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INTRODUCTION (Why Patents?) The Indian law governing and safeguarding inventions is enshrined in the Patents Act, 1970. A patent provides a right to an inventor(s) to exclude others from exploiting the patented invention. Therefore, anyone other than the inventor cannot use, make or sell the patented invention without permission from the inventor. The exclusive right obtained via patenting the said invention will give the right to commercialize the same exclusively and hence higher returns in the market by virtue of having the...

The Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MCI) on September 21, 2021 issued the Patents (Amendment) Rules, 2021 to further amend the Patents Rules, 2003. Accordingly following amendments are proposed: Rule 2 (ca), which specifies the definitions, a new definition has been inserted, namely:“eligible educational institution' means an institution established by a Central, Provincial or State Act, which is owned or controlled by the Government, and is wholly or substantially financed by the Government.”Rule 7 (1), for the second proviso, the following proviso...

The world has become one big place now, and one no longer experiences the earlier hindrances that were restricted by physical boundaries with easy access to almost everything. People all over have changed their perception over the years, and now we see this globe as one! Similarly, technologies too, among other things, have now found access in almost every country. One of the gateways opened in the recent years is for inventions which get patent protection not only in the home...