Women Graduates are trained with basics in Industry application from basic science Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry

Training in application Software by Industry Professional, to train others with preparation as TRAINER to empower.


Women graduate are given training for the selected department in application software for 3 months to become TRAINER
While training, Trainee has to prepare Training material as per LMS, Stipend will be provided on completion of  assigned
First year to Final year Women graduate also given training for the selected department in application software, Stipend will be provided on completion of  assigned as per year. CERTIFICATE will be provided to become a TRAINER in LMS

AIM of this training is to get employment directly or indirectly from Industries, Government organization either state or central bodies. Also to develop or support rural industries & other application industries either as induvial or self group

APM GRAPH Flat drawing editor


The APM Graph module is designed to perform the graphical part of the computer-aided preparation of design documentation. It is an integral part of the APM WinMachine and APM Civil Engineering computer-aided design systems , but can also be used as a standalone software product.

APM Graph is a flat (2D) graphical editor that provides the designer with ample opportunities for automating design work in various fields of science and industry, in architecture and construction. It is effectively used as an environment for preparing the initial data required for the calculation modules of the APM WinMachine and APM Civil Engineering systems.

Along with APM Graph, a set of databases is supplied that are necessary when designing new or upgrading old products: a database of standard parts and assemblies, reference data on general mechanical engineering APM Mechanical Data; a database of graphic information on standard parts and elements of building structures APM Construction Data; database of standard information data for the design of technological processes APM Technology Data; library of parametric sections of rolled metal APM Section Data.


Features of APM Graph

APM Graph is designed for:

  • creating and editing projection drawings of objects using the usual set of primitives typical for flat graphics;
  • drawing kinematic, dynamic, hydraulic, electrical and other diagrams and drawings, drawing up settlement and explanatory notes, as well as performing auxiliary procedures;
  • preparation of drawing documentation in accordance with the requirements of ESKD and its subsequent storage, viewing and editing;
  • parametric representation of a graphical object, which makes it easy to obtain graphically similar objects without the operation of re-drawing;
  • importing information from other graphic editors and exporting the resulting drawings to other graphic environments (via DXF format);
  • exchange of information with databases (machine-building, construction and technological), which are an integral part of the software products of the STC APM company;
  • exchange of graphical information with the calculation modules of the APM WinMachine and APM Civil Engineering systems, i.e. as a preprocessor for preparing geometric initial data before performing the calculation and a postprocessor for displaying the results;
  • calculation of dimensional chains.

APM Graph offers users:

  • user-friendly interface that speeds up the preparation of design and technological documentation with the best combination of price and quality;
  • various ways of constructing graphic primitives (orthogonal drawing, various kinds of bindings, the use of auxiliary lines, etc.);
  • the use of various types of lines, hatching, letters, etc.;
  • affordable and effective means for designing tables;
  • convenient tools for setting linear and angular dimensions, setting technical requirements, special characters and a number of symbols;
  • setting tolerances and landings by selecting them from the database;
  • built-in functions for calculating linear and angular dimensional chains by the method of limit tolerances and the probabilistic method;
  • visual and intuitive tools for creating parametric objects, parts and assemblies for the purpose of their repeated use in the future; the resulting geometric objects can be stored not only in the form of files, but also in databases created by the user himself;
  • the ability to use analytical relationships and logical operations between geometric dimensions when creating parametric models.