SEED Exam Pattern 2018- Symbiosis Institute of Design (SID) has provided details about exam pattern of SEED 2018 for candidates, who will be taking the entrance test on May 5. SET Design 2018 exam pattern will include complete details about the structure of entrance test. Candidates will be able to know about the type and total number of questions, topics covered, time duration, marking scheme, and other important information from SEED exam pattern 2018. Before appearing for the entrance test, it is advisable that test-takers should be aware about the test pattern of SEED 2018 in order to have a fair idea. Candidates can check the SEED 2018 exam pattern along with syllabus on this page.
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SEED Exam Pattern 2018
Candidates can check the modalities of SEED 2018 exam pattern below-
SEED 2018, a design aptitude test, will assess students on various parameters in order to judge their abilities. They will be evaluated on following aspects-
Creative thinking abilities
General design awareness
Geometry, color, craft & traditions
Awareness about Indian culture, any more.
SEED 2018 will be conducted for two and half hours (150 minutes). Candidates reporting late at the exam centre will not given any extra time.
Total Number of Questions:
There will be a maximum of 150 questions.
Type of Questions:
All the questions will be objective type having four options.
The maximum marks will be 150. There will be no negative marking for wrong responses.
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Questions from below mentioned topics will be asked in SEED 2018:
SEED Syllabus 2018
Topics for SET Design 2018
Art, craft, culture, design and environment
General awareness of Craft, Culture, Art, Design and Environment in Indian and global context - Various topics and sub-topics, issues & concerns, influences, people, material, tools, techniques,period, and contemporary trends.
Application of basic knowledge of science and mathematics
Observing applications of basic principles of science and mathematics learned up to standard 10th in the day-to-day activities & objects and finding the interesting relevance
Observational, perceptual and reasoning abilities
Ability to read and see objects and information beyond obvious details, make comparisons, make connections, form opinions, draw meanings & conclusions. Analyze your observations, express your point of view and present in a systematic manner.
Creative and problem solving abilities
Ability to visualize and relate images. Ability to identify a problem and provide solutions
Understanding and visualization of simple and complex 2D & 3D geometric shapes, their manipulations and spatial relationships through representations in pictorial and geometric forms.
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