The structure of the website and its content are exclusively owned by Rayner India. The rights concerning their use, the copyright, the legislation on copyright are subject to and protected by the legislation in force. Brands, logos and corporate names are owned by Rayner India and such materials cannot be used without Rayner India’s prior written consent. In particular the informative contents and the name of Rayner India cannot be used by third parties without its previous consent in writing. In the absence of such consent, any use for advertising or commercial purpose is forbidden, also in case a third party has an activity of cooperation of any kind in progress with Rayner India, therein included the use of hyperlinks to its website. The name Rayner India and any brand including the brand Rayner India cannot be used as Internet addresses of other websites, or any part of such addresses, without the previous consent in writing by Rayner India.
The information included on the website can be transferred to the user’s system and used only for personal use. Therefore, any right to their reproduction or also partial use is excluded, for economic, commercial or industrial purposes.
Rayner India collects data concerning the use of the website for the purpose to improve the service offered to the visitors through the use of technical cookie, a small piece of data sent from a website and stored in a user’s computer or mobile device while the user is browsing that Website. These cookies are registered anonymously and therefore do not allow personal identification. The data collected includes for instance information concerning the pages looked up, the time of the visit and other monitoring information.
We also use third party cookies for which a prior consent of the user is required. The information gathered by Rayner India through the cookies is not used for users’ identification.
Rayner India does not provide elements of guarantee and cannot be considered in any way liable for direct or indirect damages of any kind, which can come from using the website, the incapacity or impossibility to use it, errors, imprecisions contained in it. The company arranges for updating and/or changing information included on the website, but does not assure their completeness or accuracy. Therefore, we invite the user to check, from the administrative office, the information included on the website. Since the website and its content purpose is advisory, it cannot in any way make third parties have expectations or rights of any kind. Access and use of the website suggest that the users have checked the compatibility of their system and that the connection causes no malfunctioning to the computing facilities used. Rayner India does not ensure, for characteristics of unpredictability of computer virus diffusion, that the website is unscathed. In no circumstance will the company be liable for damages caused due to such connections, even in the presence of malwares or other causes and has the right to pursue in the appropriate place any activity threatening to cause damage or tampering to the website and/or to its content or aimed at limiting its use and access.
Rayner India has the right to change at any time the terms and conditions of use of the website, as well as changing or eliminating training courses and activities at its own discretion, in any way and/or at any moment without notice.
The website of Rayner India can contain some links to other websites. The indication of such links does not signify approval, share or sponsorship by Rayner India with the subjects owning such linked websites. Rayner India refuses any liability for the content of such websites regarding completeness and accuracy of information therein contained and would like to inform the users who decide to visit a linked website that they acquire the obligation to adopt the appropriate actions against malwares or other destructive elements.
The term “PI” means any personal information that relates to a natural person which, either directly or indirectly, in combination with other information available or likely to be available is capable of identifying such person.
The term “SPI” of a person means such personal information which consists of information relating to (i) password; (ii) financial information such as bank account or credit card or debit card or other payment instrument details; (iii) physical, physiological and mental health condition; (iv) sexual orientation; (v) medical records and history; (vi) biometric information; (vii) any detail relating to the above shared with us for providing service; and (viii) any of the information received under above clauses for processing: provided that any information that is freely available or accessible in public domain or furnished under the Right to Information Act, 2005 or any other law for the time being in force shall not be regarded as SPI.
For the purpose of permitting access to this website, providing information on the programmes offered by Rayner India, enrolling in the programmes and other internal administrative purposes, Rayner India will receive, collect, store or share your PI or SPI. Typically, Rayner India collects, receives, possess, stores, deals, handle and share the following information:
However, any information that is freely available in the public domain is exempt from the above definition.
You have the option not to provide or agree to the collection of PI or SPI. If you choose not to agree with these terms, you will not be entitled to enrol with or use any of the services provided by the Rayner India. Rayner India will retain the PI and SPI for no longer than the maximum tenure as may be prescribed under the provisions of the applicable law.
Rayner India collects and uses PI and SPI for the purpose offering programmes and for matters connected and incidental thereto. Rayner India collects and uses your PI and SPI only as follows, including but limiting to:
PI or SPI will not be sold or otherwise transferred to unaffiliated third parties unless otherwise stated herein, at the time of collection or without your approval, as the case may be. Rayner India might share, exchange, transfer and disclose information:
All or any of the PI and SPI provided are ‘as and on’ basis and Rayner India is not responsible for the authenticity of the PI and SPI provided by you. These PI and SPI which are provided and collected from you are solely for the purposes mentioned herein and any other documents and in relation to you enrolment for any of the courses / programmes offered by Rayner India.
Rayner India encourages you to update the PI and SPI as and when there are any changes. You are also entitled to review the information provided and ensure that any PI and SPI or other information found to be inaccurate be amended, as soon as possible. However, Rayner India shall not be responsible for the authenticity of the PI and SPI or other information supplied by you.
We have adopted reasonable security practices and procedures and have implemented such reasonable security practices and safeguards which are appropriate to protect the integrity and the sensitivity of the PI as more particularly described hereunder:
[These security practices and standards are consistent with the generally accepted standards of commercial business practice commensurate with the PI being protected from any misuse, unauthorised access, mutilation, unauthorised processing, unauthorised storage, unauthorised modification or alteration, destruction and/or unauthorised disclosures while the same is with us.]
In case of any grievance as regards misuse of processing of your PI and SPI in a time bound manner, please contact Rujita Redij (“Grievance Officer”) at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Grievance Officer shall redress your grievances expeditiously not later than one (1) month from the date of the grievance.
Such terms and conditions are regulated by Indian law. The Court of Mumbai, will have jurisdiction and exclusive competence for potential litigations anyway connected to such conditions.