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File Ref.No.25479/GA - IV - J2/2013/CU UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT
File Ref.No.25479/GA - IV - J2/2013/CU
UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT
Abstract
BVoc programme in Jwellery Designing – under Modified BVoc Regulations 2014 – Scheme and
Syllabus - implemented w.e.f 2014 admission onwards - Orders issued
G & A - IV - J
U.O.No. 9536/2015/Admn
Dated, Calicut University.P.O, 09.09.2015
Read:-1. Minutes of the meeting of the pricipals of the colleges got permission to start BVoc
programmes and Community College programme held on 19.06.14
2. U.O.No. 9809/2014/Admn Dtd 23.10.2014
3. U.O.No. 2650/2015/Admn Dtd :17.03.2015
4. Item No.1 in the Minutes of the Board of Studies in Physics UG held on 07.07.2015
5. Approval of Dean, Faculty of Science dated 31.07.2015
6. Approval Vice Chancellor, exercising the powers of Academic Council dated
06.08.2015
ORDER
As per the paper read as (1) above the Draft Regulations for BVoc Programmes have
been prepared.
As per paper read as (2) the BVoc Regulations have been implemented and as per paper read as
(3) the Modified Bvoc Regulations have been finalised and implemented.
Vide paper read as (4), Board of Studies in Physics UG held on 07.07.2015 approved the syllabus
for BVoc programme in Jwellery Designing.
Vide paper read as (5 )the Dean, Faculty of Science approved the resolution and vide paper read as
(6) the Vice Chancellor, has approved the resolution of the Board subject to the ratification
of Academic Council.
Sanction has, therefore, been accorded for the implementation of the Scheme and Syllabus of BVoc
programme in Jwellery Designing under BVoc Regulations 2014, in the University, w.e.f 2014
Admissions.
Orders are issued accordingly.
(The syllabus is available in the website: universityofcalicut.info)
Usha K
Deputy Registrar
To
The Principals of all Colleges having B.Voc Programme
Copy to: Pareeksha Bhavan
Forwarded / By Order
Section Officer
UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT
BVoc programme in
JEWELLERY DESIGNING
Sem
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
Course
No
1.1
Code
GEC1EG01
1.2
GEC1ML02
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
GEC1 IC 03
SDC1 JD 01
SDC1 JD 02
SDC1 JD 03(P)
SDC1 JD 04(P)
2.1
2.2
GEC2EG04
GEC2 ML 05
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
GEC2 HA 06
SDC2 JD 05
SDC2 JD 06
SDC2 JD 07(P)
SDC2 JD 08(Pr)
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
GEC3EG07
GEC3CY08
GEC3IM09
SDC3 JD 09
3.5
3.6
3.7
SDC3 JD 10
SDC3 JD 11(P)
SDC3 JD 12(P)
4.1
4.2
4.3
GEC4EG10
GEC4MY11
GEC4ED12
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
SDC4 JD 13
SDC4 JD 14
SDC4 JD 15(P)
SDC4 JD 16 (Pr)
5.1
GEC5HR13
5.2
GEC5PP14
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
GEC5LS15
GEC5AD16
SDC5JD M17
SDC5 JD 18 (P)
SDC5 JD 19(P)
6.1
SDC6 JD 20(Pr)
Paper
Credi
ts
4
Internal
20
Marks
External
80
Total
100
4
3
3
6
6
20
20
20
20
20
80
80
80
80
80
100
100
100
100
100
A02 Modern Prose & Drama
MAL2A02 (2)Malayalam- Bhashayum
Sahithyavum-II
VCM3B05 History and Theory of Art
Jewellery Designing Paper III
History of Jewellery
Historical Designing
Mini Project
4
4
20
20
80
80
100
100
4
3
3
6
6
20
20
20
20
20
80
80
80
80
80
100
100
100
100
100
A03 Inspiring Expressions
GL3B05 Crystallography
GL6B20 Indian Mineral Deposits
Indian and International Jewellery
Markets
Advanced Jewellery Designing- I
Theme Based Designing
Market Oriented Designing
4
4
4
3
20
20
20
20
80
80
80
80
100
100
100
100
3
6
6
20
20
20
80
80
80
100
100
100
A04 Readings on Society
GL4B07 Mineralogy
CA4A14 -Entrepreneurship
Development
Diamond Grading & Sorting
Gold Smithing& Manufacturing
Men’s and Youth’s Jewellery
Mini Project
4
4
4
20
20
20
80
80
80
100
100
100
3
3
6
6
20
20
20
20
80
80
80
80
100
100
100
100
BC5B09Human Resource
Management
CPY5D01 Psychology and Personal
Growth
SO4 B.06 -Life Skill Development
BMM4C08 Advertising
Advanced Jewellery Designing– II
Diamond Grading
Advanced Computer Aided Jewel
Design – Rhino
4
20
80
100
4
20
80
100
4
4
3
6
5
20
20
20
20
20
80
80
80
80
80
100
100
100
100
100
Internship & Project(900 hrs)
30
0
100
Total
100
3600
A01 The Four Skills for
Communication
MAL1A01 (2) MalayalamBhashayum Sahithyavum-I
Introduction to Computer
Jewellery Designing Paper I
Jewellery Designing Paper II
Fundamentals of Gemmology
Drawing and Rendering (Metal Forms
& Gemstones)
Semester I
2
Semester 1
GEC1EG01-ENGLISH- THE FOUR SKILLS FOR COMMUNICATION
Course No: 1.1
Course Code: GEC1EG01
Course Name: The Four Skills for Communication
Credits: 4
Hours: 60
3
4
Semester I
GEC1ML02-MALAYALAM BHASHAYAM SAHITHYAVUM-I
Course No: 1.2
Course Code: GEC1ML02
Course Name: Bhashayum Sahithyavum-I
Credits: 4
Hours: 60
5
Semester I
GEC1IC03- INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER
Course No: 1.3
Course Code: GEC1IC03
Course Name: Introduction to Computer
Credits: 4
Hours: 60
BMM1C01 – Introduction To Computer
UNIT 1: Computer basics – CPU, memory and storage devices; input/output devices;
communication devices; operating systems – DOS, Windows, Linux, Unix; Crossplatforms problems and solutions; workstations; networks.
