A decrease of 5 percent in the total number of applications examined by the Trademark Office this week. A total of 84 registrations granted. These statistics have been compiled from the official journal of the Trademark Office published weekly on Mondays.
Indian Trademark Statistics
The Trademark Registry has displayed an increase in its working capacity during the past week. There has been an increase of nineteen percent (19%) in the total applications disposed through show cause hearings. There has also been an increase of one thousand four hundred and twenty three percent (1423%) in the total number of hearing notices issued. However, 1380 renewal notices were issued in the previous week, exhibiting an 80% decrease in renewal notices issued since last week.
Weekly Indian Trademark Statistics
|Particulars||Number of Applications|
|Total Number of Trademark Applications Filed||251160|
|Total Number of Trademark Applications Examined||130232|
|Total Number of Trademark Applications Published||10163|
|Total Number of Trademark Applications Registered||216284|
Trademark Statistics by Office
|City||Previous Week||This Week||Change in Percentage|
Yearly Trademark Statistics (January 1st, 2021 – July 28th, 2021)
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Data compiled by Shreya Chaddha, Lavanya Anand, and Rohan Joshua Jacob
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