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AIBE Registration 2017
(ALL INDIA BARCOUNCIL EXAMINATION)
LATEST UPDATE:-
DEAR FRIENDS I FOUND NOTIFICATION AS BELOW IN ALL INDIA BAR EXAMINATIONS OFFICIAL WEBSITE:-Registration for AIBE X
( Notification No: AIBE/WS/078) (16th Jan, 2017)
“The online Registration for AIBE X to be held tentatively on 26th March 2017 has been started. Kindly click here to Register Online.
The helpline numbers for any query related to Registration are as follows :- 011-49225022/23.Candidates can call the helpline any time between 10.00 A.M to 5.00 PM; Monday to Saturday. "  


Ø    Candidates can make the AIBE registration 2017 through online.
Ø    The online or offline registration for the AIBE 10th will be open soon in the month of January 2017.
Ø    The last date for sales the online or offline application form will be the Second week of February 2016 (tentative).
Ø    Candidates those will fill the application form through online mode, not need to send the hard copy of the application form & other documents to the BCI office. Before filling the application form candidates would have to be ready with the given document:
·        Scanned photograph & signature
·        Enrollment Certificate
·        Advocate ID card (if issued by State Bar Council)
·        Category Certificate (if applicable)
·        Disability certificate (if applicable)

Application Fee:
Ø    All the candidates applying for the AIBE 2017 online application, they have to pay Rs. 2500 + Rs 60 as bank transaction charge.
Ø    Candidates would have to deposit the application fee only through Challan from any branch of the State Bank of India.
Ø    The last date for Payment of Challan for Online and Offline Application will be the second week of February 2017 (tentative). The payment through any other mode will not be accepted. The fee is non-refundable.

AIBE 2017 Eligibility Criteria
The eligibility criteria required to appear in AIBE 2017 are mentioned below:-
·        Candidate must be India citizen.
·        Candidate has to qualify their LLB Degree (either 3 years or 5 Years).
·        Candidate has to be registered as an advocate professional with any State Bar Council.
·        Candidates have to submit the suitable proof of the enrollment.
·        There is no limit to appear for the All India Bar Examination.
Bar Council of India Exam Pattern
Candidates have a choice of 11 languages to attempt the examination in their preferred language. AIBE (X) 2017 will be an open book exam. It means that candidates can bring any study aid or reading material like as textbooks and treatises, AIBE Preparatory Materials, and even handwritten notes.
The question paper will be composed of 100 multiple choice questions spread across various subjects. There is no negative marking. The questions asked in the examination will be divided into ‘knowledge-based’ and ‘reasoning based’. The time duration of the examination is maximum 3 hours 30 minutes.
The examination will be divided into two categories (I and II).The Examination paper will comprise at least seven (7) questions from each ‘Category I’ subject. The paper will also have twenty-three (23) questions from the ‘Category II’ subjects as a whole, and these twenty-three questions will include questions from at least five (5) Category II subjects. Category I subjects will be tested in Part I of the question paper, and Category II subjects will be tested in Part II of the question paper. The Category I and Category II subjects are set out below:
Category I
Category II
Subjects
Q.
Subjects
No. of Q.
Alternative Dispute Resolution
 7
Administrative Law
23 questions in all, and these questions will include questions from at least 5 subjects in Category II
Civil Procedure Code and Limitation Act
7
Company Law
Constitutional Law
7
Environmental Law
Contract Law, including Specific Relief, Special Contracts, and Negotiable Instruments
7
Family Law
Criminal Law I: The Indian Penal Code
7
Human Rights Law
Criminal Procedure
7
Labour and Industrial Law
Drafting, Pleading, and Conveyancing
7
Law of Tort, including Motor Vehicle Accidents, and Consumer Protection Law
Evidence
7
Principles of Taxation Law
Jurisprudence
7
Public International Law
Professional Ethics and the Professional Code of Conduct for Advocates
7
Total Marks = 100
Total Questions = 100
Property Law
7

AIBE 2017 Syllabus
The syllabus of the AIBE (X) 2017 will be prescribed by the Bar Council of India for the 3 year and 5 year LLB programmes at law schools in India. The syllabus consists of various topics such as:
·        Alternative Dispute Resolution
·        Civil Procedure Code and Limitation Act
·        Constitutional Law
·        Contract Law, including Specific Relief, Special Contracts, and Negotiable Instruments
·        Criminal Law I: The Indian Penal Code
·        Criminal Procedure
·        Drafting, Pleading, and Conveyancing
·        Evidence
·        Jurisprudence
·        Professional Ethics and the Professional Code of Conduct for Advocates
·        Property Law
·        Administrative Law
·        Company Law
·        Environmental Law
·        Family Law
·        Human Rights Law
·        Labour and Industrial Law
·        Law of Tort, including Motor Vehicle Accidents, and Consumer Protection Law
·        Principles of Taxation Law
·        Public International Law

AIBE Admit Card (X) 2017
Candidates can get their admit cards from the official portal of AIBE. The AIBE 2017 admit card will be released from the last week of February 2017 (tentative). By entering their application number and date of birth, candidates can download their admit card. There is no provision to send the admit card through post.
AIBE Result (X) 2017
The AIBE 2017 result will be declared through online process in the official portal. All the candidates who passed this entrance exam will receive a Certificate of Law Practice. There is no provision of declaration of the percentage, percentile, rankings, or absolute marks.
Answer Key:
After the examination within two or three days, the answer key will be published in the official site. If the candidates will found any discrepancy in the answer key, then they will inform to the examination board in time. With the use of answer key, candidates can match their answer and calculate their expected marks.

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FIR (First Information Report)





MODAL FORMAT OF FIR:-

cognizable Offence(CO) and Non-Cognizable Offence(NCO)





COGNIZABLE OFFENCES
NON-COGNIABLE OFFENCES
1.      Section 2 (c) of The Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 says, that  cognizable offenses or cognizable cases are those under which a police officer can arrest without an arrest warrant
1.      Section 2 (l) of CrPc says, that non-cognizable offenses or cases are those under which a police officer cannot arrest without a warrant.
2.      Cognizable offenses are those offenses which are serious in nature.

Example- Murder, Rape, Dowry Death, Kidnapping, Theft, Criminal Breach of Trust, Unnatural Offenses.
2.      Non-Cognizable offenses are those which are not much serious in nature.

Example- Assault, Cheating, Forgery, Defamation.
3.  Section 154 of CrPc provides, that under a Cognizable offense or case, The Police Officer has to receive the First Information Report (FIR) relating to the cognizable offense, which can be without the Magistrate’s permission and enter it in the General Diary and immediatly start the investigation.
3.      Section 155 of CrPc provides that in a non-cognizable offense or case, the police officer cannot receive or record the FIR unless he obtains prior permission from the Magistrate.

4.      If a Cognizable offense has been committed, a Police Officer can investigate without the Magistrate’s permission.

4. Under a Non-Cognizable offense/case, in order to start the investigation, it is important for the police officer to obtain the permission from the Magistrate.