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Title: SMART GRID INFRASTRUCTURE FOR CYBER SECURITY AND POWER SYSTE COMMUNICATION
Author: Rishi Kushwah, Rashmi Singh, Harsh Pratap Singh
Keyword: Communication system, control system, digital security, data security, IT security, power system communication, control framework control, control frameworks, SCADA, security, shrewd matrix, wide-territory systems.
Page No: 28-37
Abstract: The introduction of "smart grid" arrangements forces that digital security and power framework correspondence frameworks must be managed widely. These parts together are basic for appropriate power tr ansmission, where the data infrastruc-ture is basic. The improvement of correspondence abilities, moving power system from "islands of computerization" to-count coordinated PC situations, have opened up novel possibilities and vulnerabilities. Since a scarce power control frameworks have been secured with "openness" necessities, digital secu-rity dangers get to be distinctly clear. For restoration of a SCADA/EMS framework, a detachment of the operational and regulatory computer system must be acquired. The paper treats digital security concerns, and it highlights get to focuses in a substation. Cyber security concerns are indispensable for "smart gride" arrangements. Broadband communications open up for savvy meters, and the expanding utilization of wind power requires a "smart grid system." Index Terms—Communication system, control system, digital security, data security, IT security, power system communication, control framework control, control frameworks, SCADA, security, shrewd matrix, wide-territory systems. Download PDF


Title: ROLE OF SIDBI FOR STARTUP FINANCING
Author: Niyomi Patel
Keyword: Startup, MSME, SIDBI
Page No: 157-160
Abstract: The Government is laying emphasis on the promotion and development of startups in our country. It has introduced various schemes and measures for the same. The Small Industries Development Bank of Ind ia (SIDBI), has been actively involved in assisting the entrepreneurs in both financial and non-financial ways. Entrepreneurs can avail finance for their various requirements such as purchase and development of assets, expansion, technology advancement, growth, marketing, brand building etc. SIDBI guides entrepreneurs through the entire process of obtaining loan, which ensures hassle free finance. Key words: startup, MSME, SIDBI Download PDF


Title: TRAVELLING MADE EASY
Author: Puja Choudhary.
Keyword: Bus Ticketing, Red Bus , Bus Travel Industry
Page No: 161-166
Abstract: Although used by millions of people, the bus travel industry in India was highly splinter as well as untidy. Key issues with the then-existing model was the communication gap between the travel agents and the customers .This startup was based on one of the co founder’s real life experience . He wanted to go from Bangalore to Hyderabad for Diwali, but could not go due to lack of access to the availability of tickets .It was not only he but also the entire public who faced various challenges due to non access of tickets .He saw a huge opportunity through these available but un booked seats .His engineering instincts persuaded him to think deeper into the situation. Then, they found cyberspace as the best ground to deliver all this information and make electronic commerce to purchase return bus tickets which was the chief trending issues. This paper attempts to probe as well as figure out the extent of the transmutation and its repercussions by pivoting on red bus. It itemizes the challenges foregathered by redbus which currently covers ecologically 4/5 of the whole market. Redbus has proved to the world that thinking out of box would yield excellent results. Redbus today is one of the most successful online ticket booking agencies. Today it has 2000 bus operators, more than 10000 buses listed on it, covering over 100,000 routes across countries and sells about 5000above tickets every day. This mode will also let the bus service management to detect their booked tickets statistics online which diminishes the human error in offline bus ticket booking method, enlarge exactness and magnify the mould ability of facts processing. It also has a sophisticated, easy to use and a good user interface which enables the customers to perform their online transaction smoothly. The journey of redbus has been amazing and an eyeopener to all the budding entrepreneurs. Key words: Bus Ticketing, Red Bus , Bus Travel Industry. Download PDF


Title: A STUDY OF IMPACT OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON START UPS – AS AN EFFECTIVE TOOL OF MARKETING
Author: Dr. Shraddha Mayuresh Bhome, Adv. Suyash V. Pradhan
Keyword: Social Media, Start-ups, Marketing
Page No: 167-170
Abstract: Social computing involves the use of online social media tools such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn to reach consumers in innovative ways. Businesses of all types are getting involved in so cial media in an attempt to reach to a new audience and reinforce their ties with existing customers. As one is starting a new business, the major concern is with creating a product or service offering, finding first customers, building partnerships to help grow more quickly and ensuring one has enough money to sustain the company. The purpose of this study is to investigate how marketing efforts in social media can be successful in attracting customers for start-up companies. It also tries to understand how an owner of a start-up, recognize using social media to grow its business and uses social media to engage with its customers. Keywords: Social Media, Start-ups, Marketing Download PDF


