registration of a patent in India has seen the light at the end of the tunnel. Good news in current scenario is that earlier patent registration timeline of 5-6 years to get patent granted in India has been reduced to 9-10 months from date of first filing of patent specification before Indian patent Office.
If everything is in order during patent prosecution stages in India, the patent applicant / patent inventor is able to receive patent registration clearance order within 9–10 months.
Good News FIRST: Timeline to get patent granted in India has been reduced to 9–10 months by expediting patent examination process.
Caveat: You have to pay yearly patent annuity fees to keep the patented innovation in force aka legal status.
Patent annuity is the fee paid to Indian patent office to maintain a granted patent or patent application in force. Generally also termed as patent renewal fee or patent maintenance fee.
The saga to pay the government fees as patent maintenance fees is 20 years to reap true benefits of patent registration in INDIA.
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Welcome to Tech Corp International Strategist (TCIS, India), YOUR ONE STOP STRATEGIST for guiding YOU the process of protecting and identifying INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS (IPRs) in YOUR Business Verticals.
Learn How to Patent a Business Idea Innovation in India and Worldwide.
In the technology 4 Era Big Data is the new mining oil. Big Data Analysis with a view to solve massive problems and alleviating poverty and to increase GDP can be asset to the country. Big Data is being seen as the solution to current massive problems
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Executing Intelligent Business Idea is the need of the hour. Funding ecosystem is prevalent in India. However identifying important patent, brands, copyrights, trade secrets and technical know hows of the founders is the need of the hour. Knowing about How to Patent a Business Idea in India and globally can increase your company evaluations. Answering WHAT, WHY, WHEN & How to Patent a Business Idea provides the Startups with the holistic view of doing innovative business globally.
Patents give the power to the innovator to protect their ideas. First, file a provisional patent innovation document in HOME Country. It is advisable to discuss the patent strategy & How to Patent a Business Idea with expert Patent Attorney or Patent Agent. Our team of Patent wizard geeks are there to assist you through the process of patenting your innovation.
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Indian Patent Agent Exam Guide to become Intellectual Property Asset Strategist
In this video we will be discussing essential patent book you need & how to prepare for Patent Agent Examination 2020. Some common questions are being answered in this video for your ease #HappyICvibes
1. How to understand basics of Patent Agent Examination Process in India?
2. How as aspiring Indian Patent Agent candidate you would be able to qualify Patent Agent Examination?
3. What is essential book you need to purchase from patent agent examination 2020 point of view?
4. How many hours do you need to devote for preparing for patent agent examination 2020?
5. What’s will be my options after clearing the patent agent examination?
When you’re done viewing this video, this is what you’ll take away:
What’s the one thing that matters now:
Two months of dedication is enough to qualify for the Patent Agent Examination 2020
Scope of work profile once you clear patent agent examination 2020 exam:
What does a good IP strategy look like for my clients?
How should you able to think about the economic and social impacts you are contributing to the society?
Recently, the Controller General of Patents, Designs & Trade Marks has invited for online application from eligible candidates under Section 126 of the Patents Act, 1970, to appear in Patent Agent Examination-2020.
Patent Agent Exam Paper-I is objective type and duration of time allocate to complete Paper-I is two hours.
Patent Agent Exam Paper-II is descriptive type and duration of time allocate to complete Paper-II is three hours.
Last date for online registration has been extended to 15/04/2020.
Patenting Path to Glory in Industry 4.0 #IoTtrends #Internetofthings
IoT aka Internet of Things Patent Landscape- How to Get a Patent in India for Software, Mobile Applications and Computer Related Inventions. Software patenting in India is real skillset.
The first thought that comes to creative intellectual mind in Industry 4 Era is what is Internet in the online world? What is Software? What is Software-Hardware Product? How to deploy Software-Hardware Patents? This article is going to address Everything YOU need to Know about Software Patenting in India.
Property Asset is an important asset. One such important asset is Intellectual Property Asset.
Software and Mobile App Patents are routinely granted by the Indian Patent Office and recently, following patents were granted:
One engine that is ruling the chart in online world is Google. Google and its sister concern enterprises file a number of software and hardware oriented patent applications claiming fortification of data based on a number of features. One such feature used by users and especially mobile users is location option enablement in the setting module of handheld devices.
For example, filtering location information retrieved from one or more computing devices at any given instance.
Indian Patent Examination Report
Generally patent examiners need clarity in patent claims and the technology interpretation should suffice the ambit of the Indian Patent Act, 1970. In our IP practice over the years, we have noted following common objections which would be discussed in brief for clarity purposes.
