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Parents consent is mandatary for their child to access our website Anyone below the age of 18 years is assumed to be a child (“Child”) and requires parental consent to use our services.  You, as a parent/guardian, are the primary account holder and only with your consent your child can access or participate in our website, services and activities.

Under the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (“COPPA”), parent consent is required for collection, use, or disclosure of Personally Identifiable Information or personal data from children under the age of 13 years located in United States. We have extended this globally for all children defined as “Child” in their country. We will not collect, use, or disclose any personal data from your child unless you provide your consent. To help you understand how we collect, use, or disclose any personal data, we have prepared Parents Consent Notice. This notice is to be read in conjunction with our Privacy Policy and Terms and Conditions

How Can Parent/Guardian Provide Consent?

Parent or guardian consent is mandatory for the child to use our website or any services provided by us. You may provide your consent required for collection, use, or disclosure of Personally Identifiable Information or personal data from children as described in this notice and our Privacy Policy in one of the following ways:

  • Filling the registration form to register your child for using our Website.
  • Request for Free session to discuss the needs of your child.
  • While making payment to become a paid customer
  • By accepting the regular updates shared by us with you

Role of Parent/Guardian Providing Consent

  • You are the primary account holder and responsible for payments regarding the paid services and any additional charges, if applicable.
  • You undertake that all the activities of the Child will be under your direct and constant supervision. You are responsible for active monitoring of your child’s content. You accept complete liability resulting from the Child’s act
  • You are responsible for deciding whether to share your child’ content with the third-party or not.

Personal Data We Collect

  • Subject to your consent, we may collect additional personal data about your child or you, at any time.
  • If your child contacts us by email, telephone, SMS, physical mail, or any integrated system, we may collect child’s name, username, email, phone number, physical address, contents in the communication or any other Personal Data that your child choose to provide.
  • If your child participates in any activity or the services provided by us like quiz, test, assignment, event, video recording we collect data related with the activity and any additional information shared by your child.
  • Log and Browsing Data is automatically collected. This may include personal data about the device used for to access; pages visited on the Website; duration and related activities. This data is used to analyses users’ preferences and improve our website and services. Some of this data is collected using cookies and similar technologies.

How We Use Personal Data

  • We may use the personal data that we collect from the child to:
  • Contact you and share the progress or address any concerns
  • Provide customised services and improve user experience
  • To promote, post and share learnings with your child along with the personal information with your consent.
  • Maintain our system and improve services

Disclosure of Personal Data to Third Parties

  • We may share personal data including your child’s personal data, with third parties as permitted by law and as described in our Privacy Policy.
  • We may share the personal data with the instructors to provide better services to each student, develop educational programs, and address the needs of the users.
  • We may share the video recordings of the lessons and concepts on social media.
  • We may share the personal data with the vendors and service providers to maintain and improve the Website
  • We may disclose your information where we are legally required to do so in order to comply with applicable law, governmental request, a judicial proceeding, court order, or legal process such as in response to a court order or a subpoena (including in response to public authorities to meet national security or law enforcement requirements).

Revision of Notice

If we change the way we collect, use, or disclose your child’s personal data, we will send you an updated Notice and request new consent.

Parental Right

At any time, you have the right to review your child’s Personal Data. You have the right to refuse further collection of personal data or sharing of the same. You can always inform us to delete your child’s personal data. Please contact us at

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