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16:27

FAST TRACK NATA & JEE PAPER 2 B.ARCH COACHING

Fast Track And Short Term Coaching Classes for B.Arch #JEE Paper II & #NATA Examination & UCEED, NID, NIFT 

FAST TRACK  #JEE 2 & #NATA COACHING 2023

WE BOAST OF 100% SUCCESS IN THE PAST 10+ YEARS.
SMALL BATCH SIZES ( 10-12) HELP US TO ACHIEVE THIS SUCCESS RATE.
STARTING DATE : CUSTOMISED SESSIONS ARE AVAILABLE TO JOIN ANYTIME AS PER STUDENT'S CONVINIENCE
ADDRESS: BY APPOINTMENT & REGISTRATION ONLY- 9818541252 ( CR PARK & GK2 , NEW DELHI )

           
SYLLABUS COVERED:

NATA (National Aptitude Test For Architecture)

• Diagrammatic Reasoning – Tests the ability of logical reasoning, using diagrams and scenarios

• Numerical Reasoning – Tests mathematical ability through simple problems

• Verbal Reasoning – Assesses the ability to assess verbal logic.

• Inductive Reasoning – Tests the ability to see patterns and analyse given data

• Situational Judgment – Tests problem-solving ability.

• Logical Reasoning – Tests ability to recognise patterns, sequences or relationships between shapes and imagery.

• Abstract Reasoning – Will assess general knowledge, and ability to utilise knowledge in new situations.

Preparation for Questions that could be asked in various topics that assess candidates on basic concepts in mathematics, physics and chemistry, language and interpretation, elements and principles of design, aesthetic sensitivity, colour theory, lateral thinking and logical reasoning, visual perception and cognition, graphics and imagery, building anatomy and architectural vocabulary, basic techniques of building construction and knowledge of material, general knowledge and current affairs, etc. and are may not be limited to those outlined.

Full Preparation for JEE Paper 2 (B.Arch) [Mathematics, Architecture Aptitude & Visual Aptitude]

Architecture Aptitude Test for IITs ( Join us once you have cleared JEE Paper-1 & JEE Advanced )  


METHODS USED FOR SUCCESS APART FROM REGULAR SYLLABUS:

  • DESIGNTHINKING ( STANFORD METHOD)
  • MIND MAPS FOR ALL TOPICS
  • SPECIAL MUSIC THERAPY FOR 3 DAYS FOR STRESS RELIEF, RELAXATION , MEMORY ENHANCEMENT, ENHANCED COMPREHENSIVE ABILITIES AND SPEED READING.















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19:29

Taking A Design Brief For Interior Design


(This has been written from the point of view of the Client; you can modify the questions from your viewpoint , that is, questions that you will ask the client as a designer)
Here are some things for you to think about:
Kitchen
-          Who is the main cook and what sort of cooking do they like to do? (baking, stir-fry etc)

-          What sort of small appliances do you need to house?

-          How much storage will you need for china, plastics and cutlery? just to name a few

-          Will you entertain in the kitchen area? Do you need seating?

-          What oven, hob, dishwasher and fridge do you want to include?

-          Do you want a wine fridge?

-          What kind of lighting you will need

-          Bench top materials and heights

-          Floor to ceiling cabinetry or more modular

-          Styles - traditional, contemporary or art deco, etc.

Bathrooms

-          Do you want to incorporate a bathtub?

-          Will your children mainly be using a particular bathroom?

-          Will there be a specific guest bathroom or toilet?

-          Average or large size shower area?

-          Heights of the main people using the shower

-          Storage needed for towels and personal effects including hair dryers, GHD’s and shavers

-          Make-up lighting

And the big one...VENTILATION
Laundry

-          Who is the main person using this space?

-          Do you intend to iron in the laundry?

-          What size will your washer and dryer be

-          Storage needed for cleaning supplies and linen

-          Good access to the outside

-          Would you like a drying cupboard?

Rest of the interior

-          Do you need a lot of storage for children’s toys and personal effects?
-          Who are the main users of each space? For example, the formal living room may only be used by adults,whereas the dining and living area is for the whole family
-          How much entertaining do you do?
-          What sort of feel do you want each room to have? Luxurious, comfortable, relaxed, formal and the list goes on
-          Any inside pets?

