NATA 2019 Exam

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About NATA 2019

The National Aptitude Test in Architecture or NATA is a national-level entrance test conducted by the Council of Architecture (COA) all over India. Aspirants willing to pursue an undergraduate course in Architecture (Bachelor of Architecture) in top institutes offering a degree in Architecture have to take NATA to become eligible for admission. NATA tests the General Aptitude, Mathematical Aptitude, Observation Skills, Critical Thinking Ability and Drawing Skills of Architecture aspirants. On the basis of NATA scores, aspirants get admission in various universities and colleges of Architecture.

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NATA 2019 Eligibility Criteria

It is mandatory for candidates to fulfill the NATA 2019 eligibility criteria in order to take the entrance exam. The NATA eligibility criteria is prescribed by the Council of Architecture (COA). The eligibility norms of NATA 2019 include terms and conditions that candidates have to meet to be eligible to apply for the entrance exam. The requirements may be related to academic qualification, age limit, minimum marks, etc. 

Candidates may note that there is no age bar to take NATA 2019. The examination can be attempted by people of all age group. However, the important thing to keep in mind is that the candidates have to comply with the respective counselling and admission authorities' age criteria for admission. NATA is a computer-based exam, which is conducted on a national level for students seeking admission in first year of 5-year B.Arch courses offered at all the NATA participating colleges in India. NATA 2019 is scheduled to be conducted in the last week of April 2019. 

Age Limit:

While there is no minimum age limit to apply for NATA 2019, a candidate may have to comply with the age criteria set by the respective counselling/ admission authority.

Educational Qualification:

  • Applicants should have passed 10+2 or equivalent exam with at least 50% marks with Mathematics as a compulsory subject.

  • Applicants should have cleared 10+3 Diploma (Any subject) from any recognised by Central/State Govt or equivalent with at least 50% aggregate marks with Mathematics.

  • Applicants having International Baccalaureate Diploma after completing the 10 years of Schooling with Mathematics are also eligible to apply for NATA 2019.

Note: It is important for aspirants to note that qualifying in NATA 2019 is not the only parameter for their admission to any architecture course. They must conform to all the requirements as specified by respective counselling and admission authorities.

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NATA 2019 Syllabus

NATA 2019 syllabus includes all the topics that candidates must cover in order to score well in the exam. It is important to go through NATA syllabus 2019 as it will help candidates in getting an idea of the kind of questions that will be asked in the entrance exam. Knowing the NATA 2019 syllabus in advance will help the candidates separate topics they should cover first from the ones to be covered later. Go through the  following detailed NATA syllabus, and get ready to crack the entrance exam for B.Arch admissions.

NATA Syllabus for Mathematics

Algebra: Definitions of A. P. and G.P., Summation of first n-terms of series ∑n, ∑n2,∑n 3; General term; Arithmetic/Geometric series, G.M. and their relation; A.M., Infinite G.P. series and its sum.

Logarithms: Definition, Change of base, General properties.

Matrices: Concepts of m x n (m ≤ 3, n ≤ 3) real matrices, Properties of determinants (statement only). Minor, cofactor and adjoint of a matrix. operations of addition, scalar multiplication and multiplication of matrices. Transpose of a matrix. Determinant of a square matrix. Nonsingular matrix. Inverse of a matrix. Finding area of a triangle. Solutions of system of linear equations. (Not more than 3 variables).

Trigonometry: Trigonometric functions, Trigonometric functions, formulae involving multiple and submultiple angles, general solution of trigonometric equations. Properties of triangles, addition and subtraction formulae, inverse trigonometric functions and their properties.

Coordinate geometry: Distance formula, section formula, area of a triangle, condition of collinearity of three points in a plane. Polar coordinates, transformation from Cartesian to polar coordinates and vice versa. Parallel transformation of axes, concept of locus, elementary locus problems. Slope of a line. angle between two lines. Distance of a point from a line. Distance between two parallel lines. Condition that a general equation of second degree in x, y may represent a circle. Equation of lines in different forms, Lines through the point of intersection of two lines. Equation of a circle with a given center and radius. Equation of a circle in terms of endpoints of a diameter. Intersection of a line with a circle. Equation of common chord of two intersecting circles. Equation of tangent, normal and chord. Parametric equation of a circle. Condition of perpendicularity and parallelism of two lines.

