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How to Join Architecture

  1. 1. Use the following link to watch the video on YouTube regarding JEE-B.ARCH. Exams. VIDEO LINK http://goo.gl/pgJ7UF
  2. 2. A large number of students are under the impression that since they have given the architecture entrance exam (JEE) conducted by CBSE, they would get admission on the basis of this exam. As a matter of fact very few colleges accept the score of JEE. Most of the self financing and other architecture colleges and schools in India accept only NATA score. Unless and until you clear NATA exam you cannot get admission in these colleges. Important Information
  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. WHAT IS ARCHITECTURE? The word architecture can have many meanings. Depending on the context, architecture can refer to: 1. any man-made building or structure 2. a man-made building or structure that is important, large, or highly creative 3. a carefully designed object, such as a chair, a spoon, or a tea kettle 4. a design for a city, town, park, or landscape 5. the art or science of designing and building buildings, structures, objects, and outdoor spaces 6. a building style or method 7. a plan for organizing space © Global Academy of Vaastu and Design
  6. 6. ARCHITECTURE : It is the process and product of planning, designing and constructing form, space and ambience that reflect functional, technical, social, environmental, and aesthetic considerations. © Global Academy of Vaastu and Design
  7. 7. RESPONSIBILITIES OF AN ARCHITECT The responsibilities assigned to an architect require him to be an effective manager. An architect has to be both a team player and a leader. Not only is he required to deal with his clients and ensure the best out of his design team, but also included in his list of activities is to co- ordinate between various design and technical consultants and supervise work at site. © Global Academy of Vaastu and Design
  8. 8. B.ARCH. DEGREE PROGRAMME The architecture students are trained by getting exposed to live problems, situations and circumstances. Teaching, throughout the course of five years, is based on an inter-disciplinary approach which in addition to classroom learning through lectures, slide talks, discussions, assignments, comprehension tests, etc. entails numerous site visits and on-the-spot studies. © Global Academy of Vaastu and Design
  9. 9. JOB OPPORTUNITIES As professional experts in the field of building design and construction, architects use their unique creative skills to advise individuals, property owners and developers, community groups, local authorities and commercial organizations. Generally architects work with architectural firms, in entrepreneurial ventures. But they are not limited to working only at traditional architectural firms. They also work as corporate and public architects. © Global Academy of Vaastu and Design
  10. 10. COUNCIL OF ARCHITECTURE The Council of Architecture (COA) has been constituted by the Government of India under the provisions of the Architects Act, 1972, enacted by the Parliament of India, which came into force on 1st September, 1972. The Council of Architecture is charged with the responsibility to regulate the education and practice of profession throughout India besides maintaining the register of architects. © Global Academy of Vaastu and Design
  11. 11. ARCHITECT Any person desirous of carrying on the profession of 'Architect' must have registered himself with Council of Architecture. For the purpose of registration, one must possess the requisite qualification as appended to the Architects Act, after having undergone the education in accordance with the Council of Architecture (Minimum Standards of Architectural Education) Regulations, 1983. The registration with Council of Architecture entitles a person to practice the profession of architecture. © Global Academy of Vaastu and Design
  12. 12. COMPETENT AUTHORITY AND CONDUCT OF APTITUDE TEST The admissions shall be carried out by the Competent authority i.e. the Government or University, or such authorities/ institution concerned [School/ College of Architecture]/ Association or Federation of Institutions [Schools or College of Architecture], as approved by the Government / University, based on the marks obtained in NATA/JEE and the qualifying examinations. © Global Academy of Vaastu and Design
  13. 13. ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION No 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 new 10+2 scheme of Senior School Certificate Examination or equivalent with Mathematics as subjects of examination at the 10+2 level. All Admissions to Architecture degree course shall be subject to passing of National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) conducted by the Council of Architecture or JEE(B.Arch.). © Global Academy of Vaastu and Design
  14. 14. NATA/JEE [B.Arch.] The National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) conducted by Council of Architecture is mandatory for admission to first year B.Arch. course for all architectural institutions in the country, including NITs, IITs, Government Institutions, Government aided Institutions, Universities, Deemed Universities and Private Universities established by a Central or State Legislature and other private institutions. It shall be mandatory for every architectural institution imparting 5-year B.Arch. degree course in the country to join the NATA and to admit students on the basis of valid NATA marks in the said course. © Global Academy of Vaastu and Design
