NATA 2020 (NATA 2020) – Result for Test 2 Released!!!


NATA 2020 – NATA (National Aptitude Test in Architecture) exam date has been declared by COA (Counseling of Architecture). The NATA examination is being conducted by the COA since 2006. This examination is conducted at the national level. The NATA Entrance Examination is conducted to take admission in Architecture course. After passing the NATA entrance examination, candidates can get admission in a B.Arch (Bachelor of Architecture) course in any recognized college in the country. This exam is in two parts, exam 1 and exam 2. If you want to get more information about NATA 2020, you can read this page in full. NATA Admit Card 2020 for Exam 2 has been released. The applicant can click Below to the direct link to download NATA Admit Card Exam 2 2020.

Latest: NATA result 2020 for exam 2 has been released. The applicant can click below to the direct link of NATA result exam 2 given below.

NATA 2020

Let the candidates know that this year’s NATA exam 1st attempt will be organized on August 29, 2020. The same test 2nd attempt will also be held in August 2020. Both the exams are national level exams. The last date of application for the NATA 2020 exam will be 04 May 2020. This test will be conducted in two shifts, Part A, 10 am to 11 am and Part B, 11.15 to 1.00 pm. Part A exam will be online and the Part B exam will be offline, which will be from the drawing section. Check the table below to know in detail about the required dates related to the NATA 2020 exam. NATA 2020 Exam 2 admit card has been released on 10 September 2020.

NATA Schedule 2020

NATA 2020 Important Dates (Second Attempt)

EventsImportant Dates
Release of NATA 2020 application formFebruary 1, 2020
Final date to submit application formMay 4, 2020
Last date to upload imageMay 8, 2020
Last date for fee paymentMay 8, 2020
Last date to print confirmation pageMay 11, 2020
Correction window for the application formMay 9 (10:30 am)to May 11, 2020(11:59 pm)
Availability of admit card10 September 2020
NATA 2020 (second attempt)To be notified
Availability of answer keyTo be announced
Announcement of result18 September 2020

NATA 2020 Important Dates (First Attempt)

EventsImportant Dates
Availability of application formFebruary 1, 2020
Last date to submit application formMarch 23, 2020
Re-open of registrationMarch 27, 2020
End of NATA 2020 registrationApril 15, 2020
Last date to upload imageApril 19, 2020
Last date for fee paymentApril 19, 2020
Last date to print confirmation pageApril 22, 2020
Correction facility for application formApril 20 (10:30 am)to April 22, 2020(11:59 pm)
Restart of NATA registrationsJuly 25 to August 16, 2020
Correction facility in NATA 2020 application formJuly 25 to August 16, 2020
Release of admit cardAugust 24, 2020
NATA 2020 (first attempt)August 29, 2020
Release of provisional answer keyTo be notified
Final answer keyTo be notified
Final date to access recorded responsesTo be notified
Declaration of resultSeptember 3, 2020 Released!!!!

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NATA Eligibility Criteria 2020

Educational Qualification

  • Candidates should have studied Physics, Chemistry and Maths in 10 + 2.
  • Also, the candidate must pass 10 + 2 with Physics, Chemistry and Maths with 50% marks in all three subjects.
  • The candidate should also get a total of 50% marks in 10 + 2.
Age LimitCandidates should be minimum 17 years old as on July 31, 2020.
Academic QualificationsShould have passed 10+2th (or equivalent) qualifying examination from a recognized board.
Marks RequiredCandidates should have scored minimum 50% aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The candidates will also have to qualify NATA 2020 for admissions into the institutes offering B.Arch course.

NATA 2020 Application Form

Candidates who want to apply for NATA 2020 should tell those candidates that NATA 2020 examination applications have been started. For NATA 2020 you will have to apply through online mode. The online application form is available on the official website of NATA from where students can apply until 15 April 2020. Before applying, candidates must check their eligibility. The application process will be completed in three stages, in which you will first have to tell all the information sought in the application form and then after that, you will have to upload the documents. Finally, you have to submit the application form by paying the application fee. Candidates must complete their application and submit it before the last date. Applications submitted after the last date or incorrectly filled application form will not be accepted.

Application fee

  • Candidates apply for anyone examination, then they get Rs. 2000 / -. The application fee will have to be submitted.
  • Candidates apply for both exams, then they get Rs. 3800 / -. The application fee will have to be submitted.
  • SC and ST category candidates apply for anyone exam, then they get Rs. 1700 / -. And Rs. 3100 / – for both exams. The application fee will have to be submitted.
  • The application fee can be paid through online net banking, credit card, debit card.
  • The NATA 2020 application can also be improved. The correction in the application form has to be done within three days from the last date of application.
ParticularsApplication Fee
One attemptGeneral candidates – Rs. 2000SC/ST candidates – Rs. 1700
Both attemptsGeneral candidates – Rs. 3800SC/ST candidates – Rs. 3100

NATA 2020 Admit Card

The admit card for the NATA 2020 exam is released online through the official website. Please tell that all the candidates’ NATA 2020 Admit Cards are issued a few days after the completion of the application process. Admit cards are issued only to those candidates who have completed and submitted their applications by the last date. The candidates have to provide the application number, email ID, and password to download their admit card. The admit card is a very important document for the exam. The information related to the exam is given on the admit card like an exam centre, exam date, etc. Candidates must take their admit cards on the day of the NATA 2020 examination.

NATA Admit Card 2020 for 2nd Attempted has been released Click Here to download 2 Attempt Admit card of NATA 2020.

Applicants can download NATA Admit Card 2020 by clicking here.

