Hello students! Heartiest congratulations to those students who completed their 12th Boards successfully but confused and thinking about what’s next? Hope you all are doing really great. Now, after your schooling, a new phase of your life opens up. The decisions you take after your 12th decides your way of career because how much fruitful you want to make your life depends on the decision you make today regarding your upcoming phase of life. A basic question raises in everyone’s life like what to do after 12th? Everyone feels confused about the streams to choose and the career to opt because it’s not a matter of compassion. You have to think carefully about your interest areas with a calm mind. Today, in this blog, I am going to discourse about the Architecture course i.e “B.Arch” and it is termed as Bachelor of Architecture.
What is B.Arch & How to go for it ?
If you are keenly interested in drawing and sketching and want to hold this for your future, then B. Arch is the best-suited course for you. To get admission in any of the top ranking colleges, you need to crack an entrance exam called “NATA”. In this entrance exam, you have to showcase your drawing and sketching diplomacy to get a good score in this exam but to appear for this course, you must have scored at least 70% in your 12th Boards because your college allocation will depend on 50% of your 12th score and 50% of your entrance exam score. The Council of Architecture conducts this entrance exam every year under the name “National Aptitude Test in Architecture”.
Pattern of the Question Paper –
After enrolling for the entrance test, the council of architecture will provide you a booklet containing all the rules and regulations of the exam because you have to follow the rules strictly while appearing for the exam. You will get a random date and center to appear in the exam. After the verification process, you will be allowed to sit on your provided desk with your stationary stuff but you are not allowed to take any other thing in the examination hall. In your question paper, you will see 2 to 3 questions of 50 marks. The major portion of the question paper consists of practical drawing. The basic motive of this test is to check one’s drawing skills and perspective.