candidate desirous of taking up the Graduateship (AMIETE) Examination
should have passed 10+2 examination with Physics & Maths conducted
by a recognised Board of Education or possessing qualification of any
3 year Diploma course in Engineering / Technology covering subjects of
Maths and Physics to 10+2 level and working experience in relevant
field or studying for higher qualification with
physics/electrical/electronics/computer field. Candidates applying for
studentship for AMIETE examination shall not be less than 16/18 years
of age for 10+2/Diploma holders respectively.
candidate is required to enroll himself/herself as a student member
before he/she becomes eligible for appearing in AMIETE examination.
The enrollment fee and other conditions are listed in Regulations
and Syllabi for AMIETE examinations.
PERIOD OF MEMBERSHIP
Student member shall be allowed to appear in the AMIETE Examination
only after he/she has enrolled as a Student member with the Institution.
Only those Student members who get enrolled on or before 31st
August and 28/29th February will be allowed to appear in
the next AMIETE Examination, held in December and June respectively.
Such membership should be current at the time of submitting the
examination application form.
student membership will be valid for 10 consecutive examinations from
the date of enrollment. Thereafter, the student members not completing
their AMIETE Examination are to seek re-enrollment by remitting
applicable amount before or immediately after the expiry of the
membership period to continue their membership to enable them to
appear in the remaining papers and complete AMIETE. Any examination
chance not availed by a student due to whatsoever reason will be
counted within 10 examinations.
LIMIT TO COMPLETE AMIETE
A student is required to complete AMIETE Examination within 2 enrollment periods from the date of initial enrollment. The student will, therefore, be permitted to seek only one renewal of membership. Renewal is to be applied for before or immediately after the expiry of initial enrollment with continuity of enrollment maintained by the student. Any delayed enrollment entailing missed chances will be counted towards total number of examinations and no relaxation in this regard will be permissible. If the request for renewal is made after the stipulated period of 2 enrollments, admission will be treated as a fresh enrollment and no benefit in terms of exemptions in respect of subject(s) passed or exempted during the earlier enrollment will be granted. Students must renew their membership in time, otherwise they will not be allowed to appear in the AMIETE examination.
examination is divided in two Sections with 20 theory papers and a
project work. Each
Section is divided in two parts viz. Part-I and Part-II.
The distribution of subjects is as under:
FOR APPEARING IN SECTION B PAPERS
A candidate can appear in all the ten papers of Section A in first attempt. However, a student can only appear in papers of Section B provided he/she has passed at least seven papers of Section A with an aggregate of 50% marks and has cleared his / her Lab Practice I examination.
Similarly, a student can only appear for elective papers of Section B provided he/she has passed at least 14 papers of Section A & B with an aggregate of 50% marks and cleared his / her Lab practice II examination.
PRACTICE EXAMINATION FOR ASSESSMENT OF PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE
An AMIETE student is required
to clear two practical oriented tests viz. Lab Practice I & II
examinations during the course of AMIETE Examinations.
Practice I Examination
become eligible for Lab Practice I Examination, a candidate should
Lab Practice II Examination
eligible for Lab Practice II examination, a candidate should have:
passed at least 14 theory papers of Section A & B with an
aggregate of 50% marks.
gained an additional one-year & half of practical
experience after his/her first appearance for Lab Practice-I
Lab Practice examinations will be through viva voce and practical test
based on the list of experiments listed in respective Syllabi.
Performance in Lab Practice Examination will be assessed by the
Regional Evaluation Board (REB) set up at each examination centre.
Practice examinations are held immediately after the main examinations
in Jun/ Dec every year. A student is required to appear in Lab
Practice examination from the same centre where he/she appeared in the
main examination. Result of Lab Practice examination in respect of
candidates appearing from any other Centre will not be accepted unless
prior approval of IETE HQ has been obtained.
Candidates are to apply to their local examination centre for REB assessment with a bank Draft of Rs.200/- in favour of Chairman, local IETE centre.
