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(Rules made by the Bar Council of India in exercise of its ntle-making powers under Sec. 24(3)(d) of the Advocates Act, 1961)

1. These rules may be called 'Bar Council of India Training Rules, 1995 for enrolment as an advocate on the roll of a State Bar Council which shall come into effect on 2nd

April, 1996.

2. No person shall be entitled to be enrolled as an advocate unless he is eligible to be enrolled as such under Sec. 24 of the Advocates Act, 1961 and has undergone training as prescribed under these Rules.

3. (1) A duty qualified candidate to be enrolled as an advocate shall have to file application for enrolment as prescribed under Sec. 25 of the Advocates Act, 1961 after payment of prescribed fee for enrolment and the said candidate shall have to deposit a Bank draft of Rs. 150 (Rupees one hundred and fifty only) in favour of State Bar Council and Rs. 50 (Rupees fifty only) in favour of Bar Council of India in addition to enrolment fee for imparting training in prescribed form with all relevant documents as has been prescribed under the Advocates Act and the Rules made there under

The following particulars in cap !talletter shall be supplied by the candidates

applying for training in addition to information required for enrolment:

(a) Name

(b) Father's Name

(c) Date of Birth

(d) Nationality

(e) Details of degree of graduation or certificate of having passed 10+2

examination whichever is applicable and degree of law.

(f) Date of declaration of result of degree in law.

(g) Name, address and enrolment number of the guide under whom he has to

receive training.

(h) Photostat copies of the Bachelor's degree or of certificate of passing the 10+2 examination, whichever is applicable and degree in law and in case the degree in law has not been awarded then a photostat copy of the third year marks sheet and provisional certificate shall be enclosed with the application for training in addition to documents required for enrolment.

4. The period of training shall commence from the date of certificate of the guide that a candidate has started training with him but such date shall be after the date of approval of the name of the guide by the State Bar Council which approval the State Bar Council shall grant, after registration of name of candidate, for enrolment for training.

5. An Advocate having 15 years of practice at Bar or designated Senior Advocate, who are in continuance active practice in a Court established by law shall be eligible to impart training and be called" guide" and name of guide shall be approved by the State Bar Council. The guide shall have to give his written consent before he would be approved as a guide.

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