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Full form of AMIE: Here, we are going to learn about the AMIE, full form of AMIE, overview, exams, usages, etc.
Submitted by Anushree Goswami, on December 05, 2019

AMIE: Associate Member of the Institution of Engineers

AMIE is an abbreviation of Associate Member of the Institution of Engineers. The Institution of Engineers India Limited (IEIL) provides this professional certification. This degree plays a significant role for students who are not capable to pursue a regular engineering degree from a Technical University of Engineering College in India. The most significant streams of engineering like Electronics, Mechanical and Computer Science comprised in the degree of engineering which considered equivalent to the certification of AMIE. A student can go for a Master's Degree from any renowned university if he will complete this certification of AMIE. He can also get a job in a variety of government or private sector companies in his field of specialization.

In this certification of AMIE, the membership is classified into two categories which are in the following points,

  1. Technician Member:
    With at least 45% minimum aggregate, its minimum criteria is to pass the 12th standard in the certification of AMIE.
  2. Senior Technician Member:
    For becoming a senior technician member, there are two obligatory qualifications held in the certification of AMIE.

Note: It is valid by the council that the candidate's age must be at a minimum of 18 years and the candidate should have a diploma or degree in technology or engineering.

AMIE full form

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AMIE Exams

In summer and winter or in June and December correspondingly, the exams of AMIE are held two times in a year.

In the Technical Journal, the date and detail information of the exam is released. The IEIL has classified the exam into two sections; which are Section A and Section B.

  • Section A is compulsory for all the candidates.
  • In Section B, the candidate is generally assumed to opt for a particular branch of engineering program which the candidate wants to pursue. The candidate can appear for Section B after passing section A and if he passes at the minimum 5 papers of Section B, he becomes qualified for the Laboratory experiments. The project work includes 10 papers; six mandatory and three not obligatory.

Usage

AMIE is completely equivalent to the graduation degree in engineering; even a certified student also can opt for the examinations like,

  • Civil services
  • Indian engineering services (IES)
  • Graduate Record Examinations (GRE)
  • Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE)
  • Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT)
  • Common Admission Test (CAT)
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