Dr. Dinesh. S
Dr. DINESH.S born in Chitradurga, on 18th May, 1972 to Smt. Leelavathi and Siddavanahalli Shivanandappa. An achiever and a hard worker, he has to his credit a number of degrees acquired at a very young age. After completing undergraduate studies, he joined Law course at Sarasawathi Law College, Chitradurga in the year 1993. After completion of LL.B., he acquired Master Degree in Constitutional Law (LL.M) from University of Mysore in 1998. In 2008 he is awarded Master of Philosophy in Labour Studies (M.Phil) from Maduri Kamaraj University, Tamil Nadu. Further he also got one more Master Degree on New and Challenging Subject Intellectual Property Law (LL.M) from Sri Venkateshwara University, Thirupati, Andhra Pradesh, in 2009. He Received the Doctorate of Philosophy in Law (Ph.D) on the thesis �A Study on Geographical Indication as Tools to Protect the Traditional Knowledge under Intellectual Property Rights� from University of North Orissa under the guidance of Dr. (Prof) Jayadevi Pati, Retired Principal of Madhusudhana Law College, Cuttack, Orissa and Co-guidance of Dr. N.C Patnaik, Principal Lingaraja Law College, Berempur, Orissa in Feb 2015. He has written many articles in National and International Journals and presented the research papers in different National and State Level Conferences. He is a visiting Guest Faculty at Chitradurga Police Training School, since 2000. Presently he is working as Associate Professor of Law and NSS officer in S.J.M. Law College, Chitradurga, which is affto Karnataka State Law University, Hubballi.
Dr. Narayan Charan Patnaik
Dr. Narayan Charan Patnaik born on 1966 as youngest son of Late B.B. Patnaik, Graduated in the year 1987 from Sambalpur University and passed both his LL.B. and LL.M. from Berhampur University. He obtained his Ph.D. Degree in Law in the year 1999. Dr. N.C. Patnaik has been actively associated with teaching and research in Law for over one and a half decade. He was faculty and Head of P.G. Department of Law, North Orissa University, Baripada during 2003-2011. He also worked as faculty and Principal in Ganjam Law College, Berhampur during 1995 to 2003. Presently Dr. Patnaik is working as Principal in Lingaraj Law College (A constituent college of Berhampur University) and has been teaching law subjects both to LL.B. and LL.M. Students. Dr. Patnaik has a number of Research Publications at his credit in National and International Journals.
Human beings have a natural desire to do new creative activities. Creative activities like skill and imagination to produce new works of new ideas. In an age where intellectual Property regimes which special reference to Geographical indications and Traditional knowledge are being strengthens, redefined as well as challenged philosophical justification and protection. Intellectual property has become the burning issue of modern law. This book provides a comprehensive introduction to the study of Geographical Indication and the Protection of Traditional Knowledge under Intellectual Property Rights. Besides other emerging concepts in IPR appropriate and latest case laws have been interspersed to make the concept clearer. It is now almost common tendency that there is an increasing interest in IPR all over the world. The need for the protection of Intellectual Property is increasing the world over day by day. With the development of society and civilization the scope of the Intellectual Property Law also broadened with the innovations in the field of science and Technology. That the knowledge is power is into a new revolution. What is new is the modification of knowledge and its reorganization as private rights to protected by law. This book aims to present a comprehensive analysis, to the subject of Intellectual Property, its scope and protection the traditional knowledge along with National and International dimension. It covers geographical indication and legal framework in India, traditional knowledge and protection. This is mainly intended for the use of teacher and students of Law as well as the Legal Professionals Suggestion for the improvement of this Book is welcome and will be gratefully acknowledged.