Trademark Registration in India 100% Easy Online Process & Pan India Service

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Trademark Registration

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Pricing Plan for trademark registration

Cost of Trademark Registration totally depend on uniqueness of your brand name. if your Trademark Name is unique then its will get registered with Basic packages costing only. Trademark registration is a lengthy process  and pass through various steps, so we have designed our packages according to avaialabilty of brand name only. Please have a look on our packages: 

Basic Package


(Professional Fee ₹1,999 + Govt Fee & Tax ₹4860)

Standard Package


(Professional Fee ₹5999 + Govt Fee & Tax ₹5580)

Premium Package


(Professional Fee ₹15,000 + Govt Fee & Tax ₹7,200)

Documents to be Submitted for Trademark Registration

  1. Trademark Questionnaire (Information about applicant)
  2. Image of Logo or Device Mark in JPEG (If any)
  3. Trademark Attorney Authorisation (We will draft)
  4. Affidavit (We will draft)
  5. Usership Proof like invoice, Domain Registration etc (if Any)

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What is Trademark?

A trademark is a unique mark or sign that represents a business, and it is used to distinctively identify a company from another and build its credibility among consumers. We always advise our clients to recognize all the IP Rights in the form of Trademark and register every Mark, Brand Name, Label, Product Name, Logo, Punchline, and the Domain Names as the Trademark in India for an effective remedy in case of misuse by any other person. The registration provides the right to sue against others who try to copy your trademark and prevents others from using a similar trademark to the one registered by you.

Who Should Apply?

  • An individual / Proprietorship Firms
  • Partnership Firm
  • Limited Liability Partnership
  •  Company
  • Trust or Society

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Type of Trademark

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Business Name

The most important trademark is your Business Name, You must protect it immediately before someone else get copy.

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Logo of the Company

The logo is the image, artwork or emblems of your business. For Logo Registration, submit a high-resolution JPEG Image.

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Punchline or Slogan

Punchline or Slogan, like “Ye Dil Mange More” of Pepsi, can be protected by registering the trademark registration in India.

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Brand Name

The products of business are known by its independent name. It may be a wordmark or a device mark (image).

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Domain Name

The domain names are also capable of registration under the Trademark Law. It brings a lot. of protection, and u must get it

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Sound Mark

If a sound is unique to your business like the Airtel ring tone or ICICI jingle, then ensure to register it as Sound Mark.

Advantages of Trademark Registration

Exclusive Rights

The owner of Registered Trademark enjoys exclusive right over the trademark. The owner can use the same for all the products falling under the class(es) applied. Further, the owner can enjoy the sole ownership of the Trademark and can stop other from the unauthorised use of the Trademark under the same class where it is registered.

Build Trust & Goodwill

The established quality of your product and services are known by everyone through the trademark and which establishes trust and goodwill among the customers in market. It helps in creating permanent customers who are loyal and always opt for the same brand. Trademark also helps customer in their buring decision.

Differentiates Product

It makes easy for customers to find your products. It makes your product and identity of products different from that of the existing and foreseen competitors and acts as efficient commercial tool. The logo can communicate your vision, quality or unique characteristic of your company and any organisation.

Attract Human Resources

Young minds aspire to join big Brands as it acts as a magnate. It inspires the positive image of the organisation and thus candidates are attracted towards them easily. This reduces the cost towards hiring and related activities.

Creation of Asset

Registration of Trademark creates an intangible asset i.e. Intellectual Property for an organisation. Registered trademark is a right created which can be sold, assigned, franchised or commercially contracted. Also, the Trademark is an intangible asset which gives the advantage to the organisation.

Use of ® symbol

Once the trademark is registered you can use the ® symbol on your logo stating that it is a registered trademark and no one can use the same trademark. It is exclusive of all types of usages as well as rights. If someone else use the trademark then you can also sue the party if the trademark is registered.

Protection against infringement

It gives recognition to the quality of the product. Customers attach the product’s quality with the brand name and this image is created in the market about the quality of a particular brand which helps in attracting new customers as they can differentiate the quality of a product by the logo/brand name.

