Examination – Jack Feeny Reviews http://jackfeenyreviews.com/ Thu, 24 Nov 2022 14:59:20 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://jackfeenyreviews.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-1-150x150.png Examination – Jack Feeny Reviews http://jackfeenyreviews.com/ 32 32 SSC Stenographer 2022 Answer Key Posted for Grade C, D Exam at ssc.nic.in, link here https://jackfeenyreviews.com/ssc-stenographer-2022-answer-key-posted-for-grade-c-d-exam-at-ssc-nic-in-link-here/ Thu, 24 Nov 2022 13:23:08 +0000 https://jackfeenyreviews.com/ssc-stenographer-2022-answer-key-posted-for-grade-c-d-exam-at-ssc-nic-in-link-here/ SSC Stenographer 2022 Answer Key Posted for Grade C, D Exam at ssc.nic.in, link here Photo: iStock SSC Stenographer 2022 answer key released! SSC released the Stenographer 2022 answer key for C and D grade exams today, November 24th. Candidates who have appeared for the exam can check and download the answer key from the […]]]>

SSC Stenographer 2022 Answer Key Posted for Grade C, D Exam at ssc.nic.in, link here

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SSC Stenographer 2022 answer key released! SSC released the Stenographer 2022 answer key for C and D grade exams today, November 24th. Candidates who have appeared for the exam can check and download the answer key from the official website of SSC– ssc.nic.in. Candidates can raise objections against the provisional answer key until November 28, 2022. While raising objections, candidates will be required to pay Rs 100 per disputed question.
The SSC 2022 patch can be accessed through the SSC recruitment portal. To access the SSC recruitment portal, applicants will be required to enter their registration number and password, as shown on the admission card. Check the steps mentioned below to download your answer key from the website.

SSC Stenographer 2022 Answer Key: How to Check

  1. Go to official website–ssc.nic.in
  2. Click on SSC Head Constable in the SSC Stenographer answer key link
  3. A new login page would open
  4. Enter your ID and password
  5. Submit details and access SSC login
  6. The SSC stenographer answer key will be displayed on the screen
  7. Check the fix and download it
  8. Take a printout for additional needs

In addition to the answer key, PVC has also published the stenographer’s answer sheets. Candidates are advised to download and print their answer sheets, which will be deleted from the website after the prescribed time.

SPC conducted the computer-based Stenographer Grade ‘C’ & ‘D’ Examination, 2022 was conducted by the Board on 17-18 November 2022.

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No addition may stand unless the assessee is given the opportunity for cross-examination when the addition is based on the statement of a third party: ITAT https://jackfeenyreviews.com/no-addition-may-stand-unless-the-assessee-is-given-the-opportunity-for-cross-examination-when-the-addition-is-based-on-the-statement-of-a-third-party-itat/ Mon, 21 Nov 2022 14:32:14 +0000 https://jackfeenyreviews.com/no-addition-may-stand-unless-the-assessee-is-given-the-opportunity-for-cross-examination-when-the-addition-is-based-on-the-statement-of-a-third-party-itat/ By Gayathri CH – November 21, 2022 8:02 PM The Income Tax Appeal Tribunal (ITAT), Mumbai Bench, recently, while ruling on a few appeals filed before it, ruled that no addendum can stand unless a possibility of counter -examination is given to the appraisee when such an addition has been made by the department due […]]]>

The Income Tax Appeal Tribunal (ITAT), Mumbai Bench, recently, while ruling on a few appeals filed before it, ruled that no addendum can stand unless a possibility of counter -examination is given to the appraisee when such an addition has been made by the department due to the declaration of a third party.

The above observation was made by the Tribunal when appeals were brought before it by the Inland Revenue, against three separate orders, each dated 19/04/2022, issued by the National Faceless Appeal Center (NFAC), Delhi, for tax year 2010-11, 2011-12 and 2012-13 respectively.

The brief facts of the case were that the person being assessed, a person with an ownership concern, i.e. M/S Aatash Investments, was in the business of equity and derivatives trading and capital market and investment advice. And for the reporting year, i.e. tax year 2010-2011, the assessee had filed a regular tax return on 28/09/2010, declaring an income of ₹20.18000, valuation under Section 143(3) being completed on 28.12.2012, valuing total income at ₹20,74,000/.

