Confidential data refers to information provided by students and staff. It also includes contracts, invoices, receipts, assessment papers, academic results, financial information and any other information deemed confidential by DITP.
DITP commits to protect confidentiality and security of any information provided to DITP. DITP manages information professionally and with utmost respect and care.
In the course of doing business, DITP collects information such as names, addresses, telephone numbers and e-mail addresses of students.
DITP shall not sell for profit or gain or furnish under any type of reciprocal information sharing arrangement, through electronic means or otherwise, confidential data to others.
The word ‘Confidential’ shall be printed in all relevant forms used by students and staff providing personal data or information to DITP.
DITP shall not reveal confidential data to any external organisation unless required by law.
Purpose for collecting information includes:
In the event DITP intends to use data provided for other purposes beyond the original intent of data collection, DITP shall seek written permission from students and/or staff before using the data.
Parties receiving information includes:
DITP has put in place following security procedures to ensure absolute adherence to confidentiality policy: