Who doesn’t dream big for themselves? Yes, everyone does and to make his or her dream come true, it is important to get real about it. After schooling, there are many courses available which can land you up with your dream career. As there are numerous options available these days, students get confused about what to choose and what to avoid totally. However, engineering, MBBS, architecture are some of the top-notch courses which are in high demand. And to get admission for these courses, the students need to clear the entrance examinations for the respective field. Architecture being a prestigious course is pursued by many students. To get into the top-notch architecture college, one has to clear NATA examination.
The NATA result date will be declared on 3rd May by the Council of Architecture and the result for this course will be available in three different formats. The recorded responses of the candidates for Part A will be released on May 16th and there will be no provision for review of the answer sheet.
The Qualifying Marks for NATA
The qualifying marks for NATA 2019 will be based on following rules such as:
- At least 25% marks must be scored in MCQ type Questions (30 out of 120).
- At least 25% marks must be secured in Drawing Questions (20 out of 80).
- Overall qualifying marks (out of 200) will be based on post-exam statistics & at the discretion of the Council.
NATA 2019 Merit List
- Merit list would be set based on the performance of the students in both the papers.
- The students should score a minimum of 25% marks in Paper-1 MCQs (Mathematics and General aptitude) and Paper-2 Drawing Section.
- In addition to it, students should qualify the overall combined cut offset by the conducting authority in order to get their name in the merit list.
- In case two or more students get the same marks, tie-breaking standards would be appropriate to define the rank of the applicant in the merit list.
- The tie-breaking standards are elucidated below.
- Overall marks obtained in mathematics
- Less wrong answers in the mathematics section.
- Overall marks in general aptitude test.
- Less wrong answers in the general aptitude test.
- Date of Birth- one who has an early birth date will be considered.
- If a tie is still noticeable then the same rank will be allotted to the respective candidates.
How to check NATA results all by yourself
Candidates need to follow simple and easy steps which are given below to download and check the results. The process is simple so that the student doesn’t find any hassle. The points are elaborated below:
- First of all, you must visit the official website of NATA, i.e., nata.in on the NATA result date
- Now, you need to click on “general scorecard” and you can see a new login window in front of your eyes.
- Thirdly, you need to log in the portal using the credentials, i.e., APP seq No. and password.
- Once you are done with a filling of the credentials, then you have to enter the captcha code as displayed.