Patent proceeds grant stage in India before the Indian Patent office, if patent examiner is satisfied beyond doubt with the written explanation provided by the patent agent representing client before the Indian Patent office.
Patent claims written in respect of computer instructions stored in a memory and executable by a processor, fall within the scope of Section 3(k) of the Indian Patent Act.
HOW TO OVERCOME SUCH PATENT RELATED DATA MATRIX?
SIMPLE tweaking is to define MODULES and not set of instructions is a good pro-active strategy to overcome such enquires. The preamble of the patent claims should relate to object and purpose of technology. Drafting patent claims in a manner not related to computer programs and claiming a handheld device, enhancing its technical effect through its constructional features is KEY to define ambit of claims to seek protection in India.
Everything YOU need to Know about Software Patenting in India
With the advent and importance of Software patenting being granted to Google, Microsoft, Amazon and new age unicorn businesses running in internet space, time is apt to encash IPR based assets in terms of intellectual capacity. In India, Software patenting is commonly termed as “Computer Related Invention” by the Indian Patent Office.
Action Plan to get Software Patenting in India
While writing and drafting patent claims to define scope of technology in terms of computer system use the word #module rather than #instructions to mimic technology as #hardware #handhelddevices
Still Finding Answers:
Software patenting in India: FAQs you need to understandSoftware patenting in India
Understand nuances of getting software patents granted in India?
Does Indian patent law allow software patents, Answer is YES?
How to apply for software patent in India?
File a provisional patent application with data information covering all the aspects of the technology.
How to patent a software in India?
Provisional patent application filing is a good pro-active strategy to file start the patenting process in India.
How to patent a mobile application in India?
While writing and drafting patent claims to define scope of technology in terms of computer system use the word #module rather than #instructions to mimic technology as #hardware #handhelddevices.
What are the examples of software patents in India?
How to Patent Ideating Technology in India and Internationally
General Patent FAQs:
What is a Provisional Patent Application?
What are advantages of Filing a Provisional Patent Application?
How can Patent Search help in determining Patentability of Invention?
What is the meaning of “Patent Pending Status” in India?
Learn and Prepare YOURSELF to be Registered Indian Patent Agent 2020 with #WeTrinity
IPRs has to be understood in REAL sense against the background. In current scheme of #businesses many folks still don’t appreciate real value of intellect and what Intellectual Property brings on the table and to the masses at large.
Intellectual property is the TRUE creation of the human intellect including but not limited to creativity concepts, inventions, industrial models, trademarks, songs, literature, software codes and the like.
Enroll yourself to prepare for Indian patent agent examination 2020 with US
The Patents Act read with the Patents Rules U/S 125, 126, 127 Rule 108, and 109 prescribe the qualifications and the eligibility for becoming a patent agent. In order to get registered as a patent agent one has to pass an examination conducted by the Controller General of Patents annually.
The notification concerning the examination is published in the official website www.ipindia.nic.in and also in at least one prominent newspaper.
In order to apply for registration as a patent agent, one has to be a citizen of India, above the age of 21, and should have a Bachelor’s degree in Science or Engineering from a recognized Indian University or possesses such other equivalent qualifications as the Central Government may specify in this behalf.
All matters relating to registration and subsequent procedures regarding patent agents are dealt by the Office of the Controller General of Patents, Designs and Trademarks, Mumbai. Particulars to be contained in the Register of Patent Agents:
1) The register of patent agents maintained under section 125 shall contain the name, nationality, address of the principal place of business, addresses of branch offices, if any, the qualifications, the date of registration of every registered patent agent and the details of their renewal of registration and any other particulars so specified by the Controller.
2) Where the register of patent agents is in computer floppies, diskettes or any other electronic form, it shall be maintained and accessed only by the person who is duly authorised by the Controller and no entry or alteration of any entry or rectification of any entry in the said register shall be made by any person who is not so authorised by the Controller.
Application for Registration of Indian Patent Agents:
(1) Every person who desires to be registered as a patent agent shall make an application in Form 22.
(2) The applicant shall furnish such other information as may be required by the Controller.
(3) A person desirous to appear in the qualifying examination under rule 110 shall make a request to the Controller along with the fee specified in the First Schedule after announcement of such examination and within the period as may be specified in the announcement.
What are the Rights of Indian Patent Agents:
A Indian patent agent is entitled
a. to practice before the Controller; and
b. to prepare all documents, transact all business and discharge such other functions as may be prescribed in connection with any proceedings before the Controller under this Act.
Hey, my name is S. Anupriya and I work in the capacity of technology strategist at Tech Corp International Strategist (TCIS). However, there is a story related to my name “S. Anupriya”.
