According to the survey, India will hire roughly 8.3 lakh engineers with IP (Intellectual Property) skills between 2019 and 2025. As a Patent Analyst, Engineering gives you an advantage over other IP authorities by allowing you to better understand and analyze an innovation, allowing you to assist your client by partnering with R&D and patenting the invention or technique more effectively. Unfortunately, there aren’t enough engineers competent in doing IP work in the industry. Working as a patent analyst is a fantastic opportunity for an engineer.
By becoming a patent engineer, you will be able to work in an office setting without having to use any engineering tools or do any heavy lifting while still being able to pursue your passion for engineering, design, and new technology.
As a patent engineer, you’ll be responsible for IP creation, protection, and management. The patent engineer must comprehend the invention and identify all prior technology that is already known to the public and is related to the invention. A patent engineer must also design and apply for the patent, as well as persuade the patent office to grant the invention a patent. In the innovation industry, patent engineers are frequently seen. Inventors and patent engineers play a significant role in these companies.
That’s why JOPAT and IIPTA have paired up to bring you this guide, where we look at all of the steps to get started as a patent analyst in the IP industry. From what it takes to become a patent professional to top job profiles and companies of intellectual property. Last but not least, you will learn how to become successful to prove your efforts are worthwhile.