Chairman Praveenshankar Pandya, during his recent visit to Kerala to inaugurate the Kerala Jewellery show, announced to set up Common Facility Center (CFC) at Thrissur, Kerala.
Gems and jewellery export decreased 8.12 per cent to USD 13.5 billion during April- August this year, data from the GJEPC showed.
The industry welcomes Government’s move of exempting the e-way bill after GJF’s representation of the problem.
Indias gems and jewellery exports rose by over 11% to USD 6.78 billion during the first two months of the current fiscal, largely driven by demand in major markets like the US.
GJF starts preparing G&J industry on GST with seminars and webinars on GST on 29th June, 2017 in Mumbai.
Kirit Somaiya, Member of Parliament, North-East Mumbai visited GJSCI’s state-of-art training centre in Mumbai at IIGJ-M.
GJSCI organized a Training Partners Meet to discuss priorities of the coming year along with the updates on various schemes and benefits.
An opportunity for distinguished Hand-made Jewellers, Manufacturers and leading Retailers.
GJF hopes that the Centre would levy only 1.25 per cent tax on the sector.
Higher demand in the Middle-East and South-East Asia could help India’s gems and jewellery export grow this fiscal to about USD 42 billion.
An opportunity for distinguished jewellery manufacturers and leading retailers from Eastern Region to participate & develop business relationship.
GJSCI aims to train women inmates of Tihar into jewellery making.
According to the MOU, IIGJ – Jaipur will act as an RPL training facilitator, JAJ as Mobilization Agency and GJSCI will act as Project Implementation Agency (PIA).
All India Gems & Jewellery Trade Federation seeks GST of 1.25 per cent for the gems & jewellery sector
The winners were felicitated by GJSCI with a cash prize and Certificate of participation.
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.
The aim behind this initiative is to uplift the karigars of gems & jewellery industry in India.
The seminar was, especially organised for the non-members of the Council who are doing business in an unorganised manner, but have played a significant role by contributing to the success of the “Make in India” initiative.