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Intellectual Property Rights Cell

Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) for Students at NID
In the education, service, training and research that National Institute of Design (NID) provides in the field of design, the creative, innovative, and original work1 that is created constitutes the intellectual property of design, whether it is a physical product, a visual image, or a piece of text. To provide the security and beginner’s privilege to the institute and the creator to develop such ideas commercially and to further sustain, enhance, stimulate such creative output, the institute wishes to obtain Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) for all work happening at the institute.

In certain cases the institute might feel that the nature or purpose of the work requires free dissemination of knowledge of the work and freedom for others to take it further.


IPR Cell




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