Architecture Admission 2019 Gujarat B.Arch Admission


NATA at a Glance - FAQ

The national aptitude test in architecture (NATA) measures the aptitude of the applicant for specific field of study, i.e. Architecture

Prospective applicants desirous of taking admission to First year of undergraduate course in Architecture (Bachelor of Architecture) in India take NATA. NATA scores are used by admissions authorities of different Government, Govt. Aided & unaided schools / colleges of Architecture, to provide common measure for comparing the qualifications of applicants, for admission in addition to their scholastic performance in 10+2 or equivalent examination.

Any person having passed 10th Standard or equivalent examination, for details Clause 2 “Eligibility” in the NATA Brochure.

At designated Test Centers located at centers/colleges/ schools of architecture in India. Updated list of Test centers is available at the website www.nata.in

NATA can be given on any working day except national holidays from 14th March onwards. The NATA shall be conducted in two phases i.e. Phase – I from 14.03.2014 to 25.05.2014 and Phase – II from 01.06.2014 to 31.08.2014 at designated Test Centers.

1. Candidate can apply for registration for NATA 2017 online at website http://www.nata.in by paying fees of Rs.1000.00 either through credit cards / debit cards / netbanking or can generate the challan for depositing the fees by way of cash in any of the branch of the ICICI Bank Ltd. all over India (processing charges extra). 2. Identify a Test Center (from the website http://www.nata.in) at a location convenient to the candidate. 3. Approach the Test Center with the printout of the online form filled alongwith required documents and proof for the payment made. 4. Select convenient date for appearing for the NATA. 5. Request Test Center to register the candidate on the selected date. 6. Procure Receipt cum Appointment voucher from the Test Center. 7. Appear for NATA on the registered date.


Report to the test center at least 30 minutes before scheduled time of test with Receipt cum Appointment voucher, valid photo ID and drawing material required for the test. Test Center personnel will guide you regarding the further process.

The score cards will be available on NATA website in e-format, usually, on the fourth working day after the test.

As per Council of Architecture admission guidelines, a candidate applying to any school / college of architecture in India should have achieved 40% score in NATA, i.e. at least 80/200, for consideration of admission into first year B.Arch.

A candidate may apply for admission to any of the participating institutions as per the time schedule specified by the respective appropriate admission authority, along with all the documents desired by it.

No. NATA is just an Aptitude Test. On receiving the Score Card, the candidate will have to contact various admission authorities with NATA Score Card and other details (as prescribed by the respective Admission Authorities). Admission in India lies with the State (usually under Directorate of Technical Education for that state). Usually around summer, Admission Authorities will bring out admission notices in National & Regional newspapers. The candidate may contact schools of architecture directly for information as to when the admission process is scheduled to begin.

NATA is designed in such a manner that prior tutelage is not required. COA/NIASA is aware that the candidates will have no or minimal knowledge of architecture. NATA measures aptitude of the candidate in his / her aesthetic sensibilities (3D visualization, logical understanding, etc.) and drawing skills that are in-built in every candidate and developed right from childhood to the present day. There will be certain questions on architectural awareness wherein candidates may be required to identify building of national or international importance. The candidate is expected to know about these structures through General Knowledge. The candidate may also prefer to update his knowledge on this by some reading, internet browsing or even by talking to architectural students, architects and other knowledgeable persons. In all probability, this will not be required. There will be a model NATA interface available on the NATA website to help candidates get acquainted with the visual format of the test. There will be no model questions available as such. The language medium of the test will be English. Minimal computer skills are required (pointing and clicking Mouse buttons).

Nail is still a very popular fashion replica handbags uk in autumn and gucci replica . The furry design on the hermes replica of the bag makes this autumn and handbags replica. Xiaobian likes the buckle like sapphire and looks quite replica handbags .