Salesian College (SC) is a Government recognized, minority educational institution of the Catholic Church, run by Salesians of Don Bosco, Kolkata Province under the North Bengal University (NBU).
SC was established in Shillong in 1933, before being shifted to Sonada, in 1938. It comes under section 2 (f) and 12 (B) of UGC Act of 1956. In 1935, SC received affiliation to the Calcutta University for I.A., and in 1948 for BA Course in English, History and Latin followed by Economics in 1950. In 1962 its affiliation was transferred from Calcutta University as one of the founding colleges of NBU.
Salesian College Sonada (SCS) is also the first college under University of North Bengal and entire northeast India to operate a Community Radio. Other neighbouring Community Radio stations are run by universities in Kolkata (Jadavpur University) and Guwahati (KK Handique Open University &Gauhati University).
About the Webinar
National Webinar on Intellectual Property Rights: Dynamics of Copyright Laws and Emerging Challenges.
Intellectual property rights (IPR) are the rights given to persons over the creations of their mind for a certain period of time. The issue of IPR is pertinent these days as it remains as a vital item in the agenda of the policymakers and much-debated topic in the academic discourse.
The real success of the intellectual property as a commercial asset can be made through commercialization and not merely by creation and development. In the Indian context, we can find well-established statutes related to IPR which aims at securing protection to the intellectual property; still, the condition and circumstances of gaining protection and commercializing the intellectual property act as a shortfall in the overall process. Lack of awareness and stringent process of getting protection to these rights comes across the way in the successful implementation of the IPR laws.
There is a dire need for the protection of human ideas once they have been materialised as a result of human intellectual effort. Intellectual property rights pervade over the areas of patents, copyrights, trademarks, industrial designs, geographical indications, protection of layout design of integrated circuits and protection of undisclosed information and protection of new plant variety. IPR refers to monopoly protection for creative works such as writing (copyrights), inventions (patents), processes (trade secrets) and identifiers (trademarks).
Laws and rules related to IPR’s are very difficult to understand for common people and those engaged in various types of business, industries and research.
It is the need of the hour to place the topic for an academic discourse with an aim to create awareness among the academicians, research scholars, students and practitioners about the issues related to IPR. This webinar is intended to cover various components of IPR like Patents, Trademarks, Copyright, etc.
Who can Participate?
Students and Teachers of Law Discipline
Students and Teachers of Commerce, Economics and Management
Others anyone linked to Law and its related background
Call for Paper
Research papers are invited from the academicians, research scholars, practitioners and students for the national webinar to be held on 24th August 2020. It is also proposed that the selected papers by the review committee will be published in the form of edited e-book with ISBN.
Guidelines for Submission
The research paper should contain an abstract within 300-350 words, accompanied by name, designation, address and contact number of the author/authors.
The paper should not be more than 7000 words. It must be typed in Times New Roman, Font size 12 on A4 size with 1” margin on all sides with 1.5 line spacing using MS Word.
All the abstract and full paper shall be sent on email id: iprsalesian[at]gmail.com.
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