INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS CELL
The output of research is intellectual property (‘IP’) which manifests itself in such ways as new or substantially improved knowledge, products, services, materials, processes, designs and artistic works. It is necessary to protect the IP in order to enable organizations to earn recognition. Recently IPR has become a central issue in the developed and developing countries. The rationale for this IPR lies in the need to create awareness about the importance of IPRs as a markable financial asset and economic tool among the researchers, faculty and students of the college and to create conducive environment for the development of intellectual property.
Members of IPR Cell
- Dr. C. Immaculate Mary, M.C.A., M.Phil., Ph.D. Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science
- Dr. S. Akilanadeswari, M.Sc., Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry and
- Dr. B. Amudhambigai, M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics
- Dr. K. Poongodi, M.Com., M.L.I.S., M.Phil., Ph.D. Librarian
Intellectual Property Policy
- Promote, encourage and support all activities within the Institution that can result in patents, functional designs or related protection.
- Co-operate with all parties having an interest in appropriate creations, which would result in benefit for such parties and the Institution.
- Create an opportunity for product development and commercialization
- Establish effective mechanisms and procedures towards obtaining appropriate protection
- Intellectual Property agreements with third parties are likely to be developed in future
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