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In addition to having a solid understanding of the science of structural engineering and the practical aspects of the design process, such as the most recent design codes and by laws, as well as ample experience, intuition, and judgment, the structural planning and design process also requires imagination and conceptual thinking. Standards are in place to ensure and improve safety while striking a careful balance between efficiency and safety. Auto CAD software is used to design the slabs, beams, columns, and footings of the G+7 building in India in this study. Before you can design them, you need to get the plan of the building, which shows where each room (like the kitchen, bedroom, or bathroom) is located. so that they meet the needs and comfort of the residents while also serving their intended purpose. Consequently, based on the suitability; Beam plan layout and column placement are fixed. The dead loads, which are determined by the unit weight of the materials used (concrete, brick), and the live loads, which are determined in accordance with the codes IS:456-2000 and HYSD BARS FE415 in accordance with IS:1786-1985, are then calculated. At a depth of six feet, the safe bearing capacity of the soil is set at 350 KN/m2, and the depth of the soil should be 1.5 times the width of the footing below its base. The safe bearing capacity of the soil is the basis for the design of footings. Knowing the moments that columns and beams are subjected to is essential for their design. Frame analysis is carried out using the limit state method for this purpose. Slab design is influenced by end conditions, loading, and whether the slab is one-way or two-way. The loads are transferred to the beam from the slabs. The columns then take on the loads from the beams, mostly shear loads. Finally, each of the four components' strength and serviceability must be checked on the sections.