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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI GARWARE INSTITUTE OF CAREER EDUCATION & DEVELOPMENT POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI GARWARE INSTITUTE OF CAREER EDUCATION & DEVELOPMENT POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN JEWELLERY MANAGEMENT & DIPLOMA IN JEWELLERY AND DESIGNING MANAGEMENT 2011 - 2012 Next

Contents INSTITUTE’S PROFILE (GICED) MESSAGES SEMINAR COURSE OVERVIEW STUDENTS PROFILE PHOTO GALLERY FACULTY CONTACT Contents INSTITUTE’S PROFILE (GICED) MESSAGES SEMINAR COURSE OVERVIEW STUDENTS PROFILE PHOTO GALLERY FACULTY CONTACT US EXIT Home Next

GICED The House of Garware was founded by the dynamic visionary, Late Padmabushan Balchandra GICED The House of Garware was founded by the dynamic visionary, Late Padmabushan Balchandra Digamber alias Abasaheb Garware. The GICED is his brain-child as much as that of the university, signifying the joint venture of education and industry. It was in 1981 during the University of Mumbai’s post-centennial silver jubilee celebrations that the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Ram Joshi, approached the House of Garware for financial support to new educational ventures. The University and the Garware Foundation examined several proposals and proposed the establishment of an Institute wholly devoted to the promotion of career education. Affirming its interest the Garware Foundation signed an agreement with the University for support in establishing such an Institute. That gave birth to GICED as a unique institute of university bringing industry-education venture for major diversification programme in higher education. Thus, the Institute was founded on Saturday, 27 th October, 1984 and inaugurated by Hon. Shri. Y. V. Chandrachud, Chief Justice of India. The regular diploma courses started in August 1985. Home Next

MISSION OF THE INSTITUTE GICED’S educational programme seek to meet the following needs: 1. MISSION OF THE INSTITUTE GICED’S educational programme seek to meet the following needs: 1. 2. 3. 4. To diversify education with a view to provide not only knowledge but also practical skills; To give orientation to education for appropriate employment; To impart intensive training and promote skills to increase prospects of employment of those who have passed the Higher Secondary or, Graduate Examination. To bring about greater linkage between general education and work oriented education and to apply their knowledge of theory, techniques and practice for their personal and organizational goals; Previous Home Next

GICED COLLABORATION WITH IIJ The courses of diploma in jewellery management in collaboration with GICED COLLABORATION WITH IIJ The courses of diploma in jewellery management in collaboration with Indian Institute of Jewellery (IIJ) which opened in the year 2004. IIJ boasts excellent lab facility where our students are trained on various aspects of gemology and jewellery making. Library facility which has wide range of books pertaining to jewellery and jewellery markets are also available to students for research. IIJ endeavors to ensure that it remains a market leader in its segment and remains abreast on the latest developments in the gems & jewellery industry. Their research and services are continuously rendered to the industry and to the students community. Previous Home

OBJECTIVE OF THE INSTITUTE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Identify high OBJECTIVE OF THE INSTITUTE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Identify high growth sectors and set up facilities to meet future requirements of trained manpower in these sectors. Provide training facilities in those areas where special skills are required fo r efficient performance of the job. Provide an opportunity to learn job skills in an actual work-place environment. Experiment with innovative teaching techniques and analyze the results in a continuing effort to improve teaching standards. Undertake specific programmes to meet the unique requirements of an industry or segment Organize a communication programme of educational services offered Set up a Career Guidance Service to facilitate career choice through information dissemination, counseling and training. To serve society by staying in the forefront of education and disseminating the institute’s model of education and service in other places. Previous Home Next

MESSAGES: Course Co-ordinator’s Message (GICED) Director’s Message (IIJ) Ex-Students Message (2010 -2011) Home Next MESSAGES: Course Co-ordinator’s Message (GICED) Director’s Message (IIJ) Ex-Students Message (2010 -2011) Home Next

DJM is a unique programme designed & planned by Mumbai University’s Garware Institute as DJM is a unique programme designed & planned by Mumbai University’s Garware Institute as Gems & Jewellery Industry is emerging very fast and needs trained professionals to handle issues of globalization and increased customer awareness and demands. Traditionally Indians view Jewellery as integral part of lifestyle, rituals, investment and fashion/status statement. The major trends that have developed show wide variety ranging from old traditional designs to new fusion, ethnic and urban in style. This course is unique combination of technical design/fabrication skills taught along with management approach covering the latest aspects of technology and management paradigm which are specific to entire sector. Course Co-ordinator Mrs. Jyotsna Patwardhan GICED Previous Messages Home Next

