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# IITB CEED 2020 Question Paper Common Entrance Exam For Design : IIT Bombay

Organisation : IITB Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
Exam Name : CEED 2020 Common Entrance Examination for Design
Document Type : Question Paper
Website : http://www.ceed.iitb.ac.in/2020/

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## IITB CEED Exam

Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, CEED 2020 Common Entrance Examination for Design Question Paper.

Related / Similar Question Paper : IITB CEED 2019 Question Paper

## CEED Question Paper

Part A – Section I: Numerical Answer Type Questions
Q.01 Two views of a solid object are shown. Count the number of surfaces

Q.02 While Lilo was playing with a toy tractor, she rolled it over an ink drop. The image on the right shows the ink drop and the marks on the floor left by tractor’s wheels. The diameter of the back wheel of the tractor is 1.5 times that of its front wheel. What is the number of revolutions made by the front wheel between the ink drop and the last mark?

Q.03 X1 is a 3D form generated from the shape X, using certain 3D operations. It has 14 surfaces in total. The same operations are carried out on shape Y. How many surfaces would the resulting 3D form have?

Q.04 Count the total number of triangles.

Q.05 What is the shortest distance (in cm) for the red dot to reach the position x? The dot can travel only along the grid lines shown

Q.06 What is the number of differences between the two images?

Q.07 The figure shows two views of an object. What is the least volume of a rectangular box required to pack six such objects?

Q.08 The figure shows two views of the same solid. Count the number of surfaces.

Part A – Section II: Multiple Select Questions
Q.9 Triangle P and pentagon Q have markings on them as shown in the figure. If they are placed over each other, which of the following arrangements is/are possible?

Q.10 Which option(s) is/are simple rotations of the figure given below?

Q.11 Given options show wooden joints, each made of 2 wooden blocks of different colours with a wooden pin at the centre. All joints can be released along the Z axis. Which of the joints can be released along the Y axis?

Q.12 Which of the objects shown in the options form(s) a perfect circle?

## Instructions

1. The total duration of the examination is 3 hours. The question paper contains two parts – Part A and Part B. The duration of Part A is one hour. The duration of Part B is two hours. Part B will start only after Part A ends. Part A cannot be attempted once Part B commences.
2. Questions of Part A and Part B will appear on the computer. Answers to Part A have to be entered in the computer. Answers to Part B need to be given in the answer booklet provided by the invigilator.
3. Part A carries a total of 100 marks. It contains 3 sections. All questions are mandatory.
4. For each NAT question, the answer is a number. The answer needs to be entered using the virtual keyboard on the monitor. No choices will be shown for these questions. In NATs, the correct answer will be awarded 3 marks. There is no negative or partial marking for NATs.
5. Each MSQ has four choices of which one or more is/are the correct answer(s). 3 marks will be awarded only if all the correct choices are selected. Zero marks will be awarded if question is not attempted. In all other cases, -0.2 marks will be awarded.
6. Each MCQ has four choices of which only one is the correct answer. In MCQs, the correct answer will be awarded 2 marks and wrong answer will be awarded -0.5 marks. Questions not attempted will be awarded zero marks.
7. Scribble pads will be provided for rough work for Part A. These have to be returned to the invigilator at the end of the Part A exam.
8. Part B carries a total of 100 marks. It contains 5 questions of 20 marks each. All questions in Part B are mandatory. Each question must be answered on the page(s) designated for that question in the answer booklet. Additional instructions to Part B questions are provided in the answer booklet.
9. In Part B, colour pencils, crayons, sketch pens etc. may be used unless otherwise specified in the questions.
10. Charts, graph sheets, tracing papers, tables, calculators, cellular phones and other electronic gadgets are not allowed in the examination hall.