Ms. S. Anupriya, Indian Patent Agent
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 another vertical related to Molecular biology, Microbiology, 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 and 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 and a 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 clauses in light of the enquires asked by the patent examiners.
Words and expressions of right thoughts with right usage of words is very important in drafting a good patent application. 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 team to 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.