INTELLECTUAL PROPEERTY LAW
JOB REPORT UPON
FARMER'S RIGHTS WITH SPECIAL MENTION OF THE PROTECTION OF PLANT VARIETIES AND FARMERS' RIGHTS ACT, 2001
RAJIV GANDHI NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF LAW,
SUBMITTED IN partial fulfilment of
N. A. LMOST ALL. B. (Hons. ) 5TH semester on
25TH APRIL, 2012
Submitted to: Submitted by- GROUP VII
MS. GEETIKA WALIA SHELLY MITTAL (503)
(ASSISSTANT TEACHER OF LAW) DIVYA SINGLA (523)
KRISHNAVEER SINGH (553)
ADVITIYA AWASTHI (543)
CHIRAG PARIHAR (567)
This project is simply based on the bonafide research work carried out within the guidance and supervision of Ms. Geetika Walia, precisely the same has not been submitted anywhere for just about any purposes at all.
Ms. Shelly Mittal (503)
Ms. Divya Singla (523)
Mr. Krishnaveer Singh Rajawat (553)
Mr. Advitiya Awasthi (543)
Mr. Chirag Parihar (567)
RAJIV GANDHI COUNTRYWIDE UNIVERSITY OF LAW, PUNJAB
Ms. Geetika Walia
This is to certify that the Task Paper Permitted: Farmer's Proper With Unique Reference to Grow Varieties Act, 2001 published to Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab, in partially fulfilment with the requirements intended for Paper-III with the B. A. LL. M (Hons. ), sixth semester, is carried out by: Ms. Shelly Mittal
Ms. Divya Singla
Mr. Krishnaveer Singh Rajawat
Mister. Advitiya Awasthi
Mr. Chirag Parihar
beneath my supervision and advice. It is even more certified that no element of this study has been posted to any College or university for being any Degree or Degree whatsoever.
Ms. Geetika Walia
On completion of this Project it is each of our present privilege to admit our outstanding gratitude and indebtedness toward our educators for their useful suggestion and constructive criticism. Their treasured guidance and unrelenting support kept all of us on the right track throughout the project. All of us gratefully acknowledge our greatest sense of gratitude to: Prof. (Dr. ) G. S. Jaswal, Vice-Chancellor, Rajiv Gandhi Nationwide University of Law, for providing all of us with the infrastructure and personal focus which proved to be a blessing; Our revered and intellectual guide Ms. Geetika Walia, who have presented us this wonderful opportunity and guided us throughout the project work; Selection staff for his or her able support without which usually this job would not have been completely completed; Mr. Inderpreet and also other computer staff who helped us in operating computer system and offering access to net and other technical support; We are pleased to our loved ones and close friends for the affection and encouragement which doing this task became a pleasure; Lastly we would like to thank the ALMIGHTY whose blessings helped us to make this job come out effectively with soaring colours.
STAND OF ITEMS
Chapter- 1………………………………………………………………………………………... 7 INTRODUCTION7
1 . you Introductory……………………………………... …………………………………7 1 . 2Situation Of Farmers In India8
Chapter - 210
BEGINNING OF FARMERS' RIGHTS IN INDIA10
2 . 1Role Of Trips And UPOV Agreement10
Chapter -- 314
RELATION OF FARMER'S RIGHT TO INTELECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS14 3. 1General Provisions Below PPVFR, 200114
3. 1 . 1Establishment of Protection of Plant Kinds and Farmers' Rights Authority14
3. 1 . 2Establishment of tribunal15
3. 1 . 3National Register of Plant varieties15
3. 2Provisions For Grow Breeders Under...
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