UNIT 2: Analog and digital principles; image formats; video formats; resolutions and
pixels; internet : File Transfer Protocol and Real-Time Transport Protocol, mobile
communication technology: GSM, CDMA and GPRS, to 3G,Wireless network
technologies such as IrDA, Bluetooth, Wireless USB, Z-Wave, ZigBeeWireless LAN,
interactivity, brain control
interface.
UNIT 3: Introduction to MS Office- MS word Spreadsheet basics. Excel environment.
Entering data. Excel toolbars. Creation and manipulation of charts and
graphs.Manipulation of data.Mathematical and statistical calculations.Introduction to
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PowerPoint.Starting PowerPoint. AutoContent Wizard. Working with texts, graphs,
pictures, audio, and video in slides. Design templates.
UNIT 4: Types of Graphic card- Fire wire card- Types of Audio card- Studio monitorsExternal Sound Cards- VGA Splitter- VGA to HDMI converter- HDMI input and outputRCA cables- MIDI cables- VGA Switch- Fire wire cable- Meaning and scope of the
Internet. Surfing the Net. Creating, sending and receiving e-mails using Outlook Express
and hosting websites. Browsing the WWW. Downloading from and uploading to the
Internet.
Semester 1
SDC1JD01–JEWELLERY DESIGNING PAPER I
Course No: 1.5
Course Code: SDC1JD01
Course Name: JEWELLERY DESIGNING PAPER 1
Credits: 3
Hours: 45
Objectives:
To familiarize the students with terminology related to Jewellery Designs .
To provide comprehensive knowledge about Principles & Elements of designing
To understand the Forms of metals, and Textures of jewellery surface
To impart the knowledge of Gemology
Course Contents
I. Study of Design :
Elements of Designing
Point, Line, Shape, Plane, Texture, Color, Pattern, Form and Space
Principle of Designing
Balance, Rhythm, Harmony, Proportion, Order, Movement, & Compositions
II. Jewellery designing :
Jewellery Designing: an overview, Sources & Inspirations
III. Metal :
Precious metals : Gold, Silver & Platinum, Characteristics/Properties and Classification of
Metals, Metal Texture, Alloy
IV. Gemology :
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Characteristics of Gem stones :
Physical Properties of Gem Stones, Optical Properties of Gem Stones, Moh’s scale of Hardness
Classification and types
Precious and Semi precious Gems
Gems Stones: Shapes & cuts
Studying Different Cuts and Shapes of Stone
V. Gemstones setting :
Study of Setting –Channel, Prong, Pave, Plate, Flush, Illusion, Invisible and Tension.
