Trademark Registration Online

Apply Trademark helps you protect your brand name/ Slogan or Logo

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Trademark Registration Online

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What is Trademark?

Generally, Trademark refers to a “brand” or “logo”. Trademark registration can also be acquired for a business name, unique catch phrases, taglines or captions, combination of colors and different letters, even smell. Trademark gives a company/business separate identity.

If properly used and promoted, a Trademark can become one of the most valuable asset of the business. Trademarks indicate the origin as well as the quality of the goods. Some popular trademarks include Coca Cola, HP, Canon, Adidas, etc.

The Trade Marks Registry administers the Trade Marks Act, 1999 and the rules made thereunder. It registers and protects trademarks.There is nothing better than having a legal right over your company’s assets.

What Is Included In Our Package?

What Are The Different Trademark Symbols?


TM (Trademark)

It is an Unregistered Trademark which can be used to promote products.


SM (Service Mark)

It is an unregistered service mark which may be used to promote or advertise products.


Ⓡ(Registered Trademark)

This trademark is surrounded by a circle and it is known as Registered Trademark.

Procedure For Trademark Registration

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Conduct a Trademark search

To make sure that unique logo name filed is available or not, Trademark Search is executed by experts.

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Select Appropriate Class

Depending on nature of your products, we shall suggest the appropriate class of the 45 classes.


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File the application

File the application with the prescribed fees. You can file your form online as well as offline.


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Trademark’s journal

Your trademark will be published in Trademark’s journal. This gives general public to object.


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Certificate is issued

If no objection is raised, a certificate is issued. Hence, your Trademark registration is completed


Benefits Of Trademark

Listed below are few of the many trademark benefits:


Trademark brings along a legal protection. This protection allows you to protect your assets from any kind of infringement. You have a legal right to sue anyone over the misuse of your assets.


Trademark gives you and your company a separate identity. Your trademark is published in the Trademark’s registrar. It indirectly promotes your company. Also you being the rightful owner of your trademark, you have the exclusive rights of its usage.


Trademark increases your company’s value in the market. It makes your company reliable in front of customers as well as investors and partners.

