Use Of Cookies

We employ the usage of cookies on our website. By using this site and accepting this policy, you are granting us permission to utilize these cookies in accordance with the terms outlined within this policy.

About Cookies

When a web browser requests access to a page from the server, Cookies are sent from the web servers and stored in files. These files contain unique identifiers that enable them to be identified again on subsequent visits by the same user.

Web servers can use cookies to recognize and observe users as they browse multiple pages on a website, in addition to recognizing returning visitors.

When browsing the web, you may come across two types of cookies: persistent and session. A persistent cookie is a text file that’s sent from an online server to your browser, which stores it until its expiration date (or when you manually delete it). On the other hand, a session cookie automatically vanishes once you close your web browser after visiting a website.

Cookies On The Website

Our website uses both session and persistent cookies to ensure an optimal experience for our users.

How We Use Cookies

Cookies on our website do not include any personal information that could identify you, but the stored data in them can be linked to other details we have saved about you. The cookies utilized are divided into three categories — those necessary for access and navigation of our website, performance trackers that remember user choices (functionality cookies), and targeted marketing-oriented cookies.

We may use the data we obtain from your usage of our cookies for these reasons:

  • To identify and remember your computer when you access the website
  • To monitor your journey through the website, and to activate any E-commerce facilities
  • To maximize the usability of the website
  • To better understand how to optimize the website for maximum efficacy in managing content
  • To better personalize the website to your interests, we may use targeted ads that might be especially pertinent for you
  • Third-party cookies

When you navigate through this website, third-party cookies may be sent to your device.

Our advertising partners and service providers may utilize cookies to track your online activity. The information obtained from these cookies can be used by them for:

  • To monitor your web activity on multiple websites
  • To create a comprehensive overview of your online activity
  • To precisely target advertisements that could be of specific interest to you;

Along with the details we have included in this Cookie Policy.

Blocking Cookies

You have the option to opt out of cookies with most browsers. For instance:

  • To reject all cookies in Internet Explorer, go to the “Tools” tab, select “Internet Options,” and then click on “Privacy”. Finally, adjust the sliding selector to read “Block all cookies” for complete protection from unwanted data trackers
  • Personalize your browsing experience with Google Chrome by changing your cookie permissions right in the browser. To do this, head to Options > Under the Hood and click Content Settings under Privacy. Select the Cookies tab for further adjustments
  • In order to block cookies in Safari, simply open your Preferences menu, select the Privacy tab, and toggle on “Block Cookies”
  • To prevent all cookies from being accepted in Firefox, simply open the ‘Tools’ menu and select ‘Options’. Under the Privacy tab, deactivate ‘Accept Cookies from Sites’

Yet, completely blocking all cookies can have a negative effect on the usability of many websites. If you choose to block them, certain parts of the website may become inaccessible to you such as logging in, accessing content, or using search functions.

Deleting Cookies

You can also clear out any pre-existing cookies on your computer with ease:

  • If you’re using Internet Explorer, deleting cookie files must be done manually
  • If you’re using Google Chrome, adjusting your cookie settings is fairly simple. All you have to do is click “Options” > “Under the hood” and then move over to Content Settings in the Privacy section. Finally, just select the Cookies tab within Content Settings
  • To remove cookies in Safari, simply open “Preferences”, navigate to the “Privacy” tab, and select “Remove All Website Data”
  • To delete cookies in Firefox, you first need to make sure that the “Clear private data” setting is enabled by clicking on “Tools”, and “Options” and check the box in the “Private Data” field. After doing this step, all you have left to do is select “Clear Private Data” from your browser’s Tools menu and all the unwanted cookies will be removed.

However, this could result in a decrease in usability for many websites.