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Intellectual Property (IP) in India: Present Scenario

Paper Id PIPRDA-2311
Author(s) Mahesh Bansiya
Country India
Abstract Intellectual Property (IP) deals with any basic construction of human intelligence such as artistic, literary, technical or scientific constructions. Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) refers to the legal rights granted to the inventor or manufacturer to protect their invention or manufacture product. The intellectual property right is a kind of legal right that protects a person’s artistic works, literary works, inventions or discoveries or a symbol or design for a specific period of time. Intellectual property owners are given certain rights by which they can enjoy their property without any disturbances and prevent others from using them, although these rights are also called monopoly rights of exploitation, they are limited in geographical range, time and scope. India announced its first National IPR policy in 2016. Today, the portfolios of Patents, Designs, Trademarks, Copyright, Geographical Indications, and Semiconductor Integrated Circuits Layout Design all fall under the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT). Under DPIIT, the Cell for IPR Promotion and Management is tasked with implementing India’s National IPR Policy. It spearheads the Indian government’s efforts to streamline IP processes, increase IP awareness, promote commercialization, and enhance enforcement. Through this research paper, we will know that what is the position of India in various indicators of intellectual property? This research paper is based on secondary data. India has improved its overall International Intellectual Property (IIP) score from 38.4% to 38.6%, and the country is ranked 43rd out of 55 countries on the International Intellectual Property Index 2022.
Published In Conference / Special Issue (Volume 5 | Issue 1) - डिजिटल युग में साहित्यिक चोरी एवं बौद्धिक सम्पदा अधिकार (बहुविषयक) (PIPRDA-2023) (January 2023)
Published On 2023-01-25
Cite This Intellectual Property (IP) in India: Present Scenario - Mahesh Bansiya - IJFMR Conference / Special Issue (Volume 5 | Issue 1) - डिजिटल युग में साहित्यिक चोरी एवं बौद्धिक सम्पदा अधिकार (बहुविषयक) (PIPRDA-2023) (January 2023).

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