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PG Diploma in CPM & BIM Course

PG Diploma in CPM & BIM Course

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Years of R & D in Syllabus

  • Introduction to AutoCAD
  • Drafting Tools
  • Basic Drawing Tools
  • Modify Tools
  • Advanced Tools
  • Plan development
    • Basic Settings
    • Methods of drawing walls
    • Joinery block placements
    • Finishing Elements
    • Reinforced Concrete Elements
    • Rules for section line
    • Tags and dimensions
    • Fills
    • First Floor Edit
    • GF Elevation
    • Sunshade Section and Elevation
    • FF Elevation
    • GF Section
    • Staircase designing
    • FF section
    • Section Text placement
  • A3 print out using Layout
  • Introduction/Importance of Quantity Surveying
  • Role & Responsibilities of a Quantity Surveyor
  • Procedure of Estimation & Costing
  • Tender & Bid
  • Sanctions and types of Estimates
  • Standard Units and Technical Terms
  • Rules for measurements as per IS:1200
  • RCC beams & Reinforcement details
  • Reinforcement detailing of RCC Slabs
  • Reinforced concrete column
  • Quantity Calculations
  • BBS for RCC-Beam, Slab, Column with footing, retaining wall
  • Methods of taking out quantities.
  • BOQ of 2600 sq. ft residential building
  • Rate analysis of civil works-Elements & Requirements
  • Setting out of foundation trenches
  • Standard size of rooms in residential building and their locations
  • Lightening and ventilation of rooms
  • Types of pipe fittings in plumbing system
  • Vastu shastra for building construction
  • Anti-Termite Treatment
  • Painting Process
  • Autodesk – Quantity Take-Off (QTO)
  • Project-Residential Building with BOQ
  • FIDIC standards

Introduction to Quantity Survey

  • Who is a Quantity Surveyor?
  • Different types of Estimates
  • General terms used in the Detailed estimation

Introduction to Excel

  • Data Entry 
  • Cell Adjusting
  • Formatting
  • Coping and Filling
  • Worksheets
  • Formulas
  • View windows
  • Compare 2 sheets

Introduction to PDF Exchange Editor

Sample sheet preparation

  • Rain water recharge pit
  • Septic Tank and sock pit

Difference between Long wall – short wall method and center line method

Detailed Building Estimate

  • Earth work (Site clearance, Excavation & Filling)
  • Concrete work (PCC and RCC)
  • Brick work
  • Stone work (DRM and RRM)
  • Centering and Shuttering
  • Doors and windows
  • Internal Finishes
  • External Finishes
  • Sanitary and MEP works

