Selected Students for the Journal & Publication Committee Student’s Team Click to view
Online Workshop On NATIONAL INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY POLICY, 2016 & VIKSIT BHARAT@2047 Click to view
The CNLU Law Journal (CNLULJ) invites papers for it’s Volume XI (2023-2024). Click here to view.
A special lecture on Trademark and it’s Future on 16.02.2024. Resource Person: Dr. Althaf Masroof, Assistant Professor, NTU, Singapore. Click to view
Brochure for National Seminar on Transforming Knowledge into Intellectual Property Assets for VIKSIT BHARAT@2047 on 17.03.2024 Click to view
Repeat End Semester Examination, January, 2024 Re-evaluation Result Click to view
Repeat End Semester Results (January 2024) have been published. View Results
Notice for selection of Project Type for Even Semester Click to view
Presentation of Trimester Report Ph.d. LL.D. D.Phil Click to view
Notice to PG Students for Repeat End Semester Examination January 2024 Click to view
Notice to UG Students for Repeat End Semester Examination January 2024 Click to view
CENTRAL SECTOR SCHEME OF TOP CLASS EDUCATION IN COLLEGE FOR OBC, EBC AND DNT STUDENTS (As amended from 2023-2024) Click to view
Ph.D. Admission Notice 2023-24 Click to view
Ph.D. (Political Science) entrance final result Click to view
LL.D. entrance final result Click to view
Final Result for Ph.D. (Management) test Click to view
Final Result for Ph.D. (Law) test Click to view
Admit Card for Ph.D. / LL.D / D.Phil. Entrance Click to view
Open Viva Voce for Ph.D. in Law of Mr. Hrishikesh Manu Click to view
Doctoral Programme Interview Notice Click to view
Open Viva Voce for Ph.D. in Law of Ms. Nandita Jha Click to view
Open Viva Voce for Ph.D. in Law of Mr. Kumar Gaurav
Open Viva Voce for Ph.D. in Law of Mr. Kumar Gaurav Click to view
Ph.D. Entrance test 2023-24 result Click to view
End Semester Examination Result, November 2023 for UG & PG Course Published Click to view
Notice for Ph.D. Registration Click to view
Admit card for Ph.D. Entrance 2023-24 Click to visit.
Ph.D. Course Work Result 2022-23. Click to view
Call for Application for providing services of Law Graduates / Post Graduates by Education Department, Govt. of Bihar Click to view
As a part of the Constitution Day celebration, NSS Cell, CNLU, is organising a national webinar on 26th November 2023 on the theme “Constitutional Law in the Digital Age” in collaboration with The Society For Constitutional Law Discussion. Register to attend.
Notice for Open Viva Voce for Ph.D. (Law) of Ms. Shaheena Ahluwalia Click to view
Notice for Open Viva Voce for Ph.D. (Law) of Ms. Sneha Click to view
LL.D/ Ph. D. / D.Phil. 2023 APPLICATION FORM RECORD Click to view
GI, Traditional Knowledge Awareness Programme on 09.12.2023 Click to view
IPR Valuation Programme on 27.11.2023 Click to view
Last date for the receipt of Ph.D. / LL.D. /D.Phil. application with enclosures for Academic Year 2023-24 was Tuesday, the 31st October, 2023 which has been extended till Wednesday, the 08th November, 2023.
Corrigendum for Ph.D Entrance Test 2023 Click to view
DPIIT-IPR CHAIR is organising An Online Awareness Program on “COMMERCIALISATION OF MEDICINAL PLANTS IN THE STATE OF BIHAR” Click to view
Advertisement No.-14/2023-24 (Appt.) for Teaching & Non-Teaching Position Click to view
Ph.d. Course Work Communique Click to view
Open VIVA VOCE of Dr. K. Gurusami LL.D. Research Scholar. Click to view
Department for Promotion of Industries and Internal Trade (DPIIT), Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India, launched a Scheme for Pedagogy & Research in IPRs for Holistic Education & Academia (SPRIHA) in the year 2016 under which IPR Chairs have been set up in select universities and academic institutes. This was in accordance National IPR Policy launched by the Government of India in 2016, which proclaims, as one of the objectives under section 7.2 as, “Strengthen IP Chairs in educational institutes of higher learning to provide quality teaching and research, develop teaching capacity and curricula and evaluate their work on performance based criteria.”
