Common Entrance Examination for Design (CEED) is conducted by IIT-Bombay for students interested in Master of Design (M.Des). Students can opt for IIT Kanpur, IIT Hyderabad, IIITDM Jabalpur, IIT Bombay , IIT Delhi, IISc Bangalore, IIT Guwahati, UPES Dehradun etc on the basis of their scores in CEED exam.
CEED aspirants should have a degree/diploma/ Masters degree of 4 years or 3+2 years ( after 10+2 level ) / appearing for final exam of the programme. There are no age limits for the CEED exam.
CEED exam is scheduled of 20th January 2018.
CEED 2018 shall comprise of 2 parts. The exam aims to check a candidate’s outlook and aptitude for design. The exam comprises of questions on creativity, drawing, logical reasoning, visual perception, communication skills etc. CEED 2018 scores are valid for a year from date of results being declared.
Part A is conducted online and carries a total of 100 marks. It contains 3 sections as given below:
- Section I (30 marks) contains 10 Numerical Answer Type (NAT) questions. No choices will be given for these questions. Each correct answer will be awarded 3 marks. No negative Marking.
- Section II ( 20 marks) contains 10 Multiple Select Questions (MSQs). Each MSQ has four choices of which one or more is/are the correct answer(s). Candidate gets 2 marks only if they select all correct answers for a given MSQ. Questions not attempted will be awarded zero marks. No negative marking.
- Section III ( 50 marks) contains 25 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs). Each MCQ has four choices of which only one is the correct answer. Each correct answer will be awarded 2 marks. Negative marking applies in this section so each wrong answer will be awarded -0.6 marks. Questions not attempted will be awarded zero marks.
Part B carries a total of 100 marks. It contains 8 questions. You may choose to answer any ONE of Questions 1-5. Questions 6, 7 and 8 are mandatory.
Each question must be answered on the page(s) designated for that question in the answer book..
Additional instructions to Part B questions are provided in the answer book.
In Part B, colour pencils, crayons, sketch pens etc. may be used unless otherwise specified in the questions.