Wednesday, December 2, 2015

HEC has registered 12,000 research papers

Islamabad, The quantity of examination papers enlisted with Higher Education Commission (HEC) in 2002 was 800 which came to 12,000 amid the most recent year.

The certainty was shared at a workshop sorted out by the HEC in a joint effort with Intellectual Property Organization (IPO) of Pakistan on Intellectual Property Awareness on Monday.

The class, which was an opening occasion for a four-day preparing workshop on Intellectual Property Rights - patent drafting, permitting and valuation - being sorted out at the same venue, is financed by European Union with the backing of Trade Related Technical Assistance (TRTA II) Program, UNIDO, International Trade Center and World Intellectual Property Organization. It highlighted the significance of mindfulness among specialists and trend-setters about their rights notwithstanding revealing insight into the part of Intellectual Property Rights being developed of a nation's economy.

Talking on the event, IPO Chairman Shahid Rashid pointed out the absence of mindfulness as the weakest zone in Intellectual Property administration in Pakistan. He mourned that just 1050 licenses could be recorded in the nation amid the most recent 50 years. He said that amid the most recent five years, Pakistan could record just 117 licenses. He saw that the act of enrollment of licenses has been on a further decay following 2009. "We have to do a considerable measure of work around there," he pushed.

The IPO administrator underlined the significance of coordination among distinctive government organizations and services to deal with recording of licenses, as he said the absence of coordination has as of now brought on a serious misfortune to the nation monetarily as well as scholastically.

He commended the HEC activity for foundation of workplaces of Research, Innovation and Commercialisation in more than 40 colleges keeping in mind the end goal to advance an exploration society in the nation and give the specialists a stage and chance to showcase their work. He focused on the requirement for crossing over any barrier in the middle of the scholarly world and business substances for advancement and in addition use of examination.