Council Of Architecture (CoA) has released the NATA 2019 Admit Card on April 01, 2019. The admit card has been released online after 06:00 PM, which the scheduled time for downloading the Admit Card. It can be downloaded from the official website, online.cbexams.com. The candidates who have registered successfully can get the admit card by logging into their account using their application number/e-mail id and password.
The admit card for NATA 2019 has been released for the NATA 2019 Ist exam, which is scheduled to be conducted on April 14, 2019. For the session 2019, CoA is conducting the exam twice. First in the month of April and then in the month of July. For the July exam, the admit card will release on June 24, 2019.
To download the admit card the candidates have to visit the official website of NATA, online.cbexams.com. Thereafter they need to enter their email id/application number and password to log in into their account. There they can check their admit card. The NATA 2019 Admit Card is available under the login of the candidates only. CoA is not sending any admit card via post or other modes.
The admit card of the candidates will have the exam date, time and the exam center address. The candidates have to follow the instructions in the admit card and appear for the exam. The candidates will also have their NATA 2019 roll number on the admit card.
The candidates have to carry the printed copy of the NATA 2019 admit card along with an ID proof on the exam day. Furthermore, In the exam center, the candidates need to carry their personal sets of pen, pencil, eraser, color pencils (no water/oil colour/crayon), cardboard. In the exam, the candidates have to attempt questions from Mathematics, General Aptitude and there will be a drawing test.
The candidates need to report at the exam centre for at least 1 hour before the exam start time. NATA 2019 entrance exam will be starting at 10 AM and will end at 1:15 PM. The exam is being held in one shift only and in online mode. The exam will take place at 122 cities across India.
There will be 2 parts of the question paper. Part A will have the Mathematics and General Aptitude Section. Part B will have the drawing section. Part A is computer-based and Part B is pen and paper-based test. The total marks of the exam are 200.
There is no negative marking scheme and for each correct answer, the candidates get 2 marks. To qualify the exam the candidates need to get at least 25% in the MCQ questions and 25% marks in the drawing section. The overall qualifying marks are revealed at the time of the declaration of the result.
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