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EEO. 2021; 20(5): 1373-1377


Significance of Intellectual Property Rights in Elementary Education

Chaitra Ravi, Naresh E, Merla Swetha.

Abstract
Intellectual property (IP) is a mind creation involving invention, works of literature and art, and the words, titles, and pictures used by commerce. For an instance, IPs, which allow people to gain financial advantage or appreciation of what they discover or produce, are covered in law by the patent, copyright, and trade-marks also known as intellectual property rights (IPRs). Distance learning is also one of the concerns for protecting intellectual property rights. Distance learning refers to interactive, online, immersive platforms for educating students at geographically isolated places from where they are taught. The utilization of intellectual property to defend the interests of the public will lead to an improvement in the general value of the information provided by prohibiting corporations or entities from patenting innovations produced by universities. The protection of IPRs is one of the most concerning issues as the mode of communication is online in most of the areas. This paper summarises the problems faced by education institutions in intellectual properties and where they are lagging behind in the protection of studentís and professorís innovations. The paper also emphasizes the protection of proficient ideas emerging from the institutions.

Key words: Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs), Elementary education, Distance learning, innovations, concerns, IPR protection.



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