Intellectual Property Rights One Line and Answer Key
This page includes important points of Intellectual Property Rights and answer key for MCQ on IPR.
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Answer key 01-10
01: IPR stands for Intellectual Property Rights.
02: None of the above because all are the type of IP.
03: The modern concept of IP developed in England during 17-18th century.
04: The main purpose of IP is to support new ideas.
05: IPR is indivisible.
06: PBR stands for Plant Breeder’s Rights.
08: PBR gives an exclusive control to a plant breeder over following materials
- Tissue culture.
- Cut flowers.
09: To qualify to get PBR a variety must be new, distinct, and uniform.
10: A plant variety will be considered new, if it has not been commercialized for more than one year.
Answer Key 11-20
12: A plant breeder has to submit seeds to national office. Exclusive rights are granted for 20/25 years, or 25/30 years for trees and vines).
13: Individuals, companies, and association of personscan use conventional IPR.
15: Trademark is related to logowork.
16: The unorthodox or innovative IPRs include Industrial Design, geographical Indications, plant varieties and semi conductor layout design.
17: Other organisations involved in IPR in India are as follows
- CII: Confederation of Indian Industries. ASSOCHAM: Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industries.
- Department of Science and Technology TIFAC: Technical Information Forecasting and Assessment Council.
19: Criteria for registration of new plant variety are as follows
Novelty: A variety should not have been commercialized for more than one year.
Uniformity: Uniform in appearance.
Stability: Stable in appearance over generations.
Answer Key 21-25
21: The dual right under PPV & FR Act, 2001 are as follows
- One is for the variety and,
- Other is for the denomination.
22: EDV stands for Essentially Derived Varieties.
24: Seed sovereignty is defined as the right “to breed and exchange diverse open-sourced seeds”.