M.Tech in CAD/CAM Engineering Syllabus

Computer Aided Design / Computer Aided Manufacturing

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M.Tech in CAD/CAM Engineering Syllabus

Tech in CAD/CAM Engineering Course Details

The Mechanical Engineering Department offers a two-year postgraduate program specializing in Computer-Aided Design and Computer-Aided Manufacturing (M.Tech CAD/CAM), also known as Master of Engineering (M.E).

As the top Mechanical Engineering Department in Ahmedabad (Gujarat), the Department has highly skilled and experienced faculty members specializing in advanced fields.

Prerequisites

The course M.Tech Computer-Aided Design and Manufacturing from Indus Institute of Technology and Engineering content is structured so that all critical concepts from these courses are reintroduced where necessary, including a lecture series that explores the fundamentals of solid mechanics and materials. The course set combines preliminary and subsequent courses like Design and Construction.

FRC Approval : Fees Rs. 110,000/- Yearly  

Admission Process
The Objective of the Course
Course Outcomes at Indus University
Laboratories for Practical
Opportunities in Future
Placement Cell at Indus

Admission Process

25% of the sanctioned strength of Management & NRI quota will be filled up based on merit as per the eligibility criteria decided by AICTE & Gujarat State Government and procedure laid down by ACPC.

Eligibility

The eligibility criteria are a minimum of 50% marks in B.E./B.Tech with the qualifying GATE Score or State level entrance exam for M.E./M.Tech

Course Duration

2 Years (4 Semesters)

Intake

18 Seats

The Objective of the Course

  • To prepare students to excel in professional career by acquiring knowledge in mathematics, science and engineering principles.
  • To prepare students to have strong core and technical knowledge in Mechanical Engineering and allied disciplines contributing to society through interdisciplinary research, entrepreneurial skills and leadership qualities with a global outlook.
  • To inculcate teamwork, communication, interpersonal skills and ethical approach adapting to changing environments of engineering and technology by engaging in life-long learning.

Learning outcomes

  • At the end of the course, the student will be able to
  1. Conceive, design and analyze new products or design and optimize existing ones through teamwork
  2. Use CAD to create individual components and assemblies (Design for Assembly, DFA)
  3. Use FEM to research product behavior and to confirm the results using stress-strain analysis and failure theories.
  4. Prototyping Using RP
  5. Selecting and Using CAM Tools and Techniques

CAD/CAM is designed to combine the basics learned in an application. This course builds on and applies knowledge from subsequent classes.

The lectures provide an overview of material science, mechanics, stresses, design of machine elements, failure theories and conceptual design and visualization techniques, which mainly include teamwork in computer laboratories to carry out various projects: CAD, FEM, CAE and RP.

In addition, students learn CAM principles and participate in CNC demonstrations. Students work in teams to design, analyze and manufacture the parts needed to create a prototype assembly as a final design or to reverse engineer and reproduce an existing assembly.

Lectures between laboratory sessions introduce concepts needed in computational projects, including technical drawing and the finite element method. Emphasis is on validating FEM results using analytical theory. SolidWorks is used in all computer lab sessions.

Laboratories for Practical

Laboratory for Computer-Aided Design

The Computer-Aided Design (CAD) Lab in the Mechanical Engineering Department is well-equipped with computers, 28 individual workstations, and the most cutting-edge Indus University technology. Modern hardware and software-supported high-end terminals. CAD lab computers are set up with programmes like AutoCAD, Inventor, ANSYS, etc.

Students receive expert instruction in the CAD lab utilizing the most recent AutoCAD software for 2D drafting and 3D modelling of mechanical engineering graphics. Students will get knowledge of 3D solid modelling definition and computer-aided design layout as well software based simulation like FEM, CFD etc. Additionally, students will pick up the design and drafting skills necessary for mechanical engineering.

Laboratory for Computer-Integrated Manufacturing

Industrial robots are used to control pneumatically computerized numerical control devices in the CIM & Robotics laboratory. This lab's goal is to acquaint students with CNC codes so they can do automated turning and milling tasks.

Laboratory for Material Strength

Students are meant to become familiar with the various material impacts through the Strength of Material Laboratory. By studying the engineering impacts of materials and examining solids and structures, it is possible to gain a basic understanding of the notions of stress and strain.

M. Tech Computer Aided Analysis and Design - Career opportunities

  • Mechanical core industries, including Aerospace, Automobile, etc.
  • National and international research centers.
  • E India, Honeywell, Altair, Bosch, Landt, TCS.
  • Design and analysis of mechanical systems, product and development, research and development, and Academics.

