Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) are not 'natural rights‘ but statutory privileges granted to remunerate developments and give an impetus. (Since regular rights don't slip by with time) Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) are the rights given to people over the production of their psyches. Thoughts and information are undeniably critical pieces of the trade. The vast majority of the estimation of new medicines and other high innovation items lies in the measure of creation, development, research, plan, and testing included. Intellectual Property Rights, as a rule, give the maker an exclusive right over the utilisation of their creation for a specific timeframe. The social reason for existing is to protect the consequence of an investment in innovation development, subsequently giving the motivator and intention to fund research and development exercises. Any IPR framework needs to offset this benefit with open interest, including purchaser welfare, the right of different makers to utilise innovation, the right to development, and ecological protection.
This course offers a detailed overview of Intellectual Property Law. It provides critical insights regarding the impact of IP on businesses or career opportunities related to Intellectual Property Management. It also encompasses Copyright, Trademark, Patent, GI, Trade Secrets, and Designs, as well as Technology transfers.
Students can enhance their output and create a formidable CV during internships by understanding the IP systems and their role in the economy through patents and other types of IPs. Patents are being aggressively used in opportunistic patents.
Why must students know about Intellectual Property Rights?
- You can work in the IP department of pharmaceutical companies. Moreover, you can get a role in different IP firms dealing with pharma technology.
- Overall, if you have IP knowledge, you can work in IP firms or house the IP department of companies. Technical plus legal knowledge is a perfect combination you should possess.
Jobs & Career Opportunites:
If someone is planning for having a career in Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) then, he/she must be aware of the jobs or fields that exist in the IPR market.
These are the sub-fields under the IPR (Intellectual Property Rights) in which jobs are available such as Patents, Copyrights, Trademarks, Designs, geographical indications, and other forms of IPR.
Employment areas are as followings: Law Firms, In-house Legal teams, Independent Litigators, Public Sector Units, Central and State Government, Law Industry, Media Units, and Design and Development organizations.
Generally, they provide an oath to an individual and verify and declare documents as authentic.
Patent Lawyer deals with the legal proceeding on behalf of their clients and looks after the same.
Intellectual Specialist held responsible for patent searches and investigating strategy of competitors.
Copyright Specialists share their best knowledge with clients and advise on different legal matters.
Intellectual Lawyers deal with legal rights concerning intellectual and creative innovation and related work thereon.
Other important information about this Online Course:
- Maximum Duration to complete the Course: 3-Month
- Course Fees: Rs.6,500/- (Several Payment Options Available: Credit & Debit Cards, Cheque, Demand Draft, Cash, Wire Transfer – NEFT, PAYTM)
- Online Evaluation Method: Based on “Multiple Choice Question (MCQs)” and an “Assignment Submission” of 500 words.
- The score of the online examination will be taken as the final result, and Grade will be assigned as per the following scheme: Grade A – 80-100, Grade B – 65-79, Grade C – 50-64, Reattempt – Below 50
- Next Batch: Each IALM course starts immediately after payment. Students can register online for the course at any time. Upon payment of fees and registration, the present Course will begin immediately.