Abstract of Estimated Cost

  • Introduction:
    • Quality
    • Quality Assurance
    • Quality Control
    • Quality Management System
  • Quality in construction/Objectives
  •  Codes and Standards
  • QA/QC Job Descriptions and Responsibilities
  • QA/QC Documents:
  • QAP/PQP (Quality Assurance Plan/Project Quality Plan)
    • QCP (Quality Control Plan)
    • Project Specifications
    • ITP (Inspection Test Plan) & Inspection Interventions
    • RFI (Request for Inspection)
    • ITR (Inspection and Test Report)
    • Document Control
    • Duties and Responsibilities
    • Quality Objective Analysis
  • Stages of Inspections.
  • General Work Procedure.
  • Red-Line and As-Built Drawings.
  • Major QC Inspection Categories.
  • Calibration and maintenance of measuring equipment.
  • Non-Conformance Procedure.
  • Quality Control in construction and basic elements.
  • Important Quality Control tests commonly conducted at construction site
    • Field Test-CEMENT, BRICK, AGGREGATES, STEEL
    • Lab Test- CEMENT, CONCRETE (Fresh concrete, Hardened concrete), AGGREGATES, STEEL
  • Test on Bitumen
  • QC checklist for construction
  • Approval for construction
  • Process for construction
  • Project Management
  • Safety Management System
  • Concrete Mix Design-Principle and Procedure
  • Defects of Concrete
  • Levels of Certification
  • SEMI NDT/Partial Destructive Testing
  • ASTM E 1417)
  • Rebound Hammer (IS :13311 (Part 2)-1992, ASTM C 805)
  • Half Cell Potential Test (ASTM C876-91)
  • Ultrasonic Pulse Velocity Test (IS :13311 (Part 1)-1992)
  • Profometer/Rebar Locator/Concrete Cover meter (BS 1881:PART 204)
  • Resistivity Meter
  • Windsor Probe Test
  • GPR
  • Maturity Meter test
  • Pile Integrity Test
  • Introduction.
  • Organizational Breakdown Structure(OBS).
  • Enterprise Project Structure (EPS).
  • Calendar.
  • Work Breakdown Structure (WBS).
  • Activities.
  • Columns.
  • Scheduling a Project.
  • Activity Codes.
  • Project Codes.
  • Activity types, Activity Steps.
  • Constraints.
  • Work Products & Documents.
  • Currency.
  • Roles.
  • Resource Sheet Preparation.
  • Resource Assigning.
  • Rate Types, Rate Source, Expenses.
  • Resource Curves, Resource Leveling.
  • Resource Codes.
  • Cost Accounts, Updating Progress.
  • Calculating Earned Value Analysis, Formatting Bars, Tracking.
  • Filter, Global Change, Layouts, Page Setup, User Defined Fields.
  • Thresholds, Issues,Risks.
  • Reports: Tabular, Graphical.Import / Export
  • Introduction. Building Information Modelling.
  • Graphical user interface. Work space.
  • Introduction to walls and draw panel Tools.
  • Modify Tools.
  • Creating a Basic Building
  • Units. Levels.
  • Wall Prototype creation
  • Floor Prototype and section box cutting
  • Door and its Load Family
  • Windows and its Load Family
  • Floor tile, Column and Floor Slab
  • Creating Multi storeys and their editing 
  • Roof and Sunshade defining
  • Model in-place Components.
  • Curtain system.
  • Wooden Railing
  • Ramp settings
  • Staircase types
  • Floating Staircase
  • Stair by Sketch
  • Wall mounted railing and continuous railing
  • Types of Openings and Dormer Creation
  • Additional Roof tools
  • Sweep using generic Models
  • Additional wall tools
  • Managing materials. Split face and Selection Box.
  • Import AutoCAD to Revit
  • Tag and dimensions
  • Text and Multi leader
  • Colour Room Tag
  • Room schedule
  • Furniture Layout with design options
  • Family Creation
  • Window Family creation
  • Door Family creation
  • Stool set family creation
  • Landscaping
  • Creating Toposurface from Revit
  • Project Location, True North & Project North
  • Swimming pool creation.
  • Cutting and Filling
  • Shadow analysis
  • Electrical Layout with ceiling
  • Placing Camera and Decal.
  • System Rendering
  • Preparing Sheet views
  • Section and Callout.
  • Walkthroughs.
  • Massing Environment
  • Starting MEP Project
  • Energy Analysis Features
  • Validate Energy Analytical Mode
  • Planning Mechanical System
  • Adding Duct System
  • Annotation And Hydronic Connections
  • Electrical Design
  • Panel Schedule
  • Wiring
  • Fire Protection
  • Electrical Setting
  • Creating Family
  • Plumbing Design
  • Coordination And Documentation
  • Construction Documents
  • Introduction. Building Information Modelling.
  • Providing structural elements in Revit Architecture (Stack Wall)
  • Professional project creation using Grids and Transferring project Standards
  • Quantity Take-off using Revit
  • Importing AutoCAD file to Revit Structure template
  • Providing Columns
  • Providing Footings
  • Providing Beam
  • Providing Floor slabs
  • Providing Staircase
  • Column Layout Preparation
  • Footing Layout Preparation
  • Column detailing
  • Footing detailing
  • Column detailing Layout
  • Beam detailing
  • Beam detailing Layout
  • Slab detailing
  • Staircase detailing
  • Bar Bending Schedule

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An individual with a minimal creative sense irrespective of his qualification can aspire to a career in Interior Designing provided is guided by the right professionals.

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