Read brother, how will you become a lawyer like this? When the Chief Justice gave advice to a law student during the hearing

Ananya Shroff
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New Delhi: An interesting incident happened during the hearing in the Supreme Court. The Chief Justice's bench rejected the petition demanding reduction in the cut-off score of the All India Bar Examination (AIBE). The cut-off is 45 for the general category and 40 for SC/ST. Chief Justice DY Chandrachud told the petitioner, if someone cannot score so much, what kind of lawyer will he become? You are talking about reducing it. 'Study brother, how will you become a lawyer like this?' Reducing the cut-off will affect the ability of lawyers admitted to the bar.

What is AIBE exam?
Let us tell you that the All India Bar Examination (AIBE) is an examination conducted by the Bar Council of India (BCI), which law graduates have to pass compulsorily to practice law in India. This exam is for those law graduates who want to practice in Indian courts. The purpose of AIBE is to ensure that a person practicing as a lawyer has minimum legal knowledge and legal skills. After passing this exam, law graduates are given a 'Practice Certificate', which allows them to practice in Indian courts.

Chief Justice inaugurated the Multi Facility Centre in the Supreme Court
Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud on Wednesday inaugurated the new multi-facility centre inside the Supreme Court premises. Other judges and staff were also present at the ceremony held on the occasion. The centre is located in the main campus opposite UCO Bank near C-IN Gate. A Supreme Court source said that the centre has 68 rooms for lawyers, consultation room, stationery shop, medicine shop and waiting room for litigants or visitors, with a seating capacity of about 50 people.

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