The institute will launch Degree Courses from July 2018.
They are learning techniques to help them become independent, in a certificate course offered by the Gem and Jewellery Skill Council of India at the Tihar jail in New Delhi.
The 4-day conclave witnessed discussions about various important issues relating to mining,
consumer confidence, sustainability and of course potential market segment i.e. millennials,
reports Kavita Parab.
IIGJ offers courses in Jewellery Designing, Manufacturing Techniques & Management.
The best IIGJ Chairman’s Trophy was awarded to Shiv Chandan, Ms. Oneza Chauhan was declared the second runner up and Ms. Kushali Patel was announced as the third runner up for their consistent performance during their course.