Patent Registration in India

Patent Registration in India – Guide by Caonweb’s Expert

Introduction: Are you an innovator or business owner seeking protection for your groundbreaking ideas? Look no further! Caonweb, with the expertise of CA Sakshi Jain, is your trusted partner in navigating the intricacies of Patent Registration in India.

1. What is Patent Registration?

When an invention is registered as a patent, the owner gains exclusive rights to use it commercially throughout the patent’s lifespan. Additionally, the owner can license others to make, use, or sell the invention, as well as products created using the invention. Caonweb simplifies this journey for you.

2. Why is Patent Registration Crucial?

  • Secures your innovation
  • Prevents unauthorised use.
  • Enhances business value.
  • can be used as evidence in a court of law

3. The Role of CA Sakshi Jain:

Expert CA Sakshi Agarwal ensures a seamless patent filing experience, guiding you through every step.
CA Sakshi Jain’s Insight: “At Caonweb, we prioritize your intellectual property needs, offering tailored solutions for your business success.”

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4. Steps to Obtain a Patent Number:

The Patents Act is the governing body in India for regulating and filing patents – both new and existing ones. The Act states that the inventor, their assignee, or legal representative (in case of the inventor’s demise) can apply for a patent at the Indian Patent Office’s head office or one of its branches, depending on the applicant’s jurisdiction. Non-Indian citizens must file their applications in their respective jurisdictions where their address for service is located.

When it comes to applying for a patent, you can either do it yourself or seek help from registered agents. There are two main costs involved in getting a patent:

  • Government fees for forms and renewals and
  • charges for a professional agent (if chosen).
Using a registered agent when applying for a patent is always recommended. Here are the steps you need to follow to apply for a patent:
  • File a patent application with Caonweb.
  • The patent office assigns a unique patent number.
  • CA Sakshi Agarwal ensures a smooth process.

Patenting an invention involves several steps. Here’s a simplified version:

1. Invention disclosure: Disclose your invention to a professional by signing a non-disclosure agreement.

2. Patentability search: A professional performs research on prior evidence and creates a patentability search report.

3. Decision to file: Decide whether to file a patent application based on the research and whether your invention is an improvement.

4. Patent drafting: Draft the patent application yourself or get professional help.

5. Filing: Apply with the appropriate forms and fees.

6. Examination: Request an examination of your application and pay the fees.

7. Responding to objections: Respond to objections and clarify your invention’s novelty. 8. Grant of patent: If the application meets the requirements, it will be granted.

9. Renewal: Renew the patent after 20 years.

5. Where to File for Patent Registration:

Connect with the Noida-based & Tax Consultant expert team of CAONWEB under the guidance of CA Sakshi Agarwal & get your Patent filed with the Indian Patent Office, providing regional protection.

7. When to File for Patent Registration:

File at the earliest to secure priority and prevent others from claiming similar inventions.

8. Key Benefits of Patent Registration:

Key Benefits

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

Q: How long does the patent registration process take?

A: The process typically takes 2-3 years, but timelines may vary.

Q: Can I file a patent application without a prototype?

A: Yes, a prototype is not mandatory, but detailed specifications are crucial.

Q3: How do I file a patent application in India?

A: To submit a patent application in India, it’s necessary to draft a set of forms in line with the Indian Patent Act of 1970. If you’re applying for a provisional patent, Form-2 must be submitted along with the provisional or complete specification. If you file a provisional patent application, you must submit a complete specification within 12 months. You can choose from various types of applications, including ordinary application, PCT National phase application, PCT International application, convention application, divisional application, and patent of addition application.


Embark on your journey to safeguard innovation with Caonweb. CA Sakshi Agarwal and the team stand ready to guide you through the seamless process of patent registration in India.

Call to Action:

Contact Caonweb today for a personalised consultation on patent registration. Secure your ideas and empower your business!


Chartered Accountant by profession, CA Sanket Agarwal has an experience of above11 years in Cross Border compliance , Import Export , International Taxation & is a passionate content creator.

CA Sanket Agarwal

Chartered Accountant by profession, CA Sanket Agarwal has an experience of above11 years in Cross Border compliance , Import Export , International Taxation & is a passionate content creator.