NATA 2020 | The approval card for the national aptitude test for architecture is published today on nata.in. The first exam will take place on August 29th. The approval card for the National Aptitude Test for Architecture will be published today; the first exam will take place on August 29th
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🔥 NATA 2020 | The approval card for the national aptitude test for architecture is published today on nata.in. The first exam will take place on August 29th. The approval card for the National Aptitude Test for Architecture will be published today; the first exam will take place on August 29th

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  • NATA 2020 | The National Architectural Proficiency Test Approval Card is published today on Nata.in. The first exam will take place on August 29th

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  • Candidates can download the admission card from the nata.in exam portal
  • The second exam date is not yet known, the council will announce the date soon

The Council of Architecture will today issue the National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) certification card due to take place this year. Candidates applying for NATA 2020 can download the admission card from the nata.in exam portal. To download the admission ticket, candidates must go to the login area and log in with their email address and password. The candidates can then download the 2020 admission card approved for the exam.

The first exam will take place on August 29th

Due to Corona, the National Aptitude Test in Architecture will start this time from August 29th. However, the council has not yet provided any information on the date of the second test. According to the council, he will shortly provide information about the exam date. The council had previously scheduled the first audit on August 1st and the second on August 29th. Given the situation and control of Corona across the country, the exam has been postponed and a new date set on July 17th.

Keep these things in mind during the exam

  • Candidates must arrive at the examination center two hours in advance.
  • You must have your entry card and identity card with you.
  • Face masks and gloves must be worn during epidemics.
  • Candidates will be made available at the Hand Sanitizer Examination Center.
  • Candidates are not allowed to carry electronic devices such as cell phones, calculators, etc.

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