Privacy Policy


In order to provide a personalized browsing experience, Iqbal Institute of Policy Studies may collect personal information from you. Moreover, we may require you to complete a registration form or seek some information from you.

This Privacy Policy describes how the Iqbal Institute of Policy Studies handles your personal and non-personal information.

In most cases, the information we store about you is collected through Iqbal Institute of Policy Studies website, however, we may also gather information from affiliate websites and/or from third parties with whom we have entered into an arrangement for such collection of information, or from their respective applications, services or tools. We may also collect information about you from other sources. Accordingly, our Privacy Policy may apply to you even if you do not submit information to us through Iqbal Institute of Policy Studies.

Iqbal Institute of Policy Studies will not provide your personal information to any third party unless required by applicable law.

You agree that Iqbal Institute of Policy Studies may use your personal information to contact you and deliver information to you from time to time. By accepting the Terms of Use, you expressly agree to receive this information.

In particular, we may use your information for the following purposes:

(i)To help develop new services or improve your existing services

(ii)To send users emails about special offers, new services or other information they may be interested in

(iii)To personalise your sessions on our website in order to better fit your interests, such as offering relevant, individually tailored content

We reserve the right to use and disclose in any manner, any non-personal, non-identifiable information, that we collect by the use of cookies and other site traffic data, or that you share at Iqbal Institute of Policy Studies or our affiliate sites.

We may also disclose all such data if (i) required by applicable law, (ii) required as part of any merger, or (iii) required by any service provider in relation to any product we believe is relevant to the user.


We may track your computer’s IP address and save certain information on your system in the form of cookies. A cookie is a small piece of text that enables a website to recognize your device and maintain a consistent experience throughout multiple visits. We use permanent cookies to provide personalized features to users, such as automatically logging you into your personalized homepage and delivering customized services, content, and advertising. We also use cookies to screen and improve the use of the Iqbal Institute of Policy Studies.

In particular, cookies:

(i)Help to diagnose and correct downtime, bugs, and errors in our code to ensure that our products are operating efficiently;

(ii)Maintain regular business operations of our marketing, advertising and sales departments;

(iii)Collect information on user preference;

(iv)Help in personalizing user experience;

(v)Validate the authenticity of persons attempting to log on as a registered user;

(vi)Help with the Q&A platform;

(vii)Allow users to save searches and specific content;

(viii)Provide a means of contact between users and support staff;

(ix)Support integration of applications;

(x)Allow Iqbal Institute of Policy Studies  to track when a user sees or clicks on an ad or later visits a third-party site or purchases a product from a third-party site;

(xi)Collect click data for internal use and service optimization;

(xii)Measure the effectiveness of services, products, ads and campaigns;

(xiii)Monitor site traffic.

You may block our cookies by changing the settings on your browser (contact your ISP for help), but doing so may prevent us from delivering certain services to you.

Third-Party Cookies:

The use of cookies, the names of cookies, and other cookies related cookies technology may change over time and Iqbal Institute of Policy Studies will make all reasonable efforts to notify you by updating this cookie policy where material changes occur. Please also note that our corporate / housing project clients that sponsor pages on Iqbal Institute of Policy Studies may use cookies or other technologies to learn more about user interest in their products and services and in some cases to tailor such products and services to the user.

Dispute Resolution and Governing Law

In case of any dispute between the user and Iqbal Institute of Policy Studies, the dispute shall be exclusively settled through arbitration under the Arbitration Act, 1940. The seat and venue of arbitration shall be Islamabad, Pakistan.

The laws of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan shall apply and prevail at all times.


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