EXEMPTION OF LAB PRACTICE - I
belonging to the following categories are exempted from Lab Practice-I
exam of ET stream:
Candidates having diploma (3-year course) qualification in Computer
Engg field are exempted from Lab Practice I exam of CS/IT stream.
Such students should seek for Lab Practice-I exemption while applying for main examination and paying exemption fee of Rs 250/-. They are also required to gain one year of practical experience and pass at least 7 papers of Section A before being eligible for Section B papers.
project work can be taken up only after clearing 14 compulsory papers of
Section A & B. Such eligible students are required to submit their
project applications to their Local centre with brief write up of the
intended project, bio-data of their guide, guides willingness letter
to supervise the project along with a draft of Rs 1000/- as project fee.
The Project applications should be submitted so as to reach the
Local centre by 20 Oct/20 April.
project work will be assessed by an Assessment Board. Pass marks for the
project will be 50%. Students
not getting 50% marks will be required to re-register for the project
following the usual procedure. The
students will have the option of taking up a new project or continue
with the earlier project. No joint project is permissible. (For full
details see respective Syllabi)
are granted in various paper(s) depending on the subject(s) cleared by
the candidate by actually passing the subject(s) and successfully
completing the examination/curriculum which includes these subjects from
a recognized Institution/ College/University and approved by the
of accepted qualifications for exemption from various papers of AMIETE
examination are given separately in the detailed syllabi of each stream.
Exemptions if eligible are not to be taken for `granted but
must be asked for.
including that of Lab Practice where applicable, should be applied for
through the exam application form along with a fee of Rs 250/ per
subject, enclosing attested copies of relevant certificates and mark
sheets of all semesters. Grant of exemption will be intimated to the
concerned candidates through the result sheets of that examination.
Student Member successfully completing Section A&B subjects and
project work of AMIETE Examination as per regulations prescribed by the
Council from time to time shall be awarded a certificate of having
passed the AMIETE examination of the Institution. The pass marks for
AMIETE Examination is 40% in individual subject (except Project &
Lab Practice) with an aggregate of 50% marks with other conditions/norms
as laid down by the Institution. Pass
marks for Project & Lab Practice Examination is 50%.
to appear in any of the subjects of the AMIETE Examination must be made
on the prescribed Examination Form and accompanied by the requisite
examination fee. General Instructions for filling Examination
Applications are given in the Syllabus. No action will be taken on an
incomplete application. Students are advised to ensure that they have
filled all the columns and have enclosed relevant documents. Further,
change of subjects, once opted will not be allowed.
are to submit their Examination Application form along with the fee
given in the syllabus. The fee may get revised from time to time and the
students are required to submit their application form along with the
latest fee structure in force. Examination fees once paid are neither
refundable nor transferable to a subsequent examination on any account.
DATE FOR RECEIPT OF EXAMINATION APPLICATION
last dates for receipt of Examination Applications at the IETE HQ office
for June and December examinations is 25 April and 25 October
respectively or as notified separately.
After these dates, Examination Applications will be considered up
to 5 May and 5 November with late fee of Rs.300/-. Any
application received beyond these dates will be rejected, irrespective
of date of bank draft for the fee.
The examination schedule is 15-22 June and 15-22 December and will be conducted on all days including holidays and Sundays. The sequence of the papers of exams is listed in respective Syllabi.
Cards will be sent to all the candidates to reach them by about 30th
of May/November. In the
case of non-receipt of Admit-Card by these dates, the candidate must get
in touch with the Examination Centre & IETE HQ and obtain permission
to sit in the examination. No
complaint in respect of non-receipt of Admit Card will be entertained
once the Examination is over.
At present the Examination centres are listed below :-
Examination centre once
opted will not be changed.
of the examinations will be announced on 25 September/25 March for the June and December Examinations respectively and
communicated to the candidates through Result Sheets separately.
Result will also be available on IETE Website (www.iete.org).
of marks, if requested, can be got done by paying Rs.100/- (US$10) per
subject. Requests for
recounting of marks must be received within 30 days from the date of
announcement of results on a
separate application. There
is no provision for re-evaluation.
