Architecture is the art and science of giving life to structures by actually creating them in the form of monuments, buildings and edifices. An architect makes the structure look so lively that the moment you look at, you are awestruck by its beauty and grace. But to become an architect of such a caliber you should pick the right way to go about it. Although this is not an easy path to walk, you will find a key in fulfilling your dreams. The Herculean task of taking giant leaps in this field will be given a kick-start by clearing the NATA Examination.
The NATA (National Aptitude Test in Architecture) is your ticket to the best architecture and design colleges across the country. NATA is widely accepted across all the elite and best architecture colleges across the country. The Council of Architecture governs the National Institute for Advanced Studies in Architecture which holds the NATA examination that provides the candidates a chance to opt for the Undergraduate Courses in Architecture thus helping them in attaining their ultimate goal.
The NATA examination is a tough nut to crack as lakhs of candidates across the country battle it out in a quest to excel in this field and make a name for themselves. This examination provides equal opportunity to candidates from each and every sector and section of the economy. NATA examination not only decides the fate of the candidate but also separates the best out of the whole lot of candidates appearing for a place in the best institutions and colleges
The NATA examination is held every year between 1st March and 30th September at multiple test centers across the country to accommodate every able candidate. Any candidate who has cleared 10 + 2 with Mathematics or if he holds a degree from a recognized university/institution with an aggregate of 50% than he can appear for the NATA examination. Also the candidate should have attained the age of 17 years at the time of appearing for the examination on the 1st day of July ensuing the year of entrance test. He should also be an Indian Resident to meet the eligibility criteria.
NATA examination consists of two papers i.e. Paper Based Drawing Test which gauges the drawing skills of the candidate followed by the Computer Based Aesthetic Test which gauges the artistic and visual skills of the candidate along with critical reasoning ability. The duration of these tests is of two hours. For more details, visit nata.in .
There are many coaching classes across the country that helps these candidates in making their dreams come true. One of such institutions is BRDS (Bhanwar Rathore Design Studio) that holds in its arsenal a fleet of faculties that come from the NID and the NIT which are considered to be the best in the architectural field.