A compilation of the statistics for the Indian copyright applications during the months of April and May 2022, is given below.
APRIL AND MAY 2022
There is an increase of 2.1% in the total number of copyright applications filed for the month of May 2022 as compared to the month of April 2022. A total of 2235 applications were filed in the month of April 2022 and a total of 2281 applications were filed in the month of May 2022. The majority of applications were filed for literary/dramatic works.
|S.no.||Type of Work||Number of Applications Filed in the Month of April 2022||Number of Applications Filed in the Month of May 2022||Change||Percentage Change|
|1||Literary/ Dramatic Work||1549||1510||39||Decrease of 2.5%|
|2||Artistic Work||358||430||72||Increase of 20%|
|3||Cinematograph Work||30||19||11||Decrease of 37%|
|4||Sound Recording||92||123||31||Increase of 34%|
|5||Software||191||176||15||Decrease of 7.8%|
|6||Music||15||23||8||Increase of 53%|
|Total||2235||2281||46||Increase of 2.1.%|
Authored and compiled by Neharika Vhatkar (Associate, BananaIP Counsels)
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