Essential Readings:1) Jewellery Concept & Technology by OppiUntracht
2) The Art of Jewellery Design by Elizabeth Olver
3) Gem Identification Made Easy by Antoinette C. Matlirs
Books Recommended:
1) The Jeweller's Directory of Shape and Form by Elizabeth Olver
2) Practical Gemology by Robert Webster
3) Gemstones of the world by Walter Schumann
4) Identification of Gemstones by Michael O’Donoghue
5) Gemology (2nd Edition) by Peter G. Read
6) Gem & Ornamental Materials of Organic Origin by Maggie Compbell Pedersen
Semester 1
SDC1JD02–JEWELLERY DESIGNING PAPER II
Course No: 1.6
Course Code: SDC1JD02
Course Name: JEWELLERY DESIGNING PAPER II
Credits: 3
Hours: 45
Materials for Drawing, Freehand Drawing Techniques, Orthographic Representation, Perspective
Drawing, Shading, Volume Additions
References:
1. Jewelry Making and Design: An Illustrated Text Book for Teachers, Students of Design,
and Craft Workers in Jewelry - Augustus Foster Rose, Antonio Cirino
2. The Art of Jewelry Design: From Idea to Reality - Elizabeth Olver
3. Jewelry Design: The Artisan's Reference - Elizabeth Olver
8
Semester 1
SDC 1JD03 (P)–Fundamentals of Gemmology
Course No: 1.6
Course Code:SDC1JD03 (P)
Course Name: Fundamentals of Gemmology
Credits: 6
Hours: 90
1. Visual Observation
2. Classification of gemstones
3. Cut and gauge
4. Crystallography
5. Specific Gravity
6. Polariscope/ Dihroscope
7. Refractometer
8. Microscope
9. 10x Lens
10. Chelsea Filter
11. Visible Spectroscope
12. U.V Lamp
References:
1. Practical Gemmology, DeeDee Cunningham, published by Robert Hale, NAG Press,
2011,ISBN - 0719804310, 9780719804311
2. Practical Gemmology - A Study of the Identification of Gem-Stones, Pearls, and
Ornamental Minerals, Robert Webster, McIntosh Press, 2010, ISBN-1446522873,
9781446522875
3. Gemstones: Properties, Identification and Use by Arthur Thomas,New Holland
Publishers, 2008
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Semester 1
SDC1JD03(P)–Drawing & Rendering (Metal Forms & Gem Stones)
Course No: 1.7
Course Code: SDC1JD03(P)
Course Name: Drawing & Rendering (Metal Forms & Gem Stones)
Credits: 6
Hours: 90
Objectives:
To understand basics of drawing and sketching
To understand the Forms of metals and textures of jewellery surface
To illustrate Faceted and Cabochon stones
Course Contents
I. Basic Drawing and Sketching
Hand Control Exercises
Freehand Sketching
Shading of Different Geometrical Shapes
II. Drawing and Rendering Metals
Rendering of different metals
III. Drawing and Rendering Gem Stones
Drawing of different Gem Stones
Size and Shapes of Gem Stones
Facets
Cabochons stones
IV. Settings of Gem Stones
Finishing and Enhancement of Designs using different Settings
Essential Reading:1. Techniques of Jewellery Illustration and Colour Rendering Design Source Book
Jewellery by Adolfo Mattiello
Books Recommended :
1. The art & craft of Jewellery by Janet Fitch
2. Metal Work for Craftsmen by Emil F. Kronquist
10
Semester II
11
Semester II
GEC2EG04 : MODERN PROSE AND DRAMA
Course No: 2.1
Course Code: GEC1EG04
Course Name: Modern Prose and Drama
Credits: 4
Hours: 60
12
Semester II
GEC2ML05 : MALAYALAM – BHASHAYUM SAHITHYAVUM-II
Course No: 2.2
Course Code: GEC1ML05
Course Name: Bhashayum Sahithyavum-II
Credits: 4
Hours: 60
13
Semester II
GEC2HA05 : HISTORY AND THEORY OF ART
Course No: 2.3
Course Code: GEC2HA05
Course Name: History and Theory of Art
Credits: 4
Hours: 60
14
Semester II
SDC 2JD05 –JEWELLERY DESIGNING PAPER III
Course No: 2.4
Course Code: SDC 2JD05
Course Name: JEWELLERY DESIGNING PAPER III
Credits: 3
Hours: 45
Metal and their Behaviour
Characteristics and classification, ores, metal groups-ferrous, non-ferrous, alloys, mining
and techniques-surface mining, subsurface mining and types.Basic techniques of jewellery
making- measurement, layout, sawing, drilling, filing.
Precious metals and their mining, methods of refinement and recovery, application in
jewellery, quality control –lowering or raising metal quality, hallmarking, standard weights and
measures
BASIC JEWELLERY DESIGNING
Equipment for Jewellery Drawing and Design, Jewellery Drawing, Nature Drawing, Historic
Ornament, The Beginning of Design (Variations), Rendering in Pencil, Rendering with Brush,
Rendering in Colour, Rendering Stones
References:
1.
Jewelry Making and Design: An Illustrated Text Book for Teachers, Students of Design,
and Craft Workers in Jewelry - Augustus Foster Rose, Antonio Cirino
2.
The Art of Jewelry Design: From Idea to Reality - Elizabeth Olver
3.
New Directions in Jewellery - JivanAstfalck
4.
Jewellery Design in the 21st Century - Claude Mazloum
5.
