BENGALURU: The revised results of National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) have been announced by the Council of Architecture (COA), but they haven’t enthused all. While candidates who had earlier scored zero in the drawing paper have received more marks, those who had secured less than 20 (out of 80) have not seen any major change.
Complaints against glitches in NATA had not only brought the test under scanner but had also forced the Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) to postpone the document verification process as part of CET counselling. Many students who had scored zero in the drawing paper had cried foul as it threatened to mar their prospects during CET counselling.
NATA tested aspirants on aptitude (120 marks) and drawing (80). A candidate needs to score 20 out of 80 to qualify in the drawing paper.