The value of patents for business houses to avert litigation was
emphasized by S K Jain, department of management studies, IIT
Delhi, at a workshop on "Intellectual Property Rights"
(IPR) arranged at the Birla Institute of Technology Patna (BITP) on
The resource person lighted the divergence between copyrights and
patents and explicated trademarks and trademark offense to the
faculty members of BITP and other institutions, consisting BIT
Deoghar, Admerit, Cybotech Campus, Chanakya National Law University
and Patna University. "Indian patents journals are publicized
each Friday with an objection period of three months," said
Jain and also informed the patent policy of other nations.
Patna Central School will manage a "Science cum food
festival" on their school premises on Thursday. The fest would
be start up by Acharyasri Sudarshanji Maharaj while the guest of
honour list considers A K Sinha, principal, Patna Science College,
Dr N P Yadav, principal, PMCH, A K Yadav, deputy director, medical
education, Bihar, and Dr D K Singh, former principal, Patna Dental
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