Council of Architecture will be announced the National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) 2017 Results / Merit List / Rank Card / Score Card / Mark Sheet on 10th June 2017 through online official website at www.nata.in. There are a huge number of candidates applied and appeared for the National Aptitude Test in Architecture 2017 Exam. All the related candidates are suggested to check their NATA 2017 Merit, as well as the qualified candidates in NATA 2017 Test can be download their rank card, through online for submit in counseling process.
Date of NATA Exam: 16th April 2017 (11 AM to 2 PM)
Date of issue NATA Rank Card: 10th June 2017
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NATA 2017 Result
National Aptitude Test in Architecture Results will be issued by the Council of Architecture Govt. of India. The results will be available in the website of the COUNCIL at www.nata.in, www.coa.gov.in and some other websites which will be announced in various electronic / printing media before declaration of results.
The result will be available in three formats:
- Marks obtained out of 230 and in each component
- Merit listing – unique based on marks and tie breaking rules (mentioned in Section 4 above)
- Percentile score based on the merit listing
NATA 2017 Cut-off / Qualifying Marks would be based on the following rules:
- At least 25% must be secured in MCQ portion (30 out of 120)
- At least 25% must be secured in Drawing portion (20 out of 80)
- Overall qualifying marks (out of 200) would be based on Dost-exam statistics and at the discretion of the Council.
Note: Candidate will not qualify in NATA-2017 unless (s) he satisfies all three conditions mentioned above.
An attempt will be made to normalize (with respect to NATA-2017) the score of NATA-2015 qualified candidates seeking admission for the session 2017-18 in order to specify their position in order of merit for counselling purposes. Such guidelines would be based on statistical analysis and the Council’s decision would be final in this regard.
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