BCI 19th qualifying exam schedule out | Detailed schedule here


Learn the process to verify the 19th BCI qualifying exam schedule now available on the official website. Stay tuned for additional updates

The Bar Council of India (BCI), the exam conducting body, has published the schedule for the 19th Bar Council of India Qualifying Examination on its official website. Prospective candidates preparing for the Bar Council of India exam are encouraged to review the comprehensive schedule to plan their preparation effectively.

According to the released schedule, the examination is slated to take place from December 18 to 23, 2023, spanning 6 days with a single shift from 11 am to 2 pm each day. The exam venue is set at the Bar Council of India premises, located at 21, Rouse Avenue, Institutional Area, New Delhi – 110002. For direct access to the official notice, click here.


The official notice states, “For candidates who have appeared in the examination previously and have one or two or more subject papers to clear, this examination is giving an opportunity of re-examination to all those candidates who have not cleared all the papers in the previous exam.” Such candidates are required to appear only in the subject paper they need to clear.


  • Visit the official website of BCI.
  • Click on the direct link tab available on the homepage.
  • You will be displayed with the schedule on the screen.
  • Check it thoroughly.
  • Download it for future reference.


  • Admit cards
  • Photo identity proof (Passport/Aadhar)
  • Original marksheets/degree certificates/other relevant documents

Prohibited items within the exam hall:

  • Candidates are not allowed to bring bare acts, books (including question-answer guides and notes), except for specific papers on the Constitution of India, Contract Law, Negotiable Instruments Act, and Company Law.
  • Mandatory submission of devices and prohibited materials:
  • All candidates must surrender smartphones, watches, and any internet-connected devices before the exam.
  • Prohibited materials such as bare acts, books, guidebooks, or unauthorized notes should also be submitted.

Consequences of violating exam rules:

  • If found with unauthorized materials, engaging in cheating, or communicating with other candidates during the exam, the invigilator may take action.
  • The candidate might be asked to surrender their paper, leading to possible disqualification from the exam. Depending on the invigilator’s decision, the candidate may be allowed to continue with a fresh answer sheet.
  • Applicants are advised to check the official website for more updates and information related to the BCI 19th exam schedule.

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