HANOI UNIVERSITY OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS HELD A TRAINING COURSE ON INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

Thursday - 26/11/2020 22:48
University of Home Affairs organized a training course on intellectual property for staff, lecturers, employees, and students to gain the knowledge of intellectual property, registration, and protection of intellectual property rights with an aim to raise their awareness of intellectual property as well as the exploitation of intellectual properties of the University and other individuals
HANOI UNIVERSITY OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS HELD A TRAINING COURSE ON INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

On Nov 23rd, 2020, a training course on intellectual property for officials, lecturers, and undergraduate students was held on the 5th floor of Library Information Center in Hanoi University of Home Affairs. Assoc.Prof. Dr. Nguyen Quoc Suu, Vice Rector of the University attended and spoke at the training course.

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The Vice Rector Suu was making a speech The Vice Rector Suu was making a speech 
In the trend of integration and globalization, in the mix of cooperation and competition in all aspects of social life both domestically and internationally. It is very important to protect the accomplishments in the creative process as well as in the investment of the intellectual, efforts, money, reputation and brand by every organization and individual. Therefore, the Law on Intellectual Property enacted in 2005 and then amended and supplemented with specific provisions aims to create a healthy environment in order to encourage them to promote their intelligence and creativity to launch intellectual products contributing to the cause of national construction and development. However, to protect intellectual property rights, they must have the most basic knowledge of their rights, obligations and responsibilities for the assets they have researched and created.SHTT03
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The two experts Assoc. Prof. PhD. Tran Van Hai and PhD. Tran Le Hong shared their experiences at the training course
 
In their presentations, the two speakers Assoc. Prof. PhD. Tran Van Hai, Head of Intellectual Property Department of the Faculty of Management Science under Hanoi University of Social Sciences and Humanities, and PhD. Tran Le Hong, the Vice Director of the Intellectual Property Department shared issues concerning intellectual property with more than 300 students, 180 lecturers and officials. This is a great opportunity for them to gain the knowledge of intellectual property, registration and protection of intellectual property rights with an aim to raise their awareness of intellectual property as well as the exploitation of intellectual properties of the University and other individuals.
 
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A large number of students were very interested in training content on intellectual property
 
The training course focused on such main contents as the legal provisions of intellectual property; registration and protection of intellectual property rights; principles of management, exploitation and  distribution of profits in intellectual properties; Registration and protection of intellectual properties of Hanoi University of Home Affairs and so on. Much useful knowledge was shared by two experts and many questions were raised and discussed openly at the training class, which showed the special interests by lecturers, officials, and undergraduates in the field of intellectual property.
 
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The students were taken photos with speakers
Speaking at the course, Mr. Suu highlighted the important role of intellectual property and copyright of works ... especially in doing research into and publishing them. Publications, scientific topics, innovatives ... must be copyrighted. He highly appreciated the organizing committee and added that this was a useful and timely job contributing to disseminating the knowledge of intellectual property to lecturers, officials and undergraduate students of the University. He thanked the speakers and experts for spending their precious time to share great knowledge with them.

 

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