CEED 2020 Result

IIT Bombay releases the CEED 2020 Result on the official of CEED. Not only the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay conducts the Common Entrance Exam for Design but also provide its result. All the candidates who participate in the examination can check their result online from the official website Furthermore, they can also download their scorecard. Most important, IIT Bombay conducts CEED for admission to M.Des programmes and to Ph.D programmes in Design at various IITs, IISc Bangalore, and IIITDM Jabalpur. To check the CEED 2020 Result as well as to get more information, candidates can refer to this article.

CEED 2020 Result

After the publication of the final answer key, conducting body releases the result. Candidates can also able to check the result of CEED 2020 exam as well as download their scorecard from this page. Candidates can refer to the table below to know about the important dates of CEED Result.

CEED Result Dates (Expected)
Date of the exam 3rd week of Jan 2020
Declaration of the result 1st week of Mar 2020
Score Card available for download 1st week of Mar 2020

Result: CEED 2020 Result will be available at the official website i.e., www.ceed.iitb.ac.in

How can we check the CEED 2020 Result?

As the result announces, a candidate needs to know about the process of checking the CEED Result. Therefore, we have provided below some simple steps to check the result.

  • First, a candidate has to go to the official website i.e., www.ceed.iitb.ac.in
  • Next, s/he can find a link to check the CEED score. You can also get there through the link provided on this page.
  • After clicking the link, a login window appears as shown in the image below.
    CEED 2020 Result
  • Now, provide your Email id as well as Password and click on the “Login” button.
  • As soon as you click the button, the CEED result/scorecard appears on the screen.
  • Now, you can check as well as download it for further use.

How is the CEED Result 2020 Calculated?

The result of Common Entrance Exam for Design calculates in the following manner.

Part A

First, a candidate shortlists on the basis Part A marks. The cut-off for Part A marks for shortlisting candidates in the Open category is

X + ½ Σ

where, X is the average marks obtained by all candidates in Part A, and Σ is the standard deviation.

The cut-offs for shortlisting candidates of OBC-NCL category is 90% of the Open category. The cut-offs for shortlisting candidates of SC, ST, and PWD categories is 50% of the Open category.

However, the shortlisting is subject to the condition that the candidate must score the minimum prescribed marks (as listed below) or more in Part A.

Category Minimum percentage of marks
Open 10%
OBC-NCL 09%
SC, ST, and PWD 05%

Part B

The authority manually evaluates the Part B answer books of Part A shortlist candidates. After the manual evaluation, they test the normality of the raw scores for each discipline. If the raw scores are normal, then the scores for each question transform using the Box-cox transformation. These transformed scores then normalized by the formula given below:

S = {(m − μi) Σ / σi} + A

where,

  • m‘ is the raw marks obtained by the person in question ‘i
  • μi‘ is the average of the raw marks obtained by all candidates who attempted question ‘i
  • σi‘ is the standard deviation of the raw marks obtained by all candidates who attempted question ‘i‘, and
  • A = 20 and Σ = 5 are chosen to be the average and the standard deviation, respectively, of the distribution of scores ‘S’.

If the ‘S’ score for any candidates falls below 0, then all such scores will be capped at 0, and if the ‘S’ score falls above 40, all such scores will be capped at 40.

Marks obtained in other questions in Part B will be added to ‘S’ above to obtain the Part B score for the candidate.

Part A scores contain 25% weightage and Part B scores contain 75% weightage to calculate the final result.

Important things regarding CEED Result

Candidates may note following these things regarding the CEED 2020 Result.

  • Merit List (Rank) prepares as per the category a candidate provided in the CEED registration form.
  • The CEED Score is valid for a period of one year from the date of declaration of the result.
  • A candidate cannot treat CEED scorecard as a proof of date of birth, category or disability status.
  • Candidates may also note that a CEED score does not guarantee admission.
  • A candidate must apply to respective institutes for admission and fulfill other requirements such as tests and interviews of the respective design departments.
  • Admitting Institutes will also verify the eligibility, the category certificates and other documents along with the CEED score.
  • The announcement for admission to the postgraduate programmes in design will be notified by the individual institutes separately.
  • The criteria for postgraduate admission and award of scholarship/assistance are different in different institutes.

CEED 2020

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