The AIBE 2019 application form will be available in the online mode only. The candidates will be able to begin filling their application form from the 3rd week of May 2019. Any candidate who has completed the graduation after July 01, 2010 can fill the application form for the All India Bar Examination Candidates must fill the application form for AIBE 2019 very carefully. The students must note that they must fill the application form very carefully so that its free of error. But, the students who want to make any sort of improvements in the registration form will be able to do so. On the official website, the candidates can have a look at the below article to understand the complete Application procedure. After filling the details in the application form, the students will have to pay the application fee and enter the candidates has to log in and upload the details and complete the registration process.
AIBE 2019 Application Form
Those candidates who want to make any sort of improvements in their application form will be able to make the corrections in the application form. The students will have to send a mail on [email protected] Candidates can have a look at the tentative dates for the exam. The students are informed that the below-mentioned dates are as per the previous year but the dates are expected to remain the same for AIBE 2019.
Important Dates for AIBE 2019 Application Form
|AIBE 2019 Registration||Important Dates|
|Online Registration Begins from||2nd week of June 2019|
|Last day to complete the registration||3rd week of May 2019|
|last day to pay the challan||3rd week of May 2019|
|last date to complete the online form||3rd week of May 2019|
|Last date to complete the incomplete form||4th week of May 2019|
Application form: The application form will be available on the official website allindiabarexamination.com
How to Do the AIBE 2019 Registration
Completing the AIBE 2019 Registration is a 9 step procedure. The students who want to appear for the AIBE 2019 exam can have a look at the below steps to apply.
Step 1 – Registration
Click on the link that will be provided on this page. The candidates will be directed to the official website. Now the candidates have to enter the details such as the Name, Email ID, Mobile Number, State, Year of enrollment.
Next, the students will have to complete the registration process and make sure that they enter the right details.
Step 2 – Upload Images
Now the students will have to upload the required documents such as the Photograph and Signatures. Students must make sure that they upload a clear photograph in the appropriate size and format.
Lastly, the students will have to accept the Deceleration and ‘Save’ the submitted details. The students can check the below list of documents that have to be uploaded by the students in the inital stage of registration.
a)Advocate ID card (if issued by State Bar Council)
b) Enrollment Certificate
c) Scanned photo & signature
d) Category Certificate (if applicable)
e) Disability certificate (if applicable)
Step 3 – Log in to the account
To complete the registration, the students will have to enter the details such as the following
- Personal Information
- Education, and Enrollment Details
- Candidate Type & Disability Information
- Center Choice
- Choice of Question Paper Language
Step 4: After the students submit the above details they have to check their Email ID for the login ID and the password.
Step 5: Now the students have to log in and click on the print challan tab.
Step 6: After the candidates click on the print challan button they will be shown the challan. The studnets can take a printout of the same and after 24 Hrs students will be able to make the payment at any SBI branch through the printed challan.
Challan Fee/Application Fee
- Application Fee – Rs 3500 – Gen
- Application Fee for SC/ST – Rs 2500
Step 7: Make sure to Retain sealed & signed Candidate copy of challan after paying the fee.
Step 8: Next the students will have to log in to their account again and upload the challan and provide the details such as the journal number, branch code & date of challan from your challan
Step 9: Lastly, the candidates have to check each and every detail in the application form and take a printout of the same for your reference. However, no students has to send the copy of the application form via post or email to the Bar Council of India.
How to Make Corrections in the Registration Form?
Those students who want to make corrections in their registration form because of any mistakes in the application form will be able to make corrections. The candidates can do this through the correction window that becomes available to the students very soon. To make the corrections, the students have to send their changes in the application form along with the registration number to [email protected] The candidates must make sure that they make the changes in their application form before the issuance of the Admit Card. In the previous year, rectifications of the students who wanted to make the changes in the application form after the issuance of the Admit Card were sent to the council for approval.
Important Instruction for the Candidates
- Candidates need to have the advocate ID Card at the time of registration.
- The students have to upload all the documents including the photograph, signature and the enrollment certificate on the official website.
- The candidates have to self-attest the documents and the unattested documents will get rejected
- Any wrong information submitted or uploaded can get rectified through mailing the right info at [email protected] before the admit card is released.
- Any request for changes received after the admit card is released will be sent to the Council for approval.
- Since the complete procedure is online, there is absolutely no need to send any of your documents via post.
- The candidates belonging to the SC/ST category must make sure that they upload their reservation certificate on the official website to get the relaxation in Fee.
- In case the candidate does not provide the required documents, his application will get rejected and the registration fee shall not be refunded.
- Candidates having any special disability such as blindness or amputated arms will have to upload a self-attested copy of their disability certificate.
Frequently Asked Questions
Below is the list of Answered FAQ’s which the students must take a look at. Candidates can also ask more questions in the comment section below and we will get back to you with a solution.
Q – Who can apply for the All India Bar Examination? Is there anything that I need to apply?
Ans – You’ll have to take the All India Bar Examination if you have graduated from 2009-10 onwards to practice law in India. However, If you have enrolled as an advocate, then only you can apply for the AIBE.
Q – If in the final year of my law school I fail, can I still appear for the AIBE exam?
Ans – You have to complete all course requirements for all subjects and enroll with the State Bar Council to be eligible to apply.
Q – How to apply and appear for the AIBE exam?
Ans – The application forms will be available at all the offices of the state bar councils. However, students can also apply online on the official website of AIBE. The detailed application process will be shared by the Bar Council on the official website.
Q – Do I have to wait till I undertake the All India Bar Council Examination to enroll?
Ans – No, you have to, in fact, enroll first to appear for the AIBE.
Q – Are there any benefits offered to the SC/ST advocates if they appear for the AIBE?
Ans – No.
Q – Does failure in the All India Bar Examination hamper my scope for higher legal studies?
Ans – The AIBE exam is just required to be cleared to practice law in India. However, the institution that you’d be applying for higher studies would best access the effect of the AIBE result on higher legal studies.
Q – Any recommended books for the AIBE?
Ans – The AIBE will test you on the basis of the knowledge already gained during the graduation. However, a preparatory study material will be sent to you once you have applied for the AIBE exam. There are no separate charges for the preparatory material.