Institution of Mechanical Engineers


Introduction
ime Introduction

The Institution of Mechanical Engineering (India) is one is one of the oldest professional institutions in India established in 1914 to promote, advance and update knowledge, business & practices of mechanical engineering professionals. Among the activities it conducts biannual examinations known as Technician Engineers Part-I & Part-II, Automobile Technician Engineers Examination Part-I & Part-II, Production Technician Engineers Part-I & part-II, Refrigeration & Air-conditioning Technician Engineers Examination Part-I & Part-II and Section A & Section B of Associate Membership (also known as Chartered Engineers) Examination in Mechanical Engineering. Its head office is at Kharghar, New Mumbai, Maharashtra State.

The Institution is thus helping thousands of younger members of community working in engineering to obtain engineering qualification & also to advance their technical knowledge & enhance their engineering career but, who have been unfortunate in securing admission in regular Polytechnics and Engineering Colleges due to no fault of their through non formal system of education. It is necessary to secure membership of the institution for appearing in the above examinations.

Recognition
Recognition Of Institution's Examination

Passing of Institution’s Technician Engineers examination is recognized by the Department of Education, in the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India, at par with a diploma in Mechanical Engineering from State polytechnic for appointments & promotions to subordinate posts in Central & State Governments, Public Sector undertakings etc. Passing of Section A & Section B of Associate membership (also known as Chartered Engineers) Examination is recognized by the Department of Education, in the Ministry of Human Resource Development Government of India at par with a degree from Indian University for appointments & promotions to superior posts in Central & State Governments, Public Sector Undertaking, Corporations, Railways, etc.

Passing of Section A & Section B of Associate Membership (also known as Chartered Engineers) Examination is recognized by many Universities, the five I.I.T.s & also Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore for admission to Post Graduate courses, subject to passing GATE examination.

These examinations are also recognized by U.P.S.C. for admission to Engineering Service Examination.

recognition
Examinations Conducted by Institution:

Technician Engineers Examination : Part I & Part II (Equivalent Diploma)

  • Mechanical Engineering(T.Engg.)
  • Automobile Engineering(A.T. Engg)
  • Production Engineering(P.T. Engg.)
  • Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Engineering(A.R.T. Engg.)

Associate Membership Examination:- Section-A & Section-B (Equivalent Degree)

  • Mechanical Engineering(C.Engg.)
Eligibility for Admission to Examinations
Only Members of the Institution are allowed to enroll / appear in any of the Institution Examination.

Technical Membership Examination (T-Engg.)

  • Part I : A Pass in 10th Standard with English, Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics with 6 months engineering work experience either as Trainee or Employee.
  • Part II : A Pass In 10+2 level examination with English, Physics, Chemistry, Maths or a pass in T. Eng, Part-I of the Institution’s examinations with 6 months work experience either as trainee or Employee.

Associate Membership Examination (C-Engg.)

