News And Updates
Course Director & Author
Dr Sheetal Chopra is a Course Director of the programme Intellectual Property Talent Search Examination (IPTSE) and has authored its course contents “A Story Book of Intellectual Property”, available in English and Hindi. She has 18+ years of Industry experience in Public Policy, Education, Research and Government Affairs. She is a registered Indian Patent Agent and an Author of the book for “Patent Practitioners and Patent Agents” by Notion Press, available at Amazon.
Intellectual Property Talent Search Examination
As technical change reshapes the world economy, intellectual property (IP) has grown in importance and taken on a central economic role. The increasing globalization of economic affairs and the increased knowledge intensity of economic activities have lead to the emergence of knowledge economy.
The objective of the proposed Intellectual Property Talent Search Examination (IPTSE) is to help spread awareness on Intellectual Property and foster spirit of innovation and enterprise amongst India’s vast young talent pool. Besides, this initiative would help to identify and tap excellence in the realm of Patent, Copyright, and Trademark & Design – collectively known as Intellectual Property (IP). The modus operandi would entail dissemination of online module on IP followed by an online exam targeted at class IX to XII school students and college students. Further, this exam is for UGs (Undergraduation).
How To Apply
- School Students (through schools)
- College Students
- School Students from Class 9-12
- Under Graduate College Students (any stream)
- School Students
- College Students
ASSOCHAM the country’s apex organization representing over 4,50,000 Industrial & Commercial entities pleased to announce 1st National Intellectual Property Talent Search Examination (IPTSE) for school and college students. The Intellectual Property Talent Search Examination (IPTSE) provides insights of each and every aspect of the intellectual property rights. Besides, the competition is kept dynamic to cover the changing dynamics of the Intellectual Property domain, especially in India.
ASSOCHAM considers the optimization of protection and management of IPRs and timeliness to be amongst the priority goals for improvement of the Indian Eco System. The prime objective of the IPTSE is to encourage young people’s interest in intellectual property issues & motivate them for innovative search and development of prospective projects and facilitating their commercialization.
I am delighted to comment on this Intellectual Property Talent Search Examination (IPTSE) which I find very helpful and apt for India’s current business scenario. As Indian companies compete in global business environment- IP is getting more and more attention, not only in large corporations but also amongst SMEs and Start-ups. The exam being offered through this Intellectual Property Talent Search Examination (IPTSE) is in line with Indian government vision and I am sure they would not only be useful for IP professionals to further their skills but also for students who want to be part of the growing IP ecosystem in India.
“Creation and sharing of Intellectual Property is vital for spurring competition and for Socio-Economic Development of the Society”. Respectable IP culture that duly recognizes efforts of innovators is key to sustainable innovation cycle.
“Ericsson having large portfolio of patents has always shared its technology. We believe in collaboration and co-creation of Intellectual property that benefits society”. Ericsson stands committed to enable and support students emerge as skilled IP professionals.
“For an effective and inclusive career development, it is important that young minds are sensitized towards developing innovations that are globally acceptable”. Intellectual Property, being an intangible asset finds no boundaries and helps in inclusive growth”. Teachers are encouraged to learn and disseminate importance of Intellectual Property”