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3 Year Graduation Programme

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Students can find opportunities as Precious Jewellery Designer, Merchandisers and Stylist. Students with interest in technical areas can work as Diamond Graders and Gemmologists.

Focus on Enterprise as a career (The final year dedicated to setting up and building an enterprise)
International Study tour to Bangkok Jewellery Fair
Visit to Domestic Fairs: India International Jewellery Show, Jaipur Jewellery Show, United Business Media show.


Jewellery always has been an ongoing dialogue between the user and the observer. In ancient times it was a communication of hierarchy in the society while in today’s modern worlds it depicts a personal statement as well as an expression of self.

The consumer driven society in today’s world is expanding rapidly with the increase in  wealth in many upcoming nations. The demand for new, innovative product in all aspects of life becomes greater. Henceforth, jewellery is central to the consumer appetite for unique lifestyle accessories.

Contemporary jewellery design is pushing the boundaries of new creative jewellery design by radically questioning and examining the whole notion of decorative adornment, thus encouraging students to generate new and innovative contemporary jewellery design.

Program Overview

The three yrs. B.Sc. in Jewellery Design is affiliated to CCS (Chaudhary Charan Singh) University. This program in Jewellery Design is a comprehensive program aimed  at training students aspiring to be jewellery professional in three major areas- Design, Technology and Business.

This program introduces the student to basic workshop skills and techniques that are required for technical competence and material expression. It would highlight  he
relevance of a piece of jewellery on the silhouette and its movements. It will cover specific technical inputs in Gemstones identification, Jewellery making Techniques and Manufacturing process. The curriculum covers basis to enter the industry of precious/semiprecious/ costume jewellery through Industry Interface that is in-built, within the program. Internships and placements are provided at the end of the program.

Program Content

Learning takes place by understanding the subject knowledge through theory and practical applications, live industry projects, market visits and surveys and Master Classes for specific programs.

Material based learning
Emphasis on technical skill-based inputs and material application with hands-on design
Practical client-based design projects
CAD modules like 3Ds max
Experienced Faculty
Exposure to industry through industry interface
Costing and weight estimation of precious jewellery
Jewellery CAD CAM knowledge & practice
In-house Workshop and Gemmology Lab
Emphasis on business and commercial market knowledge with technical understanding
Exposure to jewellery businesses and case studies
Practical inputs on starting an enterprise
Workshop on Enamelling

Industry Association


It covers the introductory modules to build skills and conceptual understanding of jewellery design, like drawing, 3D sketching, rendering and illustration using different colour medium and material exploration to shape simple forms. Alongside student will gain knowledge of essential components that make up the jewellery, History of  Jewellery, Art and Design and Gemmology. At the end of the year, the Design Process which will enable students to design from a brief will culminate as a project  along with CAD software like Photoshop & Corel Draw.

It emphasizes on technical learning and application of design and sampling with jewellery material. They will learn Orthographic Views, Weight Approximation and Cost Estimation for precious jewellery. The project in year 2 will be individual, self- initiated, consumer focused design brief to enable better understanding of how the market works.

Jewellery manufacturing processes will be explored through industry visits and students start to use jewellery designing software such as Matrix.

This year is industry oriented, where semester and graduation projects, industry exposure through internship and industry interface takes place. The students will also  understand mass production and the processes used for the same.

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