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The Patent Office Journal 23/05/2014 14187

OFFICIAL JOURNALOF

THE PATENT OFFICE

. 21/2014 : 23/05/2014 ISSUE NO. 21/2014 FRIDAY DATE: 23/05/2014

PUBLICATION OF THE PATENT OFFICE

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INTRODUCTION

In view of the recent amendment made in the Patents Act, 1970 by the Patents (Amendment) Act, 2005effective from 01st January 2005, the Official Journal of The Patent Office is required to be published underthe Statute. This Journal is being published on weekly basis on every Friday covering the various proceedingson Patents as required according to the provision of Section 145 of the Patents Act 1970. All the enquiries onthis Official Journal and other information as required by the public should be addressed to the ControllerGeneral of Patents, Designs & Trade Marks. Suggestions and comments are requested from all quarters so thatthe content can be enriched.

(Chaitanya Prasad)CONTROLLER GENERAL OF PATENTS, DESIGNS & TRADE MARKS

23rd MAY, 2014

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CONTENTS

SUBJECT PAGE NUMBER

JURISDICTION : 14190 14191

SPECIAL NOTICE : 14192 14193

EARLY PUBLICATION (DELHI) : 14194 14200

EARLY PUBLICATION (MUMBAI) : 14201 - 14220

EARLY PUBLICATION (CHENNAI) : 14221 14225

EARLY PUBLICATION (KOLKATA) : 14226

PUBLICATION AFTER 18 MONTHS (DELHI) : 14227 14249

PUBLICATION AFTER 18 MONTHS (MUMBAI) : 14250 14345

PUBLICATION AFTER 18 MONTHS (CHENNAI) : 14346 14478

PUBLICATION AFTER 18 MONTHS (KOLKATA) : 14479 14498

PUBLICATION UNDER SECTION 43(2) IN RESPECT OFTHE GRANT (DELHI) : 14499 14505

PUBLICATION UNDER SECTION 43(2) IN RESPECT OFTHE GRANT (MUMBAI) : 14506 14507

PUBLICATION UNDER SECTION 43(2) IN RESPECT OFTHE GRANT (CHENNAI) : 14508 14510

PUBLICATION UNDER SECTION 43(2) IN RESPECT OFTHE GRANT (KOLKATA) : 14511 14513

INTRODUCTION TO DESIGN PUBLICATION : 14514

COPYRIGHT PUBLICATION : 14515

CANCELLATION PROCEEDINGS UNDER SECTION 19 OFTHE DESIGNS ACT, 2000 : 14516

THE DESIGNS ACT 2000 SECTION 30 DESIGNASSIGNMENT

: 14517

REGISTRATION OF DESIGNS : 14518 - 14557

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THE PATENT OFFICEKOLKATA, 23/05/2014

Address of the Patent Offices/JurisdictionsThe following are addresses of all the Patent Offices located at different places having their Territorial

Jurisdiction on a Zonal basis as shown below:-1 Office of the Controller General of Patents,

Designs & Trade Marks, Boudhik Sampada Bhavan, Near Antop Hill Post Office,S.M.Road,Antop Hill,Mumbai 400 037

Phone: (91)(22) 24123311, Fax : (91)(22) 24123322 E-mail: cgpdtm@nic.in

4 The Patent Office, Government of India, Intellectual Property Rights Building, G.S.T. Road, Guindy,

Chennai 600 032. Phone: (91)(44) 2250 2081-84 Fax : (91)(44) 2250 2066 E-mail: chennai-patent@nic.in

The States of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka,Kerala, Tamil Nadu and the UnionTerritories of Puducherry and Lakshadweep.

2 The Patent Office, Government of India, Boudhik Sampada Bhavan, Near Antop Hill Post Office,S.M.Road,Antop Hill,

Mumbai 400 037 Phone: (91)(22) 24137701

Fax: (91)(22) 24130387 E-mail: mumbai-patent@nic.in

The States of Gujarat, Maharashtra, MadhyaPradesh, Goa and Chhattisgarh and the UnionTerritories of Daman and Diu & Dadra and NagarHaveli

3 The Patent Office, Government of India, Boudhik Sampada Bhavan, Plot No. 32., Sector-14, Dwarka, New Delhi 110075 Phone: (91)(11) 2808 1921 25 Fax: (91)(11) 2808 1920 & 2808 1940 E.mail: delhi-patent@nic.in

The States of Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammuand Kashmir, Punjab, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh,Uttaranchal, Delhi and the Union Territory ofChandigarh.

