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|Architecture Course Details||2 Term Course||1 Term Course|
|Ideal for||X pass & XI standard students||XI pass & XII standard students|
|Total Duration||66 classes (264 hrs)||49 classes (196 hrs)|
|Class frequency||4 hrs / once a week||4 hrs / once a week|
|Installment facility available?||Yes||Yes|
|Type of Test||Type of ques.||No. of ques & marks||Marks per ques.||Time||Language|
|Online Aptitude Test||4 types of questions: MCQ, MSQ, NAQ, PTQ||125 Questions for 200 marks||1, 2 or 3 marks per question||3 hours||Exam will be in English language|
|SILICA Coaching Modules||ONLINE Study Kit (1500/-)||LIVE Coaching (10000/-)|
|Live Online Lectures:
- 6 Lectures for GAT
- 6 Lectures for Arch Aptitude
- 3 Lectures for Cognitive Aptitude
- 3 Lectures for PCM
|Online Video Lectures:
- 15+ Lectures on Architecture Aptitude
- 20+ Lectures on General Aptitude
- 15+ Videos on PCM
|Online Practice Kit:
- 10 New Mock Tests as per NATA 2020 pattern
- 5 New Mock Tests as per NATA 2021 pattern
- 500+ Questions on General Aptitude
- 800+ Questions on Architecture Aptitude
- 200+ Questions on Physics, Chemistry, Maths
|Module||No. of Classes||Purpose of this module|
|1. Drawing & Design Foundation||12||50% of both NATA & JEE Exams is about drawing & design. This module helps students learn drawing & design through a step by step approach. Even students who are not good at drawing can learn drawing through an easy approach. Starting from Basics, it covers Color Theory & Application, Perspective & 3D Drawing, Human Figure Drawing, Memory Drawings & Compositions.|
|2. Advance Architecture||10||Once the foundation is ready, students are introduced to advance level questions, which may be expected in the exams. Students are shown how to solve difficult questions, how to manage time and how to make your individual drawing & design better than others. This way each student develops their own method of approaching exam questions.|
|3. Mock Test Papers||6 papers||We provide total 10 Test papers of which we conduct 6 test papers in class. Test papers are conducted to give students an idea of what to expect in the real exam. We conduct Test papers over 3 to 4 weeks to allow students to improve with each paper.|
|4. Test Paper Discussions||3||We assess each student’s areas for improvement and give specific inputs to students either individually or in group to improve their performance.|
|5. Aesthetic Sensitivity & Aptitude Test||4||Students find Aesthetic Sensitivity (NATA) and Aptitude (JEE paper 2) part difficult. We have scheduled 4 special classes to clear students’ doubts regarding topics and questions asked in this Test. SILICA also provides access to an Online Learning Module which has over 1,000 practice questions for Aesthetic Sensitivity & Aptitude Test.|
The national aptitude test in architecture (NATA) measures the aptitude of the applicant for Architecture. It is one of the two qualifying exams for admission to B.Arch program. The other exam is JEE (Paper 2).
Any person who has
At designated Test Centers located at centers / colleges / schools of architecture in India. Updated list of Test centers is available at the following website: http://www.nata.in
NATA Exam occurs generally twice in a year. Once in April & once in May.
Registration for NATA can only be done Online. Candidate can apply at website and make the payment either through credit cards / debit cards / net banking.
NATA is Computer cum Paper based exam. The Aptitude & Mathematics Test is a computer-based test. The Drawing Test is paper based test.
The NATA score is only valid for one year. So, the NATA 2022 score will be valid only for admission to B.Arch program in admission year 2020-21.
Results will be available on the website and some other websites which will be announced in various electronic / print media before declaration of results on specified date.
The result will be available in three formats:
Qualifying marks for NATA would be based on the following rules:
Candidate will not qualify in NATA unless he/she satisfies all three conditions mentioned above.
The breaking logic for a tie in NATA marks for the purpose of merit rank would be applied in the following order:
Candidate will not qualify in NATA unless he/she satisfies all three conditions mentioned above.
A candidate may apply for admission to any of the participating institutions as per the time schedule specified by the respective appropriate admission authority, along with all the documents desired by it.
In India, B.Arch program is offered by the following institutions:
|#||Type of Institution||Examples|
|1||State Level Institutions - Govt Aided||J.J., Rachana Sansad (Aided), CEPT etc|
|2||State Level Institutions - Unaided / Private||Kamala Raheja, LS Raheja, IES etc|
|3||All India Level Institutions - Govt Aided||SPAs and NITs|
|4||Deemed Universities||Amity, DY Patil, NMIMS (BSSA etc)|
Note: NATA score is valid for admission to State Level Institutions - Govt Aided / Unaided and Deemed Universities. JEE (Paper 2) score is valid for admission to All India Level Institutions.
The merit list for B.Arch Admission is prepared on the following bases:
|#||Basis of Merit List||Weightage|
|1||Marks obtained in NATA / JEE (Paper 2)||50%|
|2||Aggregate % obtained in 10+2 / 10+3 Diploma exam.||50%|
Note: Studying for XII Std is as important is studying for the NATA exam.
There various Architecture Entrance Exams are depending on the Universities but the two most popular ones are NATA and JEE Mains Paper 2.
NATA is an important Architecture Entrance Exam for B.Arch aspirants to get admission in architecture after 12th standard.
