How to Become Associate Member of Institution of Engineers (India)-: The Institution of Engineers (India) provide various grade of membership, 10+2 pass out students to a post-graduate can be a member of Institution of Engineers (India). In this post i will Talk about how any one can be Associate member of the Institution of Engineers (India).
For becoming the Associate member of the Institution of Engineers, there are two scenarios:
Scenario 1:To be a Associate Member of Institution of Engineers (India)
You are either a Diploma Holder or 12th Pass, in this case you will have to register as a technician ( in case of 12th Pass) or a Senior Technician ( Diploma Holder) , for this fill the requisite form and approach your nearest state centre, there get it verified from any existing member ( you need to take your original certificates along). Thereafter you need to register for examination and pass the subjects as per trade chosen. Following is the flow chart for section A & Section B examination. Once you clear the section B, you will be enrolled as an Associate of the Institution of Engineers (AIE) and within few years you will be promoted to the Associate Member of the Institution of Engineers (AMIE). After this you can be promoted to FIE etc.
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Scenario 2:To be a Associate Member of Institution of Engineers (India)
You are a graduate Engineer, in this case the things are simple, simply enroll at the Institution of Engineers ( enrollment is similar as described in Scenario 1, you will need an exiting member to verify your credentials). Post registeration they will link you to the trade in which you are a graduate Engineer. You will start as an AIE and thereafter promote to AMIE.
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