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MIPS 2024 at IIT Roorkee showcased a convergence of minds on the future of intellectual property rights

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The Management of Intellectual Property Rights and Strategy Conference (MIPS) 2024, held from February 22nd to February 24th at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee, brought together a diverse array of scholars, practitioners, and policymakers in the field of intellectual property, who were equipped with valuable insights into emerging trends, challenges, and opportunities in the realm of intellectual property at the end of conference.

Throughout the conference, attendees were treated to a rich lineup of workshops and keynote sessions aimed at unraveling the complexities of intellectual property management. Notable workshops included sessions on Aipan Art, Patent Drafting, Patent Searches and Databases, and the integration of Artificial Intelligence in Patent Drafting, offering valuable insights into various dimensions of IP management.

Speakers, including industry experts and academicians shared their expertise, emphasizing the critical role of intellectual property in fostering innovation and economic growth. Attendees engaged in discussions covering legislative analyses, patent landscapes, and the challenges of protecting intellectual property rights in various sectors.

Himani Pandey, Joint Secretary at the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, and Prof. K. K. Pant, Director of IIT Roorkee, graced the inaugural session, emphasizing the pivotal role of intellectual property in fostering innovation and economic growth.

Reflecting on the conference, Himani Pandey remarked, “MIPS 2024 showcased a convergence of visionary minds committed to shaping the future of intellectual property rights. This collaborative platform exemplified IIT Roorkee’s dedication to fostering innovation-driven growth and global competitiveness.” Ms Pandey asked the academic community to undertake in depth studies on various aspects of IPR, particularly historical perspectives to help the country for better negotiations at the international level. 

This three-day event, coordinated by Prof. Rajat Agrawal, the Organizing Secretary and Coordinator of IPR Chair at IIT Roorkee.

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