problem 1: What do you mean by the term patent and why are patents essential?
problem 2: Illustrate the reason Why an invention must be patented, rather keeping it secret?
problem 3: What are the advantages of protecting an industrial design?
problem 4: What do you understand by the term national treatment with reference to the Paris Convention?
problem 5: Describe the benefits of PCT for the applicant, the patent offices and common public.
problem 6: What criteria should an invention satisfy for it to be granted a patent?
problem 7: What are the provisions concerning national treatment in the 1991 Act?
problem 8: What kind of biological materials can be deposited?
problem 9: Illustrate the issues included with compulsory licensing with reference to technological advancement of a country.
problem 10: What is the provision regarding the compulsory licensing of patents?
problem 11: What are the provisions concerning compulsory licensing in case of dependent patent beneath TRIP agreement?
problem 12: When are the breeder’s rights cancelled?
problem 13: What are the conditions to qualify for the status of international depository authority?
problem 14: Describe in brief the scope of industrial property.
problem 15: What is the basic difference between an industrial design and a trade mark or Patent?