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BCI marks AIBE XIV papers in record 9 weeks • Cryptic ‘complaints’ delay results in 9 centres

Record 2 months
Record 2 months

The Bar Council of India (BCI) had yesterday announced the results for the All India Bar Exam (AIBE) held on 15 September after just over two months in something of a record for the much-delayed exams and results; however, less promisingly, nine exam centre results have not been announced due to “complaints related to the examination”.

In a good sign that the process may be getting streamlined, it’s an improvement on last time, when the results had been published after just under three months in March 2019.

That said, this current 14th AIBE was originally announced to be held on 25 August 2019 but was postponed and actually held on 15 September.

Furthermore, exam results from the following nine exam centres have been withheld:

  • Center code-15 (Visakhapatnam)
  • Center code- 35 (Bhopal)
  • Center code-36 (Jabalpur)
  • Center code- 53 (Allahabad)
  • Center code- 54 (Allahabad)
  • Center code- 55 (Allahabad)
  • Center code- 56 (Allahabad)
  • Center code- 57 (Allahabad)
  • Center code- 58 (Allahabad)

Apparently, according to the BCI’s official AIBE website:

The matter relating to the concerned center/s is pending inquiry as per the direction of the Honorable Monitoring Committee due to complaints related to the examination held at the center/s. Therefore, the decision of the committee shall be updated and intimated later.

The BCI did not specify what kind of complaints those were.

If anyone is aware of the kinds of complaints that had been made, please let us know in the comments or Contact Us.

Notification of complaints at 9 centres
Notification of complaints at 9 centres

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