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With the Year 2020, AutoCAD Training and Courses see more and more students registration Online. There are Reasons like , affordable Course fees, Job openings in Interior Design and Architecture.

Here are the List of Courses , we Provide to our Students , with up to date information on Course Details as well as fees.  To Join the Course One has to Register First online in the Website here, and then proceed for Admission to specific Course. These Course fees are limited to the Seat Availability 
AutoCad Course Fees Chart Table with Description for Students in Goa

AutoCAD Course Fees Details :

Course Fee of AutoCAD Depends on Following Factors :

    Autocad Course Fees in Goa , India Starts At INR 2999 only
  1. Brand name of the training centre.
  2. Syllabus covered by the trainer or the institution.
  3. Years of industrial experience and knowledge of the trainer.
  4. Time duration of course or the flexibility given on time for the students.
  5. Valid certification from an AutoDesk authorized training center on completion of course.
  6. Individual with personal attention or in group training's given by the institute.
  7. Job assurance or placement if given by the institute.
  8. Infrastructure of the institution.

AutoCAD Practical Training in GOA with Course fees


AutoCAD course fees in GOA is divided into different packages depending on syllabus covered. AutoCAD Course is an Essential part of  Diploma in Civil Design Syllabus

 The Complete Course Details including the Fees in CAD Center is segregated to different Packages.
  • BASIC AutoCAD Course Fee : The Basic AutoCAD Course includes PLANS and it starts with Rs 1999/- only
  • AutoCAD 2D Course : This Course Includes AutoCAD Plans as well as 2D Designing and the Fees is Rs 2999/-
  • AutoCAD 3D Course : This Course Includes AutoCAD Models as well as 3D Designing and the Fees is Rs 2999/-
  • AutoCAD Course Fee : AutoCAD course fees which covers the entire syllabus as per Autodesk syllabus is 4999/-only,with this courses student can apply for Autodesk certified professional exam.
  • Autocad advance course fees is  5998/-which can be paid in two installments of 2999/-each.This includes creation of house models,Applying of materials using material editor,walk-through videos,render images,interior designing,making of curtain ,bed,pillow and other interiors etc in 3D. 
CAD CAM CENTRE, MARGAO. GOA (https://www.cadcamcentregoa.com)
at #11 ,M.N.F heights, Above Paulo Travels, Opp K.F.C,Near Ktc Bus Stand, Margao, Goa
Call : 09762288832 .Email : cadcamcentregoa@gmail.co
Course CodeCourse Name Description Of CourseCourse Fees
AC001Basic AutoCAD CourseThis Course Includes AutoCAD Plans₹1,999
AC002AutoCAD 2D CourseThis Course Includes AutoCAD Plans as well as 2D Designing₹2,999
AC003AutoCAD 3D CourseThis Course Includes AutoCAD Models as well as 3D Designing₹2,999
AC004Autodesk Syllabus After Completing this course, students can apply for Autodesk certified professional exam₹4,999
AC005Autocad advance courseThis includes creation of house models,Applying of materials using material editor,walk-through videos,render images,interior designing,making of curtain ,bed,pillow and other interiors etc in 3D₹5,999





Notable Points to Remember :
  • Certification charges additional.
  • All fees mentioned above is of individual training. For Group / Corporate training's Discounts you can Contact at the CAD CAM Center. Click here for Contact
Tally ERP Course Training in Goa Institute
1.1 INTRODUCTION TO TALLY ERP 9
1.2 SALIENT FEATURES OF TALLY
1.3 ACCOUNTING FEATURES OF TALLY
1.4 ENHANCEMENTS IN TALLY .ERP 91.4.1 GENERAL ENHANCEMENTS
1.4.2 FUNCTIONAL ENHANCEMENTS
1.5 HARDWARE REQUIREMENT FOR TALLY 9
1.6 OPENING OF TALLY .ERP 9
1.7 COMPONENTS OF TALLY ERP 9
1.8 CREAT A COMPANY
1.9 SELECT COMPANY
1.10 SHUT A COMPANY
1.11 ALTER A COMPANY
1.12 DELETE A COMPANY

2. STOCK & GODOWN

2.1 INTRODUCTION TO STOCK GROUP
2.1.1 CREATING A SINGLE STOCK GROUP
2.1.2 DISPLAYING SINGLE STOCK GROUP
2.1.3 DISPLAYING MULTIPLE STOCK GROUP
2.1.4 ALTERING A SINGLE STOCK GROUP
2.1.5 ALTERING MULTIPLE STOCK GROUP
2.2 INTRODUCTION TO STOCK CATEGORIES
2.2.1 ENABLING STOCK CATEGORIES
2.2.2 CREATING A SINGLE STOCK CATEGORIES
2.2.3 CREATING MULTIPLE STOCK CATEGORIES
2.2.4 DISPLAYING A SINGLE STOCK CATEGORIES
2.2.5 DISPLAYING A MULTIPLE STOCK CATEGORIES
2.2.6 ALTERING A SINGLE STOCK CATEGORIES
2.2.7 ALTERING A MULTIPLE STOCK CATEGORIES
2.3 INTRODUCTION TO STOCK ITEM
2.3.1 CREATING A SINGLE STOCK ITEN
2.3.2 CREATING MULTIPLE STOCK ITEM
2.3.3 DISPLAYING A SINGLE STOCK ITEM
2.3.4 DISPLAYING A MULTIPLE STOCK ITEM
2.3.5 ALTERING A SINGLE STOCK ITEM
2.3.6 ALTERING A MULTIPLE STOCK ITEM
2.4 UNIT OF MEASUREMENT
2.4.1 CREATING SINGLE UNIT OF MEASUREMENT
2.4.2 CREATING COMPOUND UNITS OF MEASUREMENTS
2.4.3 DISPLAYING A UNITS OF MEASUREMENTS
2.4.4 ALTERING A UNIT OF MEASUREMENTS
2.5 INTRODUCTION TO GODOWNS
2.5.1 CREATING A SINGLE GODOWN (NORMAL MODE)
2.5.2 CREATING A SINGLE SODOWN (ADVANCE MODE)
2.5.3 CREATING MULTIPLE GODOWNS
2.5.4 DISPLAYING STOCK GODOWNS
2.5.5 ALTERING STOCK GODOWN

