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PROSPECTUS REGARDING POSTAL SUPPORTED PROGRAM OF ENGINEERING DEGREE COURSE RECOGNISED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA AND COMMONWEALTH COUNTRIES AT PAR WITH B.E. / B.Tech IN ENGINEERING KARNATAKA REGIONAL INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING Dalvoy High School Building, Behind Mysore City Corporation Mysore, Karnataka, India – 570 024 Phone: 0821-2446377, Cell: 099806 14663, 094480 54652 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org website: www.krie.org CONTENTS 1. Examination Centres 2. About Engineering & Engineer 3. Details of Course 4. List of Exemptions 5. Syllabus of AMIETE Section A & Section B 6. Practicals 7. Rules & Regulation 8. Recognition 9. Fee Structure AMIETE EXAMINATION CENTRES IN INDIA Ahmedabad Aligarh Bangalore Allahabad Mumbai Dehradun Calcutta Bhubaneshwar Chandigarh Pilani Delhi Imphal Guwahati Cochin Hyderabad Mysore Jaipur Visakhapatnam Kanpur Jammu Lucknow Bhopal Chennai Nagpur Patna Noida Pune Nasik Vijayawada Mhow Thiruvananthapuram Palakad Jabalpur Vadodara AMIETE EXAMINATION CENTRES IN ABROAD Abhudhabi Kathmandu ABOUT ENGINEERING Vinci (1452-1519) was military engineer to the Duke of Milan for 18 Engineering is the art of utilising the years and Galileo (1564-1643) was the great sources of power in nature for Professor of Physics and Military the benefit, convenience and survival Engineering. It may be surmised that of mankind. In its modern form, „Engineer‟ (ingenium) was the title in engineering involves men, money, Italy for those who carried out military materials, machines and energy. It is activities like building war machines differentiated from science in that it is and fortifications. primarily concerned with how to direct the discoveries of pure science to The word „engineer‟ may well useful and economical ends and have originated from the fact that formulated acceptable theories and these people developed the technical practices from them. Engineering, aids of warfare and defence which therefore, demands the creative were then known as „ingenia‟. imagination and originally to innovate However, in Italy, surveyors and canal useful applications of natural builders were also called „ingeniaril‟. phenomena. It continuously seeks Towards the end of the 17th Century, newer and novel, cheaper and better the term „ingerieur‟ had been means of using unfathomable riches of suggested as a professional title for natural sources of energy and scientifically trained technicians. materials. But perhaps the most apt and India has become one of the general conception of and engineer advanced country in various fields of has been given by H.R. Palmer in Engineering and Technology in the 1818 when he says that an engineer is world particularly in the recent years it a mediator between the Philosopher has achieved industrial revolution and the working mechanic, and like an through various National Plans and interpreter between two foreigners, he Projects. Hence there are must understand the language of both. requirements for well qualified and Hence, there is the absolute necessity trained technicians are still in need for of his possessing both practical and different lines of Engineering theoritical knowledge. Technology. “KARNATAKA REGIONAL INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING” is in ABOUT AN ENGINEER the service of educating the interested candidates in the technological line. Historical records reveal that The prime object of the Institute is to Darius I, King of Parsia (521-485 BC), impart right system of technical employed Mandrocies of Samos to education by creating confidence at bridge the Boshrous with boats so that every stage by highly experienced his army might march against the faculty at most reasonable fee. The Scythians. Alexander‟s army included various courses are offered for the surveyors like Baeton, Diognetus, benefits of students as full time / part Philonides and Callisthenes. time / postal supported program. Archimedes (287-212 BC) acted as military adviser to Kind Hero. During AMIETE: (Associate the medieval period, Leonardo da Membership of Institute of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineers) B is recognised by the Government of (formerly the Institution of India, all the State Governments Telecommunication Engineers (IETE) almost all the Universities