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About GJC

All India Gem And Jewellery Domestic Council is a national trade federation for the promotion and growth of trade in gems and jewellery across India.

It is a federation that has come together, for managing various aspects of fair trade practices and efficient organization of business.

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Gold Rates
Standard Rate : 7138
  22-Karat
Selling 6995
Buying 6529
"All rates provided herein are merely indicative, subject to change and may vary basis various factors including but not limited to geography etc. GJC is providing these rates in furtherance of its position of a domestic council to merely provide an indicative figure. It is the responsibility of each merchant/jeweller/ vendor or any other party to conduct its own diligence and finalise its own rate. These rates are in no way binding on any party and are also not mandated to be the rate to be followed. Accordingly, GJC accepts no liability to any party whatsoever for the accuracy and correctness of such rates or any loss or damage incurred due to reliance placed on such rates. These rates are published solely for information purpose and do not constitute or amount to any kind of direction or determination of gold prices. [All rates published are exclusive of GST and making charges. The rates published are rates per gram of gold."
News & Events
May 18 ,2024
May 18 ,2024

All India Gem & Jewellery Domestic Council (GJC) organised first of its kind one-day Gems and Jewellery Banking Summit presented by the World Gold Council presented at Jio World Convention Centre, Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai, on the 18th May 2024. The Summit was attended by leading Indian government and private bankers engaged directly or indirectly in the gold financing business. The Summit was powered by Yes Bank, Shree Kunj, Kolkata, and supported by Bangalore Refinery, Mukti Gold and Diamond, and Laxmi Diamonds India Ltd.

More than 200 delegates participated in the summit, with experts discussing the financing needs of the industry for a comprehensive growth of the entire value chain from bullion dealers to karigars, craftsman, manufacturers, wholesalers, and retailers. Speakers also deliberated about the risk management facilities available for Indian jewellers, and challenges being faced by the industry for future growth.

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