Workshop on the Intellectual Property Laws- Practice and Procedure
Workshop on Intellectual Property Laws-Practice and Procedure was organized by Kristu Jayanti College of Law in association with RK Dewan and Co on 31st October 2018. The programme was inaugurated by Hon. Justice Shylendra Kumar Retd. Judge High Court Of Karnataka and the Current Chairman of fee fixation committee for private professional institutions. Sir spoke on how IP law has emerged to be the buzzword of the day. And also how the European model of IP protection was changed to suit the Indian scenario. Sir also discussed important case laws such as the Novartis case and Gorbachevs case.
First session of the workshop was taken by Sri. Raghavendra Sanjeeva Rao, who delivered the talk on an overview of IP laws in India. The second session was addressed by Prof Dr Ishwar Bhat, Vice Chancellor Karnataka State Law University, Hubali who spoke on Copyrights and Protection Laws. The third session was taken over by Ms Amritha Gurunathan, Executive of RK Dewan spoke about the Geographical Indications. The next session was taken over by Prof. Naresh Asuri, Patent Agent who briefed about the Registration of the Patents.
The valedictory ceremony which was taken over by Mr. Sanjeeth Hedge, Senior Executive, Banana IP, who addressed about Trademarks and its Importance and also spoke of the unique features of trademarks and its associations with the business .The certificates were distributed to all the participants and the programme came to an end with a successful completion of workshop on the Intellectual Property Laws-Practice and Procedure.
State Level Conference
Title: Security for prosperity
TIME: 11.00 A.M.
NAME OF THE RESOURCE PERSON
Sri Shankar Bidari
(Former Director General & Inspector General of Police (DG & IGP), Govt of Karnataka.
Saleem Ali , (Fomer Special Director, CBI)
Mr. Asif Iqbal
(President, IETO) Lt Gen P G Kamath PVSM AVSM YSM SM Karnataka Human Rights Commission
Shri P H Rane IPS
Former DIG, Lokayukta and IGP, Director, Police Academy, Mysore
Mr. David Keynan
Federation of Israel, chamber of Commerce
Sri Amresh Puri
State Convener IT Cell BJP
Mr Hendrikas Van Dord
Ministry of Interior, Netherland
Prof G S Murthy
Mr Ravi Adiga
Booth University Chicago
Sri Babu Anjanappa
Assistant Commissioner of Police, Intelligence Wing Political Bangalore.
An objective of the conference was to discuss about the importance of the security for the prosperity of this world. It aimed to discuss the how much threat there is on the security in each and every walks of our life and as to how those issues can be addressed. What are the roles of the legal professionals in helping the society in restoring its security.
3. PROGRAMME SCHEDULE
1. Welcome speech rev Fr Augustine George
2. Lighting the lamp by the dignitaries
3. Introduction of guest by students
4. Master of ceremony by Prof Raksha Prakash
4. Chief Guests were invited to address the gathering and the keynote address
6. Commencement of Interactive session
7. Queries by students and faculties.
8. Vote of thanks by Prof Mohan Rao Bolla and mementos were offered to the guest.
1st Semester BA. LLB
1st Semester BBA. LLB
1st Semester BCom., LLB and all the Faculties in Law.
Students of MBA and faculty members
5. FEED BACK
Good and interactive session.
6. ATTACHED DOCUMENTS
1. Student Feed Back Form
2. All functions and Guest Photos
3. Students Report also attached
7. BRIEF HIGHLIGHTS ABOUT THE PROGRAMME
Kristu Jayanti College Of Law in association with the Indian Economic Trade Oranoisation conducted the conference on 7th October 2017 which was commenced by 11 am. Father Augustine, Director Of The Law College welcomed the gathering. Mr. Asif Iqbal President, Indian Economic Trade Organization spoke about the importance about the security for the prosperity of an individual and as whole country. He gave a prelude to the conference and highlighted as to what all other dignitary speakers are going to speak. He spoke about the importance of the security awareness programme .Rev. Fr. Josekutty, Principal, Kristu Jayanti College ,addressed the gathering about the banes of the cyber crimes and need to protect the data. Sri Shankar Bidari spoke about the relevance of the topic of conference and how it has become an international importance and external security which is responsible for the security of the country will be in charge of the defence. He said that the law should be effective and it should speedily dispose off the cases to have the effective remedy and impose punishment on the wrongdoers . But unfortunately the criminal justice of India has collapsed and that the steps have to taken to amend the laws to make it more efficient. Mr. Saleem Ali, delivered the keynote address and delivered security means being free from the internal and external threat. He spoke about the nuclear proliferation which is the owing of the the nuclear weapons which is by far owned y the US, Russia, India Pakistan China Israel etc.. he told about the india s border issues with chian and Pakistan and said dealing the issue with hunamne approacha cam only solve the problem. He spoke about the internal threat like Kashmir, red corridor , communalism etc.Lt. gen p. g kamath explained the india defence preparedness and explained the nathula incident.Later mr. david keynan gave the keynote address on the securiry challenges of Israel and spoke abput the defence and the cyber crimes and that the Israel is the largest exporter of the cyber security. Later on mr. chris pohl came and spoke about Germanys security measures and the issuers they are facing in the security matters. In the second session, first speaker was mr. ph rane ips, spoke about the different security measures .sri amaresh puri spoke about the cyber crimes in social media and about different measures to protect ourselves from it. Mr. hendrikes van dord spoke about security and that we wont be harmed unless we do something .prof g s murthy spoke about the north east insurgeny policies. At the end, mr. babu anjanappa spoke about the terrorism and the problem which are followed along with many stories.