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SETTING-UP
IPR Cell in ENGINEERING COLLEGE
https://www.youtube.com/user/dastikop
http://dastikop.blogspot.in
Ravindra Dast...
Intellectual Property Rights
(IPR)
https://www.youtube.com/user/dastikop
Ravindra Dastikop
http://dastikop.blogspot.in
Rav...
MODEL INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY POLICY
FOR ENGINEERING COLLEGES
https://www.youtube.com/user/dastikop
http://dastikop.blogspot...
PURPOSE
● Provide initial inputs and Guidelines for
Setting an In-house IPR Cell for an
institution
● I recently set up an...
AUDIENCE
● Decision Makers
○ Management, Heads of Institutes, Deans
● Executives
○ IPR cell, Dean R & D
● Stake holders
○ ...
Reason for Setting UP IPR Cell
● There are several types of intellectual property, which a college
may wish to pursue
● Th...
Background
Ravindra Dastikop
OverView of IPR Cell
● People
● Resources
● Extended resources
● Partners
● Activities
The Patent Procedure
PATENT PROCEDURE
● Patent Application
● publication
● pre-grant opposition
● examination
● application Grant
● Post Grant ...
Invention Disclosure
What: written description of the invention
when: before public disclosure
How: by filling invention d...
Challenges
● lack of awareness among inventors
● Valuation of technology
● Technology transfer
● attorney cost and patent ...
You May Ask Question Now
Interaction
Time
Ravindra Dastikop
The Process
Process followed
● Faculty makes a novel invention and is
interested in protecting it through a patent
● Invention disclos...
Process followed
● Awaiting approval for filing
○ yes
■ provisional application filled after execution of patent -
assignm...
KEY ASPECTS of Invention disclosure
form
● Explain how the invention is technically distinct
from and superior to the stat...
Process followed
● No
■ application not filed
■ The inventor may decide to file as an
individual and request waiver from c...
You May Ask Question Now
Interaction
Time
Ravindra Dastikop
IPR CELL
REQUIREMENTS
● Physical infrastructure,
● information resources,
● record keeping and
● database
Physical Infrastructure
● Invention disclosure meeting room
● Digital voice recorder and a video camera to
record each inv...
The Invention Disclosure Process
Invention disclosure meeting Room
● separate meeting
● Internet connection
● teleconferencing facility
● easy availability...
RECORD KEEPING
● Patent are para-legal documents
● signed copies are valuable in court
proceedings/commercialization
○ inv...
RECORD KEEPING PRACTICEs
Each applicant is given a
serial number same as
electronics records file and
separate files with ...
Other Activities
● Awareness and Promotion
● Research Support
● Agreements
● policy, strategy & instututional
mechanism
You May Ask Question Now
Interaction
Time
Ravindra Dastikop
DATABASES ( For Free Search)
● Searching scholarly literature
○ Google scholar - http://scholar.google.com
●
● Searching P...
Databases ( paid )
Searching for Scholarly Literature
Scopus - www.scopus.com
Chemspider- www.chemspider.com
Searching for...
You May Ask Question Now
Interaction
Time
Ravindra Dastikop
Conclusions
● The IPR cell is set up to facility IPR
process within an institution.
● It helps researchers/students/facult...
REFERENCES
1. The Patent Process- http://sdstate.
technologypublisher.com/site/patentprocess.
html
Contact Information
Visit
http://dastikop.blogspot.in
email: ravindra.dastikop@gmail.com
http://youtube.com/user/dastikop
...
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Setting Up an IPR Cell in an Engineering Institutions

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While creating awareness of IPR is the first step, and developing IPR Policy is the second step, third and most significant step in managing IPR process within an engineering college is the setting up and running of in-house IPR cell. This webinar discusses the process of building and managing a IPR cell in a engineering college

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Setting Up an IPR Cell in an Engineering Institutions

