Pakistan College of Law has the honor to design first computer-based bar examination for the Pakistan Bar Council with collaboration of British Council Pakistan. These examinations are devised to take advantage of computerized delivery of examinations, and to enable registration of applicants to benefit in several ways, including scheduling the examination at their convenience and having more opportunities to take the examination. The system provides easy online access to the examination website that contains a large bank of challenging questions and skills assessment methods, and immediate provisional results for the applicants.
PCL has been a firm supporter of the Bar Examination and has always proposed that the practitioner’s license should only be issued after the students have successfully taken a bar exam. With this objective, the faculty of PCL has prepared a question-bank of over 10,000 questions relating to different areas of LLB curriculum such as constitutional law, criminal law, contracts, procedure, evidence, etc.
Chief Justice of Pakistan, Mr. Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry::
“System introduced by this college for bar exams is highly admirable. Following the method, there are so many transparent procedures for selecting advocates for practicing in courts.”
For details visit <www.barcouncilexams.com>