Minister for Commerce and Industries inaugurates new GJSCI office in Mumbai
The Union Minister for Commerce and Industries Piyush Goyal inaugurated the Gem & Jewellery Skill Council of India’s new office in Mumbai with a ceremony on Thursday.
On September 23, Goyal cut the tape to officially open the new GJSCI office which has enabled the institution to expand its activities and add new features. The opening ceremony was attended by a range of guests including zonal development commissioner Shyam Jagannathan and joint commissioner C.P.S. Chauhan, the Gem and Jewellery Export Promotion council announced on its website.
The new location had seen the GJSCI move into a larger space on the fourth floor of the Business Facilitation Centre, SEZ, SEEPZ, in the same building where it had its previous office. The GJSCI needed a larger space to house its expanding activities, it said.
The new space has a dedicated section for the recently launched Jewellery Artificial Intelligence & Data Science Excellence. JADE is an initiative designed to improve the effectiveness of the Indian gems and jewellery industry through harnessing technology including machine learning and data science to solve problems including casting issues.
The inauguration ceremony was also attended by GJEPC chairman Colin Shah, SGJMA president Rajeev Pandya, Sunjewels’ Shishir Nevatia, and Lotus Ornaments’ Sameer Shah, among others. Some guests attended in person and others took part through Zoom.
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