Sir JJ College is Architecture is the top institute for pursuing Bachelors or Master in Architecture. Located in Mumbai, Maharashtra, the college was established in 1913. 

The college offers various UG and PG courses in the Department of Architecture. The college is recognized by AICTE and it is affiliated with the University of Mumbai, Maharashtra. 

  • You can apply for this college either online or offline mode. 
  • If you have passed a 10+2 or equivalent exam with 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, and English from a recognized board you are eligible to apply for B.Arch.
  • Based on the scores secured in NATA Exam, admission for B.Arch is offered. 
  • For M.Arch you must have B.Arch degree with 50% marks from a recognized university.
  • Admission for M.Arch is offered considering the scores secured in MAH-M.Arch-CET.
  • You should have scored a minimum of 50% in NATA (i.e. 80/200) to be considered eligible for admission followed by offline counseling.

Sir JJ College of Architecture NATA 2019 Cut Off Marks

Here are the NATA Cut Off Marks for Sir JJ College of Architecture. 

Category Cut Off Marks
General (Male) 107
General (Female) 52
OBC (Male) 531
OBC (Female) 228

Sir JJ College of Architecture NATA 2018 Cut Off Marks

Category Cut Off Marks
General 148.46
SC 128.69
ST 116.56
OBC (Female) 150.2

Sir JJ College of Architecture NATA 2014 Cut Off Marks

Category Cut Off Marks
General 148.46
SC 128.69
ST 116.46
OBC 134.54
OBC (Female) 136.62

FAQ's

What is a good score in NATA?

The maximum NATA Score is 155+. So, around 120 or more will be considered as a good score in NATA Exam.

What are the pass marks for NATA?

One should secure 35% marks out of 120 in the Aptitude, Maths section and marks in the drawing section (out of 80). The passing marks for Nata exam is 70 marks.

How much percentage is required for NATA?

At least 40% marks are required to get admission in the NATA Colleges.

How to calculate NATA Cut off?

The  score secured by a candidate has to be divided by 2 and then add the board percentage (out of 100) and then divide the aggregate by 2. That will give you the Final Merit score.