Common Entrance Examination for Design (CEED) is an entrance examination for admission to Master of Design (M.Des.) and Ph.D programmes in Design at some of the well known institutes like IISC Bangalore, IIT Bombay, IIT Delhi, IIT Guwahati, IIT Hyderabad and IIT Kanpur. The CEED entrance exam is held by Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT Bombay). The purpose of this test is to evaluate aptitude skills for design, involving visual observation ability, drawing skills, logical reasoning, creativity, and communication skills among the prospective candidates.
In our previous article, Common Entrance Examination for Design (CEED) 2015 we have already discussed about the different Programmes available for Master Programmes as well as Ph.D Programmes along with the eligibility criteria required to appear for CEED 2015 entrance exam. We have also mentioned the examination centers for CEED 2015 entrance exam as well as the application process, application fees, application process etc..
Through this article, we shall discuss the CEED 2015 Syllabus so that candidates can prepare really well for their upcoming entrance exams. By way of CEED 2015 Syllabus candidates can come to know which all topics should be prepared for the entrance exam & thus prepare for it. Given below is the CEED 2015 Syllabus.
CEED 2015 Syllabus
- Elements of Design
- Principles of design
- Choice of product concepts suitable for small and large scale production
- Development of new product/ visual concepts & creative ideas based on analytical observation of problems from daily life situation
- Generation of solution in a given material and process such as sheet metal work wood fabrication
- Plastic molding,
- Wire fabrication
- Imagination and Drawing Skills covering objects, birds, animals, furniture people and places from immediate or distant environments
- Sample Sketching features
- Perspective making
- Design Concepts
- Scale and proportions
- Aesthetics & Sensitivity
- Color Psychology and Applications
- Representations of visual concepts into visual symbols and form
- Aided with drawings and illustrations
- Drawings based on analysis