AMIE-India is an e-learning initiative for Institution of Engineers, involving hundreds of Engineers all over the country.


Associate Membership of Institution of Engineers (AMIE) offer various engineering degree courses to those students who are unable to pursue these through regular courses in engineering colleges. For admission to AMIE's engineering degree courses an entrance test is conducted by Institution of Engineers, India (IEI). The courses of AMIE are generally equivalent to B.E/B.Tech courses of AICTE/ government of India/ other states.


AMIE offer various engineering degree programmes in two sections – section A and section B.
Section A
Course coming under Section A is further divided into Diploma and Non-Diploma Stream as mentioned below.
Diploma Stream (For Senior Technician Members)
  • Engineering Mathematics
  • Material Science
  • Elements of Electrical Engineering and Electronics
  • Elements of Computer Science
  • Society, Environment and Engineering
Non Diploma Stream (For Technician Members)
  • Mathematics I
  • Mathematics II
  • Engineering Drawing and Graphics
  • Electrical Science
  • Mechanical Science
  • Natural Science
  • Material Science and Processes
  • Fundamentals of Electronics and Instrumentation
  • Computer System and Data Analysis
  • Engineering, Environment and Society
Section B
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Electronics and Communications Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Metallurgical and Material Science Engineering
  • Mining Engineering
  • Production Engineering
  • Textile Engineering

There are two types of eligibility criteria for AIME membership: One for the Technician Membership and other one for the Senior Technician Membership.   Eligibility for Technician Membership Directly candidates can become technician …

Pattern of AMIE Examinations are divided into two sections: Section A & Section B. Sections A & B examinations of the institution are held twice a year, generally in June and in December and are termed as summer and winter …

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