INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY (INDIA)
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY (INDIA):
Intellectual Property (IP) is an intangible knowledge product and shall mean and include all results, conclusions, deductions, inventions, ideas, improvements, discoveries, enhancements, solutions, processes, modifications, know-how, data and information of every kind and description conceived, generated, made or reduced to practice as the case may be, designs, software programmes, genetically engineered micro organisms, business models and copyrightable work -resulting from the intellectual output of the faculty, staff, students, research scholars and other employees of the College.
Intellectual property Rights: means the rights derived from the IP e.g. Patents, registered designs, copy right etc.
Indian Government has revised the National IPR Policy in May 2016 and its vision, Mission and objectives are given as follows.