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* Master Diploma in Jewellery designing (MDJD):

Objectives:

Designing is the blood of today's fashion industry. Creative designers change & establish new market trends. Jewellery field is also a part of modern fashion industry where each n everyday comes  with new competition & new challenges. Creative Designers can make a firm winning. In this course, we carve creative personalities & make them able to be a fighter of this battling field. 
 
In this course an aspirant will learn all type of Jewellery Designing according to national & International market like Plane Gold, Diamond, Jadau (Kundan), Antique, Thewa, Sozo, Temple, Solitaire, Stone, Filigree, Enamel jewellery etc., Cost based designing, Theme based designing & Inspired Designing, Costume Jewellery, Tribal Jewellery, Designing according to different culture like Indian Traditional, Egyptian, Victorian, American, Italian, Chinese, Japanese etc., Designing according to Age, Occasion & Personality, Manual designing, Computer Aided 2D & 3D jewellery designing (CAD 2D & CAD 3D) (professional level), Technical Drawing, Use of Technology in Jewellery, Modification, Realistic effected designs, Market analysis, basics of diamonds & Gemology, Introduction to precious metals, Jewellery Making process & Settings (theoretical), Cost Estimation of Designs, Market Analysis, Presentation, Portfolio Making etc... 
 
Student can get benefits to visit jewellery shows & exhibitions, visit of jewellery units & jewellery factory to understand the processes to make jewellery & market trends. Also can get benefits to participate in jewellery shows & exhibitions. He/she have do an internship for two months in any jewellery house to get practical knowledge of this field.

Career Options:

After completion of the course...

  • Candidate can establish his/her own jewellery designing studio
  • Can work as freelancer jewellery designer
  • Can do job in this field worldwide as a manual or CAD jewellery designer.
  • Can become a Fashion Accessories Designer
Syllabus:
Module-I (Manual Jewellery Designing-I) 
              * Introduction, history & importance of designing   * History of jewellery   * Basic Shapes & Elementary Principals of Composition   * Observational and Perspective Drawing   * Illustrate shape, form, and texture of metal   * Pencil Rendering   * Drawing & rendering of cabochon & faceted gems with different cutting styles   * Stone Rendering: Giving 3d view by proper shading with pencils.   * Rendering textures of Metals & Metal Rendering (by using Pencil & water colour)   * Stone setting techniques according to Domestic & International market   * Orthographic Projection   * Technical Drawing
 
Module-II (Manual Jewellery Designing-II)
* Sources of inspiration   * Design different types of Jewellery & accessories for men, women & children   * Design Different types of jewellery in plane Gold, Diamond, Jadau, Thewa, Sozo, Temple, Solitaire, Stone, Filigree, Enamel Jewellery etc...   * Costume & Tribal Jewellery Designing   * Modification & Presentation of designs
 
Module-III (Cultural Jewellery Designing)
* Cultural Studies   * Knowledge of international as well as domestic markets.   * Design Jewellery according to Cultures (Indian Traditional, Egyptian, Victorian, Japanese,  American, Italian etc...)
 
Module-IV (CAD 2D)
* Understanding the commands used to design jewellery.   * Drawing of cut & cabochon gems by using CorelDraw.   * How to fill colour in diamond, gems & metals.   * Computer Aided Designing (2'D')   * Modification of jewellery design by using Photoshop * Changing of gem & metal colours in design images   * How to create realistic effected designs in 2'D’   
Module-V (CAD 3D Level-I)
* What is CAD & CAM   * Principles of computer aided design   * Basic tools & commands of CAD software Rhino   * Utilize the features of the rhino user interface.   * Create basic graphic objects – lines, circles, arcs, curves, solids and surfaces   * Creating Two-Dimensional (2D) designs   * Use of different commands to designing in easy way.   * Creating 3D Jewellery components from 2D design    * Making basic jewellery shapes and stone cluster   * Analyse designs & correct errors   * Creating Deformable shapes   * Types of Stone setting: Prong, Pave, Channel, Tension, Micro pave, Grain setting.   * Understanding size specification for Jewellery Prototype models   * Making Pendants with actual measurement   * Use of different advanced commands   * Modifying parts   * Making of bangles    * Making shank for simple & fancy rings   * Making of ring with prong setting & Pave setting
 
Module-VI (CAD 3D Level-II)
*  Special features of RhinoCeros   *Customisation of toolbar   * Engraving or embossing text around an object or on a surface   * Improving designing and sketching speed   * Weight Calculations of Gold   * Exporting in stereolithography (.stl) file format for Prototyping   * Making a Necklace of medium complexity and High complexity level   * Making of a Ring with high complexity   * Making of bangles and a Tube Bangle with High Complexity   * Making of oval bracelet   * Creating a pre-setting (wax setting) jewellery Design   * Domestic & International design measurements   * Creating a catalogue   * Doubt Solution
 
Module-VII (Estimation)
* Weight Calculation of Diamonds (Round, Baguette, Princess & Marquise)   * Complete cost estimation of design   * Evaluation of Designs
 
Module-VIII (Manual Jewellery Designing-III)   
* Advanced jewellery designing & Making different collections   *Use of Technology in Jewellery
 
Module-IX (Gemology, Diamond & Metallurgy)*
* 4C’s of Diamonds   * Basic in Gemology   * Introduction of Metals Used in Jewellery (gold, platinum, silver, copper, cadmium & Rhodium).   * Difference between Karat & Carat
 
Module-X (Jewellery Making)*
    * Processes of manual as well as casting jewellery manufacturing   * Knowledge of different surface treatments done on jewellery   * Different colouring process e.g. Enamelling, rhodium plating etc...
 
