Vous êtes sur la page 1sur 8

Concept Map

1.
A
Prashanth Sunagar

2.
B
Manjunath.R

3.
C
Charan Prasad

Program Coordinator
Dr. S.M.Naik

Signature

Date
10.08.2016

Signature

Date
10.08.2016

Working of patent
Obligations
Types of patents
Infringement of patents
Patent agents
Industrial design

Course Faculty: Manjunath.R

Features & classifcation


Rights conferred
Application & procedure
Infringement & remedies
Certifcation of TM
Joint & associated TMs

Trademarks

Course Faculty Name

Head of Department (Sign & Date)

Patent laws
Application for patent
Publication
Non-patentable inventions
Grant of patent
Term of patent

Manjunath.R

Rights and Obligations

Section

Concept of property
Constitutional aspects
Conventions & Treaties
Commercial exploitation
Enforcement of Rights
International Character

Patents

M S Ramaiah Institute of Technology


Department of Civil Engineering

COURSE DESIGN, DELIVERY AND ASSESMENT

Course Code: HSS 703

Course Name: Intellectual Property Rights

Evolution of Copyright law


Content & substance
Licenses
Registrar of Copyright
Application
Infringement
Joint & associated

Copyrights

Semester: VII

Introduction to IPR

Sl#

Intellectual Property Rights

Revision as per format MSRIT .F702 Rev. No. 2

Signature

Date

10.08.2016

10.08.2016

10.08.2016

Revision as per format MSRIT .F702 Rev. No. 2

Revision as per format MSRIT .F702 Rev. No. 2


COURSE DESIGN, DELIVERY AND ASSESMENT
Course code and Title : HSS 703
Course Credits : 3:0:0
Intellectual Property Rights
CIE : 50 Marks
SEE : 50 Marks
Total No. of Theory / Tutorial / Lab Hours : 42
Prepared by : Manjunath.R
Date : 10.08.2016
Reviewed by : Prashant Sunagar
Date : 10.08.2016
Course Objectives
1. Students will recognize what are property rights.
2. Students will understand the value and importance of legally protecting
ideas( intellectual property).
3. Review /describe and differentiate between copyright law, fair use and
plagiarism.
4. Identify examples of plagiarism, copyright violation, fair use .
Syllabus

Unit I

Introduction to Intellectual Property Rights: Concept of property, Nature and types of intellectual property,
Constitutional aspects of IPR, Conventions and treaties, Commercial exploitation of intellectual property, Intellectual
property and economic development, Enforcement of rights and remedies against infringement, International
character of intellectual property.
Unit II
Patents: Meaning of patent and its purpose, Object of patent law, Evolution of patent system, Application for patent,
Criteria for patentability, Non patentable inventions, Provisional and complete specification, Publication of the
application, Opposition to grant of patent, Grant of patent priority date, date of patent, date of sealing, Term of
patent.
Unit III
Rights and Obligations of Patent Holder: Rights of patent holder - monopoly, assignment, licence, Working of
patent and compulsory licence, Obligations of patent holder, Types of patents, Infringement of patents suits,
defence, reliefs, Patent agents qualifications and responsibilities, Industrial design - registration, rights,
infringement and remedies.
Unit IV

Revision as per format MSRIT .F702 Rev. No. 2


Trade Marks: Features and classification, Rights conferred by registration of trade mark, Marks not registrable,
Application and procedure for registration of trademarks - term and renewal, Assignment of trade mark, Infringement
of trade mark and remedies against infringement, Certification of trade mark, Trademark series, joint and associated
trademarks, service mark, collective mark.
Unit V
Copy Right: Evolution of copy right law, Meaning, content and substance of copy right, Ownership, rights and period
of copyright, Assignment of copyright and relinquishment, Licence and compulsory licences, Registrar of copyright
and copyright board, Application for registration, Infringement, remedies, offences and penalties, defences against
infringement. Fair use.
Text Books:

1. N.K.Acharya, Intellectual Property Rights, Asia Law House, Hyderabad.


2. Wadehra B.L., Intellectual Property Law Handbook, Universal Law Publishing Co. Ltd., New
Delhi.
References:

1. Dr.T.Ramakrishna, Basic Principles and Acquisition of Intellectual Property Rights, CIPRA,


NLSIU, Bangalore.
2. Dr.T.Ramakrishna, Ownership and Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights, CIPRA,
NLSIU, Bangalore

