The committee shall consist of
The IPR policy provides the mechanism for preservation and use of intellectual property and procedures through which invention and discoveries made in the course of institutional research are disseminated to the public through the transfer of knowledge. Institute always strive in producing and disseminating knowledge, there is inherent need to encourage creativity and scholarly works for the developments of new and useful materials, devices, processes and other intellectual property in the institution. During the endeavour of promoting education, faculty members, research scholars and the students are engaged in research and development work of considerable importance. Such works may lead to evolution of intellectual property know-how, copy-rights, designs, instruments, devices, processes, specimen, software and other inventions having potential for commercialization with or without the registration under different Acts enacted by the Government for protection of intellectual properties. The creation of intellectual property not only contributes to the professional development of the individuals involved, but also enhances the reputation of the institute, provides educational opportunities for students and promotes public welfare.
To meet the goals envisaged in the preamble of the Act, the institute is committed to providing an environment where innovation can flourish and those participating in these endeavors can be suitably rewarded for their efforts. At the same time, the institute also recognizes that certain intellectual properties can be developed as a result of the environment and the facilities provided by the institute and there exists a special relationship between the institute and its staff and scholars. The policy shall govern the intellectual property rights of the institute, faculty members, research scholars, students and other connected with the work, product, ideas and inventions created in connection with the activities of the institution.
Intellectual Property Rights shall include Patents, Trademarks, Copyrights, Trade Secrets and other species such as computer software or printed material, any new and useful process, machine, composition of matter, life form, article of manufacture, software, copyrighted work, such things as new or improved devices, circuits, chemical compounds, drugs, genetically engineered biological organisms, data sets, software, musical processes, or unique and innovative uses of existing inventions. For the purposes of these Ordinances Intellectual Property may or may not be patentable or copyrightable.
1. Indore Institute of Management and Research, Indore provides for patents as follows:
2. Indore Institute of Management and Research, Indore is obliged to:
3. Ownership of Intellectual Property
4. Intellectual Property Rights can be from:
5. The Institute Shall
6. The Creator Shall
All inventors/innovators ,who have interest ,direct or indirect ,in any party interested in the commercial exploitation of Institutes’ IP, shall make full and honest disclosure of the nature and extent of the such extent to the institute. If the inventor(s) and his/her family members have stake in a licensee company ,then they are required to disclose their stake in the company and licensee or an assignment of the rights of for a patent to the licensee–company in such circumstances ,shall be subject to the approval of the IPR cell.
Failure to declare his/her interest in the commercial exploitation of the Institute’s IP and /or to seek approval from the Institutes, shall subject such personal liable to disciplinary or the others actions which the Institutes shall, in its sole and absolute discretions, impose.