NATA 2020 Exam Pattern

It is very important to know the examination pattern and syllabus for the candidates appearing in the NATA 2020 examination. Knowing the examination pattern and syllabus, candidates can prepare their examination more thoroughly. Let us tell you that the NATA 2020 examination will be conducted in two parts, Part A and B. Part A will be the online Computer Best Test (CBT) in which multiple-choice questions will be asked and Part B will be a pen and paper best drawing test. Get complete information of NATA 2020 Examination Pattern and Syllabus from below.

  • Part A – Online (Multiple Choice Questions)
  • Part B – Offline
  • Part A (Subject)
    • maths
    • General aptitude
  • Part B (Subject)
    • Drawing test
    • A4 size paper
  • numbers
    • Maths – 40
    • General Aptitude – 80
    • Drawing Test – 80
    • Total Marks – 200
  • Total Time – 3 Hours
  • +2 marks will be awarded for each correct answer.
  • No marks will be deducted for the wrong answer.
Mode of ExaminationOnline
Duration of Exam2 hours
Medium of ExaminationEnglish
Number of QuestionsPart A – 10 questions (4 Preferential type questions (PTQs) and 6 MCQs)Part B – 50 questions from PCM and General Aptitude & Logical Reasoning sections
Marking Scheme1.5 marks will be allotted for every correct answer of multiple choice questionFor the Drawing test, 1 PTQ will be of 17 marks; 3 PTQs will be of 16 marks and 6 MCQs will be of 10 marks.Total marks of Part A is 125 marks and Part B is 75 marks.
Negative MarkingThere is no negative marking

NATA 2020 Examination Center

Andaman and Nicobar, Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Chandigarh, Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu Kashmir, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Odisha, Puducherry, Punjab, Rajasthan, Sikkim, Tamil Nadu, Tripura, Telangana, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, West Bengal, Dubai

Nata 2020 Exam Syllabus

The NATA exam is conducted by COA (Counseling of Architecture). The COA prepares the examination pattern, syllabus, admit card, result etc. You can get information about NATA 2020 exam syllabus from here.


Part A -Drawing Test

“Understanding the important visual principles in a composition (2D OR 3D) such as balance, rhythm, direction, hierarchy, etc. Understanding geometry and the ability to visualize shape and solve geometrical puzzles to test spatial intelligence; Understanding color theory and the various terminologies to test color scheme awareness and knowledge; Visual system interpretation and perception to test graphical similarities and other properties; Ability to understand spatial relationship between objects, and to visualize images and scenarios; Tests for cognitive ability: perception, attention, recognition, memory etc.”
Part BMathematicsLogarithms, Algebra, Matrices, Trigonometry,Coordinate Geometry, 3 Dimensional Coordinate Geometry, Theory of Calculus, Application of Calculus, Permutation and Combination,Statistics and Probability
PhysicsElectrostatics, Current Electricity, Optics, Dual nature of radiation and Matter, Atoms and Nuclei and Electronic devices
ChemistrySome Basic Concepts of Chemistry; Structure of Atom; Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties, Chemical Bonding and Molecular; States of Matter: Gases and Liquids, Chemical Thermodynamics; Equilibrium; Redox Reactions; Hydrogen; s- Block Elements p -Block Elements, Organic Chemistry.
General AptitudeVisualising different sides of 3D objects, Objects, texture related to architecture and built environment,Mathematical Reasoning, Sets and Relations

Nata 2020 Result

The NATA 2020 result is announced online through the official website. Candidates have to provide their login ID to see their results. The NATA 2020 result has been released in two ways. You can also get information about your result from our page. Candidates who have passed the NATA 2020 examination can take admission in NATA 2020.

NATA 2020 Answer Key

The Answer Key NATA 2020 exam will be released soon. Let the candidates know that NATA 2020 has been issued by the Counseling of Architecture (COA). You will be able to get more official answer papers of NATA 2020 released by COA from our page. Candidates who have appeared in the NATA 2020 examination can check their answers through the answer key and calculate their marks.

Nata 2020 Cutoff

  • Part A – Candidates should have scored at least 25 marks (30 out of 120) in multiple-choice questions.
  • Part B – Candidates should also get at least 25 marks (20 out of 80) in the drawing.
SubjectQualifying MarksTotal Marks


Let the candidates know that below is the list of various government and private architecture colleges which provide admission in Architecture course based on NATA score.

  • Sir JJ School of Architecture (Govt. College)
  • Department of Architecture, IIT Roorkee (Govt. College)
  • Chandigarh College of Architecture (Govt. College)
  • Department of Architecture, NIT Tiruchirappalli (Govt. College)
  • Rizvi College, Mumbai (Private College)
  • Department of Architecture, NIT Calicut (Govt. College)
  • Sushant School of Art and Architecture, Gurgaon (Private College)
  • RV College of Architecture, Banglore (Private College)
  • Faculty of Architecture, Manipal University (Private College)
  • Faculty of Architecture and Ekistics, JMI (Govt. College)
  • Department of Architecture, BIT Mesra (Private College)
  • School of Planning and Architecture, Delhi (Govt. College)

Contact Details

Council Of Architecture
India Habitat Centre, Core 6A, 1st Floor,
Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003 India

NATA 2020 FAQs

Question 1. Who can apply for NATA and what are the qualifications?

Answer: Those candidates who have passed with 10 + 2 PCM subjects and have secured 50% marks for NATA.

Question 2. What is the total marks of NATA examination?

Answer – Nata exam is of total 200 marks, in which multiple choice questions are asked in Part A and Part B contains a drawing paper.

Question 3. Are candidates with disability category given more time in the exam?

Answer – Yes, 20 minutes more time is given in the examination for the candidates with disability category.

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