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22nd November 2010, 06:57 PM
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Is AMIE a good option after Diploma in Civil Engineering?


i am studying in 3rd sem civil diploma. I want study amie after diploma. What i hav to do for joining amie. Is it a better choice?




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27th November 2010, 08:53 PM
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Default Re: Is AMIE a good option after Diplima in Civil Engineering?

Yes obiviously it is a better choice.beside jobs you can continue studies.some universities/institutes conducted condence B.E ,evening section.it takes 5 years to complete the B.E course.

For AMIE contact institutes of engineers india,Kolkata.http://www.ieindia.info/

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28th November 2010, 12:13 AM
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Yeah Its a great option

Yeah brother its a great option after diploma. If you didnt get into colleges offering degree after diploma than yeah AMIE is equally a better option. AMIE is a correspondance course which is considered to be equalvant to B.Tech/BE. You dont have to worry for jobs etc as you will get good jobs once you apply for them. You will even be eligible for Postgraduate exams like IAS,CAT.

AMIE is equivalent to B.Tech regular course Yeah you heard it right. AMIE is considered to be equal to BE/B.Tech degree. Government has passed this rule so cheers. You will get equally good jobs as the B.Tech/BE passouts from other colleges

Its a degree in the form of correspondence
You know that its a correspondence course so you must be really discliplined to study. So make a concrete decision

Its tougher than regular course but not that tough
Some say that its tough. But according to me nothing is though is to practice harder. So dont worry about it

Procedure on how to apply for AMIE

For complete details about the procedure you can check out this link.

http://www.indiastudychannel.com/res...procedure.aspx
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28th November 2010, 06:50 AM
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Default Re: Is AMIE a good option after Diploma in Civil Engineering?

hii

AMIE a good option after Diploma in Civil Engineering

Yeah its a great option after diploma. If you didnt get into colleges offering degree after diploma than yeah AMIE is equally a better option.


good luck.
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28th November 2010, 11:01 AM
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Default Re: Is AMIE a good option after Diploma in Civil Engineering?

first you should try to take admission in any regular institution. if you are unable to get admission there then go for AMIE.

AMIE is a good institution and choice is also is good. the degree from AMIE is almost equal to regular B.E/B.Tech degree. but it is a correspondence course. so you should first try for regular college.

job opportunity also good after studying from AMIE. so do not worry you may go for it.

best wishes.
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28th November 2010, 03:23 PM
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Default Re: Is AMIE a good option after Diploma in Civil Engineering?

hi!

Yes, of course AMIE is a good option after diploma in engineering.

AMIE is recognised by Government of India, AICTE and all Union States at par with B.E./B.Tech. Degree. AMIE course makes you a thoroughly competent Engineer and you can enter the profession as Professional Engineer.

AMIE course will make you employable for defense Services, Central government organisation like Railways, ISRO, DRDO, HAL, BHEL, BEML, NBCC, Bharat Electronics and many public sector organisations.

For details please visit the following website:
http://www.amieindia.net/
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9th December 2010, 09:12 PM
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I have done diploma in electrical engineering and post diploma in thermal power plant engineering from NPTI and pressently i am working in a thermal power plant. Please suggest me what should i do to better my career
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10th December 2010, 07:47 PM
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definitely friend , it would be better for you to go for AMIE because it is considered very good and degree provided by it is considered equivalent to b.tech.

so after perusing degree, you would be able to apply for job and believe me ,you will get job as well if you are talented.for more help visit this url-http://www.indiastudychannel.com/res...procedure.aspx

good luck
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10th December 2010, 07:50 PM
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which college i will join for correspondence AMIE in karnataka?I have complete the diploma at 2010 june,plz suggest me now.
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13th December 2010, 05:10 PM
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yes of course its a good option for joining the amie karnataka
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24th December 2010, 07:33 PM
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how to apply amie, where amie books are available, which place is conduct on examination center, Now iam working chidambaram cuddalore dist. please issue my problems.
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29th December 2010, 12:18 PM
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Is AMIE appllicable for bank jobs.Because many of them told amie is equl to be ,b.tech.I know b.e valid to bank jobs,but what about AMIE.............
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I was completed diploma in civil engineering at 2010, june. Can i doing b.tech ro equl in AMIE. plz help me.
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11th January 2011, 03:43 PM
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Default Re: Is AMIE a good option after Diploma in Civil Engineering?

Dear Friend,

Yes, AMIE is a good option after Diploma in Civil Engineering. You can do AMIE.

AMIE is equivalent to B.E.

You can do B.E. also after Diploma in Civil Engineering. You can join B.E. as a transfer course and course duration is 3 Years.

Both AIME & B.E. are equivalent, Choose any one, If you are interested to do AMIE then you can do. you are eligible to do AMIE after Diploma in Civil Engineering.

