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Devrishi Vijan (--)     07 April 2012

Project concept

I am working on a unique project for my final year college project. My professors have informed that my findings, design and concept are unique and I need to register these to claim them as intellectual property.

This project uses some general technical concepts and copyrighted designed boards from outside sources.

Kindly help me in the matter.


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Rajesh Hazra (Mediator and Legal Counsel )     07 April 2012

Do you want to file a Patent Application or a Design Registration ?

Devrishi Vijan (--)     08 April 2012

The project is still underdevelopment. The techniques and technologies used will not be for sure mine. But the concept and observations are mine. I wish to secure my IPR for the basic idea and the layout (for implementation) of the Digital parking management system project.

Nagaraja B S (Corporate Commercial & IP Lawyer)     09 April 2012



It is interesting, would be inetrested to help you.

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