3-Dimensional Co-ordinate geometry: distance between two points and section formula, equation of a plane, Direction cosines and direction ratios, distance of a point from a plane, equation of a straight line.

Theory of Calculus: Functions, limit, continuity, Integration as a reverse process of differentiation, composition of two functions and inverse of a function, derivative, chain rule, derivative of implicit functions and functions defined parametrically. indefinite integral of standard functions. Integration by parts. Fundamental theorem of integral calculus and its applications. Integration by substitution and partial fraction. Definite integral as a limit of a sum with equal subdivisions. Properties of definite integrals. solution of homogeneous differential equations, Formation of ordinary, differential equations, separation of variables method, linear first order differential equations.

Application of Calculus: Tangents and normals, calculation of area bounded by elementary curves and Straight lines. conditions of tangency. Determination of monotonicity, maxima and minima. Differential coefficient as a measure of rate. Geometric interpretation of definite integral as area, Motion in a straight line with constant acceleration. Area of the region included between two elementary curves.

Permutation and combination: Permutation of n different things taken r at a time (r ≤ n). Combinations of n different things taken r at a time (r ≤ n). Permutation with repetitions (circular permutation excluded). Combination of n things not all different. Basic properties. Problems involving both permutations and combinations, Permutation of n things not all different.

Statistics and Probability: Measure of dispersion, mean, variance and standard deviation. repeated independent trails and Binomial distribution, frequency distribution, Addition and multiplication rules of probability, conditional probability and Bayes’ Theorem, independence of events.

NATA Syllabus for General Aptitude

Objects, Interpretation of pictorial compositions, Visualizing three-dimensional objects from two-dimensional drawing. Analytical reasoning, mental ability (visual, numerical and verbal), Visualizing different sides of 3D objects. General awareness of national/ international architects and famous architectural creations, texture related to architecture and built environment.

Mathematical Reasoning: Statements, logical operations like and, or, if and only if, implies, implied by. Understanding of tautology, converse, contradiction and contrapositive. 

Sets and Relations: Idea of sets, complement, union, Relation and its properties, subsets, power set, intersection and difference of sets, Equivalence relation — definition and elementary examples, Venn diagram, De Morgan's Laws.

Syllabus for Drawing Test

Understanding of scale and proportion of objects, geometric composition, colour texture, shape, aesthetics, building forms and elements, harmony and contrast. Conceptualization and Visualization through structuring objects in memory. Drawing of patterns - rotation, subtraction, surfaces and volumes. Generating plan, elevation and 3D views of objects, both geometrical and abstract. Form transformations in 2D and 3D like union. Creating 2D and 3D compositions using given shape and forms. Perspective drawing, Common day-to-day life objects like furniture, equipment etc., Sketching of urbanscape and landscape, from memory.

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NATA 2019 Exam Pattern

To prepare and qualify in NATA 2019, test-takers must understand the NATA 2019 exam pattern in a detailed way. Conducted in both online and offline modes, the question paper of NATA 2019 has multiple choice questions in Part-A and drawing questions in Part-B. The time allotted for completing the NATA 2019 is 90 minutes for Part-A and 90 minutes for Part-B. 

 

Subjects

Questions

Marks Per Questions

Marks

Part- A

Mathematics

20

20X2

40

General Aptitude

40

40X2

80

Part- B

Drawing

2

2X40

80

  • NATA 2019 is conducted in both Online and Offline modes.

  • The medium of question paper of NATA 2019 is English.

  • NATA 2019 question paper has two parts, i.e. Part A and Part B.

  • There are 62 questions in total, 60 questions in Part-A and 2 questions in Part-B.

  • The total time duration of NATA 2019 is 3 hours, 90 minutes each for Part-A and Part-B.

  • For every correct answer, 2 marks are awarded to the candidates.

  • There is no negative marking in NATA 2019.

Tie-Breaking Rules in NATA 2019

The tie-breaking rules will be applicable when two or more candidates get the same score in the examination. The merit list of the candidates who appear for the NATA 2019 is going to prepared based on their entrance exam score. However, tie-breaking rules are helpful in cases where two or more test takers end up getting the same score.

The tie-breaking rules will be applicable in the following order: 

  • The one who has scored more overall marks in the Maths section will be given preference.
  • The one with less wrong answers in the Maths section will be given preference.
  • The one who has scored more overall marks in the Aptitude Test will get preference.
  • The one with less wrong answers to the attempted questions in the Aptitude test will be given preference.
  • The candidate who has an earlier date of birth will get preference.

