Centre for Intellectual Property Rights

Realising the importance of IPR, the ‘Centre for Intellectual Property Rights’ (CIPR) was established to promote Intellectual Property awareness in the society, and to encourage research in the emerging arena of Intellectual property. The twin primary goals of the Centre are to enhance research and expertise pro-actively in novel and emerging fields of intellectual property law, as well as to become a source of information and expertise on the subject to stakeholders such as inventors, research institutions, universities, industries as well as intellectual property practitioners, policy-makers and regulators.

Theme 2021 : Pandemics: Health, Human Rights and Intellectual Property Perspectives Following its successful editions from 2015 onwards, the Centre for Health Law and Policy (CHLP), the Centre for Human Rights (CHR) and the Centre for Intellectual Property Rights (CIPR)...
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Biomedical Technologies Organised By Centre For Law And Policy & Centre For Intellectual Property Rights.
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