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IPRs

Name of Institute

Application/ Registration No.

Name of Innovation/

Technology/ Product/ Variety

Date of Registration

Trademarks

ICAR-NINFET

4259315 for Class 1

02.02.2020

 

4259316 for Class 42

Patent (updated on 10.10.2020)

Preamble

Scientific research followed by commercialization of technologies or research findings should be the optimum condition of research activities. Every Research Institutes endeavor to protect their Intellectual Properties in right way and disseminate their acquired knowledge in legal way for mankind and also for revenue generation.   

ICAR-NINFET (former ICAR-NIRJAFT) is hauling a glorious legacy of IPR activities since 1955 filing first patent application in that year. Thus our predecessors, not only did excellent R&D work, they also took steps to protect the intellectual property generated by them since 1955.

ICAR Headquarter has its Guidelines for Intellectual Property and Technology Management and a decentralized three-tier IP management mechanism, has been institutionalized in ICAR w.e.f. 2nd October 2006.  This system was implemented through XI Plan scheme viz. “Intellectual Property Management and Transfer/Commercialization of Agricultural Technology Scheme”. This scheme has contributed to developing an IP environment in ICAR. Its implementation has led to increased IPR-filing (patents, plant variety rights, copyrights, trademarks, etc.).

 Based on the encouraging lessons learnt during the XI Plan, the scope in the proposed XII Plan scheme is considerably enhanced. The enhanced scope is thus given the new name, ‘National Agriculture Innovation Fund’ with three components viz.

Component I: Innovation Fund (the XI Plan Scheme of Intellectual Property Management and Transfer/ Commercialization of Agricultural Technologies);

Component II: Incubation Fund (Supporting Agri-business Incubation Centres in institutions developing agricultural technologies); and

Component III: ARYA (Attracting and Retaining Youth in Agriculture), which is implemented through Extension Division of ICAR. 

As per the Guide line framed by ICAR, ICAR-NINFET has already started their Institute Technology Management Unit from 2008-09. 

Basic objectives of this unit are as follows:

  • To promote creativity and innovations in the institute
  • To strengthen the institutional mechanism to protect/manage innovations/intellectual properties (IPs)
  • To understand and attempt as necessary a vigil on infringement, improper exploitation and abuse of the intellectual assets belonging to the Institute

PRESENT STATUS of IPR of (NIRJAFT) NINFET

Presently NINFET (NIRJAFT) has seventeen (17) live patents to its credit.

Sl. No.

Title

Inventors

R &D Areas

1.

Method of degumming of decorticated ramie fibre by recycling of degumming liquor.

Dr. S. K. Bhaduri, Dr. P.K. Ganguly

Ramie Degumming

2.

Union fabric of glass yarns and jute yarns or yarns of fibres allied to jute and method of preparing composite from the same.

Dr. P. K. Ganguly

Composite & Particle Board

3.

An electrically operated portable device for in-field testing of jute fibre bundle strength.

Dr. G. Roy, Sh. G. K. Bhattacharya,

Dr. M. K. Mukhopadhyay

Instrumentation

4.

A closed-loop measurement system regulating flyer’s speed of a spinning machine

Dr. G. Roy, Sh. G. K. Bhattacharya, Dr. S. K. Bhattacharya

Instrumentation

5.

A composite system for measuring hairiness of coarser and finer jute yarns.

Dr. S. N. Ghosh, Dr. M. K. Naskar, Dr. Sujit Kumar Bhattacharyya

Instrumentation

6.

A multiplant manual ribboning device for extraction of green ribbon from a bundle of jute or mesta plant operable in one cycle

Dr. S. K. Bhaduri, M. K. Mukhopadhyay, D. Paul

Fibre Extraction

7.

A particle board from date palm leaves and method of preparing the same.

Dr. S .K. Ghosh, A. Dey, Dr. L. Nayek

Composite & Particle Board

8.

Thermal Insulation value tester for jute products

Dr. S. K. Bhattacharya, Dr.G. Roy, Dr. A. K. Sinha, Dr. M. Naskar, Dr. S. N. Ghosh

Instrumentation

9.

Reuse of Reactive dyes for jute dyeing following two step two bath method.

Dr. S. N. Chattopadhyay, Dr. N.C. Pan, Dr. A. Day

Chemical processing

10.

A jute fibre reinforced composite moulded tile from jute reed and unsaturated polyester resin and method for producing the same.

Dr. S. Sengupta, Dr. S. Samajpati, Dr. A. Roy

Composite & Particle Board

11.

A method for producing jute- hollow polyester blended yarn, union fabric of said yarn and method of preparing said union fabric and shawl from the said yarn.

Dr. S. Debnath, S. Sengupta, U. S. Singh

Fabric Engineering

12.

Jute synthetic blended woven geotextile material

Dr. G. Basu, A. N. Roy, Dr. (Mrs) S. Samajpati, S. K. Bhattacharya

Geotextile

13.

A blanket from jute-hollow polyester blended bulk yarn and method of preparing the same.

