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POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS PGDIPR (Revised)
Term-End Examination June, 2014 MIP-101 : GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO IP RIGHTS Time : 3 hours Note :
Maximum Marks : 100
All the parts are compulsory. The question paper consists of three parts.
PART - A Answer all the ten questions.
How does Hobbes define Property ?
Define Intellectual Property Rights.
What do you mean by the term rights ?
Define right in personam.
Define rights in rcm.
What are the rights of the patentee ?
What is PCT - PHP ?
Name the traditional IPRs covered under TRIPS.
What is the economic importance of geographical indication ?
10. Explain the scope of Vienna Classification.
PART - B Answer any five questions from this part. 5x10=50 1.
Discuss in brief the historical evolution of IPR laws under International Regime.
Distinguish between Corporeal property and Incorporeal property.
Distinguish between personality theory and utalitarian theory.
What are the requirements for the protection of _ new plant varieties under UPOV ? Explain.
Write a note on the Rome Convention.
What is the role of traditional knowledge in Transforming IP system ? Explain.
What is the importance of Intellectual Property in the International Trade Business ?
Write a note on the Singapore Treaty on the Law of Trade Marks, 2006.
PART = C Answer any two questions from this part. 2x15=30 1.
• Traditional knowledge is an effective tool for economic progress. Elucidate.
Discuss the theoretical Foundation of Intellectual Property Rights.
Explain the Application of TRIPS Agreement and IPR laws in India.