 The Post Graduate Diploma in Jewellery Management (PGDJM) & Diploma in Jewellery and The Post Graduate Diploma in Jewellery Management (PGDJM) & Diploma in Jewellery and Designing Management (DJDM)introduced by University of Mumbai Garware Institute of Career Education in technical collaboration with the Indian Institute of Jewellery is a unique innovation in the arena of education. It is a fast track one year MBA program with a special expertise in jewellery. The graduates of this program will be new steer leaders in heralding professionalism into the Jewellery Industry. We in India are currently obsessed with creating a mass of MBA’s who are generalists with a specialization in Marketing or Finance at the most and a few numbers in Human Resources. These students do not have any knowledge of the industry, they join and most often spend a minimum of two years learning the nuts and bolts of that specific industry. The PGDJM & DJDM students will therefore be a refreshing change. For they, like all other management students learn the basics of Marketing and Finance but with a difference, for all their projects and case studies are focused on the jewellery industry. Alongside they study the nuts and bolts of jewellery making by actually sitting on the bench , designing on the drawing board and with CAD , studying gemology and then finally designing and manufacturing a piece of jewellery. . I believe the students graduating from this program will be a huge asset to their future employers and I wish the students of the third batch of PGDJM & DJDM course (2011 -12) all the success they deserve. Renu Kapoor Director Indian Institute of Jewellery Previous Messages Home Next

EX – STUDENTS FEEDBACK Kamlesh Soni Shriya Agarwal Previous Messages Home EX – STUDENTS FEEDBACK Kamlesh Soni Shriya Agarwal Previous Messages Home

EX-STUDENT Kamlesh Soni BBA, PGDJM(2010 -2011) “I belong to a jeweller’s family so it EX-STUDENT Kamlesh Soni BBA, PGDJM(2010 -2011) “I belong to a jeweller’s family so it was obvious for me to join my family business. But, I wanted to gain thorough knowledge about the day to day activities in the gems and jewellery industry. This course has indeed taught me everything I needed to know about this industry. Today, when I work with my father and help in assisting his clients he too sometime gets surprised seeing me using some technical and professional terms and methods for running our business more effectively. I have tried to inculcate whatever I have through this course. The technical training in jewellery making has made me efficient enough to know judge a manufactured jewellery piece and to know any flaw in it. I thank the faculties of both GICED and IIJ of this course to have made me capable in grooming me in every aspect. ” Previous Messages Home Next

EX-STUDENT Shriya Agarwal BBA, PGDJM(2010 -2011) I joined the PGDJM course with high expectations EX-STUDENT Shriya Agarwal BBA, PGDJM(2010 -2011) I joined the PGDJM course with high expectations - to learn everything that the industry would need me to know once I stepped out in the practical world. Even though I had prior knowledge in the field, this course broadened my horizons and helped me grow. The projects involved a lot of market research and surveys, giving me a feel of what the industry has in store. The final project helped me polish all that I had learnt during the course. Post the course, I got an amazing opportunity to work with ORRO in the marketing team. I was with them for almost 6 months - helping organize B 2 C & B 2 B shows, coordinating with the advertising and PR agencies, and handling the online adverts. Presently, I design and manufacture diamond jewellery in my family business; we participate in B 2 C shows as well as do retail and wholesale. Thus, putting best to use all the skills I acquired during my learning tenure. Previous Messages Home

SEMINAR To give insight of about DJM programme and on emerging gems & jewellery SEMINAR To give insight of about DJM programme and on emerging gems & jewellery industry in India, GICED has organized a seminar on 6 th July 2012 at GICED auditorium from 11 am to 12 pm. The seminar includes, • Welcome speech • Training facilities & guidance • Placement CD Inauguration • Awaiting sparkling career in gems and jewellery industry - Ms Jyotsna Patwardhan (course co-ordinator) Mr. Ashokkumar Gadhire (director. Fortdiamond consultancy) Mr. Rambhau Badode (director-GICED) Mr. Nayan Jani, Editor-Opera House Times. • Unveiling Royalnib Publication, gems and jewellery - Trade media Previous Vote of Thanks Messages Home Next

OVERVIEW OF THE SUBJECTS (PGDJM & DJDM) OVERVIEW OF THE SUBJECTS (PGDJM & DJDM)

