To become a centre of excellence in creating human resources in the field of Intellectual property rights and establish a system of value based knowledge in IPR.
To provide IPR education to the faculty and students. To manage innovation and IPR within the framework of curriculum in various programmes. To contribute to socio-economic development through IPR.
To develop human resources in the field of Intellectual Property Rights. To create IPR awareness and to implement different programmes in the University. To advise all the faculty and students on the importance of IPR and help them in filing patents and provide necessary guidelines.
To provide IPRs protection information, orientation, and facilities to university researchers. To guide & advise faculty and students on how to obtain & sustain patents and help them to approach the patent information centre.
To provide goal-oriented research that is targeted towards societal needs and market needs. Based on knowledge of IPR.
Patent Filed / Published / Granted Details FY 2021 & 2022
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March 5, 2018, saw the beginning of a new journey at REVA University for the young spirited entrepreneurs as REVA signed its partnership agreement with the Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (EDII), Ahmedabad. EDII is an autonomous and not-for-profit institution, set up in 1983. With this association, REVA University aspires to set up a School of Entrepreneurship and Family Enterprise (SEFE) at REVA offering an Undergraduate programme in Entrepreneurship apart from offering various short-term certification courses under the parasol of SEFE.
Our Honourable Chancellor Dr P. Shyama Raju, Vice Chancellor Dr. M. Dhanamjaya of REVA University along with a couple of other directors visited EDII for a quick understanding of the programme structure. The Chancellor in fact interacted with the PG students of EDII apart from the official signing of the memorandum of understanding which took place with the EDII Director Dr Sunil Shukla.
Snehal Sampat Jadhav, PG student, Department of Biotechnology, School of Chemical and Biological Sciences, REVA University, has been accepted into the Aspiring Women Entrepreneurs programme, sponsored by the US Department of State and The University of Texas at Austin. Her application has been considered an exceptional application from amongst the young talented women who applied from India.
Director- Corporate Training (REVA Academy for Corporate Excellence-RACE)
Dean, REVA Business School
Director, School Of Civil Engineering
Director, School Of Electronics & Communication Engineering
Director, School Of Mechanical Engineering
Director, School Of Electrical & Electronics Engineering
Director, School Of Computer Science & Applications
Director, School Of Arts & Humanities
Director, Performing Arts
Dean Research & Development Cell
Director, School of Management Studies
Director, School of Commerce
Deputy Director, School of Computer Science and Engineering
Deputy Director, School of Computing and Information Technology.
Director, University Industry Interaction center
Sr. Manager, University Industry Interaction center
Head, IPR Cell
Asst. Manager, University Industry Interaction center
Corporate Executive and Trainer
Corporate Executive and Trainer
Director, REVA UIIC & REVA NEST
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The University Industry Interaction Centre (UIIC) is one of the strategic centers, committed to work as a catalyst for promoting collaboration amongst academicians, scientists and industrialists to achieve competitiveness in developing the technical manpower for socio economic development under the present scenario of global competition and challenges.
Strive to excel as the best interaction center in the university system by promoting collaboration between university and industry for imparting quality education and employability skills
To act as a catalyst for promoting collaboration amongst academicians, scientists and industrialists to achieve competitiveness in developing the technical manpower for socio economic development under the present scenario of global competition and challenges.
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