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Re-registration & Premature Re-registration

After expiry of six years, you have to apply for AMIE re-registration

I'm quite confused over fixing 6 years term for re-registration. I mean, how to calculate this?

In case of Fresh membership 

Candidates, who are enrolled between 01 March and 31 August, their six years term is being considered from Winter session of current year. 

Similarly, candidates enrolled between 01 September and 31 December, their six years term is being considered from Summer session of next year; and 

the candidates enrolled between 01 January and 28 February their six years term is being considered from Summer session of current year. 

The expiry of registration will be effective after the declaration of results of the winter session of the corresponding year of expiry. 

Example: Suppose your date of election is September 15, 2019. Now six years period will be from 15-09-19 to 14-09-25. The expiry of registration will be effective after the declaration of results of the Winter 2025 session. You must apply soon after expiry of 6 years period to get another full 6 years. If you apply late, you will get only remaining time (and not full 6 years). 

Example: Suppose your date of election is March 15, 2019. Now six years period will be from 15-03-19 to 14-03-25. The expiry of registration will be effective after the declaration of results of the Winter 2025 session. You must apply soon after expiry of 6 years period to get another full 6 years. If you apply late, you will get only remaining time (and not full 6 years). 

Example: Suppose your date of election is February 15, 2019. Now six years period will be from 15-02-19 to 14-02-25. The expiry of registration will be effective after the declaration of results of the Winter 2025 session. You must apply soon after expiry of 6 years period to get another full 6 years. If you apply late, you will get only remaining time (and not full 6 years). 

In case of re-registration 

If you are applying for re-reregistration, your new 6 years will be counted from immediate next Summer. 

In case of Section B registration 

Immediate next semester after passing Section A

My date of election is before 01/06/2013. Why re-registration is better option for me instead of fresh membership?

You must definitely apply for re-registration if your membership date is before 01/06/2013 because in that case your AMIE will be considered as recognised. Why? Read this. However, the operation of the this letter on being challenged, decision has been stayed by the Hon’ble High  Court of Delhi, vide order dated 31/05/2013 based in writ petition bearing  W.P(C.) N.3790/2013 & CM Appl. 7079/2013 titled as IEI vs U.O.I & Ors. The  case is pending in the High Court of Delhi.

Who should apply for re-registration?

Prescribed period for passing Section A or Section B Examination is six years. If you would be unsuccessful in Section A or in Section B Examination after the expiry of six year period, you would be eligible to apply for Examination Re-registration as per rules.

I could not pass section A in prescribed 6 years? Should I apply for re-registration? What would happen to subjects I passed?

If you are unsuccessful to pass Section A Examination in six year, you shall be permitted to appear afresh in Section A Examination. Subject(s) exemption(s) secured during six years, if any, shall be forfeited. It means all pass subjects will be cancelled. You would be required to pass Section A Examination afresh as per the existing scheme.

You would be required to apply for re-registration with demand draft of Rs. 3,500/- in prescribed format.

To save you from all hurdles, you may join re-registration package.

I could passed section A in prescribed 6 years but could not pass Section B exam in stipulated 6 years (given for Section B separately)? Should I apply for re-registration? What would happen to subjects I passed?

If you have already passed Section A Examination but unsuccessful to pass Section B Examination in six years, you shall be permitted to appear afresh in Section B Examination in existing scheme retaining their Section A status. Subject(s) exemption(s) secured during six years, if any, shall be forfeited. It means all pass subjects will be cancelled. 

You would be required to apply for Registration of Section B on the prescribed proforma with a demand draft of ₹ 4,800/- (US $ 300 for overseas candidates), in addition to demand draft of Rs. 3,500/- for Examination Re-registration with filled-in prescribed format.

To save you from all hurdles, you may join re-registration package.

In Section B re-registration, would I be required to do project work and laboratory experiments again?

Yes. You would be required to do project work and the laboratory experiments afresh.

When should I apply for re-registration?

