Mumbai: Gem and Jewellery Skill Council of India (GJSCI) launches a monthly interactive platform “Jewel Talks” that brings industry veterans on a stage set for talent, pursuing career in the gems and jewellery industry. The first Jewel Talk session, held at IIGJ, Mumbai was mindful and the speakers gave their views on the Gems and Jewellery industry. The event was inaugurated by Mr. Aditya Pethe, Director, WHP Jewellers where Mr. Premkumar Kothari, Chairman, GJSCI and Mr. Binit Bhatt, CEO, GJSCI felicitated the guest of honors. Students of IIGJ gathered to seek knowledge from the expertise of the Industry naming Mr. Hemant Shah, Mrs. Vidhya Majumdar and Ms. Veenaa Shah. The event saw Mr. Kirit Bhansali- Chairman, IIGJ addressing to the youth present at the occasion.
GJSCI has been relentlessly contributing towards Hon. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Skill India program and has been taking several measures and steps to nurture the 3.5 million skilled yet uncertified labour forces of the gems and jewellery industry. The Jewels Talk was another initiative by GJSCI where students got to learn about the Gems and Jewellery sector from the professionals, which will help the future guns to cop up the hurdles and master in this sector.
Mr. Aditya Pethe, Director of WHP Jewellers said, “This has been a great initiative by GJSCI and it was exciting to meet fresh talent and share our experiences with you. I feel more such events should be hosted across the country so that industry and talent like you can come together and help the industry transit to a new age digital phase unanimously. We as WHP Jewellers will be more than happy to extend our support in helping GJSCI to achieve the same in whatever ways possible”.
Mr. Premkumar Kothari, Chairman, GJSCI quoted, “After chairing GJSCI since its inception and taking it to the next level, we came up with the concept of Jewels Talk where we give opportunity to the youth of the nation to come and learn about the Gems and Jewellery sector by the experts of the Industry. This boosts the morale of the youths which in turn will give a better future to the Gems and Jewellery sector.”
Mr. Binit Bhatt, CEO, GJSCI quoted, “With Gems and Jewellery Sector growing from leaps and bounds, the industry requires more skilled and expertise talent who can take the industry to the next level. Keeping this in mind, we came up with the idea of Jewels Talk which gives the young guns a chance to grow and who wants to aspire their career in this sector by learning from the leaders.”