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Title: IPR education in India: case for reforms
Other Titles: O. P. Jindal Global University
Authors: Bharadwaj, Ashish
Banerjee, Arpan
Keywords: National IPR Policy
Intellectual Property Rights-Education and Resarch
Higher Education India
IP Teaching
Issue Date: 31-Mar-2015
Publisher: Law & Policy Brief
Citation: Bharadwaj, Ashish and Banerjee, Arpan. (March 31st, 2015). IPR education in India: case for reforms. Law & Policy Brief, Vol.1 No.3.
Abstract: In this Brief, we discuss the disappointing state of affairs of intellectual property rights (IPR) education in India. We begin by bringing attention to the deficiencies in IPR research and teaching, focusing particularly on the IPR Chairs established by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD). In the wake of the recent draft National IPR Policy, we recommend a few reforms which can help improve the quality of teaching and research in IPR in India. This brief is drawn from a more comprehensive document prepared by the Centre for Intellectual Property and Technology Law (CIPTEL) at Jindal Global Law School, in response to the draft Policy.
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