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Which is the famous sweet of Agra?

Q1:-Which is the famous sweet of


Agra?

A1:-Petha sweet is the famous of


Agra.
Q1:-Which is the famous sweet of Agra?
A1:-Petha sweet is the famous of Agra.

Q2:- Which brand is famous for


petha?
Q1:-Which is the famous sweet of
Agra?
A1:-Petha sweet is the famous of Agra
Q2:- Which brand is famous for petha?

A2:- PANCHI Petha brand is famous


for petha.
Q1:-Which is the famous sweet of Agra?
A1:-Petha sweet is the famous of Agra.
Q2:- Which brand is famous for petha?
A2:- PANCHI Petha brand is famous for
petha.

Q3:- Why does another company can not


use the name of Panchi petha?
Q1:-Which is the famous sweet of Agra?
A1:-Petha sweet is the famous of Agra.
Q2:- Which brand is famous for petha?
A2:- PANCHI Petha brand is famous for
petha.
Q3:- Why does another company can not
use the name of Panchi petha?
A3:________________________________
Introduction
Patents are granted by a government for a
novel invention for a limited period of
time.
In modern usage, the term patent usually
refers to the right granted to anyone who
invents any new, useful, and non-obvious
process, machine, article of manufacture,
or composition of matter.
Some other types of intellectual property
rights are also called patents in some
jurisdictions:
• industrial design rights are called design
patents in the US.
• plant breeders' rights are sometimes
called plant patents.
A patent is an exclusive monopoly grant
by the govt. of an inventor over his
invention for limited period of time.

Exclusive right implies that no one else


can make, use, manufacture or market
the invention without the consent of the
patent holder.
1856 Protection of invention
1911 Indian patents & designs act

1972 Patents act (act 39 of 1970) –


only process patents | 14 year, 5
year (food/drug)
1975 India joins WIPO
1999 India signs TRIPS (after joining
WTO)
1999, 2002, 2004, 2005 Amendments -Product patents |
20 years patent period Journey
of Indian Patent System
Q1:-Patent is given for
a)15 years
b)10 years
c)20 years
d)5 years
Q2:-What do you
mean by exclusive
monopoly ?
Objectives of patent
It provides protection of creativity of
creators.
 To promotes the creativity of new
creators.
 To accelerate the technological and
industrial development of the countries.
 To provide the exclusive right to
invention and affords protection
against unauthorized use of invention
by third parties.
 Understand the meaning of
specifications.
 To encourage inventions.
Q1:-Which thing
Patent accelerate in
the country?

Q2:-How patent protect


creativity of creators?
Recaptualisation

Fill in the blanks

A. In which year India signs TRIPS _________.

B. Patents are granted by ___________

C. Patent provides protection of__________


.
True/ false

1.India sign first TRIPS than


WTO.__________

2. Protection of invention act comes in


1857 in India._________
Q:- Write down the
concept of patent.