Institute of Patent Attorneys, India (IPAI) is a unit of “Intellectual Property Research Institute (IPRI), New Delhi” and is providing professional training in Intellectual Property Rights for candidates to appear for Patent Agents and Trademark Agents Examination, conducted by Ministry of Commerce and Industry (Government of India) through Patent and Trademark Offices and obtaining qualifications necessary to practice as a Patent Agent and Trademark Agent under the Act and Rules.
IPAI is organizing, a two days training programme on introduction of IPR and career scope for Patent and Trademark Attorneys.
Date: 9th – 10th April, 2016
Venue: Institute of Patent Attorneys, New Delhi
Who should join?
Scientists, Junior Advocates, Professionals, Company Secretaries, Chattered Accountants and Consultants. Research Scholars, Post Graduates and Graduates in Science, Engineering, Technology, Pharmacy and Law. Company Secretary Trainees, Chattered Accountant Trainees and other persons interested in Intellectual Property Rights.
Benefits of the training programme:
The Training programme will introduce the importance of Intellectual Property Rights, various types of IPR, Patent, Trademark, Geographical Indication of goods, Copyright and Industrial Design etc.
- The Registration Feesis Rs. 4,000/-
Email the Registration form with passport size photographs pasted on it to: email@example.com, with Cash Deposit Slip / Transaction details.
The last date for submitting the application for registration is 5th April, 2016.
Institute of Patent Attorneys, India (IPAI)
2nd Floor, 151, Seth Square,
Above SBI, Ramphal Chowk,
Sector – 7, Dwarka, New Delhi – 110 077
Phone: 011-43038680, +91-9810395199, +91-9388832525.
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