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The course lays emphasis on the mechanics of design and creating new product designs with the aid of computer systems. The course curriculum is such that it builds a strong foundation in the field of design and manufacturing. You get exposed to the latest softwares like AutoCAD, Revit, Infraworks and others. The first two semesters are focused on theory & laboratory works, third on theory & initial phase of project work and the final semester is purely for the project. The project work is based on your field of study, either in the college campus or in the industry, under the supervision of a suitable faculty. In midst of the course, especially during summer vacations the students are expected to get attached with some industrial unit in a field of your choice and undergo thorough summer training.
The core subjects include advanced mathematics, computer aided graphics, concept of engineering design, computer applications in design, integrated mechanical design, engineering system dynamics, finite element analysis, mechanical vibrations, metallic materials and manufacturing processes.
With industries paying more focus on research and development these days, more and more in-house facilities or laboratories are coming up with sophisticated computer systems equipped with computer aided design software. Many industries like automotive, aerospace, ship building, lighting, prosthetic limbs manufacturers and others provide placements to CAD professionals as soon as they pass out from their colleges. The services of CAD professionals are also used in architecture for building energy efficient and higher quality buildings.
M.E. Computer Aided Design Admissions for 2017 - 2018 Academic Year
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