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National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) 2024

NATA Eligibility Criteria 2024 - Academic Qualification and Age Limit

NATA 2024 Eligibility Criteria

The students should be well aware of the candidate eligibility for the NATA 2024 entrance exam. These are the criteria which will help the authorities to select the students who have the right eligibility for preparing for the exam. Eligibility criteria depend on various aspects of a candidate. Here are the important eligibility criteria of the students for NATA 2024 entrance examination.



AGE To sit for NATA 2024 entrance exam, each and every candidate needs to be at least of 17 years of age.
EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION The candidates should have passed the 10+2 board examination with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as the compulsory subjects with a minimum of 50% mark obtained in aggregate.
QUALIFYING MARKS The candidates belonging to the general category must have a minimum aggregate of 50% marks and students of reserved categories must have 45% marks in their qualifying examination of 10 + 2 examinations.
EXAM ATTEMPTS No limit has been put on the total number of attempts for the NATA examination. But any institution do not prefer candidates who have attempted the examination from more than two times already.
NATIONALITY Candidates should be from the states and Union territories of Indian subcontinent to sit for the NATA 2024 exam.
DOMICILE The students should belong to any of the states of India must have fulfilled the above-mentioned eligibility.

So here are the important eligibility criteria for the candidates who are willing to sit for the NATA 2024 exam. The students should thoroughly match all the eligibility criteria so that they can continue with the other formalities of the examination. Without the right match in the eligibility criteria, a student may face difficulties in completing the overall process of the entrance exam. Regarding any queries of the eligibility criteria, the students can contact the NATA authorities immediately.