Intricately designed Curriculum to kickstart your career.

AutoCAD is a commercial computer-aided design (CAD) and drafting software application. Developed and marketed by Autodesk.
This course will teach you how to create manufacturing drawing based on the concepts of technical drawing reading & GD&T using AutoCAD. This course aims to bridge the gap between academia and the industry for the entry level opportunities in product design & development.


We welcome you for this incredible journey from an unskilled world to a skilled realm.
Happy Learning.
EMI Starting from

₹ 2,500/month

Course Fee

₹ 40,000/-

Next Batch commencing from

19 Sept 2022

Program Duration

15 Days

Program Delivery


Why Should I learn AUTOCAD??

In AutoCAD, you don’t have to go through a long process just to adjust your drawing. You can create designs quickly and easily, using the software’s easy tools to complete tasks in a fraction of the time it would take via manual drafting. It’s also very easy to make changes and adjustments

Required mindset

Who is this program for?

AutoCAD provides unique drafting tools that are used in drawings of engineering components, designs, and infrastructure. It also minimizes human errors and helps the users to bring their imagination to life with accuracy.
This course would be a game-changer for anyone studying for a degree in Mechanical stream who wants to learn about the most cutting-edge technology available today. Work on cutting-edge projects to distinguish yourself from your friends/seniors and become the top pick for future recruiters.
AutoCAD allows in creating manufacturing data such as materials required for components, dimensions, and shape of the models, product, and component drawings. This helps in creating and managing a wide database which is an important part of the production process.

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Course Curriculum


Learners need to possess an undergraduate degree or a high school diploma.

Course Content

  • Opening and Creating Drawings
  • Exploring the AutoCAD interface
  • Zooming and Panning
  • Using the Mouse, Keyboard, and Enter Key to work quickly and efficiently in AutoCAD
  • Lines
  • Circles
  • Rectangles
  • Creating Simple Drawings
  • Using Object Snap Tracking to extrapolate a projected top view
  • Using Modify tools to arrange an office layout
  • Polar and Ortho Tracking
  • Entering Coordinates and Angles
  • Object Snaps and Tracking
  • Move
  • Copy
  • Rotate
  • Mirror
  • Scale
  • Using the reference option with the Scale Tool
  • Using Template Files (.dwt) to Make New Drawing
  • Exploring what Settings and Elements are saved with Templates
  • Layer States
  • Properties by Layer
  • Layer Tools
  • Polylines
  • Arcs
  • Polygons
  • Ellipses
  • The Properties Palette
  • Quick Select
  • Select Similar
  • Measure Geometry Tools
  • Trim and Extend
  • Fillet and Chamfer
  • Polyline Edit and Spline
  • Offset and Explode
  • Join
  • The Insert Block Command
  • Inserting Blocks with Tool Palettes
  • Dynamic Blocs
  • Migrating Blocks and other Elements between Drawings with Design Center
  • The Multiline Text Tool
  • The Single Line Text Tool
  • Editing Text
  • Text in Model Space vs. Paper Space
  • The Multileader Tool
  • The Hatch Command
  • The Hatch Editor Ribbon Tab
  • Saving and Applying Hatches with Tool Palettes
  • Using Dimensioning Tools
  • Dimensioning in a Layout Tab vs. the Model Tab
  • Using Dimension Styles
  • Editing Dimensions
  • Dimensioning a Mechanical Drawing
  • Using Layouts and Viewports
  • Scaling Viewports
  • Model Space vs. Paper Space in Layouts
  • Printing from Layout Tabs
  • Printing from the Model Tab