What is NATA?
‘National Aptitude Test in Architecture’ or NATA is an All India level entrance examination conducted by the Council of Architecture for 200 marks, for admission of candidates to First year of five-year full time B.Arch. Degree course.
The Architecture seats in Government, Aided and Un-aided institutions of the State are offered ONLY to the candidates who have appeared for NATA and who have obtained the prescribed minimum marks in both Qualifying Examination and NATA. Therefore, all the candidates who want to be considered for allotment of Architecture seats, should compulsorily appear for NATA, and should obtain a minimum of 40% marks including SC, ST, Category-I and OBC category candidates in NATA (In other words one has to secure a minimum of 80 MARKS OUT OF 200). Visit website for LIST OF INSTITUTIONS CONDUCTING NATA (NATIONAL APTITUDE TEST IN ARCHITECTURE) IN KARNATAKA. The interested candidates can appear for the NATA. Such candidates should obtain and submit their NATA scores along with the copy of the 2nd PU / 12 Std. Marks Card (by boldly writing their CET Number on the NATA score card) to the KEA either in person or only through ‘Speed Post’.