Subsequently, the valuation was reopened by means of a notice under Section 148 of the Income Tax Act, dated 03/29/2017, by the valuation agent, on the basis of information received from two sources for the reopening of said assessment.

Firstly, it is on the basis of certain incriminating documents found during a search under Section 132 of the Income Tax Act, carried out at the premises of M/s Bhoomi Group, in which one of the printouts of these incriminating documents evidencing cash receipts and loans to various parties, found on the laptop of a certain Mrs. Vasumati Modi, indicated that the name of the person assessed as the payee of cash loans was recorded there.

Furthermore, with Shri Akshay J Doshi, the Director of M/S Bhoomi Group of Companies, accepting cash transactions recorded in the offending documents found at his premises, the Valuation Officer found that this cash loan received by the assessee from M/S Bhoomi group, as the assessee’s undisclosed income.

Secondly, information was received from the Income Tax Department’s unfiltered management system that Shri Kalpesh Shah purchased shares worth Rs 1,54,97,097/ for the period of 18.2.2010 as of 23.3.2010, in spot market transactions via Bombay. Stock Exchange and that no tax return has been filed. And it was on the basis of these two aforementioned pieces of information that the assessment officer had recorded reason to believe that the income had escaped assessment.

The objections raised by the assessee against the said notice under Section 148 of the Income Tax Act being settled by the assessment officer, during the course of the reassessment proceedings the assessee was asked to explain the source of the alleged cash loan received of Rs 1,50,00,000/- by him from M/s Bhoomi Group as well as the repayment of 15,75,000. However, the assessee denied any dealings or buying or selling of property or any other dealings with M/S Bhoomi Group, and further, after going through Mr. Akash Doshi’s statement, said he had no hand said Mr. Kalpesh Shah to be the assessee.

Furthermore, the assessee further claiming that the printout taken from the laptop during the search at Bhoomi Group nowhere reflects Kalpesh Shah or Kalpesh Bhai mentioned in said printout as being solely the assessee, he asked a cross-examination of Mr. Akshay. Doshi.

However, after being summoned by the assessment officer, Mr. Akshay Doshi did not appear before him to cross-examine the assessee. And subsequently, the assessor dismissed the claim of the assessee and based on the information in the laptop printout considered the alleged cash loan of Rs 1.50 ,00,000 received by the assessee as an unexplained cash credit under Section 68. of the Income Tax Act, having regard to the evidence available on the record, the surrounding circumstances, human conduct and the balance of probability in the nature of the incriminating information/evidence available with him, together with the addition of the alleged interest payment of Rs 15,75,000, taken under Section 69C of the Tax Act on income.

However, on appeal, the CIT(A), having relied on the Supreme Court’s decisions in CBI v. VC Shukla, as well as the ITAT decision in Abhay K Bharmgouda Patil v. ACIT, on the issue that the addition cannot stand without giving the assessee an opportunity to cross-examine the person on the basis of whose statement the addition was made, removed said addition made due of an unexplained cash loan and unexplained interest expense, leaving the aggrieved taxman to present the present appeal before the ITAT, Mumbai.

Hearing the opposing arguments of the Inland Revenue represented by Mrs. Usha Gaikwad, DR, and that of the Assessed represented by Mr. K Gopal and Mr. Om Kandalkar, the Advocates for the Assessed, the ITAT Bench consisting of Kavitha Rajagopal , the Judicial Member and Om Prakash Kant, the Accounting Member, observed the following:

“We find no error in the order of the Ld. FAA on the matter in dispute and, therefore, we maintain the same”

“The facts and circumstances and grounds raised in the other two valuation years, namely 2011-21 and 2012-13, are identical to those in the 2011-12 valuation year, and the only difference is the amount of cash loan and interest payment, which is and 45,000/- in the 2012-13 valuation year respectively,” the ITAT bench added.

“Therefore, following our conclusion in the 2010-11 valuation year, the grounds raised in the 2011-12 and 2012-13 valuation years are decided mutasis mutandis,” dismissing the appeals from the tax authorities, concluded Mumbai’s ITAT.

