NATA 2020: ‘Less than 1% of students faced glitches’

A total of 30,000 candidates had registered for the National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA). The online aptitude test is conducted for admission to five-year B Arch degree programmes offered by 465 institutes.

Some aspirants and parents raised questions on social media on the credibility and sanctity of the exam taken from home. Raj Oberoi, registrar, CoA, said one candidate had been found impersonating. “Action was taken immediately. Any kind of unfair means is unacceptable,” Oberoi said.

Many students took to social media highlighting the technical glitches. At one of the examination centres in Aligarh, candidates could not take all the questions due to a power cut soon after the test began. Oberoi admitted that there were technical glitches. “Less than 1% of the candidates faced technical issues and that is being looked into by the committee,” he added.




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