Privacy Policy

1. Introduction

GAADS, together with its international affiliates and subsidiaries, hereinafter "GAADS," "us," or "we," or "our" or the "Company") are committed to protecting personal data and ensuring that they function effectively and efficiently for our customers, stakeholders, and the community. Individuals' privacy must be protected by using the appropriate and lawful means of handling their data. This privacy policy, also known as "policy '').", has been implemented.

2. Aim

This policy is designed to protect the personal data of all our Company's stakeholders. This policy is intended to inform individuals about the principles that the Company uses personal data ("Personal Data") of individuals who visit, use, deal with, and transact through the website. It also includes a browser and guest user (hereinafter, "you," "user")

3. Purpose and Scope

The purpose of this policy is to describe how GAADS collects, uses, and shares information about you through our online interfaces (e.g., websites and mobile applications) owned and controlled by us, including but not limited to (from now on, the "website"). This policy also explains how GAADS secures data, handles data transfers, and processes requests from data subjects.

This policy control covers all systems, people, and processes within the organization's information system, including directors, board members, employees, and any third parties with access to Personal Data in GAADS.

This policy and related policies are also a commitment to the Company. The Company will seek assurances from third parties who process personal data for GAADS that the Personal Data is protected consistently.

GAADS provides online higher education and industry-relevant certificates (hereinafter referred to individually or collectively as "Program") that are carefully curated. This Privacy Policy applies to all of our services unless otherwise stated.

4. Types of Personal Data collected

We collect Personal Data based on your interactions with us, our products, services, and features, as well as your location and any applicable laws.

A. Personal Identification Data

  • First Name, Last name
  • Job title & Company
  • Signature
  • Photographs

B. Identification Data

  • Social security or tax identification numbers
  • Aadhar number and PAN

C .Financial Data

  • Bank Account information
  • Salary Information
  • Payment gateway account details
  • E-wallet account details

D. Personal Characteristics

  • Age
  • Gender
  • Date of Birth
  • Marital Status
  • Nationality

E. Contact Data

  • Postal address
  • Email address
  • Phone number

F. Education and Recruitment Data

  • Educational qualification(s)
  • Working goals
  • Post-qualification experience

G. Electronic Identification Data

  • Login credentials (If you are a registered user)
  • Visitors IP Data
  • Date and time of website visit
  • Pages visited and navigation on the website
  • Browser being used
  • County of accessing website
  • Language of the browser being used
  • Words searched for
  • Pixel tags

H. Inquiries

  • Personal Data stated in the form – for example: Name, address, phone number, country
  • Subject of Inquiry
  • Personal details (Name on the card, billing address)
  • Payment details (card numbers, card type)
  • Recordings of calls with students and users showing interest in our Program.
  • Information about your interactions with customer service and maintenance interactions with us.

I. User Generated Data

  • Projects and Assignments submitted
  • Peer feedback and grading
  • Program performance data
  • Response to quizzes, standalone quizzes, exams, and surveys
  • Web Cam Recordings (during assessments related to online courses)
  • Posts made to public forums through our platform
  • Any other information necessary to ensure conformity with test/ assessment rules, area of interests

J. Marketing Data

  • Your preferences in receiving marketing information from us
  • Your communication preferences

K. Behavioural Data

  • Data inferred or assumed information relating to your behaviour and interests based on your online activity on our sites

We do not collect any payments information processed by third-party payment gateway providers

5. Special Categories of Personal Data

A particular category of personal data includes information about your race, ethnicity, religion, philosophical beliefs, sex life and political opinions.

We do not process sensitive or special Personal Data.

If we require sensitive or unique Personal Data, we will ask for your consent to use it per this policy.

Another legal basis for processing particular category data could be, as allowed by applicable law: for scientific research, to support employment, social security, or social protection laws, or for the establishment, defense, or exercise of legal claims. You consent to us using your "special" and "sensitive" Personal Data for any reason. For more information on our processing of Personal Data, you can contact our DPO.

