IIGJ Delhi’s training facility is centrally located at Jhandewalan Jewellery Complex and is easily accessible. The Centre has a total built up area of approximately 9,000 Sq. Ft and all its classrooms are air-conditioned, with Wi-Fi and audio-visual facilities.
The Delhi centre campus symbolizes a commitment to quality and dedication to the creative and intellectual needs of the students by fostering the concept of high quality in everything that is undertaken.
In more than 36 years of existence, the Institute has honed the skills of over 10,000 students who have graduated from various educational courses.
At IIGJ, a student’s education never ends with only classroom teaching. The Institute provides a variety of opportunities to every student, to enhance and supplement classroom learning with hands-on experience in the gems & jewellery industry.
Educational programmes at IIGJ Delhi are supported by industry-trained, qualified and experienced faculties.
As in all the other IIGJ centres across India, the Delhi centre is also constantly striving for upgradation in every aspect, adapting and aligning with training requirements across all centres, to meet the demand of constantly changing needs of skill development to match the gem & jewellery industry’s current as well as future demands.
The Design Rooms at IIGJ Delhi, used for theory and design lectures, are spacious and well-lit, providing a relaxed working atmosphere. The lectures are supported by modern audio-visual teaching facilities. The workshops and machine rooms are fully equipped to accommodate most hands-on metalsmithing and jewellery making practices.
The CAD labs at the Institute have an overall capacity of 15 computer stations with licensed 3D design software. The computers are well-configured, suitable for the latest design software.
The manufacturing workshop at IIGJ Delhi is very well equipped with machines of the latest technology in the industry. Laser welder and laser marking, engraving and cutting are other state-of the-art facilities available. Students are able to learn all the processes using the latest in tools and equipment.
The library is an important part of the Institute for students to conduct their research and documentation work. It houses books on design, from tribal to modern western style jewellery and gemstones, as well as books about other design specialisations, such as, Architecture, Textile, and Industrial Design and a variety of books on Gemmology. It also has a wide range of the latest jewellery trade magazines, and others as well.
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The Institute is governed by a legally constituted Board of Directors all of whom are members of GJEPC. All founder members as well as the Directors on the Board have strong ties with the jewellery industry and are impartially committed to furthering the Institute’s goal and mission.