Current Issue ( Vol. : 4, Issue: 2, April-June 2018)   


Title: CASE STUDY ON UMBRELLA: A STARTUP MATRIMONIAL SERVICE FOR THE DISABLED IN INDIA
Author: Archana Kumari
Keyword: Wanted Umbrella, Matrimony for Disabled, Startup, Marriage
Page No: 41-45
Abstract: India hosts the largest population of disabled people in the world. According to census 2011, about 2.68 cr individuals in India are disabled constituting almost 2.2 percent of the entire population. A majority of the disabled have been marginalized, as the society is often seen neglecting the needs and rights of the disabled persons, forgetting that they are also human beings and have the same urge to live a happy successful life like any other person. To find a life partner and to share one’s life with him/her is one such need, that every individual hopes for irrespective of his/her dis/ability. However, the general perception of the society about disability has not changed much viz-a-vis marriage. In a country like India, with unqualifying social stigma and taboos surrounding marriage, that it is almost impossible for the disabled to find the right partner and get married. Wanted Umbrella is startup matrimonial site that binds lonely hearts of differently abled persons. It provides a platform for through which differently abled persons can connect with the like-minded for the purpose of marriage. “Wanted Umbrella” was founded in 2015 by KalyaniKhona, as India's very own urban match-making agency for differently-abled people. Since then the base of Wanted Umbrella has grown many folds bringing the joy of matrimony to many of its customers, which otherwise would have been impossible in a society like ours where matrimonial hunt for couples is being brokered mostly by relatives.This indeed is a commendable initiative taken by Wanted Umbrella to address the issue of match making for disabled which often is neglected in society at large.With more than 2 percent of the population deemed as disabled, Wanted Umbrella has still a long way to go bringing the joy of matrimony to all who seek it, irrespective of their dis/ability. Key Words: Wanted Umbrella, Matrimony for Disabled, Startup, Marriage Download PDF


Title: ROLE OF INNOVATION & CREATIVITY APPROACH TOWARDS INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHT IN THE PSYCHOLOGICAL CONTEXT
Author: Jibin Varghese
Keyword: Intellectual Property Right, Creativity, Innovation and Psychology.
Page No: 46-53
Abstract: Intellectual Property Right is the essential region through which the law looks to spur and direct human imagination. Development as a rule requires some type of creativity as a precursor, protected i nnovation law by and large ought to likewise advance, and positively ought not to block, innovativeness. In spite of the benefit of encouraging imagination for protected innovation law, understanding innovativeness is not really something inside the equipped space of law and legitimate investigation. Of course, the authoritative and legal improvement of Intellectual Property Right law has given careful consideration to present day information concerning how to advance innovativeness. In the course of recent decades, notwithstanding, an abundance of mental research has given new bits of knowledge into imagination and the innovative procedure. Our research yields significant lessons for Intellectual Property Right law and demonstrates that specific territories of patent and copyright law may counterproductively ruin the very imagination that the law is intended to rouse. The aim of the paper is to highlight that role of innovation & creativity approach towards intellectual property right in the psychological context. Keywords: Intellectual Property Right, Creativity, Innovation and Psychology. Download PDF


Title: MANAGING INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
Author: Ashish Jaiswal and Sachin Raghuwanshi
Keyword: IP, Global Supply Chain etc.
Page No: 54-58
Abstract: Information sharing among business partners forms the foundation of the Intellectual Property Supply Chain: customers and vendors, agents and distributors, producers and creative, marketing and legal. Unique to intellectual property, any single company or individual may play from one to all of these roles. Over the past decade the Internet has simultaneously increased marketplace complexity and allowed partners to demand more timely and detailed information. In cases where the end-product itself is digital (music), actual delivery becomes an integral element of information flow. Intellectual Property stakeholders in physical products (apparel designers) wish to monitor final consumer distribution as well. This research tries to managing intellectual property in global supply chainrelationship to the management of IP and innovation generation. Keywords: IP, Global Supply Chain etc. Download PDF