As both AMIE colleges of engineering and B.Tech/BE colleges enjoy symmetry of privilege, a CE is denied none of the benefits of other graduate engineers and therefore he/she has as equal number of career and job opportunities as a B.Tech/BE in both govt and private sectors. In other words, a CE is entitled to take up any position which could be held by a B.Tech/BE.
An AMIE can enjoy all the benefits of a B.Tech/BE in all areas of higher studies and job opportunities. All the educational bodies of India have approved AMIE syllabus. In terms of cost, quality, syllabus design, implementation and course completion, AMIE is evidently easier than the syllabus prescribed for BTech/BE.
When it comes to recognition, there is no dividing line between AMIE engineering colleges and BTech/BE institutions and both have everything in common whereas in terms of course content AMIE is by far easier and more student-friendly than B.Tech/BE. The total number of subjects at B.Tech/BE is threefold more than that of AMIE. AMIE has only 19 subjects while B.Tech/BE has 50 plus.
AMIE is cost-effective as compared to B.Tech/BE. The long duration allowed for completing the course is another merit of AMIE as against the duration of B.Tech/BE.