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ITO-33(1)(1) vs. Shri Kalpesh C. Shah

Counsel for the Appellant: Ms. Usha Gaikwad

Counsel for the Respondent: MK Gopal and Om Kandalkar

CITATION: 2022 TAXSCAN (ITAT) 1716

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SSC Phase X/2022 result declared for Matriculation and Upper Secondary levels; check direct link https://jackfeenyreviews.com/ssc-phase-x-2022-result-declared-for-matriculation-and-upper-secondary-levels-check-direct-link/ Sat, 19 Nov 2022 06:18:47 +0000 https://jackfeenyreviews.com/ssc-phase-x-2022-result-declared-for-matriculation-and-upper-secondary-levels-check-direct-link/ Representative image. News18 The Staff Selection Committee (SSC) has released the result of the Phase-X/2022 Selection Position Review for Matriculation (Class 10) and Senior Secondary (Class 12) positions. Candidates who have sat for the Phase-X/2022 Screening Positions Examination can view and download their scorecard on the official SSC website. This year, a total of 5,55,011 […]]]>

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The Staff Selection Committee (SSC) has released the result of the Phase-X/2022 Selection Position Review for Matriculation (Class 10) and Senior Secondary (Class 12) positions. Candidates who have sat for the Phase-X/2022 Screening Positions Examination can view and download their scorecard on the official SSC website. This year, a total of 5,55,011 candidates applied for SSC Phase X/2022 at the matriculation level, and 9,482 candidates qualified for the next stage of the selection process. A total of 3,75,662 candidates applied for upper secondary level, of which 10,289 qualified for the next round. As per schedule, the SSC Phase X/2022 exam was held from August 1-5 at multiple exam centers across the country.

Check the official notice here for the level of registration.

Check the official notice here for the upper secondary level.

Below are the cutoff scores for the different categories:

  • Unqualified (UR): 35% (70 points)
  • Other Backward Class/Economically Weaker Section (OBC/EWS): 30% (60 points)
  • Other reserved categories: 25% (50 points).

Here is the direct link to the result of the SSC Post Phase X / 2022 selection for the Matriculation level.

Here is the direct link to the result of the SSC Post Phase X/2022 selection for the upper secondary level.

Candidates’ scores will not be disclosed at this stage, as the application of shortlisted candidates is provisional.

It should be noted that candidates shortlisted for the next stage of examination are advised to submit a copy of all their supporting documents. The documents must be self-attested and prove the age, relaxation, level of education, experience and category of the applicants. Applicants should send a hard copy of the documents, together with a printout of their online application form, to the respective regional offices by December 9, 2022.

Candidates who pass the ballot for a particular position will be called on a given date for verification of documents by the regional office.

For more details and latest updates, applicants should keep checking the official website and read the notification completely.

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ATSUM urges Director Edu(S) to reconsider exam schedule – The Sangai Express https://jackfeenyreviews.com/atsum-urges-director-edus-to-reconsider-exam-schedule-the-sangai-express/ Wed, 16 Nov 2022 18:11:52 +0000 https://jackfeenyreviews.com/atsum-urges-director-edus-to-reconsider-exam-schedule-the-sangai-express/ 16-Nov-2022 | Our correspondentKANGPOKPI, 16th November: The Tribal Students Union of Manipur (ATSUM) has informed the Director of Education (S) of the Government of Manipur to keep the Class I to IX examination schedule as normally followed in previous academic sessions .Recall that on November 8, 2022, the Department of Education […]]]>


