Terms & Conditions

1.10 Data Protection

  1. We take our obligations of confidentiality and the protection of your personal data very seriously. We will not, therefore, sell or make you data available to any third party without your prior consent, except for the following limited purposes:

2. Your data may be passed to other companies, partnerships or organisations in the same or associated management or control as ourselves for marketing purposes or to provide you with new product information that we think may be of interest to you. You agree that we or our associates may communicate with you by telephone, email, fax, or by post to advise you of new products or services that we or our associates may offer. You understand that your data may be transmitted and stored overseas (including outside the European Union) as part of these processes.

3.You may amend any information provided to us as part of
registration on the Website at any time.

1.11 Cookies

      Cookies are small data files that are stored locally on your computer and which enable us to tailor your experience in using the Website.

Accounts and password information may be stored in cookies. The Website  uses cookies, and you are deemed to consent to the use of cookies by using the Website. You can turn off the use of cookies in your Web browser. Please consult the help files for your browser for more information.


Use of Materials Limitation

All materials contained in the website are the copyrighted property of EP,its subsidiaries, affiliated companies and/or third-party licensors. All trademarks, service marks, and trade names are proprietary to EP, or its subsidiaries or affiliated companies and/or third-part licensors.

Privacy Policy

EP respects your desire for privacy. EP’s Privacy Policy can be found here.By using the website, you are consenting to the processing of your data by EP and consenting to the terms of our Privacy Policy.

Any copy, theft, plagiarism of the content and our work will not be appreciated. And, plagiarism and copy theft is a punishable offence under Section 14 of the Indian Copyright Act, 1957. Plagiarism is governed by Section 57 and Section 63 and Section 63 (a) of Copyright Act, 1957.