NATA 2017: Registrations going on
The application process for NATA has begun on January 6, 2017 and would end on February 2nd for candidates who want to pursue a five-year course to get a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture for the academic session 2017-2018.
The COA is in charge of the education and practice of professional architecture in India and maintenance of a registry of architects. Anyone who wishes to pursue this profession must be registered with the Council of Architecture. To study B.Arch, the candidate must qualify in NATA.
NATA measures the aptitude of the candidate for architecture and focuses on drawing and observatory skills, aesthetic sensitivity and critical thinking.
The important dates for the same are as follows:
Application process: January 6 to February 2, 2017
Date of the exam: April 16, 2017 (11 am to 2 pm)
- The candidate should have passed from any recognized institution with mathematics as one of their subjects
- The candidate should have passed 10+3 Diploma in any stream from an institution recognized by the Central or State Government with Maths as one of the subjects.
- The candidate should have secured an International Baccalaureate Diploma after 10 years of schooling with Maths being, a compulsory subject.
- Steps to apply are as follows:
Go to official website
Click on online registration for NATA 2017.
Register on the same and submit
You can maintain a printout of the same for future correspondence.
NATA would be conducted in 69 cities all over the country. Applicants would have to submit their choices of three cities and the center shall stand allocated by the exam authorities on the basis of availability.
The score of Nata 2017 shall be available for admission to B.Arch course in the year 2017-2018.
Those who desire to get admitted to B.Arch in different institutions can apply to admission to any of the institutions as per the time schedule specified by the admission authority, along with the documents desired. Admit card is downloadable from the official website on 26th March 2017. Candidates are expected to bring a copy of their photograph, admit card, pencil and eraser when they come to the examination premises.
For more details on the same, refer to NATA.
Chandrakala, a content writer based in Collegesearch, a leading education portal that has been setup with an aim of simplifying the information the students need to decide on which college to study.