The Centre for Intellectual Property Rights, Advocacy, Research and Training (CIPRART) has been inaugurated in 2013 at School of law as a facilitator in the preparation and filing of patent applications by the faculty and students of the University. Further, to promote awareness on intellectual property rights and to organize special lectures and workshops by professionals from IPR firms.
Objectives of Centre for Intellectual Property Rights Advocacy, Research and Training are:
- To provide research and advisory services to those who are in need of such service.
- To conduct training and organizing interactive seminars to disseminate information on Intellectual property rights with a view to create awareness among the faculty and students.
- To sensitize about IPRs and their protection.
- To identify protectable innovations and inventions.
- To suggest steps for transforming innovations into proprietary assets.
- To train about the mechanism of accessing and using IP information for further research and development in developing new products and processes and for their use in business development.
- To start outreach programmes in the form of workshop, training programmes on various areas on IPR.