NATA Results 2021 To Be Declared On April 14, Check details here

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NATA Results 2021 To Be Declared On April 14

NATA Result 2021 Date Announced: On April 14, the National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) 2021 results are scheduled to be released by the Council of Architecture (CoA). The test took place on April 10th. NATA 2021 was held in 196 locations across India and in Dubai, Qatar, Oman, and Kuwait for candidates seeking admission to the first year of a five-year B.Arch. degree program. Candidates will be able to download the NATA 2021 first exam result from the official website,, once it is published. On April 14, the Council of Architecture (COA) is scheduled to release the NATA Results 2021. Check out the steps to download as well as the full info here.

How do I get the NATA 2021 Results?

  1. Visit for more information.
  2. Click the connection that says 'NATA 2021 Result' on the homepage.
  3. Fill in your login details.
  4. Your NATA 2021 Results will appear on the screen.
  5. Take a printout of it after downloading it.

15,000 candidates predict a better result: According to the official notice, a total of 15066 candidates applied for the First Test, with 14130 of them taking the test. On June 12, the Council of Architecture (CoA) will perform the second NATA 2021 test. Students who were unable to take the first test due to unforeseen circumstances related to the Covid-19 pandemic or who wish to boost their scores will apply for the Second Test, which will be held on June 12th, 2021, according to the official notice.

Candidates who are dissatisfied with their performance will request that their response sheets be scrutinized and/or reviewed. To apply for scrutiny or review, they will have to pay a fee of Rs 3,000. "For this process, the applicant must fill out an online form and pay online within three days of receiving the results. Further demands will not be entertained "The official notice reads as follows: The NATA 2021 scorecard will include information such as the candidate's name, parent's name, gender, rank, date of birth, roll number, marks earned in each segment, and qualifying status.

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