OVERVIEW FOR PGDJM COURSE The aim of this PG course is to provide management OVERVIEW FOR PGDJM COURSE The aim of this PG course is to provide management education to students to work in the jewellery industry. The students are equipped with technical and management knowledge in the field of jewellery. Opportunities in the jewellery field open to them are merchandising, purchasing, HR, marketing, finance, quality control, manual and CAD design, production, etc. These students are the need of present era in the jewellery industry. Students have the advantage of attending guest lectures, go for factory visits and attend workshops to bridge the gap between industry and academics and keep our themselves upgraded with latest trends in the industry. Subjects Covered Introduction to Management Marketing Management Consumer Behaviour & Service Management Financial Management Information Technology Business Environment International Marketing Materials and Testing Technologies Manufacturing Jewellery Merchandising & Supply Chain Management Gemmology Jewellery Designing Previous Home Next

OVERVIEW FOR DJDM COURSE This under-graduate course is another program to provide management education OVERVIEW FOR DJDM COURSE This under-graduate course is another program to provide management education to work with in the gems & jewellery industry. This program includes both technical and management knowledge in this field. They also have specialization period of six month where they can more about the field they desire to step into in this industry. Opportunities in the gems & jewellery field open to them are merchandizing, jewellery designing, CAD designing, Production, Sales managers etc. The one and a half year part time programme includes subjects: Introduction to Management Communication Skills Consumer Behaviour & Service Management Introduction to Accounting Introduction to E-Commerce Business Environment International Marketing Materials and Testing Technologies Manufacturing Jewellery Designing Merchandising & Supply Chain Management Gemmology Harmonies and Representation Elective I & II Previous Home Next

JEWELLERY OVERVIEW One of the biggest markets for gems and jewellery is in India JEWELLERY OVERVIEW One of the biggest markets for gems and jewellery is in India and adjoining countries. Personal possession of gold is considered as an important item of wealth in Indian families. New Light gold Jewellery - modern and trendy is now emerging in traditional market where retailers and designers offer a limited choice to the customers until presently. New retail outlets are multiplying. The traditional ‘family owned’ houses are rapidly changing to professional marketers. The exports are growing year after year. The business will therefore need more and more skilled hands to coordinate the efforts between manufacturers, ‘Designers’, ‘Karigars’ and retailers to offer the customers what they want today. Mumbai University’s Post graduate Diploma in Jewellery Management course (PGDJM) & Diploma in Jewellery and Designing Management (DJDM) fills in the need for trained professional and skilled personnel who will navigate the industry to commanding heights. A thorough orientation in management, marketing, finance and human resource, information technology, and international marketing at Mumbai University’s Garware Institute of Career Education & Development and an exposure to Design, Manufacture, Fabrication, Quality control at Indian Institute of Jewellery, coupled with project work in merchandizing and supply chain, ideally prepares the participants to function as Trainees, Executives and Managers in this growing industry. Mumbai University’s programme has full support of Gems & Jewellery Export Promotion Council and Gems & Jewellery Federation for an intensive training and placement. Home Next

MANUFACTURING ►PGDJM/UGDJM students are trained in making both hand made jewellery and casting jewellery. MANUFACTURING ►PGDJM/UGDJM students are trained in making both hand made jewellery and casting jewellery. ►we are introduced to various fabrication skills such as sawing, soldering, filling, polishing, rolling, etc ►we have also got hands on experience with stone settings like prong, bezel, channel and gypsy. ►we have made jewellery that are bracelet, rings, pendants, earrings etc. ►in casting jewellery, procedures from mould making to burnout cycle all the steps are part of the curriculum and performed individually. ►the technique of estimating jewellery weight just by observing the design and recovering the maximum loss of metal during the jewellery making process is a skill developed. Course Overview

MANUAL DESIGN The manual designing curriculum covers the methods of drawing, rendering, representation, as MANUAL DESIGN The manual designing curriculum covers the methods of drawing, rendering, representation, as well as technical details in manufacturing of their final jewellery piece in accordance with industry norms. Research on international jewellery markets like France, Italy, USA, India, Middle east etc and their designs as assignments and presentations Rendering and presentation includes: ► representation of diamonds, color stones – both faceted and cabochons. ► various colors of gold – white, yellow, pink, green etc. ► designing conceptual and thematic collections ► pendants, rings, and various other jewellery in views like isometric , orthographic and cross sectional. Course Overview Next

