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AIBE (17) 2022 to be held in PBT and CBT modes (AIBE) tender notification

Updated: Aug 3, 2022

AIBE (17) 2022 (AIBE) tender notification


AIBE (17) 2022 to be held in PBT and CBT modes. A new testing agency to hold AIBE examinations from now on, BCI will monitor and issue Certificate of Practice.




The Bar Council of India has released All India Bar Examination (AIBE) tender notification, and invites testing agencies to conduct the 17th edition of bar examination. In the notification, BCI has mentioned that AIBE VII (17) onwards, the exam needs to be conducted in an Online i.e. Computer-Based Test mode, as well as Offline i.e. Pen-paper test mode. Moreover, BCI indicated multiple shifts and exam days from the current session onwards. The exam authority has, however, not shared any information regarding the new/ changed exam pattern for AIBE XVII (17) 2022, syllabus, and exam dates, but it is expected to be out once the test agency is finalised.


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The Bar Council of India, through its Trust-Bar Council of India, Pearl First, is inviting Tenders to empanel/engage reputed and experienced Companies/Firms/Agency(ies) with experience in holding multifarious Pan India Exams for the holding of the All India Bar Examination conducted by the Bar Council of India in Centers all across India.


Scope of Work and Aims & Objectives of the Tender:


The All India Bar Exam shall be held by way of Pen & Paper mode as well as Computer Based Test (CBT) online mode and shall be conducted on Pan India Level in almost all States in India, in various Cities spread across the country. As per receipt of applications, which could be spread across 50 cities and 150 centers or more. The average number of candidates the exam can range from 500 to 1000 candidates per center. The total candidates expected to appear for the exam is approximately 90,000 to 1 lakh in a single day and single shift. The Centers must be of the "A" tier. For the purpose of conducting the exam, institutions with boundary walls and main gates, as well as necessary amenities like water, sanitation, toilets, CCTV, security, and online centres, should have computers and internet connectivity.


Preparing and printing the question papers, as per directions of the Committee Monitoring the exam, translating them from English into vernacular languages including 1) Assamese, (2) Bengali, (3) Gujarati, (4) Hindi, (5) Kannada, (6) Kashmiri (F) Konkani, (8) Malayalam, (9) Manipuri, (10) Marathi, (11) Nepali (12 Oriya, (13) Punjabi, (14) Sanskrit, (15) Sindhi, (16) Tamil, (17) Telugu, 18) Urdu (19) Bodo, (20) Santhali, (21) Maithili and (22) Dogri].”


Bar Council Of India vs Twinkle Rahul Mangaonkar on 21 April, 2022 (Read Full Case)

In a Supreme Court hearing held on April 21, 2022 with respect to Bar Council Of India vs Twinkle Rahul Mangaonkar & Ors, “It is stated that the last AIBE XVI exam was held in 2021 when the BCI directed that only bare acts without comments must be used by the candidates. What we expected was that the suggestions noted in our earlier order given by the learned Amicus Curiae and debated before us required urgent attention so that they can be incorporated in the next exam.”


Following this, BCI indicated a change in testing parameters of AIBE.


The next hearing for the case is on August 2, where BCI has to submit a report on actions taken after considering the suggestions made in the last hearing.


According to the notification, from AIBE VII (17) onwards, the exam must be conducted both online (computer-based test mode) and offline (pen-paper test mode).


Furthermore, beginning with the current session, BCI indicated multiple shifts and exam days.


The exam authority has not shared any information about the new/changed AIBE XVII (17) 2022 exam pattern, syllabus, or exam dates, but it is expected to be released once the test agency is finalised.





Read the following excerpts from the BCI notification issued on July 23:

“The Bar Council of India, through its Trust-Bar Council of India, Pearl First, is inviting Tenders to empanel/engage reputed and experienced Companies/Firms/Agency(ies) with experience in holding multifarious Pan India Exams for the holding of the Bar Council of India’s All India Bar Examination in Centers across India.”






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