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Jewellery Design

 

 

 

 

    The Jewels of India are world famous. The Art and Joy of wearing jewellery is also found, all over the World. The Jewellery Design Course has become enormously popular. This can partly be explained by India's unique Cultural Heritage. It is also the profitability and Job assets in this field, for Women.
     Jewellery is the crowning pearl to Personal Beauty. It has a peerless place in the rites and rituals of India. It is a major movable asset of our Economy. Possession of jewels and their lavish use in Festivals and Ceremonies has always been a sign of Social Status.
     This bejewelled Course enables a Student to acquire complete creative knowledge from a fully functioning Lab Workshop. The Subject of Gemmology has also been included in the Second-yr, due to the newer demands of the Employment Industry.



Ms. Harpreet Arora
Head of the Department
Jewellery Design

    We are very proud of the fact that almost all Students find profitable Jobs in the Export Offices, Buying Houses or by working for well known Jewellers, in the Domestic Market. Some are also Self-Employed or are Free-Lancing.

       

Curriculum

ONE YEAR
FIRST YEAR
SECOND YEAR
THIRD YEAR
Design Design - I Design - II Advance Design
Execution Production Conceptual Production Managerial Production
Nature Study Nature Study - I Nature Study Professional Practice
Methods and Materials Methods and Material - I Methods & Material Product Development
Basic Design Basic Design Traditional Jewellery  
Gemmology Drawing Gemmology  
Colour Colour and Texture    
Traditional Jewellery      


Subject Details

Basic Design: The Study of basic visual concepts that relate to the appearance of Design Products, which includes : space, line, tone, colour form, rhythm and pattern.

Colour & Texture: The perception of Colour is the strongest emotion, of the visual process. We give an Introduction to the wide range of colours in their varied tints and tones.

Drawing: It is an exposure to different tools and mediums and how to record a particular Event or Scenario.

Methods & Materials: A Student is given the basic experience of the wide variety of Materials and Processes utilized, in the Production of Man Made Objects.

Design: The Designer has to be a skilled Problem Solver. She strives to create a better total Environment by her choices and actions. The Student is educated on how aesthetical Design follows the rules of proportion, symmetry, balance contrast and colour.

Execution: To translate and consolidate suggestions and thoughts into aesthetic Designs.

Production: This means a complete configuration of inventiveness, creative choice and knowledge of Materials and Workmanship.


Conceptional Production: The Designer is exposed to different designs and materials. She is in turn made to compromise and optimise factors, keeping in view the limitation of technology and processes.It is done before the evolution of the Final Product.

Professional Practice: Knowledge is given regarding the know how to deal with Contracts and Clients. The rules for Professional Conduct and Estimation.

Gemmology: The study and Identification of precious and semi-precious Gemstones.

Product Development: Knowledge of developing Design Ideas for Industrial Use.

Traditional Jewellery: We give an exposures to different kinds of Traditional Jewellery which have evolved through different Historical Periods.

Nature Study: A deep analytical approach to understand forms in Nature. Nature Study reveals the source of many Design Ideas used in the Man Made Environment.

Managerial Production: This Subject incorporates different techniques, colours visual excitement, with the Finished Product. Students learn all about Casting Cutting, Setting, Enamelling, Engraving etc