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6th December 2010, 06:18 PM
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Alternative ways of studying Architechture and Interior Designing without taking up NATA? Architecture colleges in Bangalore? How to prepare for NATA?


I am interested in architecture and interior designing.
I know i'll have to take up NATA for this ....
i need to know other ways to study architecture and interior designing without taking up NATA...... i live in Bangalore and i'm not willing to study out of Bangalore. can you please inform me about colleges and also how to prepare for NATA??





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11th December 2010, 02:37 PM
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Default Re: Alternative ways of studying Architechture and Interior Designing without taking up NATA? Architecture colleges in Bangalore? How to prepare for NATA?

Well for studing B.Arch or B.Planning in Indian it is necessary to crack NATA for getting into best and good institutes.

However apart from NATA followings are some of the best and famous entrance for getting into B.Arch

1) AIEEE: It is conducting by CBSE, successfully from last 15 years for providing admission into NIT's which are reputed institutes after IIT's. It consists of 2 papers. 1) PCM and 2) An Aptitude Test for Architechture. Students willing to study B.Tech will take 1st paper, while for B.Arch and B.Plan 2nd paper. Facility is also there to appear in both.

2) IITJEE: As we know it is conducted by IIT's for admission to its B.Tech/Integrated B.Tech+M.Tech and Integrated B.sc+M.sc. Students successfully qualifing IITJEE and want admission int B.Arch had to appear for an Aptitude Test for Architechure, whic is conducted generally on 10th june.

3) Apart from these two state governments which conducts ther own engineering entrance also provide admission to B.Arch course if available but apart from there own entrance NATA score is also required.
For Example:- WBJEE is conducted by West Bengal for admission to college in west bengal, so student w illing to study B.Arch has to appear for both WBJEE and NATA.

Generally Students want to avoid NATA because of the 'Drawing Test'. As it is truely difficult if one doesn't pocess good Drawing and colouring/painting skills. However the other part of Aptitude test which consists of MAthematics and architectural awareness etc. are somewhat easier.

So, first of all go to this:- http://www.nata.in/practice/pt1.htm official link of NATA for taking sample aptitude test. I had attached the NATA sample paper for Drawing test that will help you to understand the required drawing skills. Find the attachment below.

Now, for good performance in NATA you are required to develop excellent drawing skills, because competetion is very high and also just drawing concept in not what you need, 3D Drawing is the major thing which you had to develop, and that can only be teach by some good Caoching for NATA or you have to buy NATA Study material from them.
For example:- Architechure Aptitude is online based India's No. 1 Coaching for all the Architechure and design related test. You can find complete detail @ http://architectureaptitude.com/

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11th December 2010, 04:44 PM
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Default Re: Alternative ways of studying Architechture and Interior Designing without taking up NATA? Architecture colleges in Bangalore? How to prepare for NATA?

hi!

If you want to study architecture & do not want to appear in NATA exam then you should appear in other architecture entrance exam like:

AIEEE - The CBSE conducts All India Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE) for admission into various Engineering/Architecture programmes at UG level.

Karnataka CET - Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET) is an entry level test for admission into various programmes in Health Science, Engineering, Technology and Architecture offered by colleges/universities/institutes in Karnataka.

IIT JEE - Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT) Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) is conducted every year for admission into UG programmes in IITs and some other reputed institutes.

Some of the best architecture colleges in bangalore are:

M S Ramaiah Institute of Technology
University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering (UVCE)
RV College of Engineering
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11th December 2010, 09:34 PM
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Default Re: Alternative ways of studying Architechture and Interior Designing without taking up NATA? Architecture colleges in Bangalore? How to prepare for NATA?

1)Architecture and Interior Design with out NATA?

*you can do Bachelor Degree in Interior Design after finishing 12th following are very good university

National Institute Of Fashion Technology, Pune

Institute of Design Engineering & Art, New Delhi

Karavalli College of Interiors, Mangalore

International Institute of Fashion Designing (INIFD)

2)what are the college Architecture in Bangalore ?