3. GROUP, LEDGER, VOUCHER, ORDER, INVOICE

3.1 INTRODUCTION TO GROUPS
3.1.1 CREATING A GROUP
3.1.1.1 CREATING A SINGLE GROUP
3.1.1.2 CREATING MULTIPLE GROUP
3.1.2 DISPLAYING A GROUP
3.1.2.1 DISPLAYING A SINGLE GROUP
3.1.2.2 DISPLAYING MULTIPLE GROUP
3.1.3 ALTERING GROUPS
3.1.3.1 ALTERING A SINGLE GROUP
3.1.3.2 ALTERING A MULTIPLE GROUP
3.1.3.3 DELETING A GROUP
3.2 INTRODUCTION TO LEDGERS
3.2.1 CREATING A LEDGER
3.2.1.1 CREATING A SINGLE LEDGER
3.2.1.2 CREATING A MULTIPLE LEDGER
3.2.2 DISPLAYING /ALTERNATING A LADGER CCOUNT
3.2.3 DELECTION OF A LEDGER ACCOUNT
3.3 INTRODUCTION TO VOUCHER TYPE
3.3.1 CREATING A VOUCHER TYPE
3.3.2 DISPLAYING AVOUCHER TYPE
3.3.3 ALTERNATING A VOUCHER TYPE
3.3.4 CREATING ACCOUNTING VOUCHER
3.3.5 CREATING AN INVENTORY VOUCHER
3.4 INTRODUCTION TO PURCHASE ORDERS
3.4.1 ELABLING ORDER PROCESSING
3.4.2 CREATING A PURCHASE ORDER
3.4.3 ALTERNATING A PURCHASE ODER
3.4.4 DELECTING A PURCHASE ORDER
3.5 INTRODUCTION TO SALES ORDERS
3.5.1 CREATING A SALES ORDER
3.5.2 ALTERNATING A SALES ORDER
3.5.3 DELECTING A SALSE ORDER
3.6 INTRODUCTION TO INVOICES
3.6.1 ELABLE ALLOW INVOICING? OPTION
3.6.2 CREATING AN INVOICE ENTRY
3.6.3 SETTING INVOICE / ORDERS ENTRY
3.6.4 CONFIGURE INVOICE PRINTING
3.6.5 PRINTING INVOICE / VOUCHER

4. REPORTS IN THE TALLY.ERP 9

4.1 BASIC FEATURES OF DISPLAYING REPORTS
4.2 WORKING WITH BALANCE SHEET
4.2.1 SCHEDULE VI BALANCE SHEET
4.2.2 BUTTON OPTION IN SECDULE VI BALANCE SHEET
4.2.3 CONFIGURING THE BALANCE SHEET
4.2.4 ADDING A NEW COLUMN IN A BALANCE SHEET
4.2.5 ALTERNATING FROM A COLUMN IN A BALANCE SHEET
4.2.6 DELECTING A COLUMN FROM A BALANCE SHEET
4.2.7 DISPLYING A HALF YEARLY BALANCE SHEET
4.3 WORKING WITH PROFIT & LOSS ACCOUNT
4.3.2 SCHEDULE VI PROFIT & LOSS ACCOUNT
4.3.2 BUTTON OPTION IN SECDULE VI PROFIT & LOSS ACCOUNT
4.3.3 CONFIGURING PROFIT & LOSS ACCOUNT
4.3.4 ADDING A NEW COLUMN IN A PROFIT & LOSS ACCOUNT
4.3.5 ALTERNATING A COLUMN FROM A BALANCE SHEET
4.3.6 DELECTING A COLUMN FROM A BALANCE SHEET
4.4 INCOME/EXPENSE STATEMENT INSTEND OF P&L?
4.5 WORKING WITH STOCKS SUMMARY REPORT
4.5.1 CONFIGURATION IN TRIAL BALANCE
4.6 WORKING WITH RATIO ANALYSIS
4.7 WORKING WITH TRIAL BALANCE
4.7.1 F12: CONFIGURATION IN TRIAL BALANCE
4.8 WORKING WITH DAY BOOK
4.8.1 DISPLAYING A DAY BOOK REPORT FOR A PARTICULAR VOUCHER
4.8.2 DISPLAYING THE DAY BOOK IN DETAILED VIEW
4.8.3 CONFUGRATION OF DAY BOOK REPORT

