IPR CELL

IPR CELL

DBIT IPR Cell was established on November 16, 2018, in association with KSCST GoK and CIPAM GoI, to create awareness and offer assistance to academicians, researchers, entrepreneurs and innovators to identify, protect and manage IPR.IPR Cell involves in educating importance of IPR for the research scholars and faculty members. IPR Cell is functioning as the nodal centre for Industries, Small and Medium Entrepreneurs, Educational and Research Institutions for IPR related activities.Ṁ

  • Intellectual Property Rights Cell at Don Bosco Institute of Technology aims to evolve in to a centre of excellence in IPR education with global suitability.

  • To provide knowledge on IPR terminologies.

  • To inculcate awareness about the intellectual Property Rights among faculty members, Researchers by the conduct of FDP’s workshops on related topics.

  • To guide faculty members, Researchers and students about patent drafting, formulations of claims and filing for commercialisation of their innovative ideas.

  • Executive Director: Patron

  • Principal: Chairman

  • Dean (Research and Development): Adviser

  • Chief-Coordinator: Convener

  • Concerned HOD: Member

  • Accounts Officer: Member

Patent Filed / Granted

Sl. No. Title of the Patent Application number Status of Application File Date Inventor Name
1. 11Ghz RADIO TRANSCEIVER ARCHITECTURE WITH F-OFDM AND 128 QAM MODULATION FOR 5G MOBILE SYSTEM 202041042872 Filed 01-10-2020 SANTOSH M NEJAKAR, Dr. Nataraj K R, Dr. Prabhu G Benakop
2. RASPBERRY PI BASED SMART REFRIGERATOR TO RECOGNIZE FRUITS AND VEGETABLES REMOTELY 202041047218 Filed 29-10-2020 SANTOSH M NEJAKAR, Dr. Nataraj K R
3. AN EFFICIENT APPROACH FOR TRAFFIC CONGESTION AND MANAGEMENT USING IOT DEVICES AND ITS IMPLEMENTATION ON FPGA 202041047230 Filed 29-10-2020 SHEELA S, SANTOSH M NEJAKAR, DR. NATARAJ K R
4. ANTIMICROBIAL COCONUT SOAP COMPOSITION 202041047239 Filed 29-10-2020 2019-2020Dr. J P Shubha, Dr. Nataraj K R
5. AN INTELLIGENT SYSTEM WITH GESTURE CONTROL TO AID HEARING AND SPEECH DISABLED PEOPLE 202041048106 Filed 04-11-2020 Dr. ANASUYA N JADAGERIMATH, SANTOSH M NEJAKAR, Dr. NATARAJ K R
6. MODIFIED PISTON HEAD TO IMPROVE THE COMBUSTION RATE IN INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES 202041048270 Filed 05-11-2020 Dr ARUN A MAGADUM, Dr. NATARAJ K R
7. ROLLING SEISMIC BASE INSOLATOR USING STAINLESS STEEL BALLS ATTACHED TO THE UPPER PLATE OF BASE ISOLATOR 202041056910 Published E-12/2/2021/CHE 08-01-2021 Mr Santosh H P, Mr. Gobinath
8. PALM, SOLE (FOOT) AND HIP MASSAGE BASE PLATE WITH ROLLING STEEL BALLS 202041057081 Published E-12/6/2021/CHE Mr Santosh H P, Mr. Gobinath, Mr. Santosh M Nejakar
9. PRODUCTION OF BIO FERTILIZERS IN SOLID WASTE BY USING AUTOMATED COMPOSTING MACHINE 202141030250 Filed 06-07-2021 Dr R L Ramesh, Gobinath S
10. ARTIFICIAL SPEAKING IOT BASED “TALKING HAND” AN ASSISTIVE DEVICE FOR DUMB PEOPLE IN REGIONAL LANGUAGE KANNADA 2021103792 Granted 01.07.2021 SANTOSH M NEJAKAR, Dr. Nataraj K R
11. REAL TIME TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT SYSTEM USING MACHINE LEARNING AND IMAGE PROCESSING 2021105151 Granted 09.07.2021 SANTOSH M NEJAKAR, Dr. Nataraj K R, SHEELA S
12. AI BASED SMART METER FOR WATER UTILIZATION AND QUALITY MONITORING USING IOT 2021105151 Granted 09.07.2021 SANTOSH M NEJAKAR, Dr. Nataraj K R

