Intellectual Property Right-Policy
GBU IPR Policy
'Inventor' means any employee of Gautam Buddha University (GBU) directly and/or indirectly associated and includes those who are faculty and his/her research team members.
- The University faculty who wishes to file a patent application would submit an application along with requisite document to the Patent cell .
- The University may authorize the inventor(s) as applicant to file the patent. The financial expenses will be borne by the inventor(s). All the legal and financial liabilities will lie with the inventor(s).
- The University may also authorize the inventor(s) to get the patent filed through funding agencies such as DBT, NRDC and DST (TIFAC) on case by case basis.
- Any work sought to be filed for IPR by a faculty member alongwith his/her team members arising out of R&D work done at the University will required to be filed in joint names as inventors.
- If the IPR is a result of funds sponsored by an outside agency, then the IPR will be shared between GBU and the sponsoring agency on case by case basis, as per MOU/Agreement/Undertaking between GBU and the outside agency.
- With prior approval of GBU (through Patent Cell Committee) inventor(s) should take necessary steps for commercialization of technology/material developed.
- Any revenue generated by the exploitation of IPR, will be shared between the inventor and University in a ratio of 70:30 respectively.