Here is good opportunity for creative thinkers to understand the genuine value of your idea and how to protect the concept which emerged from your mind. To understand India’s stand on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) policy and to discuss the new IPR policy and its impact on various industrial sectors, MSMECII-IPFC in association with SJCE-STEP and VTPC and state government is organising an interactive session on the new National IPR policy between 3pm and 5pm at Conference Hall, SJCE-STEP, SJCE campus on May 31.
There is no participation fee. Interested individuals and professionals may obtain more information on phone: 0821- 4001292. Confederation of Indian Indus-
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try (CII) in association with the Union Ministry of Micro Small and Medium Enterprise, (Mo MSME) has established an Intellectual Property Rights Facilitation Centre (IPFC) at Indore, Mysore and Gandhinagar recently.
This is the first of its kind in the state of Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka and Gujarat to be launched with a primary objective to boost intellectual property culture which would enhance the intellectual capital that is vital for the economic development of the state.
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley released India’s National Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Policy on May 12. The Policy which is in compliance with World Trade Organisation (WTO) agreement on Trade-Related aspects of IPRs (TRIPS), aims to sustain entrepreneurship and boost Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s pet scheme ‘Make in India.’
Enhancing the protection of IPR, the Indian government has announced an PR policy that is compliant with global norms.
After ‘Startup India’ and `Make in India,’ India now needs to protect the ‘Creative India: Innovative India’ by simply registering everything that we create. Every new business owner should be aware of his IP rights and should hire a trusted intellectual property consultant to help drive out the myths and build a strategy to best protect the company.