There is a good news for law graduates. The Bar Council of India has allowed the candidates who have filled forms for All India Bar Examination, to appear in the court by furnishing an undertaking to the state bar council.
To ensure standards of legal practitioners, The Bar council of India had decided to take an All India Bar Examination of all pass outs. It was made mandatory to clear the exam for the candidates to be able to appear in the court and practise as an advocate.
Earlier the date of examination was fixed on December 5 2010, but the exam is postponed to March 6, 2011.
The bar council have declared that the candidates who have filled up the forms for appearing in the All India Bar Examination will be permitted to appear in the court and directed them to wear the robes of advocates by furnishing an undertaking to the state bar council. BCI have directed all State Bar Councils to provisionally permit 2010 law graduates to practice law after accepting undertaking.