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KANGPOKPI, 16th November: The Tribal Students Union of Manipur (ATSUM) has informed the Director of Education (S) of the Government of Manipur to keep the Class I to IX examination schedule as normally followed in previous academic sessions .
Recall that on November 8, 2022, the Department of Education (S) issued a notification and scheduled the exam for Classes I to IX from February 1 to February 15, 2023.
It has also scheduled the exam for HSLC from March 15, 2023, while Class XI promotion exam and senior secondary exam from the last week of February 2023 for all public schools/ private not aided by the state government in the state (other than those run by the central government like JNVs, KVs, Sainik School and CBSE/ICSE Affiliated Schools).
As part of the notification, the ATSUM advised the Director of Education (S) through its representation submitted yesterday, to heed the sentiments of the hills and maintain the class I-IX exam schedules as normally followed in previous academic sessions.
The student body said that the change in the exam schedule is causing trouble in the management of schools in the hills, as the academic schedule/activities of an academic session are normally planned at the beginning of a session and executed accordingly while throughout a session.
He also said that hill schools have already set their examination schedule for the current academic session (2022-2023) as planned, and students are taking additional classes to cover shortfalls caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. 19.
“As such, an immediate change to the exam schedule by extending the academic period for an additional 3/4 months is likely to result in additional burden for management, parents and psychological pressure on students,” he said. -he adds.
ATSUM also mentioned that most of the important events in the hills such as religious, social, traditional and cultural events and activities normally take place in the months of December to February and the change in examination schedule notified by the Department of Education (S) tends to disrupt the religious, cultural and societal order of hillside neighborhoods.
While appreciating the initiatives of the Department of Education (S) to facilitate quality education in the state by compensating for the loss of learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the ATSUM urged the concerned authorities to take take into account the difficulties of the school administration, the parents and the students of the hills and maintain the class I to IX examination schedules, as they were normally followed during the previous academic sessions.

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Rajasthan ranger exam answer sheet leaked, 9 charged https://jackfeenyreviews.com/rajasthan-ranger-exam-answer-sheet-leaked-9-charged/ Sun, 13 Nov 2022 17:43:45 +0000 https://jackfeenyreviews.com/rajasthan-ranger-exam-answer-sheet-leaked-9-charged/ Rajasthan Personnel Selection Committee canceled on Ranger Recruitment Examinationevening shift newspaper. The ranger recruitment exam documents were leaked by a group of people who were arrested by the police in the Rajsamand district of Rajasthan. The board canceled the Ranger Recruitment Examination and police took action against nine people involved in the paper leak. Buy […]]]>

Rajasthan Personnel Selection Committee canceled on Ranger Recruitment Examinationevening shift newspaper. The ranger recruitment exam documents were leaked by a group of people who were arrested by the police in the Rajsamand district of Rajasthan.

The board canceled the Ranger Recruitment Examination and police took action against nine people involved in the paper leak.

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Leaked Rajasthan Ranger Exam Answer Sheet 9 Charged – Key Points

  • The Rajsamand Police had the hint of the leaking of papers from the Special Operations Group (SOG) before the second quarter of the exam.
  • The second shift of Ranger Recruitment Examination was from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
  • The police arrested a technical assistant which is from the electrical department. He received the answers before the exam.
  • The Rajsamand Police detained and arrested several defendants involved in the paper leak.
  • One of the defendants said he obtained the alleged questions and their answers in front of the newspaper on his mobile phone.
  • He also admitted to obtaining the questions and answers from a source of Sawai Madhopur on Whatsapp.
  • Rajsamand Police informed that the accused had received the document an hour before the start of the exam.
  • The accused obtained the questionnaire for Rs 5 million and forwarded it to two other people involved to Rs 6 million each.
  • The main defendant was imprisoned under IPC Section 420, 120B and other relevant sections.
  • The second team of the ranger recruitment examination to recruit 2300 civil servants took place on November 12, 2022.
  • The CSS assured that the canceled exam will be reorganized and the dates will be announced soon.
  • The Commission has announced that the dates will be available on the website and applicants are urged to check the website frequently and stay informed.

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PCT National Entry – A View from Indian Prosecutions https://jackfeenyreviews.com/pct-national-entry-a-view-from-indian-prosecutions/ Fri, 11 Nov 2022 15:06:53 +0000 https://jackfeenyreviews.com/pct-national-entry-a-view-from-indian-prosecutions/ Ashima: Sir! A PCT national phase application requires my attention but, as usual, I have questions. Dr. Dewan: Please ask Ashima your questions! Ashima: What is the deadline for requesting examination for a PCT national phase application? Is the substantial review queue ordered by actual filing date or review request date? Dr. Dewan: The time […]]]>

Ashima: Sir! A PCT national phase application requires my attention but, as usual, I have questions.

Dr. Dewan: Please ask Ashima your questions!

