Arjun Kamal
Architect
NATA 2016
SELF STUDY
Use the following link to watch the video on
YouTube regarding JEE-B.ARCH. Exams.
VIDEO LINK
http://goo.gl/pgJ7UF
Sure-shot
NATA SAMPLE/GUESS PAPERS
Today there are several guides available in the market
for mathematics and science subj...
Sure-shot
NATA SAMPLE/GUESS PAPERS
Send Demand Draft for Rs. 595/- only payable to
Global Academy of Vaastu and Design
pay...
The work of the architect
is to help bring people,
their structures, activities, and communities
into harmonious relations...
 Architects are playing an increasingly
important role in solving the great
issues of our day, such as dealing with
clima...
APTITUDE
 In the exam of NATA & other B.Arch Entrance exams this is the only thing
which is asked and accounted that a st...
CREATIVITY
 Architecture is related with creativity and creativity cannot be taught or
learnt .Its a study of visualizati...
The test measures aptitude of the
candidate through two sections – a
paper based section for drawing and
computer based se...
 This is a two hour paper where candidate
has to attempt three questions. The
drawing aptitude is judged on the following...
 The primary emphasis in scoring the
drawing section is on the candidates
drawing, imagination and observation
skills. Th...
 The Answer to each question in the ‘drawing
paper will be examined by a panel of three
examiners independently and the m...
AESTHETIC SENSITIVITY TEST
This is computer based test where candidate has to answer 40 multiple choice questions. The
aes...
AESTHETIC SENSITIVITY TEST
The candidates score will depend on his / her performance
on the questions given and on the num...
AESTHETIC SENSITIVITY TEST
 The “per second”
countdown begins 30
seconds before the allotted
time for that question ends....
ARCHITECTURE SCHOOLS
 Presently the number of schools offering five years B.
Arch. Degree course in the country are 423 (...
When to apply?
 The Test can be written on any day as the
applicant wishes after getting appointment from
approved test c...
How to prepare?
Many coaching centres are providing expert coaching for
IIT and B.Tech. but very few experts are available...
HERE WE ARE
Global Academy of Vaastu and Design is an initiative of team of qualified and expert
Architects to impart comp...
GLOBAL ACADEMY OF VAASTU AND DESIGN
Want to see yourself among top rankers?
Join us immediately
Crash course: 1 month
(Mon...
NATA - 2016
Self Study
Available now
“DISTANCE LEARNING PROGRAMME”
We have prepared the study material after
extensive research and updated it according to
the...
ADVANTAGE
Focusing on Fundamentals,
Perspective, Proportion and Scale, 3D
sketching are the concepts given prime
importanc...
CONVENIENCE
No daily commuting. Just be at home, learn
and improve your performance.
COST EFFECTIVE
No travel costs, no lo...
With our highly RESULT oriented
teaching methodology
Expect to improve your sketching
skills by 90%
and a guaranteed seat ...
We will send you seven handbooks covering the following topics :
AESTHETIC SENSITIVITY& DRAWING ABILITY
Buildings of Archi...
GLOBAL ACADEMY OF VAASTU AND DESIGN
What We Teach
AESTHETIC SENSITIVITY
1.1 Architectural Expression
1.2 Buildings of Arch...
GUESS PAPER
We will provide you typical questions with their answers for
memory sketching, 2-dimensional compositions and ...
GUESS PAPER
set-4
1. An inter school quiz competition being held in the assembly hall in one of the new modern school in
t...
GUESS PAPER
Set-6
1.Imagine you are moving around with a shopping
trolley in a grocery store. Draw a memory sketch in
penc...
NATA 2014 Self Study Package
Send Demand Draft for Rs. 5000 only payable to
Global Academy of Vaastu and Design payable at...
OUR STRENGTH
 We provide our students the winning edge to stay ahead of the
competition because of innovative techniques ...
THANK YOU FOR VIEWING THIS PRESENTATION
www.architectureentrance.in
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  1. 1. Arjun Kamal Architect NATA 2016 SELF STUDY
  2. 2. Use the following link to watch the video on YouTube regarding JEE-B.ARCH. Exams. VIDEO LINK http://goo.gl/pgJ7UF
  3. 3. Sure-shot NATA SAMPLE/GUESS PAPERS Today there are several guides available in the market for mathematics and science subjects but none for architecture aptitude tests covering the syllabus of NATA . These Sure-shot NATA SAMPLE/GUESS PAPERS have been prepared to bridge the gap especially for those candidates who have no access for personal coaching. It took many years to complete this handbook and hundreds of students were interacted before putting this handbook into final shape. These Sure-shot NATA SAMPLE/GUESS PAPERS prepare potential entrants for success in obtaining merit in the aptitude test. Full care has been taken to cover the entire syllabus of NATA.
