NEW DELHI: Cell for IPR Promotion and Management (CIPAM), under the department of industrial policy and promotion, has launched a competition for college and university students to foster a culture of innovation and creativity in the youth. The competition – IPrism – invites students to submit films on piracy and counterfeiting under two categories of 30 and 60 seconds, it said in a statement.
Another category in the competition is for a mobile gaming app on intellectual property (IP). Cash prizes of Rs. 4 lakh will be given to the winning teams along with mementos and certificates. The competition would also provide the enthusiasts a unique opportunity to see their creations recognised on a national platform.
The last date for receiving entries is March 31. The competition was launched in collaboration with Assocham and Ericsson India.