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GENERAL OVERVIEW

  • In a recent notification from Bar Council of India, in All-India Bar Examination there won’t be any books, notes or study material found in the Examination Hall.
  • However, individuals are allowed to carry Bare Acts without any notes whatsoever.
  • The notification stated as follows “This is to notify that All India Bar Examination-XVI (AIBE-XVI) onwards, no books, notes, or study material will be allowed in the Examination Hall. Candidates can carry bare acts without notes” 

WHAT IS AIBE? 

  • This is an examination held under the ambit of Bar Council of India to test the abilities and critical thinking skills of a law graduate.
  • It is an open book exam, to analyze the basic understanding of law as a subject.
  • This exam is held twice a year and it is mandatory for all the law graduates to pass this exam in order to practice law as an advocate 

WHY SUCH BARRING OF NOTES? 

  • Though the reason of such a sudden notice is not very clear but experts suspect some important aspects which may have led to such a notification.
  • Some opinions are referring to increasing the level of difficulty, getting adapted to the one-click generation and presenting a higher level of understanding in the law background. 

WHAT ARE YOUR VIEWS ON IT? IS BCI BEING RANDOMLY VIGILANT? OR IS IT SOMETHING GREATER? LET US KNOW IN THE COMMENT SECTION!!

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