Intellectual property rights

Posted by The Open Page | 11th April 2017

November 14th is celebrated as Children's Day all over India,
in the loving memory of Jawaharlal Nehru. Y. J. Trivedi & Co.
celebrated this day in a very unique way, as IPR Bal Din wherein
they organized an event comprising of Games, Crossword Puzzles, Skits and many
more interesting things based on various upcoming issues pertaining to
Intellectual Property Rights, which children come across in their day to day
life. This event was organized under the aegis of Y. J. Trivedi - AMA Academy
for Intellectual Property Rights meant for kids falling in the age
group of 7-15 years. Dishita shah, the international associate for YJ Trivedi and associates was the speaker and trainer of the seminar. The seminar focused on inculcating awareness on the concepts of patents, copyrights and other forms of intellectual property. Programs like these are probably the best mediums to advocate children, at this early age, about their Intellectual Property Rights and
also inculcate in them the spirit to do any work rightfully and respect the
Intellectual Property of others. The audience was eager and visibly excited to learn new things and they managed to surprise the speaker with their knowledge and enthusiasm. 

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