AMIE Winter, Summer Exam Result 2012 of Section A, B Examination, AMIE Grade card , Marksheet of Summer/Winter 2012-2013 , Grades, Marks, Section a, b Exams at amiestudycircle.com, ieindia.info
The Provisional Result of AMIE Summer 2012 Exam was released on September 15, 2012 . You could get the AMIE Winter, Summer Results 2012-2013 here and only after 15 days after the declaration of Result, one could download the AMIE Marksheet , Grade card Summer/Winter 2012-2013 .
The candidates who took the AMIE Summer and Winter Exams 2012-2013 will be curious enough to get the announcements about the Section A, B Examinations instantaneously to see how well they had been performed in those test. Also the AMIE Grade card, Mark sheets of Summer/ Winter Exam 2012-2013 Grades, will be revealed along side. You have stumbled upon the right page where you could make yourself aware of those without wandering around in the internet.
We with the intent of helping the candidates who participated in the AMIE Summer Exam 2012-2013 , will be able to get the AMIE Summer/ Winter Results 2012-2013 and along with that the AMIE Summer Grades, Grade card 2012-2013, Mark sheet 2012 . Just follow the link given for your use and following that will land you in the official and appropriate web page.
Student have to enter Membership number in the ieindia.info results page to view your AMIE Results 2012. Click below link for your result:
AMIE Summer/Winter Exam Result 2012-2013 ( AMIE Grade card, Marksheet , Mark, Grades Summer, Winter 2012-2013 )
AMIE Summer /Winter Examination is conducted for following:
- Section A Exam
- Section B Exam
Section A examination is common for all. Basic Sciences, Engineering Sciences and Communication are covered to prepare the candidate, after passing section A examination, move on to Section B by choosing a particular discipline from among the streams offered and after passing min. 5 papers of section-B in respective branch, the student will be admitted to appear for Project Work/Laboratory experiments.
Each paper is 3 hours long and total marks are 100 (unless specifically mentioned otherwise in the list of subjects).Question paper consists three groups, Group A, Group B and Group C. In Group A & Group B, student has to answer two questions out of four, each question carries 20 marks. In Group C student has to answer 10 questions out of 10 for 20 marks. The maximum number of papers a candidate can appear at a time is:
- Section A : 4 papers
- Section B : 4 papers