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The AMIE stands for Associate Member of Institution of Engineers. It is an engineering degree course recognized by all State Governments, Central Govt., UPSC etc as equivalent to B.E/B.Tech.


The applicant who wants to appear in this exam must have +2/HSC/PDC with Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics with minimum 45% marks.

AMIE Exams: Section B (Electrical Engineering)

Compulsory Subjects

IC 402 Engineering Management

EL 403 Power Systems

EL 404 Circuit and Field Theory

EL 405 Electrical Machines

EL 406 Measurements and Control

EL 407 Design of Electrical Systems

Optional Subjects
(Any three from any one Group)

EL 411 Energy Systems

EL 412 Power Electronics

EL 413 High Voltage Engineering and Power Apparatus

EL 414 Power System Performance

EL 415 Micro-processors and Micro-controllers

Group II Electrical Machines and Drives

EL 421 Advanced Aspects of Electrical Machines

EL 422 Power Electronics

EL 423 Electrical Drives

EL 424 Electrical Power Utilization

EL 425 Micro-processors and Micro-controllers

Group III Control and Instrumentation

EL 431 Control Theory

EL 432 Power Electronics

EL 433 Process Control Systems

EL 434 Instrumentation Systems

EL 435 Micro-processors and Micro-controllers

Here I am uploading a file that contains the AMIE Section B Electrical syllabus. This is as follows:

Group A

Management and Organisations

Management process: Definition, planning organizing, directing, controlling, coordinating, types of management.

Organisation Definition, planning, design and development, types of organizations.

Management planning and control: Classical, new classical and modern principles. General Management, scientific management, engineering, management, systems management.

Planning: Procedures, resources and constraints, objectives, goals, policies and procedures.

Control: Setting of reference or standards, appraisal or evaluation, monitoring and controlling, types of control.

Human resource planning and management, selection, recruitment, training, retraining, skill development, competence development, promotion and career development, participative management, trade unions, and collective bargaining,

Management of Physical Resources
Plant: site selection procedures, factors affecting selection. Layout-types and relative merits and demerits, Maintenance-Objectives, different types of associated decisions, strategies for effective maintenance, computer applications.
Material : Functions, objectives, planning and control including inventory models with or without storage costs, price break ( excluding dynamic and probabilistic considerations). Different classes of inventory. Material Requirement Planning (MRP).

Group B
Financial management: Introduction to standard forms of financial statements, i.e., balance-sheet, profit and loss, and income statement. Fixed and current asset items. Fixed and current liability items. Linkage of two successive balance-sheets through income or profit and loss statement. Funds flow statement. Financial ratios and their implications.
Managerial economics: Concepts, theory of production, marginal productivity and cost. Introduction to theory of firm.
Quality management: Quality definition, quality planning, quality control and quality management, Total quality management, ISO 9000 systems, simple quality control techniques like control charts and acceptance sampling.
Marketing management consumer behavior, market research, product design and development pricing and promotion.
Project management: Introduction. Concept of a project, project management concepts, project simulation, cost or project and means of financing, economic evaluation criteria of the project, project implementation, project planning, scheduling and monitoring, project control (PERT, CPM techniques including crashing). Project evaluation.
Information technology and management. Role of information, management information system and decision support system, Information technology-introduction to e-business, e-commerce and integration tools like enterprise resource planning (ERP).
Power Systems

Group A
Generation of electrical power: Conventional and non-conventional methods. Typical layout of thermal and hydro power stations-main and auxiliary equipment.
Load management: Base and peak loads. Load curves Definitions of load factor, diversity factor, demand factor. Capacity planning. Load forecasting. Capital and running costs for different types of plants. Different electricity tariffs-flat rate, two part and TOD tariff.
Generator excitation systems: Speed and excitation control of generators. Load sharing of generators in a system.
Stability of power system: Definitions of transient and steady state stability. Swing equation and its solution by step-by-step method. Equal area criterion for transient stability.

Group B
Transmission of electrical power: Overhead and underground transmission line configurations. Materials for transmission line conductors and insulators. Power station and sub-station switchyard and layouts. ACSR conductors, bundled conductors. Overhead line poles, towers and cross arms.' Single and double circuit lines.
Untransposed and transposed 3-phase transmission lines. Overhead, line sag calculation. Effect of wind pressure and ice loading on transmission lines.

Transmission line parameters: Resistance, inductance and capacitance calculations. Skin and proximity effects. Corona and radio interference of EHV lines. Voltage distribution in suspension insulators. String efficiency. Different types of cables. Capacitance of cables. Intersheath grading. ¬
Performance of short transmission lines: Line loss, efficiency and regulation of line. Zero regulation condition of power transmission.
Performance of medium transmission lines: Nominal T and ^ representation. Regulation and efficiency of medium lines.
Performance of long transmission lines: Equivalent T and ^ representations. Propagation constant and characteristic impedance of a long line. Ferranti effect. urge impedance loading. Infinite line. Wavelength of line. Determination of A, B, C, D constants of transmission lines.
Transmission line charts: Power factor and power angle of a transmission line. Power angle diagram of an interconnector. Use of shunt and series capacitor in a transmission line.

Management of Physical Resources
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