AutoCAD Civil software is a civil engineering design and documentation solution that supports Building Information Modeling workflows.

It is used for designing, drafting and documentation, analysis, defining workflows, surveying and mapping of civil projects.

Design: For corridor design, pressure pipe networks, gravity pipe networks, grading, parcel design, bridge modeling, geotechnical modeling, and rail track layout

Analysis: For advanced mapping and analysis functionality, storm water management using dynamic model, dynamic QTO and earthwork calculations, transforming civil design models with visualization.

Drafting & Documentation: For drafting standards, construction documentation, map production, and for reports and tables

Surveying & Mapping: For surface modeling, base map creation, and reality capture.

  • Making of Architechtural drawing in AUTOCAD
  • Learn how to work in layers
  • Drafting of Design Projects in AUTOCAD
  • Reading of Structural Drawings
  • How to import total station coordinates into AUTOCAD
  • Layer Management
  • Project development and managing
  • Creating and Updating Repeated Elements
  • Set up Joinery fine points / BOM, Layout Management.
  • Scale setting and maneuverings, importation and Export.


  1. User Interface
    • UI Navigation / Interaction
  2. Creating Drawings
    • Coordinate Entry
    • Draw Tools and Settings
  3. Manipulating Object
    • Grips
    • Object Selection
    • Move Objects
  4. Drawing Organisation and Inquiry Commands
    • Layers
    • Object Properties
    • Linetypes
    • Inquiry
  5. Altering Objects
    • Modify Tools
  6. Working with Layouts
    • Layouts and Viewports
  7. Annotating the Drawing
    • Adding to a drawing
  8. Dimensioning
    • Adding dimensions to a Drawing
  9. Hatching Objects
    • Hatching Objects
    • Fills and Gradients
    • Edit Hatch Patterns and Fills
  10. Working with Reusable Content
    • Blocks
    • Design Center
    • Tool Palettes
  11. Creating Additional Drawing Objects
    • Shapes
  12. Plotting Your Drawing
    • Output
  13. 3D Functions
    • 3D Modeling Workspace
    • Using Primitives.
    • Obtaining 3D Objects from 2D Polylines.
    • Materials and Lighting.
    • Rendering (including cameras and basic animations)


15 Days / 1 Month Regular / Weekend Course.

Autocad Training in Chandigarh


AutoCAD is a computer-aided drafting software program used for creating blueprints for buildings, bridges and computer chips. AutoCAD is used mainly by drafters, although engineers, surveyors and architects may need to use the software from time to time.

AutoCAD is a 2-D and 3-D computer-aided drafting software application used in architecture, construction and manufacturing to assist in the preparation of blueprints and other engineering plans. Professionals who use AutoCAD are often referred to as drafters. While drafters work in a number of specialties, the six most common specialization areas are mechanical drafting, architectural drafting, civil drafting, electrical drafting, electronics drafting and aeronautical drafting.



AutoCAD was initially derived from a program called Interact, which was written in a proprietary language. The first release of the software used only primitive entities such as polygons, circles, lines, arcs and text to construct complex objects. Later, it came to support custom objects through a C++ application programming interface. The modern version of the software includes a full set of tools for solid modeling and 3-D. AutoCAD also supports numerous application program interfaces for automation and customization.

DWG (drawing) is the native file format for AutoCAD and a basic standard for CAD data interoperability. The software has also provided support for Design Web Format (DWF), a format developed by Autodesk for publishing CAD data.


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