AIBE results declared; JK tops with 92 % pass percentage
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Aug 5: The Bar Council of India today announced the results of the second All India Bar Examination, which was held on July 24, 2011 after being postponed once.
Around 13000 students had enrolled for the second AIBE which was conducted successfully in 31 venues in 26 cities across India. The attendance for the second AIBE across the country was approximately 97 percent.
The All India Bar Examination have been made mandatory for all law students graduating from the academic year 2009-2010 onwards to practice law. It intends to test an advocate’s ability to practice the profession of law in India.
Jammu and Kashmir has secured the highest pass percentage of 92.94 followed by West Bengal with 91.25 and Bihar with 90 percent. The worst performance is from State of Andhra Pradesh with pass percentage of only 36.02.
Speaking about the results, Ashok Parija, Chairman of BCI in the press release said, “The pass percentage for the second AIBE is around 69 percent, which is slightly lower than the pass percentage for the first AIBE. The pass percentage amongst male and female candidates is nearly the same again though the pass percentage of repeat candidates (who did not clear the first AIBE) is lower than that of fresh candidates”.
According to the press release, the female candidates pass percentage is 70.23 which is slightly higher than that of male candidates at 68.06 percent. The pass percentage of the repeat candidates is 56.42, who did not perform well.
According to the press release, the dates of the AIBE for this academic year will be put out in advance shortly. The BCI is also putting together a plan for conducting the AIBE in Chennai and the details of the same would be made available shortly. (With inputs from agencies)
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