Explore the exciting world of design with our M.Tech in Computer-Aided Design and Manufacturing course! Made for those with a passion for innovation, this program blends creativity with technical skills. Learn the ins and outs of computer-aided design (CAD), mastering advanced software to bring your ideas to life. The course covers everything from engineering components to architectural marvels, equipping you with the skills needed to excel in a competitive industry. With hands-on projects and expert guidance,students will gain practical experience.

Explore the exciting design world with our M.Tech in Computer-Aided Design(CAD) and Manufacturing course! Made for those having a passion about innovation, this program blends with creativity and technical skills. Learn the technicalities of computer-aided design (CAD), mastering advanced software to bring your ideas to life hassle-free. The course offers everything from engineering components, architectural elements and equipping you with the skills needed to excel in the competitive industry. Students will gain practical experience with hands-on projects and expert guidance. 

Placement Cell at Indus

Indus University has an autonomous vertical - Training & Placement Department (T & P Dept.) - that connects two vital ends: education and the industry. It exemplifies a link between schools and university constituent associations (entry-level input) and the sector (output-end at the finishing level).

The Training and Placement Department was established in 2006. It was previously affiliated with the Indus Institute of Technology & Engineering until becoming a part of the Indus University in 2012.

The Training and Placement Department is the hub for career assistance for students from all programmes and streams at the university. It provides students with overall career solutions by encouraging them to choose and pursue their ideal vocations.


25% of the sanctioned strength of Management & NRI quota will be filled up based on merit as per the eligibility criteria decided by AICTE & Gujarat State Government and procedure laid down by ACPC.

Eligibility

The eligibility criteria are a minimum of 50% marks in B.E./B.Tech with the qualifying GATE Score or State level entrance exam for M.E./M.Tech

Course Duration

2 Years (4 Semesters)

Intake

18 Seats

Tuition fees

Rs. 1,26,000 per annum

  • To prepare students to excel in professional career by acquiring knowledge in mathematics, science and engineering principles.
  • To prepare students to have strong core and technical knowledge in Mechanical Engineering and allied disciplines contributing to society through interdisciplinary research, entrepreneurial skills and leadership qualities with a global outlook.
  • To inculcate teamwork, communication, interpersonal skills and ethical approach adapting to changing environments of engineering and technology by engaging in life-long learning.

Learning outcomes

  • At the end of the course, the student will be able to
  1. Conceive, design and analyze new products or design and optimize existing ones through teamwork
  2. Use CAD to create individual components and assemblies (Design for Assembly, DFA)
  3. Use FEM to research product behavior and to confirm the results using stress-strain analysis and failure theories.
  4. Prototyping Using RP
  5. Selecting and Using CAM Tools and Techniques

CAD/CAM is designed to combine the basics learned in an application. This course builds on and applies knowledge from subsequent classes.

The lectures provide an overview of material science, mechanics, stresses, design of machine elements, failure theories and conceptual design and visualization techniques, which mainly include teamwork in computer laboratories to carry out various projects: CAD, FEM, CAE and RP.

In addition, students learn CAM principles and participate in CNC demonstrations. Students work in teams to design, analyze and manufacture the parts needed to create a prototype assembly as a final design or to reverse engineer and reproduce an existing assembly.

Lectures between laboratory sessions introduce concepts needed in computational projects, including technical drawing and the finite element method. Emphasis is on validating FEM results using analytical theory. SolidWorks is used in all computer lab sessions.

Laboratory for Computer-Aided Design

The Computer-Aided Design (CAD) Lab in the Mechanical Engineering Department is well-equipped with computers, 28 individual workstations, and the most cutting-edge Indus University technology. Modern hardware and software-supported high-end terminals. CAD lab computers are set up with programmes like AutoCAD, Inventor, ANSYS, etc.

Students receive expert instruction in the CAD lab utilizing the most recent AutoCAD software for 2D drafting and 3D modelling of mechanical engineering graphics. Students will get knowledge of 3D solid modelling definition and computer-aided design layout as well software based simulation like FEM, CFD etc. Additionally, students will pick up the design and drafting skills necessary for mechanical engineering.

Laboratory for Computer-Integrated Manufacturing

Industrial robots are used to control pneumatically computerized numerical control devices in the CIM & Robotics laboratory. This lab's goal is to acquaint students with CNC codes so they can do automated turning and milling tasks.

Laboratory for Material Strength

Students are meant to become familiar with the various material impacts through the Strength of Material Laboratory. By studying the engineering impacts of materials and examining solids and structures, it is possible to gain a basic understanding of the notions of stress and strain.

