NATA application form 2020 released, Check steps to apply
New Delhi: Council of Architecture (CoA) has released the application form of NATA 2020. Students can fill the application form available in online mode only on the official website of NATA @ nata.ac.in. NATA is conducted twice in a year in April and May and students have the option appear in either or both the attempts. The application form is released for both the attempts with last date up to March 16 for first attempt and May 4 for second attempt.
NATA 2020 April attempt will be conducted on April 19 while the second attempt will be conducted on May 31. Exam is conducted in online mode except for the drawing section which is conducted in paper-pencil mode.
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Steps to Apply for NATA 2020
Step -1: Open the official website of NATA 2020 @ nata.ac.in
Step -2: Click on the application link
Step -3: Fill the form with required details
Step -4: Pay the application fees
Step -5: Submit the form and take a print of it
According to the official notification from CoA, there are some new changes in application fees and exam pattern of NATA 2020. The exam will be conducted in two parts, Drawing (Part A) and PCM & General Aptitude (Part B). Earlier the exam was of 3 hours which has now been changed to 3 hours 15 minutes. The authorities have introduced an intersession time of 15 minutes between both the parts. Part A of the exam will be conducted in offline mode while Part B will be conducted in online mode and will have multiple-choice questions. The authorities have also made changes in the marking scheme of NATA 2020
Candidates applying for NATA 2020, either first test or second attempt, have to pay Rs.2,000 as application fee in online mode. In case the candidates wish to appear for both the first and second attempt, they have to pay Rs 3800 as application fees. Candidates belonging to SC/ST and PWD category need to deposit Rs 1,700 for either first or second test and Rs 3,100 for appearing in both the tests through online mode.