Institute of Innovation Council 3.0 to be launched in India | Institute of Innovation Council 3.0 to be launched in India


New Delhi, 14 October (IANS). The Ministry of Education has taken a new initiative. On the instructions of Union Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, the Ministry of Education has decided to conduct an intellectual property education campaign for the week between October 15 to 23. On this occasion, the Institute of Innovation Council will release the annual performance rating of the Institute of Innovation Council. The institute will also launch IIC 3.0.

It is worth mentioning that on 15 October, it is the birth anniversary of Dr. APJ Abdul Kamal, former President, known as the great scientist and missileman. Bharat Ratna Dr. Kalam was a strong proponent of new enforcement. On this occasion, Maharishi Bhardwaj Intellectual Property Education Campaign will be launched. The innovation cell of the Union Ministry of Education is taking these initiatives for the right to intellectual property. Intellectual property means the creation of a person’s right to a particular period by his own creativity.

All India Council for Technical Education (AICTI) President Professor Anil D. Sahastrabuddhe said, AICTE and MIC are promoting the start up culture. Which will create new opportunities for the people of the society. These institutions will generate new jobs for job seekers.

Dr. M.P. Punia, Vice President of AICTE, said that students studying in higher education institutions need to be at the forefront of the innovation movement. Today it is most important that Indian higher education institutions emerge as centers of excellence for high level research and innovation all over the world.

Dr. Abhay Jere, Chief Innovation Officer, New Enforcement Cell, Ministry of Education, said that higher educational institutions will have to come forward under the intellectual property rights. They have to provide an atmosphere of innovation and entrepreneurship to the students. Along with this, they will also have to be taught to file a patent.

Dr. Mohit Gambhir, director of the Innovation Cell in the Union Ministry of Education, said, “The number of people filing patents for new inventions in India is very less. Apart from this, a large number of applications have not been filed properly due to lack of correct information. To improve this, youth need to be given full knowledge of the patent process.

Dr. Gambhir will present the annual report looking at the achievements of IIC 2.0.

IIC 2.0’s top performers will be announced on the occasion. Apart from this, Mentor-Mentee Program will also be announced for the Institute Innovation Cell of Higher Educational Institutions and the website of IIC 3.0 will also be launched. Chancellors from all over the country, directors of colleges, teachers and students will also participate in this program.



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