You are advised to apply for the same so as to reach at the IEI India office latest by April 10 and October 10, failing which you will not be eligible to appear in immediate Summer and Winter Examination, respectively.

Can I change my optional subjects while applying for re-registration in Section B!

Yes, you can. Just fill in new optional subjects in Section B registration form which is filled simultaneously with re-registration form for Section B.

When would I be permitted to apply for premature re-registration? 

You would be permitted to apply for pre-mature re-registration, after the expiry of five years of stipulated six years period when you have not sufficient time to pass the balance subjects of Section A/ Section B examination. 

I am in Section A. Can I apply for premature re-registration?

No. Candidates in Section A (Diploma) are not eligible to apply for premature re-registration.

I am in Section A (Non Diploma Stream). Can I apply for premature re-registration? I have passed only one subject in first five years.

If you have passed only one subject in Section A (Non-diploma) till the expiry of five years of stipulated six years period, then you are eligible to apply for premature re-registration.

I am in Section A (Non Diploma Stream). Can I apply for premature re-registration? I have passed three subjects in first five years.

If you have passed two or more subjects in Section A (Non-diploma) after the expiry of five years of stipulated six years period are not eligible to apply for premature re-registration.

I am in Section B and have not passed any subject even after expiry of five years. Can I apply for premature re-registration?

Candidates, who are unable to pass any subject in Section B till the expiry of five years of stipulated six years period, are eligible to apply for premature re-registration.

I am in Section B and have passed two subjects in first five years. Can I apply for premature re-registration?

No, You can't. You being passing one or more subject(s) in Section B after the expiry of five years of stipulated six years period are not eligible to apply for premature re- registration.

From when six years period will be counted in case of premature re-registration?

Six year period shall be counted from Summer examination of the year in which a you submit your application for this purpose.

Would status of my Section A subjects will remain unchanged when I apply for Section B premature re-registration?

Yes. Don't worry, for Section B candidates, pass status of Section A will remain unaltered.

How should I apply for premature re-registration?

Candidates are expected to apply on the prescribed format for Application for Premature Re-registration along with a demand draft of ₹ 3,500/- (US $ 200 for overseas candidates). In case of Section B candidates, they would also be required to apply for registration of Section B on the prescribed proforma with a demand draft of ₹ 4,800/- (US $ 300 for overseas candidates). 

When should I apply for premature re-registration?

You are advised to apply with requisite fee for the same so as to reach at the IEI India office latest by April 10 for Summer examination and October 10 for Winter examination, failing which they you will not be eligible to appear in the respective session. However, you will be eligible to appear in immediate next examination on submission of examination application form with requisite fee.

My 6 year period has expired two years ago. How many years will I get after AMIE re-registration ?

You will not get another 6 years because you have already wasted two years after expiry of 6 years. You will get remaining four years.

Difference Between Re-Registration And Premature Re-Registration In AMIE

If yoy want to apply for reregistration in AMIE before end of six years then you must apply for premature reregistration. After six years, go for AMIE reregistration.

Registered Long Long Ago. Want Re-Registration What to do?

Suppose present year is 2017 and you registered in 1992. Now intend to go for reregistration.

Your 6 year period will be counted from 2005. You have went through two cycles of 6 year period (2005 to 2011, 2011 - 2017).

You have to do Re-registration (two times) and section B registration Re-registration (two times) :

1. (Rs 3500 + Rs 3500 = Rs 7000 for candidate residing in India). / (US$ 280 + US$ 280 = US$ 560 for overseas candidate)

2. Section B registration : Rs 4800 (for candidate residing in India) / (US$ 300 for overseas candidate)

All the subjects of Section B you have got exemption will be Forfeited (cancelled) and you have to start section B from beginning including lab and projectwork.

(Based on reply by IEI)

Can I change medium after reregistration?

You can not change the medium. If you have been given permission to give AMIE exams in Hindi, you have to give AMIE exams in Hindi medium only.

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