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Who are the candidates eligible to appear in Summer/ Winter Examination ? • T/ST members, already pursuing Section A (Non-diploma), Section A (Diploma) and Section B examination, as applicable, but yet to pass all applicable subjects, are eligible to appear in Summer/Winter examination. • New T/ST members enrolled between March 1-August 31 are eligible to appear for the first time in Winter examination (same year) and T/ST members, enrolled between September 1–February 28/29 (next year), are eligible to appear in Summer examination (next year). • AM/M/F members, intend to pursue engineering in additional branch, are eligible to appear in Summer /Winter Examination.
What is the process to be followed to appear in Summer/ Winter examination? T/ST/AM/M/F members, eligible to appear in Section A/Section B examination, may either download the Examination Application Form from IEI Website (www.ieindia.org under the tab ‘Academics’) or available in the membership pack and send the same duly filled-in with a demand draft of requisite amount within the stipulated date as mentioned in IEI website under ‘Academics’ for Summer/ Winter examination. Examination application form can also be submitted on-line through payment gateway for those candidates intended to appear from India and Nepal only.
How many subjects a candidate is eligible to appear in an Examination ? Candidates are eligible to appear in maximum four subjects in Section A (Non-Diploma), Section A (Diploma) and Section B (irrespective of compulsory and optional subjects) examination, including those subjects in which the candidate could not secured exemption ( grade ‘C’ or above) in an earlier attempt.
If a ST member secured ‘ C ‘ grade in three subjects of Section A (Diploma) and ‘ D ‘ grade in one subject, can he be considered as pass in Section A ( Diploma) examination? No. A candidate has to secure minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) as 6. Therefore, a candidate secured grade ‘D’ in a particular subject will be required to re-appear in that subject. However, if a ST member secured at least grade ‘B’ in one of the four subjects of Section A (Diploma) and grade ‘C’ in two subjects and grade ‘D’ in one balance subject in the last attempt, he will be declared pass in Section A (Diploma) examination as he acquired GPA as 6. Grade ‘D’ secured in any subject is not carried forward to the next examination.
After passing Section A (Non-Diploma)/Section A (Diploma) examination, am I eligible to appear in Section B examination in chosen branch of engineering in the immediate next session (Summer/Winter)? Yes. A candidate passed Section A (Non-Diploma)/Section A (Diploma) examination is eligible to appear in immediate next session for Section B examination provided s/he submits prescribed Registration Form for Section B with requite fee by demand draft/online payment within the stipulated date mentioned in the website. Also, the candidate is expected simultaneously to submit the examination application form with requisite fee.
Is it possible to appear in Summer/Winter examination without submitting the Registration for Section B with requite fee or Examination Application form with requisite fee? No. Such application will be summarily rejected and the applicant shall not be permitted to appear in the examination without complying with the requirement.
7. How many subjects a candidate has to pass in Section B Examination? A Candidate has to pass six compulsory subjects and three optional subjects in any branch of engineering in which Section B examination is being conducted at present, apart from coursework of Project and Laboratory Experiments.
8. How is it possible to know that a candidate is registered for Section B examination after submission of his application with requisite fee? First list of candidates registered for Section B examination is placed on IEI website in first week of May for Summer examination and in first week of November for Winter examination. Candidate whose application for registration of Section B are received late, their names with membership number is placed in IEI website after 7 or 10 days of publication of first list.
When is a candidate eligible for Project Work and Laboratory Experiments? After securing exemption in five or more subjects after declaration of result, all eligible candidates are informed about their eligibility with a grade card of examination and guidelines for Project Work and Laboratory Experiments by registered post and option to choose the college for laboratory experiments with a separate prescribed format and to submit the same duly filled-in within the stipulated date.
What shall I do when the Project Guide allotted to me is not available? In case the Project Guide allotted to the candidate is not available, the candidate should contact the Chairman of his attached centre and submit an application to this effect for allotment of an alternate Project Guide. Applications for alternate project guide should not be sent to IEI HQs.