CNLU Patna has been granted/sanctioned IPR Chair by DPIIT, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India.
DPIIT has formulated the norms for establishing and functioning of the IPR Chair under SPRIHA. Accordingly, the University has appointed Prof. Dr. Subhash C. Roy, Professor of Chanakya National Law University as IPR Chair Professor with effect from 27TH April 2023.
Vision: To create a vibrant and Sustainable IP ecosystem in the university.
Mission: To serve and support university researchers in the pursuit of IP creation, protection, and commercialization.
Mandate of the Chair
The objectives for creation and institution of IPR Chairs under SPRIHA are to encourage the study of, education in and research on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR), as well as to promote outreach in IPRs, as elaborated below:
Vice Chancellors Message
It’s a matter of great pleasure and pride for all of us that DPIIT-IPR CHAIR has been established in Chanakya National Law University Patna; by the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade, Ministry of Commerce and Industry (DPIIT), Government of India New Delhi.
In the modern world, intellectual property rights have a significant influence on international and national trade of every nation. Nowadays, every business in the world is based on patents, trademark and industrial design. Research and innovation is the backbone of any economy, especially for a developing nation. With the government enabling policies that push for innovation, India is poised to become a leading science and technology hub.
The present era has realized the importance of IPR laws. It is not only innovation but also the Brand which matters in today’s world. Strong IP laws make a huge contribution to both the overall economy of the country and their respective states. Creation and innovation is the primary objectives of each and every industry in the world. Each and every economy are now promoting their businesses through intellectual assets .It is very important to protect the interest and rights of people who are engaged in innovation/inventions ,directly or indirectly, linked to technological ,economic and commercial development of the country. The Intellectual property Rights are not limited to patents, copyrights trade mark or design as industrial property only. It includes Community property also, such as Geographical Indications, Traditional knowledge and benefits sharing, Biodiversity, Biotechnology, Herbs, medicinal plants, and Farmers Rights and plants varieties. India, being the member of TRIPS and WTO, has strong legislation accordingly. I hope that IPR Chair will work over legislative matters for the promotion of international trade also. The IPR Chair should work for the empowerment of rural mass and their economic wellbeing. The National IPR Policy 2016, is bench mark for all the initiatives to be taken up, for the chair In order to achieve objectives, the IPR Chair should work for teaching, training, campaigns, research projects and many more activities in the field of IP ecosystem. The Chair must encourage the study of IPRs in institutions/schools/colleges, which is one of the many objectives required to be achieved under SPRIHA.
I hope, in years to come, the office of the Chair Professor, will take up the opportunities in the state of Bihar to accomplish its desired objectives. I wish all the best to Prof. Dr. Subhash C. Roy, the first DPIIT-IPR Chair Professor in his endeavour.
Vice Chancellor, CNLU, Patna
It’s a matter of great pleasure that DPIIT-IPR CHAIR has been established in Chanakya National Law University Patna, by the Notification of the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade, Ministry of Commerce and Industry (DPIIT), Government of India, New Delhi, in April 2023.
India is a nation where knowledge is the main driver for holistic development. Innovation always needs investments of mind. India is at a stage where growth and the focus on development have got to be strengthened from every side and intellectual property rights (IPRs) has an important role in it. Intellectual property rights encourage innovation, which in turn results in economic progress. India is one of the world’s most developing economies, must concentrate on increasing market productivity. India has a long history of providing exceptional services to the entire world. Productivity can be boosted up with better technology and processes.
