ADVANCED CERTIFICATE COURSE ON COPYRIGHT LAW IN INDIA
JUST ARRIVED - INTRODUCTORY OFFER
LAST DATE TO APPLY - FEBRUARY 10 '2020
STARTS - MARCH 1 '2020
REGISTRATION FEES - ₹ 200
INTRODUCTORY OFFER till 20 FEBRUARY 2020 - ₹ 150
Copyright is a form of intellectual property protection granted under Indian law to the creators of original works of authorship such as literary works (including computer programs, tables and compilations including computer databases which may be expressed in words, codes, schemes or in any other form, including a machine readable medium), dramatic, musical and artistic works, cinematographic films and sound recordings. Copyright protection commences the moment a work is created, and its registration is optional. The Copyright Act, 1957 provides copyright protection in India.
Copyright refers to a bundle of exclusive rights vested in the owner of copyright. These rights include the right of adaptation, right of reproduction, right of publication, right to make translations, communication to public etc.
In today’s era, where every single information lies on one’s fingertip by virtue of expansive internet, the protection of copyright is both used and misused at a large scale. It has thus become a need of the hour for one to know the basic do’s and don’ts coupled with how’s of the copyright in order to both avoid and invite required legal actions.
We at LAW Learners bring this course with the aim to make the takers acquainted with the fundamental principles of Copyright Law and Protection, with a view to make them aware about their Rights on their work along with inculcating the moral ethics pertaining to the prevention of using other’s efforts and works without giving due credit.
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