6. Sources of data collection

The data collected by the company is derived directly from the data provided by the user or by use of our sites.

Data Collected when You

  • Register for various seminars, webinars or any other outreach initiatives made available by us or Educational Partner’s offline activities
  • Request a quote for the various products and services offered by us
  • Place a feedback, complete any customer surveys circulated or interact with our customer services online
  • View our services or visit our website pages on the internet
  • Browse our website
  • When you appear for assignments, exams or any other assessments in relation to online course
  • When you avail scholarships, refunds and referrals

Data Collected from third parties

Personal Data, such as login or access details, profile picture, or any other text/image in relation to your Personal Data that may be shared with third parties, are received by us.

We also get information about your visits on this platform and other websites that use pixel tags.

We may receive Personal Data from third parties, such as our service providers, other networks linked to our service, advertising partners, marketing and advertising affiliates and our advertising partners.

7. Cookies

Cookies are text files that are stored on your computer. They can be used to store standard Internet log information and visitor behavior information. When you visit our websites, cookies or similar technology may automatically collect information about you.

We may also allow third-party advertising firms (such as Facebook and Google, Twitter, Quora, Quora, Bing, or Twitter) to place cookies on this website. These cookies allow these companies to track your activities across different sites that display Ads. They also record your activities, so they can show you relevant Ads as you surf the Internet. These cookies save information about what you are viewing and an identifier linked to your IP address or device.

How do we use cookies?

GAADS uses cookies in a range of ways to improve your experience on our website, including

  • To recognize our website user and to enhance user experience when interacting with our website
  • We moreover use cookies to help us to analyse the use and performance of our website and services
  • We also use cookies to improve the delivery and value of various services and products offered by us.

What types of cookies do we use?

There are a few different types of cookies, however, our website uses:

  • Persistent Cookies. We use persistent Cookies to improve your experience of using the Sites. This includes recording your acceptance of our Cookie Policy to remove the cookie message which first appears when you use the Sites.
  • Session Cookies. Session Cookies are temporary and deleted from your machine when your web browser closes. We use session Cookies to help us track internet usage as described above.
  • Analytical/Performance Cookies. Analytical cookies allow us to recognise and count the number of visitors and see how many visitors move around our website while they are using it. This helps us improve the way our website works, for example, by ensuring the users find what they are looking for.
  • Functionality Cookies. Functionality Cookies recognise when you return to the website. This enables the company to create greater content for you and remember your likes and dislikes and other preferences.
  • Targeting Cookies. Targeting Cookies records the visit to our website, the pages navigated to and the links clicked upon. It helps to formulate information relevant to the user’s area of interests.

How to manage cookies?

Most browsers let you refuse to accept cookies or delete them. There are many ways to do this. They vary from one browser to another and from one version to the next. The website may not be able to accept cookies. This could lead to some features being unavailable.

You can delete any Cookies that have been stored previously. This will not stop the Sites placing additional Cookies on your device, unless you change your Internet browser settings as described above.

You can however obtain up-to-date information about blocking and deleting cookies via these

  • (Chrome)
  • (Firefox)
  • (Opera)
  • (Internet Explorer)
  • (Safari)

These opt-out mechanisms rely on cookies to remember your choices. If you delete your cookies, use another computer or device, or change browsers, you will need to repeat this process. In addition, opting out of interest-based ads will not opt you out of all ads, but rather only those ads that are personalized to your interests.

8. Data Analytics

To measure the interaction of visitors with our content, we use to search information providers and Analytics tools. Facebook Custom Audiences is also used to request Facebook to show ads tailored to your interactions with our websites and Facebook apps. This allows us to track how you interact with the ads. Further information about how these services use such technology can be found on Google's, Adobe's and Facebook's websites.

You can opt out of Google Analytics data regarding your visits to our websites by downloading the Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on. Facebook's opt-out page allows you to opt-out from Facebook Custom Audiences.

