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National Workshop on IPR Concludes

National Workshop on Intellectual Property Rights was organized By Environment & Social Welfare Society, Khajuraho Madhya Pradesh, India held in Chhatarpur in Madhya Pradesh recently. It is sponsored by Madhya Pradesh Council of Science & Technology, Bhopal.

 

Chhatarpur : National Workshop on Intellectual Property Rights  was organized By Environment & Social Welfare Society, Khajuraho Madhya Pradesh, India held in Chhatarpur  in Madhya Pradesh recently. It is sponsored by Madhya Pradesh Council of Science & Technology, Bhopal and Assisted by Godavari Academy of Science & Technology, Chhatarpur Madhya Pradesh. This was informed by  Dr. Ashwani Kumar Dubey.

Objective of workshop was to create awareness and discuss Intellectual Property Rights. India is a signatory to the agreement for the establishment of the World Trade Organization including the agreement on Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) for the purpose of reduction of distortions and impediments to international trade and promotion of effective and adequate protection of IPR. Under intellectual property law, owners are granted certain exclusive rights to a variety of intangible assets, such as musical, literary, and artistic works; discoveries and inventions; and words, phrases, symbols, and designs. Common types of intellectual property include copyrights, trademarks, patents, industrial design rights and trade secrets in some jurisdictions.

Under the gracious presence of Chief Guest: Dr. N. K. Chaubey, Sr. Scientist and Incharge, IPR, MPCST, Bhopal (MP),Special Guest: Dr. Govind Singh, Former Principal, Govt. College, Nowgong, Dr. S. K. Mishra, Principal, Govt. Higher Sec. Excellence School No 1, Chhatarpur,President Dr. A. P. Saxena, Former Professor & Head, College Banda and

Invited Guests as Rajesh Kumar Jha, Asst. Professor & Regional Industry Coordinator, NIFT, Kannur, Kerala. Focused on Make in India perspectives through IPR. and Scientific innovations, Patents and IPR, Dr. K. K. Rao, Incharge Computer Center, Dr. Harisingh Gour University, Sagar (MP) says Patents in India is granted to encourage inventions,Dr. Ashish Dwivedi, Ink Media, School of Journalism, Sagar express view on  fundamental  of IPR

Dr.M.S.Vimal, Govt.Maharaja College, Chhatarpur discuss on Patents and IPR : Commercialization versus quest for knowledge,Dr. Avinas Pratap Singh, Member, All India Farmer Committee, Chhatarpur focused on Intellectual property (IP) is a legal concept which recognizes exclusive rights for creations of mind, Dr. Ashwani Kumar Dubey delivered his Presidential Address emphasized the role of  Intellectual property, science and technology : Global versus Indian scenario.

 ESW Society Member Dr. Archana Chauhan, Dr. Amita Arzariya, Mrs. Neelam Rawat, Mr. Lokesh Rawat, Mr. Rajendra Namdev, Mrs. Sadhana Gupta, Mrs. Kiran Brijpuriya, Mrs. Sarita Jain, Dr. Vaheedunnisha, Vandana Dubey, 200+ Students, Teachers and Professor were present

 The workshop stressed on Creative management of Intellectual property is necessary to manage the product development & dissemination, hence various kinds of opportunities, challenges & suggestions which will pave a path to ‘Make in India perspectives through Intellectual Property Rights’.

Compulsory licenses are becoming a tool for the easy access of generic drugs in the market. Hence India has from the beginning kept the strict view on grant of such compulsory licenses and discussed to consider how to balance the needs of science as an industry with the public rights of those  who desperately need the products of science.

 

 

 

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