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for section A re-registration: apply for reregistration + change of address (if any) 

for section B re-registration: apply for reregistration + registration of section B + change of address (if any)

All passed subjects in respective section will be cancelled.

 

Expiry of Six year Period

Candidates, who are enrolled between 01 March and 31 August, their six years term is being considered from Winter session of current year. Similarly, candidates enrolled between 01 September and 31 December, their six years term is being considered from Summer session of next year; and the candidates enrolled between 01 January and 28 February their six years term is being considered from Summer session of current year.

The expiry of registration will be effective after the declaration of results of the winter session of the corresponding year of expiry.

 

Re-registration after Expiry of Six-year for AMIE Exams

As per Clause 8.7 of Examination Rules printed in Vol. 1 (Rules & Syllabi), the prescribed period for passing Section A or Section B Examination is six years. Candidates, who would be unsuccessful in Section A or in Section B Examination after the expiry of six year period, would be eligible to apply for Examination Re-registration as per rules. 

Before submitting the application for Examination Re-registration, candidates are advised to read the following carefully: 

 

Category 1 : Candidates, who who are unsuccessful to pass Section A Examination in six year, shall be permitted to appear afresh in Section A Examination. Subject(s) exemption(s) secured during six years, if any, shall be forfeited. They would be required to pass Section A Examination afresh as per the existing scheme . 

Category 2 : Candidates, who have already passed Section A Examination but unsuccessful to pass Section B Examination in six years, shall be permitted to appear afresh in Section B Examination in existing scheme retaining their Section A status. They would be required to apply for Registration of Section B on the prescribed proforma (printed in Vol 1: Rules on page 39) with a demand draft of Rs. (Rs.) 4,800/- (US $ 300 for overseas candidates), in addition to demand draft of Rs. 3,500/- for Examination Re-registration with filled-in prescribed format. In such cases, subject(s) exemption(s) secured during six-years, if any, shall be forfeited and they would need to pass Section B Examination afresh as per the existing scheme . Also, they would be required to do project work and the laboratory experiments afresh. 

Six years period shall be counted from Summer examination. For example, if six years period of a candidate expired in Winter 2013 examination, re-registration period of six years shall be counted from Summer 2014 irrespective of the month and year the candidate submits his application during the currency period of re-registration. 

Candidates, under category 1 and 2 above, should apply for Examination Re-registration as per the format (available on IEI website) along with the fee of Rs. 3,500/- (US $ 280 for overseas candidates) by demand draft. Candidates, under category 2, should also apply for Registration of Section B along with a demand draft of Rs. (Rs.) 4,800/-. 

Candidates are advised to apply for the same so as to reach at the Headquarters office latest by April 10 and October 10, failing which they will not be eligible to appear in immediate Summer and Winter Examination, respectively. 


Reregistration form for AMIE

Online Reregistration form

Identity card replace/change of address

 

Premature Re-Registration For for AMIE Exams

The Council, at its 680th meeting, approved the rule for premature re-registration of Section A/ Section B examination , to be effective from 01 June 2014, who are within the currency of six years period. The eligibility criterion and other details are given hereunder: 

Eligibility: Candidates, be permitted to apply for pre-mature re-registration, after the expiry of five years of stipulated six years period when they have not sufficient time to pass the balance subjects of Section A/ Section B examination. Such candidates may submit their premature re-registration form for another six years period to appear afresh in all subjects of Section A/ Section B with the following condition(s). 

Condition: 
For Section A (Non-diploma) 
Candidates passed only one subject in Section A (Non-diploma) till the expiry of five years of stipulated six years period, are eligible to apply for premature re-registration. [Candidates passed two or more subjects in Section A (Non-diploma) after the expiry of five years of stipulated six years period are not eligible to apply for premature re-registration.] 

For Section A (Diploma) 
Candidates in Section A (Diploma) are not eligible to apply for premature re-registration. 

For Section B 
Candidates, who are unable to pass any subject in Section B till the expiry of five years of stipulated six years period, are eligible to apply for premature re-registration. [Candidates passing one or more subject(s) in Section B after the expiry of five years of stipulated six years period are not eligible to apply for premature re- registration.]

 

2. Six year period shall be counted from Summer examination of the year in which a candidate submits his / her application for this purpose. 

3. For Section A candidates, subject(s) exemption, if any, shall be forfeited after premature re-registration. 

For Section B candidates, pass status of Section A will remain unaltered. 

 

How to Apply: Candidates are expected to apply on the prescribed format for Application for Premature Re-registration along with a demand draft of Rs. 3,500/- (US $ 200 for overseas candidates). In case of Section B candidates, they would also be required to apply for registration of Section B on the prescribed proforma (printed in Vol. 1 : Rules on page 39 and available on IEI website) with a demand draft of Rs. 4,800/- (US $ 300 for overseas candidates). 

Candidates are advised to apply with requisite fee for the same so as to reach at the Headquarters office latest by April 10 for Summer examination and October 10 for Winter examination, failing which they will not be eligible to appear in the respective session. However, Such candidate will be eligible to appear in immediate next examination on submission of examination application form with requisite fee. 

Premature Reregistration form for AMIE

 

My 6 year period has expired two years ago. How many years will i get after AMIE reregistration

You will not get another 6 years because you have already wasted two years after expiry of 6 years. You will get remaining four years.

 

difference between Re-registration and premature re-registration in AMIE

If yoy want to apply for reregistration in AMIE before end of six years then you must apply for premature reregistration. After six years, go for AMIE reregistration.

 

Change of medium after reregistration

You can not change the medium. If you have been given permission to give AMIE exams in Hindi, you have to give AMIE exams in Hindi medium only.

 

Where to Contact

Renewal of Examination Registration after expiry of Six years time period(Examination Re-registration)/ Premature Re-registration

debasis.nath@ieindia.org

 

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