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CIPAM invites entries for Intellectual Property Competition

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The Cell for IPR Promotion and Management (CIPAM), Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade, in collaboration with ASSOCHAM and Ericsson India, has launched the second edition of IPrism, an Intellectual Property (IP) competition for students of schools, polytechnic institutes, colleges and universities. 
 
Aiming to foster a culture of innovation and creativity in the younger generation, the competition will provide young creators an opportunity to see their creations recognized on a national platform, an official press release said.
 
This year, entries are invited on “IP in Daily Life” in two categories – film making and comic book making. 
 
The film making competition will accept entries of 60-second long animated/film videos, while the comic book making encourages participants to narrate a story in comic strips under 5 pages.
 
Cash prizes worth more than Rs. 2 lakh will be given to the winning teams besides a special trophy of recognition for the school, institute or college that the students represent. The winners will also be recognised on CIPAM’s official website
 
The last date for receiving entries is May 30, 2019, the release said.
 
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