Paradigm Learning Centre

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    West Tambaram,Chennai - 45

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Regular Course:

  • Schedule 15:
  • » Days: 15
  • » Hours: 7 Hours / day

Study Materials:

Our Study materials (E-books & Mock Tests) are clearly analyzed and prepared very carefully with the focus on NATA entrance exam for the Bachelor of Architecture course and all the contents are updated regularly by the PLC team.

Our Study Materials contain the following contents:


  • Colour Coding | Elements of Design | Dimensions & Shapes | Basics of Sketching & Shade | Human Anatomy | 2D & 3D Compositions with effect of light and shade | Types & Stages of Perspective | Structural Forms using combinations of 3D elements | Scale & proportions | Figure Drawings | Theme based drawings | Compositions with attractive Colours | Model Sketches for Day to Day experience | Sample Exercise will be given.

» Aesthetic Sensitivity:
  • » Architectural Awareness:

    Famous Architect Names | Images of Buildings| Monuments | Architectural Terms | Architecture History | Types of Architecture | Sample Exercise and Many.

    » Mental Ability:

    Patterns | Odd Man out | Paper Folding | Development of Surfaces | Sample Exercise and more.

    » Materials & Objects Identifications.

    » 2D & 3D Object Visualization.

    » Analytical reasoning | Sample Exercises

    » Verbal Reasoning | Analogies | Synonyms | Antonyms | Sample Exercises

Our NATA Study Materials are available in the On-line for 24*7, so that our students can utilize the materials completely.

“Students who want only Study Material can purchase from our website after the registration”

All our students will get the FREE-ONLINE STUDY MATERIALS with the user log-in.


We (PLC) are having dedicated Subject-Matter-Experts as tutors for Drawing and Aesthetic Sensitivity.

  • For Drawing:
          Professional artists dedicatedly teach our student’s right from the basics of design to the live scenario’s sketch using the perspectives.

  • For Aesthetic Sensitivity:
           Professional mathematician and professors from Reputed Architecture Colleges teaching our students in Logical & Mental Ability, Analytical reasoning, Architecture Terms & Awareness, basic math dimensions, Analogies and others.

Important Things to be noted by Students / Parents:

  • » All our Study Materials and Online-Mock tests are fully-loaded with the up-to-date contents.
  • »All the students will get the “Individual attention” from the tutors.
  • »Class-room Assignments and home works will be assigned to the students compulsorily.
  • »Training will be carried through Presentation using Projectors, on-board, real world dimensions and papers.
  • »Dedicated system will be given to each student for the online-Mock test.
  • »We care for each student equally and teach them to their individual medium of understanding.
  • »Student progress will be tracked on daily basis to understand about their performance and the same will be updated to their parents on case-to-case basis.
  • »Candidates will not be encouraged to skip / neglect the classes in between the course duration.
  • »The offered training programs and materials are available at an affordable price.
  • » At End of the course each student will be taken the Minimum of 8 “Live-Scenario” tests (Drawing-Paper Based (2hours-200marks) + Aesthetic Sensitivity-Online (1hour-100marks)) each consists of 3 hours which excludes the dedicated several tests in “DRAWING” and “Online-Mock Test” on day to day basis.

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New Announcements


    • » PLC Wishes all the +2 & 10th Students - All the Best for your Exams!!!

  • NATA 2017

    • » This Year NATA Will Be Conducted As a One Day Paper Based Examination All Over the Country

    • » NATA Exam on 16-April-2017(Sunday)

