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Important to Study before Appearing for AIBE


  Updated on : 18/03/2017

 by : Admin

The All India Bar Exam or commonly known as AIBE is knocking at the door, right? So what plans have you laid to complete the exam? AIBE 2017 needs you to have a quick guide to help you steer through the education process all quite soon.  1.       You need to prioritize your subjects and then create a study planYou need to put a quick glance at the new syllabus and this will not indicate that not all subject carry equal marks, so you have to focus on each subjects differently. The crucial ones must come before and leave out those which are not there in the new syllabus.  In the new syllabus you will find that these following topics are not included, so you can ignore them for AIBE 2017 exam.· Public International Law· Taxation· Human Rights· Environmental Law· Drafting, Pleading and conveying (though some parts of drafting and pleadings may be covered under CPC)Now which are the subjects that you can study at the last, may be a few days before the examination? Next is the critical subjects that carry most of the marks. These are the important subjects that carries more marks compared to other subjects that Such as -1. Contract (20 marks in total)2. Constitutional Law (10 marks)3. Civil Procedure Code (10 marks)4. Code of Criminal Procedure (10 marks)5. Evidence (8 marks)6. Indian Penal Code (6 marks) After you complete with these 6 critical subjects carrying a total of 64 marks you must proceed to the following subjects mentioned below, which are a little critical.· Law of Tort, Motor Vehicle Accidents, Consumer Protection Law· Labour + Industrial Laws· Family Law· Company Law· ADR + Arbitration Act· Professional Ethics 2. You need to know the techniques of answering your questionsYou have answer the question in three possible ways - 1. By referring to bare acts - this is one of the possible ways if you can do a good amount of rote learning2. By referring to commentaries - you can learn and answer the question based on the commentaries that you come across in the various guide books.3. By recollecting from your memory - you simply need to remember what you have studies through the year and what your tutorials have guided to answer the typical questions. These are the steps that you need to follow and it is mandatory. demo

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