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Seminar in Bahria University

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An International Seminar on ‘Fundamentals of Intellectual Property’ was organised by Bahria University with the collaboration of HEC and Commercial Law Development Programme (CLDP) of US Department of Commerce.
The main objective of the seminar was to create awareness among academicians, researchers and students about the laws of Intellectual Property Rights and its implementation in our country.
While addressing to the audience, the chief guest, Dr. Tariq Mehmood, Advisor R&D, HEC threw light on the research, innovation and commercialisation in educational institutes. He said that HEC has started to provide research trainings to all universities and established ORIC Offices in many universities of Pakistan.
Pro-Rector/DG Campus of Bahria University, Rear Admiral Saleem Akhtar said in his welcoming address that Bahria University has established business incubation centers at Karachi and Islamabad campuses to procreate space for young and prospective entrepreneurs with limitable business ideas and strong commercialise-able aspect.
On this occasion, different guest speakers were invited in which speakers: Morrison C. England, US District Judge, Ms. Kalpanna Reddy, First Secretary of Intellectual property (USPTO), Saad Amanullah Khan, Chairman of IPR Committee and Joe Yang, Attorney-Advisor, Commercial Law Development Programme, United States Department of Commerce, shared their valuable ideas and highlighted legal and basic issues about trademark and ownership of copyrights.
They also talked about the comparison of Pakistan with other developing countries, to focus upon economic impact and financial benefit for the country.The news.

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