Intellectual property rights (IPRs) has significant potential to boost up India’s economy towards number one. It is a fact, now a days, a nation is called developed and strong only if it has innovative ecosystem and intellectual wealth. In this background, the significance of IPR becomes a concern not just for the government but for all the other educational institutions/department/ organisations/NGOs etc.
Thus, to implement the National IPR policy, 2016 and the mandate of SPRIHA, the DPIIT-IPR Chair at CNLU will work for the development of IPR ecosystem in the state of Bihar for Industrial progress and internal trade. Surely this effort will help in the creation of jobs, which will lead to economic development. The IPR Chair must undertake activities for the propagation of the mantra “Creative India, Innovative India”. I am confident that DPIIT – IPR CHAIR will work from classroom to grass room in the state of Bihar.
Chanakya National Law University, Patna
Dr. Subhash Chandra Roy is Professor of Law, Dean Research & Development and Director (Centre for Innovation Research and Facilitation in Intellectual Property for Humanity and Development) in Chanakya National law University Patna. He did his Graduation, Post-graduation and Doctorate from T.M. Bhagalpur University in ‘English’ literature’ and ‘Law’, (Ph.D.-IPRs).Before joining and continuing in academics for the last twenty one years , he joined Bar at Bhagalpur District Court and practiced for five years. Dr. Roy is an academician and believes in the cult of student – ‘a disciplined learner’. Besides teaching in Chanakya National Law University, he has been visiting professor in PUSA Agriculture University (Bihar), National Institute of Pharmaceutical and Research (NIPER) Hajipur, Bihar Judicial Academy, Patna, Bihar Public Administration Academy WALMI Patna, National Institute of Rural Development (NIRD) Patna and Environmental Science Patna University. He has addressed the Insurance Trainees at various Insurance Training Institutes in Patna, HRDC- RC and OP participants at ASC Lucknow and Patna University, UGC-HRDC Nainital. He is qualified in licentiate and Associate (part) in Insurance from Insurance Institute of India (III) Mumbai and Company secretaries (Inter-part) exams. He has undergone online courses in Disaster management from NIDM(New Delhi).He has undergone various legal training program in- Environmental Law, ADR, Corporate Law, Labour and Industrial Law, IPR, Human Rights, ,Cyber Law, Research Methodology, Disaster management, Consumer Protection from the reputed Universities and Academic Staff Colleges, i.e. Refresher courses, professional development courses and legal training – BHU, Indian society of international Law (ISIL), NLU New Delhi, NLSIU Bangalore, NUJS Kolkata, CNLU Patna, Allahabad university, ASC Lucknow, ASC Kumaun University Nainital (UK), Indian Institute of Public Administration New Delhi, NIRD Eastern zone, Salgoankar Law College Goa, Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT),Anna University Chennai, Dept. of Law Trivandrum University Kerala, Azim-Prem Ji University Bengaluru, NlSUI Bengaluru, Gujarat National Law University, NLU Assam. Dr. Roy has credit of participation and presentation of research papers in more than 100 National as well as International seminars /workshops in India. He has delivered Keynote address and chaired the session’s at–BHU, Gorakhpur University, Gwalior University, North Hills University, Meghalaya, Kolkata University, Jabalpur University, Bareilly and Jagran Lake University Bhopal in seminars. He has travelled abroad in International Conference to Singapore and Malaysia– the National University of Singapore (NUS) – TRILA (Teaching and Researching in International Law) in 2018, SUM (Singapore Management University) in IPR Conference and Malaysia: Kuala Lumpur (international University) in 2019. His research papers are published in journals –Dr. Ambedkar Journal of Social science MHOW, Ideal Research Review, The Voice, Chotanagpur Law Journal, Nayay Sandesh, Juris Ray, Relevance, PCCR, A Journal of Asia for Democracy and Development, Assam Law Times, Social Vision, International