These statistics have been compiled from the official journal of the trademark office published weekly on Mondays.
INDIAN TRADEMARK STATISTICS
The Indian Trademark Office has had a slow week. The total number of applications published in the trademark journal have increased by sixty one percent (61%). However, there has been a decrease of fifty one percent (51%) in the total hearing notices issued, and also a decrease of twenty two percent (22%) in the total applications disposed through show cause hearings.
Weekly Indian Trademark Statistics
|Particulars||Last Week||This Week||Change in %|
|Total Trademark Applications Examined by Trademark Office||12424||8604||A decrease of 31%|
|Total Applications Disposed through Show Cause Hearings||7229||5664||A decrease of 22%|
|Total Applications Published in the Trademark Journal||5305||8539||An increase of 61%|
|Total Registrations Granted||7770||5492||A decrease of 29%|
|Total Hearing Notices Issued||10120||4947||A decrease of 51%|
|Total Renewals Notices Issued||1937||3127||An increase of 61%|
Trademark Statistics by Office
Total Number of New Applications Received from August 28th, 2019 to September 4th, 2019
|Sr. No||Jurisdiction||New Applications||Examined||Published||Registered|
Yearly Trademark Statistics
Trademark Statistics from January 1st, 2019 to September 4th, 2019
- Total Number of Trademark Applications Filed – 229832
- Total Number of Trademark Applications Examined – 115439
- Total Number of Trademark Applications Published – 116072
- Total Number of Trademark Applications Registered – 204490
Authored and compiled by Shreya Chaddha & Uma T.S
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