All through my life I have been asked the same question again and again about Mystical letter S. So here it goes …
My full name is Saravanan Anupriya. Saravanan is my father’s name. “Saravanan” means Lord Murugan (Hindu god of war). According to scriptures, Saravanan is the son of Parvati and Shiva, brother of Ganesha, and a god whose life story has many versions in Hinduism.
Our family hails from Chidambaram, Tamil Nadu which is 5 hours journey from Chennai by bus. Interestingly, in my native state Names are written in a particular format. The format is very simple to remember. The first letter of the father’s name is used as an “initial” along with the name given to the child. So instead of writing surnames we we write “initial” along with our name.
My Day in Office
I am registered Indian patent agent and cleared Indian patent agent examination in 2019. After working on so many mission projects related to internet of things (IoTs), AI, ML, VR and aligning the technological advancements with new age laws my journey in Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) has been very enriching. The base applicability of biochemistry is very much applicable in the online world of coding and related verticals.
I also work on numerous science verticals. Some days I am working on inventions related to Molecular biology, and on other days reaching in Microbiology. Due to current outbreak me with my team are performing landscape research in Covid. I am expanding my online research skills to understand Immunology, Bioinformatics and Biochemical techniques.
Me with my team prepare detailed landscape reports and identify gaps for technology development. In earlier days of my career I had first hand experience in performing similarity searches (BLAST) for multiple nucleotides and proteins.
With every new innovation mission project I undertake with my peers as a team makes my technical skills sharp in Intellectual Property Rights. We have a team leader leading every project and we deduce different strategies to tackle the innovations in question.
At TCIS, I have been capable to align new age skill sets. As a Indian Patent Agent I am able to interpret law and technology with a mind of a Biochemist. I hold a Masters degree in Biochemistry from Jamia Millia Islamia University based in New Delhi. I did my postgraduate diploma in Intellectual Property Rights from Indian Society for International Law (ISIL). I did my graduation from Sri Venkateswara College under the aegis of University of Delhi in Biochemistry.
As registered Indian patent agent before the Indian patent office I have in-depth knowledge of Indian patent act and patent rules and my technological minds facilitates interpretation of patent law clauses in light of the enquires asked by the patent examiners.
Words and expressions of right thoughts with right usage of words are very important. Scope of invention is defined with right terms aka terminology in writing and drafting a good patent application aka patent specification. We regularly organise human capacity building workshops to foster and facilitate the Innovations in Industry 4.0.
What I do as Indian Patent Agent and aspiring Indian Patent lawyer
We work as a teamto protect and expand the intellectual property assets by developing patent portfolios and re-around strategies to protect existing IPRs.
“Every technology research is a proposition to set aside prior art with a view point to invent and reinvent the wheel to innovate disruptive product to serve society at large.”
Understanding futuristic viewpoint in advance is like peek into technology future landscape which is a true gift to live purposeful life.
Outside office hours, I facilitate young minds to understand ever evolving subjects like Science, Chemistry and Mathematics. Thorough understanding of concepts in a simplified format is a KEY skill.
Previous College Projects
Underwent 6 months internship on “Tagged protein expression study of histone variants in mammalian cells” under the supervision of Vivek T.Natarajan, Ph.D. (Scientist), Institute of Genomics and Integrative Biology (IGIB), New Delhi.
Presented poster on ‘Rapid spreading of ‘Zika Virus’ in Jamia Millia Islamia annual festival.
During my graduation days at Sri Venkateswara College, University of Delhi, New Delhi, I was part of innovation project on “Immunohistochemical evaluation of candidate marker for sebaceous differentiation and their association with aggressive eyelid sebaceous gland carcinoma” and DBT Star College project –“ to study the effect of heating on nutritional values of sunflower oil”, 2014-2015, published in the Delhi university journal of undergraduate research and innovation, volume 2, Issue 1 in October 2016.
I am a university rank holder and had qualified Graduate Aptitude Test Engineering (GATE) in life science. I am also a recipient of PG Indira Gandhi Scholarship for single girl child.
Recent International Missions as Technology Strategist
Served as a Rapporteur in the “1st World Conference on Access to Medical Products and International Laws for Trade and Health”, in the context of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development’ held on 21-23rd November 2017 at the Taj Mahal Hotel, New Delhi, India.
I am fluent in three languages that include English, Hindi and Tamil.
Books are my best companion and cherish understanding fine arts.
IPRs has to be understood in REAL sense against the background
In current scheme of Indian backed businesses, many folks still don’t appreciate real value of intellect and what Intellectual Property brings on the table and to the masses at large.
