The last date for online registration is November 11 with regular fee and November 18 with a late fee of Rs 500.
Part A of the exam is based on the topics of visualisation and spatial ability, environmental and social awareness, analytical and logical reasoning, language and creativity, design thinking and problem-solving and observation and design sensitivity. Part B of CEED is based on drawing, creativity, communication skills and problem identification skills.
In CEED, there are 41 objective-type questions in part A. Among these, the first 8 questions do not have any negative marking. It is where candidates have a significant opportunity to pave their way to the top of the final merit lists. Part B on the other hand consists of five questions carrying 20 marks each. This part involves drawing and sketching which means that the applicants must practice extensively to secure a good score in this part.