Intellectual Property Rights: Exploiting Patents at a Cost

Intellectual property refers to the property that is created by an individual or a company, with the exclusivity being recognized under law. The intellectual properties may vary from a book to music and from a symbol or design to invention. Some of the tools of safeguarding the usage of these properties are patents, copyrights, trademarks, industrial design rights and trade secrets. It is the duty of an IPR expert to ensure that the property of his client is not being infringed in any way by others for any purposes.

In India, the concept of protecting the abovementioned rights has traditionally been left to lawyers, but now, this trend is changing. There are a few colleges being set up throughout the country for providing education exclusively in handling cases related to intellectual property rights. These courses find many takers who want to make a career in the highly competitive knowledge market, because hardly any colleges run courses such as this in their programs. Some of the colleges based in India that people who wish to pursue studies in IPR are listed below:

  1. IIT Kharagpur Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law runs a three year LLB program with specialization in IPR, along with a half year Post Graduate diploma in IPR.
  2. Global Institute of Intellectual Property runs PG diploma and certificate programs pertaining to Indian & US patents, IP laws, services & processes.
  3. Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) has a Post Graduation IP Diploma which is one year duration and taught via distance mode.
  4. National Law School of India, University of Bangalore also has a distance learning PG Diploma in IPR Law of one year.

Interview process Guide for your Career Improvement

If you are going to give interview in your targeted company then you should follow my guide:

What you should Prepared?

1)    Research the suitable Company to meet your goal
2)    List your skills and experience and accomplishments to meet the criteria
3)    Make out reasons why you want work for this Company/employer
4)    List some smart questions to ask the interviewer
5)    Prepare your answers for the most Common Interview Questions
6)    Rehearse so that you can refine your presentation

Common Courtesies

1)    Try to arrive at least ten minutes before your interview time.
2)    Smile
3)    Firm handshake
4)    Be pleasant to everyone you encounter
5)    Do not eat or chew gum
6)    Do not accept an offer of food or beverage, but you can accept a glass of water
7)    Don’t forget to say thank you
8)    Use proper English and grammar


Your physical appearance has 80% chance to impress the company. So, wear clean, pressed professional dress.

Body language

Shoulders back and head up shows confidence. Fidgeting will make you seen insecure or nervous.

Practice Active Listening

Maintain eye contact and Ask smart questions when appropriate.


1)    Focus on your advantages to the prospective employer
2)    Be positive and honest about your experience
3)    Avoid giving any negative comments about previous employers, associates or positions
4)    Be clear and concise


If they asked what salary you desire then answer with a question like, “What range do you have in mind?” If the interviewer persists or requires an answer on the form, give a broad range.

Good bye

Be sure to thank the interviewer for their time and end the interview with a smile, firm handshake and your prepared goodbye.

I hope my carrier guide would definitely help you in your career. ALL THE BEST

What are the tips for Successful Career Planning?

I am providing you some goods tips to help you to achieve successful career planning.

1.    Making Career Planning an Annual Event: Find a day or weekend once a year, if you need or if you are planning a big career change for yourself. And just try to block out all distractions so that you have enough time to focus on your career.

2.    Map your path since last Career Planning: The first activity is spending time mapping out your job and career path since the last time you did any kind of career planning. This will help you plan for the future.

3.    Reflect on your Likes and Dislikes and Needs: Always take time to reflect on the things in your life that you feel most strongly about that. You just make a two column list of your major dislikes and likes. Use this list to examine your current job and career path. If your job and career fall in the like column then you know you are still on the right path; but if your job activities fall mostly in the dislike column, it means this is the time to begin searching for new jobs and new careers.

4.    Review Career and Job Trends:
Having information about career trends is important to long-term career planning success. It is necessary to see where job growth is expected, especially in the career fields that most interest you. One key to job and career success is having a unique set of skills, accomplishments and education that make you better than all others in your career.

5.    Set Job and Career Goals: A major part of career planning is setting short-term goals (in the coming year) and long-term goals (beyond a year) for career and job. After you initiate this process, another component of career planning becomes reviewing as well as adjusting those goals as your career plans change or progress and developing new goals once you accomplish your previous goals.

6.    Explore New Training/ Education Opportunities

7.    Research Further Job/ Career Advancement Opportunities

I hope these tips would definitely help you.

How to Make a Career Choice if you have no Idea?

Now-a-days! Career of a boy and a girl is very important. Everybody needs to stand on their foot and needs to become self-dependent. Some people know very well that what they want in their life? How they can achieve their goals? Which path should they follow to reach their destinations? But there are many people who have no idea what they want to do in their career and how to choose their career as there are hundreds of career options.

Is it a difficult task? Yes, a little bit. You will have to put some energy and time into making your decision. You need to follow these steps to making a good career choice.

Before making a career choice first you have to learn about yourself. Your interests, skills and values in combination with some personality traits, will make some suitable careers for you. You can use self assessment tools that are called career tests, to gather this information and to generate a list of occupations that are deemed appropriate. Some people like to choose to have career counselors or other career development professionals administer these tests but many people opt to use free career tests that are available on the Web.

Follow these steps:

Step 1: Make a List of Occupations to Explore

Step 2: Explore the Occupations on Your List

Step 3: Conduct Informational Interviews

Step 4: Continue Narrowing Down your List

Step 5: Set Your Goals

Step 6: Write a Career Action Plan

Step 7: Train for Your New Career

I hope these steps would definitely help you to choose best career for y