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Can’t download AIBE hall pass? BCI offers solution & increases bar exam centres to 59

The Bar Council of India (BCI) has published the full list of 59 All India Bar Exam (AIBE) test venues – increased from 44 venues in the first exam – and clarified that those examinees who have been unable to download their admit cards, could sit the exam after showing four documents.

The list of exam centres was published on the official AIBE website today and sets out 59 venues. The Delhi NCR region has only two venues at Amity Law School in Noida and ITM Law School in Gurgaon, while Mumbai has four test centres, and Bangalore only one. However, Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra boast eight centres each, more than any other state.

[Click here for full list hosted on AIBE website or PDF copy hosted by Legally India, in case AIBE servers become inaccessible again]

The last AIBE in January ran into minor trouble in Tamil Nadu again, as groups of lawyers were protesting the exam again.

The AIBE website also made further allowance for candidates who were unable to download their admit cards over the website, by allowing them to turn up at “the nearest centre” with proof of their application:

In case admit card is not found in the database due to any unavoidable reasons such as late or non receipt of form or incomplete form while the candidate has proof of application submission then please take out a print of the undertaking available here and reach the nearest center (refer to the Center List) along with:

1. Copy of the application form and

2. Bank challan copy and

3. State bar council enrollment number and

4. Valid ID proof

[Click here to download a copy of the undertaking from AIBE website / PDF copy hosted by Legally India]

The admit cards were first made available for download late on Tuesday, though some candidates have reported that they were unable to download it.

A new test pattern for the exam was announced late last week.

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