Introduction to Intellectual Property ( IP 001)2018-03-22T13:07:44+05:30

Introduction to Intellectual Property ( IP 001)

Introduction to Intellectual Property ( IP 001)


This Introduction to Intellectual Property (IP 001) aims to provide participants with basic understanding of intellectual property. It covers fundamental understanding of concepts of trademarks, patents, copyrights, geographical indications and designs. It allows participants to understand how IP plays important role in business and innovation.

At end of every module, self-evaluating tests help participants understand the concept better.

Content and Structure:

IP 001 includes 15 modules. Each module is designed for sequential understanding of concepts of intellectual property.

Module 1 : Introduction

Module 2: Introduction to Intellectual Property

Module 3 : Trademarks

Module 4: Patents

Module 5: Copyright

Module 6 : Related Rights

Module 7 : Geographical Indications

Module 8 : Industrial Designs

Module 9:  Plant Varieties

Module 10:  Semiconductor Designs

Module 11: Unfair Competition

Module 12: Role of IP in Business

Module 13: Role of IP in driving innovation

Module 14: Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights

Module 15: Emerging Issues in Intellectual Property

Final Exam:

Each module has self-assessment quiz in the end.  There is self-assessment based end examination. This program encourages participants to enroll in next level of program IP 101


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4 hours of Video lectures

Beginner level

Lifetime access

Certificate of completion

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