The AIBE (XIV) 2020 program is provided by the examining authority. AIBE is administered by the Council of Bars and Law Societies of India (BCI). BCI provides the “Certificate of Practice” to eligible candidates after passing the AIBE examination (XIV).
The examination is carried out for candidates who have passed the degree of law and want to practice within the field of law. The written examination is organized in forty cities across the country in eleven different languages. Candidates will consult here the entire syllabus of AIBE (XIV) 2020.
AIBE 2020 Syllabus:
In the AIBE exam (XIV), queries of different subjects related to the various laws are asked. Candidates should go through the entire program to urge a good score on the examination. Before preparing for the examination, candidates should verify the complete program prescribed by the official authority.
Then, understanding the program may be a very important factor in getting good grades. Candidates are invited to go to the program and study each subject of every topic. Candidates will get the AIBE to admit card 2020 solely through on-line mode from the web site. There’ll be no other mode to urge the admit card.
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AIBE (XIV) Syllabus 2020:
The queries are taken from nineteen subjects. Candidates may also go through the previous year question papers to cover the syllabus. These subjects are divided into 2 classes, i.e. category-I and category-II. Category-I can contain seven queries and Category-II can contain twenty-three queries. From below, given table candidates can check the entire syllabus.
|Topic/Subject||Number of Queries|
|I.P.C (Indian Penal Code)||8|
|Cr.P.C (Criminal Procedure Code)||10|
|Intellectual Property Laws||2|
|Alternative Dispute Redressal including Arbitration Act||4|
|C.P.C (Code of Civil Procedure)||10|
|Public Interest Litigation||4|
|Professional Ethics & Cases of Professional Misconduct
under BCI rules
|Law related to Taxation||4|
|Labour & Industrial Laws||4|
|Law of Tort, including Motor Vehicle Act and Consumer
|Law of Contract, Specific Relief, Property Laws, Negotiable
|Land Acquisition Act||2|