IPR Cell

Mr. D. S. Chandak

Coordinator

Team Members

  • Mr. A. R. Somwanshi (Civil Engineering)
  • Mr. K. U. Sharma (Computer Science & Engineering)
  • Mr. A. S. Dahane (Electrical & Electronics Engineering )
  • Mr. A. G. Kalbande ( Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering)
  • Mr. Aatif Sayeed (First Year Engineering)

Intellectual property is the product of the human intellect including creativity concepts, inventions, industrial models, trademarks, songs, literature, symbols, names, brands,….etc.

Protection of IPR allows the innovator, brand owner, patent holder and copyright holder to benefit from his/her work, labor and investment, which does not mean monopoly of the intellect. The IPR Cell takes care of the creative ideas, innovations, and discoveries of its faculty, students and technical staff, and the subsequent transfer of those ideas to use through extension services, training and commercial application.

The responsibilities & functions shall include (but not limited to) the followings:

1. To promote constant awareness about IPR.

2. To engage and conduct IP workshops/ seminars.

3. To provide guidance and consultancy to the faculty/students during their research to pursue their projects in the direction of Patent/IPR.

4. To encourage faculty members and students to engage in applied innovative research and development of products/process that can be transferred to the benefit of society at large.

5. To enable the transfer of these innovations to application for public benefit and commercial use, through transparent operations.

6. To encourage faculty and students to participate in the creation of inventions, IPR protection and commercial licensing activities.

7. To negotiate and manage agreements to the best advantage of the creator and the Institute which are consistent with the Intellectual Property Policy and guidelines.

The IPR Cell shall work in coordination with other Cell coordinators and HODs. Further, he/she shall be responsible for suggesting budgetary provisions for activities related to the cell.