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What is the eligibility for barch


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RE: What is the eligibility for barch

Rahul Sharma
Rahul Sharma

For making career in the Architecture field you need to prepare for JEE Main and Advanced Paper 2 specially conducted for students aspiring career in the architecture field

You can check out JEE Main Paper 2 Cutoff from here 

JEE Main Paper 2 is for the best options availing  in the Architecture 

The Exam is Conducted by Cebtral Board of Secondary Education

The paper pattern is 

Math- 30 Questions

Apti- 50 Questions

Drawing -2 Questions

The Duration of Exams is 3 hrs

 

 

RE: What is the eligibility for barch

Daksh Ahuja
Daksh Ahuja

Hi

Eligibility for B.Arch in most of the top universities is pass with 60% aggregate marks in 10+2 (with English and Maths) or Diploma (any stream) (3 years) recognized by Central/ State Govt. (with Mathematics), subject to qualifying marks as per NATA 2018 or qualifying marks in any specially designed aptitude test in Architecture conducted by the competent authority of the Central/ State Governments (as/ if allowed by statutory body for 2018-19), e.g. JEE (Main) Paper II. 

It will be advisable if you do your degree from a well known university that provides prime placement opportunity, outstanding industrial exposure and professional enhancement training. I would advice you to check the affiliation of the university, providing you extraordinary learning environment, well qualified faculty, best placement opportunity. You must make sure that you are enrolling yourself in a premium university that provides you access to ample growth opportunities.

Some of them are Lovely Professional University, J.J School of architecture, Mumbai, School of Planning and Architecture (SPA), New Delhi, CEPT University etc. Few of these universities provides extensive learning programs and exposure to the students. They also provide worthy scholarships to its students depending upon the entrance test taken of the university or board result. These universities also offer various skill development programs, professional enhancement training and outstanding exposure to its students.

I hope it helps.

RE: What is the eligibility for barch

Daksh Ahuja
Daksh Ahuja

Hi

Eligibility for B.Arch in most of the top universities is pass with 60% aggregate marks in 10+2 (with English and Maths) or Diploma (any stream) (3 years) recognized by Central/ State Govt. (with Mathematics), subject to qualifying marks as per NATA 2018 or qualifying marks in any specially designed aptitude test in Architecture conducted by the competent authority of the Central/ State Governments (as/ if allowed by statutory body for 2018-19), e.g. JEE (Main) Paper II. 

It will be advisable if you do your degree from a well known university that provides prime placement opportunity, outstanding industrial exposure and professional enhancement training. I would advice you to check the affiliation of the university, providing you extraordinary learning environment, well qualified faculty, best placement opportunity. You must make sure that you are enrolling yourself in a premium university that provides you access to ample growth opportunities.

Some of them are Lovely Professional University, J.J School of architecture, Mumbai, School of Planning and Architecture (SPA), New Delhi, CEPT University etc. Few of these universities provides extensive learning programs and exposure to the students. They also provide worthy scholarships to its students depending upon the entrance test taken of the university or board result. These universities also offer various skill development programs, professional enhancement training and outstanding exposure to its students.

I hope it helps.

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