Along with teaching and extension activities, an educational institution need to encourage creativity, research and provide conductive environment.
A booming research and innovative teaching approach necessitates Intellectual Property Rights (IPR). IPR plays a vital role in providing a competitive edge for an institution.
Academic and Research Institutions are mainly concerned with managing projects and research initiatives successfully. The protection of their IP Rights will benefit all stake holders.
Intellectual property refers to the property created and owned by an person through the virtue of human intellect.
Intellectual property rights shall include patents, trade marks, copy rights, trade secrets and other species such as computer software or printed material, any new and useful process, machine, composition of matter, life form, article of manufacture, software, copyrighted work, such things as new or improved devices, circuits, chemical compounds, drugs, genetically engineered biological organisms, data sets, software musical processes, or unique and innovative uses of existing inventions.
Indian government has revised the National IPR policy in May 2016.
Objectives of IPR Cell of the college:
To create awareness and educate on Intellectual property rights (IPR) among faculty and students of the college.
To advice and guide faculty and students on the importance of IPR. To conduct workshops, activities and training programs on IPR.
To provide guidelines on applicable laws and regulations regarding IPR.
IPR Cell will work in close coordination with Research cell of the college.
The Members of IPR Cell are:
|S.No||Name of the Inventor(s)||Title||Application No. & Patent filed date.|
|1||Dr.K.Nagajyothi||Wearable device for curing Eye Problems||201841003971 & 02.02.2018|
|2||Dr.K.Nagajyothi||System and method for Decomposing organic and Food Waste||201941006917 A & 21.02.2019|
|3||Dr. R. Subash Chandra Bose||Design For Earthquake Load Modelling Using Critical Excitation Method||201941031691 A & 06/08/2019|
|4||Dr. R. Subash Chandra Bose||Long Term Performance Of Freeze-Thaw And Corrosion Resistance Of Steel Fibre Reinforced Concrete Applications||201941035722 A & 05/09/2019|
|5||Dr. R. Subash Chandra Bose||High Performance Of Heedless Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete Panels||201941038678 A & 25/09/2019|
|6||Dr. R. Subash Chandra Bose||Investigating The Effect Of Hybrid Nano Materials On The Mechanical Properties And Durability Of Concrete||201941041653 A & 15/10/2019|