9. Aggregated Data

"Aggregated Data" means records stripped of Personal Data and manipulated or combined to provide generalized, anonymous information. Your identity and personal information are not available in Aggregated Data. We combine your Personal Data anonymously with other information to generate Aggregated Data for internal and commercial use and for sharing with affiliates, subsidiaries and business partners for planning and marketing purposes.

10. Data protection principles

We seek assurances from third parties who process Personal Data on behalf of GAADS that they will protect your data. It is understood that it will be responsible for processing, management, regulation, storage, and retention of any Personal Data in manual records. All Personal Data obtained and held by the Company will:

  • be processed fairly, lawfully and in a transparent manner
  • be collected for specific, explicit, and legitimate purposes
  • be adequate, relevant and limited to what is necessary for the purposes of processing
  • be kept accurate and up to date. Every reasonable effort will be made to ensure that inaccurate data is rectified or erased without delay
  • not be kept for longer than is necessary for its given purpose
  • be processed in a manner that ensures appropriate security of Personal Data including protection against unauthorised or unlawful processing, accidental loss, destruction or damage by using appropriate technical or organisation measures
  • comply with the relevant laws and procedures for international transferring of Personal Data applicable to us.
11. Legal basis for processing your Personal Data

Certain jurisdictions require that we have a lawful basis to justify our processing of your Personal Data.

Where applicable, the lawful basis that GAADS relies upon to justify a particular processing activity may differ from the lawful basis used to justify a different processing activity.

GAADS relies on the following lawful basis to process Personal Data, as permitted under applicable law:

  • Processing necessary for the negotiation, execution, or performance of contracts
  • Processing to comply with legal and regulatory obligations
  • Processing in furtherance of our legitimate interests, including our interests to conduct legitimate business activities (such as improving our products and services, to communicate with you, to secure our systems, among other legitimate interests)
  • Processing necessary to protect vital interest of a user or any other natural person
  • Processing necessary for public interest
  • Processing based on your consent
12. Consent
  • We may ask for your consent to use certain types of Personal Data when required by law.
  • GAADS will have the implied consent of the individual to collect and receive additional information necessary to fulfill the same purposes once their consent has been obtained. If a new purpose is identified, express consent will be sought.
  • If a user is not given notice or a reasonable chance to opt-out of having their data used for mailings or marketing new products or services, consent may be implied.
  • Individuals can withdraw or withhold their consent for GAADS use of their data in specific ways, subject to certain exceptions (e.g., if the personal information is required to provide the service/product or if the withdrawal would frustrate the performance of a legal obligation).
  • Furthermore, by using this site/ acknowledging the privacy policy/ by voluntarily submitting your Personal Data to us, you agree to the collection, storage and processing of your Personal Data according to our Terms of Service and this privacy policy.
  • We may not be in a position to offer you the services you have requested on our Platform if you withdraw or refuse to consent to them.
13. Purpose of collecting Personal Data

