Malappuram : Rajiv Pratap Rudy, Central Minister of State for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship inaugurated the Institute of Gems and Jewellery (IGJ) at the Inkel Greens Educity. In his inaugural speech, Rudy noted that there is a scarcity of skilled professionals in the country. Professionals trained at institutes such as IGJ should lead global Gems and Jewellery Industry in future, he said. Rudy declared IGJ as a Center of Excellence.
P.V. Abdul Vahab M.P. presided over the function. The Gem Studio was inaugurated by P. Sreeramakrishnan, speaker of Kerala Legislative Assembly. IGJ promoted by Safa Jewellers is aimed to fulfill a surge in demand for skilled workers in the jewelry making and allied fields, all around the world.
P. Ubaidulla MLA, Premkumar Kothari, chairman of Gem & Jewellery Skill Council of India, COO Binit Bhatt, C.H. Jameela, chairperson of Malappuram Municipal council, A.P. Unnikrishnan, District Panchayat President, P.K. Aslu, Block Panchayat President, P. Riyas, strategic head of ASAP of Government of Kerala, K. Ramachandran, District President of BJP, Basheer, Project Head, Inkel Ltd. Salaam Melattoor, Chairman, IGJ spoke at the occasion.
Note: The information above published is shared by Mr. Amjad Shahir, CEO, Institute of Gems and Jewelry (IGJ)