A candidate while pursuing AMIETE may appear for improvement in any number of papers and avail any number of chances irrespective of marks previously obtained. If the candidate secures lower marks than already secured, the original marks will hold good. Fee for improvement is Rs 250/- per paper. No improvement of marks is allowed in AMIETE Lab Practice examination and project work. Further, no improvement of marks is allowed in any subject after a student has successfully completed AMIETE.
FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE
awards have been instituted to give incentive to student members for
high level of performance in the AMIETE Examinations.
Details of awards are listed in respective Syllabi.
Institution of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineers (IETE)
neither recognises nor accepts affiliations of any private coaching
AMIETE by state governments/universities/institutions is listed in
with IETE HQ
correspondence must be addressed to the Secretary General of the
Institution by designation and not by name.
are advised to intimate their change
of address to IETE HQ immediately,
quoting their Membership Number, complete address with Pin Code.
in respect of legal cases concerning IETE HQ will be as per bye-law 95
of the Institution which is reproduced below: -
All Legal cases concerning IETE HQ shall lie within
jurisdiction of Delhi courts only
INSTRUCTIONS FOR AMIETE EXAMINATION
Candidate must read carefully the following information and
instructions before filling in the prescribed application form for
The Institution reserves the right to reject incomplete or
illegible application without any reference to the candidate.
The last date for receipt of Application Form of AMIETE
Examination at the IETE HQ office is 25 October/25 April for
December/June Examination or as notified separately.
After this date, applications will be considered upto 5
November/5 May with late fee of Rs 300/-.
A candidate appearing in Part I of Section B and Electives of
Section B must fulfill practical experience requirement.
A copy of Lab Practice-I&II Result should be attached with
the application form when applying for first time for Part I of Section
B and Electives of Section B papers irrespective of the fact that they
were submitted earlier.
To avoid delay in processing of applications only the fee
concerning exam (i.e. Exam Fee, late fee) and membership fee should be
sent along with the Examination application form. Remittance towards
other requirement should be sent separately with specific instructions.
Examination fee once paid is neither refundable nor adjustable towards a
Separate application for recounting should reach IETE HQ office
within one month of declaration of result.
Recounting fee should not
be combined with any other type of fee.
Candidate should clearly mention the Examination Centre and code
at which he/she desires to appear for IETE examination.
No application for change of Examination Centre will be
entertained except in an exceptional case.
While seeking exemption in papers, attested copies of
qualification certificates and mark sheets are required to be submitted
along with exemption fee.
Exemptions are not granted in parts.
Requests of exemptions for subjects other than those listed
should not be made.
Photograph (3.5x3.5 cm exact) not more then three months old of
the candidate is required to be pasted on the application form and
should be attested by a Govt Gazetted Officer or a Corporate Member of
The candidate should ensure that the photograph is properly
attested, dated and stamped.
The name and address of the officer attesting the photo must be
Candidate should send only the attested copies of certificates
along with the application form.
Original documents are not required, unless specifically asked
In case of non-receipt of Admit Card by 30th of March/November,
candidates are advised to contact IETE HQ and Examination Centre and
obtain permission to sit in the examination.
No complaint in respect of non-receipt of Admit Card will be
entertained once the exam is over.
Candidates are advised to contact Examination Superintendent at
their Centre for any unforeseen changes in the Examination programme.
Fee will be paid by crossed bank draft in favour of Secretary
General, IETE, payable at New Delhi.
Name and Membership No. of
the applicant should be written on the backside of the draft.
If a candidate is found to have resorted to, or made attempts to
resort to UNFAIR MEANS pertaining to an examination, the Council or the
delegated authority may, on
receipt of a report to the effect and after its own investigation, take
action against the candidate concerned as deem fit.
In addition the Superintendent of examination has absolute powers
to expel the candidate from the examination hall if, in his opinion, the
candidate has adopted unfair means in connection with the examination.
Any correspondence required to be made in connection with exam
applications should contain membership number, name & address of the