Distance Learning

This programme is offered keeping in mind, professionals who are not able to attend the classroom sessions. Also, people who are residing out of Mumbai & India can also gain the advantage of Distance learning courses.

Salient features are:

  • Admissions open for all 365 days
  • Webinar sessions on 4-5 key topics by experienced industrial faculties
  • User-friendly notes based on current guidelines.
  • Time flexibility for attending assessments
  • Question bank based on common interview questions
  • Certification after course completion

Course execution:

    • Course will commence after completion of the admission formalities.
    • Notes & CD containing relevant guidelines & formats will be couriered in 2 weeks time.
    • Presentations and important questions will be emailed.
    • Students can listen to the webinar sessions on important RA topics
    • Queries can be emailed.

– For students residing in Mumbai- assessment will be conducted at IPM, Dombivli, and grade will be allotted

– For students residing outside Maharashtra/ India, assignments will be given and
additional on-line interviews will be conducted

Patent Law

PG Diploma in Patent Law by Distance Learning:

Course highlights

  • IPR and Patents

Patents, Trademarks, Copyrights, Industrial designs Layout design of integrated circuits Undisclosed information-Trade secrets

  • International Conventions

Paris Convention, TRIPS, Bio-diversity Madrid Agreement, World Trade Organization World Intellectual Property Organization Budapest Treaty, Patent Cooperation Treaty

  • Patent search

Databases Types, Advantages International Patent classification Orange Book

  • Indian Patent Act 1970
  • US Patent regime
  • Europe Patent regime.

Strasbourg convention, The European Patent Convention
The Community Patent Convention
EPO Procedures, European Patent Practice

  • Enforcement of Patents

Term of a Patent  & calculation of expiry date
Compulsory licensing, Licenses of right, Obligations of a Patentee

  • Exploitation of Patents

Rights of a patentee
Infringement and remedies

  • Abuse of Patents

Statement on Working of Patents
Voluntary Licensing and compulsory Licensing