Copyright Applied

Sl. No. Title of the Copyright work Dairy number Status of Application File Date Inventor Name
1. KavanaGuccha By Anuprama 17777/2020-CO/L Granted L-98453/2021 05/11/2020 Registration Date: 12/01/2021 Dr. Anasuya N Jadagerimath
2. Kinetic and Mechanistic studies on the oxidation of some organic substrates by organic monohaloamines. 18423/2020-CO/L Applied 13/11/2020 Dr.J P Shubha
3. Kinetic and Mechanistic Chemistry of Some Important Redox Reactions Using N-halogeno N-Metalloarylsulfonamides 18395/2020-CO/L Applied 13/11/2020 Dr. Manjunatha A S
4. Evaluation of Mechanical and Tribological Properties of boron carbide particulates and short basalt fiber reinforced AL2014 based hybrid composites 18415/2020-CO/L Granted L-99182/2021 13/11/2020 Dr. Ranganatha S R
5. Algorithms for the early detection and classification of oral cancer 18124/2020-CO/L Granted L-101244/2021 10/11/2020 Registration Date: 05/04/2021 Dr. Rajashekhargouda C. Patil
6. Design of Low Power High Speed Analog CMOS Components. 9253/2021-CO/L Granted L-103545/2021 21/05/2021 Dr. Rashmi S B
  • Report on Intellectual Property Rights Cell Inaugural Function

    DBIT IPR Cell was inaugurated on November 16, 2018, to create awareness and offer assistance to academicians, researchers, entrepreneurs and innovators to identify, protect and manage IPR. Intellectual Property Rights Cell involves in educating importance of IPR for the research scholars and faculty members. IPR Cell is functioning as the nodal centre for Industries, Small and Medium Entrepreneurs, Educational and Research Institutions for IPR related activities.

    The Don Bosco Institute Of Technology, has inaugurated - “Intellectual Property Rights Cell” on Friday, November 16, 2018. At 11.30 am.

    The inaugural function started with invocation song by Prof.Chandrashekar N S, followed by lightening of lamp by the dignitaries. Prof. Santosh M. Nejakar , Chief Coordinator IPR Cell,

    Asst. Prof, Dept of ECE has welcomed and introduced importance of IPR Cell in academic colleges.

    The Chief Guest of the function, Dr. M S Annapurna Kishore Kumar, Asst. Prof, Dr NSAM First Grade College, Bengaluru, and Prof. Dhanukumar Pattanashetti, IEEE, Client Service Manager, Bengaluru addressed all the Faculty members, research scholars, students and motivated them to carry out the research work in various fields and also gave inputs on real time projects in various industries and how they are getting royalty from their Intellectual Property by getting Patents.

    Dr. R Krishna, Group Director, DBGI, motivated all the Faculty members, research scholars and students to imbibe research culture and be well aware of the society needs.

    Dr. M. Muralidhara Rao Principal, DBIT, Bengaluru, gave the presidential remarks. He enlightens the research scholars to carry out their research work enthusiastically by making use of the good guidance and infrastructure.

    The function was concluded by Vote of Thanks by Prof, Shereyas Assistant Prof Dept of Civil DBIT.

  • Report on Two-day National Workshop on “Intellectual Property Rights

    The Two days National Workshop on “Intellectual Property Rights” was organized by DON BOSCO INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, BENGALURU, during JAN 30th and 31st 2019. The workshop was sponsored by Karnataka State Council for Science & Technology (KSCST), Indian Insitute of Science, Bangalore .

    The Workshop started with invocation song by Prof. Suresh H S, followed by lightening of lamp by the dignitaries. Prof. Santosh M. Nejakar , Chief Coordinator IPR Cell, Asst. Prof, Dept of ECE has welcomed and introduced importance of workshop to all the participants.

    The Workshop was addressed by Dr. M. Muralidhara Rao Principal, and Chairmen of the workshop DBIT, Bengaluru, Further Remarks were given by Shri. Vivek Anand Sagar, Consultant and IP Attorney, PIC, KSCST, IISc. Bengaluru. It was inaugurated by Dr. Venugopal K R. Hon’ble Vice Chancellor, BU,Bengaluru. The invited speakers were Dr.Farah Deeba, Senior IP Specialist and Former Principal Scientist, Monsanto. Mr. Lokesh, Managing Director, Innomantra, Bangalore Ms. Brinda Verma IPR Attorney and Patent Agent Akens Legal, Bangalore. Mr. Prasad Rao O, Deputy Controller of Patents and Designs at Patent Office, Chennai, Govt. of India . Dr. Law Well Man, Associate Professor of Law, Government Law College, Kozikode, Kerala.

