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  • A large number of students are under the impression that sincethey have given the architecture entrance exam (JEE) conductedby CBSE, they would get admission on the basis of this exam. Asa matter of fact very few colleges accept the score of JEE. Most ofthe self financing and other architecture colleges and schools inIndia accept only NATA score. Unless and until you clear NATAexam you cannot get admission in these colleges.Important Information
  • ARCHITECTURE
  • Why architecture after +2?Architects are the first self employed entrepreneurs inthe world. If you are the kind who does not like totake orders to be successful, this is the best professionfor you.If you are A non- science student but has studiedmath in 10+2 and wants to become Aprofessional, join architecture. Why be A simplegraduate when this option is available?If you have great artistic abilities but do not want topursue A simple fine arts degree, architecture is theright career for you to showcase your artistic talentand also learn A technical degree.
  • Why architecture after +2?All great building, cities and spaces are the brainchildof an architect who directs the other technical personsinvolved to realize his dreams. So, why not joinarchitecture and lead a team of professionals?Real estate sectors growth rate is estimated to be morethan average among all other sectors by 2016 whichmeans joining this sector offers maximum potential; interms of future growth and monetary returns andbeing an architect who is at the helm of all affairs inthe sector, will be your best bet.
  • Why architecture after +2?Being an architect, makes it possible for you tospecialize in many trades, likeinteriors, construction, landscape, medicalarchitecture, recreational architecture, sustainablearchitecture, town planning, urban design, urban andrural planning, building services all in vogue today.Unlike other engineering professions where youcannot switch from one to another career with ease.Architecture is the ultimate glorious and powerfulprofession as it is the creator’s profession. All otherprofessions have to fit themselves in the spacesarchitects create.
  • Eligibility criteriaNo candidate, with less than 50% marks in aggregate,shall be admitted to the architecture course unless he/she has passed an examination at the end of the new10+2 scheme of Senior School Certificate Examinationor equivalent with Mathematics as subjects ofexamination at the 10+2 level.or10+3 Diploma (any stream) recognised by Central/State Governments with 50% aggregate marks.orInternational Baccalaureate Diploma, after 10 years ofschooling, with not less than 50% marks in aggregateand with Mathematics as compulsory subject ofexamination.
  • About NATA 2012What Is NATA?The National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) measures theaptitude of the applicant for specific field of study, i.e. Architecture.The test measures drawing and observation skills, sense ofproportion, aesthetic sensitivity and critical thinking ability, thathave been acquired over a long period of time, and that are relatedto specific field of study, i.e. Architecture.Who should take NATA and Why?Prospective applicants desirous of taking admission to First year ofundergraduate course in Architecture (Bachelor of Architecture) inIndia take NATA. NATA scores are used by admissions authoritiesof different Government, Govt. Aided & unaided schools / collegesof Architecture, to provide common measure for comparing thequalifications of applicants for admission in addition to theirscholastic performance in 10+2 or equivalent examination.
  • NATA SYLLABUSThe Aptitude Test in Architecture shall consist of 2papers: (3hours duration)PART A : ONLINE TESTTest – IAesthetic Sensitivity – 100 marksDuration of test:- 1 HourPART B : PAPER BASED TESTTest – IIDrawing - 100 marksDuration of test – Two hours.
  • • NATA can be given on any working day atdesignated Test Centers. However, some testcenters may stop conducting tests even beforethis date. Please check with the center beforeyou go for registration.• Appointments are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. To register, contact theappropriate Test Center.• It is suggested that instead of rushing toapply for registration without preparation youshould prepare well for this entrance exam.NATA Dates
  • APTITUDE TESTTest- IAesthetic Sensitivity is to evaluate candidate’sperception, imagination and observation;creativity and communication; andArchitectural awareness. The test shall be ofobjective type and comprise of topics related to,(i) Visualizing three dimensional objects fromtwo dimensional drawings.(ii) Visualizing different sides of threedimensional object.(iii) Analytical Reasoning.(iv) Mental Ability.(v) Imaginative comprehension and expression.(vi) Architectural awareness.
  • APTITUDE TESTTest- IIThe Drawing aptitude of the candidate shall bejudged on the following aspects:(i) Ability to sketch a given object proportionately andrendering the same in visually appealing manner.(ii) Visualizing and drawing the effects of light on theobject and shadows cast on the surroundings.(iii) Sense of perspective drawing.(iv) Creating interesting two dimensional compositionusing given shapes or forms.(v) Creating visual harmony using colours in givencomposition.(vi) Understanding of scale and sense of proportion(vii) Drawing from memory through pencil sketch ontheme from day to day experiences.
  • ENTRANCE COACHINGGlobal Academy of Vaastu and Designis an initiative of team of Architects toimpart comprehensive guidance andassistance for preparation of B.Architecture Entrance examinations.Global Academy of Vaastu and Designis dedicated to provide education toeach and every student who is interestedin cracking entrance exams of prominentArchitecture institutes.