Ashima: What is the deadline for requesting examination for a PCT national phase application? Is the substantial review queue ordered by actual filing date or review request date?

Dr. Dewan: The time limit for filing a request for review is 48 months from the first priority date. The substantial review queue is ordered by review request date.

Ashima: How long will it take for patent applications to be published after national PCT entry?

Dr. Dewan: These days, patent applications are published a few months after national PCT filing. The requirement is that publication must take place shortly after the expiration of 18 months from the earliest priority date of the application.

Ashima: What is the deadline for responding to OA/appealing a rejection decision?

Dr Dewan: The time limit for responding to an action of the office or a decision of rejection is normally 6 months which can be extended for a maximum period of 3 additional months, but the request for extension must be filed within the time limit of 6 months.

The time limit for appealing against a rejection decision is 3 months from the date of the rejection.

Ashima: How many sets of office shares are issued on average before the end of the exam? for example, will probably be rejected if the response to the first OA does not convince the examiner?

Dr. Dewan: There are usually 2 rounds on average before the end of the exam, followed by an audition which can be completed with an extended audition.

Ashima: What are the reasons for rejection frequently presented in an FER or an Office Action?

Dr. Dewan: Lack of novelty, lack of inventive step, lack of clarity, lack of finality, non-compliance with formal requirements, subject matter not an invention.

Ashima: What kind of reasoning do you recommend in response to Inventive Step’s rejections? EP style, US style, JP style, CN style or other suggestions?

Dr. Dewan: EP-style reasoning is usually helpful. However, this needs to be complemented by local practice and case law.

Ashima: How does the examiner handle if there is more than one group of inventions (unity issue) in the claims, for example group A claimed before group B?

Dr. Dewan: The Monitor will ask to split the claims into Group A or Group B claims.

Ashima: Is an interview with an examiner normal or rare in Indian practice, especially before hearing the opinion? Is the examiner hosting an interview, formal or informal? What is the scheduled maintenance procedure?

Dr. Dewan: There is no provision for a formal interview, but some controllers accept an informal interview over the phone to resolve certain complaints or formalities issues.

Ashima: What is the average time between entering the country and the date of sending the first examination report? What is the average time between entry into the national market and the date of grant/rejection of the patent application?

Dr. Dewan: The average period from entry into the country is about 18 months. The average time between entry into the national market and the date of grant/rejection of the patent application is 3 years.

Ashima: If the claims are changed to resemble the scope of claims allowed in other PTOs (e.g. EPO, USPTO or JPO), will that help speed up the examination, or the examiner likes it does he, or does the Examiner usually invite the Applicant to do so in the OA?

Dr. Dewan: Yes. If the claims are amended to be similar in scope to the claims permitted in other PTOs, particularly the EP, this will help expedite examination. The Controller will not invite the applicant to do so, the applicant must anticipate this and do it himself.

Ashima: Is there an allocation notice issued in India? How long to pay the registration fee?

Dr. Dewan: No notice of allocation is issued and there is no registration fee.

Ashima: After the rejection of a patent application, what is the time limit for appeal (review)? Is the appeal (examination) by counsel or by examiners?

Dr. Dewan: After a patent application has been rejected, the time limit for filing an appeal is 3 months and the appeal must be filed in the High Court having jurisdiction over the Patent Office. A review must be filed within 2 months, but it will be submitted to the same reviewer who rejected the application in the first place.

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Towards a Design Patent Bar – Progress in the Intellectual Property Community https://jackfeenyreviews.com/towards-a-design-patent-bar-progress-in-the-intellectual-property-community/ Wed, 09 Nov 2022 17:15:42 +0000 https://jackfeenyreviews.com/towards-a-design-patent-bar-progress-in-the-intellectual-property-community/ “Perhaps the recent movement and call for a change to the patent prohibition requirement as it applies to design patents is [one] tangible and enforceable action that will make the intellectual property community more diverse, inclusive and equitable. Challenging established processes is a commonly recognized leadership principle. Over the past several weeks, the United States […]]]>

“Perhaps the recent movement and call for a change to the patent prohibition requirement as it applies to design patents is [one] tangible and enforceable action that will make the intellectual property community more diverse, inclusive and equitable.

