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Examiner of Trade Marks

Intellectual Property India - Ministry of Commerce & Industries
2 Years
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Posted on 13 Feb 19
Job DescriptionLast Date 27 Feb 19

No CG/Contract Examiners TMR/2019

Examiner of Trade Marks  job opportunities in Intellectual Property India - Ministry of Commerce & Industries purely on Contract basis

No. of Vacancies :  75

Qualification :  Degree in law of recognized university or equivalent.

Professional Experience :  Two years’ experience as an advocate.

Pay :  Rs.45000/- per month

Age Limit :  30 years (35 years in case of SC/ST and 33 years in case of OBC).

Mode of Selection :  The selection will be done on the basis of interview, which will be conducted at the Trade Marks Registry, Boudhik Sampada Bhavan, S. M. Road, Antop Hill, Mumbai – 400 037.

Job Role

Job Type

Interview Type

Face to Face Interview

How to apply

The application in the accompanying format must be sent through e-mail to satyendra.tmr@nic.in with a copy to sb.palo@nic.in by attaching scanned copy of the filled in application along with documents certifying age, educational qualification and experience including copy of certificate of enrolment as an advocate, in PDF file format. In absence of requisite certificate, candidature of the applicant may be rejected summarily.

Closing date for receipt of applications :  27th February, 2019. 

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Company Description
The first legislation in India relating to patents was the Act VI of 1856. The objective of this legislation was to encourage inventions of new and useful manufactures and to induce inventors to disclose secret of their inventions. The Act was subsequently repealed by Act IX of 1857 since it had been enacted without the approval of the British Crown . Fresh legislation for granting ‘exclusive privileges’ was introduced in 1 859 as Act XV of 1859. This legislation contained certain modifications of the earlier legislation, namely, grant of exclusive privileges to useful inventions only and extension of priority period from 6 months to 12 months. This Act excluded importers from the definition of inventor. This Act was based on the United Kingdom Act of 1852 with certain departures which include allowing assignees to make application in India and also taking prior public use or publication in India or United Kingdom for the purpose of ascertaining novelty.

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