UCEED 2022 Cut-off for Part-A Released
The design entrance exams UCEED / CEED were conducted last month. Students who attended the exam on 23rd January were expecting to see the U/CEED cutoff marks this year. As informed by the officials, the U/CEED cutoff marks for Part-A has been released on February 10th, 2022.
UCEED cutoff is the minimum marks required by students to qualify the Part-A of the UCEED exam. This means that those who have scored equal to or more than cutoff marks are qualified, and they are considered by colleges to join their design courses.
– U/CEED Important Dates
UCEED 2022 Result – March 10, 2022
UCEED 2022 Scorecard Download – March 14 to June 14, 2022
UCEED 2022 Cutoff Announcement – Unknown
Seat Allotment Round 1 – April 10, 2022
Seat Allotment Round 2 – May 10, 2022
Seat Allotment Round 3 – June 10, 2022
– How is U/CEED 2022 cut off determined?
Indian Institute of Technology – IIT Bombay has made some changes in the way U/CEED 2022 cut-off marks is determined. More specifically, the formula which was previously used to calculate U/CEED cut-off marks has been changed. Marks will now be calculated in the following manner:
For open category students, the formula used will be Y+(Z/2)=X. In this case, X is the cut-off mark, Y is the average marks, and Z is the standard deviation of the mark distribution received by all students in Part-A of the U/CEED exam in 2022. Moreover, the Y and Z values are rounded off.
For other categories, the calculation will be done as follows:
OBC – 0.9X
EWS – 0.9X
SC/ST – 0.5X
PwD – 0.5X
– U/CEED Cut-off
The UCEED Part-A mean cutoff is 69.54 and the standard deviation of the same is 31.02.
OPEN Category – 85.05
OBC-NCL/EWS – 76.545
SC/ST/PwD – 42.525
OPEN Category – 24.585
OBC-NCL/EWS – 22.1265
SC/ST/PwD – 12.2925
In addition, please note that the Part-B paper of those candidates who do not get shortlisted, shall not be evaluated.
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