Event – Session on – WHY ‘IP’ IS IMPORTANT IN ACADEMIA?
Date – 23rd April, 2021.
MIC has announced a talk by Dr. Anand Deshpande, Founder and CMD, Persistent Systems in the gracious presence of Hon’ble Chairman AICTE; VCM, AICTE; M. S. AICTE and CIO, MoE’s Innovation Cell on topic “From your Ph.D./Master thesis to a Start-Up”.
Date: 23rd April 2021, 11AM
The session will be very useful for faculty members, Ph.D. & Masters Scholars.
The session was streamed live on MIC’s YouTube Channel.
Alternate direct Link to watch the live session: https://youtu.be/bS-0WbeLzFc
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Key learning –
It was an innovative initiative to impose IP in various institutions in India. It helps in the holistic development of an individual, not just academically but with respect to research and knowledge in many other domains that are the most happening in and around the world. Institutional collaboration on IP management and innovation can enrich the country’s economy.
Insights into the session –
Dr. Abhay Jere and Dr. Mohit Gambhir expressed the importance of IP in academia. According to his research, in the age of knowledge and information, ideas and concepts dictates economy. Universities and institutions play key role in solving the societal problems through research. Universities like Sandford, Michigan, Southern California and many more have contributed to the society through their well-established research centres. He suggests developing a self-sustaining circle of research and innovation through institutional collaboration to build the capacity of the contributors. He observes, Universities, public and private research institutions can become the factories of knowledge and economy with the inclusion and institutionalization of IP in their curriculum.
The theme of World IP day 2021 is “IP and SMEs: Taking your ideas into market”. Considering the importance of Academia in promoting IPs and innovations, MHRD had organized this talk to promote filing of IPs and initiate Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the academic ecosystem. More than 5000 faculty and students were participated in the session.