Note: While no marks are deducted in the exam for incorrect answers, wrong answers are considered in case of a tie-breaker. Hence, candidates should select their answers carefully.

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NATA 2018 Exam Analysis

The NATA (National Aptitude Test in Architecture) 2018 was conducted on 29th April, 2018 by the Council of Architecture for candidates seeking admission into top-notch Architecture colleges in India offering 5 year B.Arch degree course.

NATA is meant to test candidates' observation and drawing skills, aesthetic sensitivity, sense of proportion and critical thinking ability. The exam is conducted on a national level for admission to different Government, Govt. Aided & unaided schools /colleges of Architecture.

NATA Paper Pattern 2018

Part A

Format

No. Of Questions

Marks per Ques

Total Marks

Time Duration

Timing of Exam

Minimum Qualifying Marks

Maths

Online

20

2

40

90 Min

10:30 am to 1:30 pm

30

General Aptitude

Online

40

2

80

Part B

 

 

 

 

 

 

Drawing

A4 size paper

2

40

80

90 Min

20

Total

 

62

 

200

180 Min

 

 

In Mathematics and General Aptitude section, there is no negative marking.

In Drawing test, which comprises of 2 questions of 40 marks each, candidate’s ability to sketch an object in such a way that it depicts exactly in the same proportion and appearance is tested.

PART A- ONLINE- MCQ

PART B-OFFLINE-DRAWING

Section-wise Analysis of NATA 2018

Mathematics Section:

Following are the topics from which questions were asked in Mathematics:

  • Matrices, Algebra, coordinate geometry, trigonometry, probability, statistics, calculus, equation of circle.
  • Questions were doable and were on predictable lines, there were no surprise element in the section.
  • Decent number of attempts would be close to 15 at an accuracy of 80% and one can easily score 25 marks in this section.

General Aptitude:

This section basically checks students logical bent of mind, decision making capability, ability to think on feet, analytical skills, metal fitness.

For checking all these skills there were questions from following areas:

  • Puzzle solving, syllogism, critical reasoning, inferential reasoning, statement assumption and conclusion, pictorial reasoning, mathematical reasoning, logical operations, ven diagram, set theory, sets, union , intersection, 3 dimensional figures, visualization , understanding of isometric figures.
  • The section was tricky and required good analytical skills for cracking the correct answer.
  • For a student is well-prepared, decent number of attempts would be close to 32 to 34 at an accuracy of 80% and a score of 50 is a decent score.

Drawing Section:

There were 2 questions of 40 marks each, someone who would have done good preparation and had a knack for drawing and understanding of proportionality, comfortable with free hand drawing and good with visualization of 2 dimensional and 3 dimensional figures can very easily score 50 plus marks in this section.

Part A

Easy

Moderate

Difficult

Good Attempts

Accuracy

Good Marks

Maths

10

5

5

15

80%

25

General Aptitude

25

8

7

34

80%

50

Part B

 

 

 

 

 

 

Drawing

 

2

 

2

70%

50

Total

 

 

 

 

 

125

Top Colleges of Architecture:

JJ College of Architecture

MS University, Department of Architecture, Baroda.

For JJ college of Architecture 140 plus marks is required.

For MS University, Department of Architecture, Baroda, minimum marks required for admission would be close to 110.

Top Govt Architecture colleges that accept NATA scores will give admission at a score of 115 plus.

For these below mentioned Architecture colleges, 70 plus marks out of 200 is required for sure shot selection.

  • APIED D.C Patel School of Architecture
  • Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel Institute of Technology.
  • School of Architecture, Vadodara Design Academy.
  • Institute of Architecture, Nirma University, Ahmedabad
  • Faculty of Architecture, CEPT University
  • Chandigarh College of Architecture
  • Sushant college of Architecture
  • Apeejay college of Architecture
  • RV School of Architecture, Bangalore
  • Rizvi college of Architecture, Mumbai
  • School of architecture, CSI Institute of Technology, AP
  • Faculty of Architecture, AP
  • Guwahati College of Architecture
  • Vastu kala Academy, college of architecture, New Delhi
  • Angel Valley College of Architecture

NATA Exam Analysis 2017

The National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) 2017 was held on April 16 by the Council of Architecture (CoA). A total of 40,000 candidates took the NATA 2017 in 33 cities and 70 centres across the country. If news reports are to be believed, several candidates who sat for the exam last year said that the NATA question paper was not in line with the pattern and scheme of marks laid by the CoA in the NATA 2017 brochure. 

