This is the success story of our alumni, Baviya Sampath. She is a science student and after her secondary and intermediate, she decided to get into the pharmacy field. She qualified for her B. Pharmacy from P.S.G. College of Pharmacy, Coimbatore, in 2013 with 78% marks. After that in 2016, she qualified for her M.Pharm in Pharmacognosy from Madras Medical College, Chennai with 85% marks.
She is from a middle-class family and, after her masters, wanted to support her parents financially. But at that time, the biggest problem for her was where to begin.
After taking telephonic counselling from IIPTA, she agreed to join the Job oriented patent analyst training (JOPAT) program.
In this 3-months JOPAT program of IIPTA, she learned about laws associated with trademarks, copyrights, and patents in India and the U.S. and how they are helpful in the IPR industry. Also, she learned about patent searching in databases. Indian Patent Office (IPO), United States Patents and Trademarks (USPTO), European Patent Office (EPO), Google Patents and World Intellectual property Organization (WIPO). She also mentioned how live classes helped him grasp the knowledge of IPR. He expressed how the JOPAT program IIPTA enabled her to learn practical knowledge in the domain of IPR and also in personality development.
Intellectual property (IP) deals with any basic construction of human intelligence, such as artistic, literary, technical, or scientific constructions. Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) refers to the legal rights granted to the inventor or manufacturer to protect their invention or manufacturing product.