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The size of the global Gems and Jewelry industry was estimated at US $ 146 billion at retail prices in 2005, and is estimated to have recorded US $ 170 billion in sales in 2008. The industry has grown at an average Compounded Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 5.2% since 2000. India is one of the eight key world markets, the others being the USA, UK, Middle East, Turkey, Japan, Italy and China. India is the also the largest consumer of gold in the world, and is estimated to hold nearly 16,000 tonnes of gold, accounting for nearly 12-15% of the world’s cumulative ‘aboveground’ gold stocks. India is also the largest diamond cutting and polishing center in the world. While a predominant portion of gold jewelry manufactured in India is for domestic consumption, a significant portion of rough, uncut diamonds processed in the form of either polished diamonds or finished diamond jewelry is exported. The manufacturing and processing of Gems and Jewelry is distributed across several countries in the world (i.e., the African continent dominates the mining space of diamonds whereas India is the dominant player in diamond processing). Apart from being a major market, India primarily forms a part of the polishing and jewelry manufacturing part of the industry’s value chain in addition to increasing traction in the organized retail of jewelry. The domestic demand for gold jewelry was estimated at Rs. 550 billion in 2007, accounting for an estimated 80% of the Indian jewelry market of Rs. 690 billion; the balance comprised of diamond jewelry (Rs. 115 billion), and other fabricated jewelry (Rs. 25 billion). The industry is characterized by highly unorganized trade, labour intensive operations, working capital and raw material intensiveness, price volatility of gold and export orientation. Though India plays a dominant role in the Gems and Jewelry industry in terms of processing and consumption, its role in the mining of gold and diamond is minimal. India imports gold and rough diamonds along with other precious metals. The Gems and Jewelry industry also plays a key role in the Indian economy, and commands a high percentage of the exports from the country. In 2008, Gems and Jewelry exports accounted for about 12% of India’s total exports. The growth of exports between 2002-03 and 2007-08 was about 14% amounting to Rs. 837 billion in 2008.
NSDC is a first-of-its-kind Public Private Partnership (PPP) in India set up to facilitate the development and upgrading of the skills of the growing Indian workforce through skill training programs. A large part of the organization’s efforts are directed and towards developing the skills in the unorganized sector in India. NSDC supports skill development efforts, in India by funding skill training and development program. The roles and responsibilities of the GJSCI are: Identification of skill development needs in the Gem and Jewellery sector in India Preparing a catalogue of types of skills needed in the Jewellery industry. Preparing a skill development plan for the Gem and Jewellery sector. Determining skills/competency standards and qualifications. Affiliation and accreditation process of the institutes imparting training in the Gem and Jewellery industry. Participation in examination and certification of individuals undergoing training. Planning and execution of Train the trainer programs. Establishing Academies of Excellence in the sector. Establishment of a well-structured sector specific Labour Market Information System (LMIS) to assist planning and delivery of training

Objective

  • Initiate Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) across India to Recognize the Prior Learning of artisans and provide them with suitable opportunities. - 22,640+ artisans have been certified across India under RPL
  • To identify skill development needs in the Gem and Jewellery sector in India.
  • To determine skills / competency standards and develop curriculum as per world Industry standards by creating National Occupational Standards (NOS) for every job role prevailing in the Gem & Jewellery industry. - Developed 117 QP / NOS covering 5 sub-sectors.
  • Initiate Dakshagraam across India to upgrade manufacturing setups with latest technologies to improve productivity and reduce gold loss.
  • Establish Academies of Excellence in the sector PAN India.

Scope

  • To create an organized training and development ecosystem in the gems and jewellery industry to produce skilled workforce at par with global quality standards.

