Computer Aided Design

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Computer-aided design is the use of computer systems to assist in the creation, modification and analysis of a design. To increase productivity of the designer, CAD software is used to improve the quality of design, communication through documentation and to create a database for manufacturing. 

Engineering drawings convey information about materials, processes, dimensions and tolerances to the manufacturer. CAD is used extensively in automotive design, industrial design, ship-building and aerospace industries to solve several industry specific problems. 

This course enables the students to create complex geometric models, engineering drawings, surface modelling, mechanism simulation, prototype building and learn the use of GD&T.


  • Create geometric models and generate manufacturing drawings of mechanical components.
  • Visualise products through modelling, animation, shading and rendering. 
  • Create rapid prototype models.
  • Use CATIA and solid works software for geometric modelling with proficiency. 


Course Duration

3 Months


Monday — Friday

Batch Schedule

Batch 1 — January to March
Batch 2 — June to August
Batch 3 — September to November

Who should attend?

Diploma and Engineering Graduates from Mechanical, Machine Tool Design, Automobile, and Aeronautical Engineering.


Application Process

  • Download Application Form
  • Send a duly filled in application form with a registration fee of Rs.2500/- to the Directorate of Training and Life-Long Learning Department.
  • The selected candidates will be informed about their selection.

Fees & Scholarships

Registration Fee: Rs. 2,000/- (Nonrefundable)

Tuition Fee:
Rs. 27,000/-

The fees may be paid in cash / DD at the University, The DDs must be drawn in favour of M. S. Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences payable at Bangalore”


Manager - Training
Murali R
080 4906 5555
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