Anu Parthiban|Feb 6, 2023
AIBE XVII (17) 2023: BCI allows candidates to use Bare Acts without notes; Know rules here
BCI will be issuing the AIBE 17 admit card on January 30 on the official website, allindiabarexamination.com. Last date to edit e-admit card today.
NEW DELHI: The Bar Council of India (BCI) will allow candidates appearing in the All India Bar Examination (AIBE XVII) to use Bare Acts without notes.
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“Bare Acts without notes are allowed .In case of unavailability of Bare Acts without notes, Bare Acts with least short notes will be allowed subject to discretion of the Examiner/Invigilator,” the BCI official website read. Bare Acts are the exact text of a particular enactment by legislature, without interpretation.
In 2021, the BCI announced that the exam will not be an open book exam from the AIBE 16 exam. However, later that year the council took a decision to allow the use of short notes and comments in view of the difficulty faced by candidates in procuring Bare Acts without short comments from the market.
Candidates who have registered for AIBE 17 exam 2023 will be able to edit details of online AIBE admit cards by today. The BCI will be issuing the AIBE 17 admit card on January 30 on the official website, allindiabarexamination.com.
The AIBE XVII 17 exam is scheduled to be held on February 5, 2023, in offline mode. The BCI conducts All India Bar Examination to award Certificate of Practice (COP) for candidates who clear the exam.
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