Latest information on AMIE 2020 exam with its notification, exam dates, eligibility, application form also including paper pattern, test centres and AMIE result.
The Institution of Engineers India (IEI) conducts AMIE (Associate Member of the Institution of Engineers) exams for its associate members. Only the members of the Institution are permitted to appear at the examinations conducted by the institution. This is an interactive online professional certification examination for engineers. This qualification is recognised by Ministry of Human Resource Development of the Government of India. The examination is also recognised by UK-NARIC as a British bachelor’s honor degree. It is also recognised by the Foreign Credential Service of America as an equivalent to bachelor’s degree in South America.
AMIE 2020 Exam Date:-
The Institution conducts the following examinations :
SECTION A (Non-Diploma Stream)
SECTION A (DIPLOMA STREAM)
SECTION B (in the following branches of engineering only)
Electronics and Communication Engineering
Metallurgy and Material Science
The Institution examinations are held twice a year generally in the month of June and December -- termed as Summer and Winter examinations, respectively, in the schemes as may be decided by the Council of the Institution.
The generalized commonalities of the program, which are prerequisite for developing scientific mind and engineering attitude, are first identified and classified as Basic Commonalities.
A global outline for developing professional expertise around a common theme is identified next. This is classified as Advanced Commonalities.
The discipline-wise commonalities are developed next, followed by specialization in each discipline.
To develop the basic commonalities, it is essential to first identify the fields of activities. A student of engineering is required to have
Adequate knowledge of basic sciences,
Adequate knowledge and application of engineering sciences,
Appreciation of environment and society on engineering activities, and
Adequate communication skill to communicate with engineering process, people and machine.
The subjects to cover the above fields are broadly as under :
Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics
Fundamentals of Design and Manufacturing, Electrical Science
Electronics and Instrumentation, Mechanical Science
Material Science and Engineering
Societal Structures and Dynamics, Development Processes
Technology Assessment, Ecosystems, Environmental Degradation
Waste Management and Sustainable Development
Engineering Drawing and Graphics, Computing and Informatics
A course structure identified as Section 'A', common for all disciplines and based on the above considerations, has been evolved.
The course structure for each discipline in Section ‘ B’ has one common subject -- Engineering Management -- except Marine Engineering discipline.
DISCIPLINE COMMONALITIES AND SPECIALIZATION:-
The various task groups of each discipline developed the course structure for that particular discipline, keeping the discipline commonalities confined to five papers and specialization to three papers from one of the optional groups.
The course structure and syllabi of 15 engineering disciplines have been divided into two parts -- engineering disciplines in which Section 'B' examination are being conducted at present, followed by engineering disciplines in which Section 'B' examinations are not being conducted.
AMIE 2018 Syllabus:-
EXAMINATION SCHEMES, BRANCHES, SUBJECTS AND THEIR CODE NUMBERS
SECTION 'A' EXAMINATION ( NON-DIPLOMA SCHEME ) -- CODE 2
AN 201 Fundamentals of Design and Manufacturing
AN 202 Material Science and Engineering
AN 203 Computing and Informatics
AN 204 Society and Environment
AN 205 Mechanical Science
AN 206 Engineering Physics and Chemistry
AN 207 Engineering Drawing and Graphics
AN 208 Electronics & Instrumentation
AN 209 Engineering Mathematics
AN 210 Electrical Science
SECTION 'A' EXAMINATION ( DIPLOMA SCHEME ) -- CODE 3
AD 301 Fundamentals of Design and Manufacturing
AD 302 Material Science and Engineering
AD 303 Computing and Informatics
AD 304 Society and Environment
SECTION 'B' EXAMINATION ( CODE 4 )
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING (Branch Code 04)
CIVIL ENGINEERING (Branch Code 05)
COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING (Branch Code 06)
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (Branch Code 07)
ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING (Branch Code 08)
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (Branch Code 11)
MATERIALS AND METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING (Branch Code 12)
MINING ENGINEERING (Branch Code 13)
PRODUCTION ENGINEERING (Branch Code 14)
TEXTILE ENGINEERING (Branch Code 15)
AGE:- Applicants should have attained the age of 17 (Seventeen) years on the date of his/her application for selection.
EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION:- Candidates shall have possessed an educational qualification recognized by the Council as given in the Institution Examinations Rules (Volume I).
ACADEMIC TRAINING:- Applicants shall, in the opinion of the Council, be making satisfactory progress in the acquisition of qualification for Corporate Membership.
SENIOR TECHNICIAN MEMBERS
AGE:- Applicants shall have attained the age of 18 (eighteen) years on the date of his/her application for selection or transfer, as the case may be.
EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION:- 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.
EXAMINATION:- Candidates should have 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.
[A] candidates who have passed an examination, as listed in the Part I of Appendix II (see Institution Examinations Rules -- Volume I), are 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.
The foreign engineering qualifications are not listed in Appendices II and III of the Institution Examinations Rules (Volume I) 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.
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