Trust is a cornerstone of our school mission. BIT is committed to maintaining your trust by protecting the personal information we collect about you, and this statement outlines the school’s policy on how the school uses and manages personal data provided to or collected by it. Our school is bound by the national privacy principles contained in the commonwealth privacy Act.
We may collect information about you from a variety of sources, including information we collect from you directly (where permitted by law), when you intend to participate in our offer or intend to admit your child in Bearys Institute of Technology, or otherwise provided directly to us. Generally, we collect information about an individual by way of application form filled out by you, discussion, meeting, interviews, online forms and telephone calls during and after the course of a student’s enrolment at the Institute.
The following information we may directly collect from you include personal, sensitive information, etc are.
We provide information to students, parents, by way of digital or electronic communication such as email, mobile, SMS, phone call and postal mail.
We collect the information to provide the progress, improvement and other information about the student’s matters related to their schooling. We also provide the day to day administrative activities, events, celebrations, competitions, sports and others activities organized by the school.
The success of our institution depends on your trust, and we do not reveal your personal information to the outside of BIT, we collect from you by way of an application form.
We are committed to keeping personal information secure; we have appropriate technical, administrative and physical procedures in place to protect personal information from loss, misuse or alteration.
We limit access to personal information to those who have a business need, or third parties provided we protect the information not to use the information for any other purpose. We may disclose personal information to the government department, medical practitioners, anyone authorized by an individual to receive their information, people providing service to the institution, including visiting faculty, sports coaches etc.
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