5. PAYROLL IN TALLY.ERP 9

5.1 INTRODUCTION TO PAYROLL
5.1.1 FEATURE OF TALLY ERP 9 PAYROLL
5.1.2 ENABLING PAYROLL IN TALLY. ERP 9
5.2 INTRODUCTION TO EMPLOYEE CATEGORIES
5.2.1 CREATEING SINGLE EMPLOYEE CATEGORIES
5.2.2 CREATEING MULTIPLE EMPLOYEE CATEGORIES
5.3 INTRODUCTION TO EMPLOYEE GROUPS
5.3.1 CREATEING SINGLE EMPLOYEE GROUPS
5.2.2 CREATEING MULTIPLE EMPLOYEE GROUPS
5.4 INTRODUCTION TO EMPLOYEES
5.4.1 CREATEING SINGLE EMPLOYEE
5.4.2 CREATEING MULTIPLE EMPLOYE
5.5 INTRODUCTION TO PAYROLL UNIT
5.5.1 CREATEING PAYROLL SINGLE UNIT
5.5.2 CREATEING PAYROLL COMPOUND UNIT
5.6 INTRODUCTION TO ATTENDENCE / PRODUCTION TYPES
5.6.1 CREATEING ATTENDANCE TYPE
5.6.2 CREATEING PRODUCTION TYPE
5.6.3 CREATING USER DEFINED CALENDAR TYPES
5.7 INTRODUCTION TO PAY HEADS
5.7.1 PAY HEAD TYPES
5.7.2 CREATING A PAY HEAD
5.8 PAYROLL VOUCHER ENTRY/ TRANSACTIONS
5.8.1 CREATEING ATTENDANCE / PRODUCTION VOUCHER
5.8.1.1 ATTENDENCE VOUCHER – MANUAL ENTRY
5.8.1.2 ATTENDENCE VOUCHER USING AUTO AUTO FILL
5.8.2 CREATEING PAYROLL VOUCHERS
5.8.2.1 USER DEFINED PAY HEAD PROCESS
5.8.2.2 SALARY PROCESS
5.8.2.3 PF PROCESS
5.8.2.4 ESI PROCESS
5.8.2.5 EMPLOYER PF ADMIN CHANGES PROCESSING
5.9 INTRODUCTION PAYROLL REPOTRS
5.9.1 STATEMENTS OF PAYROLL
5.9.1.1 PAY SLIP
5.9.1.2 PAY SHEET
5.9.1.3 PAYROLL STATEMENT
5.9.2 ATTENDANCE REPORTS
5.9.2.1 ATTENDANCE SHEET
5.932.2 ATTENDANCE REGISTER
5.9.3 EXPAT REPORTS
5.9.3.1 PASSPORT EXPIRY REPORT
5.9.3.3 CONTRACTEXPRIY REPOTS
5.9.4 PAYROLL STATUTORY REPORTS

6.TAXATION

6.1 INTRODUCTION TO SERVICE TAX
6.1.1 SERVICE TAX FEATURES IN TALLY.ERP9
6.1.2 ENABLING SERVICE TAX IN TALLY.ERP9
6.1.3 CREATING A SERVICE PURCHASE LEDGER
6.1.4 CREATING A SERVICE SALES LEDGER
6.1.5 CREATING A SERVICE PROVIDER (SUPPLIER) LEDGER
6.1.6 CREATING A SERVICE RECEIVER (CUSTOMER) LEDGER
6.1.7 SERVICE TAX REPORTS
6.2 TAX COLLECTED AT SOURCE (TCS)
6.2.1 FEATURES OF TCS IN TALLY.ERP 9
6.2.2 ENABLING TCS IN TALLY.ERP 9
6.2.4 CREATING SALES LEDGER AND OUTPUT VAT LEDGER
6.2.5 CREATING TCS LEADGER
6.2.6 CREATING A STOCK ITEM
6.2.7 TCS REPORTS
6.3 TAX DEDUCTED AT SOURCE (TDS)
6.3.2 CREATING A EXPENSE LEDGER
6.3.3 CREATING A PARTY LEDGER
6.3.4 CREATING A TAX LEDGER
6.3.5 TDS REPORTS
6.4 VALUE ADDED TAX (VAT)
6.4.1 VAT IN INDIA
6.4.2 GENERAL TERMINOLOGIES OF VAT
6.4.3 ENABLING REGULAR VAT IN TALLY.ERP 9
6.4.4 ENABLING COMPOSITE VAT IN TALLY.ERP 9
6.5 GOEODS AND SERVICE TAX (GTS)
6.5.1 ACTIVATING GST FOR YOUR COMPANY
6.5.2 DEACTIVATING VAT, EXCISE SND SERVICE TAX FEATURES
6.5.3 SETTING UP GST RATES
6.5.4 CREATING PURCHASE AND SALES LEDGER
6.5.5 CREATING A TAX LEDGER
6.5.6 REATING A EXPENSE LEDGER
6.5.7 CREATING A PARTY LEDGER
6.5.8 CREATING A STOCK ITEM
6.5.9 CREATING A PURCHES VOUCHER
6.5.10 CREATING A EXTEMPT PERCHES VOUCHER
6.5.11 CREATING A SALES VOUCHER
6.5.12 GST REPORTS

7. INTRODUCTION TO TALLY. NET

7.1 INTRODUCTION TO TALLY.NET
7.2 TALLY.NET FEATURES
7.3 CONFIGURE & CONNECT TO TALLY. NET
7.4 CREATE TALLY.NET USERS
7.5 REMOTE LOGIN
7.6 CREATE SECURITY CONTROLS FOR TALLY.NET USERS
7.7 AUTHORISE TALLY.NET USERS

8. IMPORTANT FEATURES OF TALLY. ERP 9

8.1 TALLY.ERP 9 FEATURES
8.2 BACKUP IN TALLY ERP 9
8.3 RESTIRING BACKUP
8.4 SPLIT COMPANY DATA
8.5 VERIFY SPLIT DATA
8.6 EXPORTING DATA
8.7 EXPORTING FORMATES
8.8 EXPORTING DATA FORM MASTER
8.9 IMPORTING DATA
8.10 IMPORTING FORMATS
8.11 IMPORTING MASTERS
8.12 IMPORTING VOUCHERS
8.13 E-MAIL REPORT
8.14 SECURITY CONTROL IN TALLY ERP 9
8.15 ENABLE SECURITY CONTROL FOR A COMPANY ( ADMINISTRATOR LOGIN)
8.16 DISABLE SECURITY CONTROL
8.17 CREATE SECURITY LEVELS

9. SHORTCUT KEYS OF TALLY.ERP 9

9.1 FUNCTION KEY COMBINATION
9.2 SPECIAL KEY COMBINATION
9.3 SPECIAL FUNCTION KEY COMBINATION
9.4 KEY COMBINATION USED FOR NAVIGATION