Exterior
-          Is anyone in your family allergic to certain plants?
-          Do you want low care/easy maintenance or do you enjoy gardening?
-          Will you spend a fair bit of time outside? Will you entertain in the space?
-          What sort of BBQ area do you want?
-          Is there, or will there be a pool?
-          Do you have any pets?
-          Will you need a children’s play area?

There is so much more that could be added to this list; however we could be discussing this all day.  When I meet my clients I have a list of comprehensive questions that I go through.  I always ask my client to do some research on the things they like and more importantly what they don’t like.  This isn’t an expensive exercise as a lot of it can be done through the internet these days, and having visuals with you when you discuss your design brief, will help you to explain what look you are after to your designer.

A good designer will take your brief and come up with a plan that will see it come alive.  They also will ensure that colours and materials will add to the structure of your home, depending on its style.

Happy briefing.


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  • NID ENTRANCE EXAM COACHING 
  • NIFT ENTRANCE EXAM COACHING 
  • CEED & NID MASTERS EXAM PREPARATION 
  • PORTFOLIO FOR ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN STUDIES ABROAD
  • DIPLOMA IN CAD DRAFTING AND DESIGNING
  • INTERIOR STYLING AND FASHION STYLING CLASSES

12:46

B.Arch and M.Arch Portfolio Making

M.Arch Portfolio Creation 

Portfolio Creation Classes for B.Arch, B.Des, M.Arch, M.Des, Interior Design, Fashion Design, Product Design Graduates / Students

Portfolios preparation help is provided for admissions into Architecture, Design  and Art schools for Undergraduate  programs abroad for Class XI & Class XII students.

We also help the students of 3rd/ 4th/ 5th year of Architecture and Interior Design to select their best work for internship and job portfolios. Further help is provided to setup and arrange the portfolio in an aesthetic manner for presentation to various organisations for job or further studies (M.Arch / M.Des)

The students are given classes as per their requirement to curate the portfolio according to the requirement of the recruiter ( internship or job) or the college (M.Arch / M.Des).




Call Creative Sciences at 9818541252 for appointment & counselling.

Address ( By appointment only)
H 1482, 1ST FLOOR
CHITTARANJAN PARK
NEAR GK2
NEW DELHI

b.arch M.Arch Portfolio Creation Designers


  • Portfolio submission is a mandatory component of the graduation process for all architecture and design courses. 
  • Creative Sciences offers a course for ‘Portfolio Creation’ which is an intensive visualisation skill based course that requires dedication and commitment on part of the student. 
  • This course aims to develop the student’s ability to communicate their ideas, thoughts and feelings about their ‘Design field’ in a visual form.
  • The Design portfolio is not simply a collection of your work. Rather, it is a personal statement of creative ability and design thinking. The portfolio is a self-presentation tool that creatively communicates your ‘Design Outlook’ and the level of development through a variety of media and skill sets. The portfolio should include a selection of design works and at-least one example of the development of design work in the area of your expertise ( architecture, interior, fashion, product, interaction etc design).
  • Please remember that there is no typical model portfolio. You must remember that the reviewer is curious to see your best work and will make decision based on the creative display.
  • You should never copy other people’s work and involve yourselves in any unethical practice  and plagiarism.
#M.ARCH #PORTFOLIO
15:59

NATA B.ARCH SYLLABUS AND PATTERN


NATA  Syllabus: 

Outline of Aptitude Test

The aptitude test of NATA may comprise questions of Multiple-Choice type (MCQ), Multiple Select type (MSQ), Preferential Choice type (PCQ) and Numerical Answer type (NAQ) and Match the following type (MFQ)

The questions will carry 1 mark, 2 marks or 3 marks and 125 questions have to be answered in 180 minutes.

The medium of Aptitude test will be essentially English language. Some questions may be in regional languages also.

The aptitude of the candidate will be assessed using some or all of the following techniques:

• Diagrammatic Reasoning – Tests the ability of logical reasoning, using diagrams and scenarios

• Numerical Reasoning – Tests mathematical ability through simple problems 

• Verbal Reasoning – Assesses the ability to assess verbal logic.

• Inductive Reasoning – Tests the ability to see patterns and analyse given data

• Situational Judgment – Tests problem-solving ability.

• Logical Reasoning – Tests ability to recognise patterns, sequences or relationships between shapes and imagery.

