Hi,

For now, I've quickly given the answers with little explanation and supportive images, If you're preparing for NID 2018, remind me to update the explanations. I've denied to many comments and messages in the blog and FB when they asked to solve this paper coz I was running out of time and busy with CEED/UCEED students. Sorry for my previous rejections :)

Anyway, somehow managed time to cover this.

You can find -

__NID-DAT 2017 Question paper with official answer key here__

**Downloadable PDF**-

__A complete list of SYL links for NID-DAT exam (sitemap)__

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__Solutions __

**1) D**

Red flames can be from 500 to 800 degrees Celsius, while white flames can be 1,600 C or more. I

**2) C**

It's nothing but USB

**3) C**

**4) D**

Obviously, there should be two or more layers and that too gap filled by air, because air has less conductivity

**5) C**

**6) B**

Just breath in and observe :P

**7) B**

While Garden city of India

Jaipur is the city of Palaces

**8) C**

Below image shows the belts of famous rivers,

Only Godavari and Krishna among the options spread from east to west or vice versa, but Krishna in the lower part covering mostly AP and KN.

**9) A**

It's clear Urjit R Patel is the current

and the first id Bimal Jalan, so only 1 or 2 applies, if u observe the other names too, you will find A as the correct

Here's the

__complete list of goeverners__-**10) C**

pretty easy, Thomas Edison invented bulb and Gramaphone

**11) B**

Obviously, we're living here :P and others are considered as planetary gods

**12)**

Jharkhand - formed on 15th Nov 2000

Uttarakhand - formed on 8th Nov 2000

Arunachal Pradesh - 20th Feb 1987

Chattisgarh - 1st Nov 2000

Just in a matter of days, right!

**13) B**

**14) A**

All the rest are south indian dances

**15) D**

small size cubes - 9*3 = 27

4 cubes taken together = 8

Whole 27 cubes taken together form 1 cube

Total = 36

**16) C**

**17) B**

The Nobel Prize in Physics 1921 was awarded to Albert Einstein for his services to Theoretical Physics, and especially for his discovery of the law of the photoelectric effect

**18) A**

Yellow and Blue mix to form Green

**19) B**

**20) D**

**21) B**

straight answer

2,4,6,8

j, g, d, a

**22) B**

As you can see, from left to right more space is visible, i mean whilte space, so obviously area is decreasing. As the bigger part gets into pieces, it's permiter increases

**23) D**

**24) A**

**25) A**

**26) A**

I don't understand why NID asks this kind of silly questions!

**27) C**

**28) C**

**29) C**

**30) A**

**31) D**

**32) C, D**

**33) B**

**34) C**

What I understood is the alphabet with open ends on top has '0' in the decipher, 'u' and 'y' have opened at the top, so their corresponding symbols can have 0.

**35) B or D**

**36) A**

**37) C**

**38) C**

Hurricane sandy merged with a winter and not a winter storm as such, so 1 sic not correct

Mammoth hybrid is not another name, but it's the term denoting the gaintness of the storm, 6 is also incorrect

**39) D**

**40) D**

**41) A**

RamPrasad and Rekha are like cousins, so Rekha is Sudhir's Aunt

**42) A**

**43) B**

Given

(X+Y+Z)/3 = 32

so,

X = 32*3 - (Y+Z)

Given

(Y+Z)/2 = 27

so Y+Z = 54

from the above

X = 32*3 - (Y+Z)

X = 32*3 - 54 = 42

They asked to average X and 2X

which will be (X+2X)/2 = 1.5*X = 63

**44) A**

The pattern tells that all the open crosses must be closed first, in that case transaction from 4th to 6th happen by closing the open at the bottom

**45) C**

statement (1) 762 - shoes are old

(2) 248 - grandpa is old

(3) 573 - buy good shoes

from the three, we can deduct that

7 - shoes [from (1) and (3)]

2 - old [from (1) and (2)]

6 - are [only 6 left after above two which should be 'are'

**46) C**

it's like this

8 square - 5 square = 64 - 25 = 39

4 square - 1 square = 16 - 1 = 15

7 square - 4 square = 49 - 16 = 33

**47) No correct option (Ans is 15)**

Front - 3

right - 3

back - 2

left - 3

top - 3

bottom - 1

**48) A**

If you observe each pattern, that rectangle alternates in filled and empty, so pattern in R should have empty rectangle (either A or B)

and in each pattern that L shape with a bar at his head, flips and moves in opposite direction, it neither follows clock or anticlockwsie direction in each pattern. So, A suits after Q

**49) D**

**50) B**

by observation

**51) D**

Front - 1

right - 2

back - 2

left - 1

top - 2

bottom - 1

**52) C**

Four surfaced triangles, that's tetrahedron

**53) D**

all other options cannot give the relative size, there must be some other object adjacent to it to determine it's size

**54) C**

K is for sure represent movement, also the outer rectangle in L is not like others which represents conflict, so C should be the answer

