You’ll need to obtain a copyright for the name you want to write under.
You should include any professional pseudonyms you use in the relevant area during registration.
On your registration, your legal name and any professional pseudonyms will be shown.
The creator of the work, a copyright claimant, the owner of an exclusive right to the work, or an authorised agent must file an application in person at the copyrights office, by speed/registered mail, or using the official website’s e-filing option (copyright.gov.in).
A new application must be filed with the registrar for each work, along with the specifics of the work.
Along with this, the required fee must be provided, Fees vary depending on the type of job.
There is a minimum 30-day waiting time once the dairy number is given.
The copyright examiner analyses the application during this time.
This time frame is in place to allow for complaints to be raised and evaluated.
If no objections are raised, the examiner reviews and scrutinises the application for any inconsistencies.
More papers may be requested by the registrar.
The Registrar of Copyrights would put the information of the copyright into the register of copyrights and issue a certificate of registration after he or she was entirely satisfied with the applicant’s copyright claim.
Reference: Indian Copyright Act,1957
REGISTRATION OF COPYRIGHT
Section 44. Register of Copyrights.Ñ There shall be kept at the Copyright Office a register in the prescribed form to be called the Register of Copyrights in which may be entered the names or titles of works and the names and addresses of authors, publishers and owners of copyright and such other particulars as may be prescribed.