Intellectual property (IP) law is often viewed as static, when it is actually chameleon like, constantly changing to reflect technological and social developments. This article discusses how IP as we know it today – in the classical fields of copyright, patent and trademarks, and in their interaction and beyond – has developed alongside changes in technology, globalization, and society, taking into account their interrelated nature and how they  prophetization and affect the balancing of interests (both economic and non-economic). It specifically looks at challenges relating to software and the Internet, biotechnology, and overlaps in IP, before taking a brief look at what the future may bring.


Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) is concerned with the protection of tangible and intangible property. It provides rewards and recognition to inventor(s)/contributor(s) for their research, designs, discoveries and inventions etc. The aim is to train the participants about the mechanism of accessing and using IPR information for further research and development in developing new products and process and for their use in business development. Also suggest steps for transforming innovations into proprietary assets.


1.Certificate will be provided.

2.The student will be to gain knowledge about patents, copyrights, innovative ideas and startups.


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