    Dr. Venugopal K R. Hon’ble Vice Chancellor, BU,Bengaluru enlightened the audience on the history of Intellectual Property Rights & said that protection of IPR (intangible property) has definite benefits, such as to propagate innovative culture, profitability, market leadership and helps creation of wealth for the individual and Nation. He explained IPR as creation of mind, inventions, literary and artistic works, symbols, names, images and designs used in commerce. He stressed on the importance of IPR and need for its protection. He voiced that India has miles to go, as we have a valuable collection of traditional knowledge

    Dr.Farah Deeba, Senior IP Specialist and Former Principal Scientist, Monsanto spoke on Understanding Copyrights: A powerful IP tool. It’s implications in Research. (Concepts of Plagiarism, Citations, Research Ethics, Exceptions, Fair Use, Copy left, Computer Software related inventions and the law pertaining to the same, etc.),- Trademark Registration and Case Study.

    Mr. Lokesh, Managing Director, Innomantra, Bangalore explained about Scope for patenting Engineering Innovations- Innovation interface-Technology Innovation referring to Engineering creations- Design Thinking.

    Ms. Brinda Verma IPR Attorney and Patent Agent Akens Legal, Bangalore gives hands on session All that one should know about Prior Art/Patent Search (Hands on live Computer lab session).

    Mr. Prasad Rao O, Deputy Controller of Patents and Designs at Patent Office, Chennai, Govt. of India spoke on Procedure of Filing Patent – National Phase – International Phase -Opposition and First Examination Report.

    Dr. Law Well Man, Associate Professor of Law, Government Law College, Kozikode, Kerala. Explained about Understanding Patentability Criteria in India Special reference to: Non Patentable subject matter, Patenting instruments and Patent filing National Phase and International phase through Patent Cooperation Treaty.

    Technical Session was followed by an Interactive Session / Q&A Session, where the invited Guests addressed questions from the audience. This Workshop was concluded by valedictory function and Certificate distribution to the participants.

  • Intellectual Property Rights Cell Signing Ceremony & one day workshop

    On February 10, Bangalore: Don Bosco Institute of Technology organized “Role of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) in Organizational Development” & Signing Ceremony of MoU between DBIT and KSCST. The inaugural Session started with lighting of lamp by Mr. H. Hemanth Kumar, Executive secretary KSCST, Prof. Harish Bendigeri, Special Officer VTU belagavi, Mr. Vivek anand sagar, IP attorney , KSCST, Dr. Nataraj K R, Dean & Director, DBIT, Dr. Hemadri Naidu T, Principal DBIT, Prof Santosh M Nejakar IP Cell coordinator DBIT, Dr. Somaraya Tallolli Chief Librarian at Abdul Kalam Seminar hall, DBIT, Bangalore.

    Wynamac Education Trust Chairman, Shri Bylappa B., Vice President Shri P. B. Manjunath, Secretary, Shri Raghav B. conveyed best wishes for the program.

    Dr.Nataraj welcomed the gathering and introduced the guest of honor and the chief guest. He highlighted the importance of IPR with respect to research and development.

    The event was attended by faculty members, IP Coordinators ,Research Scholars & industry professionals.

    Mr. H. Hemanth Kumar, Chief guest deliver speech on awareness about how the develop technologies in rural areas as well as urban area can take place and how KSCST has played role in supporting the technologies, He also spoke about KSCST activities such as rain water harvesting, solar power, protection of traditional water harvesting, building energy efficient material and construction among others. He also explain present. He explained about how china becomes publishing papers and filing patents.

    Dr. Hemadri Naidu T Principal DBIT delivered presidential address and spoke about intellectual property can result in the country economic growth. He also mentioned that in India is an innovative country and we needed to take steps for the protecting of the same and maintain balance interest between the public rights and private rights. His core focus of discussion was millennium development goals, sustainable development goals, UN development agenda, public, health, food security etc. He encourages researchers and faculty members to publish patents along with good papers in reputed journals.

    Prof Santosh M Nejakar, IP Cell chief coordinator delivered vote of thanks.

    Prof. Harish Bendigeri, Special Officer VTU belagavi spoke about ‘Intellectual Property- concept, identification and creation’.the session has covered the concept and basic knowledge of intellectual property- patent, trademark, GI& designsincluding general concepts, advantages and importance of IP, IP as a tool to increase business competitiveness, enforcement of IP in India.

