CEED Exam pattern
What is the examination pattern for CEED examination?
- There is no age limit or restriction on the number of attempts for CEED Examination. A candidate should hold a bachelors degree from any recognized university of India, in Architecture, Fine Arts, or Engineering. CEED exam is divided into two parts, namely part A and part B. A candidate is required to attempt both the parts. While part A is a screening test which qualifies candidates on the basis of General Knowledge and awareness, part B is only evaluated only when the candidate qualifies in part A. Part B examines the drawing and creative skills of the candidate. There is negative marking for every wrong answer.
- After the first round of examination, the candidate needs to appear in the second round of examination, known as DAT (Design Aptitude Test). The test further evaluates the designing and innovative skills of the candidate.
- The final round is the personal interview round. Based on all the above mentioned three examinations, the candidate is finally selected for the respective institutes.