IIT to host first Indian school on IPR Law

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IIT-Kharagpur and George Washington University (GWU) have signed a technical collaboration agreement to set up India's first school of Intellectual Property Rights Law. 
Christened the 'Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law', and approved by the Union HRD ministry, this school will attempt to equip post graduate students in the fast emerging field of IPR. This school has also got funding of US$1 million from Vinod Gupta, under whose guidance IIT-Kharagpur became the first IIT to house a business school. The Law school will start its academic courses from July 2006 and the starting programmes will be a 3 year, 6 semester, full time, residential course leading to Bachelor of Law in Technology and Intellectual Property Law. The eligibility for this course will be degree in engineering or technology or PG degree in any branch of science or MBA. Admission announcement shall be made in March 2006 and will be based on examination, group discussions and personal interviews. 

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