Dr. S. Debnath, Dr. G. K. Bhattacharyya & U. S. Singh

Fabric Engineering

14.

A soil substituent for seed germination obtained of renewable natural fibre

Dr. S. Sengupta, Dr. S. Debnath, Dr. G. Basu

Agro textiles

15.

Method of chemical retting of coconut fibres and preparing yarns from said fibres.

Dr. Goutam Bose, Ms. Leena Mishra, Mr. Ritwik Chakroborty, Sk. Md. Jaheer Abbas

Yarn Engineering

16.

Flyer speed controller and measurement system of spinning machines

Dr. Gautam Roy, Dr. Govindokripa Bhattacharya, Dr. S. K. Bhattacharya

Instrumentation

17.

A process for coating metal nanoparticles on surface of jute fibre/ textiles for enhancing functionality of jute fibre/fabric and jute-polymer resin bio-composite sheet obtained thereof

Dr. L. Ammayappan, Dr. P. K. Ganguly, Dr. D. Nag, Dr. S. Debnath, Dr. D. P. Roy, Dr. R. Ghosh, Ms. Swati Dasgupta, Shri. Sujay Chakroborty

Composite

 

NINFET (NIRJAFT) has 22 patent applications submitted to Patent Office, Kolkata at various stages of processing as shown in the following table.

SL No.

Title

Inventors

R&D Areas

1.       

Biodegradable particle board from jute stick.

A. K. Dey; R. N. Das;

S. N. Chattopadhyay

Composite & Particle Board

2.       

A device and a process for measurement of moisture content in jute and allied natural fibre products.

Dr. G. Roy & Dr. G. K. Bhattacharyya

 

Instrumentation

3.       

An electronic air-flow fineness meter device

Dr. G. Roy, Dr. S. C. Saha & Dr. K. K. Satapathy

Instrumentation

4.       

Fungal dry retting of jute and mesta for water economy

Dr. S. Banik

Fibre Extraction

5.       

Alternative method for processing of jute fibre through application of Jute seed oil

Dr. D. P. Roy, Dr. S. Debnath, Dr. P. K. Ganguly, Dr. D. Nag

Fibre processing

6.       

Jute fibre based light weight thin jute fabric

Dr. S. Sengupta, Dr. S. Debnath

Fabric Engineering

7.       

A yarn characterization unit

Dr. Anindita Sengupta (IIEST), Mr. Subhasish Roy (IIEST), Dr. S. Sengupta (ICAR-NIRJAFT)

Yarn Engineering

8.       

A system for testing dynamically bending behaviour of semi-rigid fabrics and a method of such testing

Dr. S. Sengupta (ICAR-NIRJAFT), Dr. S. Debnath (ICAR-NIRJAFT), Dr. Anindita Sengupta (IIEST)

Instrumentation

9.       

A system for measuring electrical behaviour of textile material

Dr. S. Sengupta, Dr. S. Debnath

Instrumentation

10.   

A process for surface modification of jute fibre / fabric for improved interfacial adhesion Characteristics and bio-composites obtained Thereof

Dr. L. Ammayappan, Dr. P. K. Ganguly, Dr. D. Nag, Dr. S. Debnath, Dr. D. P. Roy, Dr. R. Ghosh, Ms. Swati Dasgupta, Shri. Sujay Chakroborty

Composite

11.   

Pig hair fibre based bio-composite and a method for its preparation

Dr. Mohan N. H. Iyer (NRC-Pig), Dr. L. Ammayappan (ICAR-NIRJAFT), Dr. D. K. Sarma, (NRC-Pig), Dr. D. Nag (ICAR-NIRJAFT)

Yarn Engineering

12.   

A double roller banana pseudo-stem fibre extractor

Dr. L. K. Nayak, Dr. V. B. Sambhu, Dr. S. C. Saha

Instrumentation

13.   

Digital colour and luster meter for lignocellulosic fibre

 Dr. Gautam Roy, Dr. S. C. Saha, Mr. Amitava Sarkar, Mr. Gunasindhu Sardar

Instrumentation

14.   

An integrated grading system for natural fibres including jute fibre

 Dr. Gautam Roy, Dr. S. C. Saha, Mr. Amitava Sarkar, Mr. Gunasindhu Sardar

Instrumentation

15.   

A power ribonner machine for stripping of outer green bark / ribbons from jute and mesta plants

Dr. V. B. Sambhu, Dr. L. K. Nayak, Mr. S. Das, Er. P. Sanyal

Instrumentation

16.   

Leaf fibre extractor for extraction of fibres from green sisal leaves

Dr. L. K. Nayak, Dr. V. B. Sambhu, Dr. S. Debnath

Instrumentation

17.   

A leaf processing device for extraction of fibre from pineapple leaves.

Dr. L. K. Nayak, Dr. S. Debnath, Dr. V. B. Sambhu, Dr. A. Das

 Instrumentation

18.

Retting accelerator composition for retting of whole jute and mesta plants and the process of retting involving the same. 