Title: OLA CABS: START UP BY 2 IIT BOMBAY GRADUATES
Author: Dr. Neha Jagtiani
Keyword: Ola, Start up.
Page No: 171-176
Abstract: The research paper on Ola gives a breif about the start up of 2 IIT Bombay Graduates. From an idea of providing cab services to a common man to hailing market which is valued at more than $10Billion. ANI Technologies Pvt. Ltd., operating under the trade name Ola, is an Indian origin online transportation network company. It was founded as an online cab aggregator in Mumbai, but is now based in Bangalore. As of September 2015, Ola was valued at $5 billion. Ola Cabs was founded on 3 December 2010 by Bhavish Aggarwal, currently CEO, and Ankit Bhati. As of 2017, the company has expanded to a network of more than 600,000 vehicles across 110 cities. In November 2014, Ola diversified to incorporate autorickshaws on a trial basis in Bangalore. After the trial phase, Ola Auto expanded to other cities like Delhi, Pune, Chennai, Hyderabad and Kolkata starting in December 2014. In December 2015, Ola expanded its auto services in Mysore, Chandigarh, Indore, Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Guwahati and Visakhapatnam. In January 2018, Ola extended its reach into its first overseas market, namely Australia, and has plans to eventually run the service in Sydney and Melbourne - having already arrived in Perth in late February. Keywords: Ola, Start up. Download PDF


Title: SELF HELP GROUPS A POWERFUL TOOL FOR SOCIAL CHANGE :SUCCESS STORY OF SABEEYAKHANAM
Author: Dr. Ms Minu B. Madlani and Dr.Jitendra K. Aherkar
Keyword: Microfinance, Self Help Groups, Empowerment
Page No: 177-180
Abstract: Microfinance refers to small savings, credit and insurance services extended to socially and economically disadvantages segments of society. It is emerging as powerful tool for poverty alleviation in india. India falls under low income class according to world Bank. It is second populated country in the world and around 70% of its population lives in rural area. 60% of people depend on agriculture as a result there is chronic underemployment and per capita income is only $ 3262. This is not enough to provide food to more than one individual. The obvious result is poverty, low rate of education, low sex ratio, and exploitation. The poverty reduction has become the object of unprecedented attention at national and international level. The scheme of Microfinance has been found as an effective instrument for lifting the poor above the level of poverty by providing them increased self employment opportunities and making them credit worthy. Thus the concept of microfinance gained growing recognition as an effective tool in improving the quality of life and living standards of poor people. Keywords: Microfinance, Self Help Groups, Empowerment. Download PDF


Title: START-UPS IN INDIA- A MACRO PERSPECTIVE
Author: Dr. Prashant Vithal Kadam, Miss. Sunita Gurav, Miss. Natacia Noronha & Miss. K. Jayapriya .M
Keyword: Startups, Technology, Connectivity, Entrepreneurship, Competitiveness
Page No: 181-188
Abstract: India is a technologically developing south Asian country. It is third in terms of its Purchasing Power Parity and 7th largest country by area. The increasing digitization of the Indian economy over t he last decade or more has brought India on the world map of IT and ITeS. The increasing contribution of the software industry in the total service exports has mandated the government to come up with defined reforms in the technological field. The unemployment problem however has deprived the economy and the nation from the efficient use of its human capital. The entrepreneurial talents of the vast populated country has never been explored or tapped properly. This has also resulted into a huge brain drain in the past. The government of India took proactive measures for the techno savvy firms and industries. This was further supplemented by the, “Startup India, Stand up India” on 15th August 2015 to promote Bank financing for start-ups and offer incentives to boast entrepreneurship and job creation. All these measures were initiated towards creating an efficient, dynamic and innovative class of entrepreneurs. The paper has explored the international dynamisms of India to gear towards its ventures of Startups in India. It has also analysed India’s preparedness in its startups programs, its failures etc. and the technological readiness in terms of select parameters such as internet connectivity, subscriptions and etc. This paper is aimed at analyzing about the growth and prospects of Startup systems in India. Keywords: Startups, Technology, Connectivity, Entrepreneurship, Competitiveness Download PDF


Title: A MOMOLICIOUS START UP – “WOW MOMOS”
Author: Ms. Manpreet Wadhwa
Keyword: Wow Momos, Food, Start up.
Page No: 189-193
Abstract: It is difficult when it comes to food. Especially when you think of introducing something in the market that is already invented, created, easily available. But this start up story makes one believe t hat you just need some courage and one idea to be successful. Yes! Just an idea can make you successful. Wow Momos is that idea. Wow! Momo is a chain of fast food restaurants headquartered in Kolkata, specializing in Momos, a dumpling popular in Nepal and parts of Tibet and India. It was established in 2008 by Sagar Daryani and Binod Homagai, alumni of St. Xavier's College, in Kolkata. It has spread across the city to Chennai, Pune, Bengaluru, Kochi, Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Bhubaneshwar. The brand has grown rapidly to become the country's largest momo chain in terms of volumes, turnovers & innovations. Their menu caters to 12 different flavors of momos available in steamed, fried & pan fried formats largely in white & brown flour variants. They have smartly innovated & invented to create Sizzler Momos, MoBurg (Momo Burgers), Momo Chats etc. And to top it all, even their dessert is a 'Chocolate momo. The research article gives a breif about the man behind wow momos. His hard work in making the brand so successful. A brand that as very recently raised its 1st Round of Investor Funding of over 2 Million USD at a 100 Crore Valuation from The Indian Angel Network (IAN) in just a decade. Key terms- Wow Momos, Food, Start up. Download PDF


Title: S-PATH DOMINATION IN SHADOW DISTANCE GRAPHS
Author: Vijayachandra Kumar U, R Murali
Keyword: Dominating set, vertex domination number, s-path domination number, Minimal vertex dominating set.
Page No: 194-199
Abstract: Let G = (V,E) be a simple connected and undirected graph. A subset D of V is called a dominating set of G if every vertex not in D is adjacent to some vertex in D. The domination number of G denoted b y is the minimal cardinality taken over all dominating sets of G. A dominating set of G is called a s-path dominating set of G if every path of length s in G has at least one vertex in this dominating set. We denote a s-path dominating set by . The s-path domination number of G denoted by is the minimal cardinality taken over all s - path dominating sets of G. In this paper, we determine s - path domination number of the shadow distance graph of the path graph with specified distance sets. Keywords: - Dominating set, vertex domination number, s-path domination number, Minimal vertex dominating set. Download PDF


Title: REVIEW ON EFFECT OF YOGA AND LIFESTYLE MODERATION ON GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASES
Author: Dayma R., Bhandari R. B.
Keyword: GIDs, APDs, yoga therapy, lifestyle moderation.
Page No: 200-204
Abstract: Unnatural lifestyle and dietary habits have caused life threatening gastrointestinal disease (GIDs) such as Acid Peptic Disease (APDs). About 7 lakh people died in 2002 due to stomach cancer and 60 to 70 million people are suffering from various GIDs in US. The aim of the study is to analyze the yoga therapy and lifestyle moderation on GIDs related to APDs like Gastro Esophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), hyperacidity, gastric and duodenal ulcer, by accessing the databases-Google Scholar, Pub Med, Medline, Elsevier and Willey, and other noted research journals, books and online sources. Lastly the paper will stress significance of yoga and natural lifestyle practices to prevent and moderate APDs as compared to pharmacological treatments. Key Words: GIDs, APDs, yoga therapy, lifestyle moderation. Download PDF


Title: PLAY AND LEARN YOGASANA WITH CHESS GAME: CORRELATIONS WITH GHERANDA SAMHITA’S ASANAS
Author: Sadhana Dadhore1, G.Paran Gowda2
Keyword: Education, Yogasana, Chess Game.
Page No: 205-212
Abstract: The major objective of the paper is to propose a novel method of awakening the potentially dormant energy in learning the Yogasanas through the modified Chess game. It is hypothesized that one can pra ctice Yogasanas and build the body and mind through Chess game. All 32 pawns (both white and black pieces) are chiselled with 32 yogasanas based on each pawn’s power and position. When two playing opponents move their respective pawn positions, simultaneously they are moving with all 32 asana pawns in each move. The probabilities of getting skilled in yogasanas about the pawn positions are tested with 300adolescents age group between 12-16 years from the secondary education schools. An Item questionnaire of 20 values of yogasanas, questionnaire is prepared. Psychometric analysis of data is carried out using SPSS. The Validity and Cronbach’s alpha values are found to be 0.84 and 0.66 respectively. The KMO measure of sampling adequacy and Bartlett’s test of sphericty is found to be 0.712. Factor analysis is carried out and correlation values are found to be highly significant at p<0.0005. Incorporating Yogasana based education curriculum in schools may be useful in building the physical and mental capabilities of the students. Keywords: Education, Yogasana, Chess Game. Download PDF


