Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Cell
The Central University of Haryana (hereinafter referred to as 'University') is dedicated to teaching, research, and the extension of knowledge to the public. The University recognizes its responsibility to produce and disseminate knowledge. Inherent in this responsibility is the need to encourage creativity and scholarly works and the development of new and useful materials, devices, processes and other intellectual property. The creation of this intellectual property may have potential for commercialization, which thereby contributes to the professional development of the individual involved, enhances the reputation of the University, provides expanded educational opportunities for students and promotes public welfare. The University is committed to providing an environment where scholarship and innovation can flourish and those participating can be justly rewarded for their efforts. The University recognizes that the research and teaching missions of the University always take precedence. At the same time, the University encourages the development of inventions and technology resulting from University research, and seeks to facilitate the transfer of such technology for the use and benefit of the public, the University and the Creator.
In order to establish the respective rights and obligations of the University, its faculty, students, and other employees in intellectual Property of all kinds, the University has established an IPR Cell which shall govern the intellectual property rights of the University, faculty members, students and others in the work, product, ideas and inventions created in connection with the activities of the University.
Objectives of IPR Cell
The prime aims and objectives of IPR Cell are to:
Promote, preserve, encourage and aid scientific investigation and research;
Provide an organizational structure and procedures through which inventions and discoveries made in the course of University research may be made readily available to the public through channels of commerce;
Establish standards for determining the rights and obligations of the University, creators of intellectual property (e.g., inventors, developers, authors) and their sponsors with respect to inventions, discoveries and works created at the University;
Encourage, assist and provide mutually beneficial rewards to the University and members of the University and others who transfer University intellectual property to the public through commercial channels;
Ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations and enable the University to secure sponsored research funding at all levels of research;
Supervise the activities related to the Intellectual Property of the University like evaluation and filling of patents, copyrights and design; and
Enhance the reputation of the University as an academic research institution and a member of society by pursuing the highest ideals of scholarship and teaching and by conferring the benefits of that scholarship and teaching on the University community and society.
Constitution of the Cell
Prof. Neelam Singh Sangwan
Dr. Chanchal Kumar Sharma
Dr Vinod Kumar
Dr. Munish Manas
Dr. Muralidhar Nayak Bhukya
Dr. Amit Kumar (SOET)
Dr. Namrata Dhaka