Module-XI
* Scope of Designing   * Market Analysis   * Project-work   * Internship (two months)

Batch Commences: Batch system is not applied on this course. Candidate can join as per his/ her convenience.

Batch Timings: Monday to Friday - 8:00 to 12:00/ 14:00 to 18:00

Duration: 98 weeks (All holidays are included in the duration)

Eligibility: 10th & having the knowledge of computer fundamental.

Fees: Lump sum 1,32,000/- INR (4000 $)

Instalments:

  1. 67,000/- INR (2020 $) x 1 at the time of admission
    67,000/- INR (2020 $) x 1 within 4 months from the date of admission
  2. 34000/- INR (1040 $) x 1 at the time of admission
    34000/- INR (1040 $) x 3 within 6 months from the date of admission

Course Material: 20000/- INR (550 $)

Maximum Students in a Batch: 12

Required Documents: 2Photographs, Copy of Photo ID, Academic Proof, Birth Proof, Address Proof.

 

 

 

* Professional Diploma in Jewellery designing (PDJD):

Objectives:

Designing is the most necessary part of today’s life. All things are in merge with designs & designing. Nothing is imagine without designing. By this course we make designers, who can change the fashion world.
 
In this course an aspirant will learn all type of Jewellery Designing like Plane Gold, Diamond, Jadau, Antique, Thewa jewellery etc., Cost based designing & Theme based designing , Designing according to different culture like Indian Traditional, Egyptian, Victorian, American, Italian, Tribal etc., Designing according to Age , Occasion & Personality, Manual designing, Computer Aided 2D & 3D jewellery designing (CAD 2D & 3D), Technical Drawing, Modification, Market analysis, introduction to stones & diamonds, basics of precious metals, Jewellery Making process & Settings (theoretical), Cost Estimation of Designs, Market Analysis, Presentation, Portfolio Making etc... 

Career Options: After completion of the course...

  • Candidate can establish his/her own jewellery designing studio
  • Can work as freelancer jewellery designer
  • Can do job in this field Domestic market as a Jewellery Designer.
Syllabus:
Module-I (Manual Jewellery Designing-I) 
              * Introduction, history & importance of jewellery and jewellery designing   * Basic Shapes & Elementary Principals of Composition   * Observational and Perspective Drawing   * Illustrate shape, form and texture of metal   * Pencil Rendering   * Drawing & rendering of cabochon & faceted gems with different cutting styles   * Rendering textures of Metals & Metal Rendering (by using Pencil & water colour)   * Stone setting techniques according to Domestic & International market   * Orthographic Projection     * Technical Drawing
 
Module-II (Manual Jewellery Designing-II)
* Concept development   * Design different types of Jewellery for men, women & children   * Design Different types of jewellery in plane Gold, Diamond, Jadau, Thewa etc...   * Theme designing   * Counter sketching   * Modification & Presentation of designs
 
Module-III (Cultural Jewellery Designing)
* Cultural Studies   * Knowledge of international as well as domestic markets.   * Design Jewellery according to Cultures (Indian Traditional, Egyptian, Victorian,    Japanese,  American, Italian etc...)
 
Module-IV (CAD 2D)
* Understanding the commands used to design jewellery.   * Drawing of cut & cabochon gems by using CorelDraw.   * How to fill colour in diamond, gems & metals.   * Computer Aided Designing (2'D')   * Modification of jewellery design by using Photoshop   * Changing of gem & metal colours in design images
 
Module-V (CAD 3D Level-I)
* What is CAD & CAM   * Principles of computer aided design   * Basic tools & commands of CAD software Rhino   * Create basic graphic objects – lines, circles, arcs, curves, solids and surfaces   * Creating Two-Dimensional (2D) designs   * Use of different commands to designing in easy way.   * Creating 3D Jewellery components from 2D design   * Making basic jewellery shapes and stone cluster   * Analyse designs & correct errors   * Types of Stone setting: Prong, Pave, Channel, Micro pave, Grain setting.   * Making Pendants with actual measurement   * Making of simple bangles    * Making of simple shank and ring with prong & Pave setting   * Weight Calculations of Gold   * Exporting in stereolitherography (.stl) file format for Prototyping
 
Module-XI (Estimation)
* Weight Calculation of Diamonds (Round, Baguette, Princess & Marquise)   * Complete cost estimation of design   * Evaluation of Designs   * Budget based jewellery designing
 
Module-XIII (Gemology, Diamond & Metallurgy)*
* Introduction of Diamonds & Gems   * Introduction of Metals Used in Jewellery (gold, platinum, silver, copper, cadmium & Rhodium).   * Difference between Karat & Carat   
 
Module-XIV (Jewellery Making)*
* Processes of manual as well as casting jewellery manufacturing   * Knowledge of different surface treatments done on jewellery   * Different colouring process e.g. Enamelling, rhodium plating etc...
 
