The NATA 2021 threshold corresponds to the minimum scores that candidates must achieve to take the exam. This exam is administered by the Council of Architecture (COA). This exam is administered by the authority to allow candidates’ admission to undergraduate architecture courses (B.Arch).
There are various colleges and institutes in India that allow applicants to take Undergraduate Architecture (B.Arch) courses by NATA exam. Each year, many candidates can take the exam to complete their budding programs.
Through this article, applicants will get detailed information on NATA, including cutting and cutting notes from NATA from the previous year.
NATA 2021 Cut Off
On the official website of the Council of Architecture, the NATA thresholds will be published online. Cut scores are the minimum qualifying scores, which applicants must bring and will be posted in June.
Some universities and institutions provide the open and close range based on applicants who will be admitted to their applicant programs.
The result of NATA 2021 will be reported online in the first week of May 2021. It will only be posted online on the website. Applicants will receive their NATA 2021 scorecard by entering their application number and password.
NATA 2021 Score Card
The NATA scorecard will be declared through online mode, and the NATA 2021 scorecard will be announced in the third week of May 2021 (for the first session) and the last week of July 2021 (for the second session).
Candidates can verify their results and remove the hard copy of the result and the scorecard for future use.
NATA 2021 Counseling
The authority will carry out the NATA advisory procedure after the result’s declaration, and there will be no joint advisory conduct for applicants for admission to B.Arch courses. Based on the NATA score, applicants must participate in the counseling procedure.
Applicants must bring the required documents to the counseling center and must adhere to the schedule.
Previous Year Cut Off
There is the previous year cut off marks for NATA Examination has mentioned below for candidates.
|Examination||Minimum Percentage||Total Marks|
|MCQ section||At least 25% (total 30 marks)||120|
|Drawing section||At least 25% (total 20 marks)||80|
|Qualifying exam||50% marks||–|
There is various colleges’ last rank, and merit marks have given below.
|College||Category||Maximum Rank||Merit Marks|
|M.S. University of Baroda- Department of Architecture||General (Gujarat board)||10044||72.4|
|SC (Gujarat board)||10337||64.23|
|ST (Gujarat board)||11132||54.66|
|SEBC (Gujarat board)||10152||68.05|
|CEPT University- Faculty of Architecture||General (Gujarat board)||10026||74.05|
|SC (Gujarat board)||10222||66.69|
|ST (Gujarat board)||11451||51.30|
|SEBC (Gujarat board)||10264||65.78|
|Sarvajanik College of Engineering and Technology||General (Gujarat board)||10151||68.05|
|SC (Gujarat board)||11607||48.90|
|ST (Gujarat board)||11668||47.42|
|SEBC (Gujarat board)||10460||62.25|
|Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Institute of Technology||General (Gujarat board)||10205||62.95|
|SC (Gujarat board)||10611||60.15|
|ST (Gujarat board)||11628||48.46|
|SEBC (Gujarat board)||10813||57.90|
|Vadodara Design Academy, School of Architecture||General (Gujarat board)||10708||59.2|
|SC (Gujarat board)||11615||48.68|