  4. 4. Sure-shot NATA SAMPLE/GUESS PAPERS Send Demand Draft for Rs. 595/- only payable to Global Academy of Vaastu and Design payable at New Delhi. We will send you this handbook by registered post immediately within one week For any clarification contact Ashok Goel (Phone: 9213102764) Send your draft to : Global Academy of Vaastu and Design 10A/14 Shakti Nagar Delhi - 110007
  5. 5. The work of the architect is to help bring people, their structures, activities, and communities into harmonious relationship with the living earth— with the “want-to-be” of the land.
  6. 6.  Architects are playing an increasingly important role in solving the great issues of our day, such as dealing with climate change and providing sustainable communities. They are working on urban regeneration and master-planning projects, tackling environmental hazards, designing Olympic sites, and creating the public squares, parks and streets we all use.  It is perhaps simplest to say that architects create places for people to live, work and enjoy, and places for plants and animals to thrive. Architects also speak up for the care and preservation of our landscapes. IMPORTANCE OF ARCHITECTURE
  7. 7. APTITUDE  In the exam of NATA & other B.Arch Entrance exams this is the only thing which is asked and accounted that a student who is going to study architecture has a proper sense of visualization and can he transform his ideas on to paper as well as his observation of various objects which he observes in day- to-day life .Creativity is not given in books. It is done with visualization and it is only Architect whose visualization is transformed in reality in terms of buildings.
  8. 8. CREATIVITY  Architecture is related with creativity and creativity cannot be taught or learnt .Its a study of visualization and that's what we teach in our academy - the correct way to visualize and analyse the subject and questions and how to transform a student’s innovative ideas on to paper .
  9. 9. The test measures aptitude of the candidate through two sections – a paper based section for drawing and computer based section for aesthetic sensitivity.  A paper based drawing test and computer based online aesthetic sensitivity test.  Drawing Test Contains 3 questions 100 Marks – 2 hours  Computer based objective test – 40 Questions – 100 marks – 1 hour approx . NATA Test
  10. 10.  This is a two hour paper where candidate has to attempt three questions. The drawing aptitude is judged on the following aspects –  Ability to sketch a given object proportionately and rendering the same in visually appealing manner.  Visualising and drawing the effects of light on the object and shadows cast on surroundings.  Sense of perspective drawing.  Combining and composing given three dimensional elements to form a building or structural form.  Creating visual harmony using colours in given composition.  Understanding of scale and proportions.  Drawing from memory through pencil sketch on themes from day to day experiences. DRAWING TEST
  11. 11.  The primary emphasis in scoring the drawing section is on the candidates drawing, imagination and observation skills. The candidates sense of proportion & perspective is also evaluated together with sense for colour and composition.  Creating interesting two dimensional composition using given shapes and Form  Creating visual harmony using colours in given composition.  Understanding of scale and proportions.  Drawing from memory through pencil sketch on themes from day to day experiences. DRAWING TEST
  12. 12.  The Answer to each question in the ‘drawing paper will be examined by a panel of three examiners independently and the marks are averaged. It may be further subject to moderation. DRAWING TEST SCORING PROCESS
  13. 13. AESTHETIC SENSITIVITY TEST This is computer based test where candidate has to answer 40 multiple choice questions. The aesthetic sensitivity test measures perception, imagination and observation, creativity and communication along with architectural awareness and comprises of -  Visualising three dimensional objects from two dimensional drawings.  Visualising different sides of three dimensional objects.  Identifying commonly used materials and objects based on their textural qualities.  Analytical reasoning.  Mental Ability.  Imaginative comprehension and expression.  Architectural awareness.
