• Entries should be new and innovative.
  • Team work is allowed. A team should not have more than 6 members.
  • Multidisciplinary and multi-national teams are welcome.
  • Multiple teams per college/institute can participate.
  • A team is allowed to include one technical or professional person in their team who is not a student / part of an institution.
  • All students at various stages of their university careers, full-time or part-time, from undergraduate to postgraduate level (including masters and doctorate) can participate.
  • Paper prototypes or non-digital games are not acceptable.
  • IP Game should be iOS or Android compatible.
  • IPR Film on Piracy and/or Counterfeiting: 30 and 60 seconds short films or animated videos are allowed.
  • Participants are free to design their scripts for the IP game. For reference, please have a look at the sample script at


  • Screenshots and a short video of the gameplay.
  • Maximum size should not be more than 110 MB.
  • Game must function, as single-player game and/or multiplayer game.
  • Game should refrain from the use of store-bought or purchased assets and cannot have in-app purchases.
  • Game should use only open source technologies.
  • App should be compatible with Android “KitKat” and above and iOS 10 and above.
  • Please include ‘Help’ section in the app including ‘How to Play’.
  • A sample script for an IP Game is provided on the IPrism website. It is not mandatory for the participants to use this script.

Film: Piracy and/or Counterfeiting

  • 30 seconds OR 60 seconds animated / film videos.
  • Maximum size should not be more than 110 MB. HQ videos required (if shortlisted).
  • Participants are requested to retain the HQ or decent quality videos; it may be required after the shortlisting procedure.
  • Minimum Pixel (if shortlisted): 1280 X 720 (Normal) or 1920 X 1080 (HD Resolution).
  • Standard-definition video version: PAL (Phase Alternating Line).
  • You can also mail your submission at ASSOCHAM, 5, Sardar Patel Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi-110021.

A Competition on Intellectual Property (IP)
DIPP-CIPAM, ASSOCHAM and Ericsson are organizing the IP Squad, in collaboration, for students across India. This is an exciting opportunity for students to show off their game designing and film making skills to the world. The theme of the competitions is ‘intellectual property rights’. To know more, read on!

Who can participate?
All students enrolled in undergraduate college, post graduate, M Phil and Phd in India can participate. It doesn’t matter what course you are enrolled in. Whether you’re doing a course in science, commerce or humanities stream – all are welcome to participate.

  • The Game Designing Competition

What is it?
This is a shout out to all gamers and game enthusiasts!
If you’re someone who’s passionate about gaming, then this is your chance to shine. Gaming can be thrilling, but here you get a chance to design a game from scratch. So think about the most interesting games that you’ve come across and get inspired. The Game Designing Competition requires participants to design an Android based game on the theme of Intellectual Property Rights.

To know more Script detail click here

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