Civil Engineering is the oldest of the Engineering profession. Today the profession offers opportunities for involvement in a wide variety of its sub-disciplines. The profession touches almost every aspect of our lives and give ample opportunity to make significant contribution for the betterment of the Society. Infrasteructural development has become synonymous with the progress of any country.
Dedicated to the purpose of maintaining and promoting the status of Civil Engineering as an ideal profession the Institution of Civil Engineers (India) came into being to imbibe the characteristics which are fundamental to the successful pursuit of an Engineering career. The Institution aims to train and educate budding Engineers of high caliber who are sound in theory and practice.
The Institution of Civil Engineers (India) Society which is registered under the Societies Registration Act of 1860 was created by the Indian Institute of Engineering Studies & Welfare Society, Ludhiana.
The ICE (I) awards different Grades of Membership-Corporate & Non-Corporate Membership. For the later category of Membership ICE (I) conducts Examinations twice a year. The Government of India has given recognition to the Technician Membership Examination & Associate Membership Examination conducted by the ICE (I) at par with Diploma and Degree in Engineering respectively, The syllabi followed by the ICE (I) is approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi.
The professionals engaged in Civil Engineering activities and associated with organizations/ institutions/ industries involved in promoting the two professions have a great opportunity to fulfill their aspirations to improve their qualifications vis-a-vis their status in their respective profession/society. This would be a significant personal achievement and a benchmark to their professional standing.
Courses Offered & Eligibility
Technician Membership Examination (T. Engg.) - Part I & Part IIThe ICE (India) conducts T. Engg. Membership Examination for Civil Engineering twice a year i.e. in the month of June and December.
Eligibility for Technical Membership Examination Part I
- Every candicate for election to the class of T. Engg. (Part I) shall satisfy the Institution that he/she is not less than 16 years of age and has passed the 10th Standard Examination with Maths & Science conducted by a recognized Board of Examination or its equivalent as prescribed by the Institution from time to time.
Eligibility for Technical Membership Examination Part II
- Every candidate for election to the class of T. Engg. (Part II) shall satisfy the Institution that he/she has passed the part I of T.Engg. Examination or 12th Standard Examination of 10+2 scheme conducted by a recognized Board of Examination with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics or its equivalent as prescribed by the Institutions from time to time. And is sponsored by a Corporate Member of the Institution or H.O.D. of Civil Engineering or Principal of AICTE approved Polytechnic / Engineering College and either that he/she is or has been a student of Civil Engineering or has been an Engineering student/apprentice/assistant for one year in a recognized firm, society or organization engaged in Engineering or allied activities.
Associate Membership Examination [AMICE (I)] - Section A & Section BThe ICE (India) conducts Associate Membership Examination for Civil Engineering twice a year i.e. in the month of June and December.
Eligibility for Associate Membership Examination Section-A
- Every candidate for election to the class of Associate Membership (Section-A) shall satisfy the Institution that he/she is not less than 18 years of age and has passed 10th standard Examination with Mathematics & Science conducted by a recognized Board of Examination and passed Part I & part II of Technician Membership Examination (T.Engg.) conducted by the ICE (I) or Three Years Diploma in Civil Engineering awarded by the state Board of Technical Education or its equivalent qualifications.
Eligibility for Associate Membership Examination Section-B
- Every candidate for election to the class of Associate Membership Examination (Section-B) shall satisfy the Institution that he/she has passed the Section-A Examination of the ICE (I) or Section A of the Institution of engineers (I) after Diploma in civil Engineering or having recognized Degree in Engineering other than Civil Engineering. And is sponsored by a Corporate Member of the institution or H.O.D. of Civil Engineering or the Principal of AICTE approved Engineering College and either that he/she is or has been a student of Civil Engineering or has been an Engineering student/ apprentice/ assistant for one year in a recognized firm, society or organization engaged in Engineering or allied activities.
Subject List for Technician Membership Examination in Civil Engineering
|Part 1||Part 2|
Subject List for Associate Membership Examination in Civil Engineering
|SECTION A||SECTION B|
Any Five subjects from the following groups
|GROUP I Building Construction||GROUP II Highway Engineering|
|GROUP III Environmental Engineering||GROUP IV Irrigation & Drainage Engineering|
A Candidate who has passed any subject(s) from any recognized Institution/College/ Unibversity and has fulfilled the Examination/Curriculum requirements of the said body can request exemption provided:|
i) The subject(s) is included in the concerned syllabus of ICE (I).
Ii) Specific request is made by the candidate while submitting the examination form along with attested copy of the Mark sheet / Certificate as the exemption cannot be taken for granted.
The exemptions will be shown in the Marks Statement only and no other separate communication will be issued by ICE (I).
Subject List for Associate Membership Examination in Architectural Engineering
|Advanced Engineering Mathematics||AA 1.1|
|Advanced Strength of Materials||AA 1.2|
|Computer Programming and Numerical Methods||AA 1.3|
|Foundation Engineering||AA 1.4|
|Reinforced Concrete Structures & Advanced Concrete Technology||AA 1.5|
|Design of Steel Structures||AA 1.6|
|Professional Practice & Architectural Engineering||BA 2.1|
|Finishes, Materials & Specifications||BA 2.2|
|Building Services||BA 2.3|
|Advanced Structural Design||BA 2.4|
|Environmental Engineering||BA 2.5|
|Elective Subjects – Any Five Subjects|
|Elements of Town Planning & Architecture||BAO 3.1|
|Rehabilitation of Structures||BAO 3.2|
|Advanced Architectural Design||BAO 3.3|
|Interior Design||BAO 3.4|
|Landscape Architecture||BAO 3.5|
|Disaster Management for Buildings||BAO 3.6|
|Advanced Computer Application for Architecture||BAO 3.7|
|Climatology & Architecture||BAO 3.8|
Subject List for Technician Membership Examination in Architectural Engineering
|Basic Architectural Engineering||TA 1.1|
|Technical Writing||TA 1.2|
|Engineering Physics & Applied Mechanics||TA 1.3|
|Engineering Mathematics||TA 1.4|
|Engineering Drawing||TA 1.5|
|Engineering Chemistry||TA 1.6|
|History of Architecture||TA 2.1|
|Free Hand Drawing & Painting||TA 2.2|
|Building Construction||TA 2.3|
|Structural Mechanics||TA 2.4|
|Theory of Structures||TA 2.5|
|Estimation and Costing||TA 2.6|
|Surveying & Levelling||TA 2.7|
|Architectural Design & Graphics||TA 2.8|
|Building Material & Science||TA 2.9|
|Environmental Engineering||TA 2.10|