NATA 2013 National Aptitude Test in Architecture
NATIONAL APTITUDE TEST IN ARCHITECTURE (NATA)
- This test is conducted to test the various skills such as drawing, mental ability, observation skills aesthetic sensitivity, that are required for an architect.
- Most of the government and non government educational institutions give priority for the candidates who are attending the NATA exam.
CRITERIA OF ELIGIBLITY:
- The candidates should completed either 10th or 12th standard with mathematics as compulsory subjects & minimum 50% aggregate marks.
- The candidates who have diploma (3 years) after their 10th standard in central or state Government College with at minimum 50% marks are eligible.
- Candidates who have completed International baccalaureate diploma after 10 years of schooling at minimum 50% marks with mathematics as compulsory subject.
AVAIL OF APPLICATIONS:
- The applications can be downloaded online from www.nata.in
- The filled applications should be submitted along with a demand draft of Rs.800/- in favor of “council of architecture” payable at Delhi.
- Kindly check whether receipt cum payment voucher is handed to the applicant after paying the fees.
- Generally the applications will be available from the 30th September.
- The First come will be first served in terms of application.
- The last date will be mentioned in the application form.
- The results can be seen in http://www.nata.in/publicsc/default.aspx.
THE DOCUMENTS NECESSARY FOR REGISTRATION:
- The mark sheet of 10th or 12th standard or any equivalent mark sheet.
- The recent passport size photograph of the applicant.
- A valid document for applicant signature along with photo.
a) This examination consists of 2 parts namely drawing ability and Aesthetic sensitivity.
b) It is a computer based online examination for 1 hour.
c) The drawing test emphasizes on the following
- Logical understanding
- 2D Composition
- Computer knowledge
- Architecture awareness
- General knowledge
- Scale and proportions
d) The aesthetic sensitivity emphasizes on the following
- Analytical reasoning
- Using colors and proportions
- Mental ability
- 3D Visualization
e) The average time to be spent on each question is 90 seconds.
f) The answers are corrected by 3 independent examiners.
g)The results are based upon the average of difficult question attended by applicants i.e. if candidates get correct for difficult questions and other candidates get higher mark by attending easier question, the candidate who attended difficult will be selected.
h) No negative marking is applicable.
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