• Abstract Reasoning – Will assess general knowledge, and ability to utilise knowledge in new situations.

Questions could be asked in various topics that assess candidates on basic concepts in mathematics, physics and geometry, language and interpretation, elements and principles of design, aesthetic sensitivity, colour theory, lateral thinking and logical reasoning, visual perception and cognition, graphics and imagery, building anatomy and architectural vocabulary, basic techniques of building construction and knowledge of material, general knowledge and current affairs, etc. and are may not be limited to those outlined.



Drawing Test

The drawing aptitude is judged on the following aspects -
 Ability to sketch a given object proportionately and rendering the same in visually appealing manner;
 Visualising and drawing the effects of light on the object and shadows cast on surroundings;
 Sense of perspective drawing;
 Combining and composing given three dimensional elements to form a building or structural form;
 Creating interesting two dimensional composition using given shapes and forms;
 Creating visual harmony using colours in given composition;
 Understanding of scale and proportions;
 Drawing from memory through pencil sketch on themes from day to day experiences.

The Answer to each question in the 'drawing' paper will be examined by more than one examiner independently and the marks will be averaged. The primary emphasis in scoring the drawing section will be on the candidate's drawing, imagination and observation skills. The candidate's sense of proportion and perspective will also be evaluated together with sense for colour and composition.



DRAWING TEST

Understanding of scale and proportion of objects, geometric composition, shape, building forms and elements, aesthetics, colour texture, harmony and contrast. Conceptualization and Visualization through structuring objects in memory. Drawing of patterns - both geometrical and abstract. Form transformations in 2D and 3D like union, subtraction, rotation, surfaces and volumes. Generating plan, elevation and 3D views of objects. Creating 2D and 3D compositions using given shape and forms. Perspective drawing, Sketching of urban scape and landscape, Common day-to-day life objects like furniture, equipment etc., from memory.
nata drawing 2020


Procedures to be followed in the Examination

Candidates must bring with them:
i. Downloaded Admit Card of NATA.
ii. Original Proof of Identity- Aadhar/ Passport/ Driving License/ Voter ID.
iii. Pen, pencils, eraser, color pencils (No water/oil color or crayon). Instruments of any kind including scale are not permitted.
iv. Candidates may bring with them a cardboard or a clip board on which nothing should be written, so that they have no difficulty in taking the drawing test even if the tables provided in the examination room/hall do have smooth surface.



20:49

UCEED COURSE DETAILS

UCEED QUESTION PAPER

• There will be ONE question paper of total 3 hours duration.

• The question paper will be in English.

• The question paper will carry a total of 300 marks.

• The question paper will consist of two parts: Part-A and Part-B. It is compulsory to attempt

questions from both the parts.

Details from both the parts are given below:

Part-A (Total marks: 240 marks; Maximum time: 2 hours 30 mins)

• Part-A of the question paper will be administered through a computer based test.

• Part-A of the question paper will consist of 3 sections.

Section 1: NAT (Numerical Answer Type): 18 questions (4 marks for correct answer ; no negative

marks). For these questions, the answer is a number that needs to be entered using a virtual

keyboard in the computer screen. No choices will be shown for these questions.

Section 2: MSQ (Multiple Select Question): 18 questions (4 marks each only if all correct answers are

entered; 0.19 negative marks for any incorrect answer). Each MSQ has one or more correct answer(s) out of the four given choices.

Section 3: MCQ (Multiple Choice Question): 32 questions (3 marks each for the correct answer; 0.71

negative marks for incorrect answers). Each MCQ has four choices out of which only one is the

correct answer.

Part-B (Total marks: 60 marks; Maximum time: 30 mins)

• Part-B consists of one question that is aimed at testing the candidate’s drawing skills which will

require subjective evaluation. The question in Part-B will be displayed on the computer screen and

the answer has to be written/drawn in the answer book provided by the invigilator only. In case of

PwD candidates availing the use of a scribe, assistance in attempting Part-B is not permitted, due to

the nature of the question and evaluation of a candidate’s drawing skill.

• Part-B answer booklets will be collected at the end of the examination.

• Part-B question is mandatory.