Challenging established processes is a commonly recognized leadership principle. Over the past several weeks, the United States Patent and Trademark Office’s (USPTO) focus on reviewing and reforming patent prohibition eligibility, particularly with respect to a possible prohibition of design patents, represents a significant challenge for the well-established procedures of the Patent Office. If the health and viability of an organization can be defined by its ability to review, revamp and evolve existing rules and procedures, then this initiative, led by the Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property and Director of the USPTO Kathi Vidal, represents a healthy and viable intellectual property community.

Qualify and pass the patent bar

Under the current version of the USPTO rules, technical training is required to qualify for the patent bar exam. According to the USPTO’s definition, an “applicant applying for the examination must demonstrate to the Director of the Office of Enrollment and Discipline (OED) that he possesses the scientific and technical training necessary to provide a valuable service to patent applicants”. According to the USPTO, “[t]The basic laboratory science course requirement is intended to ensure familiarity with the processes involved in conducting valid experiments, the scientific method, and the proper analysis of scientific data. This serves the overriding purpose of the requirements which are “to ensure fairness in the application process while ensuring that patent practitioners who represent inventors are qualified, understand the technology and are able to communicate effectively with inventors regarding technical characteristics of the invention.”

The Patent Bar Examination specifically covers the laws, rules, and procedures dictated by the Manual of Patent Examination Procedures (MPEP). In previous iterations, the patent bar exam included a multiple-choice section to test the applicant’s knowledge of the MPEP and a hand-scored written portion to test their ability to write claims. As currently implemented by the USPTO, the Patent Bar Examination has eliminated the written portion and is now divided into two sessions covering 50 multiple-choice questions. The questions on the patent bar exam apply to all technology backgrounds and do not specifically test detailed technical knowledge (although the questions may include some technical descriptions). Therefore, the part of the technical qualification is most likely about practicing patent law after passing the patent bar exam rather than being able to sit and pass the patent bar exam.

The current rules create an unnecessary barrier

Currently, a patent bar registration allows an attorney or agent to file and prosecute utility or design patents before the USPTO. Although there are a limited number of technical degrees or courses that allow a person to be eligible for the patent bar examination, the grant of patent bar registration does not limit the person to practice only in the field in which it is technically qualified. . Just as there is no distinction between the technical fields in which a registered patent attorney may practice, there is no distinction between his ability to file utility patents and design patents. Since the design patent protects an ornamental design for a useful article of manufacture, a technical degree or underlying coursework is unlikely to be a prerequisite for the strategic execution of an IP strategy, including design patent filings and lawsuits. This lack of a link between a technical degree or a course does not affect the existing community of patent lawyers and registered patent agents. However, this deprives the intellectual property community of additional members and prevents people without the required technical curriculum or courses from expanding their practice to include filing non-technical design patents. The general consensus is that these missing additional members represent a disproportionate number of people from underrepresented affinity groups, including women and minorities.

At a high level, the USPTO is considering proposals that would eliminate the technical knowledge requirement for individuals to file and pursue design patents before the USPTO. Specifically, according to Director Vidal, these proposals under consideration aim to ensure that “everyone has the opportunity to participate in the innovation ecosystem to ensure that we do not create unnecessary obstacles to the practice before the USPTO”. In this regard, the USPTO rules and regulations for preparing and prosecuting design patents are covered by Chapter 21 of the MPEP. Additional rules and regulations set forth in other chapters of the MPEP also apply to design patents. Accordingly, although it would appear that a general knowledge of MPEP may remain a minimum qualification for a practitioner, such knowledge is usually acquired through independent study or coursework, often long after a lawyer or agent in training has started working in a legal organization. There is no indication that the minimum qualification of demonstrating knowledge of USPTO rules and regulations cannot be achieved by individuals who do not have a technical degree.

It’s time to act

For many years, government agencies, businesses, law firms and citizens have been working on commitments and pledges to increase diversity, inclusion and equity in the workplace. The execution of these commitments and promises has always been difficult to achieve. In recent months, there seems to be an increased demand for concrete, implementable actions that accompany commitments and promises. Perhaps the recent movement and call for a change to the patent prohibition requirement as it applies to design patents is in line with those tangible and enforceable action items that will make the intellectual property community more diverse, inclusive and equitable. If so, with the full support of IP players, we can make it happen.