    • » NATA Registration Started 2-JAN-17

    • » Last Date to Register for NATA is 11-FEB-2017


    • » NATA Exam is for 200 Marks

    • » SECTION 1 - Mathematics - 20 MCQ'S - 40 Marks

    • » SECTION 2 - General Aptitude - 40 MCQ'S - 80 Marks

    • » SECTION 3 - Drawing - 2 Qns - 80 Marks


    • » NATA Exam Duration : 3 Hours

    • » Maths, General Aptitude : First 90 Mins

    • » Drawings : Last 90 Mins

  • » Call & Register: 90032 40363 / 90032 40563

    » Enrollment going on for New Batches for Regular Course

    » Admission Started – Weekend Batches for Classes 9th, 10th, 11th & 12th

    » Online Study Material Available

    » Unique - Online Mock Test Series Available

Important Dates

    • NATA Course Begins on 4th April 2017

    » Tambaram

    » T-Nagar

    » Trichy

    » Salem

    » Vellore

    » Tirupati

    • NATA 2017

    » +2Exam_Time_Table_2017

    » NATA Online Registration Started : 2-JAN-2017

    » Last Date to Register for NATA : 11-FEB-2017

    » NATA Exam : 16-APR-2017 (SUNDAY)

    » Download Admit Card From : 26-MAR-2017

    » NATA Result : 10-JUN-2017


Quick Facts:

  • Architecture

    » The word “Architecture” derived from the Greek Word – “Arkhitekton”. The art and science of design and erecting buildings and other physical structures.

    » FREI OTTO – German Architect. Key Structures by FREI OTTO : Olympic Stadium Munich, Tuwaiq Palace

    » SHIGERU BAN – Japanese Architect. A key building by SHIGERU BAN : Centre Pompidou-Metz, France
  • RIBA:

    » The RIBA( Royal Institute of British Architects) Stirling Prize is the UK's most prestigious architecture prize.
  • RIBA Stirling Prize 2014:

    » Building : EVERYMAN THEATRE
    » Architect : Haworth Tompkins
  • WAF:

    » The World Architecture Festival (WAF) is an annual festival and awards ceremony for the architecture industry. WAF 2014 was held in Singapore.
  • WAF:

    » WAF awarded, World building of the year to The Chapel, Vietnam, designed by a21studio.
  • Pritzker Architecture Prize:

    » Pritzker Architecture Prize is the most Prestigious & highest award to architects and it is often referred to as the Nobel Prize of architecture.
  • Pritzker Architecture Prize:

    » It is awarded annually by the Hyatt Foundation to honour "a living architect.
    » Founded in 1979 by Jay A. Pritzker and his wife Cindy.
    » Eduardo Souto de Moura from Portugal Won in 2011.
  • Pritzker Architecture Prize:

    » Zaha Hadid is an Iraqi-British architect was the first female prize winner in 2004.
    » Philip Johnson was an American architect and the first Pritzker Architecture Prize in 1979.
  • Burj Khalifa:

    » Burj Khalifa located in Dubai.
    » The total cost for the project was about US$1.5 billion.
  • Burj Khalifa:

    » Construction began on 21 September 2004, with the exterior of the structure completed on 1 October 2009
    » The tower is designed by Skidmore, Owings and Merrill.
  • Burj Khalifa:

    » Adrian D. Smith is an American architect who has designed the Burj Khalifa
  • Empire State Building:

    » Empire State Building located in in New York City, United States
  • Empire State Building:

    » It has a roof height of 1,250 feet (381 meters).
    » Designed by Architectural firm Shreve, Lamb and Harmon.
  • Lotus Temple:

    » The Bahá'í House of Worship in Delhi, India, popularly known as the Lotus Temple.
    » Located in New Delhi, India.
  • Lotus Temple:

    » Architectural style is Expressionist.
    » Designed by Architect Fariborz Sahba.
  • Sydney Operahouse:

    » Located in Sydney, Australia.
    » Architectural style is Expressionist
  • Sydney Operahouse:

    » Built by Danish architect Jørn Utzon
    » Utzon received the Pritzker Prize, architecture's highest honour, in 2003.
  • Liang Sicheng - Father of Modern Chinese Architecture

  • What is meant by Architecture?

    » It is the art and science of designing and erecting buildings and other physical structures.
  • What is meant by Architecture?

    » Architecture comprise all design activity, from the macro-level (urban design, landscape architecture) to the micro-level (Building design, construction details and furniture).