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Bar exam hall passes available Monday for shorter 3-hour exam: BCI

BCI: 30,000 admit cards on the way
BCI: 30,000 admit cards on the way

Breaking: The Bar Council of India (BCI) has promised that identification cards allowing All India Bar Exam (AIBE) candidates to enter the exam hall will be uploaded on Monday (3 December), while also confirming that the exam would be a three-hour open book exam - half-an-hour shorter than the first three exams.

The pass mark will continue to be 40 per cent, as in the first three exams with questions asked "only from the course which the candidates have studied in LL.B course".

After uploading a new model test paper and syllabus on Friday, which appeared to focus more heavily on general knowledge-style questions, and explaining in an interview that no preparatory materials would be made available by the regulator  this time, the BCI published the following announcement on its website today (2 December):

1. Admit card of eligible candidates will be available on the website of Bar Council of India i.e. www.barcouncilofindia.org from 3rd December, 2012 onwards.

2. The model question paper is already available on the website of Bar Council of India.

3. If (because of any reason) candidate does not get his admit card, he may reach to examination-centre at least 1 hour before schedule time of examination and may contact the examination in-charge of the centre. He should also carry identity-proof (such as Voter’s ID, Driving licence, identity card issued by Bar Council etc.).

4. If any person is found to create any sort of problem on the examination- centre, Bar Council of India will take stern actions or may initiate the case of professional misconduct against him.

5. No separate study material is provided by the Bar Council of India, the detail of syllabus is already available on the website of BCI.

6. Question will be asked only from the course which the candidates have studied in LL.B course.

7. The examination will be open book system, duration of examination will be 3 hours i.e. 11 AM-2PM. There shall be no negative marking; 40% is required for passing the exam.

8. In case, the candidate has no access to the website of Bar Council of India for his Admit-card, for his roll number, examination centre etc,, he may contact on the help- line number- 0120-4897900 OR he may contact the Local State Bar Council or the Hon’ble Member of Bar Council of India from that State. (contact the web-site of Bar Council of India.

9. The candidate who has provided e-mail or the mobile number(in his application form), admit cards are being sent on his email and roll numbers and name of centre through SMS also on his mobile.

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