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Patent Prior Art Search is a very important step before filing a patent in India or elsewhere. It not only secure your patent from the problem such as "Patent Infringement" but also gives you enough confident in the future patent process.It is also known as "novelty search". After performing a good prior art search you can easily answer the most difficult question which is "What is Unique about my invention". In this short informative post, I will explain you about "Software/Services to perform Patent Prior Art Search".
​Indian patent office is trying their best to make filing process as user-friendly as possible. Now, An Inventor can also file Provisional Patent Application without following any scientific rules and regulations. Intellectual Property Office of India gives us an online tool to eFile Patent Applications easily and effectively. In this post, I will explain "How to file provisional patent applications in India"
In this post, I am going to explain about "Patentability of Software Inventions in India". It is a long battle in the plethora of information of which you find very hard to understand and implement. Different websites have different opinions. But In this post, you will find the exact rules and regulations implemented on Software Patents by Indian Intellectual Property Law and Indian Patent Act, 1970 and also research based facts present on "Internet Repository".
Patent attorneys or agents are also doctors of new invention and it is a long job to get your patent done. Patent prior search is also a very long process. Patent Agents are Engineers and/or science graduates, and Patent Attorney are Engineers+Lawyer by profession. They have combined knowledge of technology as well as legal boundaries behind that profession.
Are you an inventor and want to file a patent for your invention then this post is for you.
According to " Section 7,54 and 135 of Patent Act 1970" , There are basically 5 types of patent applications which are:
Hello friends, How are you.I am receiving many queries regarding "Syllabus for patent exam in India". "the best way to prepare for the Indian Patent Agent Exam and books for patent drafting"etc on Social Platform named Quora. Therefore, I have decided to prepare a standardized post for "Indian patent agent exam 2016" on my personal blog.


Before exploring the syllabus of patent agent examination, I want to add some points which will be beneficial for all those candidates who are preparing for PAE
Patent agent examination is an important paper for all those Science Graduates, Engineers etc who wants to make their career in Technolegal field. You will become eligible to handle the tedious tasks such as Patent Drafting, Prior Art Search, Patent Filing, Patent Infringements cases etc.
There exist two paths in technolegal field:
a. Either clear PAE after engineering.
b. or/and Enrolled in three-year law school after clearing engineering.
Step b. is a very popular step because an advocate having technical skills is having extreme knowledge in law rather than clearing a single paper. Ok, Come to the language of your question. Mentioned below is:
Detailed syllabus for patent agent examination, 2016 :
Indian Patent Agent Examination is going to be held on 27 November 2016.Few days are left and in this 1 month, a better strategy is required to face such an examination.First, you have to understand the pattern of this exam.
Pattern of Indian Patent Examination
  1. Paper Consists of two parts Paper I and Paper II

Paper I consists of:


a. Part A (60 marks)
b. Part B (10 marks)

c. Part C (30 marks)
Part A, B and C is further divided into two Parts which are
  • Part A (60 marks) consists of 30 M.C.Q of 2 marks each
Difficulty Level : Medium
  • Part B (10 marks) consists of 10 True/false type questions of 1 mark each.
Difficulty Level: Medium

  • Part C (30 marks) consists of 10 True/False type questions of 3 marks each.
Difficulty Level: Medium to High

Paper II consists of:

  • Part A and B consists of Situation Based Questions (all compulsory) (50 marks)
Part A and B:

  • will cover 4 question of 5 marks and 3 question of 10 marks. 
Difficulty Level: Medium to High

Part C:

Questions asked in Part C is related to the practical view of patent filing. It is based on client - Agent relationship. For this part, You must be capable of drafting abstracts, drafting claims, appropriate title, provides illustrations etc. For this, you must be an expert in “Technolegal” concepts behind an invention.

Part C will further consists of Part C1 and C2:

  • Part C1 consists of 2 questions; the candidate is required to answer any 1 of them. (1 question 20 marks)

  • Part C2 also consists of 2 questions; the candidate is required to answer any 1 of them. (1 question 30 marks) 
Difficulty Level: High
To utilize this 4 months
  • Read Drafts, Claims, and specifications of previous inventions from google patents, USPTO etc.
  • Read Indian Patent Act, 1970 and also the amendment act on the official website of Controller general of Patents, Designs and Trademarks.
  • Solve Previous Year Question Papers as much as possible.
  • Improves your writing skills.
Recommended Books:
To clear patent agent examination, first you need to clear your basics. Patent Drafting Secrets by Justin Jackson works for you.

Previous Year Papers


Step by Step Tutorial to get a work Copyright in India.
1. Open copyright.gov.in and click on the link that is shown in pic

Copyright Law in India

Copyright Law is mentioned in the INDIAN COPYRIGHT ACT, 1957. This act extends to the whole of India. In India, there is a lack of awareness among individuals regarding copyright law. Copyright law is applicable to the six works mentioned below: