Patent Law in India

Patents refer to enforceable exclusive rights granted to the inventor in exchange for his/her making their invention public.  In India, an invention pertaining to a new product/process, involving an inventive step and capable of industrial application can be patented. Patents are a form of intellectual property.  An inventor can also appoint an assignee who acts

Section 3 (d) of the Indian Patent Act

Explain why Section 3(d) is important to India’s patent regime? Do you think that section 3(d) is a patent policy innovation by India? Substantiate your view.