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AMIE (Associate Membership of Institution Entrance Test)

AIME is conducted by Institution of Engineers, India (IEI) offering  various engineering degree courses to those students who are unable to pursue these through regular courses in engineering colleges.

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ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

For getting into AMIE, or for being a member of AMIE, there are two processes, namely:- Technician Memeber (Non-Diploma) and Senior Technician Member (Diploma).

Basically there are following eligibility requirement:-

TECHNICIAN MEMBERS

Every candidate for election as a Technician Member shall satisfy the Council that he possesses the following :

[A] AGE

He/She shall have attained the age of 17 (SEVENteen) years on the date of his/her application for election.

[B] EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION

He/She shall have possessed an educational qualification recognized by the Council as given in the Institution Examinations Rules (Volume I).

[C] ACADEMIC TRAINING

He/She shall, in the opinion of the Council, be making satisfactory progress in the acquisition of qualification for Corporate Membership.

SENIOR TECHNICIAN MEMBERS

Every candidate for election as a Senior Technician Member or for transfer from Technician Member to Senior Technician Member shall satisfy the Council that he possesses the following :

[A] AGE

He/She shall have attained the age of 18 (eighteen) years on the date of his/her application for election or transfer, as the case may be.

[B] He/She shall be engaged in the engineering profession as a pupil or apprentice or assistant under a Corporate Member and shall, in the opinion of the Council, be making satisfactory progress in the acquisition of qualification for Corporate Membership provided that temporary unemployment is no bar to his election.

[C] EXAMINATION

He/She shall possessed either (a) an accredited diploma examination in engineering or technology or its equivalent as recognized by the Council or (b) such other examination recognized by the Council as exempting from passing Section A (Non-diploma) Examination of the Institution.

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION

[A] The candidates who have passed an examination, as listed in the Part I of Appendix II (see Institution Examinations Rules — Volume I), shall be eligible to apply for Senior Technician Membership.

[B] The candidates who possess any qualification as listed in the Part II of Appendix II (see Institution Examinations Rules — Volume I), shall be eligible to apply for Senior Technician Membership, claiming complete exemption from Section A Examination of the Institution.

FOREIGN QUALIFICATIONS

The foreign engineering qualifications are not listed in of the Institution Examinations Rules but the holders of such qualifications may also apply for admission to the appropriate class of membership and the case will be considered on an individual merit after ascertaining the standard of the qualifications from the national society of engineers of the countries concerned.                   

          AMIE EXAM   AND RESULT DATES 

EXPECTED  REGISTRATION TIME EXPECTED  EXAM  DATE RESULT
Within March and August for for summer exam and September and February for winter examination. TWICE IN JUNE(summer) AND DECEMBER (winter) Just Within after few days of examination.

 

NOTE- Time schedule of the whole process can change year to year

EXAM PATTERN

There will be Two section

Section ‘A’ is common for all candidates. &

Section ‘B’ is for choosing a particular discipline of engineering program.

Section A Examination Pattern

Section A Examination is common for all those candidates who want to become engineers by having a degree of AMIE.

There are separate exams designed for Diploma Stream (Senior Technician Members) and Non Diploma Stream (Technician Members).

Section B Examination Pattern

After Section A, the student has to complete a project work over a period of one year.

On the basis of satisfactory professional competence report, candidates are admitted to appear for the Section B examination.

Section B consists of 10 papers of which 7 are compulsory and 3 optional.

In Section B a candidate chooses a particular discipline of engineering program.

The exam pattern can change year to year

EXAM CENTRE

  • ANDAMAN & NICOBAR
  • ANDHRA PRADESH
  • ASSAM
  • BIHAR
  • CHHATTISGARH
  • DELHI
  • GOA
  • GUJARAT
  • HARYANA
  • HIMACHAL PRADESH
  • JAMMU & KASHMIR
  • JHARKHAND
  • KARNATAKA
  • KERALA
  • MADHYA PRADESH
  • MANIPUR
  • MAHARASHTRA
  • MEGHALAYA
  • ORISSA
  • PUDUCHERRY
  • PUNJAB & CHANDIGARH
  • RAJASTHAN
  • TAMILNADU
  • TRIPURA
  • UTTARAKHAND
  • UTTAR PRADESH
  • WEST BENGAL

Candidates should normally select the Examination Centres within the jurisdiction of their respective State / Local Centres. In exceptional circumstances, candidates may be permitted to appear from the Centres outside the jurisdiction of their State Centres provided they enclose with their Examination Forms satisfactory evidence of their being required to appear from other Centres. No application for a change of Examination Centre will be entertained after the last date of submission of application forms. Appearance from a different Centre without prior approval of the Headquarters in writing shall be treated as irregular.

    RESULT AND ADMISSION PROCEDURE

Through the examination score and councelling.

SUPPORTING INSTITUTES

The exam is concentrated for Associate Membership of Institution of Engineers,India.

TIPS FOR AMIE  EXAM:

Candidate concentrate on each section practiced by sample papers and previous year’s question paper  for mathematics as more questions will be asked from that section .Study the problems by doing it. Otherwise one  will not get enough speed or time for entrance exam as he needs to complete each question within a minute. Study other subjects after completing maths.candidates can make use of coaching centers and sample question papers.

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