Syllabus

ELIGIBILITY TO NATA 2019/B.ARCH ADMISSION 2019

Eligibility to take up NATA 2019:
 

Candidates should have completed or appearing 12th or equivalent examination with Mathematics to apply for NATA.
International Baccalaureate diploma passed/appearing after 10th are also eligible to apply.
There is not any lateral admission criteria for admission in any stage/year of B.Arch.
The minimum age limit is 17 years as on 31st July 2019.
Eligibility to Admission to B.Arch Course for 2019:

Only the candidates who satisfies the following conditions are eligible for admission to B.Arch Course.

Qualifying NATA 2019 
Secured minimum 50% of marks in 10+2 or equivalent exam with Mathematics,Physics & Chemistry as main subjects.
        Note: No direct lateral admission is allowed at any year/stage of B.Arch Course based on any qualification.

 

NATA REULTS 2018 STATISTICS
NATA 2018 RESULTS- STATISTICS

ALL INDIA

42098 candidates registered

37246 candidates appeared for the exam (88% of registered alone appeared for exam)

24540 candidates passed the exam. (58% of registered alone has cleared the exam OR 65% of appeared has cleared)

 

NATA 2018 RESULTS 

TAMILNADU

4334 candidates registered

3264 candidates appeared (75% of registered alone appeared)

2009 candidates cleared (46% of those registered have cleared OR (61.5% of those appeared alone have cleared )

 

Total seats in tamil nadu need to be filled only by counselling is 2720 (53 institutes) 

 

NATA RESULT 2018 ANALYSIS 

 

Reasons for less Applicants for Nata exam in 2018: The Application issue started by jan 1st week and closed by feb 2nd week and this information dint reach many of students as they were under the impression that the application would be available online anytime between march to september as it was in 2016 and before. Even COA (council of Architecture) dint take enough effective steps to propogate this change in the application dates to the public.

   Hence there were many Architecture career aspirants who missed the chance to get the application in 2017 and lost the chance to grasp their dream career.

 

Reasons for less pass % in Nata exam in 2018: Like the sudden change in the application date, there was a critical change in the Nata exam sylllabus and pattern of exam. 20% of Maths was suddenly included in the syllabus and the Maths portions were a shock to most of students as it comprised of CBSE +1 and +2 Portions and hence,most of the State board students couldnt cope up with the less availablepreparation time of those suddenly included portions within 15 days after their 12th exams as the exam was scheduled on 29th april 2018 and the students completed their +2 exams only by the end of march 2018.

 

Confusions in B.Arch Admissions 2018:  As a result, there were less number of eligible candidates for admissions in to the archietcture colleges throughout india.In caseof tamil nadu, thestate decided to conduct one more Exam to increase the number of eligible candidates and ANNA UNIVERSITY conducted the architecture aptitude test for the students of tamil nadu in the name of "TANATA" by the end of june 2017.But by,the tme these information reached students, most of the frustrated disappointed students have already attended the Engineering counselling and joined the Engineering or arts stream.Therefore very less number of students took up this TANATA 2087.

       But the confusions dint end right there. The students who have scored rankings in NATA exam 2018 challenged this decision of anna university that the TANATA exam resuts would affect their rankings for admissions for the meritorous seats. Hence, he anna university declared that the students who pass TANATA would gain only the eligibility to join Architecture(B.Arch) through the management seats of any anna university affiliated college or deemed universities and that they would be given nil chance to appear for the Anna uniersity B.Arch single window system rank based counselling. Therefore the students were again left with less choices and unnecessary high fees - admissions in colleges.