  15. 15. The JEE (formerly AIEEE) is an all India level entrance examination for both engineering/architecture streams. It comprises of separate question patterns and structure for both the streams. The JEE pattern for B. Arch/B. Planning comprises of three important parts, part 1 consists of questions from mathematics and part 2 consists of aptitude type questions and part 3 consists of drawing and sketching. It includes questions in testing the students’ attitudes regarding people, place and environment. © Global Academy of Vaastu and Design
  16. 16. NATA SYLLABUS The Aptitude Test in Architecture shall consist of 2 papers: (3hours duration) PART A : ONLINE TEST Test – I Aesthetic Sensitivity – 100 marks Duration of test:- 1 Hour PART B : PAPER BASED TEST Test – II Drawing - 100 marks Duration of test – Two hours. © Global Academy of Vaastu and Design
  17. 17. Syllabus for Aptitude Test – J.E.E.(B.Arch.) 2016 (B.Arch/ B.Planning) The topics you should be preparing for the Aptitude Test of J.E.E.(B.Arch.) 2016 (B.Arch/ B.Planning) Part – I Questions from Mathematics Part - II Awareness of persons, places, Buildings, Materials.) Objects, Texture related to Architecture and built environment. Visualising three dimensional objects from two dimensional drawings. Visualising different sides of three dimensional objects. Analytical Reasoning Mental Ability (Visual, Numerical and Verbal). Three dimensional - perception: Understanding and appreciation of scale and proportion of objects, building forms and elements, colour, texture, harmony and contrast. Design and drawing of geometrical or abstract shapes and patterns in pencil. Transformation of forms both 2 D and 3 D union, subtraction, rotation, development of surfaces and volumes, Generation of Plan, elevations and 3 D views of objects. © Global Academy of Vaastu and Design
  18. 18. Syllabus for Aptitude Test – J.E.E.(B.Arch.) 2016 (B.Arch/ B.Planning) Part – III Creating two dimensional and three-dimensional compositions using given shapes and forms. Sketching of scenes and activities from memory of urban-scape (public space, market, festivals, street scenes, monuments, recreational spaces etc.), landscape (river fronts, jungles. gardens, trees, plants etc.) and rural life.
  19. 19. COACHING FOR NATA/JEE (B.ARCH.) Global Academy of Vaastu and Design is an initiative of team of 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. © Global Academy of Vaastu and Design
  20. 20. Global Academy of Vaastu and Design, Delhi provides the students the winning edge to stay ahead of the competition because of innovative techniques based on collective experience --Extensive and best course material --Ability to create environment that stimulates out of the box thinking --Academic expertise offers students unique shortcut and time saving techniques --Core faculties consist of team of well-known architects & educationists © Global Academy of Vaastu and Design
  21. 21. COACHING FOR NATA/JEE 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. Founding Director of Academy of Interior Decoration teaching Interior Decoration through correspondence for the last 30 years. © Global Academy of Vaastu and Design
  22. 22. COACHING FOR ARCHITECTURE ENTRANCE Aditya Kamal, B. Arch from IP University. M. Arch. From DCRUST, Haryana Assistant Professor in a leading Architectural College Author of books on House Design Practicing Architect and Interior Designer Contributed articles in various newspapers and magazines. © Global Academy of Vaastu and Design Arjun Kamal, B. Arch. from Faculty of Architecture & Ekistics, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi Assistant Professor in a leading Architectural College
  23. 23. © Global Academy of Vaastu and Design Architect Ashok Goel with Arvind Kejriwal
  24. 24. Ar. Ashok Goel with Ar. Prafulla Karkhanis (President, The Indian Institute of Architects) Ar. Ashok Goel with Prof. Manjit Agnihotri (Very senior academician and architect)
  25. 25. Ar. Ashok Goel giving a presentation about architecture admissions in Bal Bharati Public School, GRH MARG, New Delhi on 5th November, 2012
  26. 26. © Global Academy of Vaastu and Design Ar. Ashok Goel with Future Architects
  27. 27. © Global Academy of Vaastu and Design NATA Students
  28. 28. Architecture Colleges in India: 423  [as on 1 December 2015]  Most of the Colleges are Accepting NATA Score  Some self financing architecture colleges accept both NATA as well as JEE (B.Arch.) score. Some state universities in Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, etc. are conducting their own aptitude test for admission to B.Arch. Course. However the pattern for entrance exam is as per Council of Architecture guidelines. © Global Academy of Vaastu and Design
  29. 29. © Global Academy of Vaastu and Design 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 Want to see yourself among top rankers? Join us immediately
  30. 30. “DISTANCE LEARNING PROGRAMME” We have prepared the study material after extensive research and is updated according to the changing patterns of the entrance tests, for those students who cannot attend regular classroom coaching. 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 Perspective drawings (One point and Two Point) Memory sketches based on themes © Global Academy of Vaastu and Design
  31. 31. PACKAGE DETAILS FOR OUTSTATION STUDENTS NATA/JEE (B.Arch) (formerly AIEEE) - Distance Learning Programme Package Cost for JEE (B.Arch) /NATA = Rs. 5000 only. 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) Send your draft to : Global Academy of Vaastu and Design 10A/14 Shakti Nagar Delhi - 110007
  32. 32.  Contact: Ashok Goel 10A/14 Shakti Nagar Delhi – 110007 Phone: 23847273 23846190 23847274 23848314 9213102764 9211540405 9582240087 Global Academy of Vaastu and Design 10A/14 Shakti Nagar Delhi – 110007 email: architecturenata@gmail.com © Global Academy of Vaastu and Design
  33. 33. Website: www.architectureentrance.in © Global Academy of Vaastu and Design

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