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You can become Chartered Engineer after passing AMIE

Chartered Engineer After AMIE

As per the Declaration No.16 of the Royal Charter, 1935 and Clause 69(i) of the Bye-Laws & Regulations of the Institution, every Corporate Member (FIE/MIE/AMIE) is entitled to use the style and title of Chartered Engineer (India).

Chartered Engineer certificate being issued by the IEI (which is one of world’s oldest and largest professional bodies of Engineers), plays the role of recognition and acceptance of one’s techno-academic qualification and professional attainment on a global platform.

Any Life Corporate Member of the Institution of Engineers (India) can designate himself as a Chartered Engineer (C Engg). A special certificate specifying as Chartered Engineer ( C Eng ) can be obtained on payment of Rs. 7500/- only (for India/Nepal) and US$ 750 only (for other countries). 

Download form for Chartered Engineer 

However, Corporate members already in possession of Chartered Engineer Certificate applying for the same after upgradation / transfer of membership or more than once for any other reason, the fee will be Rs. 8850.00 (for applicants from India /Nepal) and US $ 750 (for applicants from other countries). Such Corporate Members should apply with a copy of existing Chartered Engineer Certificate.

Address for Communication :

The Director (Membership)

Membership Department The Institution of Engineers (India)

8 Gokhale Road, Kolkata 700 020

Call: +91-33-40106224

Email: memb_certificate@ieindia.org

Function of Chartered Engineer

To be empanelled as Valuer, Loss Assessor in various financial institutions like Bank, Insurance companies etc. 

To be empanelled as Chartered Engineer in the Original Side of High Courts, Central Excise and Customs and other similar govt concerns.

To win contract of civil works from Municipal Corporation and similar govt bodies.

To be employed and/or promoted in foreign companies.

To practice as self employed consultant in India and abroad.

  • To be empanelled as Valuer, Loss Assessor in various financial institutions like Bank, Insurance companies etc.
  • To be empanelled as Chartered Engineer in the Original Side of High Courts, Central Excise and Customs and other similar govt concerns.
  • To win contract of civil works from Municipal Corporation and similar govt bodies.
  • To be employed and/or promoted in foreign companies.
  • To practice as self employed consultant in India and abroad.

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