The Architecture Entrance Exam is conducted in two parts – Part A has three sections – Mathematics, General Aptitude, and Logical Reasoning. And Part B is the drawing section. But this year due to COVID 19 they have exempted Drawing section and kept cognitive drawing section.
You can opt for NATA (National Aptitude Test in Architecture for Architecture Entrance Exam as NATA includes a wide range of design colleges.
The syllabus for Architecture Entrance Exam consists of General Aptitude Question, Logical Reasoning, Mathematics, Physics, Geometry and Drawing.
The entrance exams for architecture in India in NATA, JEE Mains Paper 2.
Any entrance exam requires a ton of practice along with proper coaching and online classes are the optimal resource for that. You can self-pace the video lectures and rewind them as many times as you want. We provide you with all the required subject materials, solved papers, and mock tests and you can do this all according to your convenient routine.
Our self-study guides along with online lectures and provided study material are ample enough for you to crack Architecture Entrance Exam with a lot of practice.
You can easily find the previous year’s Architecture Entrance Exam question papers here.
Several institutes offer NATA coaching in India. The majority of them claim to offer the best classroom coaching and study materials. However, Silica stands out among them with a brilliant track record of offering targeted outcomes. In recent years, many aspirants who have attended the NATA coaching classes in this reputed institute have made it to the list of toppers. It ticks all the right boxes of aspirants’ needs to help them with their thorough NATA preparation.
The opinions of aspirants vary on this matter; while some view it as a necessity, others think otherwise. However, due to the growing competition, candidates need to look beyond books to crack the competitive entrance exam. From classroom coaching to study material and individual attention, NATA coaching centers, such as Silica, cover all bases to help aspirants with their NATA preparation.
By joining a NATA coaching center, aspirants can look forward to the following benefits:
With these attributes, institutes that offer NATA classes help learners with all-round NATA preparation.
NATA coaching centers adopt out-of-the-box approaches to keep aspirants a step ahead in the race to fine-tune NATA preparation. On the contrary, those who rely on self-study remain bereft of such methodologies. Thus, it stands out that NATA classes are helpful for examinees who take NATA entrance exam.
Silica provides the best NATA Books for NATA aspirants who are preparing for the NATA exam. Students all over have achieved much success with us.
Join Silica for successful NATA entrance exam preparation. You get best NATA books, excellent resources and guidance from expert design tutors.
We suggest getting trained by NATA experts at Silica. You can get comprehensive guidance for NATA Maths and other topics with excellent NATA books and resources as well.
JEE exam is for B.Arch admissions to IIT�s, whereas other unaided and Government aided colleges offer B.Arch courses based on NATA scores. Get more information from experts at Silica.
For first test scheduled, end of registration date is March 16, 2020. For the second test schedules, end of registration date is 4th May, 2020. For comprehensive details, get in touch with our experts.
Silica has the best-rated NATA books, NATA study material and previous year question papers. Join NATA preparation course at Silica and you are close to success.
50% marks from the State Board/ any other qualifying examination with Mathematics as one subject and 50% marks obtained in the Architecture Entrance Exam.
NATA written exam contains Maths related questions which will be included in the aptitude section of the exam. Refine your mathematical skills at Silica with best NATA books.
NATA 2022/2023 Part A is on Drawing, which is paper based and Part B comprises of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) on Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and General Aptitude which is to be answered online.
The effective course modules and efficient teaching methodology at Silica makes it the best institute for NATA preparation. Join the course today.
The advantages of Multiple Sessions in JEE (Main)- 2022 are as follows:
Will be annouced soon
Candidate has option to apply for one Session or for more than one Session (February/March /April/May 2021) together and pay exam fee accordingly.
No, candidate has to fill up one Application Form for all sessions. If he/ she fills up now, there will be only one Application Form. If he fills up now (for a few sessions), and choses to fill up the application for the other sessions later, the same Application Form will be shown to him later on, once the Application Forms
No, the syllabus of JEE (Main) 2022 is same as that of the last year. However, keeping in view the decision taken by different Boards all over India, NTA has decided that there will be a total of 90 Questions in the Question Paper and candidate will be required to attempt 75 questions only. There will be no negative marking for 15 optional questions.
JEE (Main) 2022 Examination will be held in “Computer Based Test” (CBT) Mode only, except that the Drawing Test for B.Arch. will be held in “Pen and Paper” (offline) mode.
The Question Paper has been divided into two sections. There will be 90 Questions in the Paper 1 and candidate will be required to attempt 75 questions only. There will be no negative marking for 15 optional questions. Paper-wise details are as follows:
Those candidates who wish to appear for Paper 2A as well as Paper 2B will have the duration of examination 3.30 hrs. i.e. from 3:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
There is no age limit for the candidates to appear in the JEE (Main) 2022. The candidates who have passed the class 12 / equivalent examination in 2019, 2020, 2021 or appearing in 2022 irrespective of their age can appear in JEE (Main)- 2022 examination.
Yes, Gen-EWS/SC/ST/OBC(NCL)/PwD candidates are required to upload original certificate as per prescribed formats issued by the competent authority of their respective State.
In case, any candidate does not have the certificate readily available with him / her, he/she can upload the self-undertaking (Appendix- 2). However, he/ she will have to upload the requisite certificate before end of May 2021.