NATA 2018: National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) is being conducted for admission to first year of 5 year B.Arch Degree Course (Bachelor of Architecture) at the various institutes. NATA 2018 notification will be released by January 2018. NATA 2018 will be conducted by the Council of Architecture (COA). There is no lateral entry scheme for admission into architecture courses in India. NATA exam is mandatory for admission into B arch courses. Candidates who are interested in Architecture course of IIT and NIT are required to take and pass Architecture Aptitude Test (AAT) 2018. Candidates who have passed JEE advanced 2018 are eligible to appear in AAT.
NATA 2018 brochure containing details about the NATA Eligibility Criteria, Exam Fees, Important Dates, Application procedure, Exam Centers and syllabus etc will be available soon. These details will be updated As soon as NATA 2018 brochure is released.
NATA Exam Fee is Rs. 1250.00 which can be paid through credit card / debit card / net banking or paying cash in any of the branches of the ICICI Bank all over India. Bank charges are to be paid extra.
NATA Application Form shall be available on Portal http://www.nata.nic.in
Keep ready following documents to be submitted online
NATA application form has three parts: Filling of Personal details , Document uploading & payment of exam fee.
Exam fee can be paid through online mode using debit/credit cards/Net Banking or print the ICICI Bank e-challan & make the payment in nearest ICICI branch. The candidate will have to upload the challan details.
Take a printout of the confirmation page for future reference.
Do not send hard copy of application form or any other document.
Do not share your application number and password with anyone.
|The notification and the brochure of the examination is not released by the exam conducting authority. The details given above are based on the previous year examination and expected for the exam in current year. The details given are only for the information of students and parents which may not be full and final. The updated or change in details of the examination should be followed at the website of the exam conducting authority.|