Anna University B.Arch Admission 2014
Applications are invited for admission to 5 Years (10 Semesters) B. Arch. Degree Programme offered at University Department of Anna University, Government Aided Institutions and the seats surrendered by the Self-Financing Engineering Colleges for the year 2014.
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Allocation of Seats in Colleges
Seats in B. Arch. Degree Course in University Department of Anna University in the School of Architecture and Planning Campus.
Seats in B.Arch. Degree Course in Government Aided Engineering College and seats surrendered by the Self-Financing Engineering Colleges.
- Seats in the Self-Supporting Course in Govt. Aided Engineering College
- Seats surrendered by the Self-Financing Engineering Colleges
As a prerequisite for selection to B. Arch. Degree course the candidates should have passed the National Aptitude Test in Architecture 2014 conducted by the Council of Architecture, New Delhi.
A Candidate needs to submit only one application for all the Institutions mentioned above. Candidates seeking admission under special reservation should submit a special reservation form for each special reservation category along with the main application as per instructions given in Para 5.1 & 5.2 on pages 4 and 5.
Duration of the Programme: Five Academic Years comprising 10 Semesters.
Mode of Selection
Admission to General Category
The ranking of candidates for the seats will be on the basis of the marks obtained in the qualifying examination and also in the NATA 2014 conducted by Council of Architecture. The candidates should have passed NATA and should submit the mark sheet along with the application. Those who have not appeared and passed in the NATA 2014 are not eligible for admission to B.Arch. Degree Course.
The maximum marks for the Aptitude Test for both academic and diploma candidates will be 200. The total academic marks for H.Sc. candidates will be reduced to a base of 200. The diploma marks in all the Semesters put together will be reduced to 200. Ranking of the candidates will be based on the total marks of 400 (NATA 200 and Academic mark 200)
A merit list will be prepared based on the total marks of 400. In cases where more than one candidate have got the same marks in the common merit list, the inter-se-merit among such candidates shall be determined in the order of priority as specified here:- (1) Academic Aggregate for 200 (2) Date of Birth (elder will be given preference) (3) Random number assigned (higher value will be given preference).
The overall rank and Community-wise rank list will be published in Anna University website. Separate announcement will not be given in Newspapers. The candidates will also be informed of their rank individually by post through the counselling call letter. The college will be provisionally allotted only through counselling.
Admission to Special Reservation Category
Candidates who are applying for special reservation categories of seats under item 20 & 21 of should satisfy the rules stipulated for admission. Allocation of Special Reservation seats for item 20 & 21 will be followed as per communal reservation.
Selection for item 20 will be based on their ranking on the total marks (out of 400) obtained in the qualifying Examination as given in 6(a).
Selection for item 21 will be based on the total marks obtained for Achievements in sports as per Annexure II.
If enough candidates are not available under any of the special reservation, the vacancies will be reverted to the general counselling in the respective communities.