Now a day it is very difficult for Non-Technical students to find a new job, because of high competition. In Govt. sector opening of new vacancies are very less as compare to students pass out every year, But there are lot of job opportunity in Engineering and Technical area, Here we provide a platform and good training to students such a way that they can utilize their knowledge and apply their skills as per the industries requirements.

Candidate should remember You need to have the necessary skills and experience to get a good job. Employers hire people because they are convinced those hires already have the skills and experience to do a job well. you need to somehow demonstrate a strong basis of relevant skills and experience upon which a hiring manager can predict your success.

    Courses
  1. AutoCAD (Mechanical)
  2. Autocad (Civil)
  3. AutoCAD (Electrical)
  4. Draftsmanship Using AutoCAD (6 Month Course/Minimum qualification 10th pass)

Draftsmanship Courses Overview

Draftsman courses train students to draft, or draw, blueprints for a wide variety of buildings, products and machines in two or three dimensions, often using computer programs designed for this purpose.

Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) Course

The use of CAD technology has become the standard for draftsmen in the creation and manipulation of architectural, mechanical and electrical designs. CAD concepts include formatting drawings; storing and retrieving files; rotating, placing and scaling objects; using layers and coordinate systems; and adding text and dimensions. Students leave the course with a working knowledge of a typical CAD system.

Mechanical drafting focuses on the comprehension of blueprint terminology, orthographic projections, exploded views and assembly drawings, as well as machining specifications and title block information.

Electrical drafting the curriculum includes electronic circuit board design, logic and embedded systems.

Architectural drafting focuses on building construction from site development and plot plans to foundations, floors and interior elements. Students can be reading and understanding various standard architectural drawings, elevations, details and sections.

Students are usually given the opportunity to design and draw plans for a building, machinery and other equipment that can be part of their professional portfolio.

      Syllabus for Draftsmanship Courses

  • Introduction to Engineering Drawing
  • Machine Drawing Practice
  • Metrology
  • AutoCAD (2D+3D+Electrical)  
  • MS Office & Excel.