Gujarat National Law University (GNLU), Gandhinagar and Y.J.Trivedi & Co. have announced the 2nd annual intellectual property rights essay competition for 2012.
Eligibility: Participant must be a full time student with UG or PG programme of recognised College/ Institute/University.
Deadline: 4 June 2012
- Patent Monopoly and Doctrine of Exhaustion.
- Intellectual Property- Overlaps.
- The Role of Indian Judiciary with Special Reference to the trans- Border Infringement Issues in IPR.
- Protection of Copyright in Digital Age.
- Essays must not be longer than 3,000 words.
- It must be accompanied by an abstract of not more than 300 words.
- All submissions must be in Times New Roman, 12 Font Size, 1.5 Line Spacing and Headings/Titles must be in Capital.
- Quotes and references must be clearly marked throughout the essay (preferably in italics) and properly cited.
- Any method of citation can be followed but is required to be consistent throughout the text.
- Kindly,enclosed all the three documents (Cover Page, Abstract and Essay) in one Doc file.
- It is MANDATORY to register the entry by registration link available on the website.
- Participant should not submit more than one entry.
- Entries should be accompanied by a cover page with the author/s name, mailing address, telephone, fax numbers, and e-mail address; name, address of the institution where the student is enrolled, year of study.
- Word count is required to be mentioned on the cover page.
- Joint Authorship is allowed, but it should not exceed two participants.
- Submissions can only be made online, in English.
- Entries will be accepted only in MS WORD.
- PDF format will not be ACCEPTED.
- The identity of the author is not allowed to be indicated anywhere in the text.
- References to specific individuals, firms, or schools, which might reveal the author’s identity are strongly discouraged and shall be liable to be disqualified without any refund of the registration fees.
- All submissions are to be electronically mailed ONLY to ipeassy [at] gnlu [dot] ac [dot] in.