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About Bishop Cotton Women’s Christian Law College

Bishop Cotton Women’s Christian Law College is one of the prestigious Law Institutions in India offering undergraduate B.B.A., LL.B (5 years) and LL.B (3 years) degree programmes and has grown enormously in the past 18 years. Bishop Cotton Women’s Christian Law College is the only law college in Karnataka, imparting legal education exclusively for women. To instill awareness of the cause of women in the minds of young girls and to empower them with values, this exclusive Institution for legal education was inaugurated on 14th July, 2002.

The college is recognized by the Government of Karnataka approved by the Bar Council of India and is affiliated to the Karnataka State Law University, Hubballi. The college is managed by the Board of Management of Karnataka Central Diocese, Church of South India.

About Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology (KSCST)

Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology (KSCST) was one of the first State S&T Councils to be set up in the country established in the year 1975 at Indian Institute of Science Campus. It is an autonomous S&T Organization under the Department of Science & Technology, Government of Karnataka.

From several decades KSCST has been pro-actively engaging itself to identify, propose and implement S&T based solutions to locale-specific needs/problems in the broad areas of Water, Education, Energy, Housing, Geospatial Technologies and Infrastructure etc in the State. In cooperation with the Indian Institute of Science and several other premier R&D institutions, KSCST executes many projects and programmes aimed at improving socio-economic conditions of the people of the State.

The Patent Information Centre (PIC), KSCST tirelessly is willing to create awareness, capacity building, basic and advance training programmes on Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs). Further, PIC, KSCST is establishing IP cells across Karnataka in Science/Engineering Institutions / Universities.

About the Organizers

Bishop Cotton Women’s Christian Law College is opening yet another Chapter in its process of growth towards enhancing the knowledge by venturing into the field of Intellectual Property. We are collaborating with the Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology (KSCST), an autonomous Science and Technology Organization under the Department of Science and Technology, Government of Karnataka, in organizing the Five Day National Virtual Workshop on “Intellectual Property Rights and Innovations” from 1st to 5th September 2020.

Target Audience

Academicians, Professionals, Research Scholars, Entrepreneurs and Students.

About the Workshop

‘Necessity is the Mother of all Inventions’ the systematic change that the Globe is passing through changed the conduct of life. Intellectual Property became the strong pillar of the modern society, which engulfs in its ambit the research and development of large multinational companies, budding entrepreneurs, literary and artistic works, designs, marks, images, names etc., emitting from human intelligence.

To reap the fruits of higher economic growth of a nation where the economy flourishes because of Intellectual Property, there is an imminent necessity to Promote, Protect and Realize the Intellectual Property, by creating awareness about the rights of the people over their intellectual creation. The contours of law too have undergone tremendous evolution from physical systems to digitization of governance and order.

This National Virtual Workshop creates a platform where the seeds are sworn to identify and protect one’s intellectual efforts. The Workshop on Intellectual Property Rights and Innovations covers various aspects of Intellectual Property Rights like Patents, Copyrights, Designs, Trademarks and Geographical Indications.

Objective of the Workshop

The National Virtual Workshop aims to provide in-depth knowledge of Intellectual Property Rights. Though the growth of the economic market is driven by Intellectual Property, the lack of awareness on the Intellectual Property Rights has been a challenge in furthering economic growth.

To face these challenges, it is important to rekindle the intelligence of the human brain to involve in innovations, thus creating Intellectual Property. This created Intellectual Property needs incentives and protection. The workshop will not only facilitate a systematic understanding of the Laws and Rules of Intellectual Property Rights protection, motivates all to develop their innovative skills and equips the participants to protect their innovations.

Key Take Away

  • Lecture series on Intellectual Property Rights and Innovations.
  • Knowledge sharing from the subject experts.
  • Issue of E- Certificate to all participants.

General Rules

  1. The platform used to conduct this Workshop will be Google Meet.
  2. There will be no registration fees charged for this National Virtual Workshop. The Registration will close by 31st August 2020, 11.59 p.m.
  3. Please make sure you register with the link given here. 
  4. Join the Workshop with your registered name through the link provided at least 10 minutes in advance to the scheduled time.
  5. To avoid unnecessary disturbances please keep your microphones muted unless the Question and Answer Session is underway.
  6. Questions can also be posted on the Chat Box.
  7. Please refrain from putting up questions to the Speaker during the ongoing session.
  8. Do not share the link with any unregistered participants.
  9. E-Certificates shall be provided to the registered participants after filling the Feedback Form posted in the Chat Box at the end of every session.
  10. E-Certificates will be provided only if the participants attend all the sessions.
  11. The E- Certificates will be sent to the registered email address by 15th September 2020.

Contact Details

Workshop Director: Dr. Shiny Harsha: Principal/Chairperson- IQAC

Email: [email protected]

Mr. Nagarjun M G: Project Associate, KSCST

Email: [email protected]

Convenor: Ms. Nalina. N: Assistant Professor: 9742900250

Co-Convenors: Ms. Indirani K.S: Assistant Professor: 9449506030

Ms. Jyothi K.M”: Assistant Professor: 9844341699 is now on Telegram. Follow us for regular legal updates and judgements from the court. Follow us on Google News, InstagramLinkedInFacebook & Twitter. You can also subscribe for our Weekly Email Updates. Libertatem Group does not take any responsibility for the accuracy of this Event Notification. The post has been shared as we received it from the event organizers/host.


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