Days after the announcement of the All India Bar Examination (AIBE), the examination body is allowing candidates who failed to pass their exam to recheck their AIBE 16 answer sheets. The AIBE has opened the window for re-checking the AIBE-XVI papers, the result of which was announced on 3 February.
Those who wish to have their papers checked again can apply online through the AIBE official website at http://allindiabarexamination.com/. The deadline to apply for the re-examination is February 14.
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To have their paper checked again, a candidate must book a time slot and visit the premises of the Order of India as per the allotted schedule. The candidates will be informed of the timetable as soon as the Bar Association has received their candidacy.
It should be noted that under no circumstances will candidates be provided with a photocopy of their answer sheet and answer key. In addition, only those candidates who have received their result as ‘Fail’ are eligible for the recheck.
AIBE 16 Result Re-check: How to apply?
Step 1: Visit the official website of All India Bar Examination.
Step 2: Look for the message ‘Recheck request for AIBE-XVI’.
Step 3: Now select ‘click here’ in the notification and proceed to apply.
Step 4: You will be redirected to a new page where you need to enter your roll number. for the exams.
Step 5: After entering the roll number, you will receive an OTP on your registered mobile number. This OTP is used to login.
Step 6: After login, candidates are required to pay a re-checking fee of Rs 200.
Step 7: After the re-check request has been successfully submitted, the candidate will be notified of the result of the re-check within 7 working days.
The 2021 AIBE-16 exam was conducted on October 31, 2021 and the result was announced on the official website on February 3rd. The purpose of the exam is to examine the ability of a lawyer to practice the profession of law in India.
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