  1. 1. SETTING-UP IPR Cell in ENGINEERING COLLEGE https://www.youtube.com/user/dastikop http://dastikop.blogspot.in Ravindra Dastikop Session 3
  2. 2. Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) https://www.youtube.com/user/dastikop Ravindra Dastikop http://dastikop.blogspot.in Ravindra Dastikop Session 1
  3. 3. MODEL INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY POLICY FOR ENGINEERING COLLEGES https://www.youtube.com/user/dastikop http://dastikop.blogspot.in Ravindra Dastikop SESSION 2
  4. 4. PURPOSE ● Provide initial inputs and Guidelines for Setting an In-house IPR Cell for an institution ● I recently set up an IPR cell in our college. Ravindra Dastikop
  5. 5. AUDIENCE ● Decision Makers ○ Management, Heads of Institutes, Deans ● Executives ○ IPR cell, Dean R & D ● Stake holders ○ Faculty, students, researchers Ravindra Dastikop
  6. 6. Reason for Setting UP IPR Cell ● There are several types of intellectual property, which a college may wish to pursue ● These include: ○ patents; ○ utility models; ○ industrial designs; ○ trademarks; ○ copyrights; ○ trade secrets, Ravindra Dastikop
  7. 7. Background Ravindra Dastikop
  8. 8. OverView of IPR Cell ● People ● Resources ● Extended resources ● Partners ● Activities
  9. 9. The Patent Procedure
  10. 10. PATENT PROCEDURE ● Patent Application ● publication ● pre-grant opposition ● examination ● application Grant ● Post Grant Opposition 3 to 5 years
  11. 11. Invention Disclosure What: written description of the invention when: before public disclosure How: by filling invention disclosure form Implication: we need an in house facility for all above
  12. 12. Challenges ● lack of awareness among inventors ● Valuation of technology ● Technology transfer ● attorney cost and patent filing costs ● jurisdictions ● renewals
  13. 13. You May Ask Question Now Interaction Time Ravindra Dastikop
  14. 14. The Process
  15. 15. Process followed ● Faculty makes a novel invention and is interested in protecting it through a patent ● Invention disclosure form ( IDF) is sent to faculty by IPR cell ● A thorough due-diligence and market analysis is performed on the IDF and a report is generated
  16. 16. Process followed ● Awaiting approval for filing ○ yes ■ provisional application filled after execution of patent - assignment agreement ● commercial due-diligence and tech transfer attempt initiated from IPR cell keeping investagtor in the loop ● drafting , filing and prosecution of patent applications (India, elsewhere PCT)
  17. 17. KEY ASPECTS of Invention disclosure form ● Explain how the invention is technically distinct from and superior to the state of art ● what competitive advantage(s) does the invention provide ● how the invention is performed ● relevant patent and publication
  18. 18. Process followed ● No ■ application not filed ■ The inventor may decide to file as an individual and request waiver from college
  19. 19. You May Ask Question Now Interaction Time Ravindra Dastikop
  20. 20. IPR CELL REQUIREMENTS
  21. 21. ● Physical infrastructure, ● information resources, ● record keeping and ● database
  22. 22. Physical Infrastructure ● Invention disclosure meeting room ● Digital voice recorder and a video camera to record each inventor as they talk ● Conference calling facility ● Laptop and projector ● database subscription ( prior art search)
  23. 23. The Invention Disclosure Process
  24. 24. Invention disclosure meeting Room ● separate meeting ● Internet connection ● teleconferencing facility ● easy availability of all related documents, templates etc
  25. 25. RECORD KEEPING ● Patent are para-legal documents ● signed copies are valuable in court proceedings/commercialization ○ inventorship form, power of attorney ○ patent offce form ● Lab records
  26. 26. RECORD KEEPING PRACTICEs Each applicant is given a serial number same as electronics records file and separate files with those corresponding serial numbers for each applicants are maintained
  27. 27. Other Activities ● Awareness and Promotion ● Research Support ● Agreements ● policy, strategy & instututional mechanism
  28. 28. You May Ask Question Now Interaction Time Ravindra Dastikop
  29. 29. DATABASES ( For Free Search) ● Searching scholarly literature ○ Google scholar - http://scholar.google.com ● ● Searching Patent Literature ○ Indian patent Search ( GOI site) http://ipindiaservices.gov. in/publicsearch/ ○ Google patent http://google.com/patents ○ USPTO http://www.uspto.gov ○ WIPO- http://wipt.int ○ Esp@acenet http://espacenet.com
  30. 30. Databases ( paid ) Searching for Scholarly Literature Scopus - www.scopus.com Chemspider- www.chemspider.com Searching for Patent Literature Delphion- www.delphion.com derwent - http://delphion.com/derwent Searching for Indian Patent http://india.bigpatent.org www.pfc.org.in/db/db.htm
  31. 31. You May Ask Question Now Interaction Time Ravindra Dastikop
  32. 32. Conclusions ● The IPR cell is set up to facility IPR process within an institution. ● It helps researchers/students/faculty to discover IP potential within their work and help them capture and register it
  33. 33. REFERENCES 1. The Patent Process- http://sdstate. technologypublisher.com/site/patentprocess. html
  34. 34. Contact Information Visit http://dastikop.blogspot.in email: ravindra.dastikop@gmail.com http://youtube.com/user/dastikop Ravindra Dastikop

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