• The entire paper (both Part-A and Part-B) must be finished within stipulated time

UCEED QUESTION PAPER 2021 (CLICK ON THIS LINK)

UCEED QUESTION PAPER 2022 (CLICK ON THIS LINK)

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11:38

Interior Styling Online Short Course


Institute: Institute Of Creative Sciences
Taught by: Dr Anindita Roy
Course : Interior Styling

Description

Interior stylists work across a variety of projects from residential interiors to commercial projects such as restaurants, hotels and show homes. Their skills can take them into other areas such as displays for homeware retailers, interior photo shoots and event styling.

Interior styling is the art of curating furnishings, textures, finishes, lighting and accessories, amongst a plethora of contemporary and antique products. Pleasing aesthetics, functional design and sustainability will be the core.

It is a useful skill for interior designers, as well as being a stand-alone career in  the media, property, and design sectors.

This course provides a 5 Week introduction to interior styling's visual principles, materials and their application.

Topics covered

·         You will be set a variety of  skills based projects.
·         There will be lectures on styling methods and techniques.
·         You will be asked to interpret a brief, develop a concept, and present it for feedback and discussion each week
·         We will look at how to keep informed of trends and place to look for trend inspiration.
·         We will also look at styling compositions and arrangements leading to a room set design.
·         We will look at how to style furniture, soft furnishings, flowers and foliage, patterns, paint, vases, ornaments, lighting, room layout and more.
·         You will practice photography for interior styling, and learn the importance of social media for stylists.
·         Considerations for working as a freelancer will be introduced in the final session and materials supplied to help you to develop your skills base.

Outcomes

The course aims to introduce you to the important principles of spatial composition and design in order to make your own choices and propose your own interior styling solutions. By the end you should gain a better understanding of interior styling and be able to apply this to your own projects.

Who is Interior Styling (Online Short Course) for?

This online interior design course is ideal for:

·         Interior designers with an interest in developing interior styling skills.
·         Individuals looking for tips and insights that they may wish to apply to their own homes.
·         Those looking to learn the fundamentals of interior styling and the associated products they will potentially be working with.
·         Property developers looking to develop their own show homes.


Why Choose Our Online Short Course

Our online learning short courses allow you to experience wherever you are in the world. Additionally  our  ‘Online Short Course’ includes:

ü  Live sessions with expert
ü  Lesson recordings
ü  Practical assignments
ü  Personal feedback
ü  Course content Outlines
ü  Forums for support
ü  BAC (British Accreditation Council) Certificate upon completion

Level: Beginner

Please note:
ü  All courses are taught in India time.
ü  This course is for students aged 18 and older. There is no age limit.


  
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN

Fundamentals, concepts & practical implementation of interior styling in this IOA Interior Design & Home Styling course, immerse yourself in the fundamentals, design concepts and practical implementation of this area of interior design. Learn:

ü  How to analyze a space for design
ü  What elements to consider first?
ü  What to take into account when choosing design features
ü  How to working with practical building features and utilities
ü  How to use a space & flow chart to plan your project
ü  Once you’ve learned the design principles, created the structure to your project and formulated a design concept, it’s time to move on to the more fun elements of interior design.

We’ll take you through:

ü  Balancing space and function with style
ü  Choosing harmonizing/contrasting or feature materials for floors and walls
ü  Blending lighting with your overall design concept
ü  Using a color wheel to choose winning color combinations
ü  Choosing fabrics, textures & patterns that please clients senses
ü  Materials

Please keep with you in the first session:

ü  Ruler
ü  Pencils, Eraser, Shaper
ü  Colour pencils
ü  Black gel pen
ü  Notebook
ü  Sketchbook (A4)

Magazines will be used for research and some will be supplied(online) but you may want to bring in your own issues if there are any particularly inspiration shoots you have seen.

Later in the course: You will be required to source a selection of objects for the photoshoot project.

Technical requirements:
Prior to the start of your course, please ensure:
ü   You have a headset and microphone attached to your computer.
ü   You have a webcam
ü   Your browser has a recent version of Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, or Google Chrome.

INTERIOR STYLING ONLINE COURSE
INTERIOR STYLING TRENDS 

Visit the YouTube Link For Further Understanding the course https://youtu.be/8ME11x4UNRg

15:26

B.Arch - JEE Paper II And NATA Preparation Course 2023 - 2024

 Options for Exams of NATA 2023 & JEE PAPER II 2023 :

( Online options for Class 12 students)

1. 60 days of 2 hrs each
2. 40 days of 3 hours each


Entrance Preparation Coaching is given for Visual & Mental Aptitude , Architecture Aptitude and  Drawing. A fully solved set of mathematics for NATA & JEE 2 is given to the student for self study. 


