Urgent – AIBE XIII 2018 – Candidates with missing SET Codes

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In early February 2018, the organizers of the All India Bar Examination 13 – 2018 (AIBE XIII 2018), held under the aegis of the Bar Council of India, have published a list of candidates whose SET Code is missing or not matching in the response sheets.

The list has 1254 candidates, whose results may be withheld unless they follow the instructions given in the notification.

As per the instructions, if your Name falls under this category (if your name is present in the list), you should email the first page (front cover) of your question paper to AIBE for verification. Email a scanned / photographed copy of  question paper first page to aibe13.bci@gmail.com

In case you fail to do so on before 18th of Feb 2019, 5:00 PM it would lead to rejection of your candidature. The notification also mentions that if your name is on the list, your AIBE XIII 2018 result will be withheld till the 20th Feb 2019.

These are some frequently asked questions about the SET CODE and the All India Bar Exam.

 

What is the SET Code ?

The SET code will be printed on the top right corner of all the pages of your question paper; for example “HINDI-SET-C”. You should however send the scan / photograph of the first page of the question paper for verification.

 

What happens if the SET Code is missing / not matching in the answer sheet ?

The OMR sheets (answer sheets) are automatically marked by a computerized machine, on the basis of the SET Code of the question paper. Though all the question paper versions will have the same questions, the order of the questions will be shuffled for different SET versions. Answer sheets cannot be evaluated unless a SET code is available.

If a wrong SET code is used for evaluation, the answer choices will not match – which may result in the candidate not achieving the minimum passing marks.

 

What are the steps to be followed ?

  1. If you had taken the AIBE XIII 2018, check if your name is on the list here : http://aibe13.allindiabarexamination.com/Set%20Code%20Missing%20List%20AIBE-XIII.pdf
  2. If your name is on the list, find the hard-copy of your original AIBE XIII 2018 question paper
  3. Write the following details clearly at the top of the question paper :
    – Your Full Name – As per the AIBE XIII 2018 registration
    – Your AIBE XIII 2018 roll number
    – Your State Bar Council Enrollment number
    – Your Email ID as used for AIBE registration
    – Your Mobile phone number as used for AIBE registration
  4. Take a clear photograph or scan of the first page of the question paper with the SET code clearly visible
  5. Email the scan / photograph to aibe13.bci@gmail.com from the email ID you have used for AIBE XIII registration
  6. You should also mention all the details as per point 3 in the body of the email

 

What if you do not have the hard-copy of your AIBE XIII question paper ?

If you do not have the actual copy of the AIBE XIII question paper, you should at least send in the correct SET Code by email if you clearly remember the same, along with your other details as per point 3.

Remember there is no guarantee that the BCI or AIBE organizers will accept / process your request without the actual scan / photograph of your original question paper; however in the absence of a copy of your original question paper, you should at least send in the SET code if you remember the same.

If a wrong SET code is used for evaluation, the answer choices will not match – which may result in the candidate not achieving the minimum passing marks.

 

Can you send in the SET code from some other question paper ?

No. You should ensure that you send in the correct SET code from your own question paper. If you know another test taker who received the exact same question paper SET version, you can photo-copy that paper, write your details and send a scanned copy of that paper.

Remember, the SET version should be the same as yours; else you may not clear the exam. Ensure that you send in the correct version.

 

My name is not on the list published; should I still send a copy of my question paper ?

No. You should send a scanned copy of your question paper only if your name is on the list. Sending it unnecessarily may lead to confusion.

If your name is not on the official list, you need not take any action.

 

Has BCI published the original question papers online ?

No. BCI or the organizers of the AIBE XIII 2018 have not officially published the December 2018 question papers online; so you will have to trace out a copy of your own paper or borrow from a friend who received the exact same SET version of the paper.

 

What happens if your name is on the list, but you are not able to send the scanned copy of your original question paper SET code ?

In case your name is on the official list, but you fail to send a scanned copy of the original question paper to the official email ID on before 18th of Feb 2019, 5:00 PM it could lead to rejection of your candidature. Your result may not be released.

If your result is not released, you can appear in the next AIBE exam which is mostly held around June and December of every year. Since there is a grace period of two years from the date of your State Bar Enrollment for clearing your Bar Exam; if the two years are completed, you will have to suspend your individual law practice till you clear the Bar Exam.

 

Is there a BCI – AIBE helpline where I can seek clarification ?

Yes. Monday to Saturday, (10:00 am to 5:00 pm), for general inquiries related to All India Bar Examination, the helpline numbers are :

  • 011-49225000,
  • 011-49225012,
  • 011-49225014 ,
  • 011-49225015,
  • 011-49225017,
  • 011-49225025 ,
  • 011-49225041,
  • 011-49225042,
  • 011-49225043 ,
  • 011-49225045 ,
  • 011-49225022
  • 011-41533681,
  • 011-49225023
  • or Email at : bci.aibe@gmail.com (This email ID is for queries only – see the other email ID above for sending the scanned documents)

If you know other recent LLB graduates who took the AIBE XIII exam in 2018, share this article with them to help them out.

 


Original Notification as published on AllIndiaBarExamination.com :

Notification:- List of candidates whose set code is missing for AIBE-XIII ( Notification No: AIBE/WS/128) (03rd Feb, 2019)
“Kindly Click Here to find the list of candidates of AIBE-XIII whose Set Code is missing/mismatch.
In Case your Name falls under this category. Kindly email us the first page (front cover) of your question paper for verification.
In case you fail to do so on before 18th Feb 2019, 5:00PM it would lead to rejection of your candidature.
Please do keep in mind that your result will be withheld till 20th Feb 2019 in case Your Name falls in this list Email your documents on aibe13.bci@gmail.com “


CLAT PG 2020 - 100 Mock Tests Series & Previous Question Papers
  • 11 CLAT PG LLM previous question papers with official answer keys - 2009 to 2019
  • 50 Full Length Mock tests of 100 questions each - from a question bank of 9500 selected MCQs
  • 50 Mini Mock tests of 25 questions each - for quick practice sessions
  • List of Indicative / Likely Subjective Type Questions & Topics
  • Summarized overview of Important Jurisprudence topics (For Subjective & Objective questions)
  • Overview of all Constitutional Amendments
  • Summary list of Important (Recent) Supreme Court Judgments
  • All Tests & Previous Papers are timed and have Negative marking for realistic simulation
  • Questions & Answer Choices randomly shuffled in every attempt for better practice
  • Accessible 24 x 7 via Smart-Phone browsers and Desktops
  • Eighty Three (83) LawMint users were offered seats across various NLUs in CLAT PG 2019 - Including NLSIU, NALSAR & NLU Delhi

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