Dr. (Mrs.) Manju Singh Tonk
Directorate of Human Resource Management
Phone No : 9996210277
Alternate No : 01662-289444
Email Id : firstname.lastname@example.org
CCSHAU is committed firmly to the development of new knowledge and innovation for the benefit of farmers in the State of Haryana and the nation of India. The creative ideas, innovations, and discoveries of its faculty, researchers and technical staff, and the subsequent transfer of those ideas to use through extension services, training and commercial application, are critical components of the University’s mission and its commitment to India and its farmers. The new knowledge generated through the research, scholarship, extension and creative activities of the University have transformed the lives of the citizens of the State of Haryana. The WTO regime in India has led to a trend wherein users – including farmers – now are willing to pay for the value-added technology, seed and germplasm. It follows then that the University must conduct innovative research and development to be globally competitive, including a new approach to capture the added value through IPR protection and its subsequent transfer to commercial application through partnerships with industry, government agencies, seed associations and other appropriate organizations. Furthermore, the University’s faculty and technical staff must be full partners in this new regime, through incentives for devoting their significant time and effort to IPR protection and technology transfer initiatives. Following efforts have been done:
- IPR Cell established on December, 22, 2005
- MOU between MSU,USA and CCSHAU Signed on March 21, 2006
- Capacity Building Training by Dr R.B.srivastava at MSU,USA for two months(June-July, 2006)
- IPR Policy of CCSHAU- Approved by Board of Management on 26. 4.2007
- IPR Policy and Regulation Document base on ICAR Guide-lines got Printed
- The Vice Chancellor Launched IPR Policy for Implementation in the University on 25.6. 2007
- To encourage the University and its faculty and technical staff to engage in applied innovative research and development of products/process that can be transferred to the benefit of farmers and other members of the public, the State, and Nation;
- To provide open guidelines for the protection of the University’s innovations, in accordance with India’s “Right to Information Act, 2005”
- To enable the transfer of these innovations to application for public benefit and commercial use, in transparent operations consistent with India’s “Right to Information Act, 2005
- To provide incentives to the faculty and technical staff to participate in the creation of inventions, IPR protection and commercial licensing activities.
- Ownership of all Inventions made by University students or technical staff within the scope of their technical expertise and/or assigned duties shall be owned by the University, and formally assigned to University upon filing for statutory protection.
- The term “Inventions” incorporates the following forms of intellectual property: Patents (and accompanying Know-How), Industria
- The University seeks no claim of ownership to copyrightable works developed by faculty members, students and supporting staff of the University, unless a copyrightable work is commissioned by the University as a “Work for Hire.” University shall also initiate necessary steps to protect post-graduate dissertations as per ICAR guidelines.
- Ownership of an Invention resulting from a research project sponsored by the private sector at the University shall be defined in the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) negotiated to govern such sponsored work.
- Ownership of Intellectual Property developed in the course of research collaboration between Haryana Agricultural University and another university or other public organization shall be defined in the Memorandum of Understanding negotiated between the collaborators.
- The University shall own and control the use of all Trademarks representing the “brand” of the University in any form or application.
- University shall not claim ownership to the invention made by faculty, students and supporting staff beyond the scope of assigned official duties, if the invention has been made without the use of time and funds of the university.
Responsibilities of Faculty, Students and Supporting Staff
IPR Policy inventors are full partners in the IPR protection and commercialization processes, including but not limited to exercising the following responsibilities:
- Proper documentation of research data and record keeping at departmental level shall be enforced by Head of Departments and Identify to the IPR Cell those applied research developments which may have practical benefit for the farmers and other citizens.
- It will be per-requisite for faculty members/students to do IPR search while preparation of projects/synopsis in order to generate quality research products. Before submission/disclosure of results or go for publication, they will also see the patentability aspects of their work. Patent /protection is granted if the information is not in public domain.
- Cooperate with the IPR Cell in documenting Inventions on forms prescribed by funding agencies and made available by the IPR Cell
- Cooperate with the IPR Cell in drafting the patent applications to be filed with the competent government agencies.
- Cooperate with the IPR Cell in identifying personal and corporate contacts in the private sector that would be candidates for licensing of disclosed Inventions
- Cooperate with the IPR Cell in completing intellectual property reports to funding agencies
- Serve as a technical resource to the IPR Cell in the process of negotiating a license agreement for a respective Invention.
- Simplified Multiresidue Test For Milk, Butter And Ghee
- A Machine for Pricking of Aonla Fruits for Preparation of Aonla Murabba
- Statistical Package for Mating Designs
- Rapid field diagnostic test for HS in cattle and buffaloes.
- Anti-theileriosis vaccine
- A Process for preparation of Anti-theileriosis vaccine
- Modified design of seed thresher to minimize seed injury in different crops.
- Field spot test to detect urea in milk.
- A novel culture medium for plant tissue culture studies.
- Formation of transgenic chickpea plants without using tissue culture techniques .
- A novel method of mass-multiplying bacterial parasite for nematode control (Pasteuria penetrans).
- Techniques for energization of a pyramid.
- Replacement of growth regulators in plant tissue culture media with culture supernant of phyto-hormone producing bacteria.
- Process of development of probiotic fermented indigenous foods.
- ß-Carotene and iron Rich Biscuit and Shakarpara process.
- Process of development of nutritional food for diabetics based on pearl millet and medicinal plants.
- Enzyme making from buffalo/cattle cud.
- PHB production in rhizobia- Production of Biodegradable Plastics.
- Development of quality control kit for rhizobial liquid inoculants
- Development of low cost liquid formulation of native strains of Bacillus thuringiensis against Helicoverpa armigera using agroindustrial byproducts.
- Development of low cost powder formulation of native strains of Bacillus thuringiensis against Helicoverpa armigera using agroindustrial byproducts