DIPLOMA IN COMPUTER APPLICATION(DCA) 6 MONTHS

DCA Computer Training Course in Goa Institute
Part I:  MS Word
Chapter 1: Word, a Word Processor
4.1 Welcome to Microsoft Office
4.2 Welcome to Word
4.3 Our First Document
4.4 Saving a Document
4.5 Creating a new Document
4.6 Creating a backup Copy
4.7 Dialog Box Save As Revisited
4.8 Shutting Down Word
4.9 Opening a Existing Document
4.10 Creating Templates
4.11 Handling Multiple Documents
4.12 Various Views
4.13 Home-Pane
4.13.1 Clipboard-Group
4.13.2 Front-Group
4.13.3 Paragraph- Group
4.13.4 Styles-Group
4.13.5 Editing Group
4.14 Getting Help
4.15 Preparing a Suitable Document
4.16 Dialog Box Word options and Auto Corrections
4.17 Spelling and Grammar Corrections
4.18 Navigating Keyboard Cursor
4.19 Selecting Text
4.20 Formatting Text
4.21 Setting Font and Font size Using Home-Pane
4.22 Using Bold, Italic and Underline tools
4.23 Using the Dialog Box Front
4.24 Character level and Paragraph level Formatting

Chapter 2: Mastering Word

5.1 Live Preview
5.2 Customizing Quick Access Toolbar
5.3 Bullets and Numbering
5.4 Creating a Table: User-Default Tab Setting
5.5 Creating a Table: User Defined Tab Setting
5.5.1 Using the Tab Selection –Bottom
5.5.2 Setting Tab Stops and Typing Data for Table
5.6 Using the Dialog Box Tabs
5.7 Cut, Copy and Past
5.8 Zooming in and zooming out
5.9 Subscripts and Superscripts
5.10 Inserting Symbols
5.11 Status Bar
5.12 Inserting and Removing Page Numbers
5.13 Drop Cap
5.14 Using Hyphenation
5.15 Seating a page
5.16 Paragraph Formatting
5.16.1 Alignments and Indentation Using the Tools
5.16.2 Line Spacing
5.16.3 Spacing Between paragraph
5.16.4 Indentation Using the Dialog Box paragraph
5.16.5 Formatting Complete Document
5.17 Adding Footnotes and Endnotes
5.18 Adding and Deleting Header and Footer
5.19 Be Stylish
5.20 Printing a Document
5.21 Remote Printing without Using Print files
5.22 Remote Printing Using Print Files
5.23 Welcome to word
5.23.1 Opening Screen of word
5.23.2 Our first Document and Knowing the Task-panes
5.23.3 Savings a Document
5.23.4 Creating a New Documents
5.23.5 Standers tools Bars and Formatting Toolbar
5.23.6 Creating Backup Copy
5.23.7 Shutting Down Word
5.23.8 Opening and Exiting Document
5.23.9 Nuts and Bolts of word
5.23.10 Getting help
5.23.11 changing the face office Assistant

Part II: MS Excel

Chapter 3: Excel a Spreadsheet Application

6.1 Welcome to Excel
6.2 Creating a First Workbook
6.2.1 Opening Screen of Excel
6.2.2 Component of Workbook
6.2.3 Typing data in a Worksheet
6.2.4 Edition Data and formula- Bar
6.2.5 Saving a Workbook
6.2.6 Creating a Backup Copy
6.2.7 Shutting Down Excel
6.3 Home Page
6.3.1 Clipboard- Group
6.3.2 Front –Group
6.3.3 Alignment-Group
6.3.4 Number-Group
6.3.5 Styles- Group
6.3.6 Cells- Group
6.3.7 Editing-Group
6.4 Navigating Selector
6.5 Creating a new Workbook
6.6 Opening and Existing Workbook
6.7 Selecting Multiple Workbook
6.8 AutoFill
6.9 Getting Help
6.10 Handling Multiple Workbook
6.11 Working with Worksheet
6.11.1 Renaming a Worksheet
6.11.2 Inserting a new Worksheet
6.11.3 Deleting a Worksheet
6.11.4 Moving or Coping Worksheet
6.11.5 Using Sheet-Tab-Scroll-Buttons and Tab-Split box
6.12 Cut, copy and Paste
6.13 Resizing Rows and Column
6.14 Installed Templates

Chapter 4: More Adventure with Excel

7.1 Entering Test, Numbers, and Dates
7.2 Inserting and Removing Cells, Rows, and Column
7.2.1 Inserting and Removing Cells, Rows, and Column
7.2.2 Deleting Cells, Rows, and Columns
7.3 Merging Cells
7.4 Formatting Sells and Tables
7.5 Creating Charts
7.6 Using Formulae
7.6.1 Typing a Formula in a cell
7.6.2 Entering a Formula in cell Using Copy and Paste Method
7.6.3 Entering a Formula in a cell Using AutoFill
7.6.4 How to Edit a Formula
7.6.5 How to Create a Formula
7.6.6 Relative Addressing and Absolute Addressing
7.6.7 Coping Values Instead of Formula
7.7 Using Functions
7.8 Printing Small Worksheet
7.9 Printing Large Worksheet
7.10 Creating a Database
7.11 Welcome to Excel
7.11.1 Creating a First Workbook
7.11.2 Editing Data and Formula-Bar
7.11.3 Saving and Workbook
7.11.4 Creating a Backup Copy
7.11.5 Shutting Down Excel
7.11.6 Standard toolbar and Formatting Toolbar
7.11.7 Creating a new Workbook
7.11.8 Opening and Existing Workbook
7.11.9 Nuts and Bolts of Excel