What Intellectual Property brings on the table and to the masses at large is the question an intellectual mind needs to answer to understand IPR in real sense.
Intellectual property is the TRUE creation of the human intellect including but not limited to creativity concepts, inventions, industrial models, trademarks, songs, literature, software codes and the like. Strange claims are being filed by authors to claim a story of real life event under Copyright laws.
Good judgement by Bombay HC that ruled out that no one person can claim copyright on a story that is based on true events, opposing writer Rakesh Bharti’s suit claiming that #Chhapaak is based a story written by him. Justice SC Gupte made prima facie observations on hearing arguments on interim relief sought by Bharti.
Lesson Learnt by Copyright lawyer in India
Copyright registration in India is one aspect and claiming to be true author is all together a different story
Happy to Facilitate 🙂
Hashtags to follow for regular updates: #AnalysisbyPK #AnalysisbyPrityKhastgir #ArtofIntellect #Chhapaak #copyrightlawyer #IPBollywood #artsandentertainmentlaw
Going back memory lane is always special. We discussed about silver lining difference between discovery and innovation. Workshop on Intellectual Property Rights sponsored by DBT was an enriching experience to share with budding Botany students from University of Delhi as to how IPRs can be harnessed in time to come.
The creativity and innovations in science and technology are the major drivers for the socioeconomic growth of developed and developing countries in this 21st century. To get intellectual rights for such new inventions, techniques, models, plant varieties, chemical compounds, drugs and etc. and selling these rights to other countries/company/organizations could elevate the economic status of the nation.
The major aim of this workshop is to create an awareness among young minds about the basic concepts of IPR, Patents, Copyrights, Trademark, protection of plant varieties/traditional knowledge and their claims.
Also aims at establishing a basic level of understanding about the laws, rules and regulations related to IPR.
Undergraduate and postgraduate students, Research Scholars, Scientists, Post Docs, Faculties and entrepreneurs
Understanding science with hawk eye legal approach is new skill set which needs to be instilled at academia level. For conducting more such workshops get in touch to know more as to how we can facilitate the IPR training at your institution.
About the speakers
Dr. Arun Kumar Maurya, Ph.D., is an author of a great book titled Basic Intellectual Property Rights Law Concept and Cases (ISBN: 978-93-83281-15-9). He completed his M.Sc. and M.Phil. from University of Delhi and Ph.D. in Botany from C.C.S. University, Meerut. He holds a degree in Law and Post Graduate Diploma in Intellectual Property Right Law, and Environmental Law course from National Law, University of India (NLUI), Bangalore, India. He has published several scientific research articles, chapters in books and books. Presently he is working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Botany, Multanimal Modi PG College, Ghaziabad. India. He is constantly giving motivation and /or awareness to young students about the laws, rules and regulations related to intellectual property rights through his thought provoking lectures at various seminars, workshops and conferences in Colleges/Universities across India.
Ms. Prity Khastgir is a founder and CEO of the Tech Corp International Strategist (TCIS) India. She completed her post graduation in Biotechnology and LLB from University of Rajasthan. She also completed an entrepreneurship course from Indian School of Business (ISB). She is an International Telecommunication Union (ITU) expert. She is a certified mediator for commercial dispute and negotiator in India. She published her work in BBC world, Nature groups, Business world and BioSpectrum Asia. She had a work experience with US law firm in New York. She is expertise in the areas of IP portfolio research,cross-border technology transactions, licensing agreements, product clearance, freedom-to-operate, patent infringement & invalidity analysis, research & opinions.
Fintech Patent Attorney Assisting Global Clients to Develop New “Out of the Box” Strategies
Filing Patents to gain access in the fintech sector is a good strategic move. Walmart and other important business entities just file patents with two viewpoints. One viewpoint is very obvious to create a playing field for all other players in the market.
Other not so discussed pointer is defensive publication of the technology so the publication itself becomes prior art and no other patent applicant is able to bag the coveted prize of owning a patent.
Defensive publication of the technology so the publication itself becomes prior art
Sustainability of any technology is the need of the hour and reaching masses to develop win-win approach is the only way out to understand technologies around financial sector. The emerging digital technologies is not limited to 5G, AI, IoT, cloud computing, Bigdata and blockchain to enable mass consumption and envisage the big picture for the 5 trillion economy of India.
History is the Biggest Saviour and Governments Across Know that Innovation and IPR will attract more investment to generate job opportunities for the masses. Data is crucial and Big data is the new mining oil to harness creative content for the masses to imbibe.
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