Pioneering Minds Worldwide: On the Entrepreneurial Principles of the culture and
creative industry - by GiepHagoort, AukjeThomassen, Rene Kooyma
15
Semester II
SDC2JD06–HISTORY OF JEWELLERY
Course No: 2.5
Course Code:SDC2JD06
Course Name: HISTORY OF JEWELLERY
Credits: 3
Hours: 45
Objectives:
To impart an understanding of Professional and Historical contexts of Jewellery
Course Contents
I. History of Ornamentation: Brief Introduction
II. Study of historical Jewellery – India Mauryan,Sunga,Gupta, Kushan, Chandella, Mughal
III. Study of Historical Jewellery- International: Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Edwardian, Victorian,
Retro Period, Egyptians
IV. Jewellery in the 21st century: Latest Fashion Trends and Forecast, Colour in Gems
V. Types of Jewellery:
Women’s Jewellery: Brooches, Earring, Pendant, Bracelet, Anklets, Ring, Necklaces
Type of Necklace :Choker Necklace, Dog Collar, Riviere, Lariat, Y Necklace,
Segmented Necklace, RaaniHaar, Tapering Necklace & Bridal Necklace
Essential Readings:1. A History of Jewellery, 1100-1870 by Joan Evans
2. Jewellery Moves: Ornament for the 21st century by Amanda Game and Elizabeth
Goring
Books Recommended:
1. Authentic Art Deco Jewellery Designs by Franco Deboni and Theodore Menten
(Paperback - May 1983)
2. 20th Century Jewelry: by John Peacock (Author)
1. Borel, F. 1994. The Splendor of Ethnic Jewelry: from the Colette and Jean
2. Daily Life in Ancient Mesopotamia BY Nemet-Nejat, Karen Rhea .
3. Seven Thousand Years of Jewellery BY Tait,
4. Jwelery Design in the 21st Century by Claude Mazloum
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Semester II
SDC2JD08(P) Historical Designing
Course No: 2.7
Course Code: SDC2JD08(P)
Course Name: Historical Designing (P)
Credits: 6
Hours: 90
Objectives:
To illustrate historical design of jewellery of different periods.
To design latest fashion jewellery by using coloured precious and semi-precious gem stones.
Course Contents
I. Drawing & Designing of Indian Historical Jewellery
Different periods of India- Mauryan, Sunga, Gupta,Kushan, Chandella,Mughal
II. Drawing & Designing of Rest of the world & European Historical Jewellery-Art Nouveau,
Art Deco, Edwardian, Victorian, Egyptian
III. Drawing and Designing of Latest Fashion Trends -Latest Fashion Trends and Forecast
Books & Magazines Recommended:
1. BertoZri
2. Dance of peacock by Ushabalkrishnan
3. Art deco jewellery design book
4. Historic Rings: Four Thousand Years of Craftsmanship by Diana Scarisbrick and Kanji
Hashimoto
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Semester III
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Semester III
GEC3EG07 : ENGLISH – INSPIRING EXPPRESSIONS
Course No: 3.1
Course Code: GEC3EG07
Course Name: Inspiring Expressions
Credits: 4
Hours: 60
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Semester III
GEC3CY08 : CRYSTALLOGRAPHY
Course No: 3.2
Course Code: GEC3CY08
Course Name: Crystallography
Credits: 4
Hours: 60
Module 1:
Definition of crystal; Morphological characters of crystal – faces, forms, edges solid angles
Interfacial angle; Contact Goniometer
Symmetry elements – crystallographic axes, crystal notation, parameter system of Weiss and
Miller indices, axial ratio
Laws of crystallography – law of constancy of symmetry, law of constancy of interfacial angles,
law of rational indices
Classification of crystals into systems and classes – Holohedral, Hemihedral, Hemimorphic and
Enantiomorphic forms in crystals
Module 2:
Study of the symmetry elements and forms of the Normal, pyritohedral , tetrahedral and
plagiohedral classes of cubic system with special reference to well developed crystals of Galena,
Spinel, Garnet, Flourite, Diamond, Pyrite, Tetrahedrite, Boracite and cuprite.
Module 3:
Study of symmetry elements and forms of Normal, Hemimorphic, Tripyramidal, Pyramidal
Hemimorphic, Sphenoidal and Trapezphedral classes of Tetragonal system with special
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reference to well developed crystals of zircon, Rutile, Cassiterite, Vesuvianite, Apophyllite,
Sheelite, Meionite, Wulfenite and Chalcopyrite.
Module 4:
Study of the symmetry elements and forms of Normal, Hemimorphic, Tripyramidal, Pyramidal
hemimorphic, Trapezohedral, Rhombohedral, Rhombohedral Hemimorphic, Trirhombohedral
and Trapezohedral classes of Hexagonal system with special reference to well developed crystals
of Beryl , Zincite, Apatite, Calcite, Corundum, Tourmaline, Phenacite and Quartz.
Study of the symmetry elements and forms of the Normal, Hemimorphic and Sphenoidal classes
of Orthorhombic system with special reference to well developed crystals of Barite, olivine
topaz, staurolite, Sulphur, Calamine, Struvite and Epsomite.
Module 5:
Study of the symmetry elements and forms of the Normal classes of the Monoclinic and Triclinic
systems with special reference to well developed crystals of Gypsum, Orthoclase, Albite, Augite,
Axinite and Kyanite
Twin crystals – Definitions – Effects of Twinning – laws of twinning – composition plane,
twinning plane and twinning axis, indices of twins – simple and repeated (polysynthetic twins),
contact and penetration twins: secondary twins. Study of twin laws pertaining to the following
crystals – Flourite (spinel law), Pyrite (iron cross twin), Rutile (geniculate), Calcite, Quartz
(Brazil laws), Aragonite (mimetic twin), Staurolite (cruciform), Gypsum, Augite and Feldspars
(Carlsbad, Baveno , Manebach, Albite and Pericline)
Essential Reading:
1. Borchardt-Ott, W., 2011. Crystallography– An Introduction. Springer Heidelberg,355p.
2. Buerger, M.J., 1978. Elementary Crystallography. Wiley, New York.
3. Dana, F.S., 1955. A Text Book of Mineralogy. Asia publishing House, Wiley.
4. McKie, D. and McKie, C., 1990. Essentials of Crystallography. Blackwell, Oxford.
5. Read, H.H., 1974. Rutley’s Elements of Mineralogy. Thomas Murby & Co.
6. Sands, D.E., 1975. Introduction to Crystallography. Dover Publications, Inc., 165p.
7. Schwarzenbach, D., 1996. Crystallography. John Wiley & Sons Ltd., Chichester,241p
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Semester III
GEC3IM09 : INDIAN MINERAL DEPOSITS
Course No: 3.3
Course Code: GEC3IM09
Course Name: Indian Mineral Deposits
Credits: 4
Hours: 60
Module 1:
Diagnostic physical properties, chemical composition, uses, modes of occurrence and
distribution in India of the following:
Economic Minerals- Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead, Zinc, Iron, Manganese, Chromium,
Tin, Aluminium
Module 2:
Radioactive metals - Thorium, Uranium, and Titanium.
Industrial Minerals- Asbestos, Barite, Graphite, Gypsum and Mica.
Module 3:
Abrasives- Diamond, Corundum, Emery garnet, Abrasive sand, Tripoli, Pumice, Sand
feldspar, Limestone, Clay, Talc etc.
Refractories- fireclay, graphite, Dolomite and sillimanite group of minerals, diaspore,
pyrophillite, zircon etc
Ceramic minerals- Clay, Feldspar, Wollastonite,
Gemstones.
Module 4:
Fossil fuels – coal and lignite – uses, classification, constitution, origin and distribution
in India.
Petroleum- composition, uses, theories of origin, oil traps, and important oil fields of
India.
Module 5:
A brief account of mineral deposits in Kerala.
Significance of minerals in National Economy.
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Strategic, critical and essential minerals
Essential Readings:
4. Gokhale and Rao – Ore deposits of India.
5. Jensen and Bateman A.M. – Economic Mineral Deposits.
6. Krishnaswamy, S. – Indian Mineral Resources.
Semester III
SDC3JD09 – Indian & International Jewellery Markets
Course No: 3.4
Course Code: SDC3JD09
Course Name: Indian & International Jewellery Markets
Credits: 3
Hours: 45
Objectives:
To understand the main features of major international and Indian markets
To learn the basic skills like safety and care of jewellery
Course Contents
I. Main features of Jewellery of major International markets: USA, Japan, Dubai
II. Main features of Jewellery of European International markets: Italy, Germany, France
II. Traditional Jewellery: Definition of Traditional jewellery
III. Main features of Jewellery of major Indian markets :KundanMeena Jewellery of
Rajasthan,KundanMeena, Definition/ Meaning, Process, Evaluation, Enameling, Kinds of
Enamel, Gold Jewellery of Rajkot, Temple Jewellery of Kerala, Terracotta Jewellery of Bengal,
Jewellery Style of Maharastra, Art of Filigree- Orissa, Filigree, Meaning & Process, Silver
Filigree
IV. Other Essentials:
Care of jewellery: Storage, wear and cleaning,Wardrobe tips, Points To Keep In Mind
for Prefect Jewellery Collection
Essential Readings:1. Jewelry International: Volume II by Tourbillon International
2. India Jewellery by M.L Nigam
3. Enamellings On Precious Metal By Jeanne Werge-Hartley
Books Recommended:
1. Traditional Jewellery of India by KeshavlalDalpatbhaiZaveri& Co. and VirendraZaveri
2. Metalsmithing for the Artist Craftsman by Richard Thomas
3. Enamellings (The Art of Crafts) by Joan Bolton King
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4. Engraving on Precious Metals by ABrittain& P Morton
5. Wonders of Engraving by G. Duplessis
6. Silver Threads: Making Wire Filigree Jewelry by Jeanne Rhodes-Moen
7. Terracotta Art of Bengal (Hardcover) by S. S. Biswas (Author)
Semester III
SDC3JD10 – ADVANCED JEWELLERY DESIGNING - I
Course No: 3.5
Course Code: SDC3JD10
Course Name: ADVANCED JEWELLERY DESIGNING - I
Credits: 3
Hours: 45
How to choose Material for Jewellery
Designs derived from Nature- the Moth-Mullen in Design,The Snow Crystal in Design, The Sea
horse in Design, The Butterfly in Design
Designing - Elliptical Brooch, Buckles, Clasps, Bar Pins Pendants, Lavaliere and Necklaces,
Pendants, Lavaliere and Necklaces, the watch fob, hat pin, cuff link, cuff button, the finger ring,
scarf pin, Chains, pendant slides, pendant connections
Designing – flower spray
Study of apple blossoms –bud forms, bud sections, sections of seed pods, leaf outlines
Studies from Peacock, shells
References:
1.
