The NATA 2019 Exam will be conducted by the Council of Architecture (COA). The NATA 2019 admit card contains all the important details regarding the entrance examination such as the date, time, venue of the examination along with the name of the applicant. The candidates can download the admit card with the help of the login credentials. These login credentials are made at the time of registration. The candidates will have to take out the printout of the admit card till the admission procedure is completed. Along with the NATA 2019 admit card, an examination roll number is also generated for each candidate. The Applicants must note that the absence of the Admit Card will prohibit the candidate from appearing for NATA exam 2019.
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NATA Admit Card 2019 Releasing Date
|1||Start of Online Application||January 2019|
|2||Online Application Closes||March 2019|
|3||An issue of NATA 2019 Admit Card||April 2019|
|4||NATA 2019 Exam||April 2019|
NATA 2019 Admit Card / Hall Ticket
The candidates will be able to download the NATA 2019 admit card from the official website of NATA. The candidates who are interested in giving the NATA 2019 exam must fulfil all the criteria and conditions given by the Council of Architecture. No candidate is allowed to enter the exam without a valid admit card. The candidates are allowed to carry an Identity proof such as the PAN Card/Voter ID Card/ Aadhaar card/Driving License to the examination.
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The candidates who have successfully registered themselves and made the application fees payment will be eligible to download the NATA admit card. The admit cards will be available on the official website of the NATA. The official website of NATA is www.nata.nic.in
The candidates are advised to follow the given instructions:
- The examination hall will be opened 30 minutes before the commencement of the aptitude test. Therefore, the candidates have to reach 30 minutes before at the center.
- The candidates must carry a valid ID Proof and other required things such as pen (Blue-black), pencil etc. for the Part B of the Drawing Exam.
- The candidates must carry a copy of NATA 2019 Admit Card along with the Identical copy of a) photograph which you have uploaded during the time of the application, b) ID Proof such as Voter ID Card, PAN Card, Aadhaar card, Driving License to the examination hall.
- If the candidate is not found authentic, then the admit card for NATA 2019 Exam will not be issued for the candidate.
- The printout of the Confirmation page will not be provided admittance to the Test Center.
- The candidates are advised to retain their NATA admit card in a secure place in an undamaged condition till the completion of the admission procedure.
How to Download the NATA 2019 Admit Card / Hall Ticket
The candidates can download the NATA Admit card from the official website of NATA. An examination number will also be generated along with the admit card. The applicants will need an Application number and password to download the NATA admit card.
Below are the step by step procedure of the process to download the NATA 2019 Admit card.
- Visit the Official website of NATA- www.nata.nic.in
- Select the NATA 2019 in Application Form Column
- Click on “Download the Admit Card NATA 2019” tab and enter the Application Number.
- Now enter the Password.
- After entering the Password, you will have to enter the security pin that is reserved in the registered e-mail ID.
- Now click on the “Sign in” button and download the admit card.
- Take the print out of the NATA admit card and keep it carefully until the completion of the admission procedure.
A Brief about the NATA 2019 Examination
The NATA stands for National Aptitude Test in Architecture. This is conducted by the Council of Architecture. This is a National Level Aptitude Test which is conducted for the admission into the Architecture Programme all over the country. Appearing this exam will get you get admission in a 5-year old Bachelor in Architecture Programme (B.Arch.).
The exam is categorized into two parts- Part A and Part B. The Part A is an aptitude section and the Part B Drawing section. The candidates will get 3 hours to complete the test. There will be 60 questions on Mathematics and General Aptitude and the drawing sections consists of 2 questions of 80 marks.