Women Scientists Scheme-C (WOS-C) for M.Pharm by Government of India
Women Scientist Scheme (WOS) is a fl agship programme of KIRAN Division of Department of Science & Technology (DST). Through one of its components- ‘Women Scientist Scheme-C (WOS-C)’- it provides one y ear on-the-job training in the area of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR). Patent Facilitating Centre (PFC) of Technology Information, Forecasting and Assessment Co uncil (TIFAC) has been entrusted with implementation of WOS-C
(1) Women with Indian citizenship
(2) Minimum essential qualification : Master of Science; Bachelors in Engineering/Technology or equivalent.
(3) Age : Minimum 27 years; Maximum 45 years as on 01-01-2018 Note: a) Women in permanent position are not eligible to apply and b) those who have already undergone training (partially or fully) in any of the earlier batches or those who are undergoing training in the ongoing batch are not eligible to apply.
a) Proficiency in handling computerized database, collection, collation, analysis and report preparation,
(b) basic understand ing of various IPR aspects & issues with logical aptitude towards scientific developments across the world and experience in research, preparation of project reports, term papers and similar activities.
MSc in Basic or Applied Sciences/BTech/MBBS or equivalent degree Rs. 20,000/- pm
M.Phil/MTech/M.Pharma/MVSc or equivalent degree : Rs. 25,000/- pm
PhD in Basic or Applied Sciences or equivalent degree : Rs. 30,000/- pm
Min. Age : 27
Max. Age : 45
Age as on : 01-01-2018
1. Empower talented and skilled women who have studied science, engineering, medicine and allied areas to contribute effectively in the advancement of science and technology in the country.
2. Develop a pool of women scientists geared up in creating, protecting and managing intellectual property in India.
3. Train talented and meritorious women in laws related to protection of intellectual property (IP), management of IPR, determination of novelty and originality of IP, ascertaining patentability of an invention, searches of databases related to patents and allied databases and other aspects of IPR; enabling them to seek specialized employment or be self employed.
4. Develop a core of professionals for preparing specialized reports based on IPR such as technology scan and freedom to operate reports.
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