IIT Bombay has just now announced that they will now release the CEED admit card 2022 on January 12, 2022. Initially, the admit card for Common Entrance Exam for Design was supposed to be released tomorrow i.e. on January 8, 2022. The exam date has not been changed and this design entrance exam for M.Des admissions will be held on January 23, 2022.
IIT B has made the announcement at ceed.iitb.ac.in. It has been notified under the ‘Updates’ section, under the heading ‘Admit Card Download’. The single line notice says, ‘Admit Cards can be downloaded from 12th January, 2022 from the candidate portal.‘
The organizers have not provided any explanation on why they have postponed the admit card release date. At best, it can be assumed due to technical issues. At worst, candidates fear an exam date postponement. However, as of now, the exam date remains unchanged on the website. The Common
Admit cards for the Common Entrance Examination for Design (CEED), 2022 will be released on the new date, which is next week, Wednesday, at ceed.iitb.ac.in. The exam is to be conducted on January 23, 2022, Sunday from 9 am to 12 noon. Candidates are required to take a clear printout of the admit card, along with an ID proof before attending the exam. In case candidates find any error or discrepancy in the admit card, they can email their grievances at [email protected].
How to Download CEED Admit card 2022?
Once the admit card link is activated, candidates can follow the steps given below to download the admit card:
Step 1: Head over to the CEED official website, ceed.iitb.ac.in
Step 2: Find the link to download the admit card, the same can be found under the ‘Updates’ section.
Step 3: On the following page, applicants are required to log in by entering their credentials like email ID and password.
Step 4: Candidates can now download their admit cards.
It must be noted that the admit card is an important document and its requirement would be needed to avail entry to the examination venue.
CEED 2022 is an all India level design entrance exam. The question paper will have two parts. Part A will be objective, with numerical, MCQs, and multiple selection questions. This section will be a computer based test. Part B will be a drawing test, for which the question will come on screen but answer will have to be drawn on a physical paper.