The NATA admit card 2017 has been released by Council of Architecture on March 28. To download the admit card of NATA 2017 candidates have to enter their application number and password in the online login window. The admit card of NATA is available in online mode only. The candidates must carry the printed admit card along with their original photograph (same as upload in the application form) and any recognised government ID proof to the examination hall. The candidates must keep the admit card safely as it will be required at various stages of admission.
How to download NATA admit card 2017
To download NATA 2017 admit card candidates must follow the steps below
- To download access the link provided on this page
- Enter application number, password and security pin then click on ‘Submit’.
- The NATA admit card 2017 will be displayed. Candidates are advised to cross check the details printed on it.
- Download and print the admit card to carry it to the allotted exam centres of NATA 2017
NATA Admit Card 2017 – Download here
Note: Candidates must not try to modify/disfigure any details printed on the admit card of NATA. Any discrepancies found will lead to the exemption of the candidates for appearing in the entrance test.
NATA 2017 is conducted on April 16 in offline mode for admission to five year B. Arch programme. The question booklet of NATA will have multiple choice questions from Mathematics, General Aptitude and Drawings subjects. The exam will be conducted for of 3 hours out of which 90 minutes will be allotted for the MCQs and the remaining time will be given to the drawing test. The total marks of the NATA 2017 question paper is of 200 marks.
As per the marking scheme for NATA 2017, candidates will get 2 marks for each correct answer in Mathematics and General Aptitude. While the test of Drawing will have 2 question carrying 20 marks each. No marks will be deducted for each incorrect answer.
National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) 2017 will be held in 70 exam centres across 68 cities in India and abroad. The candidates who will qualify the entrance test will be offered admission in around 450 colleges/institutes in the country.