About the program

Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Intellectual Property Management (RGNIIPM) is inviting applications for training on patent filing, IPR-trademarks, copyrights and many more.

Reference

  • National IPR Policy 2016, DIPP, Government of India, Draft National Education Policy 2019
  • AICTE National Innovation and startup policy dated 10-9-19 / UGC circular dated 15 July 2016

Important information

Venue of Training

3 Day long Public Training Programs

Name & duration of Training ProgramTraining  Phase I Training Phase IITraining Phase IIITraining FeesFee for Student,  Lady participant ,Owner or employees of Start-upFee for 5 or more participants from one organization  
Patent filing in India (1 day), Patent Specification  (1 day)Patent Search  (1 day)13-15 Jan 202024 – 26 Feb 2020—–₹ 6000₹ 3000₹ 4500
Patent Specification  (1 day) Patent Search  (1 day)
Patent Description, Claims  writing (1 day)
14-16 Jan 202025 – 27 Feb 2020—–₹ 6000₹ 3000₹ 4500
Patent Description, Claims, Drafting Exercise   (1 day)
Patent search Exercise (1 day)
Patent Description, Claims, Drafting Exercise  (1 day) – advance
—–——2-4 March 2020₹ 6000₹ 3000₹ 4500

2 Day long training programs

Name & duration of Training ProgramTraining  Phase I Training Phase IITraining Phase IIITraining FeesFee for Student,  Lady participant ,Owner or employees of Start-upFee for 5 or more participants from one organization  
Patent filing in India (1 day) , Patent Specification  (1 day)13-14 Jan202024-25 Feb 2020——₹ 4000₹ 2000₹ 3000
Patent Specification  (1 day)Patent Search  (1 day)14-15 Jan25-26 Feb——₹ 4000₹ 2000₹ 3000
Patent Search  (1 day)Patent Description, Claims  writing (1D)15-16 Jan202026-27 Feb2020——₹ 4000₹ 2000₹ 3000
Patent Description, Claims, Drafting Exercise   (1 day)Patent search Exercise (1 day)—-——2-3 March2020Rs 4000Rs 2000Rs 3000
Patent search Exercise (1 day)Patent Description, Claims, Drafting Exercise   (1 day)—–—–3-4 March 2020₹ 4000₹ 2000₹ 3000
Trademark & GI filing  in India (1 day)Copyright & Designs filing in India (1day)—–—–5-6  March 2020₹ 4000₹ 2000₹ 3000

Week long Skill Development Public Training Program

One week (5 / 6 days) training program on

  • Patent filing in India (1 day)
  • Patent Specification  (1 day)
  • Patent Search  (1 day)
  • Patent Description,Claims  writing (1 D)
  • Patent processing, PCT, Opposition, Infringement, Licensing, etc.  (1 day)
  • Trademark, GI, Copyright & Design filing in India (1 day  optional free)

Phase I: 13-18 January 2020

Phase II: 24-29 February 2020

Training fee: ₹ 10000; ₹ 5000 for Students , Lady participants, Owner or employees of Start-up; ₹ 7500 for 5 or more participants from one organization

One week (5 / 6 days) advanced training program on

  • Patent Description, Claims, Drafting Exercise   (1 day)
  • Patent search Exercise (1 day)
  • Patent Description, Claims, Drafting Exercise   (1 day)
  • Trademark & GI filing  in India (1 day)
  • Copyright & Designs filing in India(1day)

Phase I: 2-6 March 2020

Training fee: ₹ 10000; ₹ 5000 for Students , Lady participants, Owner or employees of Start-up; ₹ 7500 for 5 or more participants from one organization

Two Weeks long Skill Development Public Training Program

Two week Advance Professional Skill Development training program on

  • Patent filing in India (1 day) ,
  • Patent Specification (1 day)
  • Patent Search (1 day)
  • Patent Description, Claims writing (1 D)
  • Patent processing, PCT, Opposition, Infringement, Licensing, etc. (1 day)
  • Trademark, GI, Copyright & Design filing in India (1 day optional free)
  • Patent Description, Claims, Drafting Exercise (1 day)
  • Patent search Exercise- advance (1 day)
  • Patent Description, Claims, Drafting Exercise (1 day) – advance
  • Trademark & GI filing in India (1 day)
  • Copyright & Designs filing in India(1day)

Date: 24 February – 6 March 2020

Training fee: ₹ 20000; ₹ 10000 for Students, Lady participants, Owner or employees of Start-up; ₹ 15000 for 5 or more participants from one organization

How to register?

REGISTRATION & PAYMENT PROCEDURE:-

Visit:    http://www.ipindia.nic.in/public-training-schedule-rg.htm

Apply by e-mail to  rgniipm.ipo@nic.in and reserve the seat by mentioning desired training program & thereafter attach scanned copy of payment details & registration form (available in website) or application with payment shall be Send by post to  RGNIIPM, Near Air India, Hislop College Road, Civil Lines,  Nagpur, Maharashtra, India – 440001.

RGNIIPM training Fee shall be paid through BHIM app / cash/ multicity cheque/ Demand draft.  The payment through multicity Cheque/Demand draft shall be prepared in favour of  “Patent Information System, Nagpur” payable at Nagpur. For payment through BHIM app please choose the VPA as RGNIIPM@centralbank , pay the required fee and provide the 12-digit RRN No. to the cash counter to get the receipt. 

About Intellectual Property Rights

Intellectual property rights are the rights given to persons over the creations of their minds. They usually give the creator an exclusive right over the use of his/her creation for a certain period of time.

Definition credit: WTO

Patents: Patent is an exclusive right granted by the Government to the applicant for his disclosed invention of product or process which should be new, non-obvious, useful and patentable. Patent offers a technical solution to a technical problem.

Designs: Protecting any shape, configuration, pattern, color and the creations of the appearance of industrial products.

Trademarks: Trademark is a visual symbol in the form of word, name, logo, label  etc. as applied to an vendible article, with a view to indicate origin of manufacture or service or vendor in that respect and enable customers to distinguish the product of one manufacturer from the goods of the other.

Copyright: Copyright is a right given by the law to creators of literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works and producers of cinematograph films and sound recordings. It is a bundle of rights including rights of reproduction, communication to the public, adaptation and translation of the work. The exclusive and assignable legal right, given to the originator for a fixed number of years, to print, publish, perform, film, or record literary, artistic, or musical material.

Geographical Indications: GI of Goods are defined as that aspect of industrial property which refers to the GI referring to a country or to a place situated therein as being the country or place of origin of that product. Typically, such a name conveys an assurance of quality and distinctiveness which is essentially attributable to the fact of its origin in that defined geographical locality, region or country.

Why Intellectual Property Rights should be protected?

IPRs are considered as a barometer of R&D activities, encourages technology transfer, national / foreign direct investments & helps in technological / industrial development. From last many years it was observed that, filing of IP applications in the country are not increasing at higher rate despite significant contribution towards R&D by various Institutes, Scientist and R&D organizations, teachers, student etc. Hence in order to implement National IP policy, it has been decided to upgrade IP skills of professors, scientist, students/researchers, professionals, Industry officials etc. through in-depth training.

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