NATA 2015
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    National Aptitude Test in Architecture

    Conducted By Council Of Architecture, New Delhi

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    NATA Registration Starts on 30th March 2015
    till 19 August 2015
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    NATA Exams Starts from 1st April 2015
    till 21 August 2015

NATA 2015

by Council of Architecture, New Delhi

The National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) measures the aptitude of the applicant for specific field of study, 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, and that are related to specific field of study, i.e. Architecture.

How to Apply?

  1. NATA 2015 Registration form can filled and submitted ONLINE from this website by payment of NATA fees of Rs. 1250.00 (+ Processing Charges) using Netbanking / Credit Cards / ICICI Isure Bank Challan

  2. Download the Prefilled Registration form and procure the necessary registration documents.

  3. Select a Test Center / Region (from the website http://www.nata.in) at a location convenient to the candidate. Approach the Test center for Appointment for NATA Exam.


Important Dates

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Important Instruction For Students

All the students registered for NATA 2015 should bring their attested photocopy of Standard 10th Marksheet and orignal ID proof as mentioned in appointment voucher while coming for the exam.

As per the order of the Council of Architecture dated 21 May 2015, the test center at MP05 - SDPS Women's College, Indore stands withdrawn till further orders. Students appearing at this center for NATA 2015 Exam on or after 22 May 2015, shall be communicated with the alternate arrangements on their email ids registered with NATA.

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Careers in Architecture

Careers in architecture offer young professionals a life of discovery, growth and personal development. An architectural education sets in motion a life-long learning process! Architecture is a career for people who love their work and a “job” is not their goal. This is so because as a follower in the studio young architects become leaders on site where drawings are transformed into reality and in society where they have a special lean on eternity.

Salaries start low and grow with age and experience. Unlike fast-track fields, which start with high salaries and then hit a long plateau, and finally the older guys are pushed aside making way for the next generation, architects just continue to grow and to increase their quality of life. After age fifty architects form the highest paid group of self-employed professionals, often claiming fees of a Crore Rupees and above for a single commission!