in India as was founded in the year 1953 for equivalent to B.E. / B.Tech in promoting the general advancement of Electronics and Telecommunication telecommunication and electronics in Engineering. India and to facilitate exchange of information and ideas in a field which AMIETE passed candidates can has revolutionised the economics of register as Commonwealth Engineers nations throughout the world and for Conference. They can get professional interaction amogst professional certificate to practice in India and engaged in industry, Education abroad. Many universities have institutions, R&D laboratories and approved AMIETE for the purpose of Government Departments. higher studies like M.E/M.Tech., M.Sc. (Engg), etc. Extracts of recognitions AMIETE and its activities already granted to AMIETE AMIETE is the National Apex Examination (formerly termed as Grad. Professional Body of Electronics and IETE Examination) by different Telecommunication Engineers headed Govts/Universities / Institutions are by a council and has about 40,000 given in Last page. Actions have been members from all levels and initiated to get recognition from all the disciplines in these fields in India and Universities in India and abroad. abroad. It confers professional status by way of admitting such persons, as To have AMIETE one must may be qualified, to various classes of pass examination in two parts. They membership such as Honorary are Section A and Section B. Fellows. Distinguished Fellows, Fellows, Members, Associate KRIE conducts best Members, Diploma Members and “Coaching Classes” along with Student Members, Sustaining Donor practical for AMIETE very Membership is also open to public / successfully since 1988. Private Sector Companies, Institutions, R&D Laboratories and Government Organisations. Presently, there are 23 local centres and 6 sub centres located all over India and the Institution has reciprocal arrangements with similar professional bodies in the country and abroad. AMIETE endeavors to respond the needs of fast changing and emerging technologies and strengthens the cause and competence of the profession by enabling involved in it to keep abreast with the technological frontiers. The AMIETE conducts examination biannually in Section A and B. The passing of Sections A and DETAILS OF THE COURSE Duration of Section A : 2 years (including practicals) Duration of Section B : 2 Years (including practicals) Timings : Day / Evening / Postal supported Program Eligibility : Pass in P.U.C./Intermediates/H.S.C. with PCM or Pass in B.Sc. with PCM or Polytechnic Diploma Recognized by D.T.E. or Passed B.Sc. (Electronics) or Passed one year examination of BE, B.Tech. etc. SUBJECTS OF AMIETE (CS) SECTION A AND SECTION B SECTION A Part I AE 51 Engineering Mathematics-I AE 52 C&Data Structures AE 53 Electronic Devices & Circuits AE 54 Linear ICs & Digital Electronics AE 55 Principles of Electrical Engineering AE 91 Analog Electronics Lab Part II AE 56 Engineering Mathematics-II AE 57 Signals & Systems AE 58 Materials & Processes AE 59 Circuit Theory & Design AE 60 Instrumentation & Measurements AE 61 Control Engineering AE 92 Digital Electronics Lab All the students have to pass a course in “Communication Skills & Technical Writing” which will not be counted for the overall percentage SECTION B Part I AE 62 Operations Research & Engineering Management AE 63 Electromagnetics & Radiation Systems AE 64 Telecommunication Switching Systems AE 65 Analog Communications AE 66 Microprocessors & Microcontrollers AE 93 P & C Programming Lab Part II AE 67 Digital Communications AC 68 Embedded Systems Design Elective – I Elective - II AE 94 Analog & Digital Communications Lab AE 69 Project Work AE 70 Seminar For Electives I & II, students can chose any two of the following elective subjects AE 71 Data Communication & Computer Networks AE 72 Microwave Theory & Techniques AE 73 Information Theory & Coding AE 74 VLSI Design AE 75 Optoelectronics & Communication AE 76 Wireless & Mobile Communications AE 77 DSP AE 78 Radar & Navigational Aids AE 99 Communication Skill & Technical Writing The detailed syllabus AMIETE will be given once the candidate is admitted ABOUT POSTAL SUPPORTED PROGRAM AMIE / AMIETE or Dip.IETE are not correspondence courses. They are meant for the people who are working or who are intend to work, unable to attend the regular classes can study through Postal Supported Program. The practicals and projects can be done at their working places anywhere in the world. The certificate and markscard are issued directly by the Premier National Bodies like IE(I), IETE, etc. These certificates are very valid and recognized at par with B.E. degree in the respective branch of engineering and similarly, Diploma is also recognized at par with 3 years polytechnic diploma. After completion of AMIE / AMIETE, one can pursue their further studies like M.E./M.Tech anywhere in Indian Universities or other Universities in the world. RECOGNITION GRANTED TO AMIETE BY GOVT.OF INDIA GOVERNMENT OF INDIA Ministry of Scientific Research and Cultural Affairs (Now Ministry of HRD) O.M. No. F.18.62.57.T.5 dated 24th June 1959 Sub: Recognition of Technical and Professional Qualifications The undersigned is directed to say that the Government of India on the recommendations of the Board of Assessment for Technical and Professional Qualifications, have decided that a pass in the *Graduate Membership Examination of the **Institution of Telecommunication Engineers (India) be recognized for purposes of recruitment to superior posts and services under the Central Government. sd/- D.V.Narasimhan Deputy Educational Adviser (Tech.) *Now renamed as AMIETE ** now known as The Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers RECOGNITION OF TECHNICAL AND PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS GOVERNMENT OF INDIA Ministry of Education & Social Welfare (Department of Education) O.M. No. F.18.13/73 T2 dated 26th June 1975 Addressed to all Ministries, Departments of the Government of India, State Governments In continuation of Ministry‟s O.M. No. 18-94/61-T2, dated 17th December 1969, this is to inform that on the recommendations of the Board of Assessment for Educational Qualifications, the Government of India decided that a pass in the examinations of Indian Professional bodies / Institutions partly by exemption and partly by examination would continue to be treated as recognized for purposes of recruitment of superior post and services under the Central Government. sd/- V.R.Reddy Deputy Educational Adviser (T) RECOGNITION OF GRADUATESHIP EXAMINATION BY UPSC (Extract of the Press Note regarding the recognition of Technical and Professional Qualification for the purpose of Admission to the IAS etc and other examinations conducted by the Union Public Service Commission for Recruitment to Non-Technical Service and posts under the Central Government.) Vide letter No. F.17/2/76(b) dated 31st December,1977, the Union Public Service Commission have decided that professional and technical qualifications such as a pass in Section A and B of the AMIETE Graduateship Examination of Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers, etc which are recognized by the Government as equivalent to degree in engineering for purpose of recruitment to superior services/pots under the Central Government should also be recognized for purposes of admission to competitive examinations conducted by them for recruitment to non technical services/posts (viz IAS etc Assistant‟s Grade and Combined Defense Service Examination) for admission to which a degree of recognized university or equivalent has been prescribed as the basic educational qualification. RECOGNITION OF AMIETE BY MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS No. E(NG)/11/90/RR-1/15 New Delhi, dated 05.12.1990 Subject: Recognition of the Grade IETE Examination (now AMIETE) The sub matter has been carefully considered by the Railway Board and it has been decided that professional and technical qualifications such as a pass in Section „A‟ and „B‟ of AMIETE Graduateship Examination of the Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers etc which are recognized by the Government as equivalent to degree in Engineering and for purpose of recruitment of Superior Services/Posts under the Central Government, should also be recognized for purposes of admission to competitive examinations conducted for recruitment to various posts on the Railways for admission to which an Engineering Degree of a Recognized University or equivalent has been prescribed as the basic educational qualification. Sd/- P L N Sarma Deputy Director Establishment (N) Railway Board, New Delhi Dated 05.12.1990 ELIGIBILITY OF AMIETE FOR APPEARING IN GATE The relevant extract from the GATE information brochure for