According to the exam pattern given in the NATA 2017 brochure, Mathematics part had been alloted 40 marks out of the 200 marks paper with 20 questions of 2 marks each. However, the question paper had over 33 questions of Mathematics with a total of 66 marks allotted.

According to some test takers, the Physics part in the paper tested a few concepts which had no mention in the brochure. 

Another issue that students faced in the last year's exam was that the CoA decided not to allow drawing instruments inside the exam hall, which was not the case earlier and had no mention the 2017 brochure as well. According the exam conducting authority, the drawing instruments were not allowed beacuse students were expected to draw freehand. 

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How to Prepare for NATA 2019

National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) will be conducted in April 2019. The single most important question that monopolises aspirants' minds at this point in time is 'How to Prepare for NATA 2019?'. More than anything else, what works best while preparing for an entrance exam is to put all your efforts in the right direction. Collegedekho has, therefore, doled out a preparation strategy that you may consider if you're appearing for NATA.

Section-wise Preparation for NATA 2019

The entrance exam basically has two parts. Part A comprises of Maths and Aptitude with Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) that have to be answered online. While Part B is a Drawing-based test that you have to take on A4 size sheet. The best thing about NATA is that there is no negative marking. Therefore, you can attempt all the questions without any fear of marks deduction.

Part A

Aptitude: You should keep your general knowledge updated and you should have information on various topics such as Buildings in India and the World, speed distance and time, Important Architects of India and the World, Logical and Reasoning Ability questions, General Maths questions like area, volume Mirror Images, Building Materials and Terminology, Common Architectural Terminology, 2D and 3D objects and their plans and elevations, etc.

Maths: For Maths practice, it is advisable to go through CBSE books. Math portion is usually easy and you can score well in this section if you've studied your CBSE Math books properly.

Part B

Drawing: In this paper, you have to attempt two drawing questions in 90 minutes. You are judged on the following basis:

  • Drawing from day to day experiences;
  • Understanding of scale and balance;
  • Creating visual harmony using colours in given proportion;
  • Creating interesting 2-D composition using given shapes and forms;
  • Combining and composing given 3-D elements to form a building or structural form;
  • Sense of perspective drawing.

Quick Tips & Tricks to Prepare for NATA 2019:

Focus on the syllabus: One of the most important things while preparing for NATA 2019 is to know the NATA exam pattern and syllabus thoroughly. When you prepare a study schedule, be sure that you cover everything and pay attention to the key topics.

Be creative: As we talk about NATA, you should know that creativity is the key. If you want to get into a good college, you must practice drawing, because sketching is the key to this entrance test. Start with the simple ones and then move towards the harder one.

Keep a track of your time: If you don’t complete your exam because of poor time management, you will regret it later. Therefore, you should find out different ways to manage your time well on the day of the exam. One of the best ways to do the same is to take mock tests on a regular basis as practicing will enhance your test-taking speed.

Practice with mock tests: When you practice with the sample papers, you get an idea of the exam pattern, time management and also the type of questions that would come in the examination. If you want to be more confident about taking the exam, then you must take mock tests as they can give you an insight into your understanding of the basic concepts.

Previous year exam papers: Do not forget to go through the previous year exam papers as they give you an idea of what all to expect in the exam, that too with speed. Speed is also very important otherwise you will lose both-time and marks.

Focus on the online test: Other than drawing or sketching, one should also be prepared for taking the online test, which includes aptitude and maths. One must also prepare for it as it is equally important.

Important Instructions for Exam Day

  • Follow the time schedule as mentioned in the NATA Brochure and Admit Card.
  • Do not forget to get your admit card on the day of examination.
  • Use your own pencils and coloured pencils for drawing.
  • The candidates should follow the time schedule as follows:

                   (a) Be present at the exam centre by 8.00 am

                   (b) The examination hall will open at 8.30 am and close at 9.30 am

                   (c) The examination will commence at 10.30 am

                   (d) The duration of the exam is 3 hours and it will be conducted from 10.30 am to 1.30 pm.

