|Jurisdiction||Government of India|
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|Parent agency||Department of Commerce, Government of India|
Gem & Jewellery Export Promotion Council (GJEPC) is an organisation set up by the Government of India (GOI) with aim to promote the Indian gem and jewellery industry and its products.
The GJEPC was established in 1966 by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry (India), it was one of several Export Promotion Councils started by the Government.  It has its headquarters in Mumbai and Regional Offices in New Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Surat and Jaipur.  The GJEPC was granted an autonomous status in 1998, it is the apex body for the gems and jewellery industry of India and represents almost 7,000 exporters. The Council presents issues to the Government and recommends policy intervention. 
The GJEPC has set up CFCs in Amreli, Visnagar, Palanpur and Junagadh in Gujarat. The CFC Services include planning, laser sawing and cutting facilities to process diamonds.
The GJEPC organises the premier jewellery design competition and Awards. It celebrates art, creativity and innovation by honouring the talents in jewellery design.
The GJEPC holds the Design Inspirations seminar in Mumbai in February each year. Design Inspirations is an initiative to educate jewellers, designers and students about the upcoming trends in the gems and jewellery sector in India, Europe and the US. It gives in-depth insights into consumer behaviour patterns, aspirations, desires, emotions, feelings; and how to translate them into thematic concepts and visual directions.
There are seven educational institutes across five cities, and four gemological laboratories under the GJEPC.