Title: LINEAR PRIME LABELING OF SOME PATH RELATED DI GRAPHS
Author: Sunoj B S*, Mathew Varkey T K
Keyword: Graph labeling, linear, prime labeling, prime graphs, di graphs, path.
Page No: 213-216
Abstract: Linear prime labeling of a graph is the labeling of the vertices with {0,1,2---,p-1} and the direct edges with twice the value of the terminal vertex plus value of the initial vertex. The greatest com mon incidence number of a vertex (gcin) of in degree greater than one is defined as the greatest common divisor of the labels of the incident edges[5]. If the gcin of each vertex of in degree greater than one is one, then the graph admits linear prime labeling[6]. Here we investigate some path related di graphs for linear prime labeling. Keywords: Graph labeling, linear, prime labeling, prime graphs, di graphs, path. Download PDF


Title: EFFICIENCY BALANCED DESIGNS
Author: Bhavika L. Patel
Keyword: BIB design, GD design, EB design, binary and non-binary designs, augmented design, kronecker product of matrices.
Page No: 217-221
Abstract: This paper provides the methods of construction of binary and non-binary efficiency balanced (EB) designs. The methods are based on the incidence matrices of balanced incomplete block (BIB) designs an d group divisible (GD) designs. Key Words: BIB design, GD design, EB design, binary and non-binary designs, augmented design, kronecker product of matrices. Download PDF


Title: STUDY ON ABELIAN DOMINANCE OF INTERQUARK POTENTIAL IN SU (3) LATTICE QCD USING SIMULATION TECHNIQUES
Author: Chitra Kandpal, Sukhwinder Singh, Dr Devraj Mishra
Keyword: Quark confinement, Dual superconductor picture, Abelian projection, MA gauge.
Page No: 222-226
Abstract: We present study of the abelianization of SU(3) quenched lattice QCD in maximally abelian (MA) gauge in light of dual superconductor picture. After the MA gauge fixing, we studied the use of Cartan de composition to split the gauge field in QCD into Abelian and off-diagonal parts. For the study of potentials related to these parts as V(r) for interquark potential, for Abelian potential and for off diagonal potential, we reviewed the lattice calculations of several size lattices by various authors at ß=5.8-6.4 and observed relationship among these potentials which suggests a non trivial relation . Index Terms – Quark confinement, Dual superconductor picture, Abelian projection, MA gauge Download PDF


Title: APPROCHES TO REDUCE TOXICITY OF ANTICANCER DRUG
Author: Shweta Dutta*, Debashish Paramanick, Kamal Babu Aditya, Vijay Kumar Singh and Deepak Kumar Dash
Keyword: Cancer, Polymeric Drug, Passive Targeting, Approaches, Toxicity
Page No: 61-71
Abstract: Around the world, remarkable resource is being investigated for in prevention, diagnostic and treatment of cancer. Cancer is second leading cause of death. The current approach to treat cancer by main ly chemotherapy agent, radiation and surgery, but main obstacle is to lack of selectivity result in toxicity to non cancerous proliferative cell .conventional anticancer drug exhibit much toxic effect in the body. So in this review focus approaches to treat cancer with minimum adverse effect. The possible approaches regarding, site specific drug targeting by polymeric drug, ligand conjugated drug which directly binding to cancer cell by cancer targeting receptor. Also discuss about chemoprotective agent, dose reduction intermittent therapy and drug polymer which help to help reduce toxicity. Unique challenge and opportunity in these work help to anticancer drug development. Keywords: Cancer, Polymeric Drug, Passive Targeting, Approaches, Toxicity Download PDF


