NATA

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National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) is one of the most recognizable entrance exams being conducted in India within the premises of Academics. The Council of Architecture acts as the conducting institute and delivers best patterns and curriculum for candidates aspiring to make a profound career in the genre of Architecture. This exam is held nation-wide and occurs so as to provide with undergraduate B.Arch. admissions for all educational bodies offering regular and correspondent study courses including Government, Government-aided, Private, University Sections, and Deemed Universities.

National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) is one of the most recognizable entrance exams being conducted in India within the premises of Academics. The Council of Architecture acts as the conducting institute and delivers best patterns and curriculum for candidates aspiring to make a profound career in the genre of Architecture. This exam is held nation-wide and occurs so as to provide with undergraduate B.Arch. admissions for all educational bodies offering regular and correspondent study courses including Government, Government-aided, Private, University Sections, and Deemed Universities.

  • So as to apply for NATA 2015, Candidates must be 10 passed but not for B.Arch. courses.
  • 10+2 or equivalent with 50% as aggregate is required with Maths as compulsory subject so as to satisfy the eligibility criteria for NATA 2015.

Section 1- Paper-Pen based Exam for Architectural Drawing- 2 hour period

Section 2- Computer-Based Exam for Visual Sensitivity- 60 to 90 seconds for each question- 40 questions in total

  • Application forms will be available at university campuses and can be downloaded after fee payment. Fill the form and submit it at the specified test centers you are said to appear for exam, along with your documents.
  • Keep the receipt/voucher generated after fees payment safe with you, after form submission.

 A total of Rs 1000 is payable via Online via Net-banking, Credit Cards/ ICICI Issue.

Candidates have the option of applying for NATA for as long as he/she wants. Just the examination pattern will be same every time.

Candidates must apply to the given colleges and centers with their documents according to notified admissions based on NATA Scorings.

Council of Architecture
Core 6A, 1st Floor, India Habitat Center
Lodhi Road, New Delhi - 110 003
India

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    harshit asks

    what is the income of an architect just after clearing B.ARCH