Jewellery & Accessory Design

Introduction

Jewellery designing is an art of designing and making jewellery, stone cutting, engraving and polishing etc. Jewellery designers are those who plan the style and pattern of jewellery, silverware and other decorative metal work products. They require a high degree of skill and precision and use a variety of specialized hand tools and equipments to design and manufacture new pieces of jewellery. In addition, to be successful in the field they should be able to understand the market, identify the consumer needs, visualize ideas to suit the demands and create impressive presentations to communicate the end product to the client. The fast growing jewellery business in the country has tremendous employment potential and offers excellent career opportunities to professional executives in thei ndustry. Graduates with specialization in Jewellery Design and Management are in great demand globally for managing the jewellery business.

Course Objective

JIMS Jewellery Design Graduate course brings out each individual's innate creativity, helping enthusiasts to design with ability and confidence. It makes an apprentice designer learn the basics and complexities of designing any type of jewelry, along with estimating its cost. Through practical work, designers are assisted to express their creativity by designing a portfolio of their own styles.

Here at JIMS we offer an artistic and cultural reference point for students who want to study Jewelry Design. A range of basic jewelry-making techniques are taught, among them sawing, filing, soldering, bending, forging, and polishing. Jewelry students learn to drill, file, weld and shape materials, before polishing and setting precious and semi-precious stones in the finished products.

At JIMS, students are encouraged to develop their own style using metal as well as alternative materials and jewels to create rings, earrings, bracelets and more. From design to production, students at JIMS learn every step in the jewelry-making process, both in the classroom and in the workshop.

Course Highlights

To be a successful jewellery designer nowadays takes not just valuable materials, but valuable design methods. It requires the skill to work within restrictions and limitations while still maximizing creativity and artistic expression. Aesthetic qualities, technical limitations and advantages of a particular material, working towards realizing a design.

• Use of simple tools for effective design
• Workshops on handcrafted Jewellery
• Costume Jewellery.
• Designing a Portfolio.
• Gold, Diamond and Craftsmanship Calculations.
• Focus on creating 2D and 3D on Jewel CAD SOFTWARE matrix.
• Diamond's Grading & Sorting.
• Training and practical work using diamonds ranging from 0.15 carat to above a carat.
• Gemology.
• Fashion Accessories.
• Jewellery Retail and Export Management.
• Market Surveys for various elements.
• Intensive lab sessions.
• Informative manual and grading kit sourced in Antwerp, Belgium.
• Guided tour, exhibition, laboratory and research facilities.
• Men/WOMEN accessory.
• Gold calculation.
• Setting in jewellery.
• Visit at Jaipur, Bombay and Surat.

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Course Opportunity

The JIMS graduates who pursue their careers in the Jewellery & Accessory Design can opt for the following career options:
• Jewellery Consultant
• Jewellery Designer
• Freelancer
• Merchandiser
• Jewellery Manufacturer
• Pd Executive
• Cad Designer
• Exports Manager
• Diamond Buyer
• Diamond Assorter
• Diamond Grader
• Valuer/Appraiser
• Diamond Broker
• Jewellery Buyer
• Jewellery Manufacturer
• Retailer/Showroom Owner
• Lab Owner
• Rough Diamond Trader
• Rough Diamond Assorter
• Rough Diamond Planner
• Gemstone Buyer
• Gemstone Assorter
• Gemstone Broker
• Importer/Exporter
• Jewellery Show Organizers
• Fashion Jewellery Designers
• Jewellery Consultant
• Product Design House
• Showroom Owner
• Jewellery Retail Brands

Infrastructure

Front Office Lab

We have a well equipped Front Office Lab where the students are taught the practical functioning of this department like giving information, taking reservations, guest registration, billing etc on the latest Software. Along with this special emphasis is given on social and communication skills, Situations handling and Telephone Handling through Role-plays and importance of Power Dressing is an integral part of the Front Office Practical.

Production Lab/Training Kitchen

In our State of the Art Kitchen the students are given a hand on training on the latest trends in food Production. The practicals begin with the basic knowledge of food later making them proficient in advance levels of food production wherein they start making multi cuisine menus. They are also taught the importance of time and material management.

Bakery

A modern bakery where fancy egg less bakery and confectionery products like Breads, Cakes, Cookies, Pastries, Muffins, Patties, Croissant etc. are taught. Students make Desserts like Soufflés, Mousses and Puddings under expert supervision.

Housekeeping Lab<

The housekeeping lab comprises of a Mock Guest Room where the students are taught basic Guest Room procedure such as Bed Making, Turndown and Room Cleaning. Apart from this they are also trained in basic laundry procedure like Washing, Ironing and Stain Removal, along with special operations like Floral decoration, etc.

Training Restaurant

In the training restaurant the students are taught different types of Food & Beverage services along with Bar Tending activities like serving Drinks, creating Mocktails etc. The students organize various theme parties in a restaurant like environment, giving them a close feel of the actual work that they do in the industry.

Activities

Apart from Hotel visits, the students are taken for Industrial visits to other relevant industries which give them familiarization to these sectors.

  • Kite Festival
  • Cookery Practical
  • Housekeeping Practical
  • Bakery Practical
  • Beverage Service Practical
  • Cake Making
  • Rangoli Making
  • Flower Arrangement
  • Mixology & Bartending Workshop
  • Career Management Workshop
  • Workshop on Fruit Carving
  • Orientation
  • Convocation
  • Excursion Trip To Shimla
  • Fun Trip To Jim Corbett
  • Power Dressing & Grooming Session
  • PDP Session
  • Industrial Visit
  • Campus Placement
  • Out Door Caterings (ODC)

Industrial Visits

Apart from Hotel visits, the students are taken for Industrial visits to other relevant industries which give them familiarization to these sectors.

  • Industrial Visits done by Hotel Management Department –
  • Hospitality Fair
  • Jagannath University, Jaipur
  • Surajkund Fair
  • Jim Corbett
  • IHG Academy Industrial Visit To Crowne Plaza Rohini
  • Distillary, Sonepat
  • Chocolate Factory, Meerut
  • Towel Folding workshop by Association of Hospitality Professional at Gurgaon
  • Waste Management & Energy Conservation in hotels by crowne plaza
  • Shimla
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