Advance AutoCad

Course Detail

Course Description

MITI’s Advanced AutoCAD introduces advanced techniques and teaches to be proficient in the use of AutoCAD. It explores the features to efficiently create 2D/3D drawings. Topics such as drawing, modifying, annotating, dynamic block creation, attribute extraction, managing external references and plotting are covered in greater depth by introducing new commands and options. It is exclusively intended for those students who want to produce photo-real 3D models using AutoCAD and suited to the needs of engineers, architects, interior decorators, landscape designers, furniture designers, 3D animation enthusiasts and others working in 3D modeling.

Course Duration 4 Months
Credit Hours 160 Hours
Daily Hours 2 Hours
Theory Hours 48 Hours
Practical Hours 112 Hours
Class Timing Morning Section 09am to 11am & Evening Section 07pm to 09pm
Course Level Intermediate


Minimum Academic Qualification: Intermediate & AutoCAD course.

Course Contents

  • Advance 2D Drafting
  • Drawing Project Measurement
  • Customization
  • Advance 3D Modeling
  • Advance Realistic Rendering


  • Experienced & Professional Instructors
  • Well-Equipped Workshops & Practical Labs
  • Affiliation with TTB and City & Guilds
  • Course Training with Professional Grooming
  • Most Affordable Fee
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  • The admission of all courses for the Male section Admission will be start by 15th December - 2016 and classes commence by 1st February - 2017.
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