Post Graduate Diploma in Intellectual Property Rights and Patent Management (PGDIPR)
Venue: GIIP Delhi, Bangalore
|Event Date/Time: Jun 24, 2011|
|Abstract Submission Date: Jun 20, 2011|
The program curriculum has been designed with the sole objective of training professionals with technical background to help them find employment as a Patent Engineer/Associate/Analyst with a leading Corporate, MNC, R&D Institution, KPO or Law firm of the country.
Some of the organizations with whom GIIP has an enduring recruiting and alumni relationship are: Honeywell, GE Research, TVS Motors, Ranbaxy Laboratories, Panacea Biotech, Sanofi Aventis, Biocon, Dabur, Jubiliant, Reliance Industries, Infosys, HCL, TCS, Siemens, Evalueserve, Clairvolex, Unitedlex, Altacit Global, eScope, Lexadigm, CPA Global, Ripple IP Services, IPpro Inc., Amarchand & Mangaldas, Anand & Anand, K&S Partners, Remfry & Sagar.
The course includes up-to-date education in the US, European and Indian patent laws and procedures. Course curriculum will cover technical, legal and management aspects of intellectual property & patent processes. The focus is to develop skills in areas like Prior Art/Patent Searches, Analysis, Landscaping, Claims & Specification Drafting, Filing and Prosecution. The training methods include classroom lecturers delivered through video conferencing, mentoring sessions, illustrations and case study methods, individual guidance from IP practitioners and experts. The assessment methodology includes classroom assignments, group discussions and final examination.
GIIP will provide internship and placement, to all participants, at renowned organizations in India with improved roles, responsibilities and remuneration.
Aspiring candidate should be Graduate/ Post-Graduate/PhD with Science, Engineering and other technical degrees or Domain experts, Research scholars, Professors or Legal Professionals (LL.B. & LL.M.) with technical background. Also, Candidates appearing for final year/ semester exam are eligible to apply.
Date of Commencement of the Program
24th June, 2011