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Career in Nata JEE B.Arch CEED


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Create your future in Designing or Architecture through Nata, Jee B.Arch or Ceed courses.

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Career in Nata JEE B.Arch CEED

  1. 1. CAREER IN NATA AND JEE B.ARCH – A PARADIGM SHIFT Careers in non-traditional fields of study are generally not encouraged by Indian parents. By nontraditional, we mean fields other than science, engineering, management and information technology. People think there will not be enough opportunities if their children study arts, literature, architecture or design. Fortunately, that thinking is changing. Recent news of National Institute of Design (NID) graduates getting rewarding offers from worldwide employers has renewed people’s interest in architecture and design as good career choices. Parents and students have started making enquiries about admission criteria and process in the national institutions of repute. We can say there has been a paradigm shift from the original thinking. In spite of the renewed interest, people are generally in the dark about how to get admission in reputed institutions such as National Institute of Design (NID), Centre for Environmental Planning and Technology (CEPT), Indian Institutes of Technologies (IITs) and other state/central funded and private institutions. They try to gain admission on basis of half-baked information or seek help from dishonest private coaching classes. They become dejected as they fail to get admission. Please note that seats in design and architecture schools/colleges are very limited for thousand of applicants. Competition is rife but if a student has right aptitude and keen interest, he or she can get admission in architecture and design with a little preparation and help from coaching institutes. Ace Edutech Mo: 09712555511
  2. 2. Here is the list of some of the best institutions/programs for Architecture and Design in India and their admission policies: Career in Architecture 1. NATA – National Aptitude Test in Architecture NATA is a national level aptitude test in architecture conducted by the Council of Architecture (CA) for admission to 1st year of the 5-year B.Arch. Degree course at institutes/schools/colleges of architecture in India, including government, government-aided, private unaided, university department and deemed universities offering courses leading to Bachelor’s degree in Architecture. NATA measures candidates’ drawing and observation skills, sense of proportion, aesthetic sensitivity and critical thinking ability. Eligibility Students getting minimum 50% marks in HSC (Std 12) with mathematics as one of the subjects are eligible for admission to B. Arch after clearing NATA entrance test. Students having passed SSC (Std X) or equivalent can also appear for NATA but admission will be granted only after Std 12. NATA Entrance Tests NATA Entrance tests are conducted in various cities in two parts: 1) a 2-hour pen and paper drawing aptitude test and 2) a computer based Aesthetic Sensitivity Test of 40 multiple-choice questions (MCQs) to measure candidates’ perception, imagination, observation and creativity. For complete details, visit the NATA website at Note: Centre for Environmental Planning and Technology (CEPT) accepts NATA scores for admission to its B.Arch program. Ace Edutech Mo: 09712555511
  3. 3. 2. JEE B. Arch - Joint Entrance Exam for Bachelor in Architecture program Students seeking admissions to B. Arch or B. Planning programmes (other than IITs) offered by national / state level architecture institutions / colleges need to appear for JEE B. Arch (Paper-2), which is a 3-hour pen and paper based exam consisting of: Part I – Mathematics – Objective Type Part II – Aptitude Test – Objective Type; and Part III – Drawing Test – Questions to test drawing aptitude The JEE B. Arch merit list is published based on 40% weightage to School Board marks in Class 12 (or equivalent) and 60% weightage to JEE (Main). All National Institute of Technologies (NITs), School of Planning and Architecture (SPAs) and other government and self-finance architecture schools are accepting students with JEE B.Arch results. Eligibility Students having passed in final examination of 10+2 (Class XII) or its equivalent are eligible. Those appearing for Class XII may also appear in JEE B. Arch provisionally. However, admission is granted by concerned university / institution and as per the guidelines and criteria prescribed by AICTE. Students need to apply online for JEE B. Arch through JEE (Main) website A student can appear three times in JEE B. Arch examination. Students are advised to seek guidance from JEE B. Arch coaching institutes. Ace Edutech Mo: 09712555511
  4. 4. Career in Design 1. NEED – National Entrance Exam for Design NEED is an entrance exam conducted by National Institute of Design (NID), Ahmedabad, one of the top design schools in the world. NID offers two types of courses: GDPD: Graduate Diploma Programme in Design, a 4-year programme in 8 disciplines at its Heritage Campus in Ahmedabad Seats: 100 Eligibility: students passed/appearing for Higher Secondary (10+2) OR equivalent like AISSCE, IB or ISC from any stream Selection Process: 1) Written Examination to test the candidates’ observation skills, sketching skills, clarity of ideas/concepts and their futuristic thinking; 2) Studio Test to test their creativity, presence of mind, soft skills, etc. PGDPD: Post Graduate Diploma Programme in Design, a 2.5-year programme in 17 disciplines at Main Campus, Ahmedabad and at PG Campus, Gandhinagar and R&D Campus, Bangalore Seats: 245 Eligibility: Students passed under 10+2+4 pattern. Eligibility criteria vary according to discipline but Degree in Design, Engineering, Technology, Architecture, Design and Fine Arts or Diploma in Design is acceptable. Selection Process: 1) Written Examination and 2) Group Discussion and Personal Interview Ace Edutech Mo: 09712555511
  5. 5. 2. IIT CEED – Common Entrance Exam for Designing CEED is a nationwide entrance examination conducted by the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) for admissions to various post-graduate programmes such as Master of Design (M.Des.) and PhD as detailed below: Master of Design (M.Des) IIT Bombay only: Animation, Visual Communication, Interaction Design, Mobility and Vehicle Design IIT Bombay, Delhi and Kanpur: Industrial Design IISc Bangalore: Product Design and Engineering Eligibility: 4-year Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering / Architecture / Design/ Interior Design or equivalent or 4-year Professional Diploma in Design (NID/CEPT or equivalent) or 4-year Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) or 5-year Graduate Diploma in Art with one-year post qualification professional experience. PhD in Design IIT Bombay, IISc Bengaluru Eligibility: Masters degree in Arts / Science / Computer Applications Admission Process: CEED Preparation includes 1) online registration [visit]; 2) Exam – a 3-hour exam in two parts: A (computer based) and B (paper-based). The objective of CEED is to assess the candidates’ aptitude for design, visual perception ability, drawing skills, logical reasoning, creativity and communication skills. Ace Edutech Mo: 09712555511