AWARENESS OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS AMONG THE D.ED STUDENTS OF GOA STATE

Dr. Deepa Varghese

Abstract


INTRODUCTION
The IPR is a way to make balance between public and private
rights. It makes a moral and socio-economic sense to use
under authorization. In another way it is becoming a source of
earning in a respect way. It is a moral duty to protect someone's
investment of mind and time and other resources to achieve a
specic knowledge. The outcome of such efforts should be used
under authorization of investor. Intellectual property law creates
property rights in a wide and diverse range of things from
novels, computer programmers, paintings, lms, television
broadcasts, and performances, through to dress designs,
pharmaceuticals, genetically modied animals and plants.
Intellectual property protects applications of ideas and
information that are of commercial value.


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