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Diploma In Intellectual Property Rights is 1 year diploma. It is comenced in momth of July. Throughout this course a student learns about various rules and regulations of Intellectual Properties. After Completing this course students are able to apply for Law Firms, Corporate Houses, Government Agencies, Research and Development Units, etc. Graduates may work in positions like IP Analyst, Patent Engineer, Assistant Manager, Research Analyst, Business Head, etc. Student is also able to work for organizations like Reliance Industries, Oracle India, Law Firm, Infosys, HCL, TCS, Siemens, Ranbaxy Laboratories etc. For taking admission in Diploma in Taxation Law a student must have passed HSC Exam .To be eligible for admission, the candidate must be a graduate of any faculty either of this university or of any other university, whose degrees are recognized as equivalent to the corresponding degrees of this university. Diploma In Intellectual Property Rights consist of following subjects:

1)Patent Law
2)Copyright and Neighboring Rights
3)Trade Mark
4)Industrial Designs, Geographical Indications and layout designs of Intergrated Circuits

Weightage of theory exam of Diploma In Intellectual Property Rights is 100 marks.Student should score atleast 35% marks to pass the exam.

Syllabus Of Patent Law

  1. Historical and economic background of the Indian Patent System in the global context.
  2. Patentable subject matters – issue of discovery, computer software, aesthetic, animals and plants.
  3. Inventions specifically excluded from penetrability – public order, morality, animals and plants.
  4. Patent ability criteria novelty, non – obviousness or inventive step and Industrial applicability or usefulness.
  5. Procedure of filling patent applications, patent specification, ownership & assignment.
  6. Content of patents rights.
  7. Patents granting procedure.
  8. Revocation, patent infringement and remedies including execution of judgments.
  9. Utility models, short – term patents or petty patents.
  10. Concept of Intellectual Property.
  11. Nature of Intellectual Property.
  12. Commercial exploitation of Intellectual Property.
  13. Enforcement of rights and remedies against Infringement.
  14. Intellectual Property and economic development.
  15. International character of Intellectual Property.

Syllabus Of Copyright and Neighboring Rights

  1. Historical & economic background.
  2. Copyrightable works, literary, artistic, scientific works, computer software, works of applied art etc.
  3. Content of right including exception (for example, fair use): Rights accorded & there contents – moral rights, economic rights & there limitations.
  4. Ownership & transfer of copyright, duration of rights, renewal & termination & data based protection.
  5. Neighboring rights – the rights of performing artist, phonogram producers & broadcasting organizations.
  6. Folklore & folk rights.
  7. Broadcasting rights including satellite & cable distributions.
  8. Infringement actions, defences & relief’s including execution of Judgment

Syllabus Of Trade Mark

  1. Historical & economic background of Trade Marks.
  2. Kinds of marks eg. Trade Marks, service and Collective Marks, Associated Marks, Certification Marks.
  3. What can be protected as a mark? Protection requirement content of the right including the issue of exhaustion of rights.
  4. Trade names & appellations of origin.
  5. Assignment & licensing & other forms of exploitation.
  6. Infringement, right of goodwill, passing off, filching of trade secrets, and execution of judgments.
  7. Domain names and effects of new technology (Internet) on enforcement of trade and service and service marks.

Syllabus Of Industrial Designs, Geographical Indications and layout designs of Intergrated Circuits

  1. Economic background of designs.
  2. Subject matter of protection; relationship with copyright protection.
  3. Requirements to qualify as an industrial design i.e. pattern, shape ornamentation articles, appeal to eye, novelty originality, intention to multiply industrially.
  4. Aesthetic design and functional design.
  5. Procedure for obtaining designs protection & keeping its enforceability.
  6. Infringement and revocation.
  7. Remedies.
  8. International arrangements.

Geographical Indications:
  1. Definition of geographical indications.
  2. Conditions and procedure for registration.
  3. Duration and effect of registration.
  4. Offences, Penalties and Procedure for seeking relief.

Layout – Designs of integrated circuits:
  1. Conditions and procedure for registration.
  2. Duration and effect of registration.
  3. Registered users, assignment and transmission.

Note: Click on Link Below Heading To Download Question Paper

Copyrights And Neighbouring Rights

Industrial Designs, Geographical Indications And Layout Designs Of Integrated Circuits

Patent Law

Trade Mark

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