Jewelry Making and Design: An Illustrated Text Book for Teachers, Students of Design,
and Craft Workers in Jewelry - Augustus Foster Rose, Antonio Cirino
2.
Design Professionals- By Shari Davies
3.
Industrial Design- By Michelle Hespe
4.
New directions in jewellery II - Lin Cheung, Beccy Clarke, Indigo Clarke
5.
Jewellery Design in the 21st Century - Claude Mazloum
6.
Victorian Jewellery- By Margaret Flower, Doris Langley-Levy Moore
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Semester III
SDC3JD11(P) – Theme Based Designing
Course No: 3.6
Course Code: SDC3JD11(P)
Course Name: Theme Based Designing
Credits: 6
Hours: 90
Objectives:
To illustrate shapes of Jewellery
To understand the geometric principles, articulation and application in natural and man
made environment, analysis of form, geometry in art & development of motifs
Course Contents
I. Metal Decorations:
Enameling, Filigree, Metal Textures & finishes
II. Designing Jewellery on a particular theme :
Development of Motif to Design Jewellery according to different Themes
Brooches
Pendant sets:Fancy pendants, Tanmaniya
Earrings:Studs, Long earring Chandelier
Rings:Flat band, Concave, Convex, Fancy rings
Bracelets &Bangles:Tennis bracelets, Stiff bracelets, Bangles
Anklets:Flexible, Stiff
Necklaces:Choker ,Tapering & Party wear
Essential Reading:1. Jewellery Technology by Diego Pinton
Books Recommended:
1. Jewellery Design by Elizabeth Olver
2. The Creative Jeweller by Sharon Mcswiney
3. 1000 Jewelry Inspirations by Sandra Salamony
4. The Art of Jewellery Design: : by Elizabeth Oliver
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Semester III
SDC3JD12(P) – Market Oriented Designing
Course No: 3.7
Course Code: SDC3JD12(P)
Course Name: Market Oriented Designing
Credits: 6
Hours: 90
Objectives:
To acquaint students with the knowledge of different International and Indian jewellery
markets.
Course Contents:
I. Designing International Jewellery :Italy, Germany, France, USA, Japan, Dubai
II. Designing Indian Jewellery :KundanMeena Jewellery of Rajasthan, KundanMeena
Enameling, Gold Jewellery of Rajkot, Temple jewellery of Kerala, Terracotta jewellery
of Bengal, Art of Filigree- Orissa
III. Designing Traditional Jewellery :Bridal Necklace, Gold Necklace
Book Recommended:
1. 7000 Years of Jewelry: An International History and Illustrated Survey from the
Collections of the British Museum by Hugh Tait
2. Jewels of the Nizams by Usha B. Krishnan
3. Over 50 Techniques for Creating Eye-catching Contemporary and Traditional Designs
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GEC4EG10 : ENGLISH – READINGS ON SOCIETY
Course No: 4.1
Course Code: GEC4EG10
Course Name: Readings on Society
Credits: 4
Hours: 60
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GEC4MY11 : MINERALOGY
Course No: 4.2
Course Code: GEC4MY11
Course Name: Mineralogy
Credits: 4
Hours: 60
Module 1:
Definition of Mineral and Mineraloid – Scope and aim of Mineralogy. Chemical elements and
periodic table; Bonding of atoms – Metallic, Covalent, Ionic and Vander Walls Bonding in
Minerals.
Structure and classification of silicates; Compositional variation and coupled ionic substitution,
Isomorphism, Polymorphism, Pseudomorphism, solid solution and exsolution in minerals
Physical properties of minerals depending upon cohesion and elasticity, specific gravity, light,
heat, electricity, magnetism and the senses. Determination of specific gravity of minerals – Joly’s
spring balance and Walker’s steelyard methods
Module 2:
Nature of light – Ordinary and polarized light; Refraction and reflection; Refractive index,
Critical angle and Total internal reflection. Double refraction – Plane Polarization by Reflection;
Plane polarization by Refraction; Nicol Prism; Plane polarization by absorption; Polaroid.
Petrological microscope and its parts – Optical accessories, their construction and uses – Quartz
wedge (Determination of order of Interference Colour), Gypsum plate and Mica plate
(Determination of Fast and Slow vibration directions)
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Module 3:
Optical classification of minerals; Isotropic and anisotropic minerals Optical properties of
isotropic and anisotropic minerals observed under parallel and crossed Nicols
Extinction – Types, angles, determination, and uses
Characters of Uniaxial and biaxial minerals – Optic axis and optic axial angle; Acute and Obtuse
Bisectrix; Optic sign of Uniaxial and Biaxial minerals; Uniaxial and Biaxial Indicatrix; Sign of
elongation; Optical anomalies
Module 4:
Mineralogy, Structure, Chemistry, Optical and Physical properties, Modes of occurrence and
uses of the following groups of minerals: Olivine, Garnet, Epidote, Aluminium silicates,
Pyroxene, Amphiboles, Mica, Chlorite, Feldspars, Feldspathoids and Zeolites.
