B.Arch TCE Madurai
First of all in highly benefited in being a member and student of TICF.Before AIPMT the advices to face the exam and advices to time keep up is highly useful.'Even a simplest things in subject is also a must' is the one necessary for success is accepted by me only because of the classes is attended in TICF.I learnt how to face the entrance exams from chezhiyan sir's greatest experience.Each and every sort of doubts is clearly explained and learnt in the classes.'Every student is a teacher' in TICF is very effective,because we should be through to clear other doubts.On the hole TICF classes are very Effective,Excellent,Incorrigible..,
The candidate should register in India. while registering he has to give the test from any of the Test centres of their choice in India. The eligibility for NATA remains same. Admission will be given by the respective admission authorities according to the rules for NRIs.
There is no limit in the Number of attempts for taking the NATA test. But the mark list will show the average of marks scored by the student in his last attempt and his previous valid score.
Do not apply for NATA unless you receive the scorecard of your previous NATA attempt, if you attended the previous.
supplied at the Test Center. Mechanical pencils are not permitted.
Set of colours (Water/ Poster colours, crayons, pastels) with appropriate instruments (Brushes, dish, etc.)
Geometry instrument box
Blue ink pen / Blue ink ball point pen
No. The stdent will have to register in India and give the test from any of the designated Test centres of his / her choice in India. The qualification process for giving NATA stands the same. Admission will be given by the respective admission authorities according to the rules laid down by it for students of such category.
Yes, the Non-Resident Indians - NRIs can apply for NATA in India.