eligibility of AMIETE for appearing in GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) which is the qualifying examination for admission to Master‟s degree course in Engineering and Technology conducted by the IIT‟s and the Indian Institute of Science is given below. „Those who have complete AMIETE or any other equivalent examinations recognized by the Union Public Service Commission for the purpose of employment are eligible to appear for this stream‟. In 1994 GATE authorities have declared that AMIETE students who complete Section A can also appear for the GATE examination from 1995. ASSOCIATION OF INDIAN UNIVERSITIES Letter from the Association of Indian Universities, New Delhi No. EV/II (515)/93/42311, June 10, 1993 The Secretary General The Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers 2, Institutional Area, Lodi Road, New Delhi – 110 003 Subject: Recognition of AMIETE Dear Sir, We thankful acknowledge your letter No. IETE/38/93 dated April 19, 1993 addressed to our Secretary General. We are happy to know that IETE the country‟s premier professional body devoted to progress in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering have conducted three examination of “C” Level (M.Tech Level) in Computer Science which carries the accreditation of the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India. We are also aware that AMIETE conducted by the Institution of is already recognized by the Govt. of India and is accepted by national level GATE. As IETE Examinations are recognized by Govt. of India, we do not foresee any difficulty in acceptance of the Institution at Indian Universities, on merits of admission to higher courses. We should be glad to write to any university in case of any difficulty of IETE graduates. Thank you, Yours faithfully Sd/- K.C.Kalra Deputy Secretary RECOGNITION BY GOVERNMENT OF INDIA STATE GOVERNMENTS/UNIVERSITIES/INSTITUTIONS The following State Governments/Universities/Institutions have recognised the Graduateship Examination AMIETE for the purpose of Recruitment to Superior Services / Posts / Higher Education. State Governments 1. Govt. of Kerala - Gazette No. 7 dt. 14 February 1978 Part I General administration (Rules Department) GO (P) No. 60/75 GAD. 2 Govt.of Karnataka - No. DPA 1388/SR-B/76 Mysore Government Secretariat 3. Govt.of Uttar Pradesh - Pravidhik Shiksha Vibhag, Lucknow (UP) No. 2031-F/89-18 dt. 01 April 1989. Office Memorandum 4. Govt. of Haryana - 1297-Edu-II-4E-76/34226 dt. 20.10.1976 5. Govt. of Nepal - Nepal Public Service Commission letter dated 10.05.1990 6. Govt. of Madras - G.O. No. 1970/Education dt.6.11.1971 Universities 1. Association of Indian Universities - No. EV/II (515)/93/42311 dt. 10.06.1993 2. Aligarh University - D No 147 dt. 04.02.1991 Dean, faculty of Engg., AMU, Aligarh (item No. 4 Minutes Equivalent Committee) 3. Anna University, Madras - Letter No. 26869/AA1/88 dt. 4.02.89 from the Registrar 4. Andhra University, Waltair - Letter No. LII(3)/19 15/90 dt.08.07.1992 5. Amaravati University - Gazette Notification No. 6/1992 dt.14th May 1992 6. Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi - No. IT/ACD/GEN/VI – 7/689 dt. 21.09.1994 7. Bharatidasan University, - No. 10656/D2/93 dt. 28.10.1993 Tiruchirapalli 8. Bombay University, Mumbai - Letter No. E1/C/8155 dt. 22 November, 1988 from the Registrar 9. Calcutta University - Resolution No. 319/75 Secy dt. 10.06.1991 10. Cochin University of Science and - University Order No. AC, Technology A3/213559/84 dt. 05.09.1984 11. University of Indore (Now Devi - No. ACM-II (195)/79 dt. 11.01.1980 Ahilya Viswavidyalaya) 12. Goa University, Goa - No. GU/1/Recog/Engg/130/94 18259 dt. 09.12.1994 13. Gulbarga University, Gulbarga - Notification No. UOG/ACA/92- 93/2569 dt. 17.10.1992 14. Gurunanaik Dev University Amritsar - D.O. No. 3688 dt. 11.02.1986 15. HNB Garhwal University - No. UOG/Acad/92/2657 dt. 11.02.1992 16. Hyderabad University - Acad/U2/Recog/3941(1) dt. 23.08.1990 17. Indira Gandhi Nation Open - No. B.IV/6/(8)/93/1155 dt. 6.06.1993 University 18. Kakatiya University Warangal (AP) - No. 868/81/1985 dt. 26.07.1985 19. Kerala University, Trivandrum - No. Acad. AIII/3/3 300/94 dt.12.08.1994 20. Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra - No. ACM.II/267/92/32413 dt. 26.12.1992 21. Kuvempu University - No. KU/AC/BOS-I/2929/93-94 dt.28/29.07/1993 22. University of Madras - No. CR III/Recog/2029 dt. 23rd March 1978 23. Mother Teresa Women‟s University, - No. 2/EC/WU/R/1992 dt. 18.11.92 Chennai (Resolution No. 1992-113) 24. Mysore University - No. AC5/R5/407/87-88 dt. 28.05.91 25. Maharshi Dayanand University - Resolution No. 50 of 25.09.1989 Rohtak 26. Marathwada University - Ex/EQUI-Misc-41/89-90/50660-92 dt. 18.09.1989 27. Nagpur University - Exam/Recog/4276 dt. 05.09.1984 28. Pondicherry University - No. PU/Aca-2/3/5681 dt. 26.02.1993 29. Punjab University - No. 2724/GM dt. 03.12.1991 ST 996 dt 18.02.1986 30. Rani Durgavati Viswa Vidyalaya, - Notifications No. GS/89/66 Jabalpur 31. University of Roorkee (Now IIT, - No. Acd/1160/R-122 (Recog.) dt. Roorkee) 10.06.92 32. Sardar Patel University - DB/38 dt. 25.04.1994 33. Shivaji University, Kolhapur - Letter No. SU/Eligi/340 dt. 30 May 1989 34. Tribhuvan University Kathmandu, - Letter No. 107/041 dt. 31st July 1984 Nepal 35. Sri Venkateshwara (Tirupati) - Letter No. 27-826-C 1 (2)/89 dt. University 16.11.1989 36. Visva Bharati - No. G/D 43/163 dt. 13.11.1992 37. Bharathiar University, Coimbatore - No. 1603/B/2/95/Recog. dt. 18.09.1995 38. Bangalore University - No. ACA-I/R2/Prof. Course/AMIETE/96-97 dt. 28.01.1997 39. Sambalpur University - Notification No. 10420/Acad I dt. 10.07.1978 40. Bengal Engg College, Howrah - Notification – Admission to Post (Deemed University) Graduate Programme 1999-2000 41. GGS Indraprastha University, Delhi - No. F IPV-3/10(1)/99/6246 dt. 23/24- 10-2000 42. University of Jammu - Letter No. F Acad/V/122/2001/8548- 49 dt. 43. Gujarat University - No. Exam/3A/Eli/6370 / 2002 dt. 12.09.2002 44. UP Technical University, Lucknow - No. U.P.T.U./K.S.K./2003/1815 dt. 22.05.2003 10.03.2001 Institutions 1. Indian Institute of Science, - As per IISC advertisement Bangalore 2. Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi - BPGS/75/96/207 and Item No. 2 of the minutes of 38th Senate Meeting at 18.10.1975 3. Indian Institute of Technology, - Letter No. F/Acad/ACU/M2/86/658 dt. Chennai 17.06.1986 4. Indian Institute of Technology, - D-III/1-9/94/523 dt. 21.07.1994 Mumbai 5. Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad - Letter No. 29.6/2/AC/84 dt. 14.06.1984 6. Thapar Instt. of Engg. & Tech., - Letter No. EE/702/32 dt. 02 February Patiala 1990 7. Institution of Engineers(I) - Letter No. EEA/AD/7 dt. 29.04.1998 GOVERNMENT OF INDIA MINISTRY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY Department of Scientific & Industrial Reseasrch Technology Bhavan, New Mehrauli Road, New Delhi – 110 016 No. 11/274/92-TU-V (Registered) Dated: 4th October, 2006 The Secretary General The Institution of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineers 2, Institutional Area Lodhi Road New Delhi – 110 003 Sub: Renewal of recognition of Scientific and Industrial Research Organisations (SIROs) Dear Sir, This has reference to your application for renewal of recognition of The Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers, New Delhi, beyond 31.3.2006 by the Department of Scientific & Industrial Research under the scheme on Recognition of Scientific and Industrial Research Organisations (SIROs) – 1988. 2. This is to inform you that it has been decided to accord renewal of recognition to The Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers, New Delhi, from 01.04.2006 to 31.03.2009. The recognition is subject to terms & conditions mentioned overleaf. 3. Receipt of this letter may kindly be acknowledged. Yours faithfully, (R.R. Abhyankar) Scientist „G‟ FEE STRUCTURE FOR ABROAD Sl. No. Courses Admission fees Course fees Gross Total 1. AMIETE (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) Section – A (2 Years) Rs. 9,060/- Rs. 44,000/- Rs. 53,060/- Section – B (2 Years) Rs. 8,000/- Rs. 28,000/- Rs. 36,000/- Total fee for AMIETE/ET course is = 89,060/- which can be paid in two instalments 2. AMIETE (Computer Science & Engineering) Section – A (2 Years) Rs. 9,060/- Rs. 44,000/- Rs. 53,060/- Section – B (2 Years) Rs. 8,000/- Rs. 28,000/- Rs. 36,000/- Total fee for AMIETE/CS course is = 89,060/- which can be paid in two instalments Note : 1. The Life Membership Fees for each course is Rs. 5,000/- which has to be paid by the candidates only to the Headquarters. 2. The first instalment fee for AMIE / AMIETE is Rs. 50,000/- that can be paid through a DD or a Cheque drawn in favour of “Karnataka Regional Institute of Engineering” payable at Mysore.