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12th January 2011, 02:23 PM
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IS AMIE EASY OR HARD
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15th January 2011, 11:47 AM
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I am completed diploma in civil engg. Now i want to do degree through amie. Some say that it is tough please suggestion
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18th January 2011, 11:16 AM
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I Think AMIE is a so good option.But nobody says about it's toughness.It provide a very tough course.I've completed my sec-A and I find it tough.You have to study very systemetically.Questions are brief and always demand your depth and creativity.You have to get atleast 50 out of 100 so you have to study hard.But when you get the success it gonna be a very good feeling for you.Cause you feel yourself a better person and engineer.
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please give contct number
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26th January 2011, 01:33 AM
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After completed amie.wht posible to make a ias cat mat.im ram from sgpj.civil finl year
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i have got grade c in three subjects and grade d in material science and technology ,though i referred and studuied it thoroughly.But still i am studying my level best to clear it off give me some suggestions how should i improve it more.
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i have completed diploma in computer engg. please tell me amie is approved by aicte
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17th March 2011, 01:35 AM
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anyone employed with AMIE cirtificate?

If yes,
-where?in india?
-which indurtry?
-what post?
-equalent b.tech grade?

Plz Reply,
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22nd March 2011, 05:30 PM
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Which distance course is hard aesi or amie?
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13th April 2011, 08:21 PM
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i want to apply for amie But there is no application forms In amie Bangalore .what to do please if you have any suggestion please mail to [email protected]
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14th April 2011, 02:30 PM
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first you should try to take admission in any regular institution. if you are unable to get admission there then go for AMIE.

AMIE is a good institution and choice is also is good. the degree from AMIE is almost equal to regular B.E/B.Tech degree. but it is a correspondence course. so you should first try for regular college.

job opportunity also good after studying from AMIE. so do not worry you may go for it.
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can we apply govt.form by amie
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i want to pursue postgraduate degree in M.E(electrical) and i'm confused about PART III of course i,e thesis work at BITs pilani. can somebody please guide me regarding the duration of course and is it compulsary to stay at pilani to complete the thesis or can i complete the course through correspondence.
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what would be the admission process of A.M.I.E?
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IF THERE GOOD PERCENTAGE IN DIPLOMA REQUIRE TO TAKE AMIE?

CAN I TAKE MBA MCA MTEC AFTER COMPLETE MY AMIE?
PLS REPLYYYYYYY
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what are subjects in AMIE for civil engineering?????
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i am studying in 3rd sem civil diploma. I want study amie after diploma. What i hav to do for joining amie. Is it a better choice?
for detailed info www.amieindia.in
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i am applying to amie . i have completed diploma in civil engineering. is good amie ?
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i m zargmam haider .m diploma holder in civil eng from iase .what i have to do for joining amie ,plz send information [email protected]
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amie is easy or hard than B.tech or Be
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6th September 2011, 08:55 PM
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Hii,
I have done Diploma in Computer Technology. I want to ask whether AMIE is a part time or full time.and what are its fees????
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Dear friends,

I have done AMIE, I request you not to do AMIE because,

1.AMIE is consider to be correspondence course and TOP MNC will not recognize it.
2.We will not get good score compared to B.E holder (Sice it is ver tough) so we will not get M.Tech in good colleges.
3.Getting pass in first attempt is very difficult, very rare to see such kind of person,not able to do in 4 years.

Instead doing regular courses like BSC is better. This is my experiance
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I am a student of 3sem civil engineering and want to say that how we can get amie degree..
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hi i have completed my diploma in civil engg.how to apply and where in hyderabad for amie plz reply to [email protected]
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30th November 2011, 07:50 PM
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DEAR FRIENDS,

AMIE is a good institution and choice is also is good. the degree from AMIE is almost equal to regular B.E/B.Tech degree. but it is a correspondence course. so you should first try for regular college.

job opportunity also good after studying from AMIE. so do not worry you may go for it.

THANKS
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30th November 2011, 08:21 PM
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yes its a good choice some universities have a scheme that you can complete your AMIE degree with your job continuing.for more informations you can take help of hhttp://www.amie.com
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which is a better option AMIE or b.tech
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im a amie student..in my view. btech is the better option,bcos 4 the complition of amie,more hardwork is needed than btech.. and im working 4 it.
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Re:PREETI
Is AMIE a good option after Diploma in Electronics Engineering? please suggest me by the mail [email protected]
And how to apply for it.
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I am studying in 5th sem. Civil diploma . I want study amie after diploma .what i have to do for joining amie . Is it a better choice ?
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11th February 2012, 05:57 PM
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Dear aspirant,

Between AMIE and Btech I would prefer BTech.
Most of the industries prefer BTech graduates over AMIE.
Also AMIE graduates are not allowed for teaching.
Even in IT industries AMIE is not preffered.
Although AMIE is considered equivalent for BTech, in AMIE most of the time you will not get good teachers and so your learning is hampered. Hence go for BTech course.

All the Best.
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is amie is better than degree
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29th April 2012, 01:27 PM
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AMIE is equivalent to B.Tech regular course Yeah you heard it right. AMIE is considered to be equal to BE/B.Tech degree. Government has passed this rule so cheers. You will get equally good jobs as the B.Tech/BE passouts from other colleges
Its a degree in the form of correspondence You know that its a correspondence course so you must be really discliplined to study. So make a concrete decision
Its tougher than regular course but not that tough Some say that its tough. But according to me nothing is though is to practice harder. So dont worry about it.
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What is the duration & conditions of AMIE? Pls say me..
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Default Re: Is AMIE a good option after Diploma in Civil Engineering?

BETTER CHOICE OTHER THAN AMIE IN LESS DURATION
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After AMIE we can do Mpsc and Upsc...?
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