JEWELLERY EDUCATION – India’s International Institute of Gemology announces 21 new scholarships

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India’s International Institute of Gemology (IIG) has announced 21 new scholarships worth 43,000 Indian rupees (USD $525) each for mentally challenged or physically disabled children.

These scholarships are part of IIG’s commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and providing quality education and vocational training.

IIG’s CEO, Rahul Desai, as an educator and mentor, has a long-term dream of supporting deserving children with disabilities and creating opportunities to advance them.

JEWELLERY EDUCATION – India’s International Institute of Gemology announces 21 new scholarships

The IIG focuses on environmental and social responsibility, and stands as a premier institution in the Indian gems and jewellery industry, adapting to changing times and championing responsible practices.

IIG’s CSR empowers mentally and physically challenged students through education and training, improving their lives. Their commitment inspires others. Selected students receive training in diamonds, gemstones, or jewellery design at IIG, based on their abilities and at the discretion of the institute.

About IIG:

Tracing its origins to 1965, IIG has grown into a leading educational institution in the gems and jewellery industry.

IIG has educated over 100,000 professionals, and aims to provide integral education, skill sets and values needed to design a purposeful career in the gems and jewellery domain.

Contact Details:

+91 9322262357 | [email protected] | www.iigindia.com

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JEWELLERY EDUCATION – India’s International Institute of Gemology announces 21 new scholarships