  • Candidates must bring along with them:

                   (a) Hard copy of NATA 2019 admit card

                   (b) Photocopy of Identity proofs -Aadhar/ Passport/ Driving License/ Voter ID.

                   (c) Things like pen, pencils, eraser are not allowed in the exam hall.

  • Candidates must show the NATA 2019 admit card (on demand) for entry to the exam hall. It is mandatory for a candidate to bring the print out of the downloaded admit card and valid photo identity to the test venue.
  • Candidates must also carry a photograph to the examination hall. Without the photograph, seat will not be allocated to the candidate.
  • Calculators are not permitted inside the exam hall.

Best Books for NATA 2019 Preparation

We have listed some books that you may consider for the preparation of NATA 2019. You can buy these books online through net banking, cash or other modes of payment. They are also available in the market.

Serial No.

Books

Author

1.

Introduction to Probability & its Applications

Unknown

2.

Architecture Entrance Book

P.K. Mishra

3.

A Complete Self Study Guide for B. Arch Entrance Examinations

Arihant Books

4.

B Arch Exam Guide

PK Mishra

5.

Engineering Drawing

N.D.Bhatt and Pancha

6.

NATA/AIEE B.Arch. Question Bank-2011

Unknown

7.

Verbal & Non-Verbal Reasoning Book

R.S. Agarwal

8.

Maths XI & XII

R. S. Agarwal

9.

Plane Trigonometry Part I

S.L. Loni

10.

Co-ordinate Geometry

S.L. Loni

11.

Higher Algebra

Hall & Knight

12.

Problems in Calculus of One Variable

Maron

13.

Vectors & 3-D Geometry

Arihant Prakashan

14.

Problems in Mathematics

V Govorov, P.Dybov, N.Miroshin, S.Smirnova

15.

Higher Algebra

Bernard & Child

16.

Co-ordinate Geometry

Dr. Gorakh Prasad

17.

Algebra Made Easy

K.P. Basu

18.

Elementary Math’s

DoroFeev, Patapov

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NATA 2019 Result

The NATA 2019 Results will be declared in the first week of June 2019 by the Council of Architecture (COA) on the official website of NATA i.e. www.nata.in. Candidates can check their results on the website using their App Seq. no and Date of Birth. Those who appear for the exam will also receive the results of NATA 2019 on their registered email IDs. 

The National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) 2019 will be conducted in the last week of April 2019 by the Council of Architecture (COA) for admissions to 5-year architecture programmes.

Once the NATA 2019 results are out, candidates must download and print their respective NATA 2019 scorecards.

Note: NATA 2019 scores are valid only for one year.

The NATA 2019 result will be available in three formats:

  • Marks obtained out of 200 and in each section.

  • Merit listing: Based on marks and tie-breaking rules.

  • Percentile score based on the merit listing.

Rules on which the NATA 2019 qualifying marks are based:

  • Candidate should score at least 25% in MCQ portion (30 out of 120)
  • Candidate should score at least 25% in Drawing portion (20 out of 80)
  • Overall qualifying marks (out of 200) should be based on post-exam statistics and at the discretion of the Council.

Note: Candidates fulfilling all the above-stated conditions will be considered qualified.

NATA 2019 Result - Important Dates

Events

Dates

NATA 2019

Last week of April 2019

NATA Result 2019

First week of June 2019

Steps to View NATA Results 2019

  • Visit the official portal of NATA.

  • Click on the link available to access the result.

  • Provide the required login credentials to open the NATA Result page.

  • Click on the 'Submit’ tab to view 'NATA 2019 Result'.

  • After submitting, NATA 2019 result will be displayed on the system.

  • Download the NATA 2019 result and take a printout of it for future use.

NATA Scorecard 2019

  • The qualified candidates can download their NATA 2019 scorecard from the official NATA portal.

  • NATA 2019 scorecard is valid for one academic year only.

  • It is compulsory for every qualified candidate to carry NATA scorecard at the time of admissions.

NATA Cut-off 2019

NATA cut-off 2019 is the minimum marks that candidates have to score in order to become eligible to participate in the counselling process for admission in undergraduate architecture programmes. NATA Cut-off is the closing rank for admission to B.Arch programmes offered at top-notch Architecture colleges in India.

For this year's admissions, the qualifying cut-off marks have been released by COA. For Mathematics and General Aptitude, the cut-off marks is 30, while 20 is the cut-off marks for Drawing. Apart from this, an aggregate of 70 out of 200 was required for aspirants to be considered eligible for admissions.

