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Full form of AMIE is "Associate Member of the Institution of Engineers". AMIE is a professional certification given by Institution of Engineers (India). The qualification can be earned by passing Section A, Project Work and Section B examination of the Institution. If an applicant passes both sections of the examination, he or she becomes an Associate Member of the Institution of Engineers (AM).
Recognition of AMIE Exams
The Indian Ministry of Human Resource Development considers this qualification is equivalent to a degree in engineering. Government of India in continuation to its earlier recognition, has recognised passing of sections A and B examinations as revised, conducted by The Institution of Engineers (India), as equivalent to bachelor's Degree in the appropriate branch of Engineering of the recognised universities in India and has notified in the gazette of India, Part I, Section I, dated February 11, 2006. More on AMIE recognition»
Minimum duration for passing both sections is 4 years, however professionals with 3 years polytechnic engineering can complete it in 3 years since they are exempted from certain examination papers of Section A. Project work can be carried out only after clearing at least 5 subjects of Section B.
Structure of AMIE Exams
There are two sections, namely Section A and Section B, in this examination. Section A is common for all candidates. Under Section B, a particular discipline of engineering has to be chosen from among the streams offered.
The examinations are held twice every year, called Summer and Winter examinations, normally in June and December respectively (Generally from first Saturday). Each paper is 3 hours long (unless specifically mentioned otherwise in the list of subjects).
Project work and/or laboratory work can be carried out only after clearing 5 subjects of Section B.
Additionally, person shall be employed and engaged in engineering activities during the period.
Sections A & B of AMIE Examinations are conducted in 65 Examination Centres in the country and also in five overseas chapters (Kathmandu, Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Doha and Kuwait). More on AMIE exams»
Medium of AMIE Exams
English is the medium of examinations. However, any candidate may opt for Hindi provided s/he has taken prior permission to this effect from IEI.
There are 4 subjects in Section A (Diploma stream) and 10 subjects in Section A (Non Diploma stream). After Section A, the student will be admitted to appear for the Section B examination. This consists of 9 papers of which 6 are compulsory and 3 optional. After passing min. 5 papers of section-B in respective branch, the student will be admitted to appear for Project Work/Laboratory experiments. More on AMIE syllabus»
Eligibility for AMIE Admission
(i) Technician Members A candidate must secure in the 10+2 examination or its
equivalent (as recognised by the Council) with 45 percent marks in aggregate in
science subjects (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics) and pass in English as
well as 45 percent in overall aggregate. (ii) Senior Technician Members The
candidate (of age 18+)should have passed a diploma examination in engineering or
technology or its equivalent recognised by the Council, or an examination
recognised by the Council as exempting from passing Section A of the Institution
of Engineers examination in the non-diploma stream.
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