CEPT University, since its inception in 1962, has been known to set benchmarks in building design. It is recognized globally, for its premier architectural design education. However, as the world moves towards standardizing building products and practices to facilitate optimization of resources, manpower and time; the building methods are still inefficient in managing these. There is a definite dearth of building solutions in India.
The course, spread over ten semesters, will focus on developing systems thinking into the field of building products’ design. The students shall be exposed to the various elements of building technology, structural engineering, production processes, material sciences, form making, detailing and design management. A human centric and hands on approach to design will generate professionals sensitive to aesthetics, product performance, sustainability and ease of manufacturing.
Seats and Eligibility
Applicants should have passed the qualifying examination 10+2 or its equivalent examination from any streams (Science, Commerce and Arts/Humanities), from any State boards or CBSE/CISCE/NIOS/IB, with a minimum aggregate score of 50% for all subjects.
All applicants must appear for UCEED (Undergraduate Common Entrance Examination for Design) test to become eligible for BDES admissions.
|Program||Total seats to be filled in by CEPT University
(All India Category)
|Bachelor’s in Design (BDES)||40|
FOR ALL DETAILS-
The evaluation will be done in three stages, as mentioned below:
Stage 1 - Scrutiny for eligibility: All applications received will be scrutinized based on information provided/uploaded in the application forms. This scrutiny is to check whether the applicant meets the eligibility criteria. Only those applicants who meet the eligibility criteria and pass the scrutiny will be considered for Stage 2 (Merit list).
Stage 2 – Preparation of merit list: All eligible applications will be examined, and marks tallied for 12th HSC or equivalent exam and the UCEED Score. Candidates will be selected based on the UCEED Score.
The final list of merit order would be based on the following weightage:
- UCEED Score