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INFORMATION BROCHURE NATIONAL APTITUDE TEST IN ARCHITECTURE (Aptitude test required for admissions to 1 year B.Arch. At all institutes / schools / colleges of Architecture in India (including Govt., Govt-aided, Private Unaided, University Depts., Deemed Universities, etc.), offering courses, leading to Bachelor’s degree in Architecture) st NATA 2010 Overview What Is It? The National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) measures the aptitude of the applicant for specific field of study, i.e.
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  INFORMATION BROCHURENATIONAL APTITUDE TEST IN ARCHITECTURE (Aptitude test required for admissions to 1 st year B.Arch. At all institutes / schools / collegesof Architecture in India (including Govt., Govt-aided, Private Unaided, University Depts.,Deemed Universities, etc.), offering courses, leading to Bachelor’s degree in Architecture) NATA2010     Information Brochure NATA 2010 Page2/12  Overview What Is It? The National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) measures the aptitude of the applicant for specific field ofstudy, i.e. Architecture . The test measures drawing and observation skills , sense of proportion , aesthetic sensitivity and critical thinking ability , that have been acquired over a long period of time, andthat are related to specific field of study, i.e. Architecture. Who Takes It and 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 differentGovernment, Govt. Aided & unaided schools / colleges of Architecture, to provide common measure forcomparing the qualifications of applicants. Where Do People Take It? NATA is offered over major part of admission season at designated Test Centers located at colleges / schools of architecture in India. Updated list of Test centers is available at the websitehttp://www.nata.in  Who Accepts It?   All schools / colleges of Architecture, Government, Government aided, University Departments, privateunaided, including colleges affiliated to self-financed Deemed Universities and Private Universities, or anydepartment of Architecture within a college, requires that its applicants take the NATA. Test Fees NATA Fees are Rs.800 , and are to be paid at the time of Registration and before collection of the appointmentvoucher from the Test Center. The test fees are to be paid by Demand draft/ Postal order/ banker’s cheque drawn in favour of ‘ Council of Architecture ’, payable at New Delhi .   The demand draft along with Pre-registration form and other supportingdocuments is to be submitted at the Test center at the time of Registration. Cancellation & requesting a Refund Only if the candidate cancels the appointment for NATA no later than 3 full working days prior to thecandidate’s test date , the candidate will receive Rs.400 as refund. The refund is sent directly to thecandidate on the address provided by him within six weeks of date of cancellation. Register for the NATA NATA is offered as a paper based + computer based test. ã The NATA Pre-Registration form is available for download at website http:// www.nata.inThe same is alsoavailable at all the Test Centers. We suggest – Filling up the form online and taking print out with you to the test centre.   Information Brochure NATA 2010 Page3/12  ã Appointments are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. Register well in advance to get thecandidate’s preferred test date.  Registration Process Approach the Test Center located at college / school of Architecture at a location convenient to the candidatewith the documents listed below and test fees. ã Fill up and submit the form ã Pay the fees through Demand Draft. ã Get the online registration form filled ã Get receipt cum appointment voucher with date and time from the Test Center. INSIST ON RECEIPT CUM APPOINTMENT VOUCHER TO BE HANDED OVER TO YOU. IN CASE ANY OFTHE TEST CENTRE REFUSES ISSUING OF APPOINTMENT VOUCHER OR ASKS FOR ANYADDITIONAL FEES OR PUTS IN CONDITIONS OF ANY SORT, PLEASE REPORT TO COUNCIL OFARCHITECTURE / NIASA IMMEDIATELY. Documents required for Registration ã Std. X or equivalent exam marklist – attested copy ã One recent passport size colour photograph, to be pasted on the registration form  . ã Any valid document of identification bearing photograph and signature of the candidate – attested copy ã Test fees in the form of demand draft in favour of ‘Council of Architecture’ payable at NewDelhi. ã Valid email address. (In case you do not possess one, we suggest you to open email account on one of the free service providers such as yahoo, hotmail, rediffmail, gmail, etc. PLEASE DO NOT REVEAL YOUR PASSWORD TO ANY ONE.) Important Things to Remember When Registering ã Register well in advance. During the peak admission season Test Centers fill up quickly. ã   Take the test as soon as possible so the candidate’s score card / Mark list will be received by thecandidate in time to be submitted with the application. ã When registering, be sure that the spelling of the candidate’s name matches the name printed on theidentification document(s) the candidate will present at the Test Center. If this information does not match,the candidate will not be permitted to test and his / her test fee will be forfeited. See Identification Requirements.   ã   Information regarding Test Center availability is subject to change . The most current informationregarding Test Centers and other registration information is available on the NATAwebsite. (http://www.nata.in)   Information Brochure NATA 2010 Page4/12  Repeating NATA NATA can be given as many number of times as desired by the candidate. For every attempt, however, testfees have to be paid afresh in full. The mark list will show the average of marks scored by the candidate in hislast attempt and his previous valid score. ã Data on such Tests shows that repeaters on an average show a slight score gain. However, this finding istempered by the observation that repeaters are typically a self-selected group who believe that repeatingthe test will increase their scores. ã   Unless the scores seem unusually low compared to the other indicators of the candidate’s ability,taking a NATA again is not likely to result in a substantial score increase. In fact, there is somechance that the candidate’s scores may drop. NATA Dates ã NATA can be given till 30 th September every year at designated Test Centers. ã Appointments are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. ã The candidate may take NATA any number of times subject to availability of appointment at the TestCenters. However, full fees will have to be paid for every new attempt.To register, contact the appropriate Test Center. REGISTER WELL IN ADVANCE TO GET PREFERREDTEST DATE . Test Centers Please check the website  www.nata.in for the updated list of approved NATA Centers Rescheduling the Test Appointment ã The candidate may reschedule the scheduled test no later than 3 full working days before thescheduled appointment (not including the day of the candidate’s test or the day of the candidate’srequest) or the test fee will be forfeited. ã The rescheduling fee is Rs.200 , payable by Demand Draft drawn in favour of ‘ Council of Architecture’  payable at New Delhi, at the test center . Information for ALL Candidates ã   The candidate must have an acceptable and valid Identification Document, (ID) details of whichare mentioned on the receipt cum appointment voucher, with signature, and appointment voucherto be admitted to a Test Center. ID requirements are strictly enforced. It is the candidate’s   responsibility to read and understand the instructions and requirements. ã   REPORT TO THE TEST CENTER AT LEAST 30 MINUTES BEFORE SCHEDULED TIME OF TEST. ã If the candidate arrives at the Test Center without the required identification: o   The Test Center in-charge will not admit the candidate o   The candidate will not be allowed to take the test o   The candidate will forfeit the test fee.
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