The Council of Architecture will be releasing the NATA 2022 Admit Card at the official website for phase 1. Candidates will be able to download the NATA admit card 2022 once its released.
NATA Admit Card 2022
The Council of Architecture (CoA) will be releasing the admit card for the National Aptitude Test in Architecture 2022 at the official website. The Admit card will be released on 7.6.2022. All the candidates those who have registered for the examination can download the admit card using their application form number and password.
The Council of Architecture (CoA) have scheduled the NATA phase 1 examination on June 12th. Candidates please note that admit card is one of the most important documents required to enter the examination hall, without the admit card he/she wont be able to enter the examination centre.
NATA 2022 Highlights
|Examination||National Aptitude Test in Architecture|
|Authority||Council of Architecture (CoA)|
|Phase 1 Exam Date||June 12th 2022 (12.6.2022)|
|Phase 2 Exam Date||July 7th 2022 (7.7.2022)|
|Phase 3 Exam Date||August 7th 2022 (7.8.2022)|
|Admit Card Release date for phase 1||June 7th 2022 (7.6.2022)|
How to Download NATA Admit Card 2022
Candidates can download the NATA Admit card for the academic year 2022 at the official website – www.nata.in using the application number and the password of the candidates. Candidates can follow the steps mentioned below to download the NATA 2022 Admit Card.
Step 1. Visit the official website
Step 2. Click on the link which redirects you to download admit card
Step 3. Enter the application form number and password
Step 4. Once you have entered all the data, click on the submit button
Step 5. Admit card will be displayed on the screen, download and take a print out of the same.
About NATA 2022
NATA measures the aptitude of the applicant for specific field of study, i.e. Architecture, through assessment of cognitive skills, visual perception and aesthetic sensitivity tests, logical reasoning and critical thinking ability, etc., besides the learning that the candidate has acquired over the past few years and is related to the specific field of study.