Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy reveals the privacy practices of

When do we gather your information?

When you visit, we record your IP address.

Where do we use your information?

When you come onto the website, we note your IP address and use it to help diagnose server problems to improve user experience and performance of the website.

We also use your information to identify the heavily visited parts of the website and the number of people coming from different networks.

To link IP addresses to personally identifiable data is against the legal and moral code of conduct. This means your movements on the site are being tracked but you remain anonymous. The email address you enter may be used to respond to questions, send information, and share relevant announcements.

User information is exposed to third-party vendors to improve user experience and user-related web services. It is not in any way intended to make your data public.

The partner organizations are prohibited to disclose your personal information which they can only use to improve web services and user experience (UX).

Furthermore, we are subject to share your information to authorities to satisfy applicable law, regulation or governmental requirement. It lays out a path to detect fraud, enhance security and address technical safeguards.

Device Data Recording

We may collect information about the device you use to access and other non-personal information. It includes data such as demographics, unique device identifiers, browser, language set in the browser, and other similar information. This entire data gathering is to track the performance of the site and not in any way to go out in public. Web server logs are maintained for a while but deleted from the systems eventually.


Most computers don’t block cookies by default but a message appears asking you to accept or deny cookies. When you activate the cookie option, small files get stored on your computer. By the use of these small data packets, we save and understand your preference to improve your site experiences. It also gives us insights into the type of interaction and the number of visitors visiting the site.

To further understand the traffic behavior, we may hire third-party vendors to monitor traffic behavior and boost the site's rankings in Google. They are not allowed to interfere with our client database and only there to optimize business function.

Third-Party Cookies

Often cookies may not represent our domain name ( and originate from sites like YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other social media channels for which has installed plugins. Since the cookie policies undergo changes with time, you should visit the respective Privacy Policy pages to review changes from time to time.  Go to this website to read all about cookies -

Links to Third-Party Sites

When we link to other websites, doesn’t take responsibility for the content or the privacy policies of those sites. Links to third-party sites are used for convenience and for the sake of reference.

Email Rule

We will not share, sell, trade or authorize third-party organizations to use your email address for promotional purposes without your permission.

When corresponding with us through email, remember that the information exchanged in emails may not be safe or encrypted and therefore accessible by others. We suggest you observe care when disclosing personal information or sensitive data in emails, the wrongful use of which can cause you emotional, physical and financial harm. Similarly, we will be direct and to the point in our approach to responding to your comments and inquiries.

Information Protection Provision

Although we have taken the appropriate steps to protect your information, online exchange of information is never 100% safe.

Changes to the Policy

The Privacy Policy may undergo changes time after time, and, therefore it is suggested to visit this page to read the updated version. The effective date of this policy is May 14, 2018.