Courses We Offer

National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA)


Joint Entrance Examination JEE (Main)


CEPT PAT (Planning Aptitude Test)


Maharashtra Common Entrance Test - MT CET


National Institute of Design (NID)


NIFT Entrance Exam

 

Class Room Coaching Features

We take less number of students in each batch to make them more involved in subject topics and better classroom interaction
We hold periodic class test, aptitude and psychological test to assess our student’s knowledge and understanding of subject they are being taught in
We conduct extra classes to ensure that all doubts are cleared
The right mix of theory with practical sessions makes our classroom lively and spirited so that our students participation in even deeper
Student’s work is evaluated by team of architects, professional and technocrats
Extra practice sessions are conducted for Weak/Average candidates
Round the clock availability of faculty for guidance to students
Expert guidance to solve student’s conceptual doubts and queries.
Question Bank and Image Banks for NATA Aesthetic Sensitivity Test (AST) and Drawing Test
Regular Online mock test is taken to give practice to students for NATA Computer based test

 

Our aim is to provide you how to prepare for B. Arch. Architecture Aptitude Entrance Exam/ Fashion, Entrance Exams & GATE/CEED examinations.

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About Nata

 

The National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) tests the aptitude of the applicant for study of Architecture. 10+2 or PUC students who want are desirous of taking admission to first year of undergraduate course in Architecture (Bachelor of Architecture) in India take NATA. NATA scores are used by admissions authorities of different Government, Govt aided & unaided Schools/Colleges of architecture. NATA is conducted by COA - Council of Architecture. Official site for NATA is www.nata.in

NATA can be given from mid march till end of August every year at designated test centers.

 

NATA can be taken any number of times in a year. This means if a student gets less score he can retake the test to improve his score by re-registering for the NATA by paying fees again. However NOT the best score, but the average of the scores is taken into consideration. For example a student scores 80/200 marks in the first attempt and 110/200 marks in the second attempt his over all score is (80+110)/2 = 95 marks. If in the second attempt he managed to score only 50/200 then his over all score would get reduced to (80+50)/2 = 65. So it is always better to prepare well for the exam and get good scores in the first attempt itself. NATA scores are valid for 2 years.


ELIGIBILITY

Candidates having 50% marks in 10+2 or equivalent examination with mathematics as one of the subject, only are eligible for admission to B.Arch.Course.


WHO  SHOULD TAKE NATA & WHY?

Prospective applicants desirous of taking admission to First year of undergraduate course in Architecture (Bachelor of Architecture) in India take NATA. NATA scores are used by admissions authorities of different Government, Govt. Aided & unaided schools / colleges of Architecture, to provide common measure for comparing the qualifications of applicants for admission in addition to their scholastic performance in 10+2 or equivalent examination.