IPTSE 2021 Examination: National winners felicitated at 4th IP Conclave and IPTSE Awards

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Updated on Apr 20, 2022 17:00 IST

The fourth edition of the IP Conclave and Intellectual Property Talent Search Examination (IPTSE) Awards concluded with the announcement and felicitation of the national winners of the IPTSE 2021 Examination.

IPTSE Academy organised and administered the fourth edition of IP Conclave and Intellectual Property Talent Search Examination (IPTSE) Awards. The first of its kind examination on intellectual property in the country was successfully completed with the announcement and felicitation of the national winners of the IPTSE 2021 Examination.

IPTSE Academy organised these awards with the FICCI as the Award Partner and was supported by stakeholders such as Ericsson as Industry Partner and Creative First as Knowledge Partner several educational institutes, Ministries and Government departments.

Justice Ms Prathiba Maninder Singh felicitated the winners of IPTSE 2021 with trophies, certificates and cash prizes at the award ceremony. 

The event even bridged the gap between senior decision-makers of the government, industry stalwarts and academia to deliberate on creating a conducive intellectual property regime in India to not only protect innovators’ rights but also create an ecosystem of fair and equitable royalties to enable continuous research and innovation.

"Applicants are ranked based on categories — School, University, Faculty and Working Professional. Toppers of the School category of the 2021 edition of IPTSE included Yuvraj Saran of St Anne's Sr Sec School, Jodhpur (Rank 1); Ira Gupta of Mariampur Senior Secondary School, Kanpur (Rank 2); and Abhay Kumar Das of Kerala Samajam Model School, Jamshedpur (Rank 3). In the University category the top three rank holders are Ananya Joshi from Cummins College, Maharashtra (Rank 1); Abhishek Rudra of Christ University, Bangalore (Rank 2); and Zoman Pranjal Nitin of KK Wagh College, Nashik (Rank 3). Dr Rabindra Kumar Swaro of Jeypore Law College, Odisha and Harish Venkatram Saripella from HSBC, Hyderabad topped the Faculty and Working Professional categories respectively," reads the official release.

Dignitaries' comments at IPTSE Awards

Mr Narendra Sabharwal, Chair IP Committee, FICCI said, “Innovation, research and creativity, supported by Intellectual property, form the core of a knowledge-based economy. In this context, India’s youth must increasingly appreciate the benefits of IPR in safeguarding their creations, the competitive edge that it provides, and its key role in nation-building. FICCI is happy to support the IPTSE Awards initiative, which is playing a front-end role in furthering this change at the formative stage of one’s career.”

Mr Sourabh Sachdeva, Director, IPTSE (A Venture of IPETHICON - An Educational Academy), said, “We are thankful to the government, FICCI, and our industry partners including Ericsson, who have been instrumental in the successful completion of yet another edition of this national IP examination. The past year has been challenging for everyone and it is telling of the growing interest in a subject like IP that students, start-ups, and young lawyers all came forward to participate in IPTSE 2021. The IPTSE Academy is committed to sustaining the momentum set by the examination and we will strive to build awareness around IPR and advocate its importance in building a tech-enabled future. We are positive that we will see more registrations for the 5th Edition of IPTSE - First of its kind IP Olympiad."

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