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India records 572 per cent growth in grant of Patents in last seven years

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    20th Aug, 2021

National Intellectual Property Rights Policy, 2016 aims to stimulate Intellectual Property rights generation in India. Examine the efforts made by the government towards achieving this objective.(250 words)


  • Briefly introduce by defining IPR and various types of IPR like Patents, Copyright, etc.
  • Challenges faced by India in generating and protecting IPR
  • Efforts made by the government to overcome these challenges
  • Way Forward / Conclusion
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