IPR refers creation of mind such as invention literacy, artistic work, design, symbol, names and images in any subjects for limited period of time.
The main purpose behind this is to encourage the creation of wild variety of goods for consumers, to achieve this, Patent law gives business property right to information for limited period of time
Patenting is one of the stage strategies for production of one’s intellectual right. To explore this P.G. Department of Microbiology and Biotechnology of St. Thomas College, Bhilai organized a Workshop on “Intellectual Property Rights- Patent & Designs Process” The objective of this workshop was to encourage the students for filing of various types of patents.
Principal Dr. M.G. Roymon was delivered the welcome speech and congratulated all staff members and said that the St. Thomas College regularly organizes this type of programme for benefit to students.
Mr. Himanshu Chandrakar, Examiner of Patents and Design, RGNIIPM, Nagpur was the resource person for this programme. He has been working for more than 6 Years in Indian patent office, Govt. of India and is presently working as examiner of patents and design at Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Intellectual Property Management, Nagpur.
He enlightened the students with various types of patents and gave detailed information about it to them. By giving examples he explained the participants about different Intellectual property Right. He very well explained the procedure and process to file different types of patents. In his lecture he explained different opportunities of choosing patent examiner as career. He also thanked the organizing team for arranging such scientific programme.
This event was supervised by Dr. V. Shanthi, Head, Department of Microbiology and Biotechnology. On this event total 115 participants were registered.
This Programme was conducted by Dr. Ujjwala Supe and vote of thanks was proposed by Ms. Sulagna Ghosh Barman.