journal of psychology and education, National Journal of Comparative Law, VBU Journal of Law and Governance; Bharti Law Review Pune , Indian Bar Review, Journal of RMNLU Lucknow, Asian Journal of Internal Law, and contributed chapters in various books, i.e. ‘Creative activities and the law’, ‘Celebrating satyagraha’, ‘Changing dimension of women empowerment’, ‘Intellectual Property Law’, ‘Human Rights and Gender Justice ‘Intellectual Property Rights: Dimensions and Issues’, ‘Police reform :Need and challenges’, ‘Physical education-yoga-sports-medicine and Naturopathy’, ‘Multidimension of Physical education’, ‘Women political Leadership in India’, ‘Ethno-pharmacology: Indian Trends, Perspectives and Innovations’ etc on different Socio-economic-politico-legal issues. He is on the advisory and editorial board of some reputed National journals also. He has authored books –“Lectures on Intellectual property Law”, “An analytical study of Intellectual Property Rights in India”, ‘Oscar Wilde: Legal Wits and Conversation’; and books edited – “Intellectual Property Rights—A Prismatic View”, “Working of Patents: Law and Pharmaceutical Implications”, “Information security: Law and Governance”, “Community Intellectual Property Rights”. He has been composing poems in English (The Invisible law –collection of poems, is under publication). He has been Coordinator-Academic and Research (2009-31st March 2017). Dean Research and Development (from 1st April 2017 onwards), and IQAC- Coordinator (June 2015-3rd July 2022) at CNLU. He is Director of the Centre on IPR (CIRF in IPHD) from January 2020–. He has been appointed DPIIT-CHAIR PROFESSOR from 3rd May 2023.He has supervised LL.M., and Ph.D. Course work dissertations. He has evaluated around forty LL.M and thirty Ph.D. and Ph.D. Course work Dissertation. He has been expert in Ph.D. Viva-voce. He has chaired sessions in seminars and delivered keynote addresses also. He has Honour of Sharing Dias with Hon’ble Padma Sri NR Madhav Menon Sir in 2018 at RCL Bengaluru. He has supervised and produced Ph.D. and LL.D., and around half a dozen scholars are undergoing doctoral research (Ph.D., LL.D., and D.Phil.) under his supervision. He has been a member of Academic Council, Executive Council and General Council in CNLU. He is member in the Board of Studies at, VBU Hazaribagh, Manipur University, Allahabad University and MHNLU Aurangabad University. He has been on the Board of Examination screening and Selection Committee at various University as well as in Government Expert Panel (Labour Reform) Committee. He has delivered around 100 Special lectures in various University as Resource person and visitor. He has organised fifteen National seminar/webinar and International workshop on Research writing in CNLU with Northumbria University London in 2019, one International Seminar (IPR) on 17th April, 2021 in Collaboration with Law Mantra and other NLUs. He has organised three webinars also during lockdown period on MSME and Community Intellectual Property. He has been participating as well as delivering lectures as resource person ‘on line’ in different webinars He is interested in inter-disciplinary/multi-disciplinary and Cross Disciplinary research and accordingly supervises his scholars. Dr. Roy has been member of various Academic organizations/committees / associations in India-.Indian Society of Criminology(ISC), Indian Society of Labour Economics(ISLE), Indian Council of Arbitration(ICA), Indian Institute of Public Administration (IIPA) , Indian Law Institute (ILI) New Delhi ,Centre for International Law (CIL) Singapore etc. His hobby includes reading, visiting to Educational Institutions/Universities and travel to Natural destinations. He has interest in academic friendship, and believes that Academic institutions are ‘Modern Temple-The place of learning and salvation’. The hunger for learning is continued with a mission to sharing and developing entrepreneurship in legal education. He has been encouraging the younger generations and budding academicians for undergoing Training and Research.
Thank you for sharing your feedback. Our team will get back to you at the earliest