Jewellery Designers - Career Queries

Jewelry designer specializes in designing of various kinds of jewelry including traditional, fancy and custom-made. Designers make use of gold, silver, stones and other precious gems for designing jewelry. Designers must understand the different types of design specifications and should master the art of producing exquisite designs that stand out in the market. Designers have to create designs for a specific line of jewelry or they can even be self-employed and can make designs as per their style. Jewelry designers must be talented enough to make creative designs in accessories and all types of jewelry. An expert knowledge in the process of cutting, designing and polishing is a must. Find frequently asked questions on career related to Jewellery Designers answered by renowned Career Counsellors of India, and to know more on what, why and how's of becoming Jewellery Designers

Hi,Jewellery Designers are the professionals who work on the creative design of the jewellery and ornaments through various processes and techniques to give them excellent look.More and more students are opting for this field who have a creative mind and want to do some thing other than the routine studies.There is lot of scope in this field for getting hired or having your on set up. This is a very vast subject and gives complete freedom to create any thing.There are many colleges all over the world where jewellery designing courses are conducted.Some of them are listed below-- National Insti

1 answer Jyoti B Dhingra in Jewellery Designers category

Considering the fact that India is the largest consumer of gold and has excellent infrastructure for diamond cutting, Jewellery Designing can [prove to be a very lucrative and satisfying career.][1] To get admission into a Jewellary Designing course a candidates must complete. Class X or XII, depending upon the course and the [institute to be eligible for admission][2]. Besides the [usual area of study like (metal history classification, standardisation, techniques of designing, etc.),][3] [Jewellery Designing courses][4] have now adopted computerised programmes which require familiari

1 answer Swati Vats in Jewellery Designers category

[Jewellery design][1] is a form of creative art which studies about gems and metals. It includes the whole process of testing the precious metals and gems, cutting, polishing and finally making beautiful patterns with them. [Jewellery designing requires a wide variey of skills such as creativity ,vibrant imagination][2], good knowledge of color combination , fine aestheic sesnse, familiarity with traditional designs. The most crucial trait required in jewellery designer is the sense of design and passion for this profession.To be ajewellery designer one also needs to have excellent skills in

1 answer Preeti Taneja in Jewellery Designers category

Thanks for consulting careerguide.com The scope of being a jewellery designer in India is definitely more than in USA or any foreign country as India is the largest consumer of gold jewellery in the world as well it is also the world's largest diamond cutting and polishing center in the world. The jewelry industry in India is truly employment oriented and there are openings for various categories of jobs. Jewellery manufacturers and designer firms offer both artisans jobs as well as jobs for designers. Starting with own jewellery house is possible for those with adequate funds. Jewellery desi

1 answer Preeti Taneja in Jewellery Designers category

The typical day of a Jewellery Designer involves one or more of the following activities. Please note that each of these activities take a lot of time. Therefore it is possible that some day you will be working on a certain activity and the other day on another activity. Researching the various color trends and learn about the new designs from the different sources available.Once the colors are decided, the next task is working on the illustrations.They draw the sketches and prepare the initial design which needs to be approved by the senior designer.Once the design process begins, t

1 answer Deepak Rana in Jewellery Designers category

India is the largest consumer of gold jewelry in the world. The [jewelry industry in India][1] is fully job oriented and there are openings for various categories of jobs. The large jewelers firms offer both artisans jobs as well as jobs for designers. One can also start his own jewelry house. [Jewelry designers][2] may opt to freelance for both Indian and international markets. With proper international contacts, export opportunities may be tapped on by jewelry designers. The [skilled jewelry designers][3] can also start their own training schools. Jewelry designer with relevant qualificat

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Dear Devang,   The top colleges in india that offer jewellery designing courses are Vogue institute of fashion technology Indian institute of gems and jewellery indian institute of jewellery National institute of design National institute of fashion technology manipal institute of jewellery management Raffles millennium international JD institute of fashion technology,etc... Many institutes offer certification, post graduate diploma and diploma courses. As among the Indian population jewellery plays a very important role the scope of this course will be in high demand. The recruitment gen

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2 answers Halima Sadiya in Jewellery Designers category

Dear Devang,   Designing of jewellery is an art of precision.  If you have an eye for details and the skills then you can go ahead with this course. Lot of design schools offers these courses, NIFT and NID offers jewellery design. Other than which institutes like JD, vogue etc also offers programs in jewellery design. You should have an artistic and creative blend of mind to be successful in this field. India has a lot of potential, but the openings are very few and they are not generally advertised so you need make your network through different possible options. Short term and dipl

1 answer Preetha Ajit in Jewellery Designers category
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Dear Aspirant, Client interaction is the base for a service oriented organisation. Jewellery Designers are experts who design jewellery based on the clients requirements, therefore it is important to understand the requirements of them by speaking to them and understanding them. Best wishes

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Jewellery Designers category

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1 answer Renu in Jewellery Designers category

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1 answer Renu in Jewellery Designers category

Hi There, Though I agree that [being a designer][1], your work would be restricted to the cubicles. But communication or interaction or being social is completely the choice of an individual. What I mean by choice is that, some people who are not that social, even though say they are working in the media field, they would just keep their interaction at bare minimum, and say someone who is highly social and say works in the research field, though being restricted will make ways to communicate. Coming to your question. As a jewellery designer, whether you [freelance or work in a top company

2 answers Meghna Mukherjee in Jewellery Designers category

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1 answer Renu in Jewellery Designers category

Hello Dear Aspirant, Welcome to [CareerGuide.com][1]!!! Thanks for approaching us and proposing your query. **Introduction:-** Designing has been the Life of the Human Society. Without design their is no Life in the Society. So there has been a lot of profession that came up in the designing field with the development in the Human Society. The [professions in Designing like Fashion Designing ,Interior Designing, Product Designing etc.][2] has been on the top list of profession. However, Jewellery Designing has been now also on the top priorities as a successful career amongst the aspiring ca

1 answer Surabhi Dewra in Jewellery Designers category

Hi There, This is like asking an Individual to live without breathing. Without saying Designing would never be possible without being creative. Why ill someone approach a designer, if they wish to wear the regular stuffs available in the market. [Designing][1] gives the material a unique finishing, and without creativity, or rather without being able to think out of the box, this is next to impossible. Creative thinking, means being able to visualise even something beyond ones expectation. You need to foresee the picture in your head before it is made in actuality. Wish you good lu

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Jewellery Designers category

Hi There, If you are looking to join big companies like Sworoski or other brands then may be a B.Tech would be required. But hope you are aware there are many people who opt for Jewelry designing as a hobby course mainly during summer vacations. SO there are options of - Diploma OR - Certification courses. Avauilable in the market for Jewelery designing. Certificate courses can be pursued by any individual. Whereas for Diploma few Institutes have mentioned 12th to be an eligibility criteria. The courses are also short term from 2 weeks to 6 months. Check out the following Institu

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Jewellery Designers category

Dear Aspirant, [Jewellery Designers][1] work for normal shift of 9.00 am to 6.00 pm off seasonal. However during festivals, when the demand for jewellery rises 100%, they may need to work nights as well to complete the orders received in time. In India there are many festivals and other auspicious days, therefore [jewellery business and designers][2] have huge amount of work to be done. To be best sure of what suits you for your career, I would suggest you to undergo an [online psychometric test][3] from [CareerGuide][4] which will help you understand yourself in respect of your strengths

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Jewellery Designers category
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