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is a Final year law student pursuing his BA/LLB at the National University of Advanced Legal Studies (NUALS) Kochi. Currently, he is a senior editor of the NUALS Law Journal. His main area of interest is Intellectual Property Law and Technology Law. His interests also span across the fields of Environmental law, Media and Public Laws.
The precedent with respect to the patentability of Computer Related Inventions in India ranges from little to non-existent; but not for lack of trying. In December 2019, the High Court of Delhi in Ferid Allani v. Union of India (2009 SCC Online Del 11867) examined the rejection of a patent by the Indian Patent and Appeal Board (IPAB) to a Computer Related Invention (CRI).