Module 5:
Mineralogy, Structure, Chemistry, Optical and Physical properties, Modes of occurrences and
industrial uses of the following minerals: Polymorph and varieties of Quartz, Scapolite,
Cordierite, Talc, Serpentine, Steatite, Calcite, Dolomite, Topaz, Staurolite, Beryl, Tourmaline,
Fluorite, Apatite, Zircon, Rutile, Sphene and Corundum
Essential Reading:
1. Mason, B. and Berry, L.G., Elements of Mineralogy. W.H. Freeman & Co.
2. Deer, W.A., Howie, R.A., and Zussman, J., 1992. An Introduction to the RockForming Minerals. 2nd Edition, Pearson United Kingdom, 712p.
3. Klen, C. and Hurlbut, C.S., 1985. Manual of Minerology, John Wiley & Sons.
4. Philips, W.R., Mineral Optics: Principles and techniques.
5. Kerr, P.F., Optical Mineralogy.
6. Winchell. A.N., Elements of Optical Mineralogy.
7. Battey, M.H., Mineralogy for students.
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GEC4ED12 : ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT
Course No: 4.3
Course Code: GEC4ED11
Course Name: ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT
Credits: 4
Hours: 60
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SDC4JD13 – Diamond Grading & Sorting
Course No: 4.4
Course Code: SDC4JD13
Course Name: Diamond Grading & Sorting
Credits: 3
Hours: 45
Objective:
To provide an understanding of physical and optical properties of diamonds, cutting and
polishing, 4-c's, identification, natural inclusions, polishing, faceting, clarity &colour grades
Course Contents :
I. History of Diamond: The Dark Age, The Middle Age, Recent Time
II. Type of Diamonds: White, Pink, Green, Yellow , Blue & Champagne Diamonds
III. Diamond Cutting, Polishing &Grading :Instruments used for Cutting, Grading and
Sorting of Diamonds, Certification of Diamonds
IV. Physical and Optical Properties of Diamonds: Surface Luster of Diamonds, Fluorescence
In Diamonds, Indestructible Diamonds, The Refractive Index
V. Gemological Characteristics : 4-c's of Diamond – Clarity, Colour grades, Cut, Carat
Essential Readings:1. Diamonds by Fred Ward
2. Diamonds Famous &Fatal : The History, Mystery and Lore of the World's Most
Gem by Leo P. Kendall
Books Recommended:
1. An Analysis Of The International Diamond Market by Donna J. Bergenstock
2. The Curious Lore of Precious Stones by George Frederick Kunz
3. Collecting and Classifying Coloured Diamonds by Stephen C. Hofer
4. Diamonds Famous, Notable, and Unique by Lawrence Copeland
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SDC4JD14 –GOLD SMITHING & MANUFACTURING
Course No: 4.5
Course Code: SDC4JD14
Course Name: GOLD SMITHING & MANUFACTURING
Credits: 3
Hours: 45
Processes involved in goldsmithing, traditional manufacturing techniques, sheet metal,
wire, filigree, chain making, advancement of techniques
Reference:
1. New Directions in Goldsmithing: A Workshop Guide - Harold O'Connor
2. Goldsmithing& Silver Work: Jewelry, Vessels & Ornaments - By CarlesCodina
3. The Encyclopedia of Jewelry-making Techniques - By Jinks McGrath
4. A Study of Scythian Gold Jewellery Manufacturing Technology and Its Comparison to
Greek Techniques from the 7th to 5th Centuries Bc - David Vincent Redfern
Semester IV
SDC4JD15(P) –Men’s &Youth’s Jewellery
Course No: 4.6
Course Code: SDC4JD15(P)
Course Name: Men’s &Youth’s Jewellery
Credits: 6
Hours: 90
Objective:
To enhance the creative skills in designing jewellery, drawing, sketching and rendering for men,
kids, teens and youth
Men’s jewellery: Cufflinks, Rings, Bracelets, Pendants, Tie pin
Teen & Youth’s Jewellery: Pendants, Earrings, Rings, Bracelets, Brooches, Kid’s Jewellery
Books & Magazines Recommended:
1. Art of Jewellery,
2. Facets
3. Gold Magazine
4. Luster, 5. J Q Magazine
6. Coutoure International Jeweler
7. Fashion Design Illustration: Men by Ireland, Patrick John., BT Batsford, London.1996
8. Jewel Regent, beyond luxury by NituMajhi
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GEC5HR13-HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
Course No: 5.1
Course Code: GEC5HR13
Course Name: HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
Credits: 4
Hours: 60
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GEC5PP14-PSYCHOLOGY AND PERSONAL GROWTH
Course No: 5.2
Course Code: GEC5PP14
Course Name: LIFE SKILL DEVELOPMENT
Credits: 4
Hours: 60