Part II: MS PowerPoint

Chapter 5: PowerPoint a Presentation Application

9.1 Welcome to PowerPoint
9.2 Opening Screen of PowerPoint
9.3 Creating a Presentation Using a Templates
9.4 Saving a Presentation
9.5 Slide Show at Home
9.6 Using View Buttons
9.7 Slide Show at Seminar Side
9.8 Opening and Existing Presentation
9.9 Creating a Presentation Using word Documents
9.10 Using Home-Pane
9.11 Adding Design to a Presentation
9.12 Adding Animation to a Presentation
9.13 Adding Sound to a Presentation
9.14 Working with Sides
9.14.1 Adding a New Sides
9.14.2 Deleting a Sides
9.14.3 Placing a Text Box on a Sides
9.14.4 Placing a Picture on a Sides
9.14.5 Placing a Clip Art on a Side
9.14.6 Placing a Video Clip on a Sides
9.15 Creating a Presentation from Scratch
9.15.1 Opening a Blank Presentation
9.15.2 Adding Footer to a Slide
9.15.3 Developing a Presentation
9.16 Welcome to PowerPoint
9.16.1 Opening Screen of PowerPoint
9.16.2 Multiple ways Of Creating Presentation
9.16.3 Creating a Presentation Using word Documents
9.16.4 Saving a Presentation
9.16.5 Using Design Temple
9.16.6 Slide Show
9.16.7 Shutting Down PowerPoint
9.16.8 Opening and Existing Presentation
9.16.9 Nuts and Bolts of PowerPoint

DIPLOMA IN DESKTOP PUBLICATION (DTP) 6 MONTH

Desktop Publishing DTP Course Training in Goa Institute

Chapter 1: Welcome to Desktop Publishing

Part I – Introduction

Why Learn Desktop Publishing (DTP)?
What is DTP?
Letterpress Printing
Wooden Types and Metal Types
Hot Metal Types
Printing Photographs
Lithography and Offset Printing
Gravure
Hardware Requirement
Software Requirement
DTP Operators Arsenal
1.1.8 Text Editors
1.8.2 Word Processors
1.8.3 Vector Illustration Applications or Drawing Applications
1.8.4 Bitmap Image Editing Application
1.8.5 Page Layout Applications
1.9 Scanning
1.10 Printing
1.11 Monitor
1.12 Input and Output Device, and Storage
1.13 Vector Graphics and Raster Graphics
1.14 Fronts
1.14.1 Front Styles
1.14.2 Serif and Sans Serifs
1.14.3 Dimension of Front
1.14.4 Fixed Pitch Front and Proportional Spaced Front
1.14.5 Scaling, Tracking, Kerning, Leading and Ligatures
1.14.6 Fronts in your computer
1.14.7 Vectors Fronts (or outline fronts) and Bitmapped Fronts
1.15 Character level and paragraph level Formatting
1.16 Drop Caps
1.17 Hyphenation
1.18 Alignments
1.19 Indentation
1.20 Single sided and double sided Documents
1.21 Headers and Footers
1.22 Footnotes and Endnotes
1.23 Using the Mouse
1.24 Using the keyboard
1.25 Selecting the Text and Graphics
1.26 Cut, copy, paste and clipboard
1.27 Graphics File Formats
1.28 Half-tone Image
1.29 Screen colors (RGB) and Printer colors (CMYK)
1.30 Sports colors and process colors
1.31 colors separation
1.32 coleus half –tone Image
1.33 Generic process in Desktop publishing

Part II: CorelDraw 10

Chapter 2: The Fascinating CorelDraw 10

2.1 Welcome to CorelDraw 10
2.1.1 Starting CorelDraw 10
2.1.2 Creating the very fast Drawing
2.1.3 Saving the Drawing
2.1.4 Closing the Drawing and shutting Down CorelDraw 10
2.2 Opening and Exiting Drawing
2.3 The dialog Box Open Drawing
2.4 Status Bar
2.5 Cartesian Coordinates
2.6 The property Bar
2.7 Creating a Text File
2.8 Basic Terms
2.9 The toolbox
2.10 Page and Pasteboard

Chapter 3: Adventures with CorelDraw 10

3.1 Standard Tool Bar
3.2 Handling Shapes using the property Bar
3.3 Rotating Objects
3.4 Lines and Arrows
3.5 Page and Document Setup
3.6 Rulers, Guidelines and grid
3.7 Using Dockers window
3.8 Using Test
3.8.1 Artistic Test
3.8.2 Paragraph Test
3.8.3 Formatting Text
3.9 Using Help
3.10 Printing a Drawing
3.11 Arrangement of Objects
3.12 Using the Library of Clip Arts and Bitmap Image
3.13 Fun with the Artistic Media Tool
Part III: Color Plates

Part IV: Photoshop 7

Chapter 4: The Exciting Photoshop 7

4.1 Welcome to Photoshop 7
4.2 Opening an Image
4.3 Saving an Image
4.4 Closing an Image and Shutting Down Photoshop
4.5 Creating a new Image
4.6 Using the toolbox
4.7 Tool Options Bar

Chapter 5: More fun with Photoshop 7

5.1 Using Layers
5.1.1 The Layers Palette
5.1.2 Adding a new Layer
5.1.3 Hiding a Layer
5.1.4 Renaming a Layer
5.1.5 Removing or deleting a layer
5.1.6 Merging Layers
5.1.7 Copy and Paste with Image
5.1.8 Flattening the Image
5.2 Seeking Help
5.3 Paths for saving Selection
5.4 Fascinating Colors
5.4.1 Various Colors model
5.4.2 The Colors Pickers
5.4.3 The Colors Palette
5.4.4 The Colors Swatches Palette
5.4.5 ICC (inter- Color Consortium)
5.5 Inserting Test and Image
5.6 Printing Image
5.7 Filters to Improve the Image

