AIBE All India Bar Exam Registration process with screenshots

BCI AIBE All India Bar Exam Registration process explained with screenshots

This is the expected application process for the AIBE All India Bar Exam , to be scheduled in 2018. There might be a few changes which will be notified ahead of the examination by the Bar Council of India; and we will update this article accordingly.

As in the previous years, the application process is expected to be completely online – other than the payment of the BCI – AIBE exam fee, which may continue to be accepted at any SBI – State Bank of India branch.

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Applicants may note that with the merger of five nationalized banks with the SBI, the number of ‘SBI’ branches has increased.

State Bank of Bikaner and Jaipur (SBBJ), State Bank of Hyderabad (SBH), State Bank of Mysore (SBM), State Bank of Patiala (SBP), State Bank of Travancore (SBT) and the Bharatiya Mahila Bank (BMB) are now renamed as State Bank of India (SBI).

Step 1 :

Before starting the online registration process, keep these following documents ready.
a) Advocate ID card (if issued by State Bar Council)
b) Enrolment Certificate (Issued by the State Bar Council)
c) Scanned photo & signature (In JPEG format)
d) ST / SC Category Certificate (if applicable)
e) Disability certificate (if applicable)

Step 2 :

Go to the www.allindiabarexamination.com website and Click the ‘Register here’ link on the left side menu of the home page.

BCI AIBE All India Bar Exam Registration process explained with screenshots

Step 3 :

Fill the Registration Form on the AIBE website, upload your documents. Enter your Enrolment number (Your State Bar Council Enrolment number) with the State Code accurately, as per your Enrolment Certificate, to prevent rejection of your application.

Use your current and active mobile number, email address in the AIBE forms.

BCI AIBE All India Bar Exam Registration process explained with screenshots

Press the ‘Save’ Button after completion – on last page. After that your AIBE Registration Number & Password will be generated and sent to your mobile number & e- mail ID.

Step 4 :

After submission, check your email ID for AIBE Registration number & Password.

Make a note of these details on a paper and also take a print-out for your records.

Step 5 :

Go to the home page of www.allindiabarexamination.com and Click on the ‘Login Here’ link on the left side menu of the page.

BCI AIBE All India Bar Exam Registration process explained with screenshots

Step 6 :

Enter your AIBE Registration Number & Password (Which you would have received as a message to your mobile phone and your registered email ID). Click on the ‘Login’ button.

BCI AIBE All India Bar Exam Registration process explained with screenshots

Step 7 :

After you successfully login, you will see your registration details. Double check all the details to ensure that they have been captured correctly and click on the ‘Print Challan’ button to print the State Bank of India payment slip.

BCI AIBE All India Bar Exam Registration process explained with screenshots

If your details are not correct, you should call the AIBE help desk numbers or send the details to the official email address for corrections. (These details will be available in BCI’s official notification ahead of the exam.)

Step 8 :

After clicking on the ‘Print Challan’ button, you will see the SBI payment challan. Use the print command from your browser menu or the print short-cut (Ctrl+P) to take a print out of the document. The format will be as per the image shown below :

BCI AIBE All India Bar Exam Registration process explained with screenshots

Step 9 :

It takes around 24 hours from the time of registration for the candidate & challan details to get activated for payment. LawMint.com recommends giving the system at least two days before processing the payment.

For example, if you complete the registration and take a print-out of the challan on the 10th of the month, wait till the 12th of the month to go to any branch of SBI to complete the payment.

Take a printed copy of challan; without it your payment cannot be processed.

Step 10 :

Complete the payment in the bank and retain the sealed & signed Candidate copy of the challan with you. (You can also keep a soft copy of the challan as a picture on your mobile phone.)

BCI AIBE All India Bar Exam Registration process explained with screenshots

Scan the document and keep a soft-copy of the document read for upload into the AIBE website.

Step 11 :

Allow at least 24 hours for the SBI payment details to be updated in the AIBE website. Login into your account using the same registration number & password (which you have earlier received on your mobile and email).

BCI AIBE All India Bar Exam Registration process explained with screenshots

Step 12 :

On your profile page where you see your Registration details, click on the ‘Upload Challan & Details’ button. You will be taken to the upload page.

BCI AIBE All India Bar Exam Registration process explained with screenshots

Step 13 :

Upload the soft-copy of the challan and enter the ‘journal number’, ‘branch code’ & ‘date of challan’ exactly as mentioned on the student copy of the challan copy. Click the ‘submit’ button when you are done.

BCI AIBE All India Bar Exam Registration process explained with screenshots

Step 14 :

Go back to the Registration details page and click on the ‘Application Form’ button. Take a print out of the complete Application Form for your reference.

BCI AIBE All India Bar Exam Registration process explained with screenshots

Step 15 :

Your application form will look as per the image below. Take a print out and also save a copy on your computer.

BCI AIBE All India Bar Exam Registration process explained with screenshots

Step 16 :

Double Check your details, photograph & signature on the application form. If there are any errors or missing details, kindly contact the AIBE help desk numbers or send in a email as per the details provided in BCI’s official notification.

Your registration is now complete! The next step will be to login to the AIBE All India Bar Exam website once the admit cards are ready and download + print a copy of your exam admit card.

Remember, you don’t have to send any of the document hard copies to BCI.

The details in this article have been compiled using the process from the previous exams as a example. The procedure may change when the Bar Council of India release the official AIBE notification. We will update this article accordingly at that time.

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  • Fifty Mini-Mock Tests - 25 Questions each, for quick practice sessions
  • Each Mock test - Sample Papers can be attempted unlimited number of times for consistent practice
  • This practice pack is complete online and can be accessed anytime - anywhere via Smart phones, Laptops, Desktops and Tablets
  • Note : No hard-copies are included.
Inclusive of all taxes

Pay through Credit-Debit cards, Net-Banking, UPI or Wallets
We use PayTM & Instamojo gateways for secure payments

AIBE All India Bar Exam Registration process with screenshots
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