As per the norms of Council of Architecture (Incorporated under the Architects Act, 1972) MINIMUM STANDARDS OF ARCHITECTURAL EDUCATION REGULATIONS, 1983* for the Admission to the Architecture Courseis,
- No candidate, with less than 50% marks in aggregate, shall be admitted to the architecture course unless he/she has passed an examination at the end of the new 10+2 scheme of Senior School Certificate Examination or equivalent with Mathematics and English as a subject of examinations at the 10+2 level.
- Where 10+2 scheme is not introduced, candidates must have passed after 11 years schooling the Higher Secondary/pre-university/ pre-engineering or equivalent examinations in the Science group of any recognized University or Board with English, Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as compulsory subjects.
- The Institutions may subject the candidates, seeking admission to the architecture course, to aptitude tests specially designed to assess the candidates’ aptitude;
Provided that no separate aptitude tests may be conducted where admissions are made through competitive examinations.
- The institutions shall not give weightage of more than 50% marks for aptitude tests in the matter of admissions.