Part V: PageMaker 7

Chapter 6: The Marvelous Page Maker 7

6.1 Why PageMaker?
6.2 Creating a new publication in PageMaker 7
6.2.1 Starting PageMaker 7
6.2.2 The dialog Boxes Document Setup and save Publication
6.2.3 Closing the publication and Shutting PageMaker
6.3 The Dialog Box Open Publication
6.4 Text Blocks
6.4.1 Drawing a Text Block by dragging the mouse-cursor
6.4.2 Empty Test Blocks are Deleted Automatically
6.4.3 Creating a Test Block by a Mouse click
6.4.4 Fitting Test Blocks on a page
6.4.5 Inserting Pages While Placing Test
6.5 Handling Pages
6.5.1 Inserting Page
6.5.2 Deleting Page
6.5.3 Go to the desired page
6.6 Flow of Text in linked Text Blocks
6.7 Using the Toolbox

Chapter 7: The Power of PageMaker 7 Unleashed

7.1 Using the Tool Bar
7.2 Importing Text
7.3 Manual Semi-automatic and Automatic Test Flow
7.4 Importing Picture
7.5 Wrapping Text around pictures
7.6 Character Level Formatting
7.7 Paragraph Level Formatting
7.8 Opening Multiple Publication Windows
7.9 Using Story Editors
7.9.1 Editing and Existing Story
7.9.2 Creating a new Story
7.9.3 Using Story Editor Effectively
7.10 Spelling, Find, and Change
7.10.1 Checking Spelling
7.11.1 Dialog Boxes Find Change
7.11 View, Page, and Pasteboard
7.12 Grouping and Arranging
7.13 Using Styles
7.13.1 Using the Predefined Styles
7.13.1 Creating a new Style
7.13.2 Using Styles Effectively
7.14 Using the Document master pages
7.14.1 Why Use Master Page
7.14.2 Numbering Pages
7.15.3 Creating the Sample Publication Nature
7.15 Sample Publication
7.16 Printing and Color Separation

Chapter 8: A quick tours of QuarkXPress, MS Publisher, Corel VENTURA, and Adobe Illustrator

8.1 A Quick Tour of QuarkXPress 4.0
8.1.1 Creating a new Document
8.1.2 Saving a Document and Creating a Template
8.1.3 Closing and Opening a Document Shutting QuarkXPress
8.1.4 Using the Tools Platte
8.1.5 Creating and Linking Text Boxes
8.1.6 Importing Text
8.1.7 Importing Pictures
8.1.8 Resizing and Relocating Boxes
8.1.9 Formatting Text
8.2 Quick Tour of MS Publisher 2000
8.3 Quick Tour of Corel VANTURA 5.0
8.4 Quick Tour of Adobe Illustrator 9.0
8.5 Generic Tips for DTP Professional

Diploma in Interior Design Syllabus after 12th (2019) with Examination Marks

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DIPLOMA IN INTERIOR DESIGN (D.I.D.) (ONE YEAR)
Course/ Syllabus

Diploma in Interior Design

  1.  Name of the Course :-Diploma in Interior Design
  2. Eligibility :- 10+2
  3. Duration :- One Year (Full Time)
  4. Course Timing :- Monday to Saturday
  5. Medium of Teaching :- Hindi / English.

Admission Procedure :- By written and oral Exam.
Semester wise Interior Design Course
Diploma In Interior Design
Marks
Sl. No. Paper Code Paper Name External Internal Total Marks
1ST SEMESTER
1 DID-101 Residential Interior Space Design 75 25 100
2 DID-102 Building Materials - I 75 25 100
3 DID-103 Drawing and Graphics 75 25 100
4 DID- 104 Commercial Interior Space Design Design – 75 25 100
5 DID-105 Project - I -Residential Interior Space Design – 75 25 100
2ND SEMESTER
6 DID-106 Project - II -Commercial Interior Space Design – 75 25 100
7 DID-107 Building Services - I 75 25 100
8 DID-108 Professional Practice-I 75 25 100
9 DID-109 Practical – I Drawing and Graphics 75 25 100
10 DID-110 Practical – II Building Construction 75 25 100
Total 1000

Detailed Syllabus for PG Diploma (DID) - Interior Design

 Interior Designing Course Goa


1. Residential Interior Space Design (Marks 100) Paper Code – DID-101
Residential Interior Space Design

Unit No. 1: Introduction of Design
Unit No. 2: Elements of Design
Unit No. 3: Principles of Design
Unit No. 4: Introduction of Interior Design
Unit No. 5: Standard Dimensions of Living Room Furniture Unit No. 6: Dining Area Furniture
Unit No. 7: Bedroom Furniture
Unit No. 8: Kitchen Furniture
Unit No. 9: Bathroom / Toilet (Sanitary Wares)
Unit No. 9: Measurement Plan
Unit No. 10: Bubble Diagram and Furniture Layout
Unit No. 11: Interior Elevations of Walls
Unit No. 12: Planning of Living Room
Unit No. 13: Planning of Dining Area
Unit No. 14: Planning of Bedroom
Unit No. 15: Planning of Kitchen
Unit No. 16: Planning of Bathroom
Unit No. 17: Planning of the Circulation Space
Unit No. 18: Flooring Layout
Unit No. 19: False Ceiling
Unit No. 20: Electrical Layout
Unit No. 21: Room Orientation

2. Building Materials - I (Marks 100) Paper Code – DID-102

Unit No. 1: Brick:
Qualities of good brick, Field test, Terminology, Precautions to be taken in bricklaying & size.
Unit No. 2: Stone:
Classification, Qualities of good stone Laying Dressing Different textures and applications.
Unit No. 3: Sand:
Types and application
Unit No. 4: Timber:
Types, Cross sections of exogenous tree Defects in timber, Seasoning, Application in interior, Application of artificial timber e.g. veneers plywood.
Unit No. 5: Cement:
Types, Field test for cement Application of cement
Types Application
Unit No. 6: Lime:
Types Application, Application in Interior Design
Unit No. 7: Concrete:
Types Application, Precautions to be taken in handling and transportation.
Unit No. 8: Glass:
Types Applications of glass in various interiors.
Varnishes: Types and applications in various interiors.
Unit No. 9: Hardware:
Types and application

