AIBE - 2024

AIBE – (All India Bar Examination)

  All India Bar Examination is an examination conducted by Bar Council of India for law graduates willing to start practice of Lawyer. The candidate will be awarded certificate of practice after clearing the examination and is eligible to practice in any court in India. The exam is conducted in 53 cities of India in national and regional languages.


  AIBE candidates need to hold some minimum academic qualifications to be eligible to appear for the AIBE exam 2023. Students can check the details on prerequisite educational qualifications to write the AIBE exam given below. 

  Students need to have passed a 3-year law degree or a 5-year law degree from an institution of law that is recognized and approved by the Bar Council of India. 

   There is no minimum percentage that students are required to secure in their law school examinations to be eligible to appear for the AIBE exam. However, candidates need to have scored the minimum passing marks and fulfilled any other university-specific minimum requirements for graduation. 

  If a student has graduated from a foreign university, the law degree of the foreign university needs to be recognized in India in accordance with the rules for ‘Recognition of Degree in Law of a Foreign University’ prescribed by the Bar Council of India and its Legal Education Committee. 


Major topics

Constitutional Law

Indian Penal Code (IPC)

Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC)

Code of Civil Procedure (CPC)

Evidence Act

Alternative Dispute Redressal, including Arbitration Act

Family Law

Public Interest Litigation

Administrative Law

Professional Ethics & Cases of Professional Misconduct under BCI rules

Company Law

Environmental Law

Cyber Law

Labour & Industrial Laws

Law of Tort, including Motor Vehicle Act and Consumer Protection Law

Law related to Taxation

Land Acquisition Act

Intellectual Property Laws

Law of Contract, Specific Relief, Property Laws, Negotiable Instrument Act

Constitutional Law

A total of 10 questions are asked on this topic in the exam. The following are some of the essential topics under Constitution Law.

Salient Features of the Indian Constitution

Fundamental rights

Legislative process

Directive principle of state policy

Emergency powers


Indian Penal Code (IPC)

You can expect a maximum of 8 questions on this topic. Practising Important Questions for AIBE Exam will help enhance your preparation levels.

The questions are framed from the following topics in the AIBE exam.

General Principles of crime

Principles of criminal liability

Criminal act by several persons or groups (Section 34-38)

Offences affecting human life

Criminal trespass

Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC)

Under this topic, you can expect a maximum of 10 questions based on the following topics:

The introductory and pre-trial process

Salient features of the Juvenile justice

Salient features of the probation of offenders act

Criminal rules and practice

Code of Civil Procedure (CPC)

A total of 10 questions are asked from CPC in the exam. The  following topics are covered under the AIBE syllabus:

Difference between procedural law and substantive law

Suits in particular cases

Appearance and examination of parties such as discovery, inspection, and production of documents

Evidence Act

 The following sub-topics are covered under the AIBE Syllabus of the evidence act: the difference between substantive law and procedural law, central conceptions in the law of evidence, relevancy & admissibility of confessions, character evidence, etc.

Alternative Dispute Redressal, including Arbitration Act

In the AIBE exam, 4 questions are asked on this topic. The following sub-topics are covered under this topic in the AIBE exam syllabus.

Different dispute resolution methods, such as inquisitorial and adversarial, and other methods like arbitration, conciliation, negotiation, and mediation.

Family Law

A total of 8 questions are asked under the AIBE Family Law Syllabus. Under this subject, you should focus on topics like Hindu law, Hindu undivided family, inheritance & succession, and the law relating to the Hindu minority & guardianship.

Public Interest Litigation

The following sub-topics are covered under public interest litigation of the AIBE syllabus:

Concept of public interest litigation in India

Procedural law in the public interest litigation

Judicial Activism to public interest litigation act

Role of the judiciary in the enforcement of rights through public interest litigation and social action litigation

Administrative Law

You can expect three questions on this topic in the exam. You can focus on the following important sub-topics under administrative law to enhance your AIBE Exam Preparation.

Nature & scope of administrative law

The judicial power of administration

Corporations and public undertakings


Professional Ethics & Cases of Professional Misconduct under BCI rules

 The AIBE question paper includes four questions on this topic. The following are some of the topics covered under the AIBE Exam syllabus.

The legal profession and its responsibilities, the duty to the court, selected major supreme court judgments, and selected opinions of the Bar Council of India.

Company Law

A maximum of two questions are asked from this topic exam. It is essential to focus on the following topics:

The companies act of 1956


Issue of shares

SEBI Act, 1992

FEMA Act, 1999

Environmental Law

 The essential topics under environmental law are the idea of the environment, environmental policy & law, prevention and control of pollution, biological diversity & legal order, and the environment protection act of 1986.

Cyber Law

 The following are essential topics under cyber law: fundamentals of cyberspace, intellectual property issues, cyberspace, Indian penal law & cybercrimes, obscenity & pornography, change in Indian law, distal evidence, investigation & adjudication issues.

Labour & Industrial Laws

  A total of questions are asked on topics like the industrial disputes act of 1947, the trade unions act of 1926, labour welfare legislation, and the minimum wages act of 1948.

Law of Tort, including the Motor Vehicle Act and Consumer Protection Law

You can expect a maximum of 5 questions on this topic. The following topics are covered under this topic:

The general condition of liability in tort

Justification of tort

Remedies and damages

Personal capacity

Consumer protection act, 1986

Law related to Taxation

 The important topics under the AIBE syllabus are direct taxes, indirect taxes, customs, and duties.

A total of four questions are asked about taxation laws in the exam.

 Land Acquisition Act

  The topics covered under this topic include preliminary investigation, publication of the preliminary notification, payment of damages, declaration of intended acquisition, award by the collector, temporary occupation of land, and acquisition of land for companies.

Intellectual Property Laws

The topic covered under the intellectual property law of the AIBE syllabus includes the following:

Introductory aspects



Geographical indications

Indian copyright law

Law of Contract, Specific Relief, Property Laws, Negotiable Instrument Act

A maximum of eight questions are asked on the following topics: 

Validity, discharge, and performance of contract law

Remedies and quasi-contracts

Specific contract

Bailment and pledge

Doctrine of election

Exam Date



Exam conducting authority

Bar Council of India

Exam Name

AIBE 19th Exam 2024

AIBE 19th application Form 2024


AIBE 19 Exam Date 2024

April, 2024

Mode of Exam



All Over India

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