Course Name: Diploma in Jewel Designing – CAD
Course Id: DJDC/Q1001.
Education Qualification: 10th Pass.
Course and Exam Fee: 6000.
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Step 7- After Completion of Course Study give Online Examination.
Step 8- After Online Examination within 7 days you will get Diploma Certificate soft copy(Scan Copy) and Hard Copy(Original With Seal and Sign) within 30 days.
Step 9- After Certification you will receive Prospect Job Opportunities as per your Interest Area.
Online Examination Detail:
Duration- 60 minutes.
No. of Questions- 30. (Multiple Choice Questions).
Maximum Marks- 600, Passing Marks- 40%.
There is No Negative marking in this module.
Benefits of Certification:
- Government Authorized Assessment Agency Certification.
- Certificate Valid for Lifetime.
- Lifetime Verification of Certificate.
- Free Job Assistance as per your Interest Area.
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Diploma in Jewel Designing
|Name of Paper||M. Marks||Pass Marks|
|History of Jewellery||100||40|
|Fundamental of Design||100||40|
|Basic Techniques in Jewellery Design||100||40|
|Classification of Jewellery Products||100||40|
|Advanced Technical Design||100||40|
History of Jewellery
History and importance of Jewellery from ancient times, Introduction to art and ornament, The ancient world, The middle age / masterpiece of middle age, Materials used in jewellery and ancient methods, Baroque to revolution, Origins, Form and character, Relationship with contemporary style and movements, Sculpture and jewellery, Etymology, origins and history, Art deco characteristics and materials, Retro, Influence, History of Indian jewellery (The origin and growth of jewellery in India), Types of Indian Jewellery, A historic recount of Mughal jewellery, Significances of Indian jewellery, Tribal jewellery, Identification of ancient jewellery using Sanskrit, Hindi & other metallic coins and their trend, Specialty in ornaments worn by people in different state and region.
Fundamental of Design
Introduction to materials-(black and white), Drawing Lines (horizontal, vertical, wavy, diagonal, broken, thick and thin, gradation, spirals etc), Different pencils and their uses, Forms-circles, squares, other Geometrical shapes, Basic colour concept, Different color groups, Simple and complex color wheel, colour Gradation, Basic rendering concept, Light effect on different objects, Shading of different forms and shapes Black and white object rendering, Definition & types of Motifs, composition with motifs-formal / informal & Positive and negative, motif development-form generation & Manipulation, Translating motif compositions into Jewellery design.
Basic Techniques in Jewellery Design
Historical perspective, usage of experimental jewellery, Designers creating experimental jewellery, Researching themes and ideas, Design considerations, techniques, Plastic and acrylic, glass, fabric, paper, wood, new age/organic materials- resins, unusual metals, fibres, leather, Plastic and acrylic- joining mechanisms, colouring, shaping and moulding etc, glass- blowing colouring, design possibilities, Fabric – pleating, stitching, braiding etc, Paper- folding, paper Mache, joining mechanisms, Wood – carving, drilling, shaping etc, other techniques used as per materials, selecting a theme/ material for experimentation, understanding and exploring possibilities in chosen materials, combining traditional jewellery techniques with experimental material, design developments, exploring end users and sale points, showcasing experimental jewellery.
Classification of Jewellery Products
Introduction and historical perspective on rings, Classification of rings- Bridal rings- wedding bands, engagement rings, bridal set rings, Solitaire rings, eternity rings, promise rings, Cluster rings, Right Hand rings, Cocktail rings, other fancy rings, Technical considerations while designing rings, Introduction and historical perspective on earring, Introduction and historical perspective on Pendants, Classification of Pendants- Lockets, medallions, tassels, sliders etc, Introduction and historical perspective on Necklaces, Classification of necklaces- by lengths, Types of necklaces- Bib, collarets, Festoon, Riviere, Ynecklace, Asymmetrical, Design and technical considerations for necklaces and pendants.
Introduction to the field of metallurgy, History of metallurgy- discovery, ancient uses, developments through various ages, Microscopic structure, Composition and properties of metals, Equipments and tests used in metallurgy, Occurrence of metals, its Classification – ferrous/non ferrous, noble, base, light, Definition of alloys, reasons for alloying, Introduction to metals used in jewellery- precious metals, Gold- properties of gold, occurrence, extraction methods, recovery and refining process, Alloys of gold, gold testing methods, Silver properties of silver, occurrence and extraction of silver, alloys of silver, Melting, alloying, casting, working and annealing, Joining techniques.
Advanced Technical Design
Jewellery Components: Introduction and usage of jewellery components- Types of jewellery findings and components, Links- types of links, usage of links, Catches- types of catches, bar catch, ‘S’ catch, pin catch, box clasp etc, Hinges – types of hinges, pin hinge, dovetail hinge etc, Findings – earring findings (posts, screw back, ear clips etc), pendants (bails, loops), brooch (pin stems), jewellery components-Rivets, chain ends, beads, jump rings, Introduction and historical perspective, Rolling mill techniques, Acid Etching and Patinas techniques and materials used, types of patinas – materials used, process, applications, Filigree , Piercing, Granulation & Doming.
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