5 The Patent Office (Head Office), Government of India, Boudhik Sampada Bhavan, CP-2, Sector V, Salt Lake City,

Kolkata- 700 091 Phone: (91)(33) 2367 1943/44/45/46/87 Fax: (91)(33) 2367 1988 E-Mail: kolkata-patent@nic.in

Rest of India

Website: www.ipindia.nic.inwww.patentoffice.nic.in

All applications, notices, statements or other documents or any fees required by the Patents Act, 1970and The Patents (Amendment) Act, 2005 or by the Patents (Amendment) Rules, 2006 will be receivedonly at the appropriate offices of the Patent Office.Fees: The Fees may either be paid in cash or may be sent by Bank Draft or Cheques payable to the Controller ofPatents drawn on a scheduled Bank at the place where the appropriate office is situated.

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SPECIAL NOTICE

18 Months publication as required under Section 11A of the Patents Act, 1970as amended by the Patents (Amendment) Act, 2005.

Notice is hereby given that any person at any time before the grant of Patent may give representation by way ofopposition to the Controller of Patents at appropriate office on the ground and in a manner specified undersection 25(1) of the Patents (Amendment) Act, 2005 read with Rule 55 of the Patents (Amendment) Rules,2006.Notice is also given that if any interested person requests for copies of the complete specification, drawing andabstract of any application already published, the photocopy of the same can be supplied by the Patent Office asper the jurisdiction on payment of prescribed fees of Rs.4/- per page. If any further details are required to beobtained, the same can be provided by the respective Patent Offices on request.

(Chaitanya Prasad)CONTROLLER GENERAL OF PATENTS, DESIGNS & TRADE MARKS

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SPECIAL NOTICE

Under the new provision of the Patents Act, 1970 as amended by the Patents (Amendment) Act, 2005and Rules there under, Publication of the matter relating to Patents in the Official Gazette of India Part III,Section 2 has been discontinued and instead The Official Journal of the Patent Office is being publishedcontaining all the activities of The Patent Office such as publication of all the patent applications after 18 th

months , grant of patents & all other information in respect of the proceedings as required under the provisionsof the Patents (Amendment) Act, 2005 and Rules thereunder on weekly basis on every Friday.

The Journal is uploaded in the website every Friday. So Paper form and CD-ROM form of the Journal arediscontinued from 01/01/2009.

SPECIAL NOTICEEvery effort is being taken to publish all the patent applications under section 11(A) of the Patents Act.

However, if duplication of publication of any application is found, then earlier date of publication will be taken

for the purpose of provisional protection for applicant and Patent Office will grant Patent not before six months

from the date of second publication, provided that there is there is no third party representation.

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Early Publication:

The following patent applications have been published under section 11A (2) of The Patents (Amendment) Act 2005 and rule24A of The Patents (Amendment) Rules, 2006. Any person may file representation by way of opposition to the Controller ofPatents at the appropriate office against the grant of the patent in the prescribed manner under section 25(1) of the Patents(Amendment) Act 2005 read with the rule 55 of The Patents (Amendment) Rules, 2006:

(12) PATENT APPLICATION PUBLICATION (21) Application No.1162/DEL/2014 A(19) INDIA(22) Date of filing of Application :30/04/2014 (43) Publication Date : 23/05/2014

(54) Title of the invention : ADVANCED TRANSMISSION SYSTEM

(51) International classification :F16H57/08,F16H1/00(31) Priority Document No :NA(32) Priority Date :NA(33) Name of priority country :NA(86) International Application No

Filing Date:NA:NA

(87) International Publication No : NA(61) Patent of Addition to Application Number

Filing Date:NA:NA

(62) Divisional to Application NumberFiling Date

:NA:NA

(71)Name of Applicant :1)RANA ASHISH

Address of Applicant :G-78, GANGA NAGAR, MEERUT250001 UTTAR PRADESH India(72)Name of Inventor :

1)RANA ASHISH2)KAKRAN KUSH3)KUMAR VIPUL

(57) Abstract :The present invention relates to an efficient and advanced transmission system. In automatic mode, the gears are changed according toinput provided by rpm sensor, engine load sensor and gear shift pedals (only forward and reverse shift). A microcontroller unit processthese inputs and send the output to solenoids to change their respective gears. An H-bridge circuit is used to control the solenoids sothat they can shift the gears according to the input given by microcontroller unit. A combination of current driver and a solenoid isused to control the clutch system. To bypass the use of clutch an Ignition control unit is used, which turns off the engine for a veryshort time when engine is operating above a particular speed during gear shifting. When the system is on semi-automatic mode, thegears are changed according to input provided by gear-up pedal and gear-down pedal. In semi-automatic mode, the gear shift pedalsworks as gear-up and gear-down shift. The rest operation is same as in automatic mode.

