Architecture is one of the most demanding courses these days. Students prepare themselves beforehand to achieve their goals especially when they have to crack entrance examinations for such a difficult course. NATA is one of the most famous courses for architecture, however, to clear the examination one has to be prepared for it. Joining a coaching center is one of the best options. The faculty team prepares the student in the best way possible. They provide the student with last year’s question papers, mock test papers and all the information which are related to the NATA exam. They also provide the student with information such as B. Arch entrance exam 2020 date and admission process. In addition to this, they also provide information about the best college examination pattern, marks weightage and much more.
NATA 2020 exam will be conducted by the council of architecture. It is a national level entrance examination and after clearing this, one can get enrolled for a 5 years bachelor of architecture course across India. The examination is conducted two times in a year that is April and July and many private and government universities considered NATA scores to provide admission in architecture courses. Read more about the examination date, eligibility, exam pattern and much more.
For the first session, it is expected that the examination will be held in the second week of April. One can get the online application from the fourth week of January. One needs to submit that before the second week of March. The result is supposed to be announced in the first week of May. For the second session, it is expected that the examination will be held in the first week of July. One can get the online application from the last week of January and the last date of application submission would be before the second week of June. The result is supposed to be out on the 4th week of July.
For one session, the general candidates have to pay fees of 1800 and the SC/ST candidates have to pay fees of 1500. For both sessions, the general candidates have to pay fees of 3500 and for SC and ST candidates fee is 2800.
There will be no age limit criteria to apply for the examination. The candidates must pass 12th class from a recognized board and they must secure a minimum of 50% marks and 50% aggregate in PCM subjects. Physics chemistry and mathematics are compulsory subjects.
The time duration will be of 3 hours and the question paper will consist of 200 marks. The examination comprises two sections including the aptitude section and the drawing section and there will be no negative marking in the examination.