3: Drawings and Graphics (Marks 100) Paper Code – DID-103

Unit No. 1: Draftsman ship
1. Introduction to Draftsmanship
2. Need for training, duties determining needs and wishes of the client
3. Relationship between two-dimensional and three dimensional diagrams

Unit No. 2: Drafting Tools and techniques

1. Introduction of drawing table and boards, How to handle – handling paper and pencil.
2. Types of scales, Tools for curves and irregular forms – Drawing aids.
3. Drafting mediums – Tracing papers, tracing cloth, watercolor paper, sketch
Paper, vellum and polyester film
Unit No.3: Basics of Drawing

1. Measurements
2. Lines – Types of lines and lines thickness
3. Lettering – Single stroke letter, Gothic letters.
4. Dimensioning – Types of dimensioning, different types of dimensioning lines
5. Drawing and drawing methods
6. Geometrical figures
7. Structural symbols, window and door symbols.
8. Plumbing symbols and electrical symbols.

Unit No. 4: Architectural Drawing


Architectural Drawing Interior Designing Course Goa

1. Orthographic and isometric Projection
2. Perspective Projection – one point and two point Free Hand
3. Sciography – Shades and Shadow of objects, Presentation Techniques
4. Rendering and Colouring
5. Presentation Drawing, Perspective Projection

4: Commercial Interior Space Design Portfolio & Viva Voce (Marks 100) Paper Code – DID-104

Commercial Interior Space Design  by CAD CAM Centre  Goa
Unit No. 1: Introduction to design
Unit No. 2: Standard dimensions of office furniture
Unit No. 3: Waiting area furniture
Unit No. 4: Office table computer work furniture
Unit No. 5: Staff cabin furniture
Unit No. 6: Office files storage and cabinets
Unit No. 7: Common areas
Unit No. 8: Main cabins
Unit No. 9: Conference room
Unit No. 10: Pantry area
Unit No. 11: Canteen
Unit No. 12: WCs
Unit No. 13: Store room
Unit No. 14: Planning of the circulation space
Unit No. 15: Planning of office

5: Residential Interior Space Design- Project -I (Marks 100) Paper Code – DID-105

Residential Interior Space Design  by CAD CAM Training Center Goa
Unit No. 1: Design brief
Unit No. 2: Picture board - 3
Unit No. 3: Principles of Design – 3 sheets
Unit No. 4: Measurement Plan-1
Unit No. 5: Civil Changes layout -1
Unit No. 6: Bubble diagram – (5 sheets)
Unit No. 7: Concept of Design (write-up)
Unit No. 8: Furniture layout
Unit No. 9: Elevation – (12 Sheets)
Unit No. 10: Flooring layout
Unit No. 11: Reflected False ceiling layout
Unit No. 12: Electrical layout
Unit No. 13: Plumbing layout
Unit No. 14: A/C layout
Unit No. 15: Perspective – (10 Sheets)
Unit No. 16: Perspective of external facade
Unit No. 17: Material Chart
Unit No. 18: Estimate
Unit No. 19: Model

6: Commercial Interior Space Design- Project - II (Marks 100) Paper Code – DID-106
Commercial Interior Space Design in Goa

Unit No. 1: Design brief
Unit No. 2: Picture board - 3
Unit No. 3: Principles of Design – 3 sheets
Unit No. 4: Measurement Plan-1
Unit No. 5: Civil Changes layout -1
Unit No. 6: Bubble diagram – (5 sheets)
Unit No. 7: Concept of Design (write-up)
Unit No. 8: Furniture layout
Unit No. 9: Elevation – (12 Sheets)
Unit No. 10: Flooring layout
Unit No. 11: Reflected False ceiling layout
Unit No. 12: Electrical layout
Unit No. 13: Perspective – (10 Sheets)
Unit No. 14: Material Chart
Unit No. 15: Estimate
7: Building Services - I (Marks 100) Paper Code – DID-107
Unit No. 1: Sanitary Fixtures and Fittings
Unit No. 2: Building Drainage System
Unit No. 3: Acoustics
Unit No. 4: Air Conditioning
Unit No. 5: Termite proofing, waterproofing

8: Professional Practice - I (Marks 100) Paper Code – DID-108
Unit No. 1: Estimate
Unit No. 2: Office letter writing
Unit No. 3: Role of Designer
Unit No. 4: Role of Indian Institute of Interior Designers
9: Drawing and Graphics – Practical -I (Marks 100) Paper Code – DID-109
Note: The Portfolio should cover sheet from all the chapters mentioned below:

Unit No. 1: Draftsman ship
1. Introduction to Draftsmanship
2. Need for training, duties determining needs and wishes of the client
3. Relationship between two-dimensional and three dimensional diagrams

Unit No. 2: Drafting Tools and techniques
1. Introduction of drawing table and boards, How to handle – handling paper and pencil.
2. Types of scales, Tools for curves and irregular forms – Drawing aids.
3. Drafting mediums – Tracing papers, tracing cloth, watercolor paper, sketch
Paper, vellum and polyester film.

Unit No. 3: Basics of Drawing
1. Measurements
2. Lines – Types of lines and lines thickness
3. Lettering – Single stroke letter, Gothic letters.
4. Dimensioning – Types of dimensioning, different types of dimensioning lines
5. Drawing and drawing methods
6. Geometrical figures

Unit No. 4: Architectural Symbols
1. Structural symbols, window and door symbols.
2. Plumbing symbols and electrical symbols.

