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WELCOME TO ALL DELEGATES By Dr. S. N. Maity Controller General of Patents, Designs and Trade Marks Office of The Controller General of Patents, Designs and Trade Marks Govt. of India. PATENT OFFICE. PATENT INFORMATION SYSTEM. TRADE MARKS REGISTRY. GRANT OF PATENTS UNDER THE PATENTS
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WELCOME TO ALL DELEGATES By Dr. S. N. Maity Controller General of Patents, Designs and Trade Marks Office of The Controller General of Patents, Designs and Trade Marks Govt. of India

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PATENT OFFICE PATENT INFORMATION SYSTEM TRADE MARKS REGISTRY GRANT OF PATENTS UNDER THE PATENTS ACT, 1970 AND REGISTRATIONOF DESIGNS UNDER THE DESIGNS ACT,1911 DOCUMENTATION INCLUDING RERIEVAL AND TDISSEMINATION OF INFORMATION CONTAINED IN PATENT DOCUMENTS REGISTRATION OF TRADE MARKS UNDER THE TRADE AND MERCHANDISE MARKS ACT, 1958 CALCUTTA MADRAS CALCUTTA MADRAS NAGPUR AHMEDABAD NEW DELHI MUMBAI NEW DELHI MUMBAI Organizational Chart CONTROLLER GENERAL OF PATENTS,DESIGNS AND TRADE MARKS MINISTRY OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL POLICY AND PROMOTION

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What rights a Patent presents on the patentee If the patent is for an item :- -the privilege to keep others from -production -utilizing -offering available to be purchased -offering -bringing in the protected item

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What rights a Patent gives on the patentee If the patent is for a procedure :- - the privilege to keep others from the demonstration of - utilizing the procedure - utilizing the item straightforwardly acquired by the procedure - offering available to be purchased the item specifically gotten by the procedure - offering the item specifically got by the procedure - bringing in the item specifically got by the procedure

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What is Invention Under Section 2(1)(j) "Development" implies another item or process including a creative stride and equipped for mechanical application; "imaginative stride" implies a component that makes the innovation not evident to a man gifted in the craftsmanship; "fit for modern application", in connection to an innovation, implies that the development is fit for being made or utilized as a part of an industry.

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Non Patentable Inventions [Under Section 3] A creation which is pointless or which claims anything clear in opposition to entrenched characteristic laws; a development the essential or expected utilize or business abuse of which could be in spite of open request or profound quality or which causes genuine preference to human, creature or vegetation or wellbeing or to the earth; c) the minor revelation of a logical standard or the plan of a theoretical hypothesis or disclosure of any living things or non-living substance happening in nature;

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Non Patentable Inventions [Under Section 3] the insignificant disclosure of any new property or new use for a known substance or of the simple utilization of a known procedure, machine or device unless such known process brings about another item or utilizes no less than one new reactant; a substance got by a negligible admixture coming about just in the accumulation of the properties of the parts thereof or a procedure for delivering such substance; the unimportant game plan or re-course of action or duplication of known gadgets every working autonomously of each other knownly;

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Non Patentable Invention [Under Section 3] - Section 3(g) of the Patents Act,1970 has been discarded; a strategy for agribusiness or cultivation; any procedure for the restorative, surgical, corrective, prophylactic, symptomatic, remedial or other treatment of individual or any procedure for a comparative treatment of creatures to render them free of ailment or to build their financial esteem or that of their items;

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Non Patentable Inventions [Under Section 3] a negligible plan or administer or technique for performing mental act or strategy for playing amusement; a presentation of data; geography of incorporated circuits; an innovation which, as a result, is customary information or which is a total or duplication of known properties of customarily known segment or segments\'.

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Atomic Energy Related Inventions Not Patentable ( Under Section 4 ) No patent might be allowed in regard of a development identifying with Atomic vitality falling inside sub area (1) of segment 20 of the Atomic Energy Act, 1962. e.g. Developments identifying with mixes of Uranium, Beryllium, Thorium, Plutonium, Radium, Graphite, Lithium and more as informed by Central Government every now and then.

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Product essentially Claims - Not Patentable [Under Section 5(1)] guaranteeing substances expected for utilize or fit for being utilized as sustenance or as pharmaceutical or medication or identifying with substances arranged or delivered by concoction forms (counting composites, optical glass, semiconductors and intermetallic mixes), Only procedure of fabricate of above substances is patentable \'Clarification – For the motivation behind this segment "compound procedures" incorporate biochemical, biotechnological and microbiological forms\'.

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Product essentially Claim Under Section 5(2) Notwithstanding anything contained in Sub Section (I), a claim for patent of an innovation for a substance itself planned for utilize, or equipped for being utilized, as solution or medication, aside from the prescription or medication, determined under sub-statement (v) of condition (l) of sub area (I) of segment 2, might be made and should be managed, without preference to the next arrangement of this Act, in the way gave in Chapter IVA. (i.e. allow of Exclusive Marketing Right).

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Patent Grant Procedure Filing of patent application Publication following year and a half Request for Examination: Acceptance or Refusal Notification of acknowledgment in the Gazette of India Opposition to give of patent GRANT OF A PATENT

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