National Aptitude Test In Architecture (NATA) Postponed

It has postponed the National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) scheduled for April 19. Instead, the test conducting body has extended the review deadline for submitting the application. The Council of Architectures (COA) retains NATA for admission to 5 years B.Arch. Graduate Course at all recognized institutions in the world. Candidates will now apply for the exam by April 15 and upload pictures by April 19.


The correction window would open on April 20 that would require candidates to make improvements to their application forms. Candidates will get this one-time opportunity before April 22. NATA takes place twice a year and it was the first NATA in 2020. The latest NATA 2020 first test date will be revealed after the full lockout phase is finished, a Council of Architecture official statement said.


The dates for downloadable admit cards being released shall be revealed after the new date for the first test has been set. As may be needed, the official notification reads, the important dates for second NATA 2020 test can also be considered for revisions. NATA tests an applicants aptitude for a specific field of study, i.e. Initial architecture. The exam conducts a 10 + 2-level evaluation of drawing and observation skills, sense of proportion, aesthetic awareness, physics, chemistry and mathematics, and critical thinking skills that the applicant has gained during the past few years that are applicable to the particular field of study.
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