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Paper III : TRADE MARKS
Time : 3 Hours

Max. Marks : 100

Instructions : 1) Question No. 9 (nine) is compulsory, which carries 20


marks.
2) Out of the remaining attempt any 5 (five) questions,
each of such question carries 16 marks .
1. Discuss in detail the historical development and economic background of the
concept trade mark.
2. Explain the procedure for registration of trade marks. What are the effects of
registration of trade mark ?
3. Discuss in brief the provisions of Madrid Agreement and its importance.
4. Explain the rights and limitations of registered proprietor of a trade mark.
5. What amounts to infringement of trademark ? Discuss the remedies available
against the same.
6. Discuss the law relating to assignment and transmission of trade marks.
7. Discuss the offences and penalties under the Trade Marks Act, 1999.
8. Define the terms mark and trade mark. Explain the various kinds of marks
provided under the Act, 1999.
9. Write notes on any two :
a) Paris Convention
b) Duration of Trade Mark
c) Deceptive Similarity
d) Domain Names.
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PATENT LAW (Paper I)
Time : 3 Hours

Max. Marks : 100

Instructions : 1) Question No. 9 is compulsory.


2) Answer any five out of the remaining.
1. Define Invention. Which Inventions are patentable ?

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2. Discuss the product patent and process patent in detail.

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3. Explain the rights and obligations of patentee.

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4. Explain the procedure to obtain a patent.

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5. Discuss the law relating to revocation and surrender of patents.

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6. Write a detailed note on Patent Agents.

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7. Explain the provisions relating to compulsory licenses with respect to the


patent.

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8. Effective enforcement of Intellectual Property encourages economic development.


Comment.
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9. Write notes on any two :

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a) Patent (Amendment) Act, 2005


b) Patent Office
c) Patents of Addition
d) Use of Inventions for the purpose of Government.

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Paper II : COPYRIGHT AND NEIGHBOURING RIGHTS
Time : 3 Hours
Instructions :

Max. Marks : 100


1) Question No. 9 is compulsory. Out of remaining
attempt any five questions.
2) Figures to the right indicate full marks.

1. Explain the salient features of Indian Copyright Act, 1957.

16

2. Discuss historical and economical background of copyright, with special


reference to various international conventions.

16

3. Discuss the various subject matters covered under Copyright Act.

16

4. Who is first owner of copyright under Copyright Act ? Explain.

16

5. Every broadcasting organisation will have a special right known as Broadcast


Reproduction Right. Explain.
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6. Describe the provisions relating to assignment and licence of copyright .

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7. Who can proceed to seek a remedy under the Copyright Act ? Explain.

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8. Write a detail note on Copyright Society.

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9. Write short notes on any two of the following:


i) Performers Right
ii) TRIPS and Copyright
iii) Copyright Board
iv) Copyright offences.

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INDUSTRIAL DESIGNS, GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATIONS AND LAYOUT
DESIGNS OF INTEGRATED CIRCUITS (Paper IV)
Time : 3 Hours

Max. Marks : 100

Instructions : 1) Question No. 9 is compulsory.


2) Answer any five out of the remaining.
1. Discuss in details the purpose and objects of the Design Act, 2000.

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2. What is a design ? Discuss the relationship between copyright in design and


copyright in a work.

16

3. What is the procedure for registration of design ? Also state the provisions
regarding terms of design.

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4. Explain the meaning of piracy of designs. What remedies are available in such
cases ?

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5. Explain the procedure for registration of the geographical indications under the
Geographical Indications Act, 1999.

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6. What rights are conferred by registrations of Geographical Indications ? How


these rights are protected ?

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7. Explain the layout designs which can be registered under the semiconductor
Integrated Circuits Layout Design Act, 2000. Also state the procedure for
registration and advantages thereof.
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8. Explain the offences and penalties for infringement of Layout design.

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9. Write notes on any two :

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a) Difference between Geographical Indication and Trade Mark.


b) Difference between Industrial Design and Layout Design.
c) Washington Treaty, 1989.
d) Historical evolution of Design Law in India.

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