MANUAL DESIGN Technical Aspects: ► estimating cost of a jewellery piece. ► different views MANUAL DESIGN Technical Aspects: ► estimating cost of a jewellery piece. ► different views of the same piece. ► different styles of jewellery prevailing in various international markets. The entire methodology is based on the concept of ‘learning by discovering and doing’. Rigorous training are given to the students so that they don’t face any setbacks while working in the industry. Regular updates and current affairs knowledge of this industry are given to the students. Various presentations are given with detailed study on international markets. Previous Course Overview Next

CAD/CAM TRAINING CAD stands for computer-aided design. Training in CAD is also very important CAD/CAM TRAINING CAD stands for computer-aided design. Training in CAD is also very important as the whole jewellery industry is shifting from manual designing to computer designing as it is more efficient because the software records lines as vectors based on mathematical equations. Portions of a drawing can be twisted, stretched, or moved. CAD programs that we were taught includes, ► Digital Gold. Smith (2 D). ► Rhinoceros (3 D). ► Matrix. VI (3 D specifically designed and developed for making any kind of jewellery design). Previous Course Overview Next

CAD/CAM TRAINING CAM stands for computer-aided-manufacturing Commonly used CAM machines in jewellery (Also known CAD/CAM TRAINING CAM stands for computer-aided-manufacturing Commonly used CAM machines in jewellery (Also known as Rapid Prototype system). This systems is mainly divided in two types, Additive Rapid Prototyping. Subtractive Rapid Prototyping (RPT) is briefly introduced to the course for both PGDJM and UDJM. We have used the Rapid Prototyping procedure for our final project. Previous Course Overview

GEMOLOGY The Gemology Module for PGDJM/UGDJM has been designed to empower the student for GEMOLOGY The Gemology Module for PGDJM/UGDJM has been designed to empower the student for the Gem and Jewellery Industry with knowledge of Gems and Diamonds and its application as a management level decision maker. The knowledge of gemology gained ranges from Mines to Market. It is very important to create a strong base in gemology as this information can aid us to understand different gems stones available in the world and recognize them by their existence and characteristics. The topic coverage is vast and varied ranging from – ► 4 C’s of a diamond [colour, clarity, cut, and carat weight] ► qualities that define a gem- 4 Cs of a gemstone [colour, clarity, cut and carat weight] ► identification of cubic zirconia, moissanite and natural diamonds ► different styles of fashioning a gem ► properties of a gem that aid in differentiation ► factors to be considered while setting gemstone in a jewellery piece ► gems used in Fashion jewellery & Sight Identification ► standard gem testing instruments that aid in differentiating gems ► synthetic/ Man- made gemstones ► gem enhancements and treatments ► commercially important gemstones and their imitations ► presentations on historically famous gemstones. Course Overview Next

GEMOLOGY Moreover we also covered Gemology’s linkage with the various departments. These areas are GEMOLOGY Moreover we also covered Gemology’s linkage with the various departments. These areas are as follows – ► market survey and research ► marketing and merchandising ► finance department ► design department ► purchase and inventory management ► quality control ► business ethics ► customer relations Previous Course Overview

INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT ► ► principles of management functions of management Leadership strategic planning INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT ► ► principles of management functions of management Leadership strategic planning Course Overview

INTRODUCTION TO CONCEPTS OF MARKETING ► marketing environment ► product life cycle ► segmentation INTRODUCTION TO CONCEPTS OF MARKETING ► marketing environment ► product life cycle ► segmentation ► tools of marketing ► marketing mix ► product planning and strategies ► distribution channels Course Overview

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Information technology ► IT systems in the industry ► office automation ► INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Information technology ► IT systems in the industry ► office automation ► database management ► business applications ► presentation techniques Course Overview

INTERNATIONAL MARKETING ► overview of international markets ► consumer behavior in global perspective ► INTERNATIONAL MARKETING ► overview of international markets ► consumer behavior in global perspective ► cultural marketing ► ways of entering international market ► branding ► product preferences Course Overview

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT ► introduction to accounting ► understanding and maintaining books of accounts ► FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT ► introduction to accounting ► understanding and maintaining books of accounts ► final accounts Course Overview

BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT & LOGISTICS ► international trade procedures ► customs and tariffs ► organizations BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT & LOGISTICS ► international trade procedures ► customs and tariffs ► organizations governing trade ► Import export logistics ► export control and policy and management ► declarations on product packaging Course Overview

CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR & SERVICES MANAGEMENT ► understanding consumer perceptions ► emerging trends & product CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR & SERVICES MANAGEMENT ► understanding consumer perceptions ► emerging trends & product designs ► techniques of customer handling ► grievances management ► quality commitment & service management Course Overview

MERCHANDISING & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT ► categorization ► coordination of demand supply ► procurement MERCHANDISING & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT ► categorization ► coordination of demand supply ► procurement of raw materials ► visual merchandising and front line staff ► dealerships and retail management Course Overview

MATERIAL AND TESTING TECHNOLOGIES Manufacturing metals alloys used in the jewellery optimizing metal alloys MATERIAL AND TESTING TECHNOLOGIES Manufacturing metals alloys used in the jewellery optimizing metal alloys for manufacturing physical & chemical properties and their implications in properties testing metals hallmarking assaying techniques Course Overview

MATERIAL AND TESTING TECHNOLOGIES Gemology dichroscope polariscope conoscope refractometer 10 x lens and microscope MATERIAL AND TESTING TECHNOLOGIES Gemology dichroscope polariscope conoscope refractometer 10 x lens and microscope Spectroscope weighing balance with specific gravity (S. G) kit UV lamp

STUDENTS PROFILE Jyotsna Nikumbha B. A in Economics View Resume Yesha Shah B. Com STUDENTS PROFILE Jyotsna Nikumbha B. A in Economics View Resume Yesha Shah B. Com View Resume Previous Home Next

STUDENTS Shraddha Redkar B. Com View Resume Owais Bhoraniya B. Sc in Physics View STUDENTS Shraddha Redkar B. Com View Resume Owais Bhoraniya B. Sc in Physics View Resume Previous Home Next

STUDENTS Nagasoma Shekar Darla B. Com View Resume Kanni Kumar Songa B. Com View STUDENTS Nagasoma Shekar Darla B. Com View Resume Kanni Kumar Songa B. Com View Resume Previous Home Next

STUDENTS Imran Khan B. Com View Resume Manesh Kamble B. Com View Resume Previous STUDENTS Imran Khan B. Com View Resume Manesh Kamble B. Com View Resume Previous Home Next

STUDENTS Imanur Aziz H. S. C from West Bengal View Resume Surekha Singh H. STUDENTS Imanur Aziz H. S. C from West Bengal View Resume Surekha Singh H. S. C from Mumbai View Resume Previous Home

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FACULTY AT GICED Ms. Anita Chandrasekhar Mr. Ashok Govande Mr. Ashok Gadhire Ms. Della FACULTY AT GICED Ms. Anita Chandrasekhar Mr. Ashok Govande Mr. Ashok Gadhire Ms. Della Crasta Ms. Reshma Tamhane Ms. Shilpa Borkar Home Next

FACULTY AT IIJ Mr. Manuj Bansal Mr. Chandan Deherkar Ms. Dhrumee Soni Ms. Pinaaz FACULTY AT IIJ Mr. Manuj Bansal Mr. Chandan Deherkar Ms. Dhrumee Soni Ms. Pinaaz Dajee Ms. Payal Dharamashi Mr. Sachin Ghag Ms. Salvita D’crasto Mr. Sreenath Patel Previous Home

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT We would like to thank all the companies in SEEPZ and Zaveri Bazaar ACKNOWLEDGEMENT We would like to thank all the companies in SEEPZ and Zaveri Bazaar for allowing us to visit their workstations and imparting knowledge. Fortdiamond Consultancy Livingstone Manufacturing Pvt. Ltd Rhythm jewels NIBR SS gems Master Chains Home Next

CREDITS Presentation Supervisor : Ms. Anita Chandrasekhar Ms. Reshma Tamhane Presentation Made By : CREDITS Presentation Supervisor : Ms. Anita Chandrasekhar Ms. Reshma Tamhane Presentation Made By : Imran Khan Contributors : Owais Bhoraniya Kanni Kumar Songa Shekar Darla Shraddha Redkar Manesh Kamble Jyotsna Nikumbha Yesha Shah Surekha Singh Imanur Aziz Placement Coordinators : Ms. Reshma Tamhane & Mr. Ashok Gadhire. Previous Home Next

CONTACT US Placement Cell Reshma Tamhane(GICED) Contact No: 9892276328 Email Id : resham_tam@rediffmail. com CONTACT US Placement Cell Reshma Tamhane(GICED) Contact No: 9892276328 Email Id : [email protected] com Ashok Gadhire(GICED) Contact No: 9892413256 Email Id : [email protected] co. in, Home

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