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The Indian Institute of Gems & Jewellery (IIGJ) is a project of the Gems & Jewellery Export Promotion Council, sponsored by the Ministry of Commerce, Government of India. This is a non-profit organization committed to excellence of education in the country. It is the only full-fledged Institute in the country covering training in all aspects of jewellery right from ‘concept to marketing’. IIGJ’s aim is to meet growing demand of skilled professional for the industry. Consequently, Institute’s objective is to cater to the needs of the Gems and Jewellery Industry, which has grown leaps and bounds quantitatively and qualitatively over the last decade. The Institute offers unique basic and advanced courses in the various aspects of jewellery designing and manufacturing to help students develop expertise and proficiency to meet the international standards.

Manali Bansal (Theme – Traditional)

My work is an extension of who I am. Geometric mountains, patterned maps are an inspiration and these very forms are the basic essentials of my design.

NEEL PETHE (theme- nature)

The medley of nature and modernization giving birth to iconic designs to express their style quotient.

SAYALI CHALKE (theme – tribal)

The collection offers the opulent and magnificent touch of contemporary mode for the tribal jewellery which represent the inner world of domain, artifacts of traditional tribal culture and aesthetics prevailing across the tribes.

SHUBHAM BARALI (theme- nature)

The flourishing flaura and fauna of this universe fascinates each and every embellishment (ornament) of the collection and protrudes itself (izara) from the others.

VAISHNAVI MAHAJAN (theme- nature)

The sun-kissed colour palette of the floral blooms, enhances the magnitude of trespassing by some wonder creatures across the garden. Hence the floral garden impressed creations will breathtakingly adorn the symbolic gift of nature’s beauty.

Swati Samala