jaisdontechsolution.com

Privacy Policy

The terms “We”/”Us”/”Our”/”Company” apply to jaisdontechsolution.com individually and collectively, and the users are referred to by the terms “You”/”Your”/”Yourself.” 

This Privacy Policy is an electronic record in the form of an electronic contract 

created pursuant to the Law on Information Technology, 2000 and its rules and 

revised requirements on electronic documents / records, as amended by the Law on Information Technology, 2000.Any physical, electronic or digital signature is not required by this Privacy Policy.

This Privacy Policy is a legally binding agreement (both words are listed below) between you and Jaisdon Tech Solution. Upon your approval of this Privacy Policy, the terms of this Privacy Policy will be effective (directly or indirectly in electronic form, by clicking on the I agree tab or by using the website or by other means) and regulate the relationship between you and Jaisdon Tech Solution for your use of the ‘jaisdontechsolution.com ‘ website (as described below).

This document shall be published and construed in compliance with the provisions of the 2011 Rules on Information Technology (Reasonable Security Policies and Procedures and Confidential Personal Information Data) under the Information Technology Act , 2000, requiring the publication of a Privacy Policy for the collection, use, storage and transfer of sensitive personal data or information.

By using the Website, please read this Privacy Policy carefully and indicate that you understand, consent to, and adhere to this Privacy Policy. 

Please do not use this website if you do not agree with the terms of this Privacy Policy.

You hereby agree to the collection , storage , processing and transfer of any or all of Your Personal Information and Non-Personal Information by us as defined under this Privacy Policy by providing us with Your Information or by making use of the facilities offered by the Website. You further accept that such collection, use, storage and transfer of Your Information shall not cause you or any other person to suffer any loss or wrongful benefit.

User Information

Users are required to provide certain information for the registration process to access certain services on our websites, namely: a) your name, b) email address,

  1. c) gender, d) age, e) PIN code, f) credit card or debit card details, g) history, 
  2. h) password, etc., and / or your profession, interests, and the like. 

The user provided information helps us to optimise our pages and provide you with the most user-friendly experience.

All the information needed depends on the service and we can use the above mentioned user information to retain, safeguard and enhance its services (including advertisement services) and to create new services.

Such information shall not be deemed to be confidential if, for the time being, it is freely available and accessible in the public domain or is given under the Right to Information Act, 2005 or some other statute.

Cookies

We may use “cookies” or similar electronic tools to collect information to assign eachvisitor aspecial, random number as a user ID to understand the individual preferences of the user using the Identified Device in order to improve the responsiveness of the sites to our users. 

We would have no way of knowing who you are until you willingly mark yourself (through registration, for example), even though we assign a cookie to your device.

The only personal information that a cookie can contain is information that you provide (for example, when you ask for personalised information from us). Data from your hard drive can not be accessed by a cookie. Our advertisers can also grant your browser their own cookies (if you click on their advertisements), a mechanism we do not monitor.

When you visit our site, our web servers automatically collect minimal information about the connection of your device to the Internet, including your IP address. (Your IP address is a number that lets Internet-attached computers know where to send you info, such as the web pages you view.) You are not uniquely known by your IP address.

Upon request, we use this information to deliver our websites to you, to tailor our website to our users’ preferences, to monitor traffic within our website and to let advertisers know the geographical locations from which our visitors come.

Links to the other Website

The privacy policies of our own website are disclosed by our policy only. Our website offers links to other websites outside our jurisdiction as well. We shall not be responsible for your use of such sites in any way.

Information Sharing

Without obtaining the prior consent of the individual, we share confidential personal details to any third party under the following restricted circumstances:

(a) Where the statute or any court or government body or authority orders or needs disclosure, for the purpose of identity authentication or for the purpose of prevention , identification, investigation, including cyber accidents, or for the purpose of prosecution and punishment of offences. Such disclosures shall be made in good faith and in the belief that such disclosure is fairly appropriate to comply with the relevant laws and regulations for the compliance of these Terms.

(b) We recommend that, within its group companies, such information be exchanged with the officers and employees of such group companies for the purposes of processing personal information on their behalf. We also ensure that all information recipients consent to the processing of such information on the basis of our guidelines and in accordance with this Privacy Policy and any other necessary confidentiality and protection measures.

Information Security

To protect against unauthorised access to or unauthorised modification, disclosure or destruction of data, we take adequate security measures. This include internal assessments of our data collection, processing and storage processes and protection measures, including adequate encryption and physical security measures to protect against unauthorised access to networks where personal data is stored.

In our managed database, all information collected on our website is securely stored. The database is housed behind a firewall on encrypted servers; access to the servers is password-protected and strictly limited. As powerful as our security measures are, however, no safety device is impenetrable.We can not guarantee our database ‘s security, nor can we guarantee that the information you provide will not be intercepted as it is transmitted over the Internet to us. And, of course, for those with Internet access, any information you use in a posting to the discussion areas is available.

The internet, however, is an ever-evolving medium. From time to time, we can amend our Privacy Policy to incorporate appropriate future changes. Of course, our use of any data we collect will still be consistent with the policy under which the data has been obtained, irrespective of what the new policy might be.