NATA 2020: CoA releases the information brochure

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Updated on Jan 31, 2020 18:52 IST

Aspiring or NATA 2020? The wait is over as Council of Architecture (CoA) has released the information brochure for NATA 2020. Read here:

Council of Architecture (CoA) has released the information brochure for the National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) 2020. NATA is a national-level exam conducted for the students all over the country for admissions to architecture courses. 

Candidates who are interested in the 5-Year BArch program can appear for NATA 2020. NATA is conducted twice in a year to measure the skills that are important for being an Architect such as drawing and observation skills, sense of proportion, aesthetic sensitivity and critical thinking ability.

Important dates of NATA 2020 have been announced in the information brochure for April and May session. The exam dates for NATA 2020 is 19-Apr-2020 (10 am to 01:15 pm) for the first session and 31-May-2020 (10 am to 01:15 pm) for the second session. Application form for NATA 2020 for phase-1 and phase-2 will be released tomorrow by the Council of Architecture (CoA). 

To fill NATA 2020 application form, candidates can log in on the official website of NATA using the registered credentials and submit the form accordingly. However, applicants will be able to upload their academic documents and pay the fee four days after the last date of application form submission.

Candidates will be able to download NATA 2020 admit card for the phase-1 exam will be released on 4-Apr-2020 and for phase-2 of NATA 2020, the admit card will be released on 21-May-2020. Only registered candidates will be able to download the NATA 2020 hall ticket.

NATA 2020 Results will be available on the website i.e www.nata.in. The results for the first phase will be announced on 8-May-2020 and on 14-Jun-2020 for the second phase. The result sheet will display the following marks obtained in each part of the exam and out of 200 and Pass/Fail. Applicants are allowed to appear in one or both the sessions of NATA. Students’ best of the two scores will be considered for admission to the BArch courses conducted by various institutes across India.

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