Udyogvikas

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उद्योगविकास

WELCOME TO UDYOGVIKAS

INDIA'S LEADING & 100% PRACTICAL ORIENTED
LEARNING INSTITUTE

JEWELLARY DESIGN

JEWELLARY DESIGN

Jewellery design is the art or profession of designing and creating jewellery. Art has taken many forms throughout the centuries, from the simple beadwork of ancient times to the sophisticated metalworking and gem cutting that is known in the modern day. Jewellery designers work with precious metals, diamonds, beads and gemstones to create wearable pieces of art. A jewellery designer may create one-of-a-kind pieces for high-end jewellers or an entire line for a mass-market fashion designer.

PROGRAMME OBJECTIVE

PROGRAMME OBJECTIVE

The main aim is to equip students to pursue a profession in jewellery design.

  • The curriculum seeks to enhance students’ design abilities, including their capacity to produce original ideas that meet customers’ wants and preferences.
  • The course of study strongly emphasises developing students’ technical abilities, including their capacity to work with materials and tools to make jewellery, such as cutting, polishing, and soldering.
  • The program aims to help students hone their business abilities, including how to market and sell jewellery items, handle finances, and collaborate with customers and other industry professionals.
  • By encouraging students to create fresh, cutting-edge creations of conventional jewellery design, the programme hopes to promote students’ creativity and ingenuity.

Course Duration

Bachelor of Vocational Studies (B.Voc) is a three-year degree program offered at Kalinga University.

Eligibility

The minimal requirements for admission to a B.Voc programme are 10+2 (in any stream) or an equivalent qualification, a two-year ITI diploma following class 10, or a three-year polytechnic diploma following class 10.

CAREER PATH

CARRER PATH

Job TitleJob Description
Designing and creating unique jewellery pieces using a variety of materials, including precious metals, gemstones, and other materials.
Production DesignerDesigning jewellery pieces that can be mass-produced, often using CAD software to create 3D models that can be used for casting and manufacturing.
Bench JewelerWorking with jewellery materials and tools to create and repair jewellery pieces, including resizing rings, replacing stones, and polishing metal surfaces.
GemologistIdentifying and assessing the value of gemstones, often working for jewellery manufacturers, wholesalers, or retailers.
Sales RepresentativeSelling jewellery pieces to customers, often working for jewellery retailers or wholesalers.
Jewelry MerchandiserDeveloping product lines for jewellery retailers or wholesalers, taking into account trends, customer preferences, and market demands.
ConsultantProviding design, manufacturing, or marketing advice to jewellery manufacturers or retailers.
EntrepreneurStarting and managing a jewellery business, including designing and creating unique pieces, managing finances, marketing and sales, and collaborating with other professionals in the industry.

FEES STRUCTURE

FEES STRUCTURE

S.NoName of the CourseRegistration Fee (One Time)Course Fee (Per Sem)Exam Fee (Per Sem)Re-Reg Fee* (Per Sem)Total
1Jewellery Design 1,500 17,000 1,000 500112,000

ADMISSION PROCEDURE

ADMISSION PROCEDURE

Eligibility​

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About Fees Structure​

Selected candidates will have to deposit the fee within ten working days after the declaration of the Successful candidate’s list. Students can pay the fee by any mode – Online/ Cheque/Draft.

Academic Calendar​

The academic calendar of Kalinga University will be followed for all academic and examination matters.

Discipline​

The students of the programme will be governed by the University rules in regard to minimum attendance and evaluation for the award of a Degree Certificate.