks, qualifying status of the candidate, scores obtained by the candidate. 

About AIBE 

All India Bar Examination is conducted by the Bar Council of India to the test the legal aptitude and knowledge of aspiring law practitioners. Candidates qualifying the test will be granted with the 'Certificate of Practice' making them eligible to practice in the court of law. 


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