PLEASE CALL 9818541252 FOR 
-APPOINTMENT FOR  ONLINE COUNSELLING SESSION
-MOCK TESTS JEE-2 BARCH 2023 AND NATA 2023
-COMPUTERISED MOCK TESTS & MORE DETAILS 

(100% success rate due to small batch sizes, private coaching and personal attention)


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19:59

DETAILS ABOUT NID EXAMINATION

 

NID Exam Syllabus 

NID Entrance Exam syllabus consists of questions from the following topics:


The written examination is followed by studio test and personal interview. The examination doesn't follow any prescribed syllabus and the question are included from the following area:
  • Visual Design
  • Thematic Color Arrangement
  • Subjects of Design
  • Sensitivity to Environment
  • Memory Drawing
  • Knowledge of Proportions and Perspective
  • General Mental Ability
  • Drawing Skills
  • Creativity
  • Composition
  • Communication Skills
  • Animation
  • Abstract Symbolism
NID Exam Pattern

NID Entrance Exam consists of three aptitude test of 60 marks each made to evaluates the candidate's aptitude and creativity along with innovative and critical analyzing power of the applicant. NID test areas include:

  1. Worldview
  2. Mental Ability
  3. Drawing
  4. Creativity
  5. Communication Skills
NID Exam Eligibility

The eligibility for NID exam is-

Educational Qualification

Students securing at least 50% marks in aggregate at 10+2 level or its equivalent in any stream from a recognized board can apply for the examination.

Candidate who are studying in the qualifying class can also apply for the exam, but at the time of admission, they must provide the eligibility proof.

Age Limit

Aspiring candidate should not be less than 17 years of age.

NID Exam Information

National Institute of Design is internationally acclaimed as one of the finest educational and research institutions for Industrial, Communication, Textile and IT Integrated (Experiential) Design.

It is an autonomous institution under the aegis of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India and is recognised by the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, Government of India as a Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation.

National Institute of Design Entrance Exam is conducted on National level for admission to:

4 years Undergraduate & Graduate Diploma Programme in Design (GDPD) and
2 years 6 months Post-Graduate Diploma Programme in Design (PGDPD)
In internationally acclaimed National Institute of Design (NID) having its campuses at:

Ahmedabad (Main Campus)
Gandhinagar ( PG Campus) and
Bengaluru( R&D Campus)

Other Campuses are at : Kurukshetra, Vijaywada, Jorhat, Bhopal
https://www.thecreativesciences.com/p/nid-information.html

Visit NID Admissions Page



14:55

ART INTEGRATION IN CBSE STUDIES

The first day I entered my Design class, my professor wrote me off as a hopeless case as I was a science student! 

That a science student cannot be a good artist and a designer was somehow etched in her mind.. However, as the class progressed, she had to agree that this science student was definitely an artist too!! 

And in a few days time she had to completely change her mind about science students not being able to create art! Now even experts agree that Design is ‘Science’ integrated with ‘Arts’.

My father, himself a science professor, was an artist at heart! His elder brother, my Jethu, was a commercial artist and a great one at that. He used to send us postcards with his pen and ink drawings on the front side with a small note on the reverse. I used to collect and copy his artwork as a little girl.

Our father was very strict about our science diagrams in school and in college both. He taught us the ‘art of observation’ at a very young age. He was a stickler for minute details and we got scolded for not being able to draw a perfect diagram at times. I also learnt to draw small sketches for every subject and topic.

When we were young, our books were not quite illustrated! I still have nightmares involving the thick History book with small fonts and no pictures at all! Children nowadays are so lucky to have all text books illustrated with sketches and artwork! But I was lucky to have a scientist father who was an artist at heart to teach me the art of observation and eye for detail. When the world was oblivious to mind-mapping, he taught us to map and chart out topics for better remembrance. So armed with this ‘power’ of observation, I entered my design college after my Postgraduation in Life Sciences.

Power of Observation is a skill that all children need to learn. Art integrated learning makes any subject interesting and enjoyable. It also enhances the power of observation in a child.