**55) B**

base row = 3+2+1 cubes

2nd row = 2+ 1 cubes

top row = 1 cube

**56) D**

**57) A**

**58) B**

**59) C**

**60) B**

**61) D**

**62) C**

**63) A**

**64) B**

**65) B**

Pretty simple, start with top left triangle numbered 1, followed by 4 or 3, after the first three, it's for sure that we have to use 5

**66) C**

The question has unnecessary data confusing. But the simple answer is,

let x,y be the ages of elder and younger bros

A,B be ages of father and mother

given

x-y = A-B

also given that A-B = 4

when the younger has just born, i.e. y =0, so

x-0 = 4

x= 4, when his mother was 30 years

so when the elder is 4, his father is 30+4, since mom and dad age diff are only 4

whent eh elder is just born, i.e. four years back, his father will be 34-4 = 30

**67) A**

one possible pattern could be

sid, Baldev, Mahesh, Ram, Krish

**68) D**

**69) C**

It tells the no. of overlapped rectangles, so '?' should be 3

**70) B**

say x is the distance to the hill

so, to cover x km, time taken is x/20 hrs

similarlyy time taken downhill to cover same distance = x/60

Now, total distance = x+x = 2x

and total time taken = x/20+x/60 = 4x/60 = x/15

so 2x distance takes x/15 hr

revrsing,

x/15 hr time is needed to cover 2x distance

so, for 1 hr, distance covered = 2x/(x/15) = 30 kms

**71) C**

**72) A**

**I've shown which pattern will appear in which surface for the third given cube in the question based on rest images i nthe question.**

**73) A, B**

XI + I = X

if you turn the paper by 180 deg

you get

X = I + IX

equating above two

XI + I = I +IX

XI = IX

So, if you place IX in the place of XI in the first statement, second statement will be valid, so it is possible option

**74) A**

**75) A**

B for sure denote Rabbit!

Sir 34th is just mirror image joined with original text... Place finger on top half to get answer

ReplyDeleteohh ya, thanks :)

DeleteSir 37th is wrong... Answer will be D. Answer can't be two cause it is three lettered word itself. If we read whole sentence then we will find that there are 3 3-lettered words which are 'the', 'nor' and 'are'. Correct me if I am wrong

ReplyDeleteSir in Question 73

ReplyDeleteyou get the same result by rotating it by 180 degrees and by viewing it in a mirror

So both A and B should be correct

i agree with mirroring, but there isn't any option for mirror in the ques!

DeleteYa, it can be, I forgot to put that option too!

Sir,in Q10 I think its phonograph & bulb both invented by Thomas Alva Edison.....and will we be awarded marks in Q47?

ReplyDeleteWe had awarded marks in q.47 by Nid or not?

ReplyDeleteSir 73rd is not possible since the Numbers are written in roman, XI is not equal to IX cuz XI means 11 and IX means 9.... Hence the statement is false.

ReplyDeleteAnswer would be C.

question 27, i also got ans as C)............but they have marked it as wrong ?.........what to do

ReplyDeletedude, they marked it correct, C for 27 only, this page is for bdes, i think u r looking for mdes paper!

DeleteBrother U might have saw question paper/answer paper of different code

DeleteWhat about m.des paper??

ReplyDelete37 is a paradoxical statement as if we write "two" there will be three three-lettered words

ReplyDeleteSir 37th is wrong... Answer will be 3. "Two" is a 3-lettered word hence it will contradict the statement. I we read the whole sentence we will find 3 3-lettered words which are "the", "nor" and "are". Hence the answer will be 3.

ReplyDeleteI also have the doubt in the same question are we supposed to take both sentences into consideration

DeleteWhat about answerkey of Mdes DAT exam???

ReplyDeleteplease can you post it....

In question 50, won't it be A), considering the 4 black crosses and the white one in the negative space?

ReplyDeleteI too think that 37 will be D

ReplyDeleteQ59 -C ... CUT to the chase means ... Get to the point. Can you explain the choice of C ..why not A ( which has only one CUT)

ReplyDeletehii.. could you please do me a favour. please let me know from where i can download answer keys for DAT 2017 (M.Des).

ReplyDeletei haven't solved that yet, I didn't even check if it's available in some other blogs. Pl chk

DeleteWill you please update m.des questions paper with solutions. Nd design part of questions paper also. Please it's my request

DeleteWill try to do if time permits. I will share if i find the solutions somewhere else too.

DeleteHey do all the sets have the questions in the same order?

ReplyDeleteWHICH SET IS THIS?

Deletenope

DeleteSir thank you so much for posting the answers but from where do we get te question paper....?

ReplyDeleteu haven't checked the first link of this page. It's available above.Just scroll to the top and find the 1st link in this post.

DeleteSo the NID pattern has been changed? And this is the last year question paper for Under Gradution?

ReplyDeleteAnswer everywhere is given according to Find booklet series. Can the F booklet question paper be made available because not everyone had the same booklet.

ReplyDeleteSir can you send the solution of NID-M.DES paper, Part B-second last question which is based on symmetry where we just have to draw one line and divide the image in two equal parts?

ReplyDeleteSir can u plz send soln of nid previous years pprs also?

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