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The World University of Design (WUD), India’s first and only university dedicated to education in the creative domain, announced a specialised Diploma programme in Professional Automotive Modeling (PAM). The 2-stage advance diploma will be offered in close collaboration with Desmania Autostudio. The course will include the essential techniques of hand modeling for pre-visualising final products in clay and/or digital modeling of designs in Alias.

The Professional Automotive Modeling (PAM) programmes will prepare graduates for employment as a 3D modeler in the transportation and product design industries. The programme is designed to prepare the student for high demand positions at original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in the auto and product industries. The university offers two choices of tracks to study i.e. Clay and Digital. One can opt for both the tracks but only one track of study can be completed at a time. Before taking the next step for Advanced Diploma programme students must complete the diploma successfully.

 Elaborating on the Diploma programmes, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Vice Chancellor Designate at World University of Design said, “We are delighted to partner with Desmania Autostudio. This association will provide an opportunity to the students to acquire skills related to automobile and manufacturing industry through specially designed “Learn and Earn” approach, consisting a mix of theoretical and On-the-Job Training (OJT) components, thereby equipping them with high employability potential. The highlight of the programme is the collaboration with the industry for live projects/workshops as a part of the curriculum, which is designed to give a ‘headstart’ to its students in working with professional designers and also network with the industry from an early stage. WUD provides access to excellent facilities including dedicated design studios, traditional modelling workshops supported by a comprehensive range of advanced CAD/CAM and Rapid Prototyping machines.”

The university offers 15 seats each for both of the courses. It will be an intensive skill-based programs which will have inputs in design fundamentals, form studies, technical design, digital modelling, materials and model making. Clay Modelling and Digital 3D modeling both are widely used in the automotive and product design industries as a way to previsualise concepts which help in decision making before taking the products further for manufacturing. The related skill sets are much in demand, and their availability well below the desired supply.

Both the programmes will start from August 1 2018. Applications are available on the university’s website.



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