IP hours with young learners

Bangladesh Intellectual Property Forum (BIPF) spent some happy hours with young students of grade six to nine of Canadian International School (CIS) exploring Intellectual Property (IP) and explaining the various elements of IP.

It was a different experience altogether for BIPF as for the first time they took IP to the school goers. The young, inquisitive minds were stimulated and highly motivated in embracing IP and its versatile branches it addresses. Barrister Mishbah and his team along with the faculty members of CIS present enjoyed their session thoroughly. The enthusiasm and concern that the students showed was highly appreciable and noteworthy. The basic, elementary level of observations or queries raised by them moved the speaker.

BIPF aims to hold similar sessions on basic knowledge of IP with school-goers throughout the country in the long run.