IIGJ Mumbai has now tied-up with 'Welingkar Institute of Management Development and Research' to Introduce 'Management Studies' in its 3 years Graduate Program.

3 Years Degree in Jewellery Design & Manufacturing Techniques

  • 3 Years Degree in Jewellery Design and Manufacturing Techniques

Starting Date4th July 2017

Timings Mon to Fri (9.00 am to 4.30 pm)

Introduction

The IIGJ Degree is designed for the ambitious, enthusiastic and determined career seeking students. The course will develop individual creativity, understanding and skills employed in Jewellery Design and Manufacturing. The practice of Jewellery Design has evolved way to advanced techniques and applications.

Curriculum
NSDC-GJSCI (National Skill Development Corporation and Gem & Jewellery Skill Council of India)
Duration
3 Years, Six Semesters includes Internship.
No of Seats
50
Eligibility
10+2 (Arts/Science/Commerce) or Equivalent
Target group
Person considering a career in Jewellery Industry, as well as for people who would like to start a new career in the industry.
Fees
On Enquiry
Certification
90% attendance & submission of all the exercises and tasks set in the course with satisfactory level is necessary.
Assessment
Based on Assignments, Projects, Portfolio, Internship Report, Study Tour Reports and Final Examinations.

Extra Fees payable for Study Material & Examination

Course Contents
  • Semester I
    • Jewellery Creative I
    • Manufacturing Technology I
    • Culture Study (Art & History)
    • Metallurgy I
    • Computer I
    • Communication Skills
  • Semester II
    • Jewellery Creative II
    • Manufacturing Technology II
    • Culture Study (Art & History)
    • Metallurgy II
    • CAD II
    • Industrial Environmental Study
  • Semester III
    • Jewellery Creative III
    • Manufacturing Technology III
    • Diamond Grading
    • CAD III
  • Semester IV
    • Jewellery Creative III
    • Manufacturing Technology III
    • Basic Gemology
    • CAD IV
  • Semester V 
    Specilisation in either Design or Manufacturing Technology
    • Market Research
    • Projects
  • Semester VI 
    Specilisation in either Design or Manufacturing Technology
    • Market Research
    • Projects
    • Internship based on the performance. (Students obtaining very low marks will not be eligible for Internship).