Academy of Maritime Education and Training(AMET) will conduct AMET 2019 for admission to various programmes offered by the institute, including B.E./B.Tech, M.E, and M.B.A. The entrance exam will be conducted in online mode at an all-India level across more than 20 centres. Questions of the exam will be objective type, but the syllabus will vary depending on the programme the candidate has opted for admission. Admission to most programmes will be based on the performance of the candidate in the qualifying and entrance exam. Exceptions include B.E Naval Architecture and Offshore Engineering course, which will offer direct admission to candidates who have qualified JEE Main or AIEEE. M.B.A programme also has provision for direct admission for candidates who have qualified CAT, MAT, XAT, ATMA, JMET, or TANCET.
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The AMET 2019 eligibility criteria is an aggregate of conditions that a candidate has to meet to be considered for admission to a specific academic programme offered by the institute. Considering Academy of Maritime Education and Training (AMET) offers a wide range of courses, including B.E/B.Tech, M.Tech, and MBA programmes, the eligibility criteria also differ accordingly. Given in the table below are the AMET eligibility criteria for admission to B.E/B.Tech programmes.
Eligibility Criteria of AMET 2019 for B.E/B.Tech Programmes
B.E Naval Architecture and Offshore Engineering
The candidate needs to have passed 10+2 or an equivalent exam with minimum 50% aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. 5% relaxation applies to SC, ST and OBC- NCL candidates.
B.E Petroleum Engineering
The candidate must have passed 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry, Maths or Biology with minimum 50% aggregate marks.
SC, ST and OBC-NCL candidates need 45% marks only.
B.E. Mechanical Engineering
The candidate also needs to have scored minimum 50% marks in English in 10 or 10+2.
B.E. Electrical Electronics Engineering
The candidate must have passed 10+2 or an equivalent exam with minimum 50% aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. SC, ST and OBC- NCL candidates need to score at least 45%.
Age limit: The candidate mustn’t be more than 25 years of age on the day of commencement of classes.
B. Tech. in Food Processing Technology
B.E Mining Engineering
The candidate needs to have passed 10+2 or an equivalent exam with minimum 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics taken together. 5% relaxation applies to SC, ST and OBC- NCL candidates.
B.E. Marine Engineering
The candidate must have passed 10+2 or any equivalent exam with at least 60% aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Minimum 50% marks in English is also mandatory
Age limit: The candidate needs to be below 25 years of age on the day of commencement of programme.
Medical Standard: The candidate should be physically fit to serve in the sea, with eyesight up to 6/12 in both eyes or 6/9 in better eye, 6/18 in other eye and with no colour blindness
Candidates applying to M.E programmes at AMET need to fulfil the following course-specific eligibility criteria.
AMET Eligibility Criteria 2019 for M.E programmes
M. E. Naval Architecture and Offshore Engineering
The candidate needs to hold a graduate degree in Naval Architecture, Ship Building, Petroleum, Marine Engineering, Mechanical, Civil, Aeronautical, Production & Industrial Engineering.
M. E. Petroleum Engineering
Undergraduate degree holders in Petroleum Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, M.Sc. Geology, M.Sc. Geophysics can apply.
M.E. Thermal & Fluid Engineering
The candidate needs to have passed B.E/B.Tech with minimum 60% marks in any of the following disciplines:
M.E. Power Systems
The candidate needs to have a bachelor degree in Electrical and Electronics Engg, Electronics and Communication Engg, Electronics and Instrumentation Engg, Instrumentation and Control Engg, Electrical and Electronics Engg-Marine, Marine Engg, Naval Arch and Offshore Engg, Ocean Engg, Petroleum Engg, Harbour Engg.
M.E. Structural Engineering and Construction
The candidate needs to have passed B.E. / B.Tech. with minimum 55% marks in any of the following disciplines:
Civil and Structural Engineering
Civil and Construction Engineering
Academy of Maritime Education and Training (AMET) offers M.B.A in Shipping & Logistics Management programme at the postgraduate level. If you are interested in pursuing the programme at the institute, check the eligibility criteria below.
AMET Eligibility Criteria 2019 for M.Tech programmes
M.B.A. Shipping & Logistics Management
The candidate needs to have passed a degree from a recognized university with minimum 50% marks
Be a mariner holding any of the following professional qualifications obtained after a minimum duration of study-cum-training of 6 years after 10+2 leading to:a) Master Foreign Going Certificate of Competency.
b) First Class Motor or Steam or Combined (Chief Engineer) Certificate of Competency issued by the Directorate General of Shipping, Ministry of Shipping, Government of India or its counterparts in other countries.
Mode of Application : Offline and Online
Mode of Payment : Net Banking | Demand Draft
The application form of AMET 2019 was available in both online and offline modes from January 25. To fill the application form online, the candidates need to go to the application portal, get registered, fill in relevant details, upload scanned documents, pay the application fee and finally submit it. However, to submit application in offline mode, the candidate has to first obtain it in person from select centres or download it online. The candidate has to then fill the print version of the application form and send it, along with essential documents, to the appropriate address such that it reaches the destination before last date. The step-wise AMET 2019 application filling process is described below.
How to fill Online application form of AMET 2019
To fill the form offline, the candidate has to:
1. Obtain it in person on cash payment of Rs. 1000 from designated locations.
2. Download it online and take a printout. For downloaded applications, the candidate has the option to pay the application fee online or through offline (in the form of Demand Drafts).