  14. 14. AESTHETIC SENSITIVITY TEST The candidates score will depend on his / her performance on the questions given and on the number of questions answered in the time allotted. This section is computer adaptive, meaning that the computer selects questions based on the candidate’s performance on preceding questions (When correct answer is given, next question will be of higher difficulty level whereas, if wrong answer is given next question is of lower difficulty level) and on the requirements of the test design. Test design factors that influence which questions are presented to the candidate include: The statistical characteristics (including difficulty level) of the questions already answered. The required variety of question types. During the computer based test, with adaptive testing, an examinee is administered a set of questions with a difficulty level that is specifically designed to match the examinees ability level. The mathematical process for calculating a score in this situation incorporates the statistical properties of the questions, the examinees performance on the questions, and the number of questions that are answered.
  15. 15. AESTHETIC SENSITIVITY TEST  The “per second” countdown begins 30 seconds before the allotted time for that question ends. In case no answer is offered till the time ends, the question is skipped and next question appears.  There is no Negative marking in this test.  NO REVALUATION IS POSSIBLE FOR EITHER OF THE TESTS
  16. 16. ARCHITECTURE SCHOOLS  Presently the number of schools offering five years B. Arch. Degree course in the country are 423 (as on March 2016) and admission to the course in all schools of architecture is compulsorily through aptitude tests. The syllabus and pattern of the tests are prescribed by Council of Architecture.
  17. 17. When to apply?  The Test can be written on any day as the applicant wishes after getting appointment from approved test centre, as per NATA schedule, given on www.nata.in .  It is suggested that instead of rushing to apply for registration without preparation you should prepare well for this entrance exam.  A person can apply at anytime during this period.
  18. 18. How to prepare? Many coaching centres are providing expert coaching for IIT and B.Tech. but very few experts are available for architecture entrance examinations. Only qualified and experienced architects can provide coaching and guidance for architecture entrance exams.
  19. 19. HERE WE ARE Global Academy of Vaastu and Design is an initiative of team of qualified and expert Architects to impart comprehensive guidance and assistance for preparation of B. Architecture Entrance examinations. Global Academy of Vaastu and Design is dedicated to provide education to each and every student who is interested in cracking entrance exams of prominent Architecture institutes. Phone: 23847273 23846190 23847274 23848314 9213102764 9582240087 Global Academy of Vaastu and Design 10A/14 Shakti Nagar Delhi – 110007 email: architecturenata@gmail.com
  20. 20. GLOBAL ACADEMY OF VAASTU AND DESIGN Want to see yourself among top rankers? Join us immediately Crash course: 1 month (Monday to Friday) Short-Term Course: 3 Months (Saturdays and Sundays) Detailed Course: 6 Months (Saturdays and Sundays) One Year Course (Saturdays and Sundays) At: 10A/14 Shakti Nagar, Delhi -110007 For Details, Contact: 9213102764, 9582240087
  21. 21. NATA - 2016 Self Study Available now
  22. 22. “DISTANCE LEARNING PROGRAMME” We have prepared the study material after extensive research and updated it according to the changing patterns of the entrance tests, for those students who cannot attend regular classroom coaching.
  23. 23. ADVANTAGE Focusing on Fundamentals, Perspective, Proportion and Scale, 3D sketching are the concepts given prime importance Comparison with Best Works Compare your sketches with the best done by various students and not just the best of your class.
  24. 24. CONVENIENCE No daily commuting. Just be at home, learn and improve your performance. COST EFFECTIVE No travel costs, no lodging and boarding costs, no miscellaneous expenses. No need to buy costly books.
  25. 25. With our highly RESULT oriented teaching methodology Expect to improve your sketching skills by 90% and a guaranteed seat in a prestigious architecture college.
  26. 26. We will send you seven handbooks covering the following topics : AESTHETIC SENSITIVITY& DRAWING ABILITY Buildings of Architectural Importance Worldwide Architectural Graphic symbols, Textures and Building materials Renowned Architects and Personalities Visualization: 3 Dimensional objects from 2 Dimensional Drawings Visualization: Sides of 3 Dimensional Objects Analytical Reasoning and Mental ability Introduction to Lines Introduction to Basic Shapes Skills on 2 dimensional composition using shapes Use of textures Introduction to effects of Light and Shade on Objects Techniques on Rendering Scales and Proportions Application of Colors Sketching Perspective drawings Memory sketches based on themes
  27. 27. GLOBAL ACADEMY OF VAASTU AND DESIGN What We Teach AESTHETIC SENSITIVITY 1.1 Architectural Expression 1.2 Buildings of Architectural Importance Worldwide 1.3 Architectural Graphic symbols, Textures and Building materials 1.4 Renowned Architects and Personalities 1.5 Architectural Awareness 1.6 Visualization: 3 Dimensional objects from 2 Dimensional Drawings 1.7 Visualization: Sides of 3 Dimensional Objects 1.8 Analytical Reasoning and Mental ability 1.9 Computer Applications in Architecture DRAWING ABILITY 1.10 Introduction to Lines 1.11 Introduction to Basic Shapes 1.12 Skills on 2 dimensional composition using shapes 1.13 Use of textures 1.14 Introduction to effects of Light and Shade on Objects 1.15 Techniques on Rendering 1.16 Scales and Proportions 1.17 Application of Colors 1.18 Sketching Perspective drawings 1.19 Memory sketches based on themes
  28. 28. GUESS PAPER We will provide you typical questions with their answers for memory sketching, 2-dimensional compositions and 3-D sketching. This type of solved questions will help you in cracking JEE (B.Arch.) and NATA exams.