Appraiser and Valuer

Eligibility Preferably 12th standard passed 18 Years Exp 5 years in jewellery making / assessing
Description The individual in the jewellery retailing store assesses the quality of the jewellery product through standard assaying methods, fixes its value and prevents fraudulent sales.
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Assorter (Advanced)

Eligibility 10th Standard, preferably 18 years
Description The individual at work mainly works with a loupe to segregate rough/polished diamonds and gemstones into multiple groups based on its characteristics like cut, carat, clarity or colour. The individual is required to have knowledge of performing measurements of 4Cs on a diamond. The individual is responsible for delivering segregated diamonds or gemstones with no loss.
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Assorter (Basic)

Eligibility 10th standard or equivalent preferably 18 years
Description The individual at work mainly works with a tripod or table loupe to segregate polished diamonds mainly less than 30 cents in size into two or three groups based on some common characteristics like cut, carat, clarity or colour. The individual is responsible for delivering segregated diamonds with no loss.
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Auto Blocker

Eligibility Preferably 10th Standard Passed 18 Years
Description Individuals work with the auto-blocking machine and make the basic four (or eight) bottom and top facets of a diamond in order to make it ready for final polishing or brilliance. For auto blocking, the stone is set in a dop is fixed in the auto-blocking machine and held down on a revolving cast-iron scaife charged with diamond dust.
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Auto Bruter

Eligibility Preferably 10th Standard Passed 18 Years
Description The individual works with bruting machine and another diamond or wheel (rotating in opposite direction to the diamond being bruted) to give the rough diamond round and cone shapes. A bruter must be careful: so that excess bruting does not cause too much stone loss or suboptimal bruting causes the girdle to disappear at a later stage of processing.
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Blade Sawing Supervisor

Eligibility 12th standard passed 18 Years Exp 3 years minimum
Description The individual on this job, allocates work to subordinate workers, trains and educates them, instructs about the job to be performed on daily basis, checks quality of output, manages team and systems, carries out performance appraisal and ensures safety of the diamond, in order to ensure accurate cut as per marking to derive maximum value from a rough as per company’s objectives and delivers on time.
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Blade Sawyer

Eligibility Preferably 10th Standard Passed 18 Years
Description The individual at work needs to cut the rough diamond along the marking by fixing it on to a dop or pot, then slicing it using the blade sawing machine. A blade sawing operator is responsible for delivering perfect cut roughs in the stipulated time, while minimizing weight loss and breakage.
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Blocking Supervisor

Eligibility Minimum 12th Standard passed 18 Years Exp 3 years minimum
Description The individual on this job, allocates work to subordinate workers, trains and educates them, instructs about the job to be performed on daily basis, checks quality of output, manages team and systems, carries out performance appraisal, ensures safety of the diamond, and interacts with other departments in order to ensure accurate basic four (or eight) top and bottom facets of the diamond as per company’s objectives and delivers on time.
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Boiling In-charge

Eligibility Preferably 10th Standard Passed 18 Years
Description Individuals working on this job place the finished diamond in a beaker with chemical solution like hydrochloric and sulfuric acid and place the beaker in a heating oven. This removes any residue of diamond dust, dirt or other contaminants collected during the cutting or polishing process. This process may also remove/bleach some of the darker surface reaching inclusions (Naats). Boiling this is sometimes performed on rough as well to improve the appearance of the rough.
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Bottom Polisher

Eligibility Preferably 10th standard passed 18 Years
Description The individual on the job work with bottom dop-tang system and make the 24 bottom facets of a diamond by polishing it on the polishing wheel or scaife in order to yield maximum brilliance and symmetry. For polishing, the stone is set either in a lead dop or a mechanical-clamp and held down on a revolving cast-iron scaife (horizontal and circular disc) charged with diamond dust.
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Bruting Supervisor

Eligibility Minimum 12th Standard passed 18 Years
Description The individual on this job, allocates work to subordinate workers, trains and educates them, instructs about the job to be performed on daily basis, checks quality of output, manages team and systems, carries out performance appraisal, ensures safety of the diamond, and interacts with other departments in order to ensure accurate shaping of the diamond as per company’s objectives and delivers on time.
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CAM Machine Operator

Eligibility Minimum: 12th standard or diploma 18 Years
Description The individual interprets the three-dimensional (3D) jewellery design, feeds design parameters in the CAM machine and produces resin based prototypes. The model prototype serves as a sample for manufacturing jewellery or components.
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Cashier

Eligibility Graduate 18 Years
Description The individual in the retail store is in-charge of billing, collecting the payment from the customers and closing the sales transaction in a retail store. The individual also maintains records of sales transaction and other documents required for compliance.
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Casting Machine Operator