We collect your Personal Data for the following purposes

  • To fulfil or meet the reason you provided the information;
  • We use your information for managing and processing purposes, including, but not limited to, tracking attendance, progress and completion of a Program. As part of our management and processing of the Program, we will use certain Personal Data to administer exams, projects, and other assessments for the Program. For example, as part of an exam, GAADS may use certain information collected from you in order to verify your identity or to monitor your performance during the exam to confirm that you are abiding by the applicable testing rules or requirements;
  • To send you updates about the Programs, other GAADS events, platform maintenance or new services provided by GAADS, among other things, through itself or through third parties, via WhatsApp, email, SMS, phone call or any other medium;
  • Provide Chat Room services;
  • To enhance the quality of our content and product offerings;
  • Compliance with security and other mandatory policies and building access;
  • Providing information to relevant external authorities for tax, social security and other purposes as legally required;
  • Conducting surveys to assess your satisfaction, including but not limited to its processes or policies;
  • Setting up and maintaining accounts and subscriptions with third parties that provide information and research services or communication services;
  • Making decisions about your continued engagement, employment or membership;
  • Dealing with legal or regulatory disputes or investigations involving you, our work, or other partners, employees, workers and contractors, including accidents at work, potential and actual negligence claims and professional discipline matters;
  • To monitor use of our information and communication systems to ensure compliance with our IT and document management policies;
  • To ensure network and information security, including preventing unauthorized access to our computer and electronic communications systems and preventing malicious software distribution;
  • Business management and planning, including accounting, auditing and insuring;
  • Planning or reviewing options in relation to the operation or management;
  • Keeping registers required by law or regulation;
  • Communicating with you, for example to respond to inquiries;
  • Enhancing the safety and security of the services and preventing fraud, or protecting our or our customers’, or your rights or property;
  • Enforcing applicable terms and conditions and other applicable policies;
14. Advertising and Marketing
  • We will give you choices about specific Personal Data usage, especially with marketing and advertising. If you have provided your information to us and consented to receive that marketing, you will be sent marketing communications.
  • Your Identification, Identity and Contact Data, and User-generated Data, may be used to get a picture of what you might want or need. This is how we determine which services or offers might interest you.
  • We also have agreements with third parties that allow us to place Ads across the internet, on social networking sites, and blogs. These third parties might collect Personal Data from your visits to our platform and your interactions with our products and use that information to target ads for goods or services.
  • You have the right to opt-out of electronic direct marketing communications. We will acknowledge and respect this choice.
15. Disclosure of Personal Data

GAADS is a global company and may share the personal information collected or provide such access to other companies within the GAADS group.

  • Examples of third parties with whom GAADS may share Personal Data includes: With government bodies, including tax and social security authorities, to comply with applicable laws (including employment and tax laws), to obtain licenses or approvals, and upon request during an audit or assessment;
  • With suppliers, subcontractors and service providers, to maintain an efficient and commercially viable business, including technology, telecom, internet providers;
  • With professional advisers, consultants, and employment and recruitment agencies, to conduct background verification and reference checks, administer benefits and payroll, deal with disciplinary and grievance issues and maintain emergency contact details;
  • With our legal advisors and external auditors for legal advice and to conduct business audits;
  • With service providers for business continuity management and contingency planning in the event of business disruptions.
  • With certain companies in order to establish a membership to participate in digital wallets, payment services or rewards programme

We require all third parties to respect the security of your Personal Data and to treat it in accordance with the law. We do not allow our third-party service providers to use your Personal Data for their own purposes and only permit them to process your Personal Data for specified purposes and in accordance with our instructions.

In addition to the examples cited above, GAADS also shares your Personal Data with:

Recipients Category(ies) of Personal Data we share Why we share it Location(s)
Educational Partners Global
University or company offering the Personal Identification Data Evaluate and assess your
External graders Contact Data
Mentors report on your progress in the Program
enable them to issue a certificate to you on completion of the Program
Employers; Sponsors and Scholarship Providers Personal Identification Data If you are taking a Program that is sponsored or paid for by your employer or a sponsor, or if you have availed a scholarship from a third-party scholarship provider, we may share your Personal Data and grades, evaluations or progress in the Program with your employer/sponsor/scholarship provider. This information may be shared at any time during the Program or afterwards. Global
Personal Characteristics Data
Contact Data
User generated data
Service Providers Personal Identification Data We provide access to or share your information with operations and maintenance contractors and other third parties who perform services on our behalf strictly on confidential terms. They provide a variety of services to us, including billing, sales, marketing, test proctoring, couriers, mentoring, recruitment consulting, product content and features, advertising, analytics, research, customer service, data storage, security, fraud prevention, credit facilities, payment processing and legal services Global
Electronic Identification Data
Data generated from inquires
Marketing Data
Third Parties Personal Identification Data we share certain Personal Data and materials with third parties including, but not limited to, service providers such as Facebook or WhatsApp in order to provide you services that you have requested or services that GAADS provides in conjunction with the Programs Global
Contact Data Programs to arrange and provide networking activities to previous, current or potential students of GAADS
User generated data GAADS may share information that can be used to directly contact you with third-party business partners, such as companies that may be offering products or services or other opportunities that may be of interest to you.
Financial Data To third party business partners
Recruitment Service providers Personal Identification Data If you opt for any of our recruitment services or if you participate in any of our recruitment activities, we will be sharing your information with recruiters and potential employers. Global
Recruitment agency Personal Characteristics Data
Potential employers Contact Data
User generated data
Education and Recruitment Data
Associate and Business Transfers Personal Identification Data We share your Personal Data with our associates for business purposes. Global
Personal Characteristics Data GAADS may disclose and/or transfer your Personal Data to an acquirer, assignee or other successor entity in connection with a sale, merger, or reorganisation of all or substantially all of the equity, business or assets of GAADS to which your Personal Data relates
16. Data subject rights

