Intellectual property Rights (IPR) Cell
In S.V.K.T.Arts, Sci & Commerce College Deolali Camp the Department of Economics has been established an Intellectual Property Right (IPR) cell on July 2017. Intellectual property (IP) refers to various distinct types of creations of the mind: inventions, literary and artistic works, and symbols, names, images, and designs used in Economics; for which a set of exclusive rights like copyrights, trademarks, patents, industrial design rights and trade secrets are recognized under the corresponding fields of law. An Intellectual Property Right (IPR) Cell has been formed in S.V.K.T.Arts, Sci & Commerce College Deolali Camp in 2017 to create awareness among faculties, research scholar and the students of the college.
Objectives of Intellectual property Rights (IPR) Cell
- To promote awareness about IPR.
- To engage in conduct IPR workshops/ seminars.
Importance of IPR
It is necessary to protect the Intellectual property in order to enable organizations to earn recognition or financial benefits. Governments of various countries protect the innovative ideas of the inventors through Intellectual Property Rights (IPR). Recently, IPR has become a central issue in the developed and developing countries. The rationale for this IPR lies in the need to create awareness about the importance of IPRs as a marketable financial asset and economic tool among the researchers, faculty and students of the College.