Video Information series on Patent in India


  • Part 1: How to patent an idea in India Introduction and Outline
  • Part 2: Definition of patent and what can we learn from it
  • Part 3: How much money can I make by patenting my invention?
  • Part 4: Do I really need a Patent ? is it worth the investment ?
  • Part 5: Advantages of having patent for your invention
  • Part 6: What can be patented in India ? Patentability requirements of an invention
  • Part 7: Inventions not patentable, What is not Patentable in India?
  • Part 8 : Steps and procedure and cost for getting patent in India
  • Part 9: Complete flow chart for innovative idea to granted patent in India
  • Part 10: Idea incubation phase , from innovative idea to complete invention disclosure
  • Part 11: Do I really need patent agent or patent attorney ? to file patent in India
  • Part 12: Advantages of going with patent agent or patent attorney in india
  • Part 13: First meeting with patent agent or patent attorney in India
  • Part 14: Patentability search or Novelty search of your invention in India
  • Part 15: Preparing Patent application – Patent drafting or patent writing
  • Part 16: how to speed up patent filing process in India. get patent granted as soon as possible
  • Part 17: Options for filing patent application – Patent filing in India
  • Part 18: Patent cooperation treaty PCT application, international patent application
  • Part 19: Provisional patent application in India – A low cost option for filing date
  • Part 20: From patent filing to grant of patent in India stages and complete procedure
  • Part 21: after Grant of patent : right of patentee
  • Part 22: Patent Infringement
  • Part 23: Making money with patent – strategies to Monetize patented invention
  • Part 24: What is cost of patent registration in India ?
  • Part 25: Time required for getting patent in India
  • Part 26: Start up India initiative and discount in fees 

 

 

Part 1: How to patent an idea in India Introduction and Outline

Part 2: Definition of patent and what can we learn from it 

Part 3: How much money can I make by patenting my invention? 

 

 

Part 4: Do I really need a Patent ? is it worth the investment ? 

Part 5: Advantages of having patent for your invention 

 

Part 6: What can be patented in India ? Patentability requirements of an invention 

Part 7: Inventions not patentable, What is not Patentable in India?

Part 8 : Steps and procedure and cost for getting patent in India

Part 9: Complete flow chart for innovative idea to granted patent in India

Part 10: Idea incubation phase , from innovative idea to complete invention disclosure

Part 11: Do I really need patent agent or patent attorney ? to file patent in India

Part 12: Advantages of going with patent agent or patent attorney in india

Part 13: First meeting with patent agent or patent attorney in India

Part 14: Patentability search or Novelty search of your invention in India

Part 15: Preparing Patent application - Patent drafting or patent writing

Part 16: how to speed up patent filing process in India. get patent granted as soon as possible

Part 17: Options for filing patent application - Patent filing in India

Part 18: Patent cooperation treaty PCT application, international patent application

Part 19: Provisional patent application in India - A low cost option for filing date

Part 20: From patent filing to grant of patent in India stages and complete procedure

Part 21: after Grant of patent : right of patentee

Part 22: Patent Infringement

Part 23: Making money with patent - strategies to Monetize patented invention

Part 24: What is cost of patent registration in India ?

Part 25: Time required for getting patent in India

Part 26: Start up India initiative and discount in fees

About 

Registered Patent Agent India (IN/PA 2352) with bachelors degree in electronics and telecommunication engineering. Working in patents and IPR field since 12+ years. associated with leading Intellectual Property firms in India Successfully helping inventors and businesses in securing their Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) including Patents, Trademarks, Designs & Copyrights along with Contract & Commercial Matters.