Subject

Qualifying Marks

Total Marks

Mathematics & General Aptitude

30

120

Drawing

20

80

Aggregate

70

200

As per COA guidelines, scoring 40% or more marks in NATA exam is necessary for candidates to be declared qualified. They must obtain at least 80 marks out of 200. However, the NATA participating colleges publish their individual merit lists on the basis of candidates' ranks. 

  • Participating Institutes or other institutes providing B.Arch programme will issue their own individual cut-offs on the basis of NATA scores.

  • NATA 2019 cut-off prepared by the institutes will be based on the criteria of marks prescribed by the COA, the minimum marks required for admission in the particular institute and number of seats available in the institutes, etc.

  • Candidates scoring less than prescribed NATA cut-off 2019 in the entrance exam will not be able to take admission in the participating institute.

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NATA 2019 Counselling Process

The counselling process of NATA 2019 will begin after the result declaration. Candidates qualifying in NATA 2019, will be called for the counselling procedure by various participating institutes. It must be noted that after downloading the NATA 2019 score card, candidates will have to apply for admission in their preferred college of architecture.

NATA 2019 Counselling Important Facts

  • Qualified candidates will get admission on the basis of marks scored in NATA 2019.

  • Council of Architecture is responsible only for the conduct of NATA, however, it will not be involved in the admission procedure.

  • The counselling process of NATA 2019 varies from institute to institute.

  • Qualified candidates will have to apply on their own for admission to each and every college that accepts NATA score.

  • For counselling process, qualified candidates will have an option to lock their choices and preferences of colleges.

  • Candidates who will be allotted the seats as per their locked choice will have to undertake the document verification process.

  • Candidates should note that their admission will be valid only if they qualify the eligibility criteria of NATA 2019.

  • The seat allotment of NATA 2019 depends on the availability of seats in the participating college.

  • It is advisable to the candidates to collect their admission details in advance for the institution where they seek admission.

  • Qualified candidates will also have to deposit their course fee while reporting to their respective college.

Documents Required for NATA Counselling 2019

To participate in the NATA 2019 counselling, candidates will have to carry the following documents in original and two sets of photocopies.

  • Class 10 and 12 Marksheet and Pass certificate

  • Medical Certificate for PwD Certificate

  • NATA 2019 Admit Card

  • Category Certificate (if applicable)

  • NATA 2019 Score Card

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NATA 2019 Rank Predictor

The National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) will be conducted in the last week of April 2019 for B.Arch admissions. Being a national-level architecture entrance exam, NATA is extremely popular among students who wish to pursue Architecture as a career option. The NATA 2019 results are expected to be declared in the first week of June 2019.

Those who take the NATA 2019 entrance exam will be able to use CollegeDekho’s new NATA 2019 Rank Predictor tool to get an idea of how they performed in the exam. The predictor is applicable for students who take the exam in April 2019 across various cities in the country.

Using the NATA Rank Predictor Tool, candidates can estimate their rank. Based on an estimation of NATA 2019 rank, students can get clarity on the possibility of landing a seat in one of the NATA 2019 participating colleges offering B.Arch courses.

Council of Architecture, popularly referred to as COA, is the conducting body of NATA 2019, and it regulates all the formalities associated with NATA exam. Candidates who sit for the entrance test will be able to use the NATA 2019 Rank Predictor.

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NATA 2019 Admit Card

NATA 2019 admit card will be released in the third week of April 2019 in online mode by the Council of Architecture (CoA), New Delhi. The admit card of NATA 2019 will be released for the candidates who register for the entrance exam. To download NATA 2019 admit card/hall ticket, registered candidates have to enter their Application Number and Password.

NATA 2019 admit card/hall ticket comprises of all exam related details such as exam date and time, exam centre details, exam day guidelines and personal information of the candidates. While downloading the admit card, candidates must verify all the details mentioned on the admit card. On the exam day, candidates also have to carry a valid photo ID along with the admit card.

Note: NATA 2019 admit card is an important document. Therefore, it must be preserved until the completion of the admission process.

NATA 2019 Admit Card – Important Dates

Event

Dates

Publication of NATA 2019 Admit Card

3rd week of April 2019

NATA 2019 Exam

Last week of April 2019

How to Download NATA Admit Card 2019

Candidates can follow the steps given below to download the admit card of NATA:

  • Visit the official website for NATA.

