Diploma in Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)
PHS Announces on line courses for the overall
development of pharmacy professionals and students.
These courses are specially designed and developed
to fill the gap between present status of pharmacy
curriculum and future requirements and prospects of
the world of globalization in the field of pharmacy.
The quality of the study material is assured to be
world class and highly specialized.
As we aware that our present curriculum is not sufficient
to provide overall information on specific field of
pharmacy where a pharmacist can stand with solid knowledge
and can gain good remuneration other than a social
and academic status.
Pharmacy field does not ends with D.Pharm, B.Pharm
and M.Pharm but in professional terms, it starts with
professional courses and sky is the limit.
To provide pharmaceutical specialization for professionals
employed in pharmaceutical companies, contract research
organization, research & development, academic
institutions and for students.
To provide an in-depth knowledge & opportunity
for skills development in pharmaceutical science &
Types of IPR & their strategic relevance
Strategic issues & filing procedure PatentApplication
Drafting & interpretation of patent specification
& other document
Strategic issues in Trade mark & Copy right.
Introduction about Intellectual Property Rights
Intellectual property rights is a legal concept that confers rights to owners and creators of the work, for their intellectual creativity. Such rights can be granted for areas related to literature, music, invention etc, which are used in the business practices. In general, the intellectual property law offers exclusionary rights to the creator or inventor against any misappropriation or use of work without his/her prior knowledge. Intellectual property law establishes an equilibrium by granting rights for limited duration of time.
Every nation has framed their own intellectual property laws. But on international level it is governed by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). The Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property in 1883 and the 'Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works' in 1886 were first conventions which have recognized the importance of safeguarding intellectual property. Both the treaties are under the direct administration of the WIPO.
The legal rights governing the use of intellectual property are commonly referred to as Intellectual Property Rights or IPRs. These rights arise out of creative products of mind which are manifested in inventions, literary and artistic works, symbols, names, designs and other unique forms. Protection is granted by law at global and regional levels to the holder of IPRs with the objective of stimulating innovation and creativity.
In view of the growing commercial value of IPRs, the study of IPRs law is considered as an essential knowledge input for the business managers and corporate legal advisers. The PG Diploma Program in IPR is designed to offer conceptual and practical aspects of IPRs law.
Intellectual property Right (IPR) is a legal field that refers to creations of the mind such as musical, literary, and artistic works; inventions; and symbols, names, images, and designs used in commerce, including copyrights, trademarks, patents, and related rights. Under intellectual property law, the holder of one of these abstract "properties" has certain exclusive rights to the creative work, commercial symbol, or invention which is covered by it.
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