Let's first understand the software "AutoCAD" and then we will explore everything about AutoCAD.

AutoCAD online training course

What is AutoCAD?

AutoCAD is a Computer-aided Drawing/Drafting/Designing software-based technology. Since its initial release by Autodesk in 1982, it has grown to rank among the most popular CAD tools worldwide.

Architects, engineers, designers, and other professionals use AutoCAD to produce accurate technical drawings and models for a variety of applications, including mechanical design, electrical engineering, and product design. Users can create accurate and thorough designs using a variety of tools and features included in the software, as well as annotate and collaborate on their work with others. Additionally, AutoCAD supports a wide range of file formats, making it simple to collaborate with other software programs and exchange data.

Why is AutoCAD Software needed in the construction industry?

AutoCAD software is widely used in the construction industry for the following reasons:

High Imagination: With the help of AutoCAD, architects, engineers, and other construction industry professionals can produce 2D and 3D designs and models that can be used to visualize and improve construction projects before they are built. Errors are reduced and designs are guaranteed to satisfy the client and other stakeholder requirements thanks to this.

More accurate & Precise: AutoCAD is a very accurate and precise tool that enables construction professionals to create intricate technical drawings with great accuracy. This is crucial for construction projects because even minor mistakes can result in delays and costly mistakes.

Time & Cost Effective: By streamlining the design and documentation process, AutoCAD can help the construction industry save time and money. The library of pre-built objects and design elements in AutoCAD can be used to expedite design work and shorten the time needed to produce detailed drawings.

Real-time information: sharing and collaboration are made possible by AutoCAD for construction professionals. This is critical in construction projects where numerous teams and stakeholders must collaborate to ensure the project's successful completion. 

Compatibility: AutoCAD is very much compatible with a wide range of other software programs used in the construction industry, such as REVIT, STAADPRO, ETABS, MS EXCEL, etc. including BIM (Building Information Modeling) software, which is increasingly used in all construction projects. This makes it easy to share and exchange data between different software programs and enables construction professionals to work seamlessly with others in the industry.

Who is responsible for using AutoCAD in the construction industry?

Architects, Engineers, Drafters, and Designers who are in charge of producing technical drawings, plans, and models in the construction industry are the main users of AutoCAD. These experts use AutoCAD to produce precise and thorough designs for buildings, infrastructure, and other construction projects.

Project managers, Construction managers, and Contractors are among the other professionals in the construction sector who might use AutoCAD. These people can review and evaluate designs using AutoCAD, as well as calculate costs and schedule construction.

The people and organizations involved in the planning and building of structures and infrastructure are ultimately responsible for using AutoCAD in the construction industry. This includes the architects, engineers, contractors, and other experts who are in charge of making sure that building projects are finished safely, promptly, and within budget.

How CivilGuruji is helping you to learn AutoCAD Software?

CIVIL GURUJICIVIL ENGINEERS TRAINING INSTITUE” is giving you the entire knowledge related to Corporate AutoCAD  both ONLINE as well as OFFLINE MODE of training, to learn more about the AutoCAD course you call us at 9111001234 or click to 
 Below is your entire syllabus that we give in the AutoCAD course 
  • Corporate AutoCAD Covers not only the AutoCAD Software part but also it covers the most essential parts as follows:
  • Architectural Design and planning with by-laws.
  • Architectural Designing & Planning with Vastu.
  • Complete Submission Drawings which include, Plan, Elevation, Section, Site Plan, Location Plan, Septic Tank, Rain water harvesting,
  • Area Statement- Built-up area, Super built-up area, F.A.R., Ground Coverage, etc.
  • It also includes the other parts such as Working Drawings-
  • Excavation Plan.
  • Centreline Plan.
  • Plinth beam Plan.
  • Slab beam plan.
  • Electrical Layout Plan.
  • Plumbing Layout Plan.
  • Beam cross-sectional details.
  • Column cross-sectional details.
  • Footing cross-sectional details.
  • Slab cross-section details etc.
  • Real case study for Planning & Designing 
  • Complete drawing sets.
  • Complete AutoCAD notes.
  • Quizzes and drawing samples for practice.
  • Live interactive doubt sessions.
  • Discussion chat forum.
  • Telephonic doubt panel.


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