Dr. D. P. Ray, Dr. Rakesh Ghosh, Dr. Biplab Saha & Mr. Amitabha Sarkar

Fibre processing

19.

Jute bio-composite comprising compatibilizer treated jute fibrous material with induced hydrophobicity and a method of manufacture

Dr. D. P. Ray, Dr. L. Ammayappan, Dr. S. Debnath, Dr. R. K. Ghosh, Ms. Debasmita Mondal, Shri. Sujay Chakroborty

Composite

20.

Bleaching of jute using peracetic acid as bleaching agent

Dr. S. N. Chattopadhyay, Dr. Nimai Chandra Pan, Dr. Alok Nath Roy, Dr. Kartick Samanta

Chemical processing

21.

System for measurement of drape coefficient of flexible sheets.

Er. Manik Bhowmick, Dr. Goutam Basu

Instrumentation

22.

A system for extrcation of fibre from flax stalk

Dr. L. K. Nayak, Dr. S. Debnath, Dr. V. B. Sambhu

 Instrumentation

 

NINFET (NIRJAFT) has nineteen (19) extinguished patents obtained during the period of 1955 to till date. The list is as follows:     

Sl. No.

Patent Application No.

Complete Filing Date

Technology/ Innovation

Subject Area/ Industry (In which it used)

Name of Inventors

Status

1

53284

22/08/1955

Improvements in or relating to process for brightening hessian made from dark-colored jute.

Chemical Processing

P. K Saha. S. S Paul and P.B Sarkar

Extinguished Patent no.  53284

2

63939

26/02/1959

Book-binding cloth, and rexine type of material from jute fibre.

Chemical Processing

P.B. Sarkar and              P. K. Saha

Extinguished Patent no.  63939

3

70834, 66835

20/02/1960 

New methods of producing jute fabric for containers of cement, sugar, flour and similar powdered materials.

Fabric Engineering

P.B. Sarkar and
P.K. Saha

Extinguished Patent no.  70834

4

84323

26/09/1962

Jute fibre bundle strength tester.

Instrumentation

S. B. Bandyopadhyay

Extinguished Patent no.  84323

5

86668

27/02/1963

Pulping of jute or mesta sticks for box-board

Paper & Pulp

P. B Sarkar and
 P.K. Saha

Extinguished Patent no.  86668

6

91021

27/11/1963

Portable jute fibre bundle strength tester

Instrumentation

S. B Bandyopadhyay and Ashutosh Dey

Extinguished Patent no.  91021

7

114995

15/03/1968

Portable air-flow jute fibre finess tester

Instrumentation

S. B. Bandyapadhyay and N.G Sinha

Extinguished Patent no.  114995

8

129110

3/8/1971

Jute plant ribboner

Fibre Extraction

S. B Bandyopadhyay

Extinguished Patent no.  129110

9

129676

1972

Process for the production of particle board from agricultural waste products

Particle Board

A. K. Sanyal

Extinguished Patent no.  129676

10

2050/1972

4/12/1972

Degumming of ramie fibre (boehmeria nivea) for textile purposes

Fibre Extraction

P. C. Das Gupta &          S. K. Sen

Extinguished Patent no.  137237

11

2194/1972

20/12/1972

Photoelectric meter to measure brightness, colour and luster of flat surfaces

Instrumentation

A. C. Chakroborty

Extinguished Patent no.  137081

12

1398/CAL/1975

17/07/1975

A method of producing splitted slivers from jute finisher card

Yarn Engineering

M. C. Mazumder & P. Sengupta

Extinguished Patent no.  143855

13

2249/CAL/1975

25/11/1975

Partial prevention of yellowing of bleached jute products

Chemical processing

A. K Sanyal and A.C Chakravarty

Extinguished Patent no.  143344

14

1969/CAL/1976

29/10/1976

A method of softening and upgrading barky jute/ barky root cuttings

Fibre Extraction

N. B. Paul

Extinguished Patent no.  144493

15

915/CAL/1977

1977

Flax scutching and cleaning machine

Engineering / Machinery

A. C. Chakraborty

Extinguished Patent no.  146112

16

689/CAL/1977

1977

Jute decorticator

Engineering / Machinery

P. Sengupta &              A. C. Chakrvarty

Extinguished Patent no.  145650

17

210/CAL/1980

25/02/1980

A method of manufacturing covered jute yarn

Yarn Engineering

A. Majumder &            P. Sengupta

Extinguished Patent no.  151824

18

1606/CAL/1997

01.09.1997

A method of producing improved jute based bulked yarn for manufacturing diversified product including apparels.

Yarn Engineering

A. K.  Sinha, G. Basu, P. Sengupta

Extinguished Patent no. 190139

19

72/CAL/1998

15.01.1998

A new bed for mushroom cultivation by utilizing bio-gas waste slurry & straw for improved mushroom cultivation

Mushroom cultivation

S. Banik

Extinguished Patent no. 183679

 

 

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