*University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering
Janana Bharati Campus,
Bangalore - 560 056.
The Principal

* R. V. College of Engineering
R. V. Vidyaniketan P. O.
Bangalore - 560 059.
The Principal

*Ms Ramaiah Institute of Tech.
Vidya Soudha, Gokula Extn. Post.
Bangalore- 560 054.
The Principal

*Bangalore Institute of Technology
K. R. Road, Visveswarapuram,
Bangalore - 560 004.
The Principal

*Dayananda Sagar College of Engg.
Shavige Malleswara Hills, Kankapura Road,
South - End of Jayanagar,
Bangalore - 560 078.
The Principal

* BMS College of Engineering
P. B. No. 1908,
Bangalore - 560 019.
The Principal

3)how to prepare for NATA?

The exam will be of 3 hrs. One has to clear the NATA eligibility criteria before applying. The test is divided into 2 sections.

Drawing Test : It is paper based & is of 2 hrs. duration. It is judged on the aspects like sense of perspective drawing, ability to sketch a given object proportionately, creating interesting 2-D composition using given shapes & forms, understanding of scales & proportions, visualizing & drawing the effects of light on the object & shadows cast on surroundings, combining & composing given 3-D elements to form a building or structural form, creating visual harmony using colors in given composition and drawing from memory through pencil sketch on themes from day to day experiences.
Aesthetic Sensitivity Test : It is a computer based online test of 1 hr. duration. It is judged on aspects like visualizing different sides of 3-D dimensional objects, analytical reasoning, imaginative comprehension & expression, visualizing 3-D objects from 2-D drawings, identifying commonly used materials & objects based on their textual qualities, mental ability and architectural awareness.

Best of luck
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hi i'm doing 1st year viscom and i need to do architecture....as i'm doing my college i couldnt go for any classes..but i wanna prepare for nata o my own....i need some reference books .......can u please send me the names of the books that ll help me .please?????
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i want to know about MHCET entrance exam ? it is conducted only for architecture or also for engineering? pls reply the answer and i have not got the answers of my previously asked questions.... i hav asked abt the mathematics pattrn for aieee B.Arch & nata exam & which book we cn refer for both the exams & i want to know abt cept exam also........
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i have done b. com. from rajasthan university. now i want to take architecture degree from best college. can i elegible for this
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can i do interior designing after completing architecture?is it worth to do that or shall i do only interior designing/architecture?which all exams do i have to give to enter into an architectural college and an interior designing college?is it better to do architecture/interior designing through science stream/arts stream?what are the degrees required to become a good interior designer?are there any degree colleges for I.D in India?which books/t.v channels should i read/watch to develop(increase) an interest in architecture/interior designing?approximately after how many years can build buildings(etc.) after completing my architectural study or open my own office of interior designing? I would be really thankful if you would ans. all my question.
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I am intersted in interior design course. I am living in Nepal. I have passed s.l.c. join Blue Bird College and I am reading management there. How can i join interior design course?
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Is NATA necessary for architectur which entrance exam is offered by government of MAHARASHTRA & architectur colleges in PUNE
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what is the fee structure for architecture for all semesters and other overhead expenses related to that?
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hi i want to make in interier designing bt i dnt know about the collge,intrence exam and fee
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The general fee structure is the same across colleges in Bangalore. It is 1.5 lakh annually. I suggest you give me a call on my mobile number for further queries.

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im an NRI.. and im interested in doing Architecture with Interior designing..
is NATA mandatory to give for this?
and how many years for, is this course?
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when is the last date to apply for nata exam?is there any nata exam centres nearby mangalore or in mangalore?
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I am interested in architecture and interior designing.
I know i'll have to take up NATA for this ....
i need to know other ways to study architecture and interior designing without taking up NATA...... i live in Bangalore and i'm not willing to study out of Bangalore. can you please inform me about colleges and also how to prepare for NATA??
even i want to do the same ,,so pls if u find any details let me know

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My name is Roshan i have diploma in architecture i am planning to do my barch in correspondence or in government colleges where fees will be low
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I am interested in architecture and interior designing.
I know i'll have to take up NATA for this ....
i need to know other ways to study architecture and interior designing without taking up NATA...... i live in Bangalore and i'm not willing to study out of Bangalore. can you please inform me about colleges and also how to prepare for NATA??
NATA or JEE only way to get B.arch seat in India. By answering both exams you can get seat even outside karnataka. RV, bms are good colleges in bangalore. Talk to DQlabs counsellors , they will guide you
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