Procedure for Obtaining Patent in India.pdf - ASSIGNMENT-9 Procedure for Obtaining Patent in India Name Priyal Agrawal Regno 16BCE0776 Slot TB2 Course

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ASSIGNMENT-9 Procedure for Obtaining Patent in India Name: Priyal Agrawal Regno: 16BCE0776 Slot: TB2 Course Code: PHY1999 About Patent: Patent is a legal document which is granted by the government which gives an inventor the exclusive right either to make or to use and sell an invention for a specified number of years. Patents are also accessible for significant improvements on previously invented items . The objective of the patent framework is to urge innovators to propel the condition of innovation by granting them exceptional rights to profit by their creations. For Patentable: To qualify for a patent, the inventions must meet the three essential tests. 1. It must be Novel implies that the invention did not previously exist. 2. The invention must be non-obvious, that implies the invention must be a significant improvement to existing technology. Simple changes to previously known devices don t involve a patentable invention.

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