The National Aptitude Test for Architecture (NATA) admit card will be published today by the Council of Architecture (CoA) (NATA 2021). On April 10, the first test will take place. Candidates who have enrolled can now access nata.in to obtain their admit card.
How to download NATA 2021 admit card
Visit the official website of NATA, which is nata.in.
On the home page, candidates need to locate and click the link to download the admit card.
Once located, click on the link. By doing so, a login appears on the screen.
Next, the candidates need to access the login by entering user ID and password.
Following the steps above, the login opens and candidates can download the NATA admit card from the dashboard.
After downloading the admit card, candidates must double-check all of the information on it. It's also a good idea to read through all of the instructions that come with it. If the data on the admit card does not fit the data given in the NATA 2021 application form, contact the NATA help desk at 9560707764 or 9319275557 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. or email at email@example.com
NATA 2021 will begin at 10 a.m. and conclude at 1 p.m. To prevent last-minute chaos, it is highly recommended that you read through the exam day guidelines. Here are some relevant guidelines for the NATA 2021 exam day:
Candidates must bring a scanned copy of their NATA admit card, as well as an original valid photo ID, a pen, pencil, and eraser for rough work. For rough work, paper will be given at the exam centre.
Follow the timetable outlined in the brochure and on the admit card. Only your admit card will allow you to enter the examination room. Candidates must arrive at the exam centre at 9 a.m. early. Registration will begin at 9:15 a.m. and will be done by 9:45 a.m. At 10 a.m., the exam hall gates will close. The exam will begin promptly at 10 a.m.
After 10.15 a.m., candidates will not be allowed to enter the examination hall, and no additional time will be given. Before 1.00 p.m., no one is allowed to leave the examination centre.
At the exam centre, candidates are not permitted to bring any printed or written textual content, cell phones, bluetooth devices, calculators, slide rulers, or any instruments, including scales, Log Tables, electronic watches with calculators, and similar products.
Before the candidate is assigned a seat for the test, a photograph of the candidate will be taken at the middle. After the process is completed, the applicant will be assigned a seat at random.
Candidates must follow the government's advisories, recommendations, and precautions for containing Pandemic COVID-19. At entry and exit stages, avoid crowding. Students with fever, cough, or cold symptoms should be sent to a separate location.
The second NATA 2021 test will take place on June 12, 2021. The deadline to apply for a second chance is May 30, 2021. The second test admit card will be valid on June 8, 2021.
The national level architecture entrance exam is the National Aptitude Test for Architecture (NATA). Applicants seeking admission to 5 year full-time Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch) programmes in institutes NATA 2021 qualification is required across the country. The CoA has relaxed the eligibility requirements for this session. For the time being, applicants must have passed the 10+2 diploma exam with math as a compulsory subject or have passed the 10+3 diploma exam with math as a compulsory subject. As a result, there is no minimum mark requirement for this session.
This year's NATA exam pattern has also shifted. Questions will be asked on the aptitude exam.