AMIE is a B.Tech level examination in engineering, recognized by all State Governments, Central Govt., AICTE, UPSC etc as equivalent to B.E/B.Tech. That means, those who pass AMIE examination will get equal opportunities for job as well as higher education in both Govt. and private sectors, just like a B.E or B.Tech holder. The Institution of Engineers (India), the largest multidisciplinary body of engineers in the country is the authority that prepares syllabus, conducts examination and issue certificates etc. of AMIE.
You can become a graduate engineer, studying at your spare time.
Get same qualification as B.E/B.Tech Recognised by Government as well as Private sector.
Try GATE/M.Tech/Better job after AMIE.
No regular College study, No Attendence, Least expensive
Another feature of AMIE is its flexibility in completion time.
Apart from conventional courses, the AMIE doesn’t have a fixed ‘completion time’.
However 6 years are available for clearing all Section A subjects and another 6 years for completing Section B.
However, with systematic study one can complete the course in minimum time.
This is how it works:- In one semester a student can appear for maximum 4 subjects.
If a student appears and clears maximum number of subjects in each attempt then he can clear AMIE in minimum time
|The syllabus of AMIE examination is more or less similar to B.E/B.Tech. But the total number of subjects to be studied in AMIE is very less.|
|The AMIE syllabus has two parts:- Section A and Section B (similar to First year , Second year etc. of any formal degree course).|
|Those who join for AMIE must pass all subjects in Section A first, thereafter he should study Section B.|
|In Section A we study subjects which are fundamental to engineering.|
|In section B, we make in-depth study in our chosen branch of engineering.|
|When a student clears all subjects in both sections A and B, he is said to have passed A.M.I.E examination and becomes a qualified graduate engineer.|
|A diploma holder need to study only 4 subjects in Section A. Following are the subjects in Section A
Material Science and Engineering
Computing and Informatics
Society and Environment
Fundamentals of Design and Manufacturing