  • Section A: A Pass in Diploma in Mechanical Engineering from Government Polytechnic with 6 months work experience in Engineering field either as Trainee or Employee or a final pass in T. Eng. Part-II examination of Institution and who have 3½ year Engineering work experience.
  • Section B: A Pass in Section-A examination of the institution or equivalent qualification with Engineering work experience.
The Institution conducts bi-annual examination known as Technical Engineering part-I & part-II examination (Diploma Level) in mechanical Engineering, Automobile technician Engineers in Automobile Engineering, Production Technician Engineers Examination in production Engineering, Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration Technician Engineers in Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration.
Subject & Codes for Degree Level Examination
The Institution conducts Section-A & Section-B of the Associate Membership (also known as Chartered Engineers) examination in mechanical engineering. Subjects are given below: Associate Membership (C. Eng)
Section A
Code Subject
A 1 Introduction to Manufacturing Process
A 2 Ad Electrical Technology
A 3 Mechanics
A 4 Fundamental of Computer
A 5 Adv Engg Mathematics
A 6 Thermodynamics
A 7 Fluid Mechanics
A 8 Society,Environment, Engineering
A 9 Dynamics
A 10 Adv Mat Sc & Metallurgy
A 11 Heat Transfer-I
A 12 Theory of Machine
Section B
Code Subject
BC 1 Environmental Engineering
BC 2 Computer Graphics
BC 3 I.C. Engines & Automobile Engineering
BC 4 Operation Research
BC 5 Ad.Strength of Materials
BC 6 Industrial Economics & Management
BC 7 Mechanical Measurements
BC 8 Hydraulic Machines
Note: In addition to 8 compulsory subjects, Section - B students are required to appear and pass in 3 optional subjects  
Optional Subjects for Section B
Code Subject
BO 1.1 Refrigeration & Air- Conditioning
BO 1.2 Metal Cutting & Tool Design
BO 1.3 Jigs & Fixture Design
BO 1.4 CAD/ CAM (Application ) & Automation
BO 1.5 CNC Programming
BO 1.6 Meteorology & Quality Control
BO 1.7 Management of Technology
BO 1.8 Machine Vibration Analysis
BO 1.9 Machine Tool Design
Subject & Codes for Diploma Level Examination
Part I
Code Subject
TE1.1 Communication Skills
TE1.2 Engg. Mathematics - I
TE1.3 Applied Physics
TE1.4 Applied Chemistry
TE1.5 Engg. Mathematics II
TE1.6 Computer Applications
 
Part II - Mechanical (T. Eng.)
Code Subject
TE2.1 Applied Mechanics
TE2.2 Electrical Technology
TE2.3 Engg. Graphics
TE2.4 Strength Of Materials
TE2.5 Theory Of Machines
TE2.6 Manufacturing Processes
TE2.7 Thermal Engineering
TE2.8 Industrial Organization & S M
TE2.9 Fluid Power
TE2.10 Workshop Practice
TE2.11 Machine Design
TE2.12 Metrology and Quality Control
TE2.13 Production Technology
TE2.14 Refrigeration & Air-Conditioning System
TE2.15 Automobile Manufacturing System
Note: After completion of theory papers, students have to undergo at least three months mandatory Apprenticeship/ Practical Training at any AICTE recognized polytechnic for award of Technician Engineers Certificate
Part II - Automobile (A.T. Eng.)
Code Subject
ATE2.1 Auto Workshop Technology
ATE2.2 Applied Mechanics & Strength of Materials(Auto)
ATE2.3 Engineering Materials & Metrology
ATE2.4 Automobile Engineering
ATE2.5 Engineering Drawings
ATE2.6 Automobile Chasis
ATE2.7 Auto Vehicle Maintainence & Garage Practice
ATE2.8 Theory of Machines & Design of Auto Components
ATE2.9 Industrial & Transport Business Management
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Part II - Production (P.T. Eng.)
Code Subject
PTE2.1 Workshop Tech.(Prod.)
PTE2.2 Applied Mechanics & Strength of Materials (Prod.)
PTE2.3 Engineering Materials & Metrology
PTE2.4 Computer Science & Elect. Engg.
PTE2.5 Engineering Drawing
PTE2.6 Tool Engineering
PTE2.7 Production Management
PTE2.8 Theory of Machines & Design
PTE2.9 Industrial Management Science
 
Part II - Air Conditioning & Refrigeration (A.R.T. Eng.)
Code Subject
ARTE2.1 Manufacturing Technology
ARTE2.2 Applied Mechanics & Strength Materials
ARTE2.3 Engineering Materials Metrology
ARTE2.4 Refrigerations & Air-conditioning plants
ARTE2.5 Controls & instrumentation for Refrigerations & Air-conditioning plants
ARTE2.6 Construction, Operation & Maintainence of the plants
ARTE2.7 Applied Thermodynamics
ARTE2.8 Theory of Machines & Design
ARTE2.9 Industrial Management & Science