UCEED 2018 admit cards released at uceed.iitb.ac.in today; exam will be conducted on 20 January
The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay has released admit cards for the Undergraduate Common Entrance Exam for Design (UCEED)
The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay has released admit cards for the Undergraduate Common Entrance Exam for Design (UCEED).
All eligible candidates are required to visit the official website, uceed.iitb.ac.in, to download their respective admit cards, which will contain candidates' roll numbers and photographs, as also the examination schedule and location centres.
A report in The Indian Express said that the UCEED exam is conducted for admissions to Bachelor of Design (BDes) programmes conducted by IIT Bombay, IIT Guwahati and IITDM Jabalpur.
The exams will be held on 20 January, at 10 am and will last three hours, the report said. Results will be declared on Sunday, 18 February.
As reported by News18, the exam will be for 300 marks and will be in English language only. The questions are divided into three categories: Numerical Answer Type (NAT) questions; Multiple Select Questions (MSQ); and Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ).
The report added that apart from the IITs, a few other universities also depend on the UCEED to allot seats for their graduation programmes. These varsities include Lovely Professional University, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies in Dehradun and VIT University, Vellore.
The financial capital has reported five-digit COVID-19 cases for the first time since 7 April, 2021, when it had reported 10,428 cases and 23 fatalities during the second wave of the pandemic
With fresh additions, the COVID-19 tally increased to 10,11,967, while the death toll jumped to 16,476, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said
Mumbai records nine new COVID deaths, highest in five months; cases drop to 11,317, 17% less than yesterday
This was the second consecutive day when Mumbai witnessed a dip in daily coronavirus cases. Mumbai registered a positivity rate of 20.6 percent, down from 21.73 percent yesterday