What can be Patented?

What can be Patented?


IPR Studio have Patent Attorneys  fully acquainted with the legalities of patent filing procedures in India and have experience in successfully handling patent filing in India.

Know whether your invention fulfils the crieteria of Patents?


The Patent Act, 1970 defines a patent as an exclusive distinct right that preserves the inventors right over his inventions, this excludes third parties to make, sell or use that invention. In order to inspire inventions, patents have two uses.

Firstly, promoting the economic well-being of inventors. Secondly, publishing the constituents of the invention, it is made obvious amongst the general public of the country, that similar contents of the patent application will not be entertained, thereby creating better and other newer innovations.

What is Patentable subject matter?

The Patentable subject matter is defined as patent-eligible subject matter that is susceptible to patent protection. Thus, the foremost consideration is to determine whether the invention relates to a patentable subject matter. The invention shall not fall under Sections 3 and 4 of the Patents Act which defines the non-patentable subject matter.

For any invention to be granted in INDIA, the following criteria should be fulfilled:

1. Novelty

The First criteria for the invention is that the invention should be new and novel.

According to section Section, 2(l) of the Patents Act novelty is defined as “any invention or technology which has not been anticipated by publication in any document or used in the country or elsewhere in the world before the date of filing of a patent application with complete specification, i.e., the subject matter has not fallen in the public domain or that it does not form part of the state of the art”. 

2. Inventive Step

Inventive step is defined under Section 2(ja) of the Patents Act as “a feature of an invention that involves technical advance as compared to the existing knowledge or having economic significance or both and that makes the invention not obvious to a person skilled in the art”.


3. Industrial Applicability

Industrial applicability is defined under Section 2(ac) of the Patents Act as “the invention is capable of being made or used in an industry”.




We are fully acquainted with the legalities of patent filing procedures in India and have experience in successfully handling patent filing in India.

ByAnshika bhardwaj

Anshika my name suggest “THE SMALLEST PARTICLE” and as my name, I am curious to know about the minute findings to all UNANSWERED QUESTIONS in the field of research. My passion for understanding technology makes me love my work more and more every day. I am an IPR enthusiast who is devoting her practice to protect “creation of innovative minds” in the form of Patent, Trademark, Copyrights and Industrial Design. I facilitate various strategic services to protect an Industrial Property by means of filing patents, registering trademarks, industrial designs and geographical indications and protecting literary work and artistic work by filing copyright. My Expertise * Patent Preparation, Prosecution and Management, * Patent Search Services- Invalidity& Validity / FTO / Novelty / Patentability/ Infringement Searches/ Landscape/Portfolio Analysis * Preparing Office Action Response /FER replies * Trademark Application & Registration, * Trademark examination reply, * Copyright Application & Registration and * Industrial design Registration * Patent Drafting I believe that as a patent expert we work on cutting edge science information constantly to create opportunity and find out about the next big thing before that reaches the masses. I have conducted patent searches, drafted a number of patent applications and design applications for Fortune 500 companies, start-ups, individual entrepreneurs and inventors, non-profit organizations and alike.

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