Shubham Bhakuni|Jan 19, 2022
AIBE XVI (16) 2021 answer key expected today; Here is how to download
The AIBE answer key 2021 will be available for all set codes. Questions booklets will also be released along with the answer keys.
NEW DELHI: The Bar Council of India (BCI) may release the answer key for AIBE XVI (16) 2021 today, November 5, 2021. Candidates will be able to download the answer key of AIBE 2021 from the official website - allindiabarexamination.com. Along with the answer key, the council will also announce the objection filing procedure.
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How to download AIBE XVI (16) answer key 2021
Visit the official website of the All India Bar Examination (AIBE)
Click on the answer key link given in the notification bar (Will be available soon)
Select your paper code and download the corresponding answer key and question booklet.
How to calculate marks using AIBE answer key 2021
To calculate the overall marks in AIBE XVI (16) 2021, candidates should use the official marking scheme. For each correct answer, one mark will be awarded. There is no negative marking in AIBE, therefore, no marks will be deducted for incorrect answers.
AIBE XVI (16) 2021: How to raise objections
Candidates who do not agree with the official answer key of AIBE 2021, will be allowed to submit their objections using the official helpdesk provided on the official website. Candidates will be given around one week to submit their objections.
AIBE result and final answer key
An expert panel of AIBE 16 will review all the objections raised by the candidates. In case of genuine objections, the BCI will modify the provisional answer key and announce the changes through an official notification. The result for AIBE XVI (16) 2021 will be announced shortly after the closing of the objection window.
The pen and paper-based AIBE XVI (16) 2021, was held on October 31, 2021. The exam was conducted in more than 50 cities across the country. It is a mandatory exam for law graduates who are required to pass the examination within two years of completing their graduation.
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