AIBE (XVI) 2021 Exam Pattern: Exam Mode, Marking Scheme & Test Day Instruction

AIBE exam pattern 2021 is decided by the Bar Council of India. The AIBE exam date 2021 will take place on 25th April 2021 through offline mode. The exam will be 3 hours and 30 minutes long. The AIBE exam will be conducted in 11 different languages so, the students can choose any one from the given options. The paper will consist of Multiple Choice Questions worth 100 marks. The AIBE exam do not have any provision of negative marking. There will be 4 different question paper codes. The candidate must make sure that the OMR sheet also has the same code. The candidate needs to choose any 3 options from the test center choices.

In this article, we will discuss about the AIBE exam pattern 2021 and other relevant information. We will discuss about the AIBE Exam Pattern, test centers, language options etc., in the article given below.

AIBE 2021 Exam Pattern

  • The AIBE exam will take place through offline mode.
  • The candidates will have to record their answers in the OMR sheet given to them.
  • There will be 4 paper codes and the OMR sheet given to the students must have the same code.
  • There is no provision of negative marking in this exam.
  • Attempting all the questions is compulsory for all the candidates.
  • The test will be conducted in 11 different languages.
  • The candidates need to choose the language of exam while filling the AIME application form.
AIBE exam modeOffline (Pen and Paper) mode
Total duration of exam3 hours 30 minutes
Total questions100
Types of questionsMultiple Choice Type
Language of paper11 languages
Total marks100 marks
Marking schemesFor correct answer- 1 mark For incorrect answer- 0 mark For un-attempted questions- 0 marks

AIBE 2021 Syllabus

Administrative lawIndian panel code
Alternative dispute Redressal including arbitration actIntellectual properties law
Code of civil procedureLabour and industrial laws
Constitutional lawLand acquisitions act
Criminal procedure codeLaw of contract, specific relief, properties laws, negotiable instrument act
Cyber lawLaw of tort, including motor vehicle act and consumer protection law
Environmental lawLaw related to taxation
Evidence actProfessional ethics and cases of professional misconduct under BCI rules
Family lawPublic interest litigation

AIBE Exam Language Options

  • Hindi
  • English
  • Telugu
  • Tamil
  • Kannada
  • Marathi
  • Bengal
  • Gujrati
  • Oriya
  • Assamese
  • Punjabi

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AIBE Test Centers

Test cities for AIBE
BokaroNew delhi
GuwahatiSawantwadi (Panaji center changed)

ABIE Exam Day Instructions

  • The candidate must reach the exam center 1 hour before the exam time.
  • The candidates will not be allowed inside the exam center once, the exam starts.
  • The candidates must carry their AIBE admit card and photo-identity card to the exam center.
  • The candidate must remember to choose 1 language from the given option while filling AIBE application form.
  • The candidate must not carry any banned items inside the exam center.
  • The candidates must make sure that they are seated on the seat given by the invigilator.
  • It is important to maintain proper discipline inside the exam center.
  • The candidate must listen to all the instructions given by the invigilator and follow them strictly.


How many times does AIBE takes place in a year?

The AIBE exam is an annual exam so it takes place once a year.

When will the AIBE application form close?

The registration process will be over on 22nd March 2021 and the application forms will close on 31st March 2021.

How many questions will be asked in the AIBE 2021?

There will be 100 questions worth 100 marks in the exam.

What is the AIBE exam pattern?

The exam will take place through offline mode and the question paper will contain Multiple Choice Questions. 

What is the AIBE cut off for the exam?

The General/ OBC category need to secure 40% marks and the SC/St candidates need to secure 35% marks.

Is there negative marking in AIBE exam?

No, there is no negative marking in the exam so, the candidates do not have to fear losing exam.

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