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Trademark can be used as domain name
(a) Yes
(b) No
(c) Yes in some cases
(d) None of the above
Answer:(a) Yes
What is UDRP? How will you able to register
domain name?
Answer: Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution
Policy (UDRP) is a process that has been established by
Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers
(ICANN) resolve dispute regarding domain names.
The domain name registration process includes
Choosing appropriate domain name
Submitting following document before registrar
I.the desired domain name
II.The name and contact information (including email address,
physical address and contact phone number) for the domain's
registrant, administrative and billing
contacts.
III. the desired domain registration term
IV. payment information
Who administer UDRP?
(a) WTO
(b) WIPO
(c) Supreme Court
(d) High court
Answer:(b) WIPO
World Intellectual Property Organisation
The WIPO was established in 1967. It entered into force in
1970. It is one of the fifteen specialized agencies of the
United Nations. The organisation administers 26
international treaties that ranges between protection of
broadcast and establishing international patent
classification.
Geographical Indication is
(a) Private right
(b) Community right
(c) Intellectual property right
(d) both (b) and (c)
Answer:(d) both (b) and (c)
• Who can register Geographical Indication?
• (a) Individual
• (b) Company
• (c ) Producers
• (d) No one of the above
Answer:(c ) Producers
Certification mark indicates
(a) Source
(b) Quality
(c ) both (a) and (b)
(d) None of the above
Answer:(b) Quality
Certification mark can be registered in
(a) Trademark Registry
(b) Certification Board
(c ) Quality Control Board
(d) MHRD
Answer:(a) Trademark Registry
Collective Mark is registered by
(a) Partnership firm
(b) Association of person
(c) Individual
(d) Company
Answer:(b) Association of person
Hall Mark is
(a) Trademark
(b) Certification Mark
(c ) Collective Mark
(d) Both (a) and (b)
Answer:(b) Certification Mark
Khadi is
(a) Trademark
(b) Certification Mark
(c ) Collective Mark
(d) Both (a) and (b)
Answer:(b) Certification Mark
Geographical Indication can be licensed
(a) Yes
(b ) No
(c ) Yes in some cases
(d) Yes with stringent quality control
Answer:(b ) No
• What is cyber-squatting?
Answer: Cyber-squatting is related to
unauthorized use of trademark. The
registration of well known trademark as
domain name with the intention to
sell/assigned others to use same is known as
cyber-squatting.
• What is Meta-tag? Discuss the issues of
Meta-tag and Trademark
Answer: A meta tag is a tag (that is, a coding
statement) in the Hypertext Markup
Language (HTML) that describes some
aspect of the contents of a Web page. It
provides structural meta data about
web sites.
Un-authorized use of other’s trademark as
meta-tag may leads to trademark
infringement and or passing-off.
• Trade mark Act, came into force on-
• A. 1957
• B. 2000
• C. 1970
• D. 1999
Answer:D. 1999
Associated trade marks means-
A. means trade marks deemed to be, or
required to be, registered as associated
trade marks under this Act
B. any marks or arrangement or combination
C. Either A or B
D. None of the above
Answer:A. means trade marks deemed to
be, or required to be, registered as
associated trade marks under this Act
• Trade Marks Registry established
under——Act
• A. Trade mark Act, 1999
• B. Trade and Merchandise Marks Act, 1958
• C. Trade and Merchandise Marks Act, 1970
• D. None of the above
Answer:B. Trade and Merchandise Marks
Act, 1958
• Trade and Merchandise Marks Act, 1958
(43 of 1958) was repealed by the——
• A. Merchandise Act, 1958
• B. Trade mark Act, 1958
• C. Trade mark Act, 1999
• D. None of the above
Answer:C. Trade mark Act, 1999
• Which of the following is not type of
patent-
• A. Utility patents
• B. Copyright
• C. Design patents
• D. Plant patents
Answer:B. Copyright
• Copyright Act, came into force on-
• A. 1957
• B. 1999
• C. 2000
• D. 1970
Answer:A. 1957
• Which of the following is Rights of a
Copyright Owner-
• A. Publish their work and Perform their work
in public
• B. Translate and Broadcast their work
• C. Prevent others from making unauthorized
use of copyrighted work
• D. All of the above
Answer:D. All of the above
• Which section of the Patents Act, 1970
deal with Persons entitled to apply for
patents?
•
A. Section 5 of the Patents Act, 1970
B. Section 6 of the Patents Act, 1970
C. Section 8 of the Patents Act, 1970
D. Section 20 of the Patents Act, 1970
Answer:B. Section 6 of the Patents Act, 1970
Berne Convention of 1886 was for __
1)Protection of Literary and Artistic Works
2)For Performances and Phonograms
3)For Trade Marks
4)For Cinematographic films
Answer:1)Protection of Literary and Artistic
Works
Copyright does not grant protection for :
1)Anonymous work
2) Pseudonymous work
3)Reproduced work
4) Jointly owned work
Answer:3)Reproduced work
What is the term of Broadcast Reproduction
Right?