Eligibility Minimally qualified 18 Years
Description The individual at work converts wax models to jewellery pieces through investment casting process. The individual invests the flask and then operates semi to fully-automated machines to pour and regulate the flow of molten precious metal into cavities created by melted wax, to produce cast jewellery pieces on mass scale.
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Cleaver

Eligibility Preferably 10th Standard Passed 18 Years
Description The individual at work needs to cut the rough diamond into two pieces, for better value or the removal of impurities or irregularities without shattering it. The individual uses a second diamond or a laser, to carve a groove into the diamond along a plane of weakness. A steel blade is placed in the groove and a sharp blow is delivered with the hammer, which splits the stone.
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Design Merchandiser

Eligibility Graduation 18 Years
Description The individual at work assesses market trends by: Researching the market, taking cues from exhibitions and interacting with customers and designer. The individual develops design concepts, assesses the value of inputs to price jewellery for different budgets, and presents design brief to senior management or client for finalization.
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Designer - CAD

Eligibility 12th standard passed 18 Years
Description The individual at work uses CAD software and tools to produce a range of jewellery designs that are also practical for manufacturing. CAD drawings provide all the information that forms the basis for every stage of manufacturing the jewellery.
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Diamond Assorter

Eligibility Preferably 10th standard passed 18 Years
Description Individuals working as assorter have to separate polished diamonds and group them into lots having similar characteristics and reject which are not as per required quality. It is done by looking at the diamond through an eye glass under light and requires experience in spotting similar type of diamonds. Each diamond is assessed according to its characteristics of cut, carat, colour and clarity.
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Diamond Bagger and Flueter

Eligibility 12th standard passed 18 Years
Description The individual at work counts diamonds and gemstones and puts into a bag as per the product requirement for any given jewellery design.
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Filer and Assembler

Eligibility Preferably 10th standard passed 18 Years
Description The individual works with numerous hand and machine tools to remove sprues from the cast jewellery piece; rectify casting defects such as porosity, blisters, bubbles, and cracks; and assemble the final jewellery components meant for linking.
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Final Assortment Supervisor

Eligibility Preferably 10th Standard Passed 18 Years
Description The individual at work allocates work to subordinate workers, trains and educates them, instructs about the job to be performed on daily basis, checks quality of output, manages team and systems, carries out performance appraisal, ensures safety of the diamond, and interacts with other departments in order to produce lots of polished diamonds as per company’s objectives and customer’s requirement and delivers on time.
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Final Quality Inspector

Eligibility Minimum: 10th standard passed 18 Years
Description The individual at work ensures that the jewellery piece manufactured is as per design and defect-free before allowing it to be dispatched to the customer.
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Floor Manager

Eligibility Graduate 18 Years Exp 5 - 6 years of experience in jewellery sales
Description The individual in the jewellery retail store manages a section of sales counters, mostly, of similar product categories, e.g., gold section, or diamond section. The individual is responsible for the sales at the sections and also the performance of human resource working there. Sometimes, the individual and may also manage the store alongside the Store Manager.
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Gemstone Driller

Eligibility Preferably 10th standard passed 18 Years
Description The individual at work uses drilling machine and different types of drill bits or needles to create even holes through the finished gemstone to make it ready for threading.
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Gemstone Facet Maker

Eligibility Preferably 10th standard passed 18 Years
Description The individual works with high-speed and angle-indexed rotating scaife machines with diamond or steel laps in order to grind facets on, mainly, transparent gemstones.
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Gemstone Final-shaper and Calibrator

Eligibility Preferably 10th standard passed 18 Years Minimum 3 years as Pre-shaper
Description The individual works with high-speed rotating scaife machines with diamond or steel laps in order to give the pre-shaped gemstone the final shape as per planned weight and size. Final-shaping determines the shape, size and weight of the final stone.
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Gemstone Girdle Polisher

Eligibility Preferably 10th standard passed 18 Years
Description The individual works with high-speed rotating machines with metal scaifes and buffs to produce a fully finished stone
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Gemstone Packager and Dispatcher