Now there are two basic kinds of arts, the visual arts and the performing arts. Visual art is that art which we can see- like sketches, paintings, photography and sculpture. Performing arts are music, dance, drama and other arts involving kinaesthetic activities. Integrating creative arts to mundane subjects make them more interesting and the students are able to retain the information better. Also, it is now known that our brain retains colourful and interesting information. Visual stimuli activates the brain’s ability to retain and process information in a better manner. So, here we get the concept of whole brain thinking! And it has now been proven that individuals practicing whole brain thinking are more successful in life.

The Government’s initiative to incorporate ‘Art Integrated Learning’ in schools is a commendable one. However, an issue commonly brought is that “not all teachers are artists,” meaning that there aren’t enough teachers capable of doing art to teach in every classroom. But here we would like to state that whether or not a teacher can do these things is irrelevant. The aim here is not to create master artists, but rather teach basic arts skills, processes, and aesthetic quality, and encourage creative teaching techniques.

The skills of art integrated teaching are simple and easy to learn and teach. We believe that these methods will be infinitely useful to creating interesting lesson plans and once put in practice will be enjoyed by both the teacher and the student. Once an arts-integrated environment is established, techniques, examples, and information can be shared and used.

As a Design Teacher and Mentor I have been consciously and sub-consciously using Art Integrated learning for my students from when I started to teach. I remember a batch of students whom I was coaching for Design Entrance exams. The whole bunch of students were scared of mathematics!! So I started them with copies a book which had lots of illustrations on the sides. I asked them to first colour the cartoons illustrated on the sides and then start reading the chapter. I am pleased to inform you that all of them picked speed in solving complex mathematical problems thereafter. They had learnt to integrate creativity into the subject of mathematics which they found mundane otherwise!

I also see many teachers of subjects like Marketing and Finance, encourage story and graphic techniques to the learning process. My son, studying Economics, once made a storyboard for one of his college topics using a drawing software and created a very creative presentation alongwith his team and I was very impressed by the way they were learning! They really made use of lots of interesting graphics to understand Economics and Finance!

So dear teachers, parents, guardians and our dear students, the era of Arts Integrated Learning is here to stay! Do try out Visual and performing arts techniques to teach and learn any subject from now onwards. Engage the students creatively for all subjects. A reminder again, the aim here is not to create master artists, but rather teach and learn basic arts skills, processes, and aesthetic quality for better retention of information and cognitive learning. It is learning with Fun.

Thank you for reading my take on the subject of ‘Art Integrated Learning’. I will be back soon with more on the subject.

Dr Anindita Roy, icreativesciences@gmail.com
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12:36

NATA SYLLABUS 2022

Outline of Aptitude Test

The aptitude test will comprise of questions that could be of the Multiple-Choice type (MCQ), Multiple Select type (MSQ), Preferential Choice type (PCQ) and Numerical Answer type (NAQ).

The questions will carry either 1 mark, 2 marks or 3 marks and 125 questions have to be answered in 180 minutes.

The medium of Aptitude test will be the English language.

The aptitude of the candidate will be assessed using some or all of the following techniques:

Diagrammatic Reasoning – Tests the ability of logical reasoning, using diagrams and scenarios

Numerical Reasoning – Tests mathematical ability through simple problems

Verbal Reasoning – Assesses the ability to assess verbal logic.

Inductive Reasoning – Tests the ability to see patterns and analyse given data

Situational Judgment – Tests problem-solving ability.

Logical Reasoning – Tests ability to recognise patterns, sequences or relationships between shapes and imagery.

Abstract Reasoning – Will assess general knowledge, and ability to utilise knowledge in new situations.

Questions could be asked in various topics that assess candidates on basic concepts in

  • ·       mathematics, physics and geometry,
  • ·       language and interpretation,
  • ·       elements and principles of design,
  • ·       aesthetic sensitivity, colour theory,
  • ·       lateral thinking and logical reasoning,
  • ·       visual perception and cognition, graphics and imagery,
  • ·       building anatomy and architectural vocabulary,
  • ·       basic techniques of building construction and knowledge of material,
  • ·       general knowledge and current affairs, etc. and are may not be limited to those outlined.

·

CATEGORISATION OF THE TEST

1.    ARCHITECTURE APTITUDE

2.    DESIGN APTITUDE

3.    VISUAL APTITUDE

4.    REASONING APTITUDE

5.    GENERAL MATHS

6.    BASIC SCIENCE

7.    ENGLISH





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