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For CEED Preparation no specific text book or guide is recommended. Candidates may however hone their drawing, rendering and visualization skills.
Some of the previous years’ question papers are available Here. Candidates may refer to these question papers.
Online CEED Mock Test
Master of Design (M.Des) aspirants who will be appearing for the Common Entrance Examination for Design (CEED) can practice for the exam with the help of the CEED Mock Test which is provided below.
Common Entrance Examination for Design (CEED) is an all India examination conducted by IIT Bombay on behalf of the Ministry of Human Resources Development, Government of India.
The objective of CEED is to assess the candidate’s aptitude for design, involving visual perception ability, drawing skills, logical reasoning, creativity and communication skills.
CEED Preparation Tips
Knowing the CEED Syllabus is not enough to ace the exam. You need to know how to attempt the questions. The Part B is all about hand drawing, sketching, and expressing through your designing skills. Here are a few must know things for CEED Exam.
- CEED Previous Year Papers – Practice from the previous year papers. CEED Question Papers are given here. You must see what types of questions were asked previously. There will be no repeated questions, but you will get an idea of what the examiners want.
- The pencil is your weapon – Free hand sketching is what you should focus on. Take any object you come across and sketch them in different perspectives. You should know how their sectional views would be. It is not necessary to excel in portraits or such kind of art, but you must know well to express your ideas through drawings. H-grade pencil should be used for rough work and light drawings. Grade B pencils should be used for rapid work and where shading is involved.
- Broaden your perspective – Design is not just about aesthetics. It is about thinking outside the box. When you check out the Part B questions asked in past years, you will know what this means.
- Visualize – You need to see in your mind’s eye what you want to put on paper. Everyday try to visualize at least one unique idea and sketch it.