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Ministry of Rural Development Government of India October 8, 2013. Gem & Jewellery Skill Council of India. GJSCI is the sector skill council for the Gems and Jewellery sector in India

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gem jewellery skill council of india
Gem & Jewellery Skill Council of India
  • GJSCI is the sector skill council for the Gems and Jewellery sector in India
  • It covers all the areas and functions of the industry such as diamond processing, coloured gemstone processing, jewellery manufacturing, wholesale, retail and exports.
  • The organisations that have helped create the GJSCI are:
governing council
Governing Council

Chairman : Mr. Prem Kothari, Fine Jewellery India Ltd, Mumbai

Mr. Ashok Minawala, Danabhai Jewellers & Sons, Mumbai

Mr. C.K.Venkataraman, Titan Industries Ltd, Bengaluru

Mr. Colin Shah, Kama Schachter Jewellery, Mumbai

Mr. Gibson Vedamani,NSDC Nominee

Mr. HareshSoni, PremjiValji & Sons, Rajkot

Mr. Jatin Chheda, Chheda Jewels, Mumbai,

Mr. Nirmal Kumar Bardiya, RMC Gems Group, Jaipur

Ms. Nirupa Bhatt, Gemmological Institute of America, Mumbai

Mr. Parag Shah, K. Girdharlal International Ltd., Surat

Mr. Rajiv Mehta, Surat Diamond Jewellery Pvt Ltd., Mumbai

Prof. V. K. Murti, S. P. Jain Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai

Mr. Vasant Mehta, V. Rameshchandra & Co., Mumbai

Mr. VinodHayagriv, C KrishniahChetty & Sons, Bengaluru

industry profile
Industry Profile
  • Largest consumers of gold and jewellery in the world
  • Cuts and polishes 14 out of 15 diamonds sold anywhere in the world
  • Predominant position as an important processing and trading centre for coloured gemstones
  • Highly fragmented, phase of consolidation: 96% family owned businesses
  • Predominantly hand crafted products and requirement of skilled human resources
major clusters
Major Clusters
  • Jewellery Retail – Nationally
  • Jewellery Manufacturing – Kolkata, Coimbatore, Delhi, Rajkot, Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Junagadh, Hyderabad, Thrissur, Kolhapur, Jaipur, Karwar
    • Substantial numbers from West Bengal, Tamil Nadu
  • Diamond Processing – Gujarat
    • Substantial numbers from Saurashtra Region. Some mobilisation from Bihar, UP, MP and Orissa
  • Coloured Gemstone Processing - Rajasthan
employement opportunities abroad
Employement Opportunities Abroad
  • 50% of the Gem & Jewellery workforce in Middle East of Indian origin
    • Kerala, West Bengal
national occupational standards
National Occupational Standards
  • 100 + unique job roles. 76 QRC approved
  • Training initiated for 36 job roles under the STAR Scheme
  • Standardised training content developed by GJSCI made available to training partners at a fee
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Creating a workforce with continuously upgraded skills, knowledge and qualifications to ensure India’s competitiveness in the Global Gems & Jewellery arena

Gem & Jewellery Skill Council of India

BFC Building, 3rd Floor, SEEPZ SEZ, Mumbai 400096

www.gjsci.org; [email protected]

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