INDIAN LAW INSTITUTE
Online certificate course on Intellectual Property Rights
Indian Law Institute (ILI) has been the
pioneer in the field of teaching and training of intellectual property laws and
cyber laws. After having established a sound framework for the classroom
teaching in these fields, we now plan to traverse the virtual world to embark on
By e-education is meant an innovative, on-line teaching technique for distance learning that
utilizes the Internet for teaching purposes. E-education would bring teachers specializing in
intellectual property issues closer to students in all corners of India through
virtual means. This method allows students to undertake the ILI educational
programs in intellectual property at their own place anywhere in India.
The Institute would use distance
learning as an alternative and a complement to traditional training methods in
order to make course materials accessible to large audiences throughout India.
About the course
Development of IPR is a recent phenomenon. It is still in a nascent stage and continuously evolving every passing day. Even the most learned legal luminaries find it difficult to solve the legal problems posed by technology. The Online Certificate Course offered by the institute, intends to spread awareness among the general public about the IPR, it is specifically beneficial to the lawyer community and the judges in the subordinate judiciary, who face cases on the daily basis.
The course is designed to give distant education wherein the students need not come to the institute for either classes or examination. The course will be conducted online and the subscribers need to operate from their respective places. All the queries of the subscribers relating to the admission or the conduct will be answered online.
The Institute’s initiative takes full advantage of information technology and the Internet as an
alternative and a complement to traditional training programs. It offers new teaching
methodologies, specially-designed course materials, evaluation tools, tailored
means of delivery, and greater accessibility.
Teaching would take place in the
virtual environment of the Institute’s Web site. A network of tutors on the
panel of ILI will be available to guide the students. Students and teachers can
interact as often as necessary during the course, because communication takes
place through e-mail.
At the end of the program, successfull students receive a certificate acknowledging completion of the course.
Things that would take place on-line in the course:
Student tests and assignments
Who can pursue?
Anyone who has access to computer and the Internet can benefit from the Institute’s e-learning
It is a general course which would be of immense value to persons who fall in the
Law enforcement personnel – customs officials, police officials, etc.
Intellectual Property Offices in Government Sector
Conduct of the Course
All the students enrolled shall be issued a personal user online ID and password to access that ID. It is only through this ID that the institute will be interacting with the candidates. After creating IDs each student shall be supplied study material and be given assignments from time to time during the course of three months. The course will be conducted only online and no hard copy of either the study material or assignment shall be sent to the candidates or accepted from the candidates.
The candidates shall be evaluated for maximum of 200 marks for which assignments shall be sent from time to time. There will be three assignments of 25 marks each, which will be sent during the course, whereas the final assignment of 125 marks shall be sent at the end of the course. The candidate needs to score at least 50% i.e. 100 marks to clear the course. The candidates obtaining less than 100 marks shall not be given the certificate but will have the option to reappear with the next batch. For which (s)he needs to deposit Rs. 500/- as readmission fee. Only one chance will be given to reappear with the next batch. If he fails to take readmission in the next batch or fails to clear the exam with next batch, (s)he shall not be able to take the exam again and will have to take afresh admission.
The syllabus is divided in four components:
· Copyright and neighbouring rights
· Trademarks, Geographical Indications and Domain Names
· Management of Intellectual Property Rights
Rs. 10,000/-(Rupees Ten Thousand) only.
Indian Law Institute
Bhagwan Dass Road, New Delhi - 110001
Tel. No: 011- 23382190
Fax No: 011- 23386321