NATA 2019 admit card for the first attempt released; check details here

NATA 2019 admit card for the first attempt released; check details here
Prabha Dhavala | Apr 1, 2019 - 8:32 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, APRIL 1: The Council of Architecture (CoA) has released the admit card of NATA 2019 for the first test on April 1 in online mode. Students who have submitted the NATA 2019 application form can download their admit card for the 1st attempt by logging in to their account using their application number and password. NATA 2019 admit card is the mandatory document which candidate need to carry at the time of the exam.

The candidate has to appear in the exam with a printed hard copy of admit card along with one original photo identity proof- voter card/pan card/aadhar card/driving licence. Candidates are not allowed to appear for NATA 2019 exam without a proper admit card. They are advised to preserve their admit cards of NATA 2019 in a safe place because it should be retained till the completion of admission process.

To download NATA 2019 admit card- click here

How to download the NATA admit card 2019

The steps to be followed by the candidates to download the admit card,

  • The link to download the admit card of NATA 2019 is available now.
  • The candidates will have to submit their application number and password.
  • Click on the ‘'download’ button.
  • Admit card will appear on the screen and download it as a PDF file.

Which are the details available in the NATA 2019 admit card?

Candidates must check the following details in the admit card.

  • Exam roll number
  • The name of the candidate
  • Gender & Date of birth
  • Name of the candidate’s father and mother
  • Name and address of the exam centre
  • Category
  • Candidate’s address
  • Application number
  • Photograph & Signature
  • Date & time of the examination
  • Reporting time

About NATA 2019 exam

CoA will conduct the first session of NATA 2019 for admissions to five years B.Arch course. The entrance exam will be conducted on April 14 in both online and offline mode. The question paper of the exam has two sections- Part-A including Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) will be held in online mode, while Part-B will be conducted in offline mode.

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