AIBE XVIII (18) Eligibility Criteria 2023: Age Limit, Qualification

Hafsha Qureshi
Hafsha Qureshi

Updated on - Jan 6, 2024

AIBE XVIII (18) eligibility criteria 2023 is set by the Bar Council of India. Candidates must have a 5-year/3-year LLB degree to apply for the exam. Only eligible candidates will be issued admit cards and allowed to attempt AIBE XVIII (18) 2023.

Know More: AIBE XVIII (18) Exam Pattern 2023

Based on the AIBE eligibility criteria, there is no upper age limit to appear for the exam. Candidates are advised to go through the AIBE XVIII (18) syllabus 2023.

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AIBE XVIII (18) Eligibility Criteria 2023 Highlights

The important details regarding eligibility for AIBE exam criteria 2023 are in the table below - 

AIBE XVIII (18) Eligibility Criteria 2023
Nationality The candidate has to be an Indian citizen.
Qualification The candidate has to hold a Bachelor of Law (LLB) degree.
Profession The candidate has to be a registered advocate with the State Bar Council.

AIBE XVIII (18) Eligibility Criteria 2023

A candidate has to attempt AIBE XVIII (18) exam within 2 years of completing their Law degrees in order to obtain a certificate to practice. AIBE exam eligibility 2023 is elaborated below.


AIBE XVIII (18) 2023 candidate has to be an Indian citizen.

AIBE Exam Age Limit

There is no prescribed upper AIBE exam age limit for writing the exam. 

AIBE XVIII (18) Educational Qualification

For AIBE exam qualification candidates are required to hold a Bachelor of Law (LLB) degree (either 3 years or 5 years). No minimum percentage is required in the qualifying examination to appear for AIBE XVIII (18) 2023 Exam.

  • Marks Requirement: No minimum percentage is required to be eligible for AIBE XVIII (18) 2023.

AIBE XVIII (18) Professional Requirements

It is required that the candidate is a registered advocate professional with any State's Bar Council to satisfy the eligibility criteria for AIBE XVIII (18) 2023.

  • Proof: The candidates are required to submit suitable proof to enroll for AIBE XVIII (18) 2023 examination. Candidates are eligible to apply if they have enrolled as an advocate under Section 24 of the Advocates Act 1961.

AIBE XVIII (18) Eligibility Criteria 2023: Number of Attempts

There are no restrictions on the number of times a candidate can appear for the All India Bar Examination. Candidates are eligible to write AIBE XVIII (18) 2023 examination any number of times.

Note: Even if the candidate has satisfied/completed all formalities related to the application but is found not complying with the eligibility criteria, their admission will be cancelled.

The candidates have to prepare according to AIBE XVIII (18) 2023 syllabus to efficiently understand the concepts and applications of different Laws in the context of AIBE XVIII (18) 2023. 

AIBE Exam Eligibility: Physically Challenged Candidates

The Bar Council has not provided any set of rules for the eligibility criteria for physically challenged candidates, although candidates must provide a PwD certificate during the registration process.

Candidates claiming as physically challenged will be provided an extra time for the completion of exam, and they must be careful during the registration process, and upload all the relevant documents. 

AIBE XVIII (18) Eligibility for Obtaining COP

The All India Bar Examination will declare the candidate as qualified for the AIBE XVIII (18) exam only when the test takers have scored minimum marks in the AIBE exam. For qualified candidates, a Certificate of Practice (COP) will be issued.

The minimum marks to be scored by the candidate are based on the categories to which they belong. The general category candidates must score a minimum of 40% out of the total score, while the reserved categories must score 35% out of the total score to declare as qualified in the AIBE exam.

AIBE XVIII (18) Application Form 2023

AIBE XVIII (18) application form 2023 was released by the Bar Council on the official website at Candidates are advised to go through the AIBE XVIII (18) eligibility criteria before registering for exam.

AIBE XVIII (18) Exam Centre 2023

AIBE XVIII (18) exam centre has been provided by the exam conducting body on the official website. During the registration process candidates are advised to choose the AIBE XVIII (18) exam centre based on their convenience. AIBE XVIII (18) exam has been postponed to be condducted on Dec 10, 2023.


What is the AIBE XVIII (18) Eligibility Criteria 2023?

Candidates who have completed 3-year or 5-year LLB program from an institute recognized by BCI is eligible to appear for AIBE 2024.

What is the age limit for AIBE XVIII (18) 2023 exam?

According to the AIBE XVIII (18) eligibility criteria 2023 set by the council, there is no upper age limit to apply for the exam.

Who is exempted from AIBE exam?

Advocates who obtained the LLB degree before 2010 are exempted from taking AIBE XVIII 2023 exam.

How many attempts for AIBE exam?

There is no fixed number of times to take up AIBE XVIII (18) exam 2023. Candidates are free to take up any number of times.

Can a final year degree candidates apply for AIBE XVIII (18) exam?

According to the AIBE XVIII (18) Eligibility Criteria 2023, the final year candidates are also eligible to apply for the exam.


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