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19 April 2017

Students from IIM Bangalore working with AP Government on IPR Framework

Quodsi everti ancillae vim qui lorem persius petentium Students from IIM Bangalore working with AP Government on IPR Framework

NEW DELHI, APRIL 19 (ENA) Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Bangalore’s Post Graduate Programme in Enterprise Management (PGPEM) Class 2016 students have begun a project in the area of IPR with the Andhra Pradesh government.  Two students, Anitha Botta and Jyothi Ganiger, from PGEMP, have begun the work under the guidance of Professor A. Damodaran. The purpose of the project is to strengthen the current innovation and start up policy of IPR in the State of Andhra Pradesh.

The students had, in a proposal to the government, emphasized the gaps in the existing policy on the basis of the detailed study of the existing AP Innovation & Start-up Policy 2014-2020.

The chief points emphasized were "connecting the existing AP Innovation & Start-up Policy to an IPR system, addressing funding of start-ups and entrepreneurs in particular at seed and early stages, and a roadmap for innovation".

"We made a study of the current AP Innovation and Start-up Policy 2014-2020, and identified that Intellectual Property Rights were not being addressed fully", said Anitha Botta. "The proposal was appreciated, accepted and we are now working on the project. Our final report should be ready in four months", she further added.

The 4-month long project aims at including an IPR framework to the current AP innovation and start up policy 2014-2020.

 

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