CEED 2021 Exam Pattern
Students can know details of the CEED exam pattern in the below given section:
- Exam mode & date: CEED 2021 will be conducted on 17th January 2021 through online CBT mode. However, Part B of the paper will be in offline mode.
- Parts: The paper will be divided into two parts – A & B.
- Sections: There will be total of three sections in CEED paper.
- Type of Questions: In the paper, the part A will consists of multiple select type & numerical answer type of questions. Part B will have drawing based questions.
- Time Duration: The exam will be of total 3 hours. The exam paper of part A will be of 1 hour and Part B will be of 2 hour.
- Total Marks: Part A and Part B will be of 100 marks each.
- Language of Paper: The exam paper will be in the medium language of English.
- Marks Weightage: 25% weightage of marks will be given for Part A & 75% weightage to Part B.
Know the section wise exam pattern details for Part A and B in the below given table:
|Section||Number of Questions||Question No.||Marks if Correct||Marks if Wrong||Total Marks|
|NAT||10||1 – 10||3||0||30|
|MCQ||25||21 – 45||2||-0.6||50|
|MSQ||10||11 – 20||2||0||20|
|Total||45||1 – 45||100|
|Section||Number of Questions||Question No.||Total Marks|
|Discipline Specific Question||5 (answer any one)||1 – 5||40|
|Total||8||1 – 8||100|
CEED 2021 Syllabus
Know CEED Syllabus for A and B part of the paper in the below given section:
Part A: Environmental and Social Awareness: Questions from General awareness of environmental factors such as climate, natural resources, etc., Implications on the design of infrastructure, products, images and environment. Awareness of social and cultural connection with design and design terminologies, etc.
Visualization and Spatial Ability: Questions will be based on Pictorial or diagrammatic questions to assess the understanding of transformation or manipulation of 2D and 3D objects and their spatial relationships.
Language and Creativity: Ability to distinguish innovative options, ability to think creatively in terms of alternatives and think out of the box. Questions will test candidate’s ability to understand passages in commonly used English Languages.
Analytical and Logical Reasoning: Candidate’s ability to describe given information logically and select the most accurate solutions will be checked in this section. Also, the candidate’s ability to use logic and structured thinking to deduce from a short passage with a number of statements is the most absolute response to a posed question which will be checked in this section.
Observation and Design Sensitivity: Candidates ability to detect concealed properties in day to day life and think critically about them.
Design Thinking and Problem Solving: Questions will check candidates ability to understand the context, the users and the constraints and choose the most accurate solution for a given design problem.
Part B: Drawing: Candidate’s ability to draw products, composition, proportion, people or scenes in proportion with good line quality, perspective and shading will be checked.
Creativity: The ability to think out of the box and come up with diverse as well as unique solutions will be seen in this section.
Problem Identification skills: In this part B test, the students knowledge of appropriate use in design and ability, properties of materials and process, understanding of the user and the context, originality of solutions, ability to create characters, plots, stories, etc. will be checked.
Communication skills: Candidates ability to communicate idea and concepts clearly using text and visuals will be checked.