AIBE Admit Card 2020 Released, Download AIBE 15 Admit Card 2020 At

The Bar Council of India (BCI) has released the AIBE admit card 2020. The AIBE XV admit card 2020 was released on December 25 in online mode at Candidates who have registered for the exam can download the admit card of AIBE (All India Bar Examination) on the official website. One should enter their registration number and date of birth to download AIBE 15 admit card 2020. The Council has also released AIBE admit card 2020 along with COVID-19 guidelines. Check complete details about AIBE admit card 2020 below.


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AIBE Admit Card 2020 Released

AIBE Admit Card 2020

ExamAll India Bar Exam (AIBE)
Organiser Bar Council of India (BCI)
Edition 15 (AIBE-XV)
AIBE Admit Card 2020 Date December 25, 2020
AIBE Exam Date 2020January 24, 2020

How To Download AIBE 15 Admit Card 2020

  • Visit the official website of AIBE XV (15) -
  • Find the "Admit Card (AIBE - XV) on the homepage.
  • All India Bar Examination - XV admit card 2020 page will open.
  • Enter the login credentials such as registration number and date of birth.
  • Submit the details.
  • AIBE XV (15) admit card 2020 will be displayed on the screen.
  • Download AIBE 2020 admit card and take a printout of the same.

Download AIBE-XV (15) Admit Card 2020

Aspirants are advised to read all the exam instructions printed on AIBE exam admit card 2020 meticulously. BCI has also released COVID-19 guidelines along with AIBE 15 admit card 2020. In case of any discrepancy in AIBE admit card 2020, candidates can contact AIBE at or helpline numbers - 9804580458, 011-49225022 and 011-49225023.

The official website reads, "This is to inform all the candidates appearing for AIBE-XV that a new center location, i.e., Gwalior has been added to the list of centers."

AIBE Exam Pattern

The AIBE is an open book examination and candidates have to answer a total of 100 objective type questions. It tests the candidate's analytical abilities and basic knowledge of the law. The duration of the exam is 3 hours and 30 minutes. There is no negative marking.

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