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All India Bar Examination (AIBE) XVII results declared

All India Bar Examination (AIBE) XVII results declared

The Bar Council of India (BCI) has announced the All India Bar Examination (AIBE) XVII results today on the official website allindiabarexamination.com. To access the results, the candidate has to enter the login details i.e. User ID and Password issued during registration for AIBE-XVII.

Candidates will be able to download the All India Bar Examination Result on the official website – allindiabarexamination.com 

The delay by the BCI “is jeopardizing the right of the Petitioner to practice as an Advocate and affecting her livelihood”, the plea filed by the advocate states.

“The right to livelihood is one of the facets of the right to life guaranteed under Article 21 of the Constitution of India. The life of the person would be miserable if he is unable to earn his livelihood and therefore the right to earn by engaging in the profession in exercise of the right to practice a profession as enshrined in 19(1)(g) cannot be curtailed or restricted unreasonably.” The petitioner has stated in her plea.

AIBE XVII was conducted on February 5 this year. According to the BCI, the examination was successfully conducted by paper and pen mode across 53 cities and 261 centres with technology-enabled monitoring and confidentiality processes to ensure fair exam practice and that no impersonation takes place.

1,71,402 Advocates appeared for the examination, which is double the number of Advocates who appeared for the last AIBE.

On the day of the examination, the BCI released a provisional answer key on its website. However, on 20th April 2023, more than two and a half months later, the BCI issued a notification with the final answer key. The notification issued on 20th April also stated that the results will be declared soon, but no date had been specified for the same.


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