Press Trust of India|Aug 11, 2022
Delhi University forms 6-member committee to frame syllabus for course on patent laws
The committee is headed by Daman Saluja, Professor at Medical Biotechnology Laboratory, DU's B R Ambedkar Center for Biomedical Research.
NEW DELHI: The Delhi University (DU) has constituted a six-member committee for framing syllabus and other modalities for a course on patent laws. The committee is headed by Daman Saluja, Professor at Medical Biotechnology Laboratory, DU's B R Ambedkar Center for Biomedical Research, the university said in a notification. The other members are K Ratnabali, Assistant Professor in Law Centre-I, Raj Kishore Sharma from the Department of Chemistry, Sanjay Kapoor from the Department of Plant Molecular Biology, Ashwini Siwal and Garmina Khare from the Department of Biochemistry.
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"The University of Delhi has constituted a Committee for framing the syllabus and other modalities for a course on Patent Laws with immediate effect," the notification dated July 12 read. In May, Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan suggested Delhi University to start a short-term diploma course on the patent process. "The times are changing. Our country's inventions do not get patented. DU can start a short-term diploma course on the patent process," Pradhan had said during a three-day international seminar at the varsity.
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