Where and When To See My AMIE Result Of AMIE
You can see your result on http://www.amiestudycircle.com or at https://www.ieindia.org/AdminUI/ResultsUI/IEI_Results.html (AMIE Result is declared on any day of third/fourth week of March and fourth week of September)
How to see AMIE exam Result? You are advised to mention your membership no. without any hyphen (-) between the membership no., Example ST-123456-7 as ST1234567 or T-123456-7 as T-1234567
Also enter your six digit roll number.
Grade card opens which you can save in pdf format.
If you have passed section A completely then pl wait for registration of section B, as you will get related docs (registration form, new id card etc.) from IEI shortly or alternatively, you may join Section B registration Pack from us.
Result Withheld Due To Less Fee
Send balance fee by DD. After few days email at email@example.com stating that you have sent balanced fee, state DD number and membership number and request the AMIE result. They will let you know the AMIE result.
Note: This result will not appear on net.
What Is Exemption?
An exemption in any subject means that you have NOT to appear in that particular subject in AMIE exams. If you pass a subject then it is said that you have been exempted in that subject. If you AMIE passed B. Tech and want to do AMIE in other branch then you need not appear in Section A. It means that you have been exempted to appear in AMIE (Section A). You will directly appear in Section B. See Qualification for Exemption
Unable To See Result After A Long Period
If you are seeing your result after a long time of its declaration, please note that the result just stays for a short period (say one and half month) after its declaration. Once it is removed, you have to contact concerned authority of IEI to know your result.
No; A candidate has to secure minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) as 6. Therefore, a candidate secured grade ‘D’ in a particular subject will be required to re-appear in that subject. However, if a ST member secured at least grade ‘B’ in one of the four subjects of Section A (Diploma) and grade ‘C’ in two subjects and grade ‘D’ in one balance subject in the last attempt, he will be declared pass in Section A (Diploma) examination as he acquired GPA as 6. Grade ‘D’ secured in any subject is not carried forward to the next examination.
Yes; A candidate passed Section A (Non-Diploma)/ Section A (Diploma) examination is eligible to appear in immediate next session for Section B examination provided s/he submits prescribed Registration Form for Section B with requite fee by demand draft/online payment within the stipulated date mentioned in the website. Also, the candidate is expected simultaneously to submit the examination application form with requisite fee. He can join Section B registration Package.
No; Such application will be summarily rejected and the applicant shall not be permitted to appear in the examination without complying with the requirement.