FREE NATA CRASH COURSE – NATIONAL APTITUTE TEST FOR ARCHITECTURE 2019
Eligibility test for taking admission in B. Architecture COA approved 5yrs degree program at CT University.
Schedule of Coaching Classes:
- Timings: 10.00 AM – 12:00 Noon
- 10:00 am to 10:40am – Aptitude Class
- 10:40am -12:00 noon -Drawing class
- Monday to Saturday
Eligibility of NATA Exam:
- 10+2 with 50% aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics
- 10+3 Diploma Examination with Mathematics as compulsory and 50% marks in aggregate.
NATA Registration 2019(Two chances):
|Event||Date (Stage I)||Date (Stage II)|
|Availability of NATA Application Form||January 24- March11,2019||January 24- June 12,2019|
|Form Correction Window||March 12-15,2019||June 15- 17,2019|
|Availability of Nata Admit Card||April 01, 2019||June 24,2019|
|Date and Time of Examination||April14,2019(10am – 1:15pm)||July 07,2019(10am- 1:15pm)|
NATA Exam Criteria:
|Part Name||Section name||No. Of questions*marks||Time duration|
|Part B||Drawing||2*40||120 mins.|
|Total||62 questions = 200 marks||180 Mins.|
Syllabus for Mathematics : Algebra,Logarithms, Matrices, Trigonometry, Coordinate geometry, 3-Dimensional Co-ordinate geometry, Theory of Calculus(10+2 Based)
Syllabus for General Aptitude: Objects or texture related to architecture and built environment.Pictorial compositions, Visualizing 3D from a 2D- drawing.Analytical reasoning, mental ability (visual, numerical and verbal), national/ international architects and famous architectural creations.
Syllabus for Drawing Test: Understanding scale and proportion of objects, geometric composition, shape, building forms and elements, aesthetics, colour texture, harmony and contrast, conceptualization and visualization through structuring objects in memory.Drawing of patterns – both geometrical and abstract, form transformations in 2D and 3D like union, subtraction, rotation, surfaces and volumes.Creating 2D and 3D compositions using given shape and forms, generating a plan, elevation, and 3D views of objects. Perspective drawing, sketching of urbanscape and landscape common day-to-day life objects like furniture, equipment etc., from memory.