A layman's perspective to the framework of Architecture

Within a 'concrete jungle' where the world is covered with 'buildings', it becomes important to acknowledge the need of 'smart' and creative architects, who not only build structures but alternatively would lay the basis to future.

To provide to the need of providing more and more architects to the globe, Architectural schools have recently been set up to guide and develop students in the field

The two tests, JEE Mains paper2 or maybe the JEE B. Arc paper and NATA are two tests taken by Indian students in order to apply for accès at different architectural institutions like NIT, IIT and other private institutes.

Whilst both exams are more or less evaluating the same skill sets, there are a few items of difference based on:

Who takes test?

The JEE B. Arch newspaper is conducted by CBSE while Council of Buildings conducts NATA. It can be generally believed that JEE Droit is more difficult than NATA (but it still requires continuous efforts and hard work from students to crack either of the tests)

When it is taken?

Earlier, NATA was supposed to be taken on dates particular by the test taker, but since 2016, the test has been planned to be on just one day for everyone. Previous year it was on 17th April, while this year it would be conducted on 29th of April.

The dates for JEE Mains paper2 continue to be just like the times for JEE Mains paper1, which is generally the first two weeks of April.

Who accepts the scores? Where can you apply with either ratings?

The difference in app of scores is quite simply like the difference between the state held access tests like KCET and country wide level access exams like the JEE.

However, NATA is the national level access exam but accepts the fact students into colleges that are NOT centrally financed i. e. colleges like the NITs would not accept your application although you may get a good credit score in NATA.

Some self-funded universities and colleges may have their own access test too.

Important thing being

JEE paper 2 results = NITs, IITs

NATA scores= Rest of the Acadamies

How the testing are structured?

The two tests are structured in different ways. While NATA is both online and offline structured exam, JEE Mains Paper2 is an offline test.

The NATA is divided into two parts: Attracting and Aptitude Test. Although the former is an offline test, these is an online one based upon MCQs, with no negative marking. The two parts valued for 200 signifies.

Unlike NATA, JEE Droits Paper 2 is a complete offline exam with the MCQs being in a negative way marked for every single incorrect option.

While JEE has 3 sections including Math(like newspaper 1, same degree of difficulty), Aptitude(logical reasoning) and Pulling, NATA has only two sections Maths and standard aptitude and Drawing. The three sections make an overall total of 390 marks.

The division of questions goes like:


Maths - 30 Question - 4 marks each (-1 for wrong answers) - 120 marks
Aptitude - 50 Question - 4 marks each (-1 for wrong answers) - 2 hundred marks
Drawing - 3 Questions - 20+20+30 represents - 70 signifies


Maths and Aptitude - 60 Issue ( 20 maths & 40 Aptitude ) - no negative marking -120 marks | Difficulty Rating - 5/10 (Maths), six. 5/10(Aptitude)
Drawing - 2 Question - 40 signifies each - 80 signifies | Difficulty Score - 8. 5/10

The syllabi for the two checks are present on their websites.

People generally say that the level of Maths for NATA is generally low than for JEE but it just isn't true. Both the checks have the same syllabus for Maths section, while JEE paper may have more give attention to maths as they have a distinct section to it.

Therefore both the National level 3 hours' tests are quite different from the other person in the way they are conducted, who conducts them to who accepts their scores.

They are like two faces to the same coin, each significant on its own yet can't face each other.

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