Certain jurisdictions provide individuals with certain rights regarding processing their Personal Data. These rights are available if you, or any of our affiliates or subsidiaries with whom you interact, is located in the European Union. However, they may also be available in other jurisdictions. These rights may not be available to everyone and not always apply to all situations. Depending on applicable law, you may have the right to:

  • Request access to your Personal Data.
  • Request correction of your Personal Data (should your Personal Data be inaccurate, incomplete, or obsolete).
  • Request deletion of your Personal Data
  • Withdraw your consent to processing (where we processed Personal Data on the basis of your consent). Please note that withdrawing your consent applies only to future processing activities.
  • Object to the processing of your Personal Data.
  • Request restrictions on the processing of your Personal Data.
  • Request the transfer of your Personal Data to you or a third party.
  • Opt-out of certain transfers to third parties.

To exercise a right that you believe you may be entitled to under applicable law, please write to us at

We may need to verify your identity before we fulfil your request.

Because of the different data privacy rights in each country, there may be some conditions that you need to consider when processing your rights. The law applicable to your rights will determine how we respond and what further processing is done. Requests that are repetitive or require disproportionate technical effort, are risky for others, compromise ongoing investigations, or are not practical may be refused. We will never discriminate against anyone who exercises any of these rights.

You have the right to complain to a data protection agency about how we process your Personal Data. Contact your local data protection agency for more information.

17. Our Policy on Children's Data

We are committed to protecting the privacy of children's data. Our Sites are not designed for children. The jurisdiction determines the age of a user. Different jurisdictions have different rules about the age of children who can give consent. In the United Kingdom, a child is anyone 13 years old or less. In Singapore and Qatar, however, consent can only be given if the person is at least 18 years.

Our company has a policy of not collecting, processing, storing, disseminating, or transferring Personal Data from children.

If such a collection is necessary to perform our contractual obligations or as required by the applicable law, we will notify you promptly and appropriately. We will inform you of the collection's reasons and purposes and ask for your explicit consent.

We will delete any Personal Data of children we have collected through our website without parental consent.

18. Data Security

GAADS will ensure that the appropriate organizational and technical measures are in place. Privacy impact assessments and risk assessments support this to ensure that Personal Data is kept safe and protected.

GAADS employs security measures to protect personal information from being misused or unintentionally lost or damaged. GAADS has written security management procedures and policies designed to detect, prevent, contain, correct, and remedy violations of the measures taken to safeguard your Personal Information's confidentiality, integrity, accessibility, security, and security. These policies and procedures give specific data security responsibilities to individuals and include a risk management program that includes periodic risk assessments and provides a sufficient framework of controls that protect your personal information.

In addition, as part of its organizational security measures, employees at GAADS must:

  • ensure that all files or written information of a confidential nature are stored in a secure manner and are only accessed by people who have a need and a right to access them
  • ensure that all files or written information of a confidential nature are not left where they can be read by unauthorised people
  • check regularly on the accuracy of data being entered into computers
  • always use the passwords provided to access the computer system cautiously and such access should not be circulated, unless absolutely necessary
  • use computer screen blanking to ensure that Personal Data is not left on screen when not in use.

