Innovation is a continuous process of learning and an outcome of a good innovation may lead to a great invention. To protect the new invention properly, an Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Cell is to be established towards the development of an individual, business empire and in turn the Indian nation. Intellectual Property Rights gained a paramount importance for protecting Inventions and a tool to leverage a Business. As a budding engineer of today who will be a prospective future innovator needs to be aware of the creation and protection of the intangible properties which will result in an Intellectual property. The new IPR policy of the Government of India recognizes the abundance of creative and innovative energies that flow in India, and the need to channelize these energies towards a better and brighter future for all. The research scholars and the faculty have to publish research papers and file patents at National and International levels with the guidance of IPR Cell.
|1||Chairperson||Dr. S. Senthil, Principal|
|2||Dean (Research)||Dr.D.Prince Winston, Dean (Research)|
|3||Associate Dean (Research)||Dr.M.Hema, Associate Dean (Research)|
|4||Co-coordinator||Dr.S.Karthikumar, Associate Professor, Department of Biotechnology|
|5||Co-coordinator||Dr.N.Kamatchi, Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics|
|6||Member (IIC-Coordinator)||Mr.T.Hari Prasath, IIC-Coordinator|
|7||Member (Industry Expert)||Mr.S.Siva Swamy Nathan (Chief Operational Officer) Sega Plascan Exports, email@example.com; Mobile: 9787549657|