  • To log in, enter your Application Number and Password.

  • The admit card of NATA will be displayed on the screen.

  • Check the details mentioned on the admit card, download and take a print out of the NATA hall ticket.

Important Instructions Regarding NATA Hall Ticket 2019

  • Candidates have to show the NATA admit card to the invigilator in the exam hall whenever asked.

  • Candidates must follow all the instructions mentioned on the NATA admit card 2019.

  • Candidates must verify all the details given on the NATA admit card 2019.

  • Candidates must retain their hall ticket carefully until the completion of the admission procedure.

  • Candidates without admit card, photograph and one photo identity proof will not be allowed to enter the exam hall.

Details Mentioned on NATA 2019 Admit Card

The following details will be mentioned on NATA admit card 2019:

  • Candidate’s Name

  • Date of entrance exam

  • Registration Number/User Id

  • Time slot of the exam

  • Allotted exam centre

ID Documents Required with NATA 2019 Admit Card

On the day of the exam, candidates will have to bring the following photo ID proofs along with the admit card:

  • Aadhaar card

  • Voter card

  • Driving Licence

  • Pan card

Discrepancy in NATA 2019 Admit Card

Candidates must cross-check all the details mentioned on the admit card of NATA 2019. In case there is any error/ discrepancy in the admit card, then the same must be reported to the concerned authorities.

FAQs on NATA Admit Card 2019

1. How do I get my NATA admit card 2019?

Candidates will have to download their admit card from the official website of NATA.

2. Till when should I keep the NATA 2019 admit card?

Candidates will be required to retain the NATA admit card until the completion of NATA admission process.

3. Will I get entry without a NATA admit card 2019?

No, candidates will not be allowed to enter the exam hall without a valid NATA admit card 2019.

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How to Apply for NATA 2019

The application process of NATA 2019 will begin in the 3rd week of January 2019 and continue until the last week of March 2019. The application form of NATA 2019 will be available in online mode and applicants have to visit the official website of the exam conducting authority to fill the NATA application form.

The NATA 2019 application form includes NATA registration, document uploading, and application fee payment. In order to complete the NATA application process, applicants will have to pay NATA application fee via Credit card/Debit card/Net Banking.

Note: Applicants will have to fill and submit the NATA application form online, as there is no provision to send the NATA application form by post or any other offline method.

NATA 2019 Application Dates

The following table lists the important application dates of NATA 2019:

Events

Dates

Availability of NATA 2019 Application Form

3rd week of January 2019

Last Date of to Submit NATA 2019 Application Form

Last week of March 2019

NATA 2019 Entrance Exam

Last week of April 2019

 

Steps to Fill NATA Application Form 2019

Step I: NATA Registration

  • Applicants will first have to visit the official website of NATA to register themselves.

  • Enter the details such as name, Father’s name, Mother’s name, Postal address and Date of birth.

  • After entering the details, A 7-digit numeric application number will be generated.

  • Create a password for further login purposes.

Step II: Documents Uploading

After registering, applicants will have to upload the necessary documents like:

Photograph:

Applicants will have to upload their recent Passport size Photograph as per the specifications.

Signature:

Applicants will have to upload their scanned Signature in the required format given below.

Left Thumb Impression (LTI):

The impression should be very clear. It should not be faded nor submerged with ink.

Specifications for Photograph and Signature:

Document

Storage Size

Image Dimensions

Format

Background Colour

Minimum

Maximum

Height

Width

 

 

Signature

1 KB

30 KB

1.5 cm

3.5 cm

jpg/jpeg format

White/light blue

Photograph

4 KB

100 KB

4.5 cm

3.5 cm

jpg/jpeg format

White/light blue

Left thumb Impression

1 KB

30 KB

1.5 cm

3.5 cm

jpg/jpeg format

White/light blue

Step III: Application Fee Payment

  • This is the last step of NATA 2019 application process. To complete the procedure, applicants will have to pay the NATA 2019 application fee of INR 1800/- if they belong to General category. On the other hand, INR 1500/- is the application fee for SC/ST category applicants. This is inclusive of service fee charged by the bank.

  • After making the fee payment, applicants will have to submit the NATA 2019 application form.

  • Lastly, applicants must take a printout of the NATA 2019 application form for future use.

