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Exam Name: National Aptitute Test in ArchitechtureCommonly called as: NATAExam Type: UG Entrance ExamExam Category: NationalConducting Institute: Council of ArchitectureAbout NATA: NATA is the aptitude test required for admissions to 1st year of 5 year B.Arch. degree course at all institutes / schools / colleges of Architecture in India (including Govt., Govt-aided, Private Unaided, University Depts., Deemed Universities, etc.), offering courses, leading to Bachelor's degree in ArchitectureNATA Eligibility Criteria: Students who have passed Class X are eligible to attempt NATA but for admissions to B.Arch courses, Students must have passed class XII with a minimum of 50 % and must have mathematics as a subject.NATA Paper Pattern: Consists of two parts: a paper based drawing test and a computer based aesthetic sensitivity test. The paper based test is for 2 hours and candidates have to answer three questions based on drawing. The computer based test has 40 multiple choice questionsNATA Application process:
APPLICATIONS OPEN NOW
Application Fees: Rs 1000
Application fee can be paid via: to be paid at designated branches of ICICI.
Start sale of prospectus: March 15, 2013Last date for receipt of application:Test Date: from March 20, 2013NATA Result: will be available on the website on the fourth day after attempting the exam.Website: http://portal.nata.inContact Info:Council of ArchitectureCore 6A, 1st Floor, India Habitat Center Lodhi Road, New Delhi - 110 003 India
CDSA Campus, Survey no. 58 & 49/4, Bavdhan Khurd, Paud-Pirangut Road,(Before Ambrosia Resort; Off Chandni Chowk)Pune – 411021, Maharashtra, IndiaAdmissions into Architecture Courses:
Students would be advised to note that the NATA is a screening process for admissions.
The actual admissions will be through the individual universities and institutes.
Students will have to apply to these colleges as soon as the admission notifications come in.
Admissions will be based on the academic qualifications/performance as well as the NATA score.
Click here for the list of institutions, universities offering the B.Arch course in India
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There are as many as 318 Colleges across India that accept NATA score. You can check the list of the colleges at:
No. You would need WBJEE rank alongside NATA for the counselling. Only then can you opt for your preference in B.Arch.
NATA scorecard is mandatory during the counselling for securing a seat in the B.Arch programme in Jadavpur University.
For admission in Jadavpur University architecture department WBJEE GMR(General Merit Rank ) is necessary along with qualification in NATA. That means only NATA score is not enough for admission in B.Arch , you must appear or have had appeared in WBJEE and secured a good rank.
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Eligibility to appear in NATA EXAM.
Age Limit : No Age criteria are specified by COA(Council of Architecture)
Qualifying Examination : Candidates Passed/ Appearing in 10+2 exam
Qualifying Subjects Required : 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as compulsory subjects having 50% marks
in Physics, Chemistry Mathematics and atleast 50% aggregate marks in 10+2.
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The first test of NATA was scheduled to be held in 19th april 2020. But due to the the lockdown in country for containment of COVID- 19 the NATA first test has been postponed.
The new exam dates will be released on the official website of NATA after the lockdownload is over.
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