Mangaluru: NIA to hold free NATA workshops in city, Nitte on Feb 10, 11

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Mangaluru, Feb 8: NATA (National Aptitude Test in Architecture) exam is a prequalification for entrance into the architecture degree program all over the country. Nitte Institute of Architecture (NIA) will be hosting a workshop for students interested in cracking the NATA examinations on February 10 and 11.

DQ Labs will conduct the workshops on February 10 at the Nitte Education International, Pumpwell Circle, Kankanady and on February 11 at NMAM Institute of Technology, Nitte. The workshop will commence at 9.30 am.

Aspiring NATA candidates will have a crash course enabling mock tests on the various sections and requirements of the NATA examinations.

Those interested in attending can register online at or by calling Nikita Manvi (Phone: 07600153029) or Sithara Shetty (Phone: 8762123472). Registration will be done at the respective venues by 9:00 am.

NIA encourages a lot of student-friendly workshops and seminars, and has for the second consecutive year organizing a free NATA Power Preparation Workshop. This is an outreach program by NIA and Nitte (Deemed to be University) to help students of the region around Mangaluru, Udupi, North Kerala, Coorg, Chikkamagaluru and Uttara Kannada districts. The benefit will be in getting quality input to successfully write the NATA exam in April 2018.


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