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Apeejay Stya University wins ‘Best University for IP Facilitation’ Award

This prestigious award is conferred by ASSOCHAM during the 2nd IP Excellence Awards



Apeejay Stya University, Gurgaon, a seat of global learning that offers rich opportunities for innovative teaching-learning, creativity and research across disciplines, has won with the ‘Best University for IP Facilitation’ award. This was conferred by ASSOCHAM during 2nd IP Excellence Awards on 10th November 2022 at Hotel Lalit, New Delhi.

The award was received by Prof. Raj S Dhankar, Vice Chancellor, Apeejay Stya University and  Prof. Parikshit Vashisht from School of Engineering & Technology, ASU.


On receiving the award Prof. Raj S Dhankar, Vice Chancellor, ASU said, “This is yet another feather of success in the cap of Apeejay Stya University. The award is a recognition of our efforts in facilitating an innovative platform for research and creation while unleashing the innovative capabilities of students and faculty members and fostering a healthy intellectual property (IP) ecosystem in the country.”

The ASSOCHAM IP Excellence Awards recognise and honour educational institutions, organisations, and individuals for their pioneering efforts in facilitating innovations.

Also Read: Apeejay bags ‘Leading Liberal Arts University Providing Excellence in Employability Programs’ award 

ASU aims to bring a transformation in the society through value-based education, man-making and nation-building by blending the dual identities of a technology and
research-based university with a Liberal Arts institution. The University has nine schools and three Centres namely, the Center for Liberal Arts,  Design Innovation Centre and Apeejay Incubation Centre approved by MSME. All these schools place their students for internship and hands-on training in the concerned industries. 

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