Protect your intellectual rights, budding entrepreneurs told

July 06, 2016 12:00 am | Updated 05:53 am IST - SRIKAKULAM:

Patents and Designs India-Chennai Deputy Controller R.Srinivas on Tuesday cautioned youngsters to register their innovative ideas and get intellectual property rights which were essential to safeguard their thoughts.

He said that registration was beneficial for the young engineers who imitated Startup companies particularly in electronics and information technology.

Engineering Staff College of India (ESCI) organised one day workshop on IPR and their benefits in Aditya Institute of Technology and Management (AITAM) College. Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Srinivas asked the young entrepreneurs to know the procedures for filing patent applications in India and other countries. He said that his organisation would issue registration certificates with in 18 months.

Experts on Intellectual Property Rights Ashok Ram Kumar, Vijay Kumar Makyam explained the protection mechanism for electronic innovations. College director V.V. Nageswara Rao said that many students of the college proved their mettle by creating new marketing and social media websites, apart from doing research on automation in railways and others.

He thanked ESCI and Patents and Designs for enlightening the young engineers about the protecting their rights while doing researches and establishing new startups.

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