set out below:
By visiting this website, the visitor consents to the terms of this policy. By submitting
their Information to Kanoria Foundation, the visitor will be treated as having given
permission for processing the same in a manner provided in this policy.
Suryodaya Trustre serves the right, at its discretion, to change, modify, add or remove
portions of this policy at any time. Suryodaya Trust recommends that the visitor reviews
this policy periodically to ensure that they are aware of the current privacy practices.
The visitor’s continued access or use of the website, post such modifications
effectuated by Kanoria Foundation, constitutes their acceptance to modifications made
to this policy.
Suryodaya Trustrespects the privacy of the individual/visitor and is committed to take
reasonable precautions to protect information consisting of Personal information and
`Sensitive Personal Data or Information’ (SPDI) (“Information”) of visitors of this
website and comply with all legal, regulatory and/or contractual obligations related to
privacy. Suryodaya Trust has adopted the ‘Privacy by Default’ principles in its approach
to data privacy i.e. privacy of data and information is upheld first by default.
This policy covers the processing, storage and access to Information as required under
lawful and/or contractual activities with Suryodaya Trustor otherwise required in the
normal course of business. It describes Kanoria Foundation’s policies and procedures
on the collection, usage and disclosure of Information provided/received by natural
persons and meets the requirements established under:
The Information Technology Act, 2000 – Section 43A; and
The Information Technology (Reasonable Security Practices and Procedures and
Sensitive Personal Information) Rules, 2011.
Suryodaya Trust controls and operates this web site from India and makes no
representation that the materials are appropriate or will be available for use in other
locations. If you use this web site from outside the India, you are entirely responsible for
compliance with all applicable local laws.
This policy applies to all visitors of this website.
Information covered by this Policy
This policy applies to Information collected and processed by Suryodaya Trust
consisting of following:
Personal information is information related to a visitor, or a combination of
pieces of information that could reasonably allow such person to be identified.
Personal information may consist of full name, personal contact numbers,
residential address, email address, gender or date of birth. While information
such as date of birth in isolation may not be enough to uniquely identify the
visitor, a combination of full name and date of birth may be sufficient to do so.
Sensitive personal data or information (“SPDI”) is such personal information that
is collected, received, stored, transmitted or processed by Kanoria Foundation,
Financial information such as bank account or credit card or debit card or
other payment instrument details;
Physical, physiological and mental health condition;
Medical records and history;
Any detail relating to the above personal information categories as provided
to Suryodaya Trust for providing service; and
Any of the information received under above personal information categories
by Suryodaya Trust for processing, stored or processed under lawful contract
Please note 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 sensitive personal information.
Suryodaya Trustshall collect and use Information for legitimate purposes in order:
. That a visitor may download such information and take advantage of other
features of Kanoria Foundation’s website;
To administer or otherwise carry out Kanoria Foundation’s obligations in relation
to any agreement that the visitor may have with Kanoria Foundation; and
To process and respond to requests, improve Kanoria Foundation’s operations,
and communicate with visitor/s about Kanoria Foundation.
Collection of Information
Only minimum Information required to meet the purposes mentioned in this policy
shall be collected from the visitor/s. Neither Reliance Foundation nor its
representatives shall be responsible for the authenticity of such Information
provided by the visitor/s. As normal practice, Reliance Foundation may collect
Information in order to enable the secure online authentication, interaction and
transaction with natural persons. This may include the installation of cookies and
the collection of other session data.
Access, Correction of Information and Withdrawal of Consent
Any modifications / corrections required to the Information can be carried out on the
website. In the event the visitor is unable to do so due to lack of functionality in
Reliance Foundation’s website and / or the visitor wants to withdraw their consent to
provide SPDI, they may contact the Grievance Officer at the contact details set out in
clause 8 below.
Retention, Processing and storage of Information:
. Suryodaya Trustshall retain Information for only as long as necessary to meet
legal or regulatory requirements or for legitimate purposes as mentioned in this
Suryodaya Trust has implemented required security practices and standards in
line with the global standards and has a comprehensive documented information
security programme and policy in place, which contains managerial, technical,
operational and physical security control measures that commensurate with the
information assets being protected with Kanoria Foundation’s nature of
business. It is being reviewed periodically to keep pace with business,
technology and regulatory changes.
Disclosure of Information
Suryodaya Trustshall not use or disclose Information for purposes other than as
mentioned in this policy, except with the consent of the visitor providing such
Information or as required by law. However, Suryodaya Trust may be legally required
to disclose the Information in the following cases:
Where the disclosure is necessary for compliance of a legal obligation; or
Where mandated under the law by government agencies to disclose such
Information.Where necessary, Suryodaya Trustmay disclose Information to its partners or third
parties for the purposes mentioned in this policy. In such cases, Suryodaya Trustwill
only share Information-related data when Suryodaya Trustis assured that:
The Information is processed legitimately and appropriately by its partner or third
party in line with the established consent or in line with legal requirements; and
The partner or third party has adopted a reasonable and equivalent level of
security practices and procedures to ensure security of the Information shared.
In accordance with the Information Technology Act, 2000 and the rules framed
thereunder, the name and contact details of the Grievance Officer are as follows:
Please note that Suryodaya Trust may be required to process data that is generally
considered to be sensitive. Suryodaya Trust only processes this information when it is
necessary to evaluate and process your application.