Strong IPR system in a country facilitates the development of trade and commerce, both at domestic and international level, and provide an edge in the business over competitors. The Government of India has taken concrete steps to establish favourable milieu for creation and protection of Intellectual Property Rights and strengthening IP administration in the country.
The National IPR Policy was launched by the Government of India on 12th May 2016 which lays down seven objectives including Administration and Management of IPRs. It endeavours to promote stable IP regime in the country and encourages innovation to achieve the country’s industrial and economic development goals. The IPR Cell at Kalinga University extends its initiatives for spreading the awareness about the concepts among academicians, scholars and students for taking steps to implement the objectives of National IPR Policy including strengthening IPR management and ensuring ease of access to IP system for all stakeholders.
|S.No.||Name of Member||Position|
|1||Dr. Krushna Dalai, Professor, Department of Law||Head|
|2||Dr. K.M Bhandarkar, Professor, Department of Education||Member|
|3||Dr. H. K Suhas, Professor, Department of Engineering||Member|
|4||Dr. Ali Akbar Babalal Bagwan, Professor, Department of IT||Member|
|5||Dr. Shilpi Shrivastava, Associate Professor, Department of Science||Member|
|6||Dr. Anand Mahalwar, Associate Professor, Department of Pharmacy||Member|