  • OUR STRENGTHThe students are provided a winning edge tostay ahead of the competition because ofinnovative techniques based on collectiveexperience--Extensive and best course material--Ability to create environment that stimulatesout of the box thinking--Our academic expertise offers students uniqueshortcut and time saving techniques--Core faculties consist of team of well-knownarchitects & educationists:
  • Ashok Goel,B. Arch. From SPA, New Delhi.P.G. Dip., [Journalism]34 Years professional experience.Author of various books on Architectureand Interiors of which more than200,000 copies have been sold out.Founder Director of:Academy of Interior Decoration(Teaching Interior Decoration through correspondence for the last 25 years.)OUR STRENGTHAshok GoelBooks by Ashok Goel
  • Aditya Kamal,B. Arch from IP University.M. Arch. From DCRUST, HaryanaAuthor of books on House DesignPracticing Architect and Interior DesignerContributed articles in various newspapers andmagazinesAssistant Professor in a famous architecture college.OUR STRENGTHAditya KamalBooks by Aditya KamalArjun Kamal,B. Arch. from Faculty of Architecture & Ekistics,Jamia Millia Islamia, New DelhiPracticing Architect and Vaastu ConsultantArjun Kamal
  • What We TeachAESTHETIC SENSITIVITY1.1 Architectural Expression1.2 Buildings of Architectural Importance Worldwide1.3 Architectural Graphic symbols, Textures and Buildingmaterials1.4 Renowned Architects and Personalities1.5 Architectural Awareness1.6 Visualization: 3 Dimensional objects from 2 DimensionalDrawings1.7 Visualization: Sides of 3 Dimensional Objects1.8 Analytical Reasoning and Mental ability1.9 Computer Applications in ArchitectureDRAWING ABILITY1.10 Introduction to Lines1.11 Introduction to Basic Shapes1.12 Skills on 2 dimensional composition using shapes1.13 Use of textures1.14 Introduction to effects of Light and Shade on Objects1.15 Techniques on Rendering1.16 Scales and Proportions1.17 Application of Colors1.18 Sketching Perspective drawings1.19 Memory sketches based on themes
  • Architecture Colleges in India: 303[as on 23 April 2013]College Accepting NATA Score: 289College Accepting JEE Score: 141. Birla Institute of Technology (Ranchi)2. Malviya National Institute of Technology, Jaipur3. Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology, Bhopal4. National Institute of Technology, Calicut5. National Institute of Technology, Hamirpur6. National Institute of Technology, Patna7. National Institute of Technology, Raipur8. National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli9. Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University, J&K10. SPA, Bhopal11. SPA, Delhi12. SPA, Vijayawada13. Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology, Nagpur14. CCA, ChandigarhSome self financing architecture colleges accept both NATA as well as JEE score. Some stateuniversities in Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, etc. are conducting their own aptitude test foradmission to B.Arch. Course. However the pattern for entrance exam is as per Council ofArchitecture guidelines.Jamia Millia Islamia is conducting its own aptitude test for architecture admissions. Itallows only science stream students to appear for the entrance exam.
  • “DISTANCE LEARNINGPROGRAMME”We have prepared the studymaterial after extensive researchand updated according to thechanging patterns of the entrancetests, for those students who cannotattend regular classroom coaching.
  • We will send you seven handbookscovering the following topics :Aesthetic Sensitivity& Drawing AbilityBuildings of Architectural Importance WorldwideArchitectural Graphic symbols, Textures and BuildingmaterialsRenowned Architects and PersonalitiesVisualization: 3 Dimensional objects from 2 DimensionalDrawingsVisualization: Sides of 3 Dimensional ObjectsAnalytical Reasoning and Mental abilitySkills on 2 dimensional composition using shapesUse of texturesIntroduction to effects of Light and Shade on ObjectsTechniques on RenderingScales and ProportionsApplication of ColorsPerspective drawings (1 point and 2 point)Previous Year PapersMemory sketches based on themes
  • Send Demand Draft for Rs. 5000 only payable toGlobal Academy of Vaastu and Design payable at NewDelhi.We will send you the study package by registered postimmediately within a weekFor any clarification contact Ashok Goel (Phone:9213102764)Send your draft toGlobal Academy of Vaastu and Design10A/14 Shakti NagarDelhi - 110007ARCHITECTURE ENTRANCEPOSTAL COACHING CHARGES
  • Contact:Global Academy of Vaastu and Design10A/14 Shakti Nagar Delhi – 110007email: architecturenata@gmail.comAshok Goel10A/14 Shakti NagarDelhi – 110007Phone:23847273238461902384727423848314921310276492115404059250307872
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