Intellectual Property Rights and its impact on Human Being


Title: Abstract Book
Author: Organized By: Sri Satya Sai University of Technology and Medical Sciences, Sehore
Keyword: Sponsored by M.P. Council of Science & Technology, Bhopal
Page No: 1-208


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: 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: 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


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