1)10 Years
2)15 Years
3)20 Years
4) 25 Years
Answer:4) 25 Years
Copyright is ______________
1) Positive right
2)Negative right
3)Exclusive right
4)Both (1) and (3)
Answer:4)Both (1) and (3)
Broadcast Reproduction Right was introduced
through the Copyright (Amendment) Act,
______
1) 1992
2)2012
3)1994
4)2015
Answer:3)1994
India has become a member of the following
international conventions on copyright and
neighbouring (related) rights:
 Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and
Artistic works, 1886.
 Universal Copyright Convention (Revised in 1971).
 Convention for the Protection of Producers of
Phonograms against Unauthorised Duplication of their
Phonograms, 1971.
 Multilateral Convention for the Avoidance of Double
Taxation of Copyright Royalties, 1979.
 Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights
(TRIPS) Agreement, 1995.
Which of the following statements is not correct?
(a) Both the IMF & IBRD have headquarters in
Washington
(b) Both IMF & World Bank are the known as the
Bretton Woods twins.
(c) IBRD is known as World Bank also
(d) India's vote share in the International Monetary
Fund is 10%
Answer: (d) India's vote share in the International
Monetary Fund is 10%
India's share in the International Monetary Fund's
vote share is 2.64% of total votes while as on
April 2018, India’s quota in the IMF is 2.76%.
Intellectual property is defined as:
A. Property in technology
B. Rights over products of the human intellect such
as patents and copyrights
C. Rights over technology transfer
D. Patent rights
Answer:B. Rights over products of the
human intellect such as patents and
copyrights
How does the patent benefit its owner?
A. It gives exclusive right for a limited period to exploit the
invention or license others to use it.
B. It gives exclusive right to exploit the
invention indefinitely.
C. It gives exclusive right to generate profits (royalties) from
the invention.
D. It gives the inventor exclusive rights over his/her invention.
Answer:A. It gives exclusive right for a
limited period to exploit the invention or
license others to use it.
What is ILO
Answer:
The International Labour Organization (ILO)
is a specialized UN agency, tripartite in nature
with governments, employers and workers as
members. It was established in 1919 by the
Treaty of Versailles
• Is India a member of ILO?
Answer:
India is one of the founding members of
International Labour Organization which
came into existence in 1919 and has been a
permanent member of the ILO Governing
Body since 1922.
How many Conventions and Recommendations
ILO has adopted so far?
Answer:
At present the ILO has 185 Members.
The ILO has so far adopted 189
Conventions and 202 Recommendations.
Out of the 189 Conventions of the ILO, India
has so far ratified 43 Conventions (as on
31st December, 2013).
Which are the main organs of the ILO?
Answer:
The ILO is composed of three organs:
1. A general assembly (International
Labour Conference): Meets once every
year in the month of June.
2. An executive council (Governing Body):
Meets three times every year in the
months of March, June and November.
3. A permanent secretariat (International
Labour Office).
What are ILO Conventions, Recommendations
and Protocol?
Answer:
ILO Conventions are international labour instruments or
treaties, which on ratification create legally binding
obligations upon the States.
Recommendations are instruments providing guidance for
policy formulation and action by the governments,
employers’ and workers’ organizations. They are not
intended to give rise to obligations, nor can they be
ratified by member States.
A Protocol is an instrument that partially modifies a
Convention. It is open to ratification by a State already
bound by or simultaneously ratifying and becoming bound
by the Convention in question.
Which are the Core Conventions of the ILO?
Answer:
The 8 Core Conventions of the ILO are categorized into the
following 4 categories; 1. Child Labour: Minimum Age
Convention (No.138), Worst Forms of Child Labour
Convention (No.182); 2. Freedom of Association &
Collective Bargaining: Freedom of Association and
Protection of Right to Organize Convention (No.87), Right to
Organize and Collective Bargaining Convention
(No.98); 3. Forced Labour: Forced Labour Convention
(No.29), Abolition of Forced Labour Convention (No.105); 4.
Discrimination: Equal Remuneration Convention (No.100),
Discrimination (Employment Occupation) Convention
(No.111). These Conventions are also called the Human
Rights Conventions or Fundamental Principles and Rights at
Work.
How many of the ILO Core Conventions
have been ratified by India so far?
Answer: Among the Core Conventions, India has
ratified ILO Conventions on Forced Labour
Convention (No.29), Equal Remuneration
Convention (No.100), Discrimination (Employment
Occupation) Convention (No.111) and Abolition of
Forced Labour Convention (No.105).
