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Thursday 2 February 2017


By Dr IM  |  08:50 No comments


Patent bill is a very good for the India, as patent act provides the security for inventor, motivate by giving rewards in the form of benefits. It's a need of human being/nation whether it is in the form of money or publicity of brand. In case of patenting necessary things like medicine in Indian patent act their is provision that no one can patent medicine which will going to use for life threading diseases and government have right to off patent any medicine in emergency situations.

So in conclusion patent bill is need to encourage researchers in R&D sector in India in turn to increase the financial involvement by government. For a country like India, where more than 40% of people are below poverty line, it would be unjust on our part to patent the consumer staples, like health care, medicine. We can't make someone reap the benefits of their patents, keeping the lives of the poor people at stake. But at the same time, patenting of technologies like those used in the mobile industry would certainly spur the economy by encouraging research in that field. The first legislation in India relating to patents was the Act VI of 1856.

The objective of this legislation was to encourage inventions of new and useful manufactures and to induce inventors to disclose secret of their inventions. In 1952 an amendment was made to provide compulsory license in relation to patents in respect of food and medicines, insecticide, germicide or fungicide and a process for producing substance or any invention relating to surgical or curative devices. Indian patent act changed 9 times till now and the latest amendment is in 2005. Indian companies that are now producing generic versions of drugs for which patent applications were submitted between the signing of the WTO (World Trade Organization) agreement in 1995 and January 1, 2005 will be allowed to continue doing so only if they pay a “reasonable” royalty to the patent holder. This is an all but ironclad guarantee that the prices of such drugs will increase and increase sharply.
A patent is an exclusive right granted for an invention, which is a product or a process that provides a new way of doing something, or offers a new technical solution to a problem. A patent provides protection for the invention to the owner of the patent for a limited period, generally 20 years.

In Favor:-
·         Through patent law, the inventor will have a recognition and right over his product. So, this inspires them and also many people to invent something useful.

In Against:-

·         If any other person invents the same thing independently but a few days later, he won’t have right over that as the person, who already invented it can file a case against him.
·         By applying patent law on health related products such as medicines testing equipments, common man suffers as he have to pay extra price.

Conclusion:-Patent bill is good for not only India but for every country as it is doing justice for the inventors. But this patent bill should not become an extra burden to common man.

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