Candidates tested positive for Covid-19 can request to carry their exam fee forward
The Bar Council of India (BCI) has barred COVID-positive aspirants to appear for the 15th All India Bar Examination (AIBE). The council has released a notice urging candidates who were tested COVID-positive or have any COVID-19 symptoms to not report to the examination centre, and such candidates are required to inform BCI and request to carry forward the exam fee.
According to the notice, students are required to email their requests regarding health emergencies to email@example.com with a COVID-19 test report and ask for the exam fee to be carried forward. The monitoring committee will consider the requests and the outcome will be informed after the examination.
The national-level law entrance test will be held on January 24 in the open-book exam (OBE) format. The exam is conducted for law graduates or final-year students to receive the certificate of practice (COP) to practice in Indian courts.
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