ASSIGNMENT-9 Procedure for Obtaining Patent in IndiaName: Priyal AgrawalRegno: 16BCE0776Slot: TB2Course Code: PHY1999About 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.