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    Can I opt architecture in my graduation after completing 12th(Commerce) with maths? If yes, What steps should I follow for same?

    can i go in architecture with commerce maths ? Please suggest me the steps for the same.





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    Re: Can I opt architecture in my graduation after completing 12th(Commerce) with maths? If yes, What steps should I follow for same?

    Minimum qualification required for applying for the graduation course in architecture is a 12th class or equivalent qualification from any recognized institute. But, you cannot apply for the B.Arch course after completing 12th class in commerce with mathematics as a subject. The eligibility criteria specified is that 12th class should be pursued with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as the main subjects. You should also score 50% marks in the qualifying examination. As part of the selection procedure for this course, you should attend the NATA exam. Based on your score in this exam, you can apply for B. Arch course in any of the institutes offering B.Arch course.




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    Re: Can I opt architecture in my graduation after completing 12th(Commerce) with maths? If yes, What steps should I follow for same?

    can i opt commerce stream to become an architect?

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    Re: Can I opt architecture in my graduation after completing 12th(Commerce) with maths? If yes, What steps should I follow for same?

    Yes off course you can opt for Architecture in your graduation even after completing your higher secondary from commerce stream.
    But in my opinion, for opting for Architecture as your course, you should firstly get all the basic information about science
    and its related areas.In other words, you should try to acquire at least the basic knowledge of science before starting for graduation course.
    For applying for the concerned course, you can directly apply to the college.

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