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education Updated: Nov 25, 2009 09:23 IST
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NLU announces diploma in IPR and patent law National Law University, Delhi, has announced postgraduate diploma in intellectual property rights (IPR) and patent law.

The training would be imparted through video-conferencing and the curriculum is specially devised to cater to the increasing demand of trained (legal and technical) intellectual property (IP) professionals in the industry, R&D organisations, government agencies and NGOs.

The programme would provide the participants with in-depth knowledge of the laws and process related to trademarks, copyrights, geographical indications, trade secrets, patents and other forms of IPRs, filing procedures and conducting trademark/prior art searches. The programme will have an extensive coverage on issues related to management of IP, such as, commercialisation, valuation, licensing and portfolio audit.
The training will also cover the technical aspects of writing patents and other forms of IP documents, within US, European and Indian processes.

The duration of the programme will be of 12 months and classes will be held twice a week.

The total fee for the programme is Rs 1.55 lakh. The last date of application is December 7. For more information, call 09268730013 / 011-46076571.
Executive MBA programme Ansal Institute of Technology (AIT), Gurgaon, plans to start an executive MBA programme for executives from MNCs. The programme is proposed to be started in collaboration with University of California, Los Angeles, where the execs will go for a two-week certification programme in international marketing and business strategies. Similarly, a one-year UCLA Certification on Management of Entertainment, with a possibility of internship in a Hollywood studio is also proposed.