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PGJDC conducts jewellery designing course for local artisans
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Mar '08
Pakistan Gems and Jewellery Development Company (PGJDC) has realized the rising demand of jewellery in global market and to cater to this growing need, has organized a six week manual jewellery designing course which began yesterday in Peshawar.

The course which is going on in National Institute of Design and Analysis is conducted by Nasira Asim, jewellery designer from Asian Institute of Gemological Sciences (AIGS), Thailand.

The objective of this training session is to make designers aware of the modern techniques related in designing the ornaments. More than 15 participants are acquiring knowledge from the expert to come up to global standards.

So far, the nation has not been able to compete with international designers due to lack of technology and professional training centers.

Experts suggests that, this course will help to narrow the wide gap between local and international patterns and they believe from now on Pakistani jewellery will also be sophisticated, unique and innovative.


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