Eligibility Minimum 10th Standard passed 18 Years
Description The individual at work uses computers, design or plan to packs the faceted and/or polished gemstones, ready or dispatch.
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Gemstone Polisher

Eligibility Preferably 10th standard passed 18 Years
Description The individual works with high-speed rotating machines with metal plates and buffs to produce a fully finished stone. The polisher may work on pre-shaped (cabochon) stone or faceted stone.
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Gemstone Pre-shaper

Eligibility Preferably 10th standard passed 18 Years
Description The individual works with high-speed rotating scaife machines with diamond or steel laps in order to give the rough cut gemstone the shape as per plan. Pre-shaping determines the shape, size and weight of the processed final stone.
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Gemstone Rough Cutter

Eligibility Preferably 10th standard passed 18 Years
Description The individual works with hands on high-speed rotating blade or sawing machine in order to slice the stone for maximum yield and as per the client order received.
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Gemstone Thread maker

Eligibility Preferably 10th standard passed 18 Years
Description The individual at work uses hands and fine needles to thread several beads or cabochon or faceted stones into a jewellery piece, as per design.
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Gold Refiner

Eligibility B.Sc. (Chemistry) 18 Years
Description The individual at work recovers gold from jewellery pieces, gold scrap and dust collected at different stages of jewellery manufacturing. The individual operates furnaces and uses chemicals to recover gold in the pure form.
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Goldsmith - Component Maker

Eligibility Preferably 10th standard passed 18 Years
Description The individual at work mainly works with hand tools to create components such as balls, wire, stampings, strips and chains required for completing the jewellery piece. The individual is responsible for delivering components with minimum gold loss.
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Goldsmith - Enameller

Eligibility Preferably 10th standard passed 18 Years
Description The individual at work in handmade gold jewellery manufacturing prepares enamel colours of different types to paint vibrant patterns on the finished jewellery frame as per design.
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Goldsmith - Frame Maker

Eligibility Preferably 10th standard passed 18 Years
Description The individual works, mainly, with machine and hand tools to create the base jewellery frame from gold as per design and for further embellishing with components, gemstones and enamelling and plating. The goldsmith is responsible for delivering quality gold jewellery with minimum gold or stone loss.
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Hand Sketch Designer (Basic)

Eligibility Preferably 10th standard passed 18 Years
Description The individual at work uses stationery and measuring tools to create a range of basic jewellery design by hand.
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Inclusion Plotter

Eligibility Preferably 10th Standard Passed 18 Years
Description Individuals on this job use different technologies such as M-Box, Immersion Glass (IG) and Galaxy, based on Helium/Sarin software, to view and manually or automatically plot different types of inclusions such cloud, surface cavities, blind spots, pin point inclusion, 3D, flat cracks, curved cracks. Inclusion plotting helps the planner determine the can be achieved in the cut stone, which will determine its ultimate value. Hence, precision is important in this job.
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Inventory Manager

Eligibility Minimum Educational Qualification: 10 + 2 18 Years 1 – 2 years of experience in accounting or stock management
Description The individual in the jewellery retailing store maintains record on all jewellery product including fresh incoming jewellery from factory, jewellery from customers for exchange sale, jewellery for repairs. The individual also places order for replenishment of jewellery products with vendor.
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Inventory Manager - Wholesale

Eligibility 10th Standard passed 18 Years
Description The individual at work maintains stocks of gemstones at a designated place and records its movement within the organisation, up to dispatch.
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Issue/Return In-charge

Eligibility Preferably 10th Standard Passed 18 Years
Description Individuals working on this job use the computer to note all the details of a diamond weight, shape, stage of processing, person issued to or returned from, before issuing it to a worker for processing. Barcoding and scanning process may also be used.
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Jewellery Polisher

Eligibility Preferably 10th Standard Passed 18 Years
Description The individual provides shine and lustre to the cast jewellery at different stages of its manufacturing such as pre-setting and final polish. The individual works with different types of tools, polishing compounds, soft and hard buffs fixed on high-speed rotating motor bench.
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Jewellery Retail Sales Associate

