SOUTH DELHI
POLYTECHNIC FOR WOMEN

Established in 1963

 

Our Golden Jubilee Year :1963 - 2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

Department of Jewellery Design & Manufacture

 

     JOB OPPORTUNITIES

  • Entrepreneurship
  • Designers / Free lancer
  • Retail Store Manager
  • Jewellery Showroom Manager
  • Marketing & Sales Manager
  • Gemmologist
  • Visual Merchandiser
  • Jewel Restorer / Curator
  • Online Designer
  • Quality-Sourcing Controller

     Course Progammes

  • One Year Diploma
  • Two Years Diploma
  • Three Years Higher Diploma

 

  • A profession , where you can belong to fashion or the gem industry and freelance.
  • Apart from design intricacies and gemology, technical skills are taught - from an actual workshop.
  • The combo of heritage and nouvelle components, make it ageless and trendy.
  • Jewellery is big business and plays a major role in the ritual life of Asia.
  • India being a major global player in this field, the demand for Designers can only grow.

 

CURRICULUM MODULES

ONE YEAR
FIRST YEAR
SECOND YEAR
THIRD YEAR

DESIGN STUDIES


DESIGN STUDIES- I

The study of fundamental principles of Design & their application.

DESIGN STUDIES-II

More specialised modules for creation of original and unique Designs. The work done, at this level is at a banchmark professional level.

DESIGN STUDIES-III

An advance subject that includes completion of portfolio for design assortment and collection with superior mastery.

DESIGN EXECUTION


To translate & consolidate ideas of thought, into aesthetic Designs.

DESIGN PRODUCTION -I

The complete configuration of innovations and creative choices. Also, the knowledge of materials and workmanship for product manufacture.

DESIGN
PRODUCTION -II


More sophisticated executions as collector's items & brand quality trade.
COSTUME JEWELLERY

The study & manufacture of trendy, fashionable and relatively cost-friendly jewels - that are very much in vogue.
NATURE STUDY

NATURE STUDY - I

A deep analytical approach to understanding forms or their relevance to Design.

NATURE STUDY - II

More creative expressive overtures from natural impressions. This widens student designer's repertoire to a tasteful level.

COSTING
& ESTIMATION

All aspects of costing & rules of professional conduct & estimation are taught.

METHODS
& MATERIALS

METHODS
& MATERIALS - I

Experimentation with a variety of materials & methods, in the Jewellery world.

METHODS
& MATERIALS - II


A more intensive and insightful study of the same subject.

PRODUCT DESIGN

Development of Designes for Industrial use are done with professional parameters and to a serious standard of approval.

GEMMOLOGY


COLOUR
& TEXTURAL STUDIES

Introduction to a range of colour and textural schemes with their significance to incorporate into design.

GEMMOLOGY-I

Study and identification of Gem stones.

GEMMOLOGY-II

Extensive information of gem stones, from cut and colour to shape and setting.

COLOUR WAYS


TRADITIONAL JEWEL ART- I

The study of the hallmarks of jewellery, in various historic eras.

TRADITIONAL JEWEL ART- II

More historic ventures into the heritage of adornment are done and studied.