A compilation of the statistics for the Indian copyright applications during the months of May-July 2021, is given below.
MAY AND JUNE 2021
In the month of June 2021 there has been an increase of 1865% in the total number of copyright applications filed, as compared to the month of May 2021. A total of 121 applications were filed in May 2021 and a total of 2378 filed in June 2021. The majority of applications were filed for literary/ dramatic works and artistic work.
|Particulars||No. of Applications|
|Total early publications||6505|
|Total ordinary publications||21031|
|Total applications published||27536|
|Total grants in Delhi||7032|
|Total grants in Mumbai||2937|
|Total grants in Chennai||6702|
|Total grants in Kolkata||2905|
|Total applications examined||45505|
JUNE AND JULY 2021
In the month of July 2021 there has been an increase of 41% in the total number of copyright applications filed, as compared to the month of June 2021. A total of 2378 applications were filed in June 2021 and a total of 3364 filed in July 2021. The majority of applications were filed for literary/ dramatic works in both June and July.
|Particulars||Last Week||This Week||Percentage Change|
|Total Trademark Applications Examined by Trademark Office||5143||6266||An increase of 22%|
|Total Applications Disposed through Show Cause Hearings||2759||3074||An increase of 11%|
|Total Applications Published in the Trademark Journal||7225||6435||A decrease of 11%|
|Total Registrations Granted||84||8823||An increase of 10,404%|
|Total Hearing Notices Issued||12320||11707||A decrease of 5%|
|Total Renewal Notices Issued||1380||2013||An increase of 46%|
Authored and compiled by Neharika Vhatkar (Associate, BananaIP Counsels) and Swastika Sengupta (Legal Intern)
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