‘IIGJ: Pride of India’ Coffeetable Book Unveiled
During the IIJS inauguration, the Indian Institute of Gems & Jewellery (IIGJ) management committee including chairman Kirit Bhansali, director Anil Virani and institute head Sanjay Ghosh along with Council members, released a coffeetable book titled, “IIGJ: Pride of India”.
Bhansali noted that so far more than 8,000 students had passed from the institutes, which now number seven in total after the addition of Benares and Udupi branches. He said, “Jewellery training is no longer vocational, but a mainstream career option.”
GJEPC chairman Pramod Agrawal added, “As the industry is aiming to create two million more jobs in the near future, the Council is also planning to set up the first ever university of gems and jewellery in the country.”