TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF REGISTRATION
Welcome to the registration to UPDElEdPortal ("us", "we") website and its related services.
You may access many areas of our website without registering your details with us.
Certain areas are only open to you if you register.
The terms and conditions which govern material submitted by you to us and your use of the www.updeledportal.in website
are governed by our general "Terms and Conditions of Reading".
These Terms and Conditions of Registration are in addition to the general Terms and Conditions of Reading.
1.1 By registering here and creating your "updeledportal.in Profile", you can access different services that are offered by us without having to register for each service separately. If a service you wish to subscribe to has additional terms and conditions, you will be asked to accept these separately.
1.2 You agree that:
(1) you will keep your username and password safe, and won't share them with anyone.
(2) you will not pass yourself off as someone else or create multiple, false accounts.
2.1 If you breach these or any of our other terms and conditions we reserve the right to close your account, if we do so, we may close all accounts you have open in your name.
2.2 To deactivate your account please contact our customer services department; their details can be found under "contact us" on your Telegraph.co.uk Profile page.
3.1 You can update your personal details by accessing your account at your updeledportal.in Profile page and making any necessary changes; this will update your details across all services that you have subscribed to.
5.1 No waiver by us of any breach of these terms shall constitute a waiver of any other prior or subsequent breach and we shall not be affected by any delay, failure or omission to enforce or express forbearance granted in respect of any of your obligations.
5.2 The rights and remedies of is under these terms are independent, cumulative and without prejudice to its rights under the law.
5.3 These terms and/or your use of the website shall be governed by and construed in accordance with Indian Law and Indian Courts shall have exclusive jurisdiction over any dispute which may arise.