CADD Centre to organize workshop for Civil Engineers & Students


Trivandrum: CADD Centre, a leader in CAD/CAM/CAE education, which runs more than 40 training centres in Kerala and more than 500 centres across India, will organize a workshop on ‘Emerging Trends in Infrastructure Management Solutions’ in association with US-based Bentley Inc, a reputed software developer for the infrastructure project designs, on September 24, 2015 in Thiruvananthapuram.

The workshop, aimed at civil engineering aspirants and students from across Kerala, will be held from 3.30 pm to 6 pm. Speakers from Bentley Inc and CADD Centre will address the civil engineering aspirants and students. Sessions would include a talk on Ream World Structures using STAAD Pro by Surojith Ghosh, Technical Consultant, CADD Centre, and an Overview of Building Information Modelling by Guganeswaran, Country Head, Business Support, CADD Centre.

In the context of latest developments where computer skills have become a must for all the engineering students, the workshop would help aid civil engineering aspirants to get a first-hand knowledge on trends, opportunities and the future of the topic. Attaining proficiency in computer skills related to Land Survey, 2D Drafting, Building Information Modelling and Structural Design will help the students to position themselves in the way they look at the future.

According to Alagar Rajan C, Executive Director, CADD Centre, Thiruvananthapuram, “The event being organized in collaboration with Bentley Inc would help in creating awareness on the current industry trends and the way how the students need to equip themselves for the same. As a token of support, the students who participate in the workshop will be offered licenses of MicroStation, STAAD.Pro and ProStructure with a validity of 90 days, which they can use for their college projects.”

Civil engineering aspirants and students who wish to attend the workshop may call 9249000200 for more details. Two similar workshops will also be held on September 25 at Nagercoil.

Kerala IT News