Intellectual property is a generic term that refers to creations of the intellect i.e. minds. Just as tangible property is capable of being protected, intellectual property is also similarly protected. People need to be educated about IP, its registration system and the laws in their country and internationally so they can appreciate the need for such laws and can adhere to them. Keeping in view the significance the office of Research Innovation and Commercialization (ORIC) was organized a three hours seminar on ‘Intellectual Property Rights and its Registration System in Pakistan’ on Thursday the 3rd May, 2018 in the Executive Conference Room No. 106, Academic Complex.
Ms. Humaira Shakeel, Deputy Director, IPO-Pakistan, Islamabad.