NATA 2019 Application Fees Payment Modes

Payment through EPG:

Applicants can pay NATA application fee via electronic payment gateway i.e.:

  • Debit card

  • Credit card or

  • Net banking

Payment through SBI Bank E-challan:

  • There is a facility of making payment by SBI Bank E-challan. Applicants will have to choose 'SBI Bank E-challan' to submit their NATA 2019 application fee through bank.

  • An E-challan will contain all the details of the applicant.

  • Applicants will have to take a printout of the E-challan for future use.

Read More about How to Apply for NATA 2019

NATA 2019 Answer Key/ Response Sheet

NATA 2019 answer key is expected to be released by the Council of Architecture (COA) in the third week of May 2019. COA will also upload the response sheets of all the candidates who appear in the entrance exam. To download the recorded responses, there is a candidate login where test takers must enter their application sequence number and password.

NATA 2019 answer key, on the other hand, will mention correct answers to the questions asked in the entrance exam. On the basis of NATA 2019 answer key, candidates will be able to cross-check their answers and calculate their chances of admission in the participating institutes.

While going through the answer key of NATA 2019, candidates must also know about the marking scheme of the exam. For every correct answer, candidates are given two marks and no negative marking is applicable in the test. Candidates will be able to match their responses with that given in the NATA answer key and can analyse their performance by comparing the correct answers in NATA answer key before the declaration of result.

Important Dates of NATA 2019 Answer Key

Events

Dates

NATA 2019 Entrance Exam

Last week of April 2019

Availability of NATA Recorded Responses 2019

3rd week of May 2019

Release of NATA Answer Key 2019

3rd week of May 2019

 

Steps to Download NATA 2019 Answer Key

To check the correct responses to the questions asked in the entrance exam, test-takers should follow the below-mentioned steps:

Step 1: Candidates have to click on the link which will be provided on this page.

Step 2: The link can be used to view the answer key of NATA 2019.

Step 3: The answer key of NATA 2019 will be visible on the screen.

Step 4: To calculate the expected score, candidates have to download the NATA answer key 2019.

Marking Scheme of NATA 2019 Answer Key

Below is the marking scheme of NATA 2019 answer key:

  • For every correct answer, 2 marks are awarded to the candidates.

  • No negative marking is applicable in NATA 2019.

Type of Answer

Marks

For Correct Answer

+2 Marks

For Wrong Answer

No Negative Marking

Read More about NATA 2019 Answer Key/ Response Sheet

NATA 2019 Conducting Body

The Council of Architecture (COA) is the conducting authority of NATA. Founded by the Government, COA is responsible for regulating the education and practice of architecture profession throughout India besides maintaining the register of architects.

NATA 2019 Important Dates

Events

Dates

Availability of NATA 2019 Application Form

3rd week of January 2019

Last Date to Submit NATA 2019 Application Form

Last week of March 2019

Availability of NATA 2019 Admit Card

2nd week of April 2019

NATA 2019

Last week of April 2019

NATA Result 2019

1st week of June 2019

NATA 2019 Exam Centres

Port Blair

Aurangabad

Vijayawada

Mumbai

Visakhapatnam

Nagpur

Itanagar

Nasik

Guwahati

Pune

Gaya

Imphal

Muzaffarpur

Shillong

Patna

Aizwal

Chandigarh/Mohali

Dimapur

Raipur

Balasore

Delhi/New Delhi

Bhubaneswar

Panaji

Berhampur

Ahmedabad

Sambalpur

Gandhinagar

Puducherry

Surat

Amritsar

Vadodara

Bathinda

Faridabad

Jaipur

Gurgaon

Jodhpur

Kurukshetra

Udaipur

Hamirpur

Gangtok

Shimla

Chennai

Jammu

Coimbatore

Dhanbad

Madurai

Jamshedpur

Hyderabad

Ranchi

Warangal

Bengaluru

Agartala

Hubli

Dehradun

Mangalore

Roorkee

Ernakulam

Agra

Kozhikode

Allahabad

Thiruvanthapuram

Lucknow

Bhopal

Varanasi

Gwalior

Kolkata-Howrah

Indore

Siliguri

Jabalpur

Dubai (outside India)

Contact Details

Address: Council of Architecture India Habitat Centre,

Core 6A, 1st Floor, Lodhi Road,

New Delhi 110003, India.

Phone number: +91-11-24654172

Website: http://www.nata.in

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