Frequently Asked Questions

NATA Faq’s

What is NATA?

The National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) measures the aptitude of the applicant for specific field of study, i.e. Architecture. The test measures drawing and observation skills, sense of proportion, aesthetic sensitivity and critical thinking ability that have been acquired over a long period of time, and that are related to specific field of study, i.e. Architecture.

Do you teach NATA?

Yes we have a dedicated NATA coaching under our umbrella and the coaching is by reputed academicians, architects and artists.

Please refer the NATA team (Ar. Vijayasree)

NATA Registration?

Please use the NATA REGISTERATION 2020 link from our sead website.

B Arch Faq’s

For admission to B.Arch. how NATA and qualifying exams are weighed together ?

For admission to B.Arch. 50-50 % weight-age is given to 10+2 marks and NATA marks.

What should I do after clearing NATA?

After you get passing scores in NATA exam (80/200),
follow the SEAD website: https://sead.srmrmp.edu.in/  for details
of admission procedure and to obtain the application form for B.Arch.

B.Des Faq’s

What After Architecture?

  • Applied arts
  • Automotive design
  • Biological design
  • Communication design
  • Configuration design
  • Design management
  • Engineering design
  • Experience design
  • Fashion design
  • Game design
  • Graphic design
  • Product design
  • process design
  • Service design
  • Software design
  • Sound design
  • Spatial design
  • Strategic design
  • Systems architecture
  • Systems design
  • Systems modeling
  • Urban design
  • User experience design
  • Visual design
  • Information architecture
  • Information design
  • Industrial design
  • Instructional design
  • Interaction design
  • Interior design
  • Landscape architecture
  • Lighting design
  • Modular design
  • Motion graphic design
  • Organization design

What are the eligibility criteria’s for admission to this course?

Eligibility for Admission : 50% marks in 10+ 2 in any stream (Commerce/ PCM).

what are the skills required for B.Des course?

  • You must have good communication and interpersonal skills as you need to describe your ideas to the clients.
  • You should be creative, imaginative and self-motivated.
  • You should possess a good knowledge of past and present styles of design.

Should I select BSc or B.Des for interior designing course?

We think B.Des is more preferred for interior design. We give you information about both courses.

B.Sc. Interior Design is a 3 years undergraduate course in which students learn to design comfortable spaces and anticipate peoples needs. The basic eligibility of the course is a pass in 10+2. The course teaches the student with a wide array of structural requirements, health and safety issues and building codes as well.

Bachelor of Design (B. Des or B. Design) is an undergraduate degree course in the field of Design, where the key aspects are innovation and creativity. Students who have an edge over imagination and a good taste in designing may opt for this course. The students who have successfully completed their schooling are eligible for the Bachelor of Design course. It has a duration of 3 or 4 years.