An emergency meeting was called by the Bar Council of India (BCI) on July 3 to discuss the issue of the All India Bar Exam (AIBE). The Chairpersons of the State Bar Councils (SBCs) were called to disc
THE INTENTION OF THE BAR COUNCIL OF INDIA IS GOOD. THAT IS TO MAINTAIN STANDARD IN THE NOBEL LEGAL PROFESSION. BUT THERE MAY BE THE OTHER OPTION THAN THE EXAM. THE BAR COUNCIL SHOULD MAINTAIN THE EQUALITY IN TEACHING STANDARD IN ALL UNIVERSITIES. THERE SHOULD BE EQUALITY IN THE EDUCATION SYSTEM. TO MAINTAIN THE EQUALITY IN THE EDUCATION OF LAW WHAT SHOULD BE THE CRITERIA FOR IT MUST BE FIND BY THE BCI. MOST OF THE STUDENTS TOLD THAT THERE SHOULD BE THE ENTRANCE PRIOR TO THE ADMISSION IT MAY BE THE OPTION.
I think that there is no importance of AIBE for law graduates,if you coduct this exam before admission in LL.B. it will be batter to all students.
Calling of emergency meeting by Bar Council of India shows that agenda of conducting examination before registration for Advocate is unplanned by such a sound Association like Bar Council of India. Already I have mentioned in my previous comments that Bar Council of India should study the first about any step related to legal education but not like Parliament who frames the Act/law without any study and passing amendments whenever needed or on the direction of the Supreme Court of India. Various Comments shows that States Bar Councils are also not cooperating in the issue of conducting Exam before registration for Advocate. So a detail study on this Agenda should be made upto Rural level then any decision can be made by Bar Council of India.
it is a very good decission taken by BCPH we support it. here law student spent precious 3 year of life for persuing this degree and now BCI by passing one simple resolution debardding person from practicing in court, BCI also need to thin about the time, money spent by teh law student for persuing this degree who will compensate it? i welcome th econcept of Bar Exam but oppose teh sudden implimentation of it .
99.99% law graduates,all mature & simple individuals, who just aware about the Article 14,19,21 of COI;Section 24 & 49 of the Advocates Act,1961 and CCS(Conduct)Act (Both acts were got passed by the Parliament)& CCS(Conduct)Rule 16,all, will support this resignation decision taken by the Chief of BCPH Mr Pratap Singh.I also salute him.Hope, now, all earliar decisions taken, at different point of time, contrary to above provisions by the BCPH & BCI must be reviewed honestly for enrollment with out any further delay including Endst.BCPH/E/A/866/2006,dt.18-03-2006.So that evening college law graduates can claim Robe Allowance from their respective employers and even can apply for HUDA plots equally for the purpose of living.it is wrong perception that then & their Conduct Rules will allow them for any type of practice in courts of law or elsewhere. Hence, responsibility must be fixed & till date, recovery of losses, which had suffered by the evening college law graduates, be made from those Members Advocates who had involved & had consented, for putting time & again such unconstitutional conditions / bar of 45 yrs, training & exams etc., & contributed in snatching the due rights periodically & destabilize the life of equally or even highly & intellectually qualified LLB's holders
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