India: Lucy Rana mentors a group of 60 professors at Ramjas College
Mrs. Lucy Rana, Managing Associate Advocate at
S.S. Rana & Co., recently delivered a lecture to a group of 60 college professors at
‘Training the Trainers: IPR workshop’ hosted by Ramjas College, University of Delhi as part of their centennial year celebrations under the aegis of IPR Chair and Centre for Science Education and Communication (CSEC), DU. The topic of the lecture was
‘Introduction and Registration Procedures for Trademark and Geographical Indications’. The talk initially focused on the basics of Trademark law and Geographical Indications followed by the importance and practical aspects of Trademark and GI registration in India. The session was inaugurated by Mr. R. Saha, former director of TIFAC, and the current advisor to the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), who started the workshop by delivering a lecture on the topic ‘Intellectual Property: Creating Wealth’.
Ramjas College is a college under the University of Delhi located in its North Campus. It is one of the first three colleges established under University of Delhi and admits both undergraduates and post-graduates, and awards degrees under the purview of the University of Delhi. Famous for its rich history and many traditions, Ramjas is widely renowned as one of the most famous higher educational institutions in India offering degrees in the liberal arts, the sciences, and commerce. Established by the great educationist and philanthropist, Rai Kedar Nath in 1917, the college is celebrating its centennial year of establishment this year.