Every person who submits information or data with GMS is entitled to the privacy of Gamca Medical Services (GMS), which is dedicated to upholding that right. We value the protection of your privacy and make every effort to treat the information we collect from you, the User, with the utmost care and security. In this regard, we abide by a number of regulating laws, including
1. The Information Technology Act, 2000 – Section 43A;
2. The Information Technology (Reasonable Security Practices and Procedures and Sensitive Personal Information) Rules, 2011.
a. Through the use of Our Website, We obtain Your Personal Information directly from You. The kind of device You are using, the time you signed on to Our Website, Your IP address, and other Personal Information as stated are a few examples of this Personal Information.
b. The steps listed below allow you to access the Personal Information that You have given Us. Additionally, you have the option to share more personal information with us.
a. By selecting the Opt-In option on the website and thereafter giving us your personal information, using GMS services, or using website features, you accept that you have voluntarily subscribed to the terms of this policy.
3. CONTROL OVER YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION
a. You have the right to cancel your consent at any time, as long as you notify us in writing by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Request for Withdrawal of Consent.”
b. If you choose to cancel your consent for Us to share the personal information we have obtained about you, We have the right not to use it for those purposes and to prevent you from accessing our services or the website.
4. PERSONAL INFORMATION COLLECTED
The following list is not inclusive of the types of information We get about You:
a. Full Name
b. Passport No
c. Job Title
d. Passport Issue Palace
e. Passport Issue Date
f. Passport Expiry Date
g. Date of Birth
h. Phone No
5. HOW WE COLLECT PERSONAL INFORMATION
The techniques we use to gather your personal information.
a. When you complete the online registration form
6. USE OF PERSONAL INFORMATION
Your personal data may be used or processed for a number of things, including but not restricted to:
a. To provide efficient services
b. To maintain and enhance our services and/or the website.
c. To make appointment calls to you via phone, SMS, WhatsApp, or email.
“Cookies” may be used on our site to improve user experience. Cookies are stored on a user’s hard drive by their web browser for record-keeping and occasionally to track information about them. A user’s web browser can be configured to accept cookies or to notify them when they are being sent. If they do, be aware that some elements of the Site might not operate correctly.
Every transaction that takes place on the website is safe and secure. The Website’s security prevents the User from accidentally providing any information to other parties when completing a transaction. The Company / Website in no way receives, stores, or retains any information on the User’s credit and debit card information. The User provides this information directly to the payment gateway, which is charged with handling it and according to the rules and specifications of the many banks, institutions, and payment franchises with which it is connected.
9. THIRD PARTY ADVERTISEMENTS / PROMOTIONS
The users of the website are sent ads by third-party advertising providers. In order to show the User advertisements, these businesses may utilise information about the User’s visits to the Website and other websites. The Website may link to other websites that are also capable of gathering personal data about the User. Any connected websites’ content or privacy policies are not in any way the responsibility of the company/website. The User acknowledges that all associated risks shall be entirely accepted by the User. At any time, gamcawafid.org reserves the right to change this privacy statement. In order to stay informed about how we are assisting in the protection of personal information, we advise Users to frequently check this page for any updates.
10. DISPUTE RESOLUTION AND JURISDICTION
A two-step alternative dispute resolution (“ADR”) process will be used to resolve any disputes relating to the creation, interpretation, and application of this Policy. The Parties agree on this. The Parties further concur that the terms of this Section shall remain in effect even after the expiration or termination of the Policy and/or Terms.
a. MEDIATION ADDITION
In the event that there is a disagreement between the parties, they will make an effort to settle it peacefully and to each other’s satisfaction. The disagreement will be settled by arbitration according to the procedure below if the Parties are unable to settle it peacefully within thirty (30) days of one Party notifying the other Party of the existence of an issue.
The dispute will be submitted to arbitration by a single arbitrator who will be chosen by the company if the Parties are unable to settle it through mediation. The only arbitrator’s decision shall be respected and both Parties must abide by it. The Parties will be responsible for covering the expenses of the proceedings, but the sole arbitrator has the option to order one Party to cover all costs. The arbitration shall be held in the city of Thiruvananthapuram, India, and shall be conducted in English. The Parties agree that the laws, rules, and regulations of India shall govern the Terms, Policy, and any other agreements between the Parties. The Courts at Thiruvananthapuram shall have exclusive jurisdiction over any disputes arising between the Parties.