Eligibility Minimum 12th Standard Passed 18 years 1 to 2 years exp in jewellery sales
Description The individual in the jewellery retailing store engages with the customers, understands the buying requirement of the customers, explains the offerings of the store, assists them in choosing jewellery and completes the sales transaction. The individual manages multiple sales counters of diverse product category and also take customized jewellery orders from the customers.
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Jewellery Retail Sales Associate - Advanced

Eligibility Minimum 12th Standard Passed 18 Years Experience 1 to 2 years in jewellery sales
Description The individual in the jewellery retailing store engages with the customers, understands the buying requirement of the customers, explains the offerings of the store, assists them in choosing jewellery and completes the sales transaction. The individual manages multiple sales counters of diverse product category and also take customized jewellery orders from the customers.
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Jewellery Retail Sales Associate-Basic

Eligibility Minimum 12th Standard Passed 18 Years
Description In the jewellery retail store, the individual at work engages with the customers, understands their buying requirements, explains store offerings, assists them in selecting jewellery and completes the sales transaction.
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Labeller

Eligibility Preferably 12th standard passed 18 Years
Description The individual at work checks the products to be labelled against different characteristics of jewellery, weighs, tags and labels the jewellery product, records and sends for delivery to Inventory Manager.
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Laser Sawing Machine Operator

Eligibility Preferably 10th Standard Passed 18 Years
Description The individual at work needs to cut the rough diamond along the marking by fixing it on a dop or cassette or holder, then slicing it using the laser machine. A laser sawing operator is responsible for delivering perfect cut roughs in the stipulated time, while minimizing weight loss and breakage.
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Laser Supervisor

Eligibility 12th standard passed 18 Years Exp 3 years minimum
Description The individual on this job, allocates work to subordinate workers, trains and educates them, instructs about the job to be performed on daily basis, checks quality of output, manages team and systems, carries out performance appraisal, ensures safety of the diamond, and interacts with other departments in order to ensure accurate cut as per marking to derive maximum value from a rough as per company’s objectives and delivers on time.
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Manual Blocker

Eligibility Preferably 10th Standard Passed 18 Years
Description The individual on the job creates the basic four or eight bottom and top facets on the bruted diamond using the dop-tang system on the polishing diamond-dust charged scaife in such a way as to yield maximum brilliance and symmetry. The diamond is set either in a lead dop or a mechanical-clamp.
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Manual Bruter

Eligibility Preferably 10th Standard Passed 18 Years
Description Individuals work on the doped diamond to be girdled and hold it against a second diamond spinning in opposite direction to slowly round it into a cone shape. A bruter must be careful: so that excess bruting does not cause too much stone loss or sub-optimal bruting causes the girdle to disappear at a later stage of processing.
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Master maker (Hand)

Eligibility Preferably 10th Standard passed Minimum 5 years in Basic Gold smithy and Hand-sketch design
Description The individual at work creates actual master pieces of the jewellery design – complete with frame, components, finishing, setting and embellishing – for replication into another or multiple jewellery pieces.
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Melter and Refiner

Eligibility B.Sc. (Chemistry) 18 Years
Description The individual recovers gold from jewellery pieces, gold scrap, and dust collected at different stages of jewellery manufacturing, by operating melting furnace and chemical processes to recover gold in the pure form and converts into an alloy.
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Merchandiser

Eligibility Graduate 18 Years Exp 7 to 8 years in jewellery sales
Description The individual at work in the jewellery store estimates the demand for the product, plans for jewellery product to be ordered, identify and select the best vendor and place the order. The individual is responsible for executing the strategy of the organisation.
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Metal Setter (Basic)

Eligibility Preferably 10th standard passed 18 Years
Description The individual works with numerous hand and machine tools to set diamond and gemstones as per design, and is responsible for delivering: levelled, damage-free and secured setting of stones while maintaining its brilliance.
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Order Processor

Eligibility Minimally Qualified 18 Years
Description The individual prepares a job sheet based on design parameters of a jewellery order. The details on the job sheet serve as a blueprint for the subsequent processes in the jewellery piece’s manufacturing
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Planner

Eligibility Preferably 10th Standard Passed 18 Years
Description Individuals on this job use the designing software and planning and marking machines to decide where to mark the diamond rough for generating the most profitable polished diamond for the company as per its policy of maximizing value or colour and weight retention.
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Planning Supervisor