The hard-copy of the AMET 2019 application form should be filled in English language only using valid and correct data, or else it might be rejected. All sections of the application for – contact, academic, and communication details, etc. have to be properly filled in. The candidate will also have to paste a passport size photograph in the space provided. The completed application form has to be finally sent by courier or post, along with relevant documents, to the following address:
Address: Admission Office of the AMET at Kanathur or City office at Anna Nagar.
The application form of AMET 2019 for M.E applicants opened on January 25, 2019 in both online and offline modes. When filling the application form, the candidate needs to ensure that all the essential fields are filled with correct and verifiable data; also completed applications must be submitted before the last date. The steps to fill the application form for M.E courses is explained below:
How to fill Online application form of AMET 2019 for M.E Programmes
To fill the form offline, it has to be:
1. Obtained in person on cash payment of Rs. 1000 from designated locations.
2. Or the candidate can download it online and take a printout. For downloaded applications, the candidate has the option to pay the application fee of Rs. 1000 online or through offline (in the form of Demand Drafts).
After downloading the form, it should be filled in English language using correct data. Also, care must be taken to ensure all sections – contact, academic, and communication details, etc. are properly filled in. Also a passport size photograph has to be affixed in the space provided. The completed application form has to be finally sent by courier or post, along with relevant documents, to the following address:
Like other courses, the application form of AMET 2019 for MBA programme was too be released in both online and offline modes from January 25, 2019. Steps to fill the form is outlined below for the benefit of the candidate:
How to fill Online application form of AMET 2019 for M.B.A Programme
To fill the form offline, the candidate has to first:
1. Collect it in person from designated locations on cash payment of Rs. 1000.
2. The other option is to download it online and take printouts. Payments for downloaded applications can be made either online or through offline (in the form of Demand Drafts).
Downloaded applications should be filled in English language. Just ensure that relevant sections like – contact, academic, and communication details, etc. are duly filled. Meanwhile, the passport size photograph has to be affixed in the appropriate space. After duly filling the form, it has to be finally sent by courier or post, along with relevant documents, to the following address:
Candidates are recommended to go through the exam pattern of AMET 2019 specific to the programme they have applied for admission. This will give the candidate key insights into the exam like number of questions asked, pattern of questions asked, marking scheme, and also exam duration. The important points of AMET 2019 exam pattern are mentioned below:
Exam Pattern of AMET 2019 for B.E/B.Tech Programmes
Candidates seeking admission to M.E courses can check out the exam pattern of AMET 2019 for the programme from below:
AMET Exam Pattern 2019 for M.E
The exam patter of AMET for M.B.A will outline details like the mode of the exam, types of questions asked and also the syllabus. Check below for details.
AMET Exam Pattern 2019 for M.B.A
Exam authorities will release admit cards of AMET 2019 online tentatively around mid-April. The candidate will have to log-in to the admit card download portal using their log-in credentials to download the admit card. The AMET 2019 admit card would carry important details like the name of the candidate, time and date of exam, roll and application number. Without the admit card, no candidate will be allowed inside the exam venue.
How to download the AMET Admit Card 2019
Before downloading the admit card, the candidate needs to ensure that the details mentioned on it are legible and correct. If there is any discrepancy, the same should be brought to the notice of the admission authorities without any delay.
The result of AMET 2019 will be declared tentatively around the 2nd week of July in online mode. The result would include the rank list which for B.E/B.Tech programmes will be prepared based on marks obtained by the candidates in the qualifying (10+2) and entrance exam. In case of M.E and M.B.A programmes, the rank list would be prepared based on marks obtained by the candidate in the qualifying undergraduate exam and in the entrance exam.
Based on AMET 2019 result, candidates will be short-listed for interview and subsequently seat allotment.
Please note that in case of M.B.A programme, there will be two rank lists. One will be for candidates who have appeared in the entrance exam. The other will be for CAT / MAT / XAT / ATMA / JMET / TANCET qualified candidates who are eligible for direct admission, and consequently don’t have to appear in the entrance exam.
Separate rank list will also be published for JEE Main/ AIEEE candidates who are eligible for direct admission to B.E Naval Architecture and Offshore Engineering course.
How to check AMET Result 2019
The candidate needs to download and take a printout of the result, as it will be required at the time of personal interview.
Mode of Counselling:
Candidates who are short-listed for interview-cum-counselling of AMET 2019 in their specific programmes have to report for counselling in person on the scheduled day. Admission to M.E and B.E./B.Tech programmes will be a two-stage process – entrance examination followed by personal interview. At the time of interview, the candidate will have to submit originals of all relevant documents and also photocopies. Candidates who are ranked higher in the rank list will be given preference during the AMET 2019 counselling and seat allotment process.
Candidates who are short-listed for admission to M.B.A programmes, however, are required to participate in a group discussion (GD), in addition to personal interview, only post which seat allotment will be made. The interview and GD will be conducted in offline mode.
Medical fitness test will also be conducted for some programmes, including B.E. Marine Engineering.
If your query is about Academy of Maritime Education and Training (AMET) exam, the exam will consist of questions from the class 12 syllabus of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. Apart from these, questions will also be asked from Logical and Analyical Reasoning, English Grammar and General Aptitude.
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