(Convention No. 29 ratified on 30.11.1954,
Convention No.100 ratified on 25.9.1958,
Convention No.105 ratified on 18.5.2000 and
Convention No.111 ratified on 3.6.1960)
Answer:

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  • 2. Trademark can be used as domain name (a) Yes (b) No (c) Yes in some cases (d) None of the above Answer:(a) Yes
  • 3. What is UDRP? How will you able to register domain name? Answer: Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution Policy (UDRP) is a process that has been established by Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) resolve dispute regarding domain names. The domain name registration process includes Choosing appropriate domain name Submitting following document before registrar I.the desired domain name II.The name and contact information (including email address, physical address and contact phone number) for the domain's registrant, administrative and billing contacts. III. the desired domain registration term IV. payment information
  • 4. Who administer UDRP? (a) WTO (b) WIPO (c) Supreme Court (d) High court Answer:(b) WIPO World Intellectual Property Organisation The WIPO was established in 1967. It entered into force in 1970. It is one of the fifteen specialized agencies of the United Nations. The organisation administers 26 international treaties that ranges between protection of broadcast and establishing international patent classification.
  • 5. Geographical Indication is (a) Private right (b) Community right (c) Intellectual property right (d) both (b) and (c) Answer:(d) both (b) and (c)
  • 6. • Who can register Geographical Indication? • (a) Individual • (b) Company • (c ) Producers • (d) No one of the above Answer:(c ) Producers
  • 7. Certification mark indicates (a) Source (b) Quality (c ) both (a) and (b) (d) None of the above Answer:(b) Quality
  • 8. Certification mark can be registered in (a) Trademark Registry (b) Certification Board (c ) Quality Control Board (d) MHRD Answer:(a) Trademark Registry
  • 9. Collective Mark is registered by (a) Partnership firm (b) Association of person (c) Individual (d) Company Answer:(b) Association of person
  • 10. Hall Mark is (a) Trademark (b) Certification Mark (c ) Collective Mark (d) Both (a) and (b) Answer:(b) Certification Mark
  • 11. Khadi is (a) Trademark (b) Certification Mark (c ) Collective Mark (d) Both (a) and (b) Answer:(b) Certification Mark
  • 12. Geographical Indication can be licensed (a) Yes (b ) No (c ) Yes in some cases (d) Yes with stringent quality control Answer:(b ) No
  • 13. • What is cyber-squatting? Answer: Cyber-squatting is related to unauthorized use of trademark. The registration of well known trademark as domain name with the intention to sell/assigned others to use same is known as cyber-squatting.
  • 14. • What is Meta-tag? Discuss the issues of Meta-tag and Trademark Answer: A meta tag is a tag (that is, a coding statement) in the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) that describes some aspect of the contents of a Web page. It provides structural meta data about web sites. Un-authorized use of other’s trademark as meta-tag may leads to trademark infringement and or passing-off.
  • 15. • Trade mark Act, came into force on- • A. 1957 • B. 2000 • C. 1970 • D. 1999 Answer:D. 1999
  • 16. Associated trade marks means- A. means trade marks deemed to be, or required to be, registered as associated trade marks under this Act B. any marks or arrangement or combination C. Either A or B D. None of the above Answer:A. means trade marks deemed to be, or required to be, registered as associated trade marks under this Act
  • 17. • Trade Marks Registry established under——Act • A. Trade mark Act, 1999 • B. Trade and Merchandise Marks Act, 1958 • C. Trade and Merchandise Marks Act, 1970 • D. None of the above Answer:B. Trade and Merchandise Marks Act, 1958
  • 18. • Trade and Merchandise Marks Act, 1958 (43 of 1958) was repealed by the—— • A. Merchandise Act, 1958 • B. Trade mark Act, 1958 • C. Trade mark Act, 1999 • D. None of the above Answer:C. Trade mark Act, 1999
  • 19. • Which of the following is not type of patent- • A. Utility patents • B. Copyright • C. Design patents • D. Plant patents Answer:B. Copyright
  • 20. • Copyright Act, came into force on- • A. 1957 • B. 1999 • C. 2000 • D. 1970 Answer:A. 1957
  • 21. • Which of the following is Rights of a Copyright Owner- • A. Publish their work and Perform their work in public • B. Translate and Broadcast their work • C. Prevent others from making unauthorized use of copyrighted work • D. All of the above Answer:D. All of the above
  • 22. • Which section of the Patents Act, 1970 deal with Persons entitled to apply for patents? • A. Section 5 of the Patents Act, 1970 B. Section 6 of the Patents Act, 1970 C. Section 8 of the Patents Act, 1970 D. Section 20 of the Patents Act, 1970 Answer:B. Section 6 of the Patents Act, 1970
  • 23. Berne Convention of 1886 was for __ 1)Protection of Literary and Artistic Works 2)For Performances and Phonograms 3)For Trade Marks 4)For Cinematographic films Answer:1)Protection of Literary and Artistic Works
  • 24. Copyright does not grant protection for : 1)Anonymous work 2) Pseudonymous work 3)Reproduced work 4) Jointly owned work Answer:3)Reproduced work
  • 25. What is the term of Broadcast Reproduction Right? 1)10 Years 2)15 Years 3)20 Years 4) 25 Years Answer:4) 25 Years
  • 26. Copyright is ______________ 1) Positive right 2)Negative right 3)Exclusive right 4)Both (1) and (3) Answer:4)Both (1) and (3)
  • 27. Broadcast Reproduction Right was introduced through the Copyright (Amendment) Act, ______ 1) 1992 2)2012 3)1994 4)2015 Answer:3)1994
  • 28. India has become a member of the following international conventions on copyright and neighbouring (related) rights:  Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic works, 1886.  Universal Copyright Convention (Revised in 1971).  Convention for the Protection of Producers of Phonograms against Unauthorised Duplication of their Phonograms, 1971.  Multilateral Convention for the Avoidance of Double Taxation of Copyright Royalties, 1979.  Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) Agreement, 1995.