Unit No. 5: Architectural Drawing
1. Orthographic and isometric Projection
2. Perspective Projection – one point and two point Free Hand
3. Sciography – Shades and Shadow of objects, Presentation Techniques
4. Rendering and Colouring
5. Presentation  Drawing, Perspective Projection
10: Building Materials - Practical - II (Marks 100) Paper Code – DID-110
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Unit No. 1: Brick:
Qualities of good brick, Field test, Terminology,
Precautions to be taken in bricklaying & size.

Unit No. 2: Stone:
Classification, Qualities of good stone Laying Dressing Different textures and applications.
Types and application

Unit No. 3: Timber:
Types, Cross sections of exogenous tree Defects in timber, Seasoning, Application in interior,
Application of artificial timber e.g. veneers plywood.

Unit No.4: Cement:
Types, Field test for cement Application of cement

Unit No. 5: Lime:
Types Application
Application in Interior Design

Unit No. 6: Concrete:
Types Application precautions to be taken in handling and transportation.

Unit No.7: Glass:
Types Applications of glass in various interiors.
Varnishes: Types and applications in various interiors.

Unit No. 8: Hardware:
Types and application

What is the eligibility for interior designing courses?
The eligibility required for interior design course is at least completed 10+2. 
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We have Started the ETABS Courses in Goa with the Aim to provide Best Structural Design Learning for the Students in Civil Engineering allied streams.

ETABS Program Description Objective, ETABS menu commands, Time Saving Options, Templates and Defaults, Basic process, Forms.



ETABS “Screen”

The ETABS Window, Main title Bar, Menu Bar, Toolbars and Buttons, Model Explorer, Display Windows, Display Title Tab, Status Bar, Working Plane Drop-Down List, Mouse Pointer Position Coordinates, Drawing & Selection Drop- down List, Coordinate System Drop-Down List, Currents units, file operation, edit, view, define, draw, select, assign, analyze, Display, design, detailing, options.

Basic modes, Drawing tools, mouse pointers
Objective, select or draw.

Begin a model
Objective, create the basic grid system, grid dimensions( Plan)- Define a grid system, story dimensions- define story data.

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Create the structural model
Objective, and structural objects using templates, define properties, material properties, frame sections, auto selection list, add structural objects manually, draw beams, draw secondary ( infill ) beams, Draw the Floor, Draw walls, Draw wall stack. 

Select structural objects
Objectives, selecting, graphical selection options, selecting by coordinates, selecting by features, deselect command, invert selection command, get previous selections commands.

Assign/Change Properties
Objective, assign the AUTOLATBM, Auto select selection list, make an assignment as the object is drawn, make an assignment using the model explorer.

Load the structural model
Objective, Structural loads, define the load patterns, auto lateral load, self-weight multiplier, modify an existing load pattern, delete an existing load pattern, define shell uniform load sets, assign structural loads.

Define load cases
Objective, Review/create load cases

Edit the model Geometry
Objective, editing options,

Analyze the model
Objective, set the mesh options, model analyses, model alive feature, locking and unlocking the model.

Design
Objective, design the structure.

Detailing
Objective, detailing process, references, rebar selection rules, start detailing, edit views, create and manage drawing sheets,

Display results
Objective, Obtain basic graphical displays, graphical displays using model explorer, tabular display of results, generate results, Objective, summary report, print graphics, export results.

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  • Introduction to Project Management
  • Understanding the Project Contest and Parameters
  • Working and Analyze CPM Networks
  • Working with  PERT Diagrams
  • Enterprise Project Structure (EPS),OBS
  • Working with Activities, Sequencing
  • Relations, Assigning Calendar - Definition,
  • Assigning & Editing 
  • WBC-Work Breakdown Structure 
  • Activity Codes, Scheduling
  • Cost Accounting , Budget Calculation 
  • Bars,Columns , Layouts
  • Working with Resource, Definition
  • Assignment , Resource Calendars
  • Resource Leveling , Resource Curves
  • Groups, Filters, User Defined Data Type
  • Global Change Concept
  • Updating Project, Baseline
  • Tracking of Projects
Stadd Pro Professional Course in GOA is made for CAD Experts you want to excel further. Here are the list of Complete Syllabus , one has to complete to get the certification.
    Staad Pro Course Syllabus Margao, Goa India
  • Creating Models, Structures, Graphical Interface,
  • Steel Designing
  • How to Specify Member Properties
  • How to Specify Material Constants
  • How to Specify Supports
  • How to Specify Loads
  • How to Specify Analysis Type
  • Annotating the Displacements
  • Creating Models of a Reinforced 
  • Concrete Framed Structure
  • Modeling and Analysis of a Slab
  • Interoperability Feature
  • Interactive Design Information 
  • Creating Models Using Graphical Interface 
  • Performing Analysis and Designing 
  • Viewing Results Using the Output File  
  • Viewing Post Post -Processing 
  • Strees Contours 
  • Specifying  Post-Analysis Print Commands
  • Producing on Onscreen Report
  • Viewing Supports Reactions
The Syllabus under the Course of  Diploma In Civil Design is mentioned below. All the Students who complete the Course will get there respective Certificates.

 APPROVAL PLAN using AutoCAD 2D


Diploma in Civil Design Syllabus India
  1. Floor Plan Drawing
  2. Elevation Drawing
  3. Section Drawing
  4. Roof Plan
  5. Site Plan
  6. Location Plan 
  7. Schedule Statement
  8. Area Statement
  9. Printing

3D MODELLING using AutoCAD 3D


  1. House Modelling
  2. Applying Materials
  3. Rendering 
  4. Make Images 
  5. Make Videos(Walkhtrough)

R.C.C DETAIL using STAAD PRO


    Goa Staad PRO Courses with Diploma Certificate
  1. Slab Design
  2. Beam Design
  3. Column Design
  4. Staircase Design
  5. Footing Design