Cookie Policy

We try our best to maintain the confidence you place in us and are dedicated to providing you the best service. The cookie policy described on this page explains what cookies are and how they are used on our website.

What is a Cookie?

Cookies are small files in text which are placed in your computer or device and are stored in the hard drive by a server. A cookie is preserved on your computer when you visit our site, and you will see a pop-up message relevant to cookie storage.

The cookies serve the purpose of saving time. Once the visitors land on our website, it identifies them and connects with the webserver to tell that the users have returned to a specific page. For example, when you reach the website that uses cookies, you might be asked to fill in your data like name or email address.

Cookies then pack your data and send it to your web browser for storage, which helps in recalling your specific information every time you visit our site. So, instead of seeing a generic page, you might see a welcome note on our website with your name.

Cookies can’t be used to deliver viruses to your computer or run programs. Each cookie is uniquely assigned to you and can be read only by the web server in your domain.

Types of Cookies:

Session cookies: Also known as transient cookies, session cookies are stored temporarily and are erased once you leave the site.

Persistent cookies: These cookies are stored and permanent. It is stored in your hard drive and remains there until the cookie expires. It allows the website to remember the actions and preferences you have. Moreover, such cookies provide targeted advertising, which is based on the browsed history of your device.

First and third-party cookies: To decide which cookie is of first or third party mainly depends upon a website from which the particular cookie comes. First party cookies are used and set on behalf of the site we visit. Whereas third party cookies are related to other links that are present on our website, but we don’t own them. In the case of our website, both first- and third-party cookies are used.

Strictly necessary cookies: Some cookies are necessary for your convenience so you can move around the website smoothly and use its features. No personal information of the users is gathered through these cookies.

Performance cookies: Performance or analytics cookies collect information regarding the website use by visitors. It helps us in improving the website and the ways in which it works. These cookies provide aggregate information, therefore anonymous, and don’t collect personal information about visitors. Although the IP address of the device might be collected as it enables us to optimize the experience of the user and our advertising. Once you use our website, you agree to our cookie policy. However, you can block cookies through your browser settings.

Functionality cookies: What types of choices you make, such as user name, language, or the region you live in, is remembered by functionality cookies and provides enhanced personal features. The changes you make in your text size, fonts, and other customized parts of web pages are also remembered by these cookies. Such cookies do not track your browser’s history.

Targeting cookies: These cookies deliver more relevant adverts by collecting information through your browsing habits. They enable the effectiveness of advertising campaigns and are placed by advertising networks with the permission of the website operator. The advertising of such types comes under behavioral advertising, and the advert is placed on the top right corner. Once you click that advert, you are on that particular website. You can always opt-out for this type of advertising and block these cookies.

How do we use Cookies?

Cookies are used for various things including;

● Analysis of the use of the website
● A better and optimized user experience
● Recognizing when you sign in

How can I choose what Cookies I want to activate?

You can always choose which cookies can access you. Please click on the cookie settings, and you can choose either you want to block the cookies or activate any particular cookie(s). However, it can affect the performance of the website on your end, that is, that particular browser or device.