Asian Law College conducted an engrossing academic activity on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) as a part of the skill development of its students on Thursday, 9th January 2020 at its Noida campus. The activity comprised of Video Screening with Written Analysis and Discussion on Intellectual Property Rights among its B.A.LLB 8th Semester students.
The main objectives of this activity were to:
- The primary objective of this activity was to build communication, confidence and to also make students understand the basic facts on IPR and also the process to Register and Proceeding in IPR.
- To give a basic understanding of the statutory expression to the moral & economical rights of creators to the students.
The activity started with students who were shown 2 videos on IPR. The first video comprised of the meaning of IPR in India, Historical Developments and Various Kind which includes Patent, Copyright, Trademark, GI, Industrial Designs, giving a brief description of each.
The second video consisted of a discussion on the Meaning of Copyright and the elaborate process of Registration, Documents required during registration in tune with important sections. On the basis of the video, the students needed to write their analysis followed by Group Discussion. The entire activity went on for one and a half hours. The whole activity was carried with much zeal and enthusiasm from all the participants and proved to be a great learning experience for all those who participated. Students took an interest in participating and recommended such kind of activities in the near future.
As far as the result is concerned, RituRaj Swami and Akshita Jain of B.A.LLB 8th Semester were the top scorers on giving the Best Write-up and Speaker.
The outcome that was achieved by the end of this activity was that:
- To make the students familiar with the basics of IPR and their implications in Research, development, and commercialization as per their syllabus structure.
- To give the students “hands-on-training” in copyright search and documentation of research activities that would aid an IPR expert to draft, apply and prosecute IPR applications.
- Allowed students to think creatively and answer convincingly when questioned and show their oratory, writing and persuasive skills.
Asian Law College (ALC) – which is a part of Asian Education Group (AEG) and is ranked as one of the top private law college in Noida – believes in providing substantial practical training to all its students through its various ALC Thursday Club Activities which are designed to grant expertise to students for their future careers. This comes as an integral part of the law courses being offered by this frontline law college.