New Delhi: The Bar Council of India has resolved to postpone the All India Bar Examination (AIBE). the decision has been made due to rising numbers of coronavirus patients across the country and frequent lockdowns to contain its spread.
The BCI, which is the regulator of legal education in the country, has also resolved to extend the date for receipt of applications from candidates till August 31.
Besides, the apex bar body has been authorized by the bar leaders across the country to represent lawyers before the Supreme Court in a writ petition against the Union of India seeking financial assistance and a soft loan of Rs 3 lakh each to needy lawyers.
AIBE is a national level exam meant to test a potential advocate who aspires to practice law.
For brief detail about the exams, visit the official website of the council at, www.allindiabarexamination.com (INDIAONLINE)