Here is the detailed procedure about how CEED Cut-off is calculated:
- CEED 2015 examination consisted of two parts: Part-A had multiple choice questions, while Part-B had design, drawing type. Part-A score was used for screening only.
- Cut-off marks for Part-A for general category were chosen so that a total of 10n candidates (over all categories) qualify Part-A. n is the number of seats available in all design programs that use the CEED score for admission purposes.
- If the cut-off marks for General category are m, then cut-off marks for OBC (NCL) candidates are 0.9m and for SC/ST/PD candidates are 0.5m. The category information used was based on documents submitted by candidates upto 01 December, 2013, the day of the CEED 2014 examination.
CEED 2015 Syllabus
CEED 2015 Counselling
- For candidates who have qualified Part-A, each of the 6 questions in Part-B is evaluated by the same examiner for all the candidates. This ensures that evaluation of each question is uniform for all candidates.
- The qualification marks for Part-B are selected so as to qualify 5n total candidates, where n is the same as above. Cut-off marks for various categories are decided as in point 3 above
CUT-OFF FOR 2015:
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