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Lalit Kumar
Latest Answer · 3 years ago · 0 claps

the syllabus for the mathematics questions asked in the NATA entrance exam is same as that of what you have studied in your 11th and 12th standard.The difference here will be the difficulty level of the questions asked in the exam. If you are thorough with the NCERT textbook sums then you can move on to the difficult problems like questions asked in IIT JEE and other entrance exams.

You can explore questions given here on DQ Edge itself to get an idea of what type of question are asked.

Binayak Panda
Latest Answer · a year ago · 0 claps

If we want to discuss among ourselves regarding this exam and talk about the strategy on how to prepare for it, then search "NIFT MFM" in Telegram search bar and join the free live group chat. If you're too lazy, then try clicking this https://t.me/NIFTMFM but can't guarantee if this link will work or not. Trust me, this will be REALLY HELPFUL to you. Install Telegram if you've not done it from the Google/App Store. Thanks!

Please like this comment so that it stays at the TOP and it helps the WHOLE COMMUNITY of learners that are applying for this programme.

Lalit Kumar
Latest Answer · 3 years ago · 0 claps

Apart from NID and IDC, there are a good number of colleges in India which you can consider for Animation.Below mentioned colleges are a good option:-

  • National Institute of Film and Fine Arts(NIFFA), Kolkatta
  • Maya Institute of Advanced Cinematic(MAAC)
  • Arena Animation
  • F X School, Mumbai
  • Picasso Animation College, Bangalore
  • Unitedworld Institute of Design, Ahmedabad

Lalit Kumar
Latest Answer · 3 years ago · 0 claps

I'm not sure about the rank because NID Ahmedabad doesn't public the ranks who got admission into the college. They only provide the final list of marks which got converted like for last year 60.xx is the marks which got admission into NID Ahmedabad i.e for general category. I hope now you will have a fair idea as to how many marks to target in the NID entrance exam.

SHINee’s hoe
Popular Answer · 3 years ago · 2 claps

Same with me. Just try your best. Be more observant towards everything and read newspapers everyday. More importantly practice sketching daily. If you really wanna go into nid and if u have that as your first choice then spend more time preparing to this than ur school subjects as you don’t need your 12th marks anywhere in the future for designing. Use 60-70% of your time to practice for nid and you can study for your school in the remaining 30%

Lavanya Arya
Popular Answer · 3 years ago · 1 claps

Well almost the same in my case as I have been using calculator for 1 and a half yrs now... but for getting a grasp in maths, I think u should go through the topics covered in the respective exam which you'll be giving and then go on solving many questions in a go... initially you will give a lot of time just for solving one question but after solving 15 questions or so you'll possibly get into the flow and this way you should also practice for non verbal reasoning.

Hope this helps!

Lalit Kumar
Latest Answer · 3 years ago · 0 claps

There are a good number of architecture colleges in Pune like Bharati Vidyapeeth College of Architecture(BVCA), Sinhgad College of Architecture(SCOA), BKPS Pune, Minerva College of Architecture, MIT Art, Design and Technology University(MITADT) etc.

Out of the above mentioned colleges Sinhgad College Of Architecture, D.Y Patil college of Architecture, Bharati Vidyapeeth College of Architecture are few good options you can consider but not the best for sure. If possible try to get colleges in other cities like Mumbai.