Classes of Trademark

Classes Category of Trademarkk
Class 1 Any kind of Chemicals that are used in Industries, science or photography, even chemicals used in agriculture, horticulture and forestry, also the adhesives used in Industry, unprocessed plastics, chemical substances involved inedible substances.
Class 2 Any kind of paints or varnishes, any preservative used against rust and damage of wood, metals used in foil and powder form used by painters, decorators or printers, even mordant and colorants
Class 3 Substances used in laundry, also cleaning and polishing; and has chemical applications, soaps, perfumes, oils, any kind of cosmetics
Class 4 All industrial greases and oils, any kind of lubricants, wetting or binding compositions, all fuels and candles and wicks.
Class 5 Medical preparations (Veterinary and Pharmaceutical, including sanitary preparations also, any dietetic substance), baby food, plasters, dressing material, disinfectants, dental wax, preparations to destroy vermin.
Class 6 Common Metals and alloys, any material used for metal building; non-electric cables and wires (all of the common metals), pipes and tubes and other small metal hardware, also ones are included
Class 7 Machines and their tools, motors or engines (land vehicles not included), incubators (for eggs) and agriculture machines (hand operated not included).
Class 8 Hand tools, cutlery, razors and side arms.
Class 9 Any instrument and apparatus used in science, navigation, Photography, Cinematography, optics, weights and measurements, signals, supervision, life-saving and/or teaching, also conducting, transforming, switching, regulating, transmitting or reproduction of sound or images; any kind of magnetic data carriers or recording discs, vending machines(automatic) and any coin-operated apparatus; computers, cash registers, calculating machines and fire-extinguishing apparatus.
Class 10 Any kind of medical apparatus including surgical, dental and veterinary instruments and apparatus, artificial limbs or eyes or teeth; Orthopedic articles also included.
Class 11 Any lighting, steam generating, heating, drying, cooking, refrigerating, ventilating, sanitary or water supply related appliances and apparatus.
Class 12 Vehicles and apparatus for locomotion (in/by land, air or water)
Class 13 Fireworks, Firearms, Explosives, and ammunition (also projectiles).
Class 14 Any precious metal and its alloy and any goods made of that precious metal or even coated with, jewels and ornaments and precious stones; also chronometric instruments.
Class 15 Any Musical Instrument
Class 16 Cardboard and paper; any goods made from them; printed matter, photographs and all stationary given that they are not included in any other classes, adhesives (at the household level), paint brushes, office requisites; teaching material (excluding any kind of apparatus), printing blocks and plastic material for packaging.
Class 17 Rubber, mica, gutta-percha, asbestos, gum and any goods made from these, packing, insulating and stopping materials, extruded plastics, pipes (flexible and not made up of metals).
Class 18 Leather any kind of its limitation, any goods from this material, trunks, hides, animal skins and traveling bags; parasols, umbrellas and walking sticks also harness and whips.
Class 19 Non- metallic building materials, rigid pipes again non-metallic and used for building purposes; bitumen, asphalt, and pitch; monuments, not of metal.
Class 20 Mirrors, furniture, picture frames; any goods of wood, reed, cork, wicker, cane, bone, horn, whalebone, ivory, amber, shell, meerschaum, mother-of-pearl or any kind of their substitutes, also plastics given that they are not included in any other class.
Class 21 Household utensils and containers (including kitchen), sponges and combs; brushes(excluding paint brushes) and materials included in their making; steel wool and unprocessed glass, porcelain and glassware; also earthenware. 
Class 22 “Tents, nets, strings, ropes, tarpaulins, awnings, sacks, sails, bags (which are excluded from other classes); stuffing and padding materials; raw textile materials (fibrous).
Class 23 Threads and Yarns (textile use).
Class 24 Textile and their goods; bed covers and table covers.
Class 25 Footwear, clothing, and headgear. 
Class 26 Ribbons, Embroidery, Lace, and braid; hooks and buttons, needles and pins; artificial flowers.
Class 27 Mats, rugs, carpets and matting, linoleum and other similar materials used for covering existing floors and also wall-hangings which are non-textile 
Class 28  Sporting and gymnastic articles; games and any kind of playthings given that they are not included in other classes and also decorations for Christmas Trees.
Class 29 Fish, meat, poultry; meat extracts; dried, cooked, frozen edibles (fruits and vegetables), jellies, jams; eggs, milk and its products, oil (edible). 
Class 30 “Tea, coffee, rice, sugar, tapioca, artificial coffee, and sago; bread, flour, pastry and confectionery; honey, ices, yeast, treacle, salt, baking powder, mustard, sauces, vinegar, spices, and ice.
Class 31 Products from agriculture, forest and horticulture and grains gave that they are not included in other classes; fresh vegetables and fruits; live animals; seeds; plants and flowers (natural); food product for animals 
Class 32 Mineral and aerated water; Non-alcoholic drinks and beers; fruit juices and drinks; syrups and preparation for beverages.
Class 33 Alcoholic drinks (excluding beers).
Class 34 Smoking articles, Tobacco, and matches.
Class 35 Business Management; advertising; business administration and other office functions.
Class 36  Financial affairs, Insurance; Monetary affairs; real estate affairs. 
Class 37  Repair, Building construction, Installation Services. 
Class 38  Telecommunications 
Class 39  Packaging and storage of goods; Transport.
Class 40 Treatment of Materials.
Class 41  Providing training; Entertainment; sporting; Education and other cultural activities. 
Class 42  Technological and scientific services; industrial analysis and research services; development of computer hardware and software and their designing. 
Class 43 Services related to providing drinks and food or temporary accommodation. 
Class 44 Any kind of Medical services (including Veterinary, hygienic and beauty services) both for humans and animals; horticulture, agriculture and forest services. 
Class 45 Legal and security services; personal and social services.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is a trademark?
2. How to select a good trademark?
3. What are different types of trademarks that may be registered in India?
4. What is the function of a trademark?
5. Who can apply for a trademark and how?
6. Who benefits from a trademark?
7. What are the benefits of registering a trademark?
8. Can a registered trademark be removed from the register?
9. What are the sources of trademark laws?
10. What does the Register of trademark contain?
11. Can any correction be made in the application or register?
12. What are the formalities and government fees for major trademark transactions?