Virtual Conference on Intellectual Property (IP) Rights: Creative India; Innovative India

Organizer: Department of Chemistry, Government College, Malanjkhand, Dist.- Balaghat (M.P.) (Affiliated to Raja Shankar Shah University Chhindwara) On the occasion of World Intellectual Property Right Day – 2024 Sponsored by Madhya Pradesh Higher Education Department & IQAC

About the Conference

  • When: 1st May, 2024
  • Time: 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm IST
  • Free Registration
  • E-Conference Platform (Google Meet ) Link will be provided in whatsapp group before starting session
  • E-Certificate will be issued to each participants only attending the entire conference & submitting feedback forms

Chief Guest: Prof. (Dr.) Vishwa Nath Maurya
M.Sc., MBA, M.Tech., Ph.D, D.Litt., D.Sc.(USA), Vice-Chancellor, Chartered International Da Vinci University, Delaware, USA.

Resource Persons

Prof. (Dr.) Naresh Kumar Vats
Professor of Law, Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab Sidhuwal – Bhadson Road, Patiala, Punjab

Prof. Ranjeet Kumar Choudhary
Head & Dean, University Librarian I/C
Department of Library & Information Science
(School of Computational Science,
Information & Communication Technology)
Mahatma Gandhi Central University, Bihar

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Dr. Sudhanva Singh Netam Government College Malanjkhand, Dist. Balaghat (M.P.)

About The Topic

In India, the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) under the Ministry of Commerce adopted the National Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Policy in the year 2016. The headquarters of the Patent Office in India is in Kolkata. Intellectual property rights in India are governed under the following acts: Trademark Act, 1999; Patent Act, 1970
(amended in 2005) Copyright Act, 1957. Intellectual property is any music, literary work, art, discovery, symbol, name, picture, design, copyright, trademark, patent etc. created by any person or organization. Just as one can own physical property, one can also own intellectual property. These rights are mentioned in Article 27 of the Universal Declaration of Human
Rights. The importance of intellectual property was first recognized in the Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property (1883) and the Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works (1886). Both treaties are administered by the World Intellectual
Property Organization (WIPO). Types of intellectual property rights; (1) Copyright: literary and artistic works (such as books and other writings, musical compositions, paintings, sculpture, computer programs, and films)(2) Industrial property: protection of distinctive marks, in particular trademarks and geographical indications, and (3) Industrial designs and trade secrets (other types of industrial property are protected primarily to encourage innovation, design and creation of technology is preserved). The Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion
(DIPP) is entrusted with matters relating to the specialized United Nations agency on IPR, the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), including coordination with other concerned ministries or departments.

About e-Conference

“Intellectual Property” (IP) has rapidly emerged as a topic of much discussion at the global level today. Since the implementation of the National “Intellectual Property Rights” (IPR) Policy in India, the country’s IPR ecosystem has been witnessing significant changes. Today, there is a strong need for IPR to promote innovation in all intellectual fields, to promote and protect intellectual property, to promote economic growth, to protect the rights of creators, to promote
ease of doing business and transfer of technology. Through this international e-conference, we try to promote collaboration and innovation in the field of Intellectual Property (IP) protection
through a global dialogue between public-private creators, academia and industry on the challenges and opportunities arising from the use of IP and its implications for society, industry and the economy. We are very happy that the invited speakers, who are renowned and subject expert personalities at national and international level will discuss with all of us through their personal views and guidance so that this international e-conference will help the participants in understanding the use of intellectual property in India and various countries. We provide an opportunity to gain an understanding of the legal framework governing, which will prove to be very beneficial for our generation. We will always be grateful for the unprecedented cooperation of all of you through this e-conference, who will give positive and suggestive feedback on our small effort. Only then we will be successful in achieving the objective of
organizing this e-conference.

Objective of International e-Conference

  • The key objective is, “Creative India; Innovative India”.
  • To promote IPR to fulfil the resolution of “Make in India”, “Self-reliant India” as well as “Developed India@2047”.
  • To spread general awareness about various IP laws.
  • To provide a platform where inventors, researchers, professors, engineers, managers, academicians, geospatial technologists as well as industrial professionals and to create
  • awareness about IPR to encourage innovation and creativity while protecting the rights of all intellectual creators etc. so that they can take advantage of protecting your new/exceptional work through intellectual property rights.
  • To disseminate the information and knowledge gathered through dialogue, discussion among various experts and scholars at the international level thereby analyzing the current scenario of IP rights in the use of IP in both public and private sectors at the international level.
  • Balance IPR promotion with national interests and public health responsibilities by fostering an IPR-centric environment.

Cheif Advisor: Prof. Anil D Sahasrabudhe,
Chairman-EC, NAAC & Chairman-NETF,
Former Chairman-AICTE, NETF Cell, AICTE HQ, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi-110070


Dr. Santosh Jatav, Additional Director,
MP Higher Education, Division- Jabalpur

Dr. M. K. Dhurwey, Principal,Dr. S.S.N. Govt. College Malanjkhand, Dist. Balaghat (MP)

Miss. Swati Singh,Head, Department of Chemistry & Science Faculty Incharge, World Bank Project

Dr. S. L. Mandavi, Assistant Professor (Hindi), Incharge, IQAC

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