CADD Centre to launch Tamil courseware

PTI Chennai | Updated on February 19, 2018 Published on February 19, 2018

K Pandiarajan, Minister for Tamil Official Language and Tamil Culture, launched the courseware (file photo)

City-based CADD Centre Training Services, part of the CADD Centre Group, has planned to launch courseware in regional languages in the coming months.

The training institute, after launching Hindi courseware on CAD (Computer Aided Design) last month, has unveiled Tamil courseware aimed at benefitting students in the State.

“The need for CAD skills is growing exponentially in India. As India’s largest CAD training institute, we have taken responsibility to develop courseware in regional languages,” S Karaiadiselvan, MD, CADD Centre, said.

The newly launched Tamil courseware for AutoCAD Primer, an introductory AutoCAD training programme, is targeted at students of higher secondary and engineering colleges.

CADD Centre has planned to launch the courseware in four regional languages during the coming months, he said.

With the launch of Tamil courseware, students training at CADD Centre in Tamil Nadu would have an option to learn in Tamil as medium of instruction.

Minister for Tamil Official Language and Tamil Culture, K Pandiarajan formally launched the courseware at an event here.

The Hindi version of the courseware was launched by Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar last month.

CADD Centre trains over 1.50 lakh students in engineering design every year through its 500 training centres, the release added.

Published on February 19, 2018
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