  29. 29. GUESS PAPER set-4 1. An inter school quiz competition being held in the assembly hall in one of the new modern school in town. There are three teams each with two participants-one teacher and one student and the quiz master conducting the proceedings is standing in the middle with audience on rest of the three sides. Imagine you are one of the participants in the quiz along with your teacher. Draw a pencil sketch of what you will see from your position. 2. Design and draw in the given space a square graphic composition to be used on Tee Shirts for Save Trees Campaign. Colour the design using maximum four colours. The words (Save Trees) should NOT be used within the square graphic. 3. In the given space draw a still life arrangement made of two square boxes, one rectangular box & one pyramid. It should make a interesting, abstract, stable three dimensional composition. Also show the effect of light & shade on the objects. Draw your drawing sufficiently large to fill the given blank space. Set-5 1 Imagine yourself to be an Umpire for a Badminton match, sitting on a high chair. A doubles match is going on with the badminton hall packed with spectators. Draw a sketch as to how you, as an umpire, would see the court, the players and the hall. 2. God has decided to create a company promoting the sky. Design a logo for this company. Colour it in any medium using not more than three colours of your choice. 3. A clay pot, A bamboo basket & a brass cooking pot are kept on the dining table. You have to keep appropriate materials in all the 3 objects & compose them. Draw a pencil sketch of the 3D composition on the table top with the shade and shadow effects showing the materials of the objects. Fruit Basket (Pencil Sketch) Bus Terminal (One – Point Perspective)
  30. 30. GUESS PAPER Set-6 1.Imagine you are moving around with a shopping trolley in a grocery store. Draw a memory sketch in pencil of what you see around you. 2.Design and draw in the given space a square graphic composition to be used on Book Cover for GEOMETRY FOR EVERYONE. Colour the design using maximum four colours. 3. A metal lunch box, a glass water bottle, two spoons and a cap are kept on a table as preparation for a trip. Arrange these objects to form a three dimensional composition and draw it showing shades and shadows. Earthen Pots and boxes (Pencil Sketch)
  31. 31. NATA 2014 Self Study Package Send Demand Draft for Rs. 5000 only payable to Global Academy of Vaastu and Design payable at New Delhi. We will send you the study package by registered post immediately within one week For any clarification contact Ashok Goel (Phone: 9213102764, 9582240087) Send your draft to Global Academy of Vaastu and Design 10A/14 Shakti Nagar Delhi - 110007
  32. 32. OUR STRENGTH  We provide our students the winning edge to stay ahead of the competition because of innovative techniques based on collective experience  Extensive and best course material  Core faculties consist of team of well-known architects & educationists: Ashok Goel  B. Arch. From SPA, New Delhi ,P.G. Dip., [Journalism]  37 Years professional experience.  Author of various books on Architecture and Interiors of which more than 200,000 copies have been sold out.  Founder Director of Academy of Interior Decoration teaching Interior Decoration through correspondence for the last 30 years Aditya Kamal  B. Arch from IP University.  M. Arch. From DCRUST, Haryana  Author of books on House Design  Assistant Professor in an Architectural College  Contributed articles in various newspapers and magazines. Arjun Kamal  B. Arch from Faculty of Architecture and Ekistics,Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi  Assistant Professor in an Architectural College  Contributed articles in various newspapers and magazines. Ashok Goel Aditya Kamal Arjun Kamal
  33. 33. THANK YOU FOR VIEWING THIS PRESENTATION www.architectureentrance.in

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