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Gujarat accounts for 80% of the diamonds processed in India. 55% of the global diamond cutting and polishing happens in Surat. Gujarat also houses some the primary gold markets (in and around Rajkot and Ahmedabad). Gujarat is estimated to export Rs 25000 crores (USD 5 billion) worth cut and polished diamonds. This accounts to nine out of 10 diamonds mounted on jewellery, all over the world, being processed in Surat. The gems and jewellery industry is also the second largest employer after agriculture in the State, generating 1 million jobs, besides being a non polluting industry.

The diamond industry of the country is primarily concentrated in Surat, contributing to 80% of the diamonds processed in India. 90% of the contribution is from 10,000 units in and around Surat which has emerged as the nerve center of this industry. Over 3000 units are spread over Ahmedabad, Palanpur, Bhavnagar, Valsad, Navsari and Rajkot. While this has lead to geographic concentration of the processing centers, skill sets for processing are available across the state and contribute a major part of the specialized migrant labour into these districts.

A huge domestic market, coupled with India’s competent position in the global market has opened a host of opportunities in the following sectors, such as:
  • Contract processing


    Jewellery design and manufacture

The domestic market for both, gemstones and diamonds, has reached a level of maturity where industry can build upon the successes of the past and leverage the skill sets with state of the art technology to offer superiorly crafted jewellery. The jewellery industry would be able to absorb the processed gemstones, thus retaining the increase in value of the end product.

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Junaid, if you would find the trade association of the diomand polishers of Surat, you would get most of the information required by you.. Further try checking the Government of Gujarat Website for attracting investments and increasing exports... [maybe Vibrant Gujarat website] That might give you some more information that might be of some help

From India, Ahmadabad
I may help you better in choosing MBA through correspondence as I have 5 years of work Ex. in Corporate world and I am MBA student myself.
There are many aspects that you should analyze before choosing MBA course like::
Your background,
Areas of interest,
Your aim to do MBA ( to get job or to enhance career prospects)
Your location (Urban or Rural)
Current demand in the Corporate world,
Brand name of the college,
Course offered by the college,
Number of Centres of examination provided by the college,
Course content,
Areas of Specialization,
After enrollment support,
Methodology of instructions,
Web support,
Placement services,
and many more.
For further information plz feel free to mail me at
If you can send your resume then well & good.
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Dear Sir,
i was searching thru all websites for BBA from Ignou when i saw ur post..Can u giv me some guidance as to which grad course i shud take up .i am a diploma in elect('97)...Pls note i am (10 +3).Which all Graduates courses does Ignou offer for me..i was actively looking for BBA from Ignou...thanx in advance

hi rekha
i am doing a research for colleges that offer BBA distance and i found hardly any universities which offer them.I foundout that amity school/uni,offers BBA distance and they say that they are recognised by UGC.ICFAI dint seem to me as an extreemly good study option because of the reviews i hear from people around,i may be wrong.but after studying abroad for a few years iam affraid to come to indian education system.will it give me wat exactly iam looking for will i be satisfied with the education system?????
are the distance education programme efficiently brought to us or do i need to take some extra tutions??
i have never done anything through correspondence.
one more thing will it be better to do correspondence from uk or usa universities ?????when compared to indian universities??
do you think it will make a good educational decision to opt for uk and usa ???distance edu
lots of questions
hope you help me with this

hey please help me out!!

hey please help me out!!

Dear Friends,

im planning to do my gradutation in BBA/BMS through correspondense/distance education, as i hav inquired that there is no correspondence BMS from mumbai university but for the regular there is!

so the next option i hav taken that to do BBA from IGNOU.

there's courese named "BBA in Retailing" Offered by IGNOU.

friends can u please guide me about the above course & option i hav selected??

& Futher can i go for CET/CAT exams (after completion of the above degree) to get admission for MBA degree (Regular/part time/correspondence) from other university like mumbai or other than this...!!

after completing the degree from IGNOU----

1. Imporatance of the Course i.e, BBA in retailing.

2. Can i go for CET/CAT exam to get admission for MBA degree, will il be facing problem doing degree from IGNOU while taking admission in MBA in other university.

3.please friends help me out soon!!

your solution will really help me out!!

Reply.... or

please mail me on:

From India, Mumbai
hi , i am planning to join BBA CORESSPONDANCE in bangalore which institution offers this & which is the best institution please suggest
From India, Bangalore

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