Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy informs you of the ways we ensure privacy and the confidentiality of your personal data, and we encourage you to read it carefully. Vedanta Limited (“Vedanta” or “we”) believes that the privacy of your information is of utmost importance. During your access and usage of the website, there is information which we collect and store to monitor its usage and to help its further development. This is information we gather through aggregated tracking data. However, we do not correlate this information with data about individual users and such use does not result in any personally identifiable data being collated or stored.

Several pages in this website give you the option to submit personal information to the Company. Any application, request, or enquiry you make, may be passed, or made available to Group affiliates, some of which may be based in countries that do not have data protection laws. However, all Group affiliates are required to comply with an internal Privacy Policy which requires that steps are taken to protect your personal information and for it only to be used for the purpose(s) for which it was submitted. We protect personal data with appropriate physical, technological, and organisational safeguards, and security measures. However, your personal data comes to us via the internet which chooses its own routes and means whereby information is conveyed from location to location. As such we cannot give any warranty or assurance that the means where information is conveyed to us are safe, reliable, or have integrity.

The contents of this Privacy Policy apply to the main website, as well as in the Vedanta dot com sub-domain or microsites. Please note that these websites may include links to websites of third parties whose privacy practices differ from those of Vedanta Limited and as such any personal data that is shared with any of those websites, is governed by their respective Privacy Policy or statement.


In this Privacy Policy, the following definitions are used:

  • “Data” includes information that you submit to Vedanta Limited via the website, and information which is accessed by Vedanta Limited pursuant to your visit to the website.
  • “Cookies” means a small file placed on your computer by this website when you either visit or use certain features of the website. A cookie generally allows the website to recollect your actions or preference during a certain period.
  • “Data Protection Laws” means any applicable law relating to the processing of personal data, including without limitation the GDPR and the information Technology Act, 2000, as amended or substituted from time to time.
  • “GDPR” means the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.
  • “Vedanta Limited” or “us” refers to Vedanta Limited, a company incorporated in India whose registered office is at 1st Floor, ‘C’ wing, Unit 103, Corporate Avenue, Atul Projects. Chakala, Andheri (East).
  • “User” or “you” or “your”, as the context requires, means the natural person who accesses the website..
  • “Website” means the website that you are currently using,, and any sub-domains or microsites of this site, unless excluded by their own terms.

Scope and Data Collected

Vedanta Limited collects data for the purpose of the operation of this website. Some of this data may directly be provided by you, such as when you submit an entry, while some data may be collected automatically. We may collect data or portions of data that could allow you to be identified, including:

  1. Contact information: First and last name, phone number, email address, postal address, country, and other similar contact data may be collected; and
  2. User profile, profession, employer name, academic year, IP address, and job designation and other such similar information may be collected.

When you submit your personal data through this website, you will be asked consent to it being processed. However, when you are asked to provide personal data, you may decline to provide it.

Our Data Collection Process

We collect Data in the following ways:

  1. data that is directly provided to us by you; and
  2. data that is automatically collected pursuant to any Website visit that is made by you.

Data Shared by You

From your use of this website, your data may be gathered by us in numerous ways which include:

  1. Any contact made to us to you through the website (through the filling of any form, sharing of e-mail address, social media handle, or hyperlink posted therein).
  2. Your registration with us to receive any of our services, products, and/or any updates or newsletters.
  3. Your participation in surveys conducted by us or on our behalf.
  4. Your entry in a promotion or competition floated by us.
  5. You opting to receive any communications from us (which include any promotional offers,newsletters etc.).
  6. Any information collected pursuant to a visit made by you to our webpages.

Data that is Collected Automatically

  1. We carry out automatic data collection during your visit to the website. Such information enables us to further improve the content on our website and facilitates better navigation. The data collected during this process includes your IP address and nature of interaction carried out by you with the content on the website.
  2. Automatic collation of data may also take place via ‘Cookies’, and this would be dependent on the cookie settings that are set on your browser. For better clarity on the concept of cookies, please refer to the section that is entitled ‘Cookies hereinbelow.

Purpose of Data Collection

We may collect and use your Data for legitimate business purposes and as may be permitted under applicable Data Protection Laws in order:

  1. To facilitate your download of information from the website and for you to take advantage of the features available on it.
  2. To share information or interactive services via the website to your e-mail address.
  3. To seek feedback from you or to contact you in relation to the services offered on the website.
  4. To process orders or applications submitted by you.
  5. To administer Vedanta Limited’s obligations in relation to any agreement that you may have with us.
  6. To pre-empt and resolve issues or disputes with any goods or services supplied to you.
  7. To process and reply to requests, develop our operations, and communicate information about our products and businesses.
  8. To enable your subscription to our news alerts.

Disclosure of Data

We shall not disclose or use data for purposes which are not mentioned in this Privacy Policy, except for instances where you provide your consent for providing such data or as may be required under applicable law.

As may be required, we may disclose data to our business partners or third parties during the normal course of business for the purposes as specified in this Privacy Policy. Vedanta Limited will, in such instances, only share data when we are assured that:

  1. The Data is processed in a legitimate and appropriate manner by the business partner or third party, as may be applicable, in line with consent that has been established or in line with applicable Data Protection Laws.
  2. A reasonable level of security measures have been adopted by the business partner or third party, as may be applicable, to ensure security of the data shared.

Retention of personal Data

Vedanta shall carry out the retention of data for only the period as may be required to meet obligations under applicable law or regulatory requirements or for legitimate business purposes as specified in this Privacy Policy. Vedanta Limited has adequate security standards and practices in place which are in line with the global standards. This Privacy Policy will be reviewed on a periodic basis to ensure alignment with regulatory, business, and technological changes.


By accessing and using this website, you acknowledge that we may set and gain access to certain cookies on your computer system. Vedanta Limited uses cookies for the optimisation of your experience while accessing and using the website.

Prior to any cookies being placed on your computer by the website, a message request seeking for your consent to place those cookies will be provided to you. You may deny providing consent to the placement of cookies, should you wish, however, this will result in certain features of the website not functioning to completion or in the manner they were intended to.

As a default setting, most internet browsers are set to accept cookies, however, they may be enabled or disabled, depending on your preference, as may be set in your internet browser. For better clarity and further details, it is advised that you consult the help menu in your internet browser.

Cookies may be deleted at any point of time, depending on your preference, however, information enabling the access to the website in a more efficient manner including, but not limited to personalisation settings may be lost.


If any provision or part of this Privacy Policy becomes invalid, illegal, or unenforceable as per applicable law or as per the finding of any court of competent jurisdiction, such provision or part shall, to the extent required, be deemed to be deleted, and the validity and enforceability of the other provisions of this Privacy Policy will not be affected.


We reserve the right to amend this Privacy Policy as we may deem necessary, from time to time or as may be required under applicable law. The amendments made will be posted on the Website as soon as practicable and you are deemed to have accepted the terms of the Privacy Policy on your first use of the Website following such amendments having been included on the Website.

You may contact Vedanta through for queries related to this policy.


You may contact Vedanta Limited on [insert e-mail address] for any queries about this Privacy Policy, the collection, use, and disclosure of personal data by us or access to your personal data, which is required by law to be disclosed.