Personal Data should not be kept or transported on laptops, USB sticks, or similar devices unless authorized by the Management of GAADS. Where Personal Data is recorded on any such device it should be protected by:

  • ensuring that data is recorded on such devices only where absolutely necessary
  • using an encrypted system — a folder should be created to store the files that need extra protection and all files created or moved to this folder should be automatically encrypted
  • ensuring that laptops or USB drives are not left lying around where they can be stolen.

Failure to follow the Company’s rules on data security may be dealt with via the Company’s disciplinary procedure. Appropriate sanctions include dismissal with or without notice dependent on the severity of the failure.

We also take steps to ensure that our service providers, contractors and other third parties maintain similar level of data protection measures when processing your Personal Data. While we strive to secure your Personal Data, please note that 100% security of Personal Data cannot be guaranteed and that GAADS shall not be liable for any misuse or loss of Personal Data carried out by third party cloud service provider.

19. International data transfers

Our website is operated and managed primarily on servers located in India. Your Personal Data could be stored in data servers in other countries due to the global nature of GAADS.

GAADS uses sub-contractors and service providers to facilitate our products and service offerings. Your Personal Data may also be transferred to the servers of these service providers or other third parties. Your information, including Personal Data, may be transferred to or maintained by computers outside your state, province, or country, depending on the location of our service provider. These servers may have different data protection laws than yours.

Your Personal Data could also be shared, disclosed and transferred among various GAADS Group companies, where necessary, for legitimate business purposes.

We will ask for your consent to such transfers if applicable law requires. Suppose you consent to this Policy in any other case. In that case, GAADS may transfer your Personal Data to GAADS affiliate companies, service providers, or any third-party entity around the globe. We ensure that Personal Data is transferred with a data protection level similar to this Policy.

GAADS will respect all applicable laws when we transfer personal data internationally. We will also enter into a data transfer arrangement with the recipient, which may include Standard Contractual Clauses in the case of European Personal Data. We will also enter into separate Data Processing Agreements, where applicable, with third parties, service providers, contractors, and other recipients of Personal Data. The Company will also ensure that Personal Data transfers to public authorities are not excessive, disproportionate, or indiscriminate, as this would be against the law in a democracy. The Company will seek a practical solution to any conflicts between these requirements and those of public authorities. We will take every step necessary to ensure your data is protected and treated under our security and privacy standards.

GAADS will ensure that the appropriate organizational and technical measures are in place. Privacy impact assessments and risk assessments support this to ensure that Personal Data is protected and a secure environment for both electronic and manual information.

GAADS employs security measures to protect personal information from being misused or unintentionally lost or damaged. GAADS has written security management procedures and policies designed to detect, prevent, contain, correct, and remedy violations of the measures taken to safeguard your Personal Information's confidentiality, integrity, accessibility, security, and security. These policies and procedures give specific data security responsibilities to individuals and include a risk management program that includes periodic risk assessments and provides a sufficient framework of controls to protect your personal information.

20. Records management

Records management is a collection of activities required to control the creation, distribution and use of records. This information can be used as evidence for business transactions and business activities. Complying with information law without strong records management practices and policies is challenging. Good records management practices ensure record quality, help minimize data storage, and support data minimization.

21. Organization and Responsibilities

GAADS will keep records of data processing according to the law. The data protection officer (DPO) oversees data protection and ensures compliance with relevant legislation and data protection principles. Each staff member is responsible for ensuring that the Register's measures are adequately reflected in practice.

When appropriate, we will follow the relevant codes of conduct.

22. Conflicts of Law

This Policy will comply with all laws and regulations applicable to the country where the Company is established and the countries in which it operates. The former shall prevail if this Policy conflicts with applicable laws or regulations.