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Habib’s indomitable journey to pass the Alim exams https://jackfeenyreviews.com/habibs-indomitable-journey-to-pass-the-alim-exams/ Sun, 06 Nov 2022 16:17:35 +0000 https://jackfeenyreviews.com/habibs-indomitable-journey-to-pass-the-alim-exams/ Defying all odds, Md Habibur Rahman, who was born without arms, stood for the Alim exam which started across the country on Sunday. Writing with his feet, the 19-year-old took part in the Siddiquia Fazil Madrasa om Kalukhali upazila exam in Rajbari district. In 2018, he passed the Dakhil exam with GPA 4.61 from the […]]]>

Defying all odds, Md Habibur Rahman, who was born without arms, stood for the Alim exam which started across the country on Sunday.

Writing with his feet, the 19-year-old took part in the Siddiquia Fazil Madrasa om Kalukhali upazila exam in Rajbari district.

In 2018, he passed the Dakhil exam with GPA 4.61 from the same madrasa.

Habibur Rahman’s older brother-in-law, Anwar Hossain, said: “Habib has been physically disabled since birth. He is very talented and a good student. Habib has a lot of talent and self-confidence. He wants to succeed in the future.

Md Hedayetul Islam, Arabic teacher from Siddiquia Fazil Madrasaa said, “Habib is a very talented student in my madrassa and has done well in all classes and is coming to take the Alim exam on Sunday. However, his family is poor. Maybe he can do better if the wealthy in society and the government support him.

Awabullah Ibrahim, director of the madrasa and responsible for the ongoing Alim exam, said, “Habibur Rahman had passed the JSC and Dakhil exam in this center under my supervision. Even if he doesn’t have two hands, there’s no way to tell he’s handicapped by his handwriting.

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Snapshot: How to register a design in Australia https://jackfeenyreviews.com/snapshot-how-to-register-a-design-in-australia/ Wed, 02 Nov 2022 10:23:26 +0000 https://jackfeenyreviews.com/snapshot-how-to-register-a-design-in-australia/ Procedures Application What is the application process? The Australian design application process begins with the filing of an application that includes: contact details of the applicant; contact details of the designer; a title or product name; a set of representations; and agreement details (if applicable). Neither a power of attorney nor a certified copy of […]]]>

Procedures

Application

What is the application process?

The Australian design application process begins with the filing of an application that includes:

  • contact details of the applicant;
  • contact details of the designer;
  • a title or product name;
  • a set of representations; and
  • agreement details (if applicable).

Neither a power of attorney nor a certified copy of the basic application is required; however, these can be requested after deposit (although this is quite rare).

Within approximately two to six months of filing, the application goes through a relatively simple formalities check to ensure that sufficient information has been provided. If no issues are raised during the formalities check (or if all issues are resolved), the design proceeds to registration.

Design registration will have an initial term of five years from the Australian filing date, which may be extended for a further five years upon payment of a renewal fee.

Before a design registration can be executed, it must be reviewed and certified (i.e. considered new and distinctive). Examination is optional and may be requested at any time during the term of a design registration. The review usually takes place within three months of being requested and any issues raised during the review must usually be resolved within six months.

Review and appeal

How are the review and appeal procedures carried out?

During a formalities check, an application for registration of a model is classified according to the nature of the product. It is also taken into account that the application contains more than one design. The formal requirements of the application form are also reviewed to ensure compliance. If the verification of the formalities does not raise any problems (or if all the problems are solved), the application will proceed to registration.

Review of a design registration is voluntary and may be requested at any time by the registered owner or a third party. If a third party requests an examination, they must pay half of the examination fee and the registered owner must pay the other half. If the registered owner does not pay the other half, the registration of the design may cease.

A design registration must be examined and certified (i.e. the design passes the examination and is considered new and distinctive) before it can be applied. Allegations of infringement of an uncertified design record should be avoided; such claims would likely constitute unwarranted threats under the Designs Act 2003.

