Nidhi Bahl Updated On: 15 Oct, 2018 16:32 IST
CEED Syllabus gives you a detailed look at all the topics that you have to study in order to prepare for the examination. There are two parts in the examination - Part A and Part B. In here, you will see all the topics that you need to study for both parts of the CEED paper.
CEED Syllabus for Part A is as follows:
Environmental and Social Awareness
In this section, candidates’ knowledge regarding the environment and social awareness is tested. Questions based on pollution, population, climate, literature, natural resources, history of art etc. are asked in the question paper.
Visualization and Spatial Ability
In this section, candidates’ understanding of transformation and manipulation of 2D shapes and 3D objects and their spatial relationships are tested through pictorial and diagrammatic questions.
Language and Creativity
This section tests candidates’ English language skills. Questions are asked on the following topics:
Design Thinking and Problem Solving
In this section, candidates’ problem-solving skills are judged. Questions on various topics like metaphors, symbols, signs, visual analogies are asked.
Analytical and Logical Reasoning
In this section, candidates’ analytical and logical reasoning abilities are tested. Questions on patterns, brainteasers, data interpretation, assumptions and conclusions, arguments, etc. are asked in the exam.
Observation and Design Sensitivity
This section tests candidate's ability to analyze, reason, classify, infer and predict and also ability to discern subtle differences in visual properties and aesthetic outcomes.
CEED 2019 Syllabus for Part B is as follows:
Candidates’ creative skills are tested in this section, wherein candidates have to come up with new ideas for drawing and designing.
Drawing and designing skills of the candidates are tested in this section. Candidates must know how to draw scenes in proportion with good line quality, proportion, composition, and shading.
Analytical and Problem Solving Skills
This section tests candidates' knowledge of properties of materials, ability to understand the user and the context and their appropriate use in design plots, stories, etc.
In this section, candidates are judged on their communicational skills. Here, candidates must know how to explicitly communicate ideas with the help of visuals and text.