Eligibility 12th standard passed 18 Years Exp 3 years minimum
Description The individual on this job, allocates work to subordinate workers, trains and educates them, instructs about the job to be performed on daily basis, checks quality of output, manages team and systems, carries out performance appraisal, ensures safety of the diamond, and interacts with other departments in order to ensure accurate planning to derive maximum value from a rough as per company’s objectives and delivers on time.
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Plater

Eligibility B. Sc. (Chemistry) 18 years
Description The individual at work applies the layer of Rhodium, on the surface of the jewellery piece. The individual operates the plating plant or runs the manual process for applying Rhodium on the finished jewellery piece for giving bright white and reflective appearance to the precious metal jewellery.
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Polished Grader & Assorter (Advanced)

Eligibility Preferably 10th Standard Passed 18 Years
Description The individual at work mainly works with a loupe to segregate polished diamonds into multiple groups based on its characteristics like cut, carat, clarity or colour. The individual is required to have knowledge of performing measurements of 4Cs on a diamond. The individual is responsible for delivering segregated diamonds with no loss.
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Polished Grader & Assorter (Basic)

Eligibility Preferably 10th Standard Passed 18 Years
Description The individual at work mainly works with a tripod or table loupe to segregate polished diamonds mainly less than 30 cents in size into two or three groups based on some common characteristic cut, carat, clarity or colour. The individual is responsible for delivering segregated diamonds with no loss.
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Polisher and Cleaner

Eligibility Preferably 10th standard passed 18 Years
Description This individual at work finishes the jewellery frame and cleans it thoroughly in order to give the base frame the look that the design requires. Polishing is done at multiple stages of jewellery making with different types of materials or abrasives. Cleaning is also done at multiple stages of jewellery making using different types of techniques as applicable
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Polishing Supervisor

Eligibility 12th standard passed 18 Years Exp 3 years minimum
Description The individual on this job, allocates work to subordinate workers, trains and educates them, instructs about the job to be performed on daily basis, checks quality of output, manages team and systems, carries out performance appraisal, ensures safety of the diamond, and interacts with other departments in order to produce lots of faceted and polished diamonds as per company’s objectives and customer’s requirement and delivers on time.
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Product Development Manager

Eligibility Graduate 18 Years
Description The individual at work coordinates with the stakeholders such as customers, marketing team, production team, designers and merchandisers to develop the practical, marketable and fashionable jewellery products. The individual recruits, trains and manages team of designers.
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Rough Assorter

Eligibility Preferably 10th Standard Passed 18 Years
Description The individual at work needs to divide rough diamonds into groups having similar characteristics, by looking at the rough through an eye glass under light, using his/her knowledge and experience. Each rough diamond is assessed according to its natural characteristics – judging specifically its colour, clarity, carat and model or shape
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Rough Marker

Eligibility Preferably 10th Standard Passed 18 Years
Description The individual at work needs to mark assorted rough diamonds manually, using a marker pen for various requirements like identification, windowing, cleaving, laser or blade sawing, bruiting, etc. A marker needs to use his/her experience and make precise marking as the accuracy of the following process depends on the accuracy of the marking. The marking must be made with the objective of maximizing the value, or any other as fixed by the company.
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Rubber Mould Maker

Eligibility Preferably 10th standard passed 18 Years
Description The individual uses different types of rubber and works with vulcanising machine and various hand tools such as sterilised blade in order to create the mould.
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Sorter

Eligibility Preferably 10th standard passed 18 Years
Description The individual selects the most appropriate gemstones for the jewellery as per design by size, shape, weight, colour and type, for setting on the jewellery frame at a later stage.
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Spectrum Operator

Eligibility Preferably 10th Standard Passed 18 Years
Description Individuals on this job use the spectrometer, light table and the D to Z machine (computer) to colour grade diamonds by analyzing the spectrum graph drawn and after passing light through the parallel windows created in the rough diamond in order to select the optimum plan. The spectrum operator evaluates the fluorescence in the rough diamond before assigning the final grades.
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Store Manager