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GEC5LS15 – LIFE SKILL DEVELOPMENT
Course No: 5.3
Course Code: GEC5LS15
Course Name: LIFE SKILL DEVELOPMENT
Credits: 4
Hours: 60
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GEC5AD16 – ADVERTISING
Course No: 5.4
Course Code: GEC5AD16
Course Name: ADVERSTISING
Credits: 4
Hours: 60
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SDC5JD17 – ADVANCED JEWELLERY DESIGNING - II
Course No: 5.5
Course Code: SDC5JD17
Course Name: ADVANCED JEWELLERY DESIGNING -II
Credits: 3
Hours: 45
Butterflies, Collection of Butterflies, Method of Designing from Butterfly,Studies from
Butterfly, Designs Derived from Butterfly
Brooches in Gold and Enamel, Designs for Buckles, Brooch and Pendant in Gold, Structural
Elements in Pendants, Pendant Designs, Pendants in Platinum, Designs for Sea Fobs, Fob in
Enamel, Hat Pin Designs, Cuff Links for Enamel, Designs in Platinum, Scarf Pins Designs,
Bead arrangements in Chains, Chain Designs, Pendant Slides, Pendant Collections, Museum
Sketches, Renaissance Scroll from Cast, Japanese Sword Guard , cast , escutcheon, Grill,
Saracenic Ornament, Pendant from Deutsche GoldschmiedeZeitung, Rendering from
Copies, Rendering from Photograph on Graypaper, Renaissance from Iron Ornament,
Chains and Beads, Equipment for Drawing and Design
References:
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Jewelry Making and Design: An Illustrated Text Book for Teachers, Students of
Design, and Craft Workers in Jewelry - Augustus Foster Rose, Antonio Cirino
The Art of Jewelry Design: From Idea to Reality - Elizabeth Olver
New Directions in Jewellery - JivanAstfalck
Design Professionals- By Shari Davies
Industrial Design- By Michelle Hespe
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SDC5JD18(P)– Diamond Grading
Course No: 5.6
Course Code: SDC5JD18(P)
Course Name: Diamond Grading
Credits: 5
Hours: 75
4-C’s of diamond
Cut grading of diamonds (Different shapes-RBC, Fancy cut)
Symmetry of diamonds
Measurement of Table facet, measurement of crown height, measurement of crown angle,
measurement of pavillion depth, measurement of pavillion angle, measurement of girdle
thickness, measurement of culet size, measurement of total depth etc.
Steps included in cutting and polishing of diamonds (planning and making, sawing, bruting,
faceting of table, faceting of crown, faceting of pavillion)
Colour grading – Different colour grading system and GIA standard colour grading system,
istruments used incolour grading, fluroscence and phlophoroscence
Clarity- Indusions – feather, pinpoints, crystals
blameshes or externals- natural, polishing lines
Burnmarksetc
Plotting (Documentation of clarity grading of diamonds)
Carat weight
Price list of diamond and Rapaport price list
References:
1. Handbook of Industrial Diamonds and Diamond Films by Mark A. Prelas, Galina
Popovici, Louis K. Bigelow, CRC Press, 1997, ISBN- 0824799941, 9780824799946
2. Crystal Enchantments: A Complete Guide to Stones and Their Magical Properties by D.J.
Conway, Brian Ed. Conway, Random House LLC, 2011, ISBN- 0307785866,
9780307785862
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3. The D.G.L. Clarity Grading System for Polished Diamonds by K. F. Burr, Diamond
Grading Laboratories, 1974
4. Metallography, Principles and Practice by George F. Vander Voort, ASM International,
1984, ISBN- 1615032363, 9781615032365
5. Clarity, Cut, and Culture: The Many Meanings of Diamonds by Susan Falls, NYU Press,
2014, ISBN- 1479877433, 9781479877430
6. Handbook of Ceramics Grinding & Polishing by Ioan D. Marinescu, Hans Kurt Tonshoff,
Ichiro Inaski publisher William Andrew, 2000, ISBN- 0815517416, 9780815517412
7. Polishing The Diamond - A Guide To Self Confidence by Bruno LoGreco publisher Life
Coach Bruno LoGreco
Semester V
SDC5JD19(P) – Advanced Computer Aided Jewel Design – Rhino
Course No: 5.7
Course Code: SDC5JD19(P)
Course Name: Advanced Computer Aided Jewel Design – Rhino
Credits: 6
Hours: 90
3D computer aided jewellery designing using Rhino software.
References:
Rhino for Jewelry- Dana Buscaglia
Guide to Graphics Software Tools - By Jim X. Chen
Inside Rhinoceros 5 - By Ron Cheng
Processing: A Programming Handbook for Visual Designers and Artists - By Casey Reas, Ben
Fr
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