The exam pattern defines the internal details of the question paper of an exam. Candidates who wish to appear for the exam must know about the exam pattern so that they can prepare well for the exam and also attempt the exam successfully. For all the candidates who are really serious for getting selected for the courses, they must focus on how to attempt the paper effectively. It is important to know about the exam pattern as it will definitely help the candidates in getting a good score and attempting the paper more informatively. Not only the exam pattern is useful in terms of attempting the paper effectively, but also to prepare for it accordingly. The candidates can figure out how to prepare for the exam including the time management routine. The complete details of the CEED pattern have been defined below.
The CEED exam will be held in 2 parts.
- Part 1 exam will be held in the Computer-based mode.
- All the questions in this part will be objective type questions.
- Negative marking is applicable for Part 1.
- Part 2 will be held in Pen and Paper mode.
- This will be a hand drawing test.
- The scores in this test shall contribute for the merit list formation.
CEED Examination pattern in detail for both parts, A & B
The question paper of CEED will be divided in two parts, A (online screening test) and B (paper-based test). Candidates will have to take and qualify both the parts in order to become eligible for the admission. The detailed info about both the Parts of the examination is as given below:
The language of paper– Both the sections will be held in the English language.
Exam duration – Candidates will get 1 hour to complete Part A and two hours to attempt Part B.
Mode of the Exam – The Part -A of CEED paper will be held in online mode i.e. computer-based examination. Whereas the questions for Part B will display on the computer screen but the candidates have to answer it on a sheet of paper.
Question Type – The questions of Part A will be objective type/multiple choice type in nature whereas, the questions in Part B will be designed to evaluate candidates sketch/drawing and designing skills.
Marking criteria – The marking criteria of the examination is tabled below
|Part||Section (Part A)|
Question Type (Part B)
|Number of Questions||Marks Per Section||Total Marks|
|A||I||10 questions||2||20 marks|
|II||10 questions||2||20 marks|
|III||30 questions||2||60 marks|
|B||Question from different streams||–||50||100|
|Creative use of an Object||–||20|
This is all about the exam pattern. Here comes the time to review the CEED syllabus.
The entrance test of CEED will be organized in different cities across India. Candidates have to select three cities mandatorily in the order of preference while filling the online application form. The examination will be held in the following cities:
Ahmedabad, Bhopal, Bengaluru, Bhubaneswar, Chennai, Chandigarh, Guwahati, Delhi, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Lucknow, Kolkata, Mumbai, Patna, Nagpur,Pune, Thiruvananthapuram, Raipur, Trissur, and Vishakhapatnam.