Protection for 10 Years at low cost

Registration of Trademark creates an intangible asset i.e. Intellectual Property for an organisation. Registered trademark is a right created which can be sold, assigned, franchised or commercially contracted. Also, the Trademark is an intangible asset which gives the advantage to the organisation.

Recognition to product’s Quality

It gives recognition to the quality of the product. Customers attach the product’s quality with the brand name and this image is created in the market about the quality of a particular brand which helps in attracting new customers as they can differentiate the quality of a product by the logo/brand name.

What is Trademark Class?

Trademark is segregated into 45 different classes as per the NICE classification for a trademark, also known as the International Certification of Goods and Services. Each of the trademark classes represents a distinct set of goods and services.
A Trademark Class list comprises 45 classes, including products and services. The Trademark Class list from Class 1 to class 34 is for physical goods/products and  from classes 35 to Class 45 is for services. When registering a Trademark for a product or service, one needs to really understand Trademark Class details, before registering for a class.

How to Find out Right Trademark Class ?

While filing a trademark registration application, it is necessary to do a trademark search to avoid discrepancies. It is essential to choose the right class of the trademark as the mark’s wrong classification can hamper the registration process.
Trademark applications can be filed in more than one class if the business’s activity involves various goods or services falling under different trademark classifications. Further, even if a registered trademark exists under one class, another entity can file a trademark application for the same mark under another class.
Hence, filing of trademark application under one class does not provide complete exclusivity over the mark’s use. Trademark only includes exclusivity for the mark’s use concerning the class of goods or services for which the trademark is registered. Use the trademark class finder tool to find the correct trademark class for your goods or service from over 80,000 goods and services. To Find out Correct Trademark class for your  Business Contact us or visit on Trademark Class finder Tool .

Validity and Renewal of Trademark

  • As per Section 25 of the Trademarks Act of 1999,trademark registration in India can be renewed after every 10 year
  • Additionally, as per Rules 57 & 58 of The Trademark Rules of 2017 an application for a trademark, renewal has to be filed within 1 year prior to the expiry of the registered trademark.
  • Further, if the deadline for trademark renewal is missed, the same can be filed within 6 months after the expiry, with an additional fee for late filing.

Trademark Registration Process

Technological advancements allow an applicant to register a Trademark online. You can get touch with our Business Experts to file Trademark Application with department without visiting at registry office.

Step 1 – Trademark Search:

It is necessary that before beginning, the Applicant must search for trademark availability. Doing a Trademark search will provide information about identical or similar Trademark filed with the Trademark Registry. Our Team will help you in search of Trademark Name availability without any extra cost. 

Step 2 – Trademark Filing:

After completing the Trademark search, the trademark registration application can be filed with the Trademark Registrar. However, the application must be made in a prescribed manner and filed along with the mentioned fees. 

Step 3 – The Vienna Codification Process:

The Vienna Classification or Vienna Codification, established by the Vienna agreement (1973), is an international classification of marks’ symbolic elements. Once the Trademark registration application is filed, the Trademark Registrar will apply the Vienna classification to the Trademark based on marks’ figurative elements. While this work is in progress, the trademark application status usually reflects as “Sent for Vienna Codification.”

Step 4 – Trademark Examination:

After Vienna Codification’s completion, the Trademark registration application will get allotted to an officer in the Trademark Registrar’s office. The officer will then review the Trademark application for correctness and issue a Trademark examination report. The officer can accept the Trademark application, allow trademark journal publishing, or object to the Trademark registration process.
If the application is objected, the applicant can appear before the Trademark officer and address the objections. If the officer finds the justification satisfying, the Trademark would be then allowed for Trademark journal publication. If the reasons are not satisfactory, the applicant has the right to appeal the officer’s decision before the Intellectual Property Appellate Board. LEARN MORE ABOUT OBJECTION…

Step 5 – Trademark Journal Publication:

When the Trademark Registrar accepts the registration application, the proposed Trademark is published in the Trademark journal. This journal is published weekly and includes all the trademarks that have been accepted by the Registrar. The public can also oppose to the Trademark Registration if they think that the registration can damage their brand. If there are no opposition within 4 month of the publication, then the mark will be registered.
If the application faces opposition by a third party, a hearing will be called for by the Trademark Hearing officer. Both the applicant and the opposer have a chance to appear and provide their side of justification, respectively. Based on the hearings and the evidence put forth, the Trademark Hearing Officer will determine if the application should be accepted or rejected. However, the decision by the Hearing officer can also be challenged by the escalating officer.