Course Contents and Lecture Schedule


Lesso
n
plan
No

UNIT 1: INTRODUCTION TO INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS

No. of hrs for


sub-heading

Introduction, concept of property, nature of intellectual property, Patents

Industrial Design, Trademarks, Copyright, Geographical Indicators etc

Constitutional aspects of IPR

Conventions and treaties

Revision as per format MSRIT .F702 Rev. No. 2


5

Commercial exploitation of intellectual property

Intellectual property and economic development

Enforcement of rights and remedies against infringement

International character of intellectual property, case studies

UNIT 2: PATENTS
9

Introduction, meaning of patent, object of patent law

10

Application for patent various types

11

Evolution of patent system

12

Criteria for patentability

13

Publication and public use, priority date

14

Non patentable inventions

15

Submission of application, provisional and complete specification

16

Examination of the application, advertisement of the acceptance

17

Opposition, grant and sealing of patent, term of patent

UNIT 3: Rights and Obligations of Patent Holder

18

Rights of patent holder - monopoly, assignment, licence

19

Working of patent, compulsory licence, use by government

20

Obligations of patent holder, register of patents

21

Types of patents

22

Infringement of patents - acts, suit and defence against infringement

23

Reliefs, punishable offences and penalties

24

Patent agents qualifications and responsibilities

Revision as per format MSRIT .F702 Rev. No. 2


25

Industrial design - registration, rights, infringement and remedies

UNIT 4: TRADE MARKS


26

Features and classification

27

Rights conferred by registration of trade mark

28

Marks not registrable

29

Application and procedure for registration of trademarks

30

Term, renewal and authorities

31

Assignment of trade mark, infringement of trade mark

32

Remedies against infringement, offences and penalties

33

Certification of trade mark, trademark series

34

Joint and associated trademarks, service mark, collective mark

UNIT 5: COPYRIGHT
35

Evolution of copy right law, Meaning of copyright

36

Content and substance of copy right, ownership and rights

37

Period of copy right, assignment of copyright and relinquishment

38

Licence and compulsory licences

39

Registrar of copyright and copyright board

40

Application for registration, infringement of copyright

41

Remedies against infringement, offences and penalties

42

Defences against infringement, fair use

Course Outcomes

Revision as per format MSRIT .F702 Rev. No. 2


A student who has successfully completed this course should:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

6.

have an understanding of the fundamental legal principles relating to confidential information, copyright,
patents, designs, trademarks and unfair competition;
be able to identify, apply and assess principles of law relating to each of these areas of intellectual property;
understand the legal and practical steps needed to ensure that intellectual property rights remain valid and
enforceable;
be able to demonstrate a capacity to identify, apply and assess ownership rights and marketing protection
under intellectual property law as applicable to information, ideas, new products and product marketing;
understand current and emerging issues relating to the intellectual property protection, including those
relating to indigenous knowledge or culture, information technology especially the distribution of material on
the internet, biotechnology and international trade; and
be able to anticipate and subject to critical analysis arguments relating to the development and reform of
intellectual property right institutions and their likely impact on creativity and innovation.

Mapping Course Outcomes with Program Outcomes:


Course
Outcom
es
1
2
3
4
5

Program Outcomes
PO1

PO2

PO3

PO4

PO5

PO6

PO7

PO8

PO9

PO1
0

PO1
1

PO1
2

Course Assessment and Evaluation:


What

C
I
E

Internal
assessme
nt tests
Classroom
open
book
assignme
nt

To
whom

When/
Where
(Frequency
in the
course)

Student
s

Thrice(Averag
e of the best
two will be
computed)
Twice( Averag
e of the two
will be
computed)

Max
mark
s

Evidence
collected

Contributing
to Course
Outcomes

Blue books

1, 2,3,4,5

Assignment
reports

2,3

Direct Assessment Methods

Revision as per format MSRIT .F702 Rev. No. 2


Case
analysis

Once

Case
solutions

3,4

Surprise
quiz

Once

Quiz
answers

2, 3

S Standard
E examinati
E
on

End of course
(Answering 5
of 10
questions)

100

Answer
scripts

1,2, 3

Students
feedback

Middle of the
course

Feedback
forms

--

End of course

Questionnaire

--

End of
course
survey

Student
s

Questions for CIE and SEE will be designed to evaluate the various educational
components (Blooms taxonomy) such as:

CIE and SEE evaluation


Sl.N
o

Blooms
Category

Test 1

Test 2

Test
3

Semester-End
Examination

Remember

10

Understand

30

20

20

20

Apply

60

60

60

60

Analyze

20

20

20

Evaluate

10

Create

Prepared by
Reviewed by

Name
Manjunath.R
Prashant Sunagar

Signature with Date