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About CEED:

CEED (Common Entrance Examination for Design) is an all India examination
conducted by the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay (IIT, Bombay), on behalf
of the Ministry of Human Resources Development, Department of Education,
Government of India. The examination tests the candidates for visual perception
ability, drawing skills, design aptitude and communication skills.

CEED
is a qualifying examination for admission to Post Graduate M.Des. programmes at
the Industrial Design Centre, IIT Bombay; IDDC, IIT Delhi; CPMD, IISc Bangalore;
design Programme, IIT Kanpur.
In addition to CEED, candidates also have to fulfill other requirements such
as tests & interviews of the respective institutions for admission.

Common Entrance ExamINATION For Design (CEED)

CEED is an all India examination conducted by the Indian Institute of
Technology, Bombay (IIT, Bombay), on behalf of the Ministry of Human Resources
Development, Department of Education, Government of India.

The examination tests the candidates for visual perception ability, drawing
skills, design aptitude and communication skills.
CEED is a qualifying
examination for admission to Post Graduate M.Des. programmes at the Industrial
Design Centre, IIT Bombay, IDDC, IIT Delhi, CPMD, IISc Bangalore & Design
Programme Department, IIT Kanpur.

STRUCTURE OF THE EXAMINATION

The duration of the CEED exam is three hours consisting of two
parts.

PART A
Visual Perception and Creative Ability Test to judge Visual
sensitivity and imagination.

PART B
- Written Communication
- Ability to express
precisely one's thoughts on a given topic.
- Ability to comprehend a given
passage in English and summarize it 

DESIGN APTITUDE

Development of new product/ visual concepts and creative ideas based on
analytical observation of problems from daily life situations. Choice of product
concepts suitable for small and large scale production. Generation of solution
in a given material and process such as sheet metal work wood fabrication,
plastic moulding, wire fabrication, etc. or representations of visual concepts
into visual symbols and form, aided with drawings and illustrations. Drawings
based on your analysis.

DRAWING SKILLS

Imagination of objects, people and places from our immediate or distant
environments.

Candidates must either have completed or be expecting to
complete any of the following, by July 2011 :



 
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