Intellectual property rights (IPR)

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Course Overview

This course on Intellectual Property Right (IPR) will give insight to creation and application of IPR in Legal Corporate Industry with following key learnings

Key Features

  • 24 hours of blended learning
  • 10 hours of instructor-led training
  • 14 hours of online self-paced learning
  • 10+ assisted practices on all modules
  • Industry-recognized course and project completion certificate
  • 5 lesson-end knowledge checks and 1 real-life course-end project

Skills Covered

  • Intellectual property rights (IPR) & its Domains
  • IPRS in Software
  • Start-up and IP awareness
  • Key business concerns in commercializing IPR
  • Case studies - Analysis and Reviews

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Provides exclusive rights to the creators or inventors. Encourages individuals to distribute and share information and data instead of keeping it confidential. Provides legal defense and offers the creators the incentive of their work. Helps in social and financial development.

Course Curriculum


The eligibility criteria for Intellectual Property Law course offered at the PG level is such that candidates should have completed a five year integrated law course or possess an LLB/ equivalent degree


No prior programming knowledge or experience is necessary to take this python online course.

Course Content

  • Intellectual property rights Course Content

    • Primer to IP Career and Exams Overview

      • Basic Terminology and Definitions
      • Features and Examples
      • Career options/choices
      • Exams and Course Discussions
      • Knowledge sharing platforms on IPR – Role of WIPO
      • Run containers by using Azure Container Instance
      • IP- pedia – Fun with IP
    • Patents and Related Aspects

      • Patents and conditions of patentability
      • Patent Life Cycle
      • Pre Grant Life Cycle
      • Post Grant Life Cycle
      • Different Filing Procedures for Patents
    • Types of Patent

      • Design Patent
      • Utility Models
      • Plant Variety Rights
      • Examples and Live Client Examples from Corporate
    • Law Relating to GI

      • Rights granted for GI’s
      • GI’s protection procedures
      • Categories of GI’s with examples of some well-known GI’s
      • Registered vs Unregistered GI’s
    • Trademarks

      • Introduction & History
      • Eligibilty and Application
      • Regulatory Framework
      • Categories + International Classification
      • Madrid System
      • Registration (Assignment)
      • Registration (Assignment)
      • Infringement and Passing Off (would also cover reliefs)
      • Trademark and Cyberspace
    • Copyrights

      • Meaning, Eligibility
      • Author and Ownership concepts
      • Rights and Limitations of such rights
      • Registration, Assignment, Licenses
      • Infringement and Remedies
      • Offences
      • Copyrights and cyberspace
      • Copyright of software and law
      • Freeware licences, Windows License

      • Introduction to Cyber Laws
      • Legislative Framework
      • Data Protection and Protection of Privacy
      • Digital Signatures/ Electronic Signatures
      • Electronic Contracts
      • Virtual Currencies, Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies

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Exam and Certifications

1.What is meant by intellectual Property Rights (IPR)?

Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) are about creations of the mind, they are granted to creators of IP, for ideas which are new and original, by the respective governments. No one can use others’ IPR without their permission. These rights come with limited monopoly and exclusivity. This fee is paid to Microsoft when you register for your exam.

2.What are the different types of IPR?

There are different types of IPR namely, patents, copyrights, trademarks, industrial designs, protection of geographical indications(GIs), IC lay-out designs, trade secrets and new plant varieties.

3. Are IP rights territorial in nature?

Yes, IP rights are territorial. It means that an Indian registration is valid only in India. For protection of Intellectual Property in any other country, one has to seek protection separately under the relevant law.

4. What is piracy of a Design?

Piracy of a design means the application of a design or its imitation to any article belonging to class of articles in which the design has been registered for the purpose of sale or importation of such articles without the written consent of the registered proprietor. Publishing such articles or exposing terms for sale with knowledge of the unauthorized application of the design to them also involves piracy of the design.

5. What is the effect of registration of design?

The registration of a design confers upon the registered proprietor ‘Copyright’ in the design for the period of registration. ‘Copyright’ means the exclusive right to apply a design to the article belonging to the class in which it is registered.


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