The Centre for IP Studies (CIPS) at National Law University Jodhpur is focussed on creating a niche space for research in intellectual property. CIPS engages with the community and creates avenues for spreading awareness in Intellectual Property.
About the Workshop
The workshop is aimed towards engaging students, academicians, industry professionals and practitioners in a discussion on the patents drafting, filing and protection regime. The purpose of conducting the workshop is primarily to introduce participants to the basics of patent drafting and the filing procedure. This would help the participants in understanding the relevance of specification drafting and claim construction as well.
The workshop would be a Two-Day event spread across four technical sessions by our eminent Speakers specialised in Intellectual Property Laws and having immense experience in the field of Intellectual Property.
The participants would be able to learn the basics of patentability, filing and drafting along with some related aspects that would be covered by the experts.
Mr. Vijay Kumar Makyam, LL.B., LL.M, M.Sc (IT), Member, Intellectual Property Appellate Board (IPAB), Govt. of India
Students pursuing three or five-year integrated law courses or intellectual property or any other science/technology-based courses and interested in learning and exploring the patent filing procedure may apply. The workshop is also open to academicians, industry professionals and early practitioners.
First 100 applicants will receive an email by 21st September 2020 for making the requisite payment for completion of the registration process.
Each applicant shall be required to pay a registration amount of: Rs. 750 for students and researchers, and Rs. 1000 for academicians, industry professionals and practitioners after they are notified about the selection for the workshop. The registration amount must be paid by 25th September 2020 by 11:59 pm.
Each entry shall pay the registration fee through the following link: http://www.nlujodhpur.ac.in/fee.php by choosing “Payment Other than semester Fee” Option and specifying the purpose of payment as “PFP Workshop”.
Once the payment is made, please email the payment receipt at: cips[at]nlujodhpur.ac.in by 25th September 2020 by 11:59 pm for confirmation and completion of the registration process.
The subject of the email shall be “Registration Receipt for PFP Workshop”. The email shall also specifically include the Name of the participant, Year and course (if applicable), Name of the University/Organisation/Affiliation, and Contact details (Phone Number and Email Id).
All participants will be awarded Workshop Completion-cum-Participation E-Certificate on attending all four sessions of the workshop.
Last Date for Expression of Interest: 20th September 2020 by 11:59 PM.
Notification of Selection: 21st September 2020 by 11:59 PM.
Registration and Payment of Registration Fee: 25th September 2020 by 11:59 PM.
The email with Payment Receipt for Confirmation: 25th September 2020 by 11:59 PM.
Workshop Dates: 26th & 27th September 2020.
Program Coordinator: Ms. Kanika Dhingra, Assistant Professor, NLUJ, Faculty Member, CIPS
All queries may be directed to cips[at]nlujodhpur.ac.in or any of the following members of the organising team:
Aditya J. Nair, Student Advisor, CIPS: 9497969600
Rohan C. Govind Nallagatla, Student Member, CIPS: 8696922103
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