No. of Pages : 9 No. of Claims : 7

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(12) PATENT APPLICATION PUBLICATION (21) Application No.1163/DEL/2014 A(19) INDIA(22) Date of filing of Application :30/04/2014 (43) Publication Date : 23/05/2014

(54) Title of the invention : STEERING BASED PARK ASSIST SYSTEM FOR AUTOMOBILES

(51) International classification :B60T13/128,B60T8/44(31) Priority Document No :NA(32) Priority Date :NA(33) Name of priority country :NA(86) International Application No

Filing Date:NA:NA

(87) International Publication No : NA(61) Patent of Addition to Application Number

Filing Date:NA:NA

(62) Divisional to Application NumberFiling Date

:NA:NA

(71)Name of Applicant :1)KAKRAN KUSH

Address of Applicant :A-19, GANGA NAGAR, MEERUT,250001, UTTAR PRADESH India(72)Name of Inventor :

1)RANA ASHISH2)KAKRAN KUSH3)KUMAR VIPUL

(57) Abstract :The present invention relates to an automatic park assist system which works based on the inputs from the steering and then uses thebraking force and hence altering the turning circle radius of the vehicle. This system can help the drivers to negotiate tight corners orpark the vehicles in tight parking spots with an ease by decreasing the effort that goes into various maneuvers that goes into thesituations where tight turning or parking is done. This invention automatically applies the brakes of the inner wheel/wheels of thevehicle at the time high steering inputs are given by the driver at the times of maneuvering tight turns or during parking in tight spotsand hence can prove to be beneficial by providing park assist to the drivers when needed.

No. of Pages : 9 No. of Claims : 5

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(12) PATENT APPLICATION PUBLICATION (21) Application No.3911/DEL/2012 A(19) INDIA(22) Date of filing of Application :18/12/2012 (43) Publication Date : 23/05/2014

(54) Title of the invention : A NOVEL PROCESS AND APPARATUS FOR ECO-FRIENDLY TREATMENT OF LIGNINOUSAND OTHER HARD-TO-BIODEGRADE BIOWASTE

(51) International classification :B09B(31) Priority Document No :NA(32) Priority Date :NA(33) Name of priority country :NA(86) International Application No

Filing Date:NA:NA

(87) International Publication No : NA(61) Patent of Addition to Application Number

Filing Date:NA:NA

(62) Divisional to Application NumberFiling Date

:NA:NA

(71)Name of Applicant :1)PONDICHERRY UNIVERSITY

Address of Applicant :Kalapet Pondy - 605 014 India2)DEPARTMENT OF BIOTECHNOLOGY

(72)Name of Inventor :1)Shahid Abbas Abbasi2)Selvaraj Gajalakshmi

(57) Abstract :The present invention relates to a method and apparatus in which ligninous and other difficult-to-biodegrade waste such as coconutshell, thermocol pieces, lantana, ipomoea, etc are treated by harnessing the special ability of termites to break-down and assimilate thiskind of waste.

No. of Pages : 32 No. of Claims : 17

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(12) PATENT APPLICATION PUBLICATION (21) Application No.1166/DEL/2014 A(19) INDIA(22) Date of filing of Application :30/04/2014 (43) Publication Date : 23/05/2014

(54) Title of the invention : APERTURE COUPLED MICROSTRIP PATCH ANTENNA WITH AN ASYMMETRIC '' SHAPEDSLOT FOR CIRCULAR POLARIZATION

(51) International classification :G08B13/14(31) Priority Document No :NA(32) Priority Date :NA(33) Name of priority country :NA(86) International Application No

Filing Date:NA:NA

(87) International Publication No : NA(61) Patent of Addition to Application Number

Filing Date:NA:NA

(62) Divisional to Application NumberFiling Date

:NA:NA

(71)Name of Applicant :1)AJAY KUMAR SHARMA

Address of Applicant :UNIVERSITY SCHOOL FOINFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY,GGSIPU, SECTOR 16-C, DWARKA DELHI-110078 India

2)ASHOK MITTAL3)B.V.R. REDDY

(72)Name of Inventor :1)AJAY KUMAR SHARMA2)ASHOK MITTAL3)B.V.R. REDDY

(57) Abstract :CIRCULAR POLARIZED MICROSTRIP PATCH ANTENNAS FIND APPLICATION IN NAVIGATION, MOBILE, RADAR,WIRELESS,AND SATELLITE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS. IN COMPARISON TO LINEARLY POLARIZED ANTENNAS,THE CIRCULARLY POLARIZED ANTENNAS PROVIDES GREATER FLEXIBILITY IN TERMS OF ORIENTATIONBETWEEN THE TRANSMITTER AND RECEIVER. THE BASIC PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION IN SUCH ANTENNAS IS TORADIATE TWO ORTHOGONAL FIELD COMPONENTS IN EQUAL MAGNITUDE AND PHASE QUADRATURE. SINGLYFED MICROSTRIP PATCH ANTENNAS ARE MOST POPULAR CONFIGURATIONS FOR CIRCULAR POLARIZATIONOPERATION BECAUSE OF THEIR SEVERAL MERITS LIKE REDUCED WEIGHT, LESS COMPLEXITY AND FREEDOMFROM USE OF EXTERNAL HYBRIDS AND POWER DI...