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Intellectual Property Rights Cell

About IPR Cell

 

Intellectual property Rights have become significant issue of discussion in last 10-15 year with the emergence of WTO agreement on intellectual property rights. Intellectual property rights are an umbrella term that includes patents, copy rights, trade Marks, Design Registration, Plant Variety, Trade Secrets and geographical Indications. Research and Innovation in our country emerge both from industry as well as academic institutions. In today’s era where intellectual property Rights are globally enforceable, we need to develop a conducive environment where we can impart knowledge of patents, Copyrights, Geographical Indications and other IPRs to our young generation so they can equip to create innovations and can protect their intellectual Property Rights including their innovation and creativity. The IPR Cell provides a basic knowledge of geographical indication, IPR, patent concepts and procedure of filling the patents at national & international level. The IPR Cell also advices to researcher about trade mark, Copyrights Brand name, etc. the IPR Cell provides also a platform to share and discuss the latest development and applications with practical exposure & it helpful for local innovators including faculty members, students and research scholars.

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    Vision


    To be the fountainhead of new ideas and innovations in science and technology and continue to be a source of pride for all Indians.

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    Mission


    The DIT University Intellectual Property Rights Cell (DIT-IPR Cell) aims to create an environment that shall foster the growth of intellectually capable, innovative and entrepreneurial professionals, who shall contribute to the growth of Science and Technology in partnership with industry and develop and harness it for the welfare of the nation and mankind.

 

Team Members

Name of Members Role Department/School
Umesh Chandra Agarawal Director Center of Innovation, Incubation, Enternterprenuriship and Startups
Dr. Havagiray Chitme Head School of Pharmacy & Population Health Informatics
Dr. Fateh Singh Member School of Physical Sciences
Dr. Bharti Sharma Member School of Computing
Mr. Chirag Joshi Member School of Computing
Mr. Diwaker Member School of Computing
Dr. Mansha Swami Member School of Engineering & Technology
Dr. Tapas Dora Member School of Engineering & Technology
Mr. Rakesh Pandey Member School of Engineering & Technology
Dr Naveen Singhal Member School of Physical Sciences
Dr. Md Habban Akhter Member School of Pharmacy & Population Health Informatics
Mr. Samir Bhargava Member School of Pharmacy & Population Health Informatics
Mr. Jai P Agrawal Member School of Engineering & Technology
Dr. Kuldeep Choudhary Member School of Engineering & Technology

Key Highlights of the DIT-IPR Cell Policy

 

  • To create an awareness about IPR for faculties and students of the University
  • To conduct workshops, seminars and training course on IPR
  • To disseminate knowledge on patents, patent regime in India and abroad and registration aspects
  • To impart training on future endeavours regarding patent filing processes
  • To encourage faculty members and scholars to go for patentable works
  • To modernize and strengthen IP administration

Assistance to Faculties and Students by IPR Cell

 

  • Awareness about IPR
  • Idea Refinement
  • Plugging the Gaps
  • Motivate students
  • IPR can provide security to students Inventions
  • IPR call help students display their work and attract potential buyers
  • Financial support
  • Guidance and consultancy for Patent/ IPR

Standard Operating Process and Procedure for IPR Cell Click here

IPR Support

  • Trademark
  • Patent
  • Copyright
  • National Biodiversity Approval"

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