- 2 days mega event to showcase innovations by students and startups. In last two events colleges from Delhi/NCR, Punjab & Uttrakhand have been participated in large number.
- “Technomentum” is an event which will exhibit amalgamation of Technical and Management synergies. Under this event various categories have been planned like Hardware Products, Software Products and Simulations/Scaled Models for Engineering and STPR (Summer Training Project Report) for Management. You are also invited to be the part of this enthralling event by nominating your students for various activities.
Seminar on IPR
Two Days Awareness Seminar
“Intellectual Property Rights: Role & importance in ICT & Electronics areas”
22-23 July, 2016
Sponsored by Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology
Govt. of India
IT and electronics sectors are the fastest-growing segments of the Indian industry, both in terms of production and exports. In fact, software development and IT-enabled Services (lTeS) have contributed significantly to India’s emergence as a global player. Today, India is a vast market and has a major IT production base. The IT industry has provided employment to almost 10 million Indians.
The demand of electronics products and systems in the country is estimated to reach US$ 400 billion by 2020. That is why the Govt. of India has listed these two as important pillars of Digital India programme with the vision to transform India into a digitally empowered society and knowledge economy. There is a need to protect intellectual capital of these two sectors and assets into financial tools to strengthen the national economy.
On above backdrop Centre for Applied Research & Entrepreneurship, ABES Engineering College, Ghaziabad organized a two day seminar on “Intellectual Property Rights: Role & importance in ICT & Electronics areas” on 22-23 July, 2016 at Seminar Hall-2, ABES-EC campus. The objective of the seminar was to create awareness about IPR matters among academic community, importance of IPR in engineering institution, understand patentable innovations and search mechanism, benefits/losses of IP protection, legal process of IP commercialization and to accelerate the culture of Innovation among faculty.
|S.No.||Name & Designation of Speaker|
|1||Mr. Govind Sharma, Retd. Chief Manager IPR Cell, NRDC, New Delhi|
|2||Mr. Joginder Singh, Lexorbis, New Delhi|
|3||Ms. Aparna Jain, Sr. Corporate Lawyer, New Delhi|
|4||Ms. Ankita Tyagi, Deity, Govt. of India|
|5||Mr. Ashish Chang Marbaniang, Partner, K&S Partners, Gurgaon|
|6||Dr. S S Singh, Dy. Controller of Patents & Designs, India Patent Office, New Delhi|
|7||Mr. K. Pradeep, Managing Director, ProdyoVidhi, New Delhi|
|8||Mr. B K Sahu, Dy. Manager (IPR Cell), NRDC, New Delhi|