AMIE aspirants are at crossroads—whether to continue/discontinue AMIE in the present scenario?

 
A lot of AMIE aspirants are at cross roads—whether to continue/discontinue AMIE in present scenario when fresh AMIE admissions and re-registration are suspended till further orders. The case is being fought in Delhi High Court and nobody knows the outcome. The social media is full of rumours which are void of substance.

Under such a backdrop, a million-pound question is—should an AMIE aspirant, who is eligible to continue his AMIE, should stop or appear in whatever semesters left. Remember, stopping doing AMIE now may lead to loss of money and your hard core efforts. AMIE is still the cheapest option with so many advantages. You might have to spend many times more money joining AMIE in new protocol and with number of subjects almost double and practicals as many as 40!

In our opinion, they must continue with it and try to finish their AMIE at the earliest. There is no harm in doing so as it is the lowest cost option for working aspirants. It would work as a fixed deposit—will benefit you in long run.

IEI president already indicated in an interview few months ago that IEI is trying to convert its continuing education wing in Hyderabad “The Engineering Staff College of India” into a University. It has already got approval by AICTE and CEA. Moreover, inside sources from IEI has already indicated that they are trying their best to bailout students from 2013 to the date when admissions were put on hold. Further, re-registrations were also put on hold. He is very optimistic to win this legal battle.
 
 
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