CEED 2018

CEED 2018 | CEED Application Dates | Gurumantra

 

The tentative application dates for CEED 2018 exam:

Particulars Tentative dates
Application Form dates for CEED 2018 3rd week of October 2017
Last date for CEED application form submission (without late fee) 2nd week of November 2017
Last date for CEED application form submission (with late fee) 3rd week of November 2017
CEED Exam Date 4th week of January 2018

 Eligibility Criteria for student appearing for CEED 2018 |
Gurumantra

Eligibility requirement for students aspiring to appear for CEED 2018 is as follows:

  • Nationality:The applicants must be Indian nationals to be eligible for CEED 2018.
  • Number of Attempts:No maximum limit of attempts for CEED exam.
  • Age Limit:No age limit.
  • Qualifying Examination:Students must be appearing or should possess the bachelors’ degree in 10+2+4 pattern from a state recognized university. B.E/B.Tech, B.Arch, B.F.A, B.Des graduates.

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 CEED 2018 Exam Pattern

The details about the CEED exam pattern is given below:

  • Parts of papers:Part-A and Part-B.
  • Procedure of Examination:Part-A will be a Computer Based Test (CBT). Part-B will be a theoretical test. For Part-B, a separate answer sheet will be provided for students qualifying for this part. Only students who clear Part-A are eligible for Part-B.
  • Number of Questions:Part-A sections:
    1. 5 questions
    2. 10 questions
    3. 35 questions
  • Section of Questions:Multiple Choice Questions, Multiple Select Questions and Numerical Answer Questions in Part-A for CEED.
  • Exam Duration:Total 3 Hours.
    1. Part-A: 1 Hour.
    2. Part-B: 2 Hours.

CEED Syllabus

Part-A for CEED syllabus consists of six main topics:

  1. Visualization and spatial ability.
  2. Observation and design sensitivity.
  3. Analytical reasoning.
  4. Environmental and social awareness.
  5. Language and creativity.
  6. Design thinking and Problem Solving.

Part-B consists of 4 topics:

  1. Drawing skills.
  2. Creativity
  3. Communication Skills.
  4. Analytical and problem-solving skills.