Bachelors Degree in Jewellery Design & Management – B.Sc (JDM) – 3 Years
Students who enroll in the Bachelor of Jewelry Design and Management course are given the opportunity to study the many tools and procedures utilised in the jewellery industry.
In order to develop a new language of metal, you will engage in critical dialogues about form and content over the course of this three-year, distinctive, and comprehensive programme. The course provides a comprehensive education in metals, covering topics like product design, art jewellery, and metal business operations. Design and technological projects provide a strong emphasis on conceptual growth, problem resolution, and analytical thinking. You will go from the development of fundamental skills to exploring complex technical processes and creating your own aesthetic practice.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Devise jewellery design solutions to meet client needs taking both material and process requirements into consideration.
- Apply specialized jewellery skills to industry standards to inform technique and design.
- Produce technical drawings and illustrations to communicate jewellery designs as required.
- Select fabrication processes to optimize jewellery production.
- Differentiate gemstones and their properties as required in the jewellery industry.
- Use computer software (CAD skills) to produce 2D drawings and 3D models of complex jewellery forms, and digital manufacturing technologies (CAM skills) to produce industry quality jewellery items.
Career Opportunities & Job Roles
A bachelor’s degree in jewellery design opens up a wide range of job options in fashion jewellery, costume jewellery, accessories, and specialty metals manufacture, design, retail, and wholesale.
SEMESTER - I
|HISTORY OF JEWELLERY AND ART|
|FUNDAMENTALS OF DESIGN|
|INDIAN CONSTITUTION AND ETHICS|
|MANAGEMENT OF ORGANISATION|
SEMESTER - II
|BASIC TECHNIQUES IN JEWELLERY DESIGN|
|CLASSIFICATION OF JEWELLERY PRODUCTS|
|HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT|
|ENVIRONMENTAL & PUBLIC HEALTH|
SEMESTER - III
|ADVANCED TECHNICAL DESIGN (PLAIN METAL)|
|DIAMONDS – I|
|DIAMONDS – II|
SEMESTER – IV
|GEMMOLOGY – I|
|GEMMOLOGY – II|
|ADVANCED TECHNICAL DESIGN (STUDDED)|
|MANUFACTURING TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES – I|
SEMESTER – V
|ADVANCED TREND DESIGN AND PORTFOLIO|
|LUXURY & RETAIL JEWELLERY SEGMENTS|
|GEM AND JEWELLERY EXPORTS|
|MANUFACTURING TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES – II (Practical)|
|MARKETING, BRANDING AND MANAGEMENT|
SEMESTER – VI