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Training & Education

ITAG has generated a great impact in Strengthening Research capacity through organizing group events, individual training, corporate training, internship, workshop, seminars and conferences. Training at ITAG is based on the “learning by doing” approach. An expert group of technical and legal professionals offer training at several modalities covering all aspects of Intellectual property. Group events are organized with the duration of 1 to 2 weeks depending upon the subject and the nature of the course. ITAG has introduced a IP corporate training which is designed to target different domain of working professionals to get expertise in the required fields of IP.

Who can participate: 

  • Professionals from Industries, Research & Development, Scientists, research scholars
  • IPR related persons from IPR cell, Knowledge Process outsourcing (KPO) / Legal       Process   outsourcing officials (LPO), related person from knowledge management organizations
  • Attorneys, Legal Professionals, Patent Agents, Advisors, consultants
  • Professors, Lecturers, Students
  • Business and Commercial Sector people
  • Technological development, Management and Policy making in Government / Public or Private Sector
  • Small and Medium Enterprises.
  • IPR and Law Professionals
  • Doctors, Engineers, Pharma, medical back ground Persons

  Training Module:

  • General IPR introduction
  • Patent search
  • Drafting of a patent specification
  • IP Asset management
  • Patent (PCT & National phase) filing procedure, prosecution
  • Patent landscape preparation and portfolio management
  • Corporate training at different domains


Apple Inc., the consumer electronics giant has sued Motorola Mobility Inc. in the U.S. District Court, Southern District of California, claiming that its iPhone 4S is protected under a license agreement from Qualcomm Inc. Apple is attempting to defend against future injunctions from Motorola. Apple claimed protection from such court orders because of its rights as a customer of Qualcomm, whose chips are licensed by Motorola


Rambus Inc., one of the world's foremost technology licensing companies and NVIDIA, the leader in visual and parallel computing, have signed a patent license agreement covering a broad range of integrated circuit products.

The agreement the term of which is five years covers the use of Rambus patented innovations in a broad range of integrated circuit (IC) products offered by NVIDIA. The two companies have settled all outstanding disputes, including resolution of disputes relating to use of Rambus' patented innovations..


Universal Pictures International France and Ors have filed a copyright infringement case against the producers of the film 'The Jodi Breakers', Prasar Visions Pvt Ltd in the Bombay High Court. In their suit the co-producer of Heartbreakers and a part of American entertainment company NBC Universal Inc have sought a compensation of Rs 50 crore.