NATA admit card
is expected to be released soon by the Council of Architecture. NATA admit card was supposed to be released on June 24, 2019. Candidates who have applied for the July session examination can download the NATA admit card 2019 from the official website. Candidates are advised to keep checking the official website of NATA to get updates regarding the release of the admit card of NATA 2019. Candidates can download the NATA 2019 admit card by visiting the official website and entering the application number and password in the admit card link given,
The admit card of NATA 2019
will include the examination schedule and the exam centre details. While downloading the NATA Admit card 2019 candidates must make sure to check all the details given on the admit card. Candidates must note that the NATA Admit card 2019 is a mandatory document that candidates are required to carry along with them in order to appear for the examination. Those candidates who report to the examination centre without the admit card will not be allowed to appear for the examination.
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- Visit the official website of NATA 2019 - nata.in
- Click on the link which reads "NATA Admit Card 2019"
- Login to the website using Application no & DOB
- Check the admit card shown on the screen
- Download & take a print out of the NATA admit card for future use
Details mentioned on the NATA Admit Card 2019
The admit card of NATA 2019 will contain details like the candidates' name, roll number, gender and category, examination name, reporting time to the centre, exam centre name and address, photograph and signature images and the instructions to be followed by the candidates for the examination.
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NATA 2019 will be conducted on July 7, 2019, from 10 AM to 1: 15 PM. Candidates who have applied for the July examination need to report to the examination centre with the NATA 2019 admit card, a valid photo ID proof. NATA 2019 will be conducted in two parts. Part A will be held in the online mode from 10 AM to 11 AM wherein the candidates need to attempt Multiple Choice Questions from Mathematics and General Aptitude for a total of 120 marks. In the last two hours (11:15 Am to 1:15 PM) candidates need to attempt the drawing test where candidates are required to attempt 2 questions for 40 marks