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EGL India operations

By Our Staff Correspondent

MUMBAI DEC. 9. European Gemological Laboratory (EGL), the world's largest independent network of gemological laboratories providing gemological services and education in gemology, launched its Indian operations at a press conference here today.

EGL has ten centres in Belgium, South Africa, the U.S., Israel, Turkey, the U.K., France and South Korea. In India, EGL has two centres in Mumbai and Delhi and will be investing a substantial amount in developing centres in nine more cities in India in the next few years. EGL will invest Rs. 10-20 crores in the first year.

EGL will provide the diamond industry with services in the areas of consultation, certification, re-check of grading, sealing of certified diamonds, consultation and certification of coloured stones, diamond grading classes, report of gemstones and those in settings, laser inscription, hearts and arrows report and Champagne Diamond report. EGL India is also launching the EGL College of Gemology, a centre for imparting internationally accredited diploma courses in diamond grading and certification.

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