Step 6 – Trademark Registration:

If there are no objections or oppositions, only the Trademark manuscript and trademark registration will be prepared and issued. Only after the Trademark registration Certificate is issued, the Trademark is considered to be a registered trademark of the owner, granting the owner some exclusive rights of the mark. The ® Symbol can now be placed to the logo or the Trademark.

Trademark Infringement Lawsuit in India

The unauthorized use of a trademark or a service mark in such a way that is likely to cause any confusion, misrepresentation, or misconception about the source of a good or service is known as trademark infringement. Learn More 

Frequently Asked Questions

Trademark Registration is an intellectual property registration under the Trademark Act of India. Trademark registration provides ownership of intellectual property, rights to exclusive use of the registered trademark and legal protection in case of trademark infringement.

Trademark registration facilitates brand recognition for your goods and services. It also creates goodwill associated with the brand. Thus, your brand is recognised as well as carries a market value over time.

A trademark is registered by the registrar of trademarks only if it is unique and is not same or similar to any existing brand. The database of all registered and applied trademarks is available for public search. The applicant must search for an identical mark in the appropriate class of the TM.

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  2. Learn more about How to Do a Trademark Search in India?

For Trademark Registration, the goods and services are classified into 45 different classes. The most recent change in TM Classification is done by World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) on 1st Feb 2018. Classes 1 to 34 pertains to goods and classes 35 to 45 are for services. The protection of the trademark is legally enforceable only within the specification of a specific class of trademark for which it is registered. Some time one trademark and the goods or services associated with it falls under multiple classes, in that case, the application should be filed in all such classes.

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As soon as you file the application and receive an acknowledgement, you can use the ™ symbol. Once the registration process is complete, you can use the ® symbol.

Owner of the trademark needs to authorise our panel of trademark attorney or trademark agent in the prescribed trademark authorisation form. It is like a power of attorney for trademark filing and departmental representation on behalf of the applicant. The owner of the trademark is also required to submit an affidavit sworn before notary public about the user dare of the mark. 

The government fee for filing a trademark in India varies based on the type of the applicant. following the current slab of the government fee.

    1. For Individual and HUF - Rs 4500/
    2. For Registered Startup under Startup India Initiative and MSME -Rs 4500/-
    3. For all other applicants like companies/LLP etc. - Rs 9000/


A trademark is something which connects the goods or services to the business which provides them. The process of registration of Brand Registration / Brand Name Registration is similar to that of a trademark registration or logo registration

Trademark Registration is completely online Process. However you can also file Application for trademark through Physical mode at registrar office of IPR. 

Yes you can also file its by yourself but its is always advisable to obtain the trademark registration under the guidance of an expert as the process has various steps to be followed and also requires regular follow-up from the government. 

 A registered trademark has a period of validity that stretches up to 10 years before it has to be renewed again. However, the renewal process may be initiated only within one year before the expiry of the registered trademark. If one fails to do so, the trademark will be removed.

It can take anywhere between 6 months to 1 year for your trademark to be Registered. However, we can apply and start using the ™ symbol within few days if we can get all the details and documents at the earliest.

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Registering your trademark ensures you maintain exclusive rights to the mark. If you don't renew on time, you lose your rights. Your competitor would be within their full legal right to come in and claim ownership.

Under modern business condition a trademark performs four functions

    1. It identifies the goods / or services and its origin.
    2. It guarantees its unchanged quality
    3. It advertises the goods/services
    4. It creates an image for the goods/ services.