The workshop on " Trademark Registration and its Procedure" was conducted by a TRADE MARK Practitioner Advocate R. SATHISH KUMAR High Court Of Madras. who was well versed in the intellectual property topic. The conference was based on the registration of trademark in India. He started with the basics of intellectual property law, and their essential elements. He further explained us about the trademarks and their purpose especially highlighting the distinguishable element of it. Following this, he also acknowledged us regarding what kind of trademarks can be registered and what kind of treatments cannot be registered and their duration. He also shared few examples of trademarks for better understanding. Later on he explained the registration process, the meaning of classes under the Trademarks Act and the manner in which application form need to be submitted. Overall the workshop was very useful and the session was completely an interactive session followed by clarification of doubts.
Saveetha College of Nursing hosts session on reemerging communicable diseases,its management,control &prevention
Department of Community Health Nursing organized, Guest lecture on Health awareness about Vector borne diseases and its prevention. The programme was combined with the IEC team members of Directorate of Public health and preventive medicine, Chennai. The main aim of this guest lecture programme is implementing health awareness programmes and focusing on improving the knowledge of health care has a significant effect on their ability to access affordable care and prevent illness.
The programme with welcome address by Dr.G.Bhuvaneshwri, Asso.Prof, SCON. Dr. K. Durairaj, MBBS, DPH, State Epidemiologist, gave a lecture on reemerging communicable diseases like Diphtheria, Dengue and Swine flu, its Management, control and preventive measures through power point presentation and videos. Followed by, Dr. M. Sekar, MVSC, PhD, State Veterinary consultant, gave health talk with videos about control and management of Rabies. Dr. S. Velmayil, MBBS, District Epidemiologist, and Mr Loganathan showed the live dengue larva to the students. Vote of thanks was delivered by Dr.S.Tamilselvi.
The future lies in the hands of those who dream to dare;
Saveetha University, a NAAC Accredited A Grade University ranks 43rd in the NIRF (National Institutional Ranking Framework) release by MHRD, Govt. of India. It is a deemed to be University with about 10,000 students in higher education and more than 2000 students in school education, across several disciplines including medicine, dentistry, engineering, law, management, architecture, pharmacy, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, nursing and allied health sciences.
The Founder Chancellor of Saveetha University Dr. N.M. Veeraiyan said that “We consider it our duty and responsibility to constantly inspire the young minds. A powerful way to impact youth is to create a plaVorm to meet and greet the legends, the role models, the game changers and the trend setters. One such distinguished scientist and astronaut is Dr. Don Thomas, who has spent 44 days in space, orbiting the Earth 692 times. It is an awe inspiring experience, which will definitely inspire our youth to dare to dream beyond the infinite”.
Dr. Don Thomas is a NASA astronaut, who has been on space shuttle four times. He shared his experience as an astronaut, including his work in the International Space Station. His recounted his own life story of how he became an astronaut, aGer trying and failing three times. His hard work, perseverance, and will power enabled him to shine as a Star.
Dr. Don Thomas also spoke about the collaborative effort of the various nations in the Space program and the role of private players in the Space Travel.
He congratulated ISRO and the Government of India, on the moon mission Chandrayan 2 and said he was equally excited to the moon landing in the South pole on September 7th.
He said that he will be addressing about 25,000 students in the next ten days.
Saveetha School Of Law, Saveetha Institute of Medical and Technical Sciences organised it's flagship program 2nd JUS LEX NATIONAL TRIAL ADVOCACY COMPETITION, 2019 which was conducted from August 16th to 18th, 2019 . Dr. Asha Sundaram Principal, inaugurated the function on August 16th 2019. All over the country 16 teams participated in this competition. Each team consist of Two speaker and one Researcher.
Total of 48 participants
The event was structured as Preliminary Round 1 and 2 whereas all 16 teams argued for prosecution and defence
Among them, Top 8 teams qualified for the
Quarter Finals. Side of argument were chosen through draw of lots and the opponent were chosen through power matching. A four judge bench adjudged the quarterfinals.
The top 4 teams as mentioned below qualified for Semi Finals
1. New Law college, Pune
2. School of excellence in law, Chennai
3. Symbiosis Law school, Hyderabad
4. Presidency University school of Law, Bangalore.
The semi finals of the competition are judged by the ex and retired magistrates.
Top two teams from the semi finals qualified for the finals.
1. Symbiosis law school, Hyderabad
2. New law college, Pune
The finals was adjudged by the two sitting Judges of Madras High Court Justice M. Sundar and Justice M. Nirmal Kumar.
The New law college, Pune was declared as winners and they were awarded with the prize money worth Rs. 63,000 and a cash award of Rs. 10,000/-
Symbiosis Law school, Hyderabad was declared as runners and they were awarded with the prize money worth Rs. 42,000 and a cash award of Rs. 5000/-
Dr. Deepak Nallaswamy, Director of Academics, SIMATS welcomed the gathering and Dr. Asha Sundaram, Principal, Saveetha School of law, SIMATS delivered the vote of thanks.
The winners of other awards are as follows:
1. Best memorial: Sastra School of Law, Sastra Deemed to be University, Thanjavur
2. Best researcher : Mr. Viswajit, School of Excellence in law, Chennai
3. Best speaker male: Mr. Simarjeet Singh Satia, New law college, Pune
4. Best speaker female: Ms. Ranjitha. N.R, Christ (deemed to be university) school of Law, Bangalore
In a total 20 court officers and 80 witnesses were provided by the organisers with the equal distribution for each team from all 5 year students. The witnesses got special appreciation from the sitting High Court judges for their role play.
This event was coordinated by Moot coordinator Asst.Prof. Sornalakshmi RR
Our proud sponsor of this event is THE LAW FINDER who sponsored us with stationery and subscriptions.
Saveetha School of Law, SIMATS celebrated its Decennial Year on July 27, 2019 at M. M. Convention Centre, Saveetha Dental College Campus.
Dr. N. M. Veeraiyan, Founder and Chancellor, SIMATS has presided over the function. Hon’ble Thiru. Justice M. S. Ramesh, Judge, Madras High Court was the Guest of Honor for the occasion.
Prof. Dr. Rakesh Kumar Sharma, Vice Chancellor, SIMATS welcomed the honorable chief guests and gathering. Guest of Honor Thiru. Justice M. S. Ramesh, Judge, Madras High Court launched the logo of Decennial year. Dr.Asha Sundaram, Principal Saveetha school of Law Presented the journey of SSL, with a documentary on the historic journey of the college. Dr.N.M. Veeraiyan, Founder and Chancellor, SIMATS presented the special address, he highlighted the activities and individual achievements of faculties in these decade of years. He made detailed presentation on the ecological changes that have taken place in SSL also he noted contribution of the former faculty members of the college. Speaking on the occasion, Guest of Honor Thiru. Justice M. S. Ramesh, Judge, Madras High Court, recollected illustrious experience of his life and exhorted the young graduates to pursue higher education and research. He told them to understand the value of Law and need to remain legal profession also he insisted his admiration towards passed out students of SSL who all practicing.
Honorable Thiru. Justice M. S. Ramesh, Judge, Madras High Court, presented awards to academicians and students who had achieved laurels and several areas of academics and extra curriculum activities. Members of administrative and best performers were also felicitated for various achievements and their contribution to the institution.