M. Tech Computer Aided Analysis and Design - Career opportunities

  • Mechanical core industries, including Aerospace, Automobile, etc.
  • National and international research centers.
  • E India, Honeywell, Altair, Bosch, Landt, TCS.
  • Design and analysis of mechanical systems, product and development, research and development, and Academics.

Explore the exciting world of design with our M.Tech in Computer-Aided Design and Manufacturing course! Made for those with a passion for innovation, this program blends creativity with technical skills. Learn the ins and outs of computer-aided design (CAD), mastering advanced software to bring your ideas to life. The course covers everything from engineering components to architectural marvels, equipping you with the skills needed to excel in a competitive industry. With hands-on projects and expert guidance,students will gain practical experience.

Explore the exciting design world with our M.Tech in Computer-Aided Design(CAD) and Manufacturing course! Made for those having a passion about innovation, this program blends with creativity and technical skills. Learn the technicalities of computer-aided design (CAD), mastering advanced software to bring your ideas to life hassle-free. The course offers everything from engineering components, architectural elements and equipping you with the skills needed to excel in the competitive industry. Students will gain practical experience with hands-on projects and expert guidance. 

Indus University has an autonomous vertical - Training & Placement Department (T & P Dept.) - that connects two vital ends: education and the industry. It exemplifies a link between schools and university constituent associations (entry-level input) and the sector (output-end at the finishing level).

The Training and Placement Department was established in 2006. It was previously affiliated with the Indus Institute of Technology & Engineering until becoming a part of the Indus University in 2012.

The Training and Placement Department is the hub for career assistance for students from all programmes and streams at the university. It provides students with overall career solutions by encouraging them to choose and pursue their ideal vocations.

FAQs

What is an M.Tech in CAD/CAM about?

The operation, application, and specialization of computer software to produce designs for many sectors are known as CAD/CAM engineering. It aims to develop drafting abilities for electrical structures.

Who Should Choose an M.Tech in CAD/CAM?

Candidates may choose this programme if they want to master the subject at a high level and have a solid understanding of the computer-based drafting, design, simulation, optimization, process planning, manufacturing etc. which are used in product design.

What is the duration of the M.Tech CAD/CAM course?

The 2-year M.Tech CAD/CAM programme is broken into two semesters per year over the course of its four semesters. The effectiveness of applicants is assessed at the conclusion of each semester based on their performance in written exams, seminars, assignments, and project work. In second semester, student chose either Industrial problem or in-house project on which to understand it and then provide necessary solution with due validation for effective implementation for societal/industrial need.

Department Activities

Indus Institute of Technology & Engineering Students Gear Up for MEGA ATV Championship 2024 with 'Kapi Dhwaja' Unveiling Ceremony

Students from the Automobile Engineering - Indus Institute of Technology & Engineering Department will be participating in the MEGA ATV Championship 2024. After diligent effort, the students have successfully prepared an ATV named "Kapi Dhwaja," which was unveiled on May 6,2024 in presence of esteemed dignitaries: Dr. Sandeep Chakravorty (Hon’ble Executive President), Dr. R.K Singh (Registrar), Dr. Vedvyas Dwivedi (Executive Vice-President), Dr. Suketu Jani (Deputy Registrar) and Dr. Ishbir Singh (Director, IITE). The motivation to participate in such an event was provided by Dr. Suketu Jani, and under his guidance, Mr. Bharat Dogra (Head of Department, Automobile) and Mr. Madhusudan Barot (Faculty Adviser) spearheaded this initiative. We extend our best wishes to the Tomcar Viking Team and anticipate a stellar performance from them at the National Championship Event.

Inauguration of Antenna Testing Lab

Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering inaugurated Industry Sponsored “Antenna Design Lab” on April 24, 2024.The lab is poised to support Antenna Testing for researchers in the domain of RF/Antenna.Post-inauguration, the Department of Electronics & Communication hosted an enriching Expert Talk on “Design & Testing of Antennas for Navigational Modules” by Dr. Abhishek Rawat, Associate Professor at IIT RAM, Ahmedabad. Dr. Rawat illustrated the application of the Anechoic Chamber and Vector Network Analyzer (VNA) to over 25 students from EC/ICT/EL backgrounds. The establishment of this lab signals a commitment to bolstering research in the field of RF/Antenna technology.

Workshop on Robotics in collaboration with e-Yantra Team, IIT Bombay For Engg. Students

The Department of Electronics and Communication conducted an incredible workshop on Robotics using e-Yantra Lab Tools at Indus University, Ahmedabad on April 13, 2024 led by experts from e-Yantra Team, IIT Bombay. This hands-on session was tailored for engineering students and witnessed participation of 45 students, including attendees from DDU, Ganpat University, and various other universities across Gujarat.