After examination, an intention to certify is issued by the delegate to the registered owner of the design, to any person listed as having an interest in the design and, if a third party request for examination has been filed, to the third party who filed the request. The third party will have the opportunity to be heard by filing a request within a specified period (usually one month) if he does not agree with the delegate’s decision.

Opposition

What are the opposition rules?

The Designs Act 2003 contains provisions allowing an interested party to be heard in respect of certain decisions and to object to variations or requests for an extension of time.

There is no formal objection process defined in the relevant legislation, and the Registrar determines the practice and procedure to be followed. However, the typical process is that after a Notice of Objection is filed, the matter proceeds to a hearing, with both parties having an opportunity to make submissions. The hearing may be based on written submissions or a requested oral hearing, or both.

Registration deadline

What are the registration deadlines?

Registration of an Australian design application may be sought upon filing or at a later date. If an application for registration is not filed within 6 months of the priority date and the application has not been withdrawn, the application is deemed to have been made and the application will be registered.

Following an application for registration, an Australian Design Application typically proceeds with registration within approximately two months.

However, a registered design can only be legally enforced if it is examined and certified (i.e. the registered design passes the examination and is considered new and distinctive).

Examination is optional and may be requested at any time during the term of a design registration. The review usually takes place within three months of being requested and any issues raised during the review must usually be resolved within six months.

Deletion from the register

In which cases does deletion from the register take place?

In addition to design ownership challenges based on admissibility issues, removal from the register usually takes place after review if the design is not considered new and distinctive.

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Apollo Cancer Centers Launches Breast Cancer Self-Examination Wall Art https://jackfeenyreviews.com/apollo-cancer-centers-launches-breast-cancer-self-examination-wall-art/ Mon, 31 Oct 2022 10:38:14 +0000 https://jackfeenyreviews.com/apollo-cancer-centers-launches-breast-cancer-self-examination-wall-art/ Published: Updated on – 16:11, Mon – 31 October 22 Hyderabad: As part of a unique initiative to use art as a means of raising breast cancer awareness, particularly encouraging women to undergo breast self-exams, Apollo Cancer Centers (ACC) on Monday launched ArtCan, Kerala, wall art depicting eight easy ways for women to perform breast […]]]>

Published: Updated on – 16:11, Mon – 31 October 22

Hyderabad: As part of a unique initiative to use art as a means of raising breast cancer awareness, particularly encouraging women to undergo breast self-exams, Apollo Cancer Centers (ACC) on Monday launched ArtCan, Kerala, wall art depicting eight easy ways for women to perform breast self-examination.

The Kerala mural artwork, which has also been published in a book format known as ‘Chitra Sutra’, was unveiled at the Apollo Cancer Center (ACC), Jubilee Hills on Monday by eminent painter Kalal Laxma Goud.

For the ArtCan initiative, ACC has partnered with mural artists and survivors to curate artwork that educates and empowers every woman about the importance of regular breast self-exams. Across Kerala wall art, each frame of the artwork reflects the story of a woman who discovered this disease during a breast self-examination, acted in time and beat cancer , according to a press release.

On this occasion, Kalal Laxma Goud, declared: “It is with great pleasure that I launch the ‘ArtCan’ campaign. Art facilitates communication between patients and healthcare staff by bringing ideas from patients that can be communicated to the world. ”

Dr P Vijay Anand Reddy, Director of Radiation Oncology, Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Ltd, said: “Our initiative, ArtCan, will create a quiet conversation and leave a deep impression on the public. Breast cancer is the most diagnosed cancer worldwide and accounts for 25% of all cancer cases in women. Thus, early detection is the key to best results. We believe the Kerala wall art is a unique way to raise awareness about breast cancer and the importance of Breast Self Examination (BSE)”.

Yosha Gupta, founder of MeMeraki.com, whose artists contributed the mural art, said, “It is truly rewarding to work with Apollo Hospitals on this one-of-a-kind project, Art Can. We are happy that Apollo uses the powerful storytelling of traditional Indian art to spread important medical information that can save thousands of lives. At the same time, this effort shines a light on India’s proud artistic heritage and our master artists, which is truly in line with our mission.”

A Surgical Oncologist, Apollo Cancer Centers, Dr. TP Bhandari and other senior doctors attended.

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