NATA 2022: Phase 2 Exam Day Guidelines
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The Council of Architecture (CoA), the official examination conducting body for NATA 2022, is slated to conduct the phase 2 exam tomorrow on July 7. Ahead of the exam, the candidates all set to appear in it must go through the do's and don'ts for the paper at length, which have been mentioned below.
NATA 2022: Phase 2 Exam Details
The NATA 2022 phase 2 exam will take place tomorrow on July 7. The exam will advance in the online (Computer-based) mode at various exam centers set up across the country.
The exam will unfold in two shifts. The first shift will begin at 10 am to conclude at 1 pm. Meanwhile, the second shift will be conducted from 2:30 pm until 5:30 pm. A total of 125 questions will be asked in the paper and the maximum marks to be awarded are 200.
NATA 2022: Do's and Don'ts for Phase 2 Exam
- Candidates registered for the exam must report to the examination centre at least an hour prior to the commencement of the examination.
- Documents which must necessarily be carried by the candidates include NATA 2022 admit card and a valid photo ID proof.
- The candidates must strictly adhere to the Covid protocols issued by CoA for the conduct of NATA 2022 exam.
- A black or blue ball point pen must be carried by the candidates to the examination centre.
- Candidates must also bring their own masks, hand sanitizers and water bottles.
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- Do not reach the examination centre late. The ones reporting to the exam centre after the examination has begun will be barred from appearing in it.
- No candidate must carry prohibited items along with him to the exam centre. Such items include mobile phones, earphones, tablets, bluetooth devices, digital watches and study material such as books, notebooks, blank paper sheets etc.
- Candidates must not indulge in malpractices such as copying or cheating. Candidature of any candidate found indulging in the said practices will be cancelled.
- The candidates must not violate the Covid norms.
- No candidate must leave the examination hall without the permission of the invigilator.