|Author: Kailash Kumar 17 Dec 2015 Member Level: Platinum Points : 2 (Rs 2) Voting Score: 0|
Try to secure lateral admission in the second year of B.E. program after completing diploma in engineering. It is a better option than doing AMIE. Regarding IES, that is a competitive examination and will depend on your level of preparation. Try to start preparing for the same by paying full attention to studies since now onward.
|Author: Mahesh 18 Dec 2015 Member Level: Gold Points : 3 (Rs 3) Voting Score: 0|
AMIE degree is considered as equivalent to the regular degree course. This accreditation is given by the NAAC and the AICTE group. This way your degree has to be considered valid by the companies and other educational institution.
Most of the MNC and the local companies accept the AMIE degree. Another thing is that you should also pursue higher education after AMIE so that if anyone has any issues with it, could understand.
That being said, there are some places where you may find such issues. So it's alright not all doors are closed with AMIE degree.
|Author: Sheo Shankar Jha 18 Dec 2015 Member Level: Gold Points : 4 (Rs 4) Voting Score: 0|
Considering the continuity of your education, it would best to continue the regular degree in Engineering. Since you are to complete diploma in Engineering, you would be admitted in the second year of the degree course. So, in order to have your regular Engineering degree, total time taken in this respect would be to the extent of three years.
The greatest advantage by doing so is the continuity of enjoying your education.
While considering for AMIE, it is best suited for those who are interested to have a degree in Engineering equivalent to BE to improve their employability - status. Preparation would take time as per planning, since you may clear the papers in instalment - wise manner. While doing your job, you can persue this course. Moreover, AMIE is approved by the ministry of HRD and AICTE.
You have to decide yourself which one would suit you.