Nata Key For Become Best Architecture

Reference-and-Education For all the young aspirants out there who want to make a name in the field of architecture, NATA (National Aptitude Test in Architecture) is the key to make inroads into the best architectural institutions across the country. NATA is a national level examination for a place in the undergraduate courses in Architecture. This examination is held by National Institute of Advanced Studies in Architecture which is governed by Council of Architecture. The NATA scores are considered to be in the league of CAT (Common Aptitude Test) as most of the colleges and universities across the country take these scores into consideration at the time of admissions. The NATA not only helps the urban candidates to secure seats in good colleges but also has a rural penetration enabling the students from all walks of life a chance to prove their mettle. This also creates a healthy competition along with the fact that the seats are less and the candidates are more makes it even tougher for these candidates to crack the test. Once a candidate clears the NATA examination, he has to follow the admission process as per the guidelines set by the respective colleges. Anyone can appear for the NATA examination between 1st Jan to 30th Sep every year at allocated centers by enrolling themselves for the same. A candidate can appear for NATA as many times as he wishes to appear. Eligibility Criteria: The Candidate should have cleared 12th with mathematics or a Diploma holder from a recognized university/institution with an aggregate of 50%. Candidates with International Baccalaureate Diploma having 50% aggregate marks along with Mathematics as one of the subjects can also apply. The candidates should be a resident of India and should have attained a minimum age of 17 years as on 1st July of the year ensuing the year of entrance test. How to apply: A candidate can apply for appearing in NATA by logging on to and filling a registration form or the form can be availed at designated centers once the form is filled, the candidate submits the same along with the test fees and opting for a test centre. Once done they are provided the receipt cum hall ticket with date and time of the examination. If a candidate wishes to earn his application through post, he can do so by sending the requisite letter to the given address and provide the registration number on the letter. Also a specimen signature is advised at the back of the Demand Draft. Examination Pattern and Syllabus: NATA is conducted in two parts: Paper Based Drawing Test and Computer Based Online Aesthetic test. The drawing Test measure a candidates drawing skills whereas the computer based aesthetic test measures the aesthetic sensitivity and critical ability thinking. The duration for the test is 2 hours. About the Author: 相关的主题文章:

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