With an objective to create more awareness and sensitivity towards Intellectual Property Rights, a programme on Intellectual Property (IP) for MSMEs and start-ups will be held here on October 26.
The programme is a joint initiative of Intellectual Property Office of government of India and Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) in association with the Department of Industries and Commerce of the Kerala government, an FICCI release said.
It would cover topics including registration and commercialisation of IP-Challenges and the Way Forward, IP awareness, protection, enforcement and commercialisation Post National IPR Policy, introduction to IPR and its importance for MSMEs, IP in Sync With Vision of Make-In-India.
Senior officials from the central government's IP office, at Chennai, IPR experts from various industries and scholars would attend the programme, it said.
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