Title: PREVENTION OF MOTHER TO CHILD TRANSMISSION OF HIV IN ETHIOPIA: AN INTEGRATIVE REVIEW
Author: Ketema Bizuwork Gebremedhin
Keyword: PMTCT; MTCT; ANC; HIV/AIDS; pregnant women; breast feeding; Ethiopia
Page No: 72-83
Abstract: Introduction: Even though, much has been done to control transmission of human immune deficiency virus (HIV) from mother to child, significant number of children are still living with HIV virus. Obj ective: To review literature on prevention of mother to child transmission of HIV (PMTCT) service utilization, organize, summarize key findings, Patterning conclusions and recommendations. Method: To review this literature; an integrative thought examination method was used. Google scholar, Pubmed/MEDLINE/BMC and websites of WHO and UNAIDS data bases were used as search engine by limiting the period to 2010 to 2016. Result: PMTCT service coverage is found in succeeding manner. However, according to the report of World Health Organization 2015; its utilization was decreased compared to the previous year’s unfortunately. The main hindering factor was loss to follow-up of antenatal care (ANC) services. The factor(loss to follow up of antenatal care service) hindering utilization of PMTCT service was evidenced by Ethiopian demographic health survey report of 2014 and 2016 as only 32% of pregnant women were completed their fourth ANC follow up. Furthermore, HIV testing and provision of antiretroviral therapy (ART) drug was found in improving manner compared to previous years. However, it is still very low compared to high number of children living with HIV/AIDS. Similarly, proportion of health facility delivery was found very low. Regarding breast feeding habit of women, significant number of HIV positive breastfeeding women didn’t rely on exclusive breastfeeding. Conclusion: PMTCT service providing sites were found in promising manner. However, its utilization level was found at intermediate level compared to saddle of problem in the country. Thus, need to consider adhering means of women to antenatal care services as an intervention means to enhance utilization of service prevention of transmission of HIV from mother to child. Keywords: PMTCT; MTCT; ANC; HIV/AIDS; pregnant women; breast feeding; Ethiopia. Download PDF


Title: AN INTEGRATIVE REVIEW: ALCOHOL INTAKE AND ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY AMONG PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV
Author: Ketema Bizuwork Gebremedhin
Keyword: Alcohol intake, Anti-retroviral therapy, HIV/AIDS.
Page No: 32-39
Abstract: Endurance rate of peoples living with HIV was improved and HIV/AIDS related deaths were reduced due to the initiation of combination of antiretroviral therapy (cART). The purpose of this review was to explore the effect of alcohol use on adherence to antiretroviral therapy, its effect, and antiretroviral drug toxicity among people living with HIV (PLHIV). Alcohol intake was found as have positive and linear relation with antiretroviral drug adherence. It was also found that exacerbate immune suppression and toxicity of antiretroviral therapy drug as well affects life expectancy. One study realizes that during the intake of alcohol, there has been found to lessen the production of antibodies in response to vaccination and has been related to a more reduction in the number of CD4 cells that constitutes the primary targets of HIV infection prior to antiretroviral therapy (ART) initiation. It is known that as medications can cause a wide range of toxicities; from low-grade intolerance that may be self-limiting to life-threatening drug toxicities. The most common toxicities include: Mitochondrial dysfunction, Lipodystrophy, other metabolic abnormalities, Hematological and Hyper sensitivity. Since it is concluded that alcohol intake can affect medication adherence level, from people started antiretroviral therapy (ART) among peoples living with HIV, those with 40% to 80% of doses taken as ordered/adhered were 3.6 times have probability to develop AIDS compared with people with at least 95% adhered and those with poor ART adherence, less than 40% of doses taken as ordered were 5.9 times more probably to develop the acquired Immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS). Keywords: Alcohol intake, Anti-retroviral therapy, HIV/AIDS. Download PDF


Title: CHILDREN’S PSYCHOLOGICAL TRAUMA AND THE PROTECTIVE ROLE OF QUANTUM TURBINES
Author: MARCO ROSSI
Keyword: Pet alligator, quantum turbines, flatulence, structural alligator modeling, interpretative phenomenological alligator (IPA) analysis.
Page No: 40-43
Abstract: The purpose of this research is to identify a subtype of pet alligator relationship called alligator-child relationship. The first phase of the project involved a screening interview with both alligat or and kids. By identifying the challenges of this relationship, we will eliminate the assumption that all quantum turbines can help defeat the weaknesses of unhealthy alligator-child relationship. Structural Alligator Modeling confirmed our findings thereby directing future research on the genetic factors in cobras-alligator-child relationship. Keywords: Pet alligator, quantum turbines, flatulence, structural alligator modeling, interpretative phenomenological alligator (IPA) analysis. Download PDF