    Mr. Vivek Anand Sagar spoke about the philosophy of intellectual property where he interpreted IP in three principles as; ‘creation of limited monopoly’, ’strategy to keep the monopoly’, ‘penalty if your rights are infringed’ respectively and he also spoke about the usage of GI product.

Looking for a quick overview of the activities within IPR Cell? Or is there something you are unsure about? Explore our Frequently Asked Questions and discover the answers you're searching for.

  • I want to patent my invention. How do I know that such a patent is not filed by anyone else in the past?

    To find out the prior art related to your invention you have to conduct a patent search using various methodologies, for example by creating a key string using Indian patent search, WIPO patent search, US patent search, EPO patent search, Google patents search.

    You can find the database links in IP databases

  • What should I do if I have an idea or invention worth protecting?

    Have a look at the Intellectual Property Rights Cell website about where to start and for IP Filing kindly fill the Invention Disclosure Form and send it to iprcell@bdu.ac.in for further process.

    To know about IPR, Kindly read:

    Intellectual Property Rights - An Overview

  • Who will support financially for the filing process?

    Intellectual Property Rights Cell. The financial support for the patent filing is from College in accordance with College IP regulation

  • What are all the process involved in patenting the invention?

    1. Patent Search
    2. Patent draft and illustrations
    3. Patent filing
    4. Request for examination
    5. Issue of First Examination Report
    6. Reply to Examination report
    7. Grant of Patent

  • How much does it cost to get a patent in India?

    The overall cost of obtaining a patent includes the fee that has to be paid to the patent office (statutory fee) and the fee paid to the patent service provider (professional fee). The professional fee varies based on the service provider.

    The statutory fee depends the applicants such as Natural person, Startup(s), Small Entity or Large Entity

    Note: The Patent office fees might change based on regulations

  • What are all the job opportunities for me in IP?

    For Science stream: (Basic sciences, Pharmacy, Engineering)

    • Patent Professional
    • Patent Examiner
    • Patent Agent
    • Patent Attorney

    For Humanities stream: (History, Geography, Sociology)

    • Traditional Knowledge
    • Geographical Indication

    For Literature stream: (English, Tamil, Journalism)

    • Copyright
    • Copyright Consultant

    For commerce stream: (Management, Economics, Accountancy)

    • IPR Accounting/Auditing
    • IPR Valuation
    • IPR Strategy
    • IPR Management
    • IPR Commercialisation

    Entrepreneur:

    • IPR Service Provider
    • IPR Consultant
    • IPR Advisor

  • Is patenting meant for Science graduates only?

    No, whoever having the novel invention is eligible for patent filing. Imagination and ideas have no border.

  • What are the scopes for student of Arts in IP?

    The students from Arts background have scope in copyright and Geographical indication

  • I am a management student. How IP is useful to me?

    The management background student can play enormous role in IP such as IP management and commercialisation

  • Why IP is important to my career?

    If you generate IP that you wish to protect, will be an asset to you. Nowadays, IP is driving the biggest new developments in science, business, arts, and the professions.

  • Is new idea is patentable or is it required a complete implementation?

    No. An idea is not patentable by itself. You must cross over that line between an idea and invention. You do not have to actually make or implement the invention before file for patent protection. However, you are allowed to file for a patent application before implementation only if you can describe the invention in sufficient detail that a person having ordinary skill in the technology is able to create the product “without undue experimentation”.

  • Could I present or publish any of my research findings before patenting?

    No. Making your IP public can affect your ability to legally protect it

  • Could I publish my research findings after filing for patent?

    Yes. The filing gives a legal protection for your invention.

  • What are all the training courses available in IPR?

    • World Intellectual Property Organisation Academy eLearning center
    • Indira Gandhi National Open University Post-Graduate Diploma in Intellectual Property Rights (PGDIPR)
    • National Law School of Indian University Post-Graduate Diploma in Intellectual Property Rights Law (PGDIPRL)
    • Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI)– IPR division Online IPR Courses

    Note: Many IP service providers conduct courses on IPR

With great happiness we welcome you to Intellectual Property Cell. It is our privilege to be learning together in becoming noble humans. Higher education is not just for job, it is for robust democracy, civilized society, and dignity. Apart from providing core inputs related to the specific programme, we offers additional training to develop your technical competencies through various academic seminars, workshops, and extension lectures related to Intellectual Property Rights. Experiential learning environment is created for your holistic development in various technical and hobby clubs. The I P Cell has recognized and have MoU between Govt of Karnataka ,KSCST, IISc. We facilitate for young researchers and students to file patent for their innovative projects and supports for all IP related activities.