Thank you for putting up the question.
Our R&D Team is working on the same and it will be introduced ASAP.
On-line submission of Application Form upto 11.50 p.m. (including uploading of photograph and signature) 01.09.2018 to 30.09.2018. for the first attempt.
so the dead line is over for first attempt. however you will get more attempt which the application will start from 08.02.2019 to 07.03.2019
In case you are interested to pursue interaction design as a field of study, you can apply for UID, AIID and other Private colleges such as PES and others.
Yes. In the aptitude / Mathematics section, each question is for 4 marks and a wrong answer will set you back by -1 mark.
We are constantly improving the platform to better meet the above goals, as it has helped alot of students do really well in the past. The platform is only going to get even better, also with respect to doubt clearing and sketching, so keep learning.
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Hey, As of what i am aware of, you can do whatsoever you want inside the boxes except for using lines and boundaries to define a particular image, for say consider creating a mood box for time, you can show an hourglass in a pixelated fashion, which again is mostly abstract, i hope the answer didn't confuse you much.
Symbiosis Entrance Examination for Design has the same syllabus as NID/UCEED but has a different question paper pattern. Click on the link to know more.
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