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NATA to be held twice a year, says president of the Council of Architecture


The president of the Council of Architecture Vijay Garg said to the reporters that the National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) will be held twice in a year from the upcoming academic year of 2019-20. He also added that the council is also seeking to have a national-level counseling for admission into B. Arch Courses.

According to Garg, the exam will be held in mid-April and in the first week of July.

Candidates are eligible to sit in both the examinations out of which the best scores will be considered.

Moreover, the exam pattern has also been altered. The time duration of aptitude paper and drawing paper are not kept equal. From the upcoming session, aptitude paper will be given 60 minutes and drawing paper will be given 120 minutes.

It was noticed that students were failing more in drawing paper. Hence, the time has been increased keeping this in mind.

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