"The building of a career is quite as difficult a problem as the building of a house, yet few ever sit down with pencil and paper, with expert information and counsel, to plan a working career and deal with the life problem scientifically, as they would deal with the problem of building a house, taking the advice of an architect to help them."
Careers in architecture offer young professionals a life of discovery, growth and personal development. An architectural education sets in motion a life-long learning process! Architecture is a career for people who love their work and a “job” is not their goal. This is so because as a follower in the studio young architects become leaders on site where drawings are transformed into reality and in society where they have a special lean on eternity.
V SPARC | the VIT School of Architecture offers a five year study programme which aims at graduating students into fully equipped professionals ready for real-world challenges.
B. Arch programme at VIT - Vellore campus comes with a new proposition, for the students who are aspiring to become Architects that their course is going to mould them to handle real-life situation during their studies itself through many inter-linked mentoring workshops with Professional Architects who will get them equipped with skills and knowledge that maketh a good Architect.
There are student exchange programmes with leading universities from Europe, USA, Australia and from Asia. We have eminent architects who will facilitate an Architectural Evolution made possible within 5 years of your commitment to VIT Vellore. Please check the salient features of the course and the curriculum and syllabus for more clarity.
The NATA (National Aptitude Test in Architecture) is a national level aptitude test organized by Council of Architecture. This exam is organized for those aspirants looking for admission in architecture courses like B.Arch offered by top institutions of the country including our VIT. This test measures the aptitude of the candidate for the field of architecture.
The National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) measures the aptitude of the applicant for specific field of study, i.e. Architecture. The test measures drawing and observation skills, sense of proportion, aesthetic sensitivity and critical thinking ability that have been acquired over a long period of time, and that are related to specific field of study, i.e. Architecture.
Applicants seeking admissions for B.Arch in VIT, Vellore campus should qualify through NATA. Please refer the website www.nata.in. for filling NATA online application. NATA score card is must for admission in B.Arch. programme.
NATA 2021 Important Dates (Tentative)
Applicants aspiring for admission to B.Arch can check NATA 2021 important dates refer the website for updated details.
|Nationality||Resident Indian National / Non Resident Indian National|
|Mode||Regular, Full Time and Formal Education|
|Eligibility in the Qualifying Examination||
Selection is based on merit. Marks secured in higher secondary school examination and eligible NATA score.
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There is no printed OMR application.
Steps to be followed
|Issue of Application form (online)||19 March, 2021|
|Last date to apply online||05 August, 2021|
|Last date to upload documents||07 August, 2021|
|Results||11 August, 2021|
|Advance Fee payment/Full Fee payment||15 August, 2021|
|Balance Fee Payment||20 August, 2021|
|Commencement (Tentatively)||13 September, 2021|
Studio: Architectural Studio is a unique feature in Architectural studies and its memory will remain forever for every Architecture student undergoing B.Arch Program. As it is evident that a student gets a hands on skill, working through the course, his expertise and skills are developed on the drawing board, where he does the work such as drawings or making models or doing his art works. For all these different types of works, an Architecture Student has his own space within the class room that is his own creative 'Den' which facilitates that growth from a novice into a graduate in Architecture. This space is more often collectively is called as the Studio from the early 1900s, since the inception of Architecture studies and curriculum.
Classrooms: The classrooms are well designed rooms that incorporate everything needed for a pleasant learning atmosphere. The wide spacious classrooms contain a white board and also a projector that is used for teaching so a professor can switch to different modes of teaching as and when required so the teaching isn’t monotonous and the lectures are put across in the best way possible. This hi-tech equipment enables our faculty to conduct classes in a way that enable students to make use of every available resource from one point at the click of a button. These classrooms are also often used for seminars and events from time to time.
Upload the required documents mentioned below on the application portal (within the prescribed date and time ) Otherwise your application form will be rejected.
Applicants can view the result from website
The following documents in original are required to be submitted for verification at the time of Admission: