Updated On : July 11, 2023
The Council of Architecture (CoA) conducts the NATA examination every year for admission into 5 years B. Arch. or 4 years B. Plan. programs in various architecture colleges. If you are an aspirant of an architecture course, then you need to qualify for the entrance exam for which you need to satisfy the NATA architecture exam eligibility.
This post shall take you through the detailed eligibility criteria required to apply for the National Aptitude Test in Architecture.
The Council of Architecture (CoA) will release the NATA Exam Date on their official website.
|Qualifying Exam||10+2/10+3 Diploma passed/appearing|
|Subjects Required||Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics as compulsory Subjects|
|Marks Required||50% in Physics, Chemistry, Maths/50% in 10+2/10+3 Diploma|
|Age Limit||No Age Limit specified to appear for NATA|
|International Baccalaureate Diploma||50%||Mathematics||Passes/appearing|
For the students having International/ NRI status, NATA eligibility marks remains the same as it is for Indian Nationals. There are no different eligibility for NATA, set for International/ NRI candidates who want to appear for NATA Exam 2024
NATA Score is valid for a period of 24 months (2 years) from the date a candidate appears for the NATA exam. If 24 months period is over, aspirants have to register for the next NATA examination and will have to secure a valid NATA Score/ Rank.
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