Hey everyone, I'm doing my Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering, currently in third year. Honestly, i spent the two years in my engineering not knowing what I'm actually doing. I just focused (kind of) on my academics and cleared all the semesters. I haven't done anything practical in my field. I just have studied theoretically. So I'm kind of a naive person when it comes to practical mechanical engineering. Now as I am in third year i have started to take things seriously and I am willing to learn some designing software like AutoCad, Pro E, Solid Works, Unigraphics etc. I learned basic 2D AutoCad as a part of our semester course in my 1st semester which was quite easy. So what i wanted to ask you guys is that, where should i start from? Which software courses should i take? And what are your recommendations for a person like me. And one thing more, In our 1st semester we had the course of Engineering Drawing(manually) and some how you can say i had a natural talent in that particular subject and was among one of the best students in my class in that subject. So yeah, thats my plus point. Please do respond. I'll be waiting for your answers. Thank you!