Eligibility Graduate 18 Years Exp 7 to 8 years in jewellery sales
Description The individual at work in the jewellery retail store manages the sales and operations of the jewellery retail store. The individual is responsible for the performance of human resource and decides on product management, sales and promotion strategy to be followed at a store level.
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Supervisor – Cleaning and Polishing

Eligibility Minimum education: 10th Standard Passed Minimum 3 months in Cleaning and Polishing of Jewellery
Description The individual allocates work to subordinate workers, trains and educate them, instructs about the job to be performed on daily basis, checks quality of output and interacts with other department in order to ensure effective cleaning and polishing of jewellery as per production planning and deliver on time.
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Supervisor – Faceting and Polishing

Eligibility Minimum: 10thStandard passed 18 Years Exp 3 years minimum in gemstone processing
Description The individual allocates work to subordinates workers, trains and educates them, instructs about the job to be performed on daily basis, checks quality of output, manages departmental accounts, manages team and systems, and interacts with other departments in order to produce lots of faceted and polished gemstones as per customer’s requirement and delivers on time.
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Supervisor – Frame and Components Making

Eligibility Minimum education: 10th Standard Passed Minimum 3 months in Frame and Components making, each
Description The individual allocates work to subordinate workers, trains and educate them, instructs about the job to be performed on daily basis, checks quality of output and interacts with other department in order to ensure quality output of frame and components of jewellery as per production planning and deliver on time.
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Symmetry Analyser Machine Operator

Eligibility Preferably 10th Standard Passed 18 Years
Description Individuals working on this job use the symmetry analyser machine (e.g. Helium Polish, Sarin Dimension), computer and a printer to generate a report containing all the details of a diamond’s cut which include crown angles, table percentage, facet angles, crown height percentage, girdle thickness percentage, pavilion depth percentage, etc. which help a polisher to check the dimensions and repair.
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Table Cutter

Eligibility Preferably 10th Standard Passed 18 Years
Description The individual on the job works with table dop-tang system and make the first, biggest and the most important facet of a diamond by polishing it on the polishing wheel or scaife in order to yield maximum brilliance and symmetry. It is very important to polish the table accurately as it is only through this facet that the light of the diamond can be seen.
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Tagger and Labeller

Eligibility Preferably 10th standard passed
Description The individual at work checks the products to be dispatched against design, tags the jewellery, packs it, labels the packet, records and sends for dispatch to customer.
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Wax model making supervisor

Eligibility 10th pass Minimum 3 years of experience in wax model making
Description The individual allocates work to subordinates workers, trains and educates them, instructs about the job to be performed on daily basis, checks quality of output, manages departmental accounts along with team and systems, and interacts with other departments in order to produce wax trees as per production planning and delivers on time.
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Wax Piece Maker

Eligibility Preferably 10th standard passed 18 Years
Description The individual works with different types of waxes, injection moulding machine and consumables in order to produce the wax replica of jewellery piece.
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Wax setter

Eligibility 10th Standard, preferably 18 years complete
Description The individual works with numerous hand tools to set diamonds and gemstones as per design. The individual is responsible for delivering: levelled, damage-free and secured setting of stones while maintaining its brilliance.
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Wax Setter (Basic)

Eligibility Minimally qualified 18 Years
Description The individual works with numerous hand tools to set diamond and gemstones as per design. The individual is responsible for delivering: levelled, damage-free and secured setting of stones while maintaining its brilliance.
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Wax Tree Maker

Eligibility Preferably 10th standard passed 18 Years
Description A wax tree maker works with different types of waxes, wax soldering machine and consumables in order to assemble wax pieces in a tree like structure.
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Weighing Person

Eligibility Preferably 10th Standard Passed
Description Individuals working on this job use the weighing scale to weigh all the diamonds entering and leaving all the departments in the company. It can be weighing of individual diamonds or a pack of diamonds. Each department in the company has its own stocking or stock control department, where all the stock in that department is maintained and tallied. Hence weighing is done after every process.
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Window Opener

Eligibility Preferably 10th Standard Passed 18 Years
Description The individual at works with dop-tang system to make an opening or a window on the rough diamond by polishing it on the polishing wheel or scaife in order to observe and map internal features of the diamond prior to cutting and planning, while maintaining minimal weight loss.
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