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GJTCI honoured the achievers of the G&J industry during the 7th Edition of GJTCI Excellence Awards

Gem and Jewellery Trade Council of India honoured the achievers of the Gem and Jewellery industry during the 7th Edition of GJTCI Excellence Awards presented by Laxmi Diamonds. The grand award ceremony took place at YMCA International, Ahmedabad on September 24, 2019 in the presence of Governor of Karnataka, Vajubhai Vala as the Chief Guest.

Saurabh Dalal, Minister, Energy, His Excellency Major General Chris Sunday Eze, High Commissioner of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Joachim Rocha, Trade Commissioner, Canadian Trade office were among many dignitaries present in the award function. Many veteran jewellers were spotted during the show including Anantha Padmanaban, Chairman, All India Gem and Jewelelry Council, Prithviraj Kothari, President Indian Bullion Jewelelrs & Association, Sanjay Kothari, Chairman, Gem and Jewellery Skill Council of India.

The council was established in the year 2000 and since then it is organizing Educational and Social program. The president of Gem and Jewellery Trade Council of India, Shantibhai Patel says, ‘This is the 7th year, we are organising these awards, and it fills my heart with joy seeing my industry friends coming from all over India specially to attend this event. I understand that in every industry, there are some people who everyone look for opinions, guidance and support. This year, we have tried to felicitate the influencers in our industry.” Manali Arora, Project Head said “This type of event doesn’t happen overnight. I want to thank each and every person who has contributed to the success of this event, specially our sponsors for the event, without them the event was never possible.” The 7th Edition of GJTCI Excellence Awards is supported by HRD Antwerp, Gujarat Gold Centre, YUG by Tanvi Gold Cast LLP, BVC Logistics, Shilpa Lifestyle, Anand Shah, Awesome Sparklers, Art of Jewellery and United Exhibition. “With technological advancements, the craftsmanship in the industry is losing its value. This time along with Skill Council, we have felicitated the craftsmen to motivate them and preserve the essence of the industry” said Arpita Patel, Head Education Dept., GJTCI.

Courtesy - AOJ



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