IIGJ showcases graduate jewellery in Bengaluru
The Indian Institute of Gems and Jewellery showcased a range of jewellery designs by its graduates for the first time in South India. The four-day showcase took place at the recent India International Jewellery Show Tritiya 2023 in Bengaluru.
“We said 'goodbye' to IIJS Tritiya 2023 yesterday and now it is time to thank everyone who visited our stall and admired our students' jewellery handiwork and even expressed surprise that they learn every aspect of jewellery design and manufacturing and merchandising, with CAD and gemmology skills added on - at the five IIGJs based in Delhi, Jaipur, Mumbai, Udupi, and Varanasi,” IIGJ announced on Facebook after the fair.
The showcase was designed to highlight the potential of trained jewellery professionals and how IIGJ graduates can be an asset to the Indian jewellery workforce. The IIGJ’s head of its Mumbai institute Bharat Vaswani told the Gem and Jewellery Export Promotion Council that he was highly satisfied with overwhelmingly positive response from visitors to the IIGJ’s stall at IIJS Tritiya, the GJEPC reported on its website.
The IIGJ plans to expand both its academic and laboratory-based operations in India, according to Vaswani. The IIGJ teaches a wide range of jewellery-related courses ranging from diamond grading to computer aided design among others.
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