  • 29. Which of the following statements is not correct? (a) Both the IMF & IBRD have headquarters in Washington (b) Both IMF & World Bank are the known as the Bretton Woods twins. (c) IBRD is known as World Bank also (d) India's vote share in the International Monetary Fund is 10% Answer: (d) India's vote share in the International Monetary Fund is 10% India's share in the International Monetary Fund's vote share is 2.64% of total votes while as on April 2018, India’s quota in the IMF is 2.76%.
  • 30. Intellectual property is defined as: A. Property in technology B. Rights over products of the human intellect such as patents and copyrights C. Rights over technology transfer D. Patent rights Answer:B. Rights over products of the human intellect such as patents and copyrights
  • 31. How does the patent benefit its owner? A. It gives exclusive right for a limited period to exploit the invention or license others to use it. B. It gives exclusive right to exploit the invention indefinitely. C. It gives exclusive right to generate profits (royalties) from the invention. D. It gives the inventor exclusive rights over his/her invention. Answer:A. It gives exclusive right for a limited period to exploit the invention or license others to use it.
  • 32. What is ILO Answer: The International Labour Organization (ILO) is a specialized UN agency, tripartite in nature with governments, employers and workers as members. It was established in 1919 by the Treaty of Versailles
  • 33. • Is India a member of ILO? Answer: India is one of the founding members of International Labour Organization which came into existence in 1919 and has been a permanent member of the ILO Governing Body since 1922.
  • 34. How many Conventions and Recommendations ILO has adopted so far? Answer: At present the ILO has 185 Members. The ILO has so far adopted 189 Conventions and 202 Recommendations. Out of the 189 Conventions of the ILO, India has so far ratified 43 Conventions (as on 31st December, 2013).
  • 35. Which are the main organs of the ILO? Answer: The ILO is composed of three organs: 1. A general assembly (International Labour Conference): Meets once every year in the month of June. 2. An executive council (Governing Body): Meets three times every year in the months of March, June and November. 3. A permanent secretariat (International Labour Office).
  • 36. What are ILO Conventions, Recommendations and Protocol? Answer: ILO Conventions are international labour instruments or treaties, which on ratification create legally binding obligations upon the States. Recommendations are instruments providing guidance for policy formulation and action by the governments, employers’ and workers’ organizations. They are not intended to give rise to obligations, nor can they be ratified by member States. A Protocol is an instrument that partially modifies a Convention. It is open to ratification by a State already bound by or simultaneously ratifying and becoming bound by the Convention in question.
  • 37. Which are the Core Conventions of the ILO? Answer: The 8 Core Conventions of the ILO are categorized into the following 4 categories; 1. Child Labour: Minimum Age Convention (No.138), Worst Forms of Child Labour Convention (No.182); 2. Freedom of Association & Collective Bargaining: Freedom of Association and Protection of Right to Organize Convention (No.87), Right to Organize and Collective Bargaining Convention (No.98); 3. Forced Labour: Forced Labour Convention (No.29), Abolition of Forced Labour Convention (No.105); 4. Discrimination: Equal Remuneration Convention (No.100), Discrimination (Employment Occupation) Convention (No.111). These Conventions are also called the Human Rights Conventions or Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work.
  • 38. How many of the ILO Core Conventions have been ratified by India so far? Answer: Among the Core Conventions, India has ratified ILO Conventions on Forced Labour Convention (No.29), Equal Remuneration Convention (No.100), Discrimination (Employment Occupation) Convention (No.111) and Abolition of Forced Labour Convention (No.105). (Convention No. 29 ratified on 30.11.1954, Convention No.100 ratified on 25.9.1958, Convention No.105 ratified on 18.5.2000 and Convention No.111 ratified on 3.6.1960)