Title: THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS IN INDIAN CONTEXT
Author: Mrs. Punam Kumari
Keyword: Intellectual Property Rights, Copyrights, Patents.
Page No: 59-66
Abstract: With the start of the new information economy age, the old and a portion of the current administration builds and methodologies would need to change. The learning economy puts a mark of significance o n considering and running information based resources, for example, developments and know-how. The term for picking up learning is these days an imperative parameter for choosing the accomplishment of an organization, venture, government and industry; the shorter the time better are the odds of achievement. Protected innovation Rights (IPR) have turned out to be critical in the time of differing exchange condition which is portrayed by the highlights to be specific worldwide rivalry, high advancement dangers, short item cycle, requirement for fast changes in innovation, high interests in innovative work (R&D), generation and promoting and requirement for profoundly talented HR. Topographical hindrances to exchange among countries are crumbling because of globalization, an arrangement of multilateral exchange and another rising financial request. Every one of these elements requests a careful examination on the IPR status in India. In this paper the consciousness of Indian corporate houses in regards to their IP rights will be contemplated and future prospects will be determined. Keywords: Intellectual Property Rights, Copyrights, Patents. Download PDF


Title: OFFICE MANAGERS PROFESSIONAL ETHICS IMPLICATION ON PERFORMANCE; A THEORETICAL APPROACH
Author: Don-Solomon, Amakiri* and Gogo, Rachael Adiza
Keyword: Office, ethics, office manager, performance
Page No: 67-74
Abstract: Notwithstanding the budding concern of research in business and office ethics, issues relating to unethical practices have continued to be apparent in organizations. The focus of this paper is directe d at undertaking an in-depth review on the concept of ethics, the office manager and the office, office ethics, unethical practices and factors that contributes to unethical practices in the office. The paper revealed however that several internal and external factors contribute to the heighten rate of unethical practices in Nigerian offices. The study concludes that upholding ethical practices in the offices enhances better performance of the office manager in the office. The study recommends that organanizations should design an effective ethical program and ensure ethical conducts are rewarded and discipline unethical conducts. Moreso, the study recommends a fair remuneration for employee to forestall need pressure that makes them compromise as an observed fact in the paper. Keyword: Office, ethics, office manager, performance Download PDF


Title: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON GLOBAL DIMENSION OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS & BIODIVERSITY
Author: Naseer Ahmad Bhat
Keyword: Agri-Product, protected innovation, permit, patent, Biodiversity
Page No: 75-79
Abstract: Intellectual property rights (IPR) have been characterized as thoughts, innovations, and inventive articulations in view of which there is an open readiness to give the status of property. IPR give ce rtain selective rights to the designers or makers of that property, keeping in mind the end goal to empower them to receive business rewards from their imaginative endeavors or notoriety. There are a few sorts of licensed innovation security like patent, copyright, trademark, and so on. Patent is an acknowledgment for a development, which fulfills the criteria of worldwide curiosity, non-conspicuousness, and modern application. IPR is essential for better recognizable proof, arranging, commercialization, rendering, and accordingly assurance of innovation or innovativeness. Every industry ought to advance its own IPR arrangements, administration style, methodologies, et cetera relying upon its zone of strength. Agri-Product industry at present has a developing IPR methodology requiring a superior concentration and approach in the coming time. Keywords: Agri-Product, protected innovation, permit, patent, Biodiversity. Download PDF


Title: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHT IN INDIA
Author: Rashmi Rati
Keyword: Intellectual, Property, Rights, TRIP, IPR, IP
Page No: 80-91
Abstract: In looking at the needs for India’s next stage of growth, both industry and policymakers are focusing on strategies for fostering capacity for innovation. The link between innovation and competitivene ss can be clearly demonstrated at a national level, and at a sub-national level there is also a growing need for understanding the dynamics of innovation and to take requisite steps accordingly. With this in mind, a stable IPR regime is the foundation of a globally competitive nation, drawing in investments, specifically from FDI. Ultimately, India will do well in the long term if it enables a robust IP ecosystem and protects the IP of its own companies. It will also provide a stable framework for multinational companies wanting to enter India. In 1994, India signed the TRIPs Agreement, which obligated the country to dramatically strengthen its protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights (IPR). This paper analyzes and deals with the IP law regime in India and the protections provided there under. This essay looks at the broad contours of India’s current intellectual property rights (IPR) regime and offers an assessment of the current situation as well as scenarios for continued advancement. Key Words: Intellectual, Property, Rights, TRIP, IPR, IP Download PDF


