Register a Patent
in India

Rs.8,700/- (inclusive of all Cost & fees)

– Inventions and ideas for inventor and designer.
– For 20 Years .

How does it work?

  • Step 1

    Drop us a line to say Hi.

  • Step 2

    Clerk® Trademark Advisor will get in touch with you.

  • Step 3

    Clerk® will Prepare the Power of Attorney and Declaration of Use.

  • Step 4

    Sign and send back the documents.

  • Step 5

    Clerk® will file your Trademark Application after which you can start to use TM.

What is a trademark?

A Trademark is something which denotes your brand, your company. It is a unique mark or a word which ultimately becomes the identity of your company. E.g. Apple, Sandwich, Coke, Pepsi, Robin Hood, Reliance, there are all examples of the famous brands.

Documents Required for Trademark Registration

Power of Attorney

Scanned copy of PAN Card of all directors and Aadhar card/ Voter ID/ Passport/ Driving License

Declaration of Use

Latest Bank statement/ Utility bill in the name of director which should not be older than two months

Clerk can help you file a trademark in less than 12 hours.
Got Questions? Request a call from Clerk Business Advisor.

How to check your Trademark Application Status online?

If you have filed your trademark, then it is important that you should  track your trademark application and you can do so very easily by following the these simple steps:

  1. Visit IP India
  2. Click on Trademark mark indexes.
  3. Then select pending marks in “index types”.
  4. Write your trademark in search column and select the relevant class.
  5. Fill the captcha code.
  6. Click on search and your trademark will be on screen.

What all can be Trademarked?

There can be numerous things which can be trademarked like logo, word, sound, shape, device, color etc. However,here are the most common type of things which can be applied as a trademark.

Popular Trademark Classes

There are in total 45 classes out of which 34 belong to goods and 11 belong to services.
Here are some most common classes used by people applying for trademark.

Class 5: Pharmaceuticals

Sanitary preparations for medical purposes; Dietetic food and substances adapted for medical or veterinary use.

Class 7: Machine and Machine tools

Motors and engines, Machine coupling and transmission components, Agricultural implements other than hand-operated.

Class 9: Apparatus and instruments

It is an exhaustive list and contains varieties of products like computer software, computer systems, fire extinguisher, machines etc.

Class 15: Musical instruments

There are varieties of musical instruments all of these falls under this class.

Class 16: Paper and cardboard

Book binding material; Photographs; Stationery and office requisites Paintbrushes; Instructional and teaching materials.

Class 19: Building material

Building materials [non-metallic]; Non-metallic rigid pipes for building; Asphalt, pitch and bitumen; transportable buildings.

Class 25: Garments

Clothing, footwear, headgear

Class 35: Advertisement

Advertising; Business management; Business administration; Office functions.

Class 36: Financial Matters

Insurance; Financial affairs; Monetary affairs; Real estate affairs.

Class 42: Technology

Scientific and Technology services, research and design relating there to.

Class 45: Legal Services

Legal services ; Security services, Social services etc.