Module-XV
* Scope of Designing   * Project-work

Batch Commences: Batch system is not applied on this course. Candidate can join as per his/ her convenience.

Batch Timings: Monday to Friday - 8:00 to 12:00 / 14:00 to 18:00

Duration: 50 weeks (All holidays are included in the duration)

Eligibility: 10th & having the knowledge of computer fundamental.

Fees: Lump sum 72,000/- INR (2200 $)

Installments:

  1. 37,000/- INR (1120 $) x 1 at the time of admission
    37,000/- INR (1120 $) x 1 within 2 months from the date of admission
  2. 19,000/- INR (570 $) x 1 at the time of admission
    19,000/- INR (570 $) x 3 within 3 months from the date of admission

Course Material: 14000/- INR (370 $)

Maximum Students in a Batch: 12

Required Documents: 2Photographs, Copy of Photo ID, Academic Proof, Birth Proof, Address Proof.

 

 

* Professional Diploma in 3D CAD Jewellery designing (3D-Pro.):

Objectives:

Computer-aided design (CAD) such as the software called Rhino and computer aided modelling (CAM) is the use of computer technology to aid in the jewellery design and especially the drafting (technical drawing and engineering drawing) of a part or product. Current CAD/CAM software systems are capable to present 3D solid and surface models. Modern CAD/CAM packages can also frequently allow rotations in three dimensions, allowing viewing of a designed object from any desired angle, even from the inside looking out.

In this course, an aspirant will learn advanced knowledge of 3D jewellery designing by using Rhino software. He/she can design a jewellery with high complexity. 

Career Options:

After completion of the course...

  • Candidate can establish his/her own jewellery designing studio
  • Can work as freelancer CAD jewellery designer
  • Can do job in this field in Domestic and International market as a CAD Jewellery Designer.
Syllabus:
Module-I (CAD 3D Level-I)
* Introduction to designing   * What is CAD & CAM   * Important & uses of Technology   * Principles of computer aided design   * Basic tools & commands of CAD software Rhino   * Utilize the features of the rhino user interface.   * Create basic graphic objects – lines, circles, arcs, curves, solids and surfaces   * Creating Two-Dimensional (2D) designs   * Use of different commands to designing in easy way.   * Creating 3D Jewellery components from 2D design    * Making basic jewellery shapes and stone cluster   * Analyse designs & correct errors   * Creating Deformable shapes   * Types of Stone setting: Prong, Pave, Channel, Bezel, Wall, Tension, Micro pave, Grain setting.   * Understanding size specification for Jewellery Prototype models   * Making Pendants with actual measurement   * Use of different advanced commands   * Editing & Modifying parts   * Making of bangles    * Making shank for simple & fancy rings   * Making of ring with prong setting & Pave setting   * Making of Hoop & Gents Ring
 
Module-II (CAD 3D Level-II)
* Special features of RhinoCeros   *Customisation of toolbar   * Engraving or embossing text around an object or on a surface   * Improving designing and sketching speed   * Weight Calculations of Gold   * Exporting in stereolithography (.stl) file format for Prototyping   * Making a Necklace of medium complexity and High complexity level   * Making of a Ring with high complexity   * Making of bangles and a Tube Bangle with High Complexity   * Making of oval bracelet   * Creating a pre-setting (wax setting) jewellery Design   * Domestic & International design measurements   * Creating a catalogue   * Doubt Solution

Batch Commences: Batch system is not applied on this course. Candidate can join as per his/ her convenience.

Duration: 24 weeks (All holidays are included in the duration)

Timings: Monday to Friday - 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. / 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

                                                        14:00 p.m. to 16:00 p.m. / 16:00 p.m. to 18:00 p.m.

Duration: 14 weeks (All holidays are included in the duration)

Timings: Monday to Friday - 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m. / 12:00 p.m. to 18:00 p.m.

Eligibility: 10th & having the knowledge of computer fundamental.

Fees: Lump sum 42000/- INR (1325 $)

Installments:

  1. 22000/- INR (685 $) x 1 at the time of admission
    22000/- INR (685 $) x 1 within 2 months from the date of admission
    (No installment facility is given if student select 14 weeks duration in this course )

Maximum Students in a Batch: 10

Required Documents: 2Photographs, Copy of Photo ID, Academic Proof, Birth Proof, Address Proof

 

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