Ansha Mathew: The 2nd rank holder of KEAM -2019

rank holder of KEAM

“A girl of courtesy,” I say about Ansha Mathew, now she is the 2nd rank holder of KEAM -2019 for Architecture. Ansha obtained 100% marks in Plus two examination, 99.1 percentile in JEE-2019 and scored 162 out of 200 in NATA-2019. She is one of the top NATA scorers in India. She is a talented artist, interested in Pencil drawing and water coloring.

NATA examination evaluates a candidate’s aptitude for Architecture studies in India. It deals with a candidate to understand about his/her knowledge in Architecture, interest level, non-verbal communication skill, mathematics skill, and mental ability.  Ansha didn’t believe about herself whether she was able to understand these topics covered in NATA even though she wanted to explore more about the architecture field.

As far as a teacher is concerned a student like Ansha Mathew would be an ideal candidate for their teaching life. I feel the same when I started training her for NATA 2019 at Vismayam College, Calicut. She was curiously silent in my classes and wanted to be corrected her attempts after every session.

She doesn’t like to compete with anybody or anything around her. But she is hard working and always tries to sharpen her knowledge and skill-set with the aid of available resources around her. When she becomes the rank holder of KEAM -2019, she would like to join B-Arch at CET, Trivandrum the top-rated Architecture College in Kerala and to become a good Architect after course.

Ansha Mathew is talkative about her parents and teachers who are the prime reason to become she is the 2nd rank holder of KEAM -2019. She lovingly remembers their significant role behind all her successes stories. She would like to share her learning experiences and viewpoints with the candidates those who are looking for Architecture course through NATA. “A promising mind with focus and hard work can conquer any heights,” she says.

Readings recommended:

Latest NATA question paper

Minimum Standards of Architecture Education in India

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