IPR Society, Campus Law Centre, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi

In a knowledge-driven world, intangible assets including intellectual property (IP), and intellectual property rights (IPR) are gaining utmost importance in all walks of life. The goods are becoming valuable not because of their physicality but their intellectual content.
Academic institutions have become a powerhouse of intellectual property, continuously generating various forms of IP. However, due to a lack of awareness, realisation and training of IPR, we have not been able to tap the knowledge and skill of the academic workforce that can significantly contribute to the social, cultural, scientific, technological and economic progress of the country. Intellectual property rights are not only to exploit the property but also to recognise, protect and enforce its creators’ rights- to give them their due through a fair process. IP reflects a progressive trend of both; an academic institution/organisation and a

The awareness and a sense of realisation of IPR ensure protection, enforcement and respect for the same. As a premier law institution, Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi commits to undertake a responsibility to IPR awareness, education, training and research through its IPR society. Furthering the aim of the National IPR Policy 2016 in tune with “Creative India
and Innovative India”, the society will focus on the following objectives:

  1. To create IP awareness among students, academics and society at large.
  2. To examine and analyse the execution and implementation of the National IPR
  3. To supplement students’ knowledge with practical training of IPR and train them to
    the current demands by conducting training programmes. 
  4. To provide insights into the cutting-edge technologies in the IP domain such as
    blockchain, AI, information technology, biotechnology and life sciences.
  5. To facilitate the understanding and importance of IP valuation and commercialisation.
  6. To promote interdisciplinary research and interactions for mutual learning and
    understanding of the intricacies of IPR.
  7. To extend institutional assistance to help promote the IP generation, protection and
    enforcement in different departments and institutes of the University of Delhi.
  8. To explore the other vital aspects of IPR not covered in the academic curriculum. 

Executive Body of the IPR Society, Campus Law Centre

Faculty Convener :
Dr. Kshitij Kumar Singh

Faculty Members :
Dr. Vandana Mahalwar
Dr. Shikha Sharma
Dr. Silky Mukherjee
Dr. Dinesh Dayma

Student Executive Body of the IPR Society, Campus Law Centre

To be constituted soon.