Title: THE ROLE OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS IN SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Author: Rafiullah Ayoob
Keyword: Intellectual Property Right, Economic and Social Development, TRIPS etc.
Page No: 92-97
Abstract: During the time spent national financial changes, the appropriation and utilization of a powerful Intellectual property right that advances imaginative, inventive and innovative action is in certainty a sine qua non and in the bigger national intrigue. Expulsion of hindrances and opening up of the national economies of various creating nations, in the most recent decade and a half of the 21stcentury, has just brought about an extraordinary stream assets and speculations to such nations. The successful utilization of present day rising advances as a factor in advancement of financial improvement depends progressively on the abilities of the workforce. The advancement of information, instruction and learning is winding up progressively an imperative and certain part and fundamental aide of financial development and also of subjective aggressiveness. The fundamental target of Study of Intellectual property rights assurance is to support imaginative, creative and inventive movement in with respect to socio and financial advancement. Keywords: Intellectual Property Right, Economic and Social Development, TRIPS etc. Download PDF


Title: MANAGEMENT OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS IN INDIA: AN UPDATED REVIEW
Author: Mayank Tripathi
Keyword: Copyright, geographical indication, industrial design rights, infringement, patents, trade secrets, trademarks.
Page No: 98-107
Abstract: The World Trade Organization's agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights set global minimum standards for the protection of intellectual property, substantially increasing and expanding intellectual property rights, and generated clear gains for the pharmaceutical industry and the developed world. The present review elaborates all aspects of Intellectual Property Rights in detail, along with their protection criteria. Keywords: Copyright, geographical indication, industrial design rights, infringement, patents, trade secrets, trademarks. Download PDF


Title: THE ROLE OF PATENT QUALITY IN ENHANCING A FIRM'S STRATEGIC INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Author: Dipendra Narayan Roy
Keyword: IP management, patent quality, IP strategy.
Page No: 108-114
Abstract: Learning is incomparable. Playing the learning diversion is a twofold edged sword and requires multi dimensional aptitude to draw in foresight with key plan. Customarily, vital choices in the licensed innovation (IP) setting have essentially been uni-dimensional towards expanding fiscal estimation of the IP portfolios made. Research and writing has focussed on valuation of IP as an intermediary for IP quality. In any case, there is an obvious contrast between IP quality and its valuation. The current procurement of Nortel Networks' IP (principally patent) portfolio by a consortium of firms for US$ 1.5 billion is a live case to have a superior comprehension of how IP is both assessed and esteemed. A move in the approach towards specialized quality serves to first lessen the encompassing commotion of market valuation and relate specifically deeply competency of an innovation firm, which is creating advances. Numerous a period, valuation supersedes legitimacy, prompting mindboggling settlements later into the day. In the valuation course to quality, firms (both licensor and licensee) reliably confront cases that mirror the problem of legitimacy and valuation of the IP produced. In this work, the creators reason the need for firms to accentuate on the specialized nature of their IP (licenses). High specialized nature of its licenses furnishes a firm with various advantages - establishment for the firm to use over longer time, expand on center capabilities to accomplish its key expectation and have lucidity of its commitment by being lawfully substantial and in fact important to be authorized. Keywords: IP management, patent quality, IP strategy. Download PDF


Title: ROLE OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS IN FINANCIAL SERVICES
Author: Dr. Vishal Sood
Keyword: Intellectual Property Right, Copy Right, Patent, Trademark, Financial Services etc.
Page No: 115-123
Abstract: Intellectual Property is a two fold edged sword for money related administrations organizations. The individuals who have understood its advantages have included noteworthy esteem and a focused edge t o their tasks. The individuals who have fallen foul of it are no doubt as yet considering the consequences. Financial services organizations who have not yet valued the pertinence and significance of Intellectual Property to their organizations would accordingly be all around encouraged considering the expanding interrelationship amongst IP and money related administrations. Intellectual Property Right (as it is better known) may in the past have been the protest of the music, extravagance buyer products and pharmaceutical enterprises, the potential effect on, and significance of IP to, money related administrations was as of late brought into sharp concentration by case incited against the European Central Bank for its affirmed encroachment of an outsider hostile to forging innovation licenses. This occasion has provoked money related administrations organizations to understand that they are not invulnerable from assault and should accordingly evaluate their suit presentation and general IP position. Keywords: Intellectual Property Right, Copy Right, Patent, Trademark, Financial Services etc. Download PDF