CEED Question Paper

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2. Write your answers ONLY IN ENGLISH.
3. Write or draw your answers only in the space provided for each question.
In some questions, space for rough work has been provided below the
question. This should be used for ROUGH WORK ONLY. The final answer
should be provided ONLY in the space marked as “Space for Final answer”.
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6. Before leaving the examination hall, submit this question-cum-answer paper
to the invigilator.
DRAWING AND VISUALISATION
Question 1..............................................................................................................(5 Marks)
A 5 X 5 grid is shown below as an example.
Draw a 10 X 10 equally spaced grid within the four + marks shown below.
USE FREEHAND DRAWING ONLY.
Do not use any instrument like scale (ruler), set square etc to draw.
➜You will be evaluated by the quality of freehand drawing.
+ +
+ +
+ +
+ +
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DRAWING AND VISUALISATION
Question 2 ..........................................................................................................(15 Marks)
Make a pencil sketch of a transparent glass, half filled with water and a stainless steel
spoon in it. Do not use any instrument like ruler. DO NOT USE COLOURS.
➜ Your drawing will be evaluated by the ability to achieve a realistic
three-dimensional effect.
Space for ROUGH WORK
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Question 2: Space for FINAL SKETCH
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DRAWING AND VISUALISATION
Question 3 ..........................................................................................................(10 Marks)
Letter “I” casts a shadow in the visual shown below.
With the same lighting conditions, and the same viewing angle, draw the shadow created
by the letter “N”.
➜You will be evaluated for the ability to visualise the light and shadow effects in the
three dimensional space.
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DESIGN ABILITY
Question 4 ..........................................................................................................(15 Marks)
Three products are shown below. CHOOSE ONE of them and show the details of
the product through sectional views OR an exploded diagram so that the construction of
the product is clear. Mention the materials recommended for each component.
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Question 4: Space for Rough Work
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Question 4: Space for Final Work
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Describe with visuals, a step-by-step procedure to make a cup of tea, in maximum SEVEN
steps. Supplement your visuals with appropriate text.
➜You will be evaluated by your ability to articulate clearly the sequential instructions
and ability to design visual based instructions.
DESIGN ABILITY
Question 5 ..........................................................................................................(15 Marks)
Space for Rough Work
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Question 5: Space for Final Work
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Question 5: Space for Final Work
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Question 5: Space for Final Work
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List ten different uses for discarded empty mineral water bottle as shown below.
Explain your ideas with short notes and sketches in the space provided.
➜You will be evaluated by the variety of uses, practicality and innovation.
CREATIVITY
Question 6 ..........................................................................................................(10 Marks)
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Question 6
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Question 6
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CREATIVITY
Question 7 ..........................................................................................................(10 Marks)
Fill in the text bubbles in the comic strip given below to make a story.
Suggest a title for the story.
➜ You will be assessed by the relevance of your comments and the connection between
visuals and written text.
TITLE : .......................................................................................................
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Read the following passage carefully. Write a summary of the given passage
in FIVE sentences in the space provided on the opposite page.
➜ You will be judged by your ability to comprehend and summarise the passage
given to you.
COMMUNICATION SKILLS
Question 8 ..........................................................................................................(10 Marks)
Ergonomics / human factors is a multidisciplinary activity striving to
assemble information on people's capacities and capabilities for use in
designing jobs, products, workplaces, and equipment. In the United
States the military and aerospace industries have generally accepted
human factors principles, but most other industries have been less
quick to understand the benefits.
The probable benefits of well-designed jobs, equipment, and workplaces
are improved productivity, safety, health and increased satisfaction for
the employees. Removing unnecessary effort from jobs or reducing
demands by improving the way in which information is transferred
between people or between product and people (inspection) allows for
greater productivity and, ultimately, higher profitability.
The terms ergonomics and human factors are often used synonymously.
Both describe the interaction between the operator and the job
demands, and both are concerned with trying to reduce unnecessary
stress in the workplace. Ergonomics, however, has traditionally focused
on how work affects people. This focus includes studies of their
physiological responses to physically demanding work; environmental
stressors such as heat, noise, and illumination; complex psychomotor
assembly tasks; and visual-monitoring tasks. The emphasis has been
on ways to reduce fatigue by designing tasks within people's work
capacities. In contrast, human factors, as practiced in the United
States, has traditionally been more interested in the man-machine
interface, or human engineering. It has focused on people's behavior as
they interact with equipment, workplaces, and their environment, as
well as on human size and strength capabilities relative to workplace
and equipment design. The emphasis of human factors is often on
designs that reduce the potential for human error.
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Question 8
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As an Indian designer, how would you tackle the issues mentioned below?
Choose ANY TWO topics and describe in NOT MORE THAN FIFTY WORDS.
1. Pesticides in soft drinks
2. Child Labour
3. Adult Literacy
SOCIAL AWARENESS
Question 9 ..........................................................................................................(10 Marks)
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Question 9
SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK
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