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Technician/ Diploma Membership Examination - DIPIIE-DMIIE-DIPIIE
(Equivalent to 3 Year Polytechnic Diploama)



About

Agricultural Engineering is the branch of engineering which deals with the construction, design, andimprovement of farming equipment and machinery. Agricultural engineeringintegrates technology into farming. For example, it designs new and refined farming equipment that work more efficiently.



Career

Most Agriculture engineers design and test agricultural equipment, machinery, and parts. They design food processing plants and food storage structures. Some also design housing and environments for livestock. They plan and oversee land reclamation projects on farms. Some are involved in agricultural waste-to-energy projects and carbon sequestration. We have elaborated about the work profiles of agriculture engineers in later part of this article.

Most agricultural engineers (17%)were employed in engineering, architectural, and related services. 16% were employed by the government. Another 14% worked in food manufacturing. 13%worked in agriculture, construction, and mining machinery manufacturing. Another 6% were working as educators.

Agricultural engineers work both indoors and outdoors. They spend time in offices creating plans and managing projects, and in agricultural settings inspecting sites, monitoring equipment, and overseeing reclamation and water management projects.

These engineers may also work in laboratories and classrooms. They may collaborate with others to plan and solve problems. For example, they may work with horticulturalists, agronomists, animal scientists, and geneticists.



Job Prospects

An agriculture engineer has many options to choose when it comes to the choosing is work area. These industries or companies are given below:

        AMUL Dairy

        Nestle India

        Frigorifico Allana

        ITC

        Farming Industry Consultants

        Agricultural Commodities Processors

        Escorts

        Proagro Seed

        PRADAN



Remuneration

After completing agriculture engineering a student gets decent earning opportunities. His first income starts from 4 lakh to 5 lakh per annum.



Course Structure

Part-I
Subject CodeSubject NameDownload
1.1 10001ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS Download
1.2 10002APPLIED PHYSICS Download
1.3 10003APPLIED CHEMISTRY Download
1.4 10004COMMUNICATION SKILL Download
1.5 10005ENGINEERING DRAWING Download
1.6 10006COMPUTER FUNDAMENTAL Download
1.7 10007TIME MANAGEMENT Download
1.8 10008MANUFACTURING PROCESS Download
1.9 10009ENGINEERING MECHANICS Download

Part-II
Subject CodeSubject NameDownload
2.1 30251STRENGTH OF MATERIALS Download
2.2 30252FLUID MECHANICS Download
2.3 30253MATERIAL SCIENCE & ENGINEERING Download
2.4 30254WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY Download
2.5 30255ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING Download
2.6 30256METROLOGY Download
2.7 30401WATER MANAGEMENT Download
2.8 30402WEED MANAGEMENT Download
2.9 30403DISEASES OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLE CROPS AND THEIR MANAGEMENT Download
2.10 30404CROP PHYSIOLOGY Download
2.11 30405PESTS OF FRUIT AND VEGETABLE CROPS AND THEIR MANAGEMENT Download
2.12 30406PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY OF VEGETABLE CROPS Download
2.13 30407POST HARVEST TECHNOLOGY Download
2.14 30408INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER APPLICATION Download
2.15 30409FARMING SYSTEMS AND FARM MANAGEMENT Download
2.16 30410FUNDAMENTALS OF EXTENSION EDUCATION AND COMMUNICATION Download
2.17 30411AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS Download
2.18 30412PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY OF FLOWER CROPS AND GARDENING Download

Project Work

Candidates are required to submit a Referee / Project Report to complete the requirement of the Technician Membership Examination (TMIIE-DIPIIE-DMIIE).

A candidate of Technician Membership Examination (TMIIE-DIPIIE-DMIIE)can take up submission of his report only after he has obtained a pass in Part-I of TMIIE-DIPIIE-DMIIE Examination and only after he/she has appeared and obtained 40% marks in at least 5 subjects of Part-I of TMIIE-DIPIIE-DMIIE Examination.

Project Report / Referee Report

Each candidate appearing for Technician Membership Examination under the scheme of examination as approved by Govt. of India, is required to submit the Project Report in bound volumes.

Project Report detailed requirements and Project Report applications form is given in Institution website .The Project Report Application should be submitted with a fee.

Final pass Certificate will be issued only after Project Report is approved. Candidate is also required to pay certification fee and submit experience certificate for minimum period of 3½ years on employers letterhead.




Model Format for submission of Referee/project report for TMIE-DIPIIE-DMIIE Examinations.




Note: 

Academic Member needs to undertake Six months practical training from A.I.C.T.E or applicable Polytechnic/College.