Indian Diamond Institute to Introduce Course in Synthetic Diamonds

The Indian Diamond Institute (IDI) is up to introduce a new course in synthetic diamonds with an aim to teach students to identify and learn the Chemical Vapour Deposition (CVD) technique, using which a diamond can be grown from a hydrocarbon gas mixture, in laboratories.

Created On: May 15, 2014 18:26 IST

The Indian Diamond Institute (IDI) is up to introduce a new course in synthetic diamonds with an aim to teach students to identify and learn the Chemical Vapour Deposition (CVD) technique, using which a diamond can be grown from a hydrocarbon gas mixture, in laboratories.

The decision of starting this new course was announced during the IDI’s 36th convocation and foundation day that held on 13 May. In the event, the IDI chairman Aagam Sanghavi spoke that this course will produce expert gemologists from their institute, who will be able to identify CVD treated Diamonds.

In the event, near about 179 students were awarded diploma certificates in the presence of the leading diamantiares from the industry, whereas some 8 students were honored with gold medals for their excellent performance in distinct courses as gemology, diamond grading, diamond manufacturing, jewellery manufacturing, diploma in jewellery designing and manufacturing among others.

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