23. Retention of Personal Data

Your Personal Data is only retained for as long as necessary to fulfill the purpose for which it was collected. Personal Data retention time depends on what purpose we are using it for and what may be required by applicable laws to protect, exercise or establish our legal rights.

The users can exercise these rights. We will also ask for your consent if we need to extend the retention period. If the original purpose of data collection is no longer relevant, we can also dispose of it.

24. Procedures

The Company has taken the following steps to protect the Personal Data of relevant stakeholders, which it holds or to which it has access:

The users can exercise these rights. We will also ask for your consent if we need to extend the retention period. If the original purpose of data collection is no longer relevant, we can also dispose of it.

  • it appoints or employs employees with specific responsibilities for: the processing and controlling of data

-the comprehensive reviewing and auditing of its data protection systems and procedures

- overviewing the effectiveness and integrity of all the data that must be protected.

- There are clear lines of responsibility and accountability for these different roles.

  • it provides its employees with information and training to make them aware of the importance of protecting Personal Data, to teach them how to do this, and to understand how to treat information confidentially
  • it can account for all Personal Data it holds, where it comes from, who it is shared with and also who it might be shared with
  • it carries out risk assessments as part of its reviewing activities to identify any vulnerabilities in its Personal Data handling and processing, and to take measures to reduce the risks of mishandling and potential breaches of data security. The procedure includes an assessment of the impact of both use and potential misuse of Personal Data in and by the Company
  • it recognises the importance of seeking individuals’ consent for obtaining, recording, using, sharing, storing and retaining their Personal Data, and regularly reviews its procedures for doing so, including the audit trails that are needed and are followed for all consent decisions. The Company understands that consent must be freely given, specific, informed and unambiguous. The Company will seek consent on a specific and individual basis where appropriate. Full information will be given regarding the activities about which consent is sought. Relevant individuals have the absolute and unimpeded right to withdraw that consent at any time
  • it has the appropriate mechanisms for detecting, reporting and investigating suspected or actual Personal Data breaches, including security breaches. It is aware of its duty to report significant breaches that cause significant harm to the affected individuals to the relevant supervisory authority, and is aware of the possible consequences
  • it is aware of the implications international transfer of Personal Data internationally.
25. Breach notification

A data breach likely to threaten individuals' rights and freedoms will be reported to the appropriate supervisory authority within three working days of becoming aware of it. It may also be reported in more than one installment. In the event of a breach likely to pose a significant risk to individuals' rights and freedoms, they will be notified directly. The Company will notify the public if the breach is severe enough to warrant it.

26. External Links on our website

A data breach likely to threaten individuals' rights and freedoms will be reported to the appropriate supervisory authority within three working days of becoming aware of it. It may also be reported in more than one installment. In the event of a breach likely to pose a significant risk to individuals' rights and freedoms, they will be notified directly. The Company will notify the public if the breach is severe enough to warrant it.

27. Use of this website and our Terms of Service

GAADS owns this website. This Privacy Policy and our Terms of Use together govern your use of the Platform as well as the programs offered by GAADS. This Privacy Policy will be a part of the Terms. You agree to these Terms of Use by using this website and any information contained therein.

28. Updates to this policy

We may update our Privacy Policy from time to time. We will take reasonable steps to inform all GAADS entities, Customers, Business Partners, and other data subjects affected by the revisions by posting the new Privacy Policy on this page and via email.

29. Data Controller/ Company Details

The "Data Controller" (i.e., GAADS) means the entity that will decide how your Data is used and is responsible for how it holds personal information about you.

Since GAADS is made up of different legal entities, the entity that will be your data controller depends on the situation where your Personal Data is collected.

30. Data Protection Officer

The company, in accordance with the applicable laws, and all applicable rules made thereunder, has appointed a Data Protection Officer; who can be reached at the details below:

  • Name: Mr. Mohit Kumar
  • Email Address: