Privacy Policy

Meridean Overseas Education Consultants (hereinafter referred to as “MOEC”) gives utmost importance to the privacy of its users (hereinafter referred to as “visitor”, “visitors”, “you”, or “your”). Accessible through (hereinafter referred to as “website” or “our website”), MOEC may collect some information with your consent to provide you with better services. This Privacy Policy (hereinafter referred to as “Policy”) is a detailed explanation of the types of information that is collected and recorded by us and how we use it. The Policy is an extension to the Terms of Use available on our website and is applicable only to the websites linked to it. For purposes of this Privacy Statment, “Personal Data” is any information by which you can be individually identified both directly and indirectly, including, but not limited to, your name, address, e-mail address, and telephone number.

We are open to any queries or concerns that you may have regarding the Policy. This policy is limited to the information collected online by MOEC through our website and does not have any effect on the information provided to us or collected by us offline or through any channel other than our website.

About MOEC

MOEC is a team of experts dedicated to supporting the Study Abroad dream of students. We are more than overseas education consultants. Keeping true to our mission to make abroad education accessible to all, Meridean Overseas has helped its students reach 10+ countries for study abroad programs. We have built a stellar student network that grows and succeeds as a community. Our excellent branch network, association with leading global institutions, and impeccable reputation help us to deliver the best yet affordable education services.


By using our website, the user hereby consents to our Privacy Policy and agrees to its terms.

Information that we collect

When you use our website, we may ask you to provide personal information along with the reason why said information is required. If you contact us directly, we may receive additional information about you such as your name, email address, phone number, the contents of the message and/or attachments you may send us, and any other information you may choose to provide.

How MOEC uses your information

We use the information we collect in various ways, including

  • Provide, operate, and maintain our website and other channels

  • Improve, personalise, and expand our website and other channels

  • Understand and analyze how you use our website

  • Develop new products, services, features, and functionality

  • Communicate with you for customer service, to provide you with updates and other information relating to the website, and for marketing and promotional purposes

  • Send you emails

  • Find and prevent fraud

How we use log files

MOEC uses log files in accordance with the standard practices of hosting companies. The users visiting the website are logged by these files. The following information is collected by the log files: internet protocol (IP) addresses, browser type, Internet Service Provider (ISP), date and time stamp, referring/exit pages, and possibly the number of clicks. This information is collected with the purpose of analyzing trends, administering the site, tracking users' movement on the website, and gathering demographic information. No personal data is linked to the information collected by log files.

Cookies and Web Beacons

Like any other website, MOEC uses 'cookies'. These cookies are used to store information including visitors' preferences, and the pages on the website that the visitor accessed or visited. The information is used to optimise the users' experience by customizing our web page content.

Third Party Privacy Policies

MOEC’s Privacy Policy does not apply to other advertisers or websites. Thus, we are advising you to consult the respective Privacy Policies of these third-party ad servers for more detailed information. It may include their practices and instructions about how to opt out of certain options.

You can choose to disable cookies through your individual browser options. To know more detailed information about cookie management with specific web browsers, it can be found on the browsers' respective websites.

Disclosure of Information

MOEC takes all reasonable steps to protect the personal data that we access or receive through this website from loss, misuse, unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, or destruction. Nevertheless, MOEC makes no guarantee as to the security of your personal data and disclaims, to the fullest extent permitted by law, all liability and damages caused by loss, misuse, and unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, or destruction. We recommend that you take any available precautions to protect the personal data you submit on this website.


MOEC is an overseas education consultant and the website may often be used by children under the age of 18. We do not knowingly collect any personal data from any minor without the prior consent of a parent or guardian of the child. The parents or guardians also reserve the right to request that any information provided by the child without their consent on our website be deleted by MOEC. We encourage parents and guardians to observe, participate in, and/or monitor and guide their online activity. MOEC does not take responsibility for any personal data submitted by the minor without consent from the parent or guardian.

Retention / Storage Period of Your Personal Data

The length of time in which we will store your Personal Data will differ depending on the purpose for which we have collected and are processing your data. In most cases, we will keep the data for three (3) years following our last interaction with you. We may, however, maintain your data for a longer period of time if we are required by law to maintain your data.

Updates to this Privacy Statement

From time to time, we may revise this Privacy Statement. Any such changes to this Privacy Statement will be reflected on this page. MOEC recommends that you review this Policy regularly for any changes. The date on which this notice was last revised is located at the top of this notice.

Grievance Officer

In accordance with Information Technology Act 2000 and rules made there under, the name and contact details of the Grievance Officer are as below:

  • Mr Bhishm Sagar (Director Operations)

  • Plot no 7, 1st Floor, Vaishali Marg, Ganga Sagar-B, Vaishali Nagar

  • Jaipur, Rajasthan 302021

  • 0141 411 3363


If you have any questions about this Policy or other privacy concerns, you can also email us at .

No offer or solicitation

The information provided on this Website does not constitute an offer of or solicitation for the purchase of MOEC products or services.


Links to third-party pages are provided for convenience only. We do not express any opinion on the content of any third-party pages and expressly disclaim any liability for all third-party information and its use of it.

Intellectual Property

All mentioned trademarks are owned by or licensed to Meridean Overseas Educations Consultants. The website of MOEC and the information contained and referenced therein are for informational purposes only. Any reproduction, retransmission or other use is strictly prohibited. Request for permission to reproduce any information contained on this Website should be addressed to the MOEC IT team.


Policy Statement

All employees must fulfill the education, research, and all the authorized work and responsibilities, whether included in their authorized work or not are required to keep the benefits of the company above all and should be committed to the missions to which Meridean Overseas is dedicated.

The Company’s core values include a commitment to the following goals: educating students; protecting academic freedom; advancing and communicating knowledge about the world; protecting the integrity and objectivity of research and instruction; supporting the ideals of goodwill, fair play, and transparency; and encouraging public service.

Accordingly, all individuals in the Company community to have a clear obligation to make decisions and conduct the affairs of the Company based upon the desire to promote the best interests of the Company in a manner consistent with those goals. All employees owe special duties of care and loyalty to the Company as a whole and must keep the Company’s interests paramount to all others.

A Conflict of Interest refers to a situation in which an individual’s financial, professional, or other personal considerations may directly or indirectly affect, or have the appearance of affecting, an individual’s professional judgment in exercising any Company duty or responsibility, including the conduct or reporting of responsibilities allotted to such person. Typically, a Conflict of Interest may arise when an individual has the opportunity or appears to have the opportunity to influence the Company’s business, administrative, academic, research, or other decisions in ways that could lead to financial, professional, or personal gain or advantage of any kind, whether or not the value is readily ascertainable.

Any employee should not be involved in a situation where an individual engages in external activities, either paid or unpaid, that interferes with his/her primary obligation and commitment to the Company. Individuals in the Company community should evaluate and arrange their external interests in order to avoid compromising their ability to carry out their primary obligations to the Company, and most conflicts of interest or commitment should generally be avoided or resolved through the exercise of personal judgment or discretion.

All individual members of the Company community are expected to

  • Abide by the Conflict of Interest and Commitment Policy and standards set forth in this Policy (including any specific procedures adopted by Company or departments pursuant to or in furtherance of this policy),

  • Fully and continually disclose professional and relevant personal activities and relationships that create a Conflict of Interest or Commitment or have the appearance of creating a Conflict of Interest or Commitment as required by the Company,

  • Not to take part in any activity which involves Conflicts of Interest or Commitment or comply with any management or monitoring plan prescribed by the Company,

  • Remain aware of the potential for Conflicts of Interest and Commitment, and

  • Take initiative to manage, disclose, or resolve Conflicts of Interest or Commitment as appropriate. All senior administrators have the responsibility to understand and implement this policy.

Conflict of Interest Guidelines

Conflicts of interest can arise under many situations. These guidelines set forth principles for members of the Company community to follow. Disclosure and approval are required before engaging in activities that are inconsistent with these guidelines.

A. Conflict of Interest Guidelines

The internal administration of the Company can present the potential for conflicts of interest. Employees with administrative responsibilities must take particular care to avoid relationships in which Financial Interests or other personal interests intersect with the Company’s interests and have the potential for inappropriate factors to be considered in administrative decisions, including hiring decisions. In particular, individuals who have Company duties involving the procurement, exchange, receipt of gifts, or sale of goods, services, or other assets; the negotiation or formation of contracts or other commitments affecting the assets or interests of the Company, the handling of confidential or privileged information; the conduct of sponsored research and the handling of any research results or resulting transfer of technology; or the rendition of professional advice to the Company must be particularly conscious of potential conflicts of interest or the appearance of conflicts of interest.

B. Business Relationships

In general, when individual members of the Company or their Family Members have Financial Interests in a business or are involved in a Business as an owner, operator, or as an executive officer, they must be alert to the possibility that a Conflict of Interest may arise, if the Business has a relationship with the Company. If the enterprise does business with the Company, or proposes to do business with the Company, the individual is expected to disclose that fact.

Members of the Company community may not review, approve, or administratively control contracts or business relationships when the contract or business relationship is between the Company and a Business in which the individual or a Family Member has a Financial Interest or when the individual or a Family Member is an employee of the Business and is directly involved with activities pertaining to the Company.

C. Gifts and Contributions

No gifts or accommodations of any nature, including unrestricted grants, may be accepted by the Company or employee when to do so would place them in a prejudicial or compromising position, interfere in any way with the impartial discharge of their duties to the Company, or reflect adversely on their integrity or that of the Company. All gifts given in support of an institutional mission must be directed through the administration.

NO GIFTS, of any amount, may be accepted by individuals from anyone. This includes, but is not limited to, companies currently engaged in or proposing to do business with Company, One exception to this is funds from NGO. These gifts are normally tax exempt, and as such may only be accepted through the administration after due acceptance by the directors of the company.

D. Use and Appropriation of Company Assets

The Company possesses both tangible and intangible assets. These assets include buildings, personnel, equipment, patents, copyrights, technology, and work products, as well as the Company’s reputation and prestige. As custodian of these assets, employees owe a fiduciary duty to the Company to act in accordance with applicable Company procedures regarding the proper expenditure of the Company’s funds, as well as the use and control of Company assets, including confidential and privileged information.

Where specific procedures regarding the disposition and control of Company assets do not exist, individuals are expected to protect the best interests of the Company in its tangible and intangible assets. Conduct constituting the misappropriation or unauthorized use of Company assets in connection with any external activity is prohibited (including implying sponsorship or endorsement by the Company or otherwise trading on the reputation or goodwill of the Company).

E. General

Conflicts of interest involve situations in which financial, professional, or other personal considerations may compromise, or have the appearance of compromising an individual’s judgment in the design, conduct, or reporting of work. The bias which may result from such conflicts of interest may impact not only the collection, analysis, and interpretation of data, but also the hiring of staff, procurement of materials, subcontracting, sharing of results, choice of protocol, the use of statistical methods, the use of human participants, or otherwise influence the course of a work.

Employee may not review, approve, or administratively control contracts, grants, or other research collaborations when such contract, grant, or other collaboration pertains to a research project involving the Company and a business or intellectual property in which the individual or a family member has a Significant Financial Interest or when the individual or a family member is an employee of the business and directly involved with activities pertaining to the work. Absent compelling circumstances, individuals may not participate in such work if they have a Significant Financial Interest in the sponsor of the research or any technology that could be affected by the outcome of the research. This presumption against human subjects’ research by financially interested individuals may be rebutted by compelling circumstances that are reviewed in advance by appropriate Company officials.

All employees of the Company community are expected to comply with any applicable laws requirements pertaining to conflict of interest in their work.

F. Activities Related to Students

Employee of the Company may not assign students, if the individual or a Family Member has a Financial Interest in the Business. An individual also may not assign students or permit students to participate in any consulting relationship in which the individual or a Family Member has a Financial Interest.

G. Activities Related to Family Members

Members of the Company community may not participate in the hiring process or any employment-related decisions pertaining to their Family Members. Likewise, they may not be in a position to supervise a Family Member as an employee of the Company or otherwise review or participate in reviewing a Family Member’s work as an employee of the Company.

Conflict of Commitment Guidelines

One type of Conflict of Interest is Conflict of Commitment. A Conflict of Commitment relates to an individual’s distribution of effort between Company employment or faculty appointment and commitment to external business activities or employment, external professional activities, or personal activities. It is possible to have a Conflict of Commitment even if the individual does not receive compensation for the external activity. External activities may include employment outside the Company, involvement with professional societies, participation related to review panels, education meetings, community service, conferences, consulting, other professional activities, and business activities related to outside entities including start-up companies.

A. Staff-specific Guidelines

Employment outside Company or other activities that could create a Conflict of Commitment, or the appearance of a Conflict of Commitment, should be disclosed as outlined in this policy and discussed with the staff member’s supervisor to ensure it will not create a Conflict of Commitment. Hourly paid staff, or part-time exempt staff, should also disclose and discuss with their supervisors external obligations so that a Conflict of Commitment does not arise.

Staff members should periodically re-examine the nature and extent of their external activities and conscientiously avoid engaging in activities that constitute conflicts of commitment. All the activities are strictly banned which involves conflict of interest.


A. Duty to Disclose

In order to identify and review Conflicts of Interest or Commitment, and the appearance of Conflicts of Interest or Commitment, Members of the Company Community must disclose in advance all Significant Financial Interests and outside activities and Financial Interests that create or have the appearance of creating Conflicts of Interest to the appropriate Company officials

Such disclosures shall be sufficiently detailed and timely as to allow accurate and objective evaluation prior to making commitments or initiating activities that create conflicts of interest or commitment. The information must be accurate and not false, erroneous, misleading, or incomplete. Each Member of the Company Community has an obligation to cooperate fully in the review of the pertinent facts and circumstances. Individual schools and departments may implement more specific procedures and require additional information in furtherance of this policy.

B. Annual Disclosure Process

In addition to the duty of advance disclosure discussed above, all Members of the Company Community are required to provide a disclosure of all Significant Financial Interest or situations or relationships that create or have the appearance of creating a Conflict of Interest or Commitment upon initial employment and annually thereafter. Updated disclosures must also be provided throughout the year if changes in circumstances that arise that either (a) Create a new Conflict of Interest or Commitment or (b) Change or eliminate a Conflict of Interest or Commitment previously disclosed. All disclosure statements and management plans are official records and will be maintained according to an appropriate retention schedule.

The disclosure statements contain information that may have a direct bearing on an individual’s employment.


Any employee involved in any kind of activity which involves conflict of interest, will be removed from services without following any procedure and shall be liable to pay the company 2 lakh rupees or compensation worth the conflict of interest, whichever is higher in amount.

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The purpose of this policy is to promote innovation by Company employees and Students, and the Commercialisation and dissemination of new Intellectual Property for the benefit of the Company employees, Students and the wider community.

This policy reflects the law relating to Intellectual Property at the time this policy is published. Changes in the law arising after this policy comes into effect will prevail over this policy if there is any inconsistency. Any clauses within this policy that deal with the law relating to Intellectual Property are not intended to be relied on as legal advice by any person; they describe the law in brief general terms and are provided only as background information to this policy.

Intellectual Property law may briefly be described as the law relating to ownership rights in human invention or creativity. Specific Intellectual Property laws create and protect rights in things such as: inventions; works of literature, drama or art; brands; circuit layouts; designs and plant varieties. The law also recognizes certain rights and obligations in Confidential Information or trade secrets.

The law generally provides that where someone creates new Intellectual Property in the course of or incidental to their employment, such Intellectual Property belongs to the employer rather than the employee. The Company pursues the development of Intellectual Property through investment and attraction of funds to the Company's research endeavors. The Company (in accordance with its legislative mandate) also undertakes the Commercialization of suitable Intellectual Property of the Company.

The Company is also committed to fostering partnerships with industry through which Intellectual Property can be commercialised. These partnerships provide benefit by accessing industry sources of funding for research, and this provides benefits to employees and Students, as well as the Company.

This policy applies to the employees, Students, visiting academics, research assistants, honorary appointees of the Company including adjunct and conjoint appointees, and contractors. For the purpose of this policy, honorary appointees of the Company including adjunct appointees and emeritus professors will be considered and dealt with in the same manner as employees of the Company. In addition, this policy applies to employees and Students of its controlled entities.


Notification and Disclosure of Intellectual Property Procedures

When employees or contractors become aware of Intellectual Property developed by themselves, their team or a Student under their supervision, which may be suitable for registration or Commercialisation, they should advise their unit head and administration. Notification to the Director, of any development of Intellectual Property is a pre-condition to any employees being able to have a share in any Commercialisation revenue generated by such Intellectual Property.


Unless otherwise agreed in writing, the Company will, in its capacity as an employer, own all Intellectual Property developed by employees in the Course of Employment with the Company. An employee shall not, without the prior written permission of the Company, apply for registration of Intellectual Property in the name of the employee if that Intellectual Property is created in the Course of Employment. Employees who work on personal projects and external private work outside of their Course of Employment with the Company should declare this activity to their Unit head. Employees should make such declaration to their immediate supervisor before they commence the personal project.

Employees must avoid premature disclosure of inventions, material or information which may constitute Intellectual Property. The consequences of such a disclosure may prevent the Company from obtaining protection or registration of Intellectual Property and may result in loss of commercial opportunity. The Director, Research Engagement, Development and Innovation should be consulted prior to any disclosure of new inventions or developments in publications, to the media or otherwise to any third party.

Intellectual Property may constitute a valuable and useful asset of the Company. Inventions from discovery by researchers may warrant protection to allow effective Commercialisation. Course Materials created by lecturers are Copyright protected and industrial designs, business methods or new plant breeds arising from research and development in different parts of the Company, may all give rise to Intellectual Property which should be retained for the benefit of the Company.

Commissioned Works

Intellectual Property in Commissioned Works, pursuant to the contract or arrangement by which the work is commissioned, will be owned by the Company.

Course Materials

The Company owns Copyright in Course Materials created, developed and presented by employees of the Company in the course of their employment. The Company may license the use of such Copyrighted materials by employees in forums and workplaces at its sole discretion.


Students, as they are not employees of the Company, but all the Intellectual Property that they create, subject to any written agreement to the contrary entered into by the Student will be owned by the company. The Student should be given the opportunity to obtain independent legal advice in relation to the intellectual property.


Sometimes, the Company will retain contractors for particular projects such as architects, executive search firms, business people or consultants. It is standard practice for Intellectual Property in material created for the purpose of the contract to be assigned to the Company by the contractor.

The Company will request all contractors to assign to it the Intellectual Property in material created for the purposes of the contract and to provide appropriate Moral Rights consents to ensure that the Company can use created works as envisaged under the contract. Employees responsible for developing contracts should seek to ensure that contract provisions reflect this clause.

Contractors should not be entitled to distribution of profits from Intellectual Property created by them for the Company.

Intellectual Property Rights

Pre-existing Intellectual Property

Employees must disclose, when they commence their employment (or as soon as possible thereafter):

  • Any Intellectual Property that has relevance to the employee's work at the Company that was developed by the employee before the employment commenced; and

  • Whether that Intellectual Property is subject to any Third Party rights, for example the rights of the employee's previous employer, a publisher or a consultancy company.

  • The terms of any agreement or arrangement (including but not limited to research and funding agreements preceding their employment) which may restrict the work, or the development or use of Intellectual Property arising out of such work, of that employee with the Company.

Where any pre-existing Intellectual Property of an employee is likely to be relevant to any present or future work performed for the Company, or is subject to an agreement with a third party negotiated through the Company, then the employee must notify the Company of its existence, together with the details of any restriction on its use. The Company will assume that any such Intellectual Property applied by an employee can be freely used by the Company, unless there is documentary evidence to the contrary.

An employee should not purport to include Intellectual Property Rights (whether or not pre-existing) that are subject to Third Party rights in work produced for the Company (including Course Materials), without first ensuring the Company is notified and that written consent of those third parties is obtained.

Unauthorized Use of Company Intellectual Property

An employee, Student, or contractor who becomes aware of any unauthorized use or dealing in Company Intellectual Property by a Third Party must report the unauthorized use or dealing to Research Services. If any person (includes employee, student, contractor or any other person) gets caught while using the company’s intellectual property without authorization of the company will be liable and the company reserves the right to take legal action against such person. Such person is also liable to pay 5 lakh rupees to the company or the amount of intellectual property which he/she was using without prior permission of the company, whichever is greater in amount.

Commercialization of Intellectual Property

Exploitation and Dealing in Company Intellectual Property

Exploitation and dealing in Company Intellectual Property is managed by company. Any exploitation and dealing in Intellectual Property by employees or Students or contractors or any third party should be endorsed by the Director.

Overall management of Commercialisation projects will rest with the company. Contractual provisions in respect to the Company's Intellectual Property should not be negotiated or agreed to with a Third Party without the advice of the Director.

Dispute Resolution

Any disputes or complaints arising in relation to the implementation of this Policy or a decision by the Company should be addressed to the Director in the first instance. The Director may seek internal or external expert advice in dealing with the matter and he or she may at their sole discretion:

  • decide the matter;

  • refer the matter to internal grievance resolution mechanisms or external mediation for resolution;

  • refer the matter for binding external arbitration, on which the Indian laws are applicable and the seat for the same will be in Jaipur, Rajasthan; or

Decide the matter in the light of the outcomes of the internal grievance resolution or mediation.


Commercialization and Exploitation of Intellectual Property Procedures

If, following the recommendation of the Director, it is determined that the Intellectual Property is suitable for registration and/or Commercialization, then:

inventors who are employees or contractors or students whose Intellectual Property is owned by, or conveyed by contract to the Company, will be required to execute a Deed or similar instrument confirming assignment of the Intellectual Property to the Company;


Course of Employment

Generally, the Company will consider that an employee has acted in the Course of Employment if the employee is performing the duties for which the employee has been engaged. In the case of the particular employee, this may include but not limited to teaching duties, research, innovation or the preparation of material for the Company's use or any other authorized duty ensued upon the employee.

Subject to law and the circumstances of the particular case, the Company will consider factors including but not limited to the following, in determining if any Intellectual Property was created in the course of the employment. For clarity, the following are indicators that may lead the Company to conclude that Intellectual Property has been created in the Course of Employment, in determining whether any intellectual property was created the sole discretion lies with the Directors of the company:

  • Whether resources of the Company were used. Resources include office facilities, Company email accounts, internet access and equipment;

  • whether the employee created the Intellectual Property with the input of other employees or enrolled Students;

  • whether the employee or Student, in dealing with any external agency in relation to the Intellectual Property was understood to be a representative of the Company, for example through the use of Company letterhead, Company email account, use of Company facilities or Company title for communication or production, or business cards; or

  • whether or not the employee was expressly directed to do the work.

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Meridean Overseas Education Consultants Pvt. LTD and..................................................... agree to work together to assist international students continue their education in Abroad. This agreement is intended to enhance the relationship between the parties to identify international student candidates for enrolment at MOEC partner Universities.

WHEREAS, Meridean Overseas Education Consultants Pvt. LTD (“MOEC”) is an exclusive education provider for various colleges and universities in Canada, Australia, UK, Mauritius, Italy, New Zealand, Singapore, Latvia, Lithuania.

WHEREAS, MOEC has expended substantial time, effort, and expense, to develop relationships with and information concerning a variety of colleges and universities in Canada, Australia, UK, Mauritius, Italy, New Zealand, Singapore, Latvia, Lithuania.

As well as its contractors, vendors, and others, who assist in the placement of students at such colleges and Universities

WHEREAS,…………………………………..(“Representative”) is an………………………. willing to represent MOEC as an authorised Representative by assisting in the recruitment of the students and professional desirous of studying in the Canada, Australia, UK, Mauritius, Italy, New Zealand, Singapore, Latvia, Lithuania.

WHEREAS, Representative will be given access to confidential and proprietary information concerning MOEC business operations and prospects and will expected to utilize and capitalize on the goodwill developed by MOEC with its business partners including the colleges and universities with which it has contractual or other business relationships, as well as ‘MOEC’ agents, vendors, and others;

WHEREAS, MOEC and Representative have agreed to enter into the following agreement for their respective mutual benefit and with the understanding that all customer and client relationships are ultimately the property and intended for the benefit of MOEC;

NOW THEREFORE, for good and valuable consideration as set forth herein, MOEC and representative agree as follows:

1. Representation of MOEC. Representative is hereby authorized by MOEC to recruit students/professionals for placement in study abroad, pathways, conditional admission, English language, Associate, Bachelor, Graduate and Doctoral degree programs at MOEC’ partner colleges and universities.

1.1. Duties and Authority. Representative agrees to use all reasonable means of recruitment in accordance with the procedures and guidelines set forth herein, policies, guidelines, restrictions and instructions separately provided by MOEC, as well as in compliance with all applicable law including, but not limited to, the laws of the United States of America and of any foreign jurisdiction in which Representative operates. Representative is authorized to counsel and inform prospective clients solely in accordance with the published promises and commitments made by MOEC and its partner colleges and universities.

1.2 Representative. is provided with non-exclusive rights allowing it to assist students to pursue other universities outside of the MOEC partner network. It is agreed that no separate additional agreement or contract will be extended by Representative to a third party individual, sub agency or organization to act on behalf of MOEC without the prior, written approval.

1.3. Advertising and Promotion. Representative shall use its own means of advertising and promotion and Representative shall pay for the same. All promotion and advertising is subject to approval by MOEC and its partner colleges and universities.

1.4 MOEC agrees, immediately upon the signing of this agreement, to provide a secure login and password to the private Representative-MOEC applicant portal. Meridean Overseas Education Consultants Pvt Ltd. agrees the information available within the portal is confidential and is not to be disclosed to anyone (student families, sub agents, etc.) outside their immediate company organization.

1.5 Representative agrees to provide actual email id and phone number of Students to MOEC Partner’s universities for mock interview

1.6 It is agreed the parties will work together to assist student’s complete applications and submit all required, original academic and financial documents on time as per each university's requirements. It’s agreed MOEC and Representative will take responsibility to ensure all staff, sub agents and other persons employed or contracted comply with truthful, ethical standards and best practices throughout the admission and enrolment process.

1.7. Compensation: It will vary according to the “Meridean Overseas Franchisee Commission” provided for each member MOEC. lt is agreed the parties will not disclose the nature of the compensation level or any of the specific terms of this Agreement to any student, agency, agent, sub agency, organization or any outside party. Sharing confidential information and/or compensation rates listed here may lead to the dissolution of this Agreement. Compensation rates are subject to change based on revisions made by member universities.

1.8. Liability. By this agreement, MOEC does not accept liability for any actions or conduct by Representative. Representative agrees, acknowledges, and affirms, that it does not have the authority to make representations or commitments on behalf of MOEC.

1.9 All students originating from Representative must be informed that university costs must be paid in full at the beginning of classes every semester. Compensation to Representative and MOEC can be provided only after students pay their university tuition, fees and other university cost in full each semester. lt is agreed the parties will work together to ensure student payments are made promptly and on time. Once MOEC receives compensation from a university, payment will be made to Representative usually within 14-21 days.

1.10. Term. This agreement shall be in effect for two (2) years from the date signed by Representative. The parties intend, however, that upon the conclusion of two (2) years, this agreement will be reviewed and may be renewed on terms agreeable to all parties. Any such renewal must be made in writing executed by all parties. Notwithstanding the above, MOEC reserves the right to terminate this agreement at any time due to lack of performance, misrepresentation, or any breach of the terms of this agreement.

2. Non Solicitation and Non-Competition.

2.1. Non-Solicitation of Clients/Customers. For the duration of this agreement and for twelve (12) months thereafter, irrespective of whether this agreement is terminated voluntarily or involuntarily, for any reason or no reason, Representative agrees not to, directly or indirectly, solicit, accept business from, or perform services for any MOEC customer or client, encourage any customer or client of MOEC to cease doing business with MOEC or to engage in business with any entity or individual competitive with MOEC, or otherwise interfere with any of MOEC’s client and customer relationships. MOEC customers and clients include both individuals seeking placement at universities or colleges in the Canada, Australia, UK, Mauritius, Italy, New Zealand, Singapore, Latvia, and Lithuania.

As well as MOEC’ college and university partners.

2.2. Non-Solicitation of Vendors and Employees. For the duration of this agreement and for twelve (12) months thereafter, irrespective of whether this agreement is terminated voluntarily or involuntarily, for any reason or no reason, Representative agrees not to solicit, divert or induce, directly or indirectly, any of MOEC’ contractors, vendors, or employees to terminate any relationship with MOEC.

2.3. Restrictions Reasonable. Representative and MOEC agree that the restrictive covenants provided herein are reasonable and necessary for the protection of MOEC’ business, goodwill, confidential and proprietary information. If any of the provisions of this Section 2 are held to be unenforceable, the remaining provisions shall nevertheless remain enforceable, and the court making such determination shall modify, among other things, the scope, duration, or geographic area of this Section to preserve the enforceability hereof to the maximum extent permitted by law.

3. Non-Disclosure of Confidential Information.

3.1. Confidential Information. Representative recognizes that MOEC now possesses and will continue to possess information of a confidential or secret nature in, among others, written, unwritten, electronic, and image form, which has unique commercial value in the business in which MOEC is engaged (hereinafter referred to as “Confidential Information”). Confidential Information includes, without limitation, any non-public information pertaining to MOEC and may include information concerning MOEC’ processes, finances, advertising and marketing plans, product plans, business strategies, profit margins, seasonal plans, goals, objectives and projections, compilations and analyses of MOEC services, the identity of vendors, business partners, suppliers, and customers, including lists thereof, and otherwise. Such information is and shall remain the property of MOEC.

3.2. Obligation Not to Disclose. At all times, both during and after the term of this agreement, Representative agrees to keep in strict confidence all Confidential Information and not use or disclose any Confidential Information or anything related to it, in whole or in part, nor permit others to use or disclose it in any way, without the prior written consent of MOEC, except as may be necessary in the ordinary course of representing MOEC as provided for in this agreement. Representative further agrees to inform MOEC immediately in writing in the event of any breach of this obligation of confidentiality.

3.3. Obligations upon Termination. Upon termination of this agreement, voluntary or involuntary, for any reason or no reason, Representative agrees to promptly deliver to MOEC all materials, documents, data, equipment, and other physical or digital property of any nature containing or pertaining to any Confidential Information.

3.4. Third-Party Information. Representative recognizes that MOEC has received and will receive confidential or proprietary information from third parties. Representative agrees to hold all such information in confidence and not use or disclose such information to anyone except as necessary in carrying out the representation of MOEC as set forth in this agreement and consistent with the terms of MOEC’ agreement and/or understanding with such third party(ies).

4. Miscellaneous.

4.1. Injunctive Relief. Representative agrees and understands that breach of this agreement may cause MOEC irreparable harm, which may not be adequately compensated by money damages. Accordingly, in the event of a breach or threatened breach of this agreement, MOEC will be entitled to injunctive or other equitable relief to enforce the provisions hereof, in addition to such other remedies to which MOEC may be entitled, including the recovery of money damages.

4.2. Severability. If any provision of this agreement is held by a court of competent jurisdiction to be void or unenforceable for any reason, the remaining provisions of this agreement shall nevertheless continue in full force and effect.

4.3. Binding on Representative. The covenants contained in this agreement are binding on Representative, its owners, officers, directors, successors in interest, and assigns.

4.4. Modifications. This agreement may not be modified or amended except by a written agreement that refers to this agreement and is signed both parties hereto.

4.5. Governing Law; Jurisdiction. This agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of India. With respect to any claim or action arising under this Agreement each party to the Agreement hereby (a) irrevocably submits to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of the India, and (b) irrevocably waives any objection which such party may have at any time to the laying of venue of any suit, action or proceeding arising out of or relating to this agreement brought in any such court, irrevocably waives any claim that any such suit, action or proceeding brought in any such court has been brought in an inconvenient forum and further irrevocably waives the right to object, with respect to such claim, suit, action or proceeding brought in any such court, that such court does not have jurisdiction over such party.

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Terms and Conditions

These terms and conditions ("Agreement") sets forth the general terms and conditions of for the availing services and any of its related products (collectively, "Services"). This Agreement is legally binding between you (includes your guardian or parents) ("User", "you" or "your") and our company. By signing this agreement you acknowledge that you have read, understood, and agree to be bound by the terms of this Agreement. If you are entering into this Agreement on behalf of a business or other legal entity, you represent that you have the authority to bind such entity to this Agreement, in which case the terms "User", "you" or "your" shall refer to such entity. If you do not have such authority, or if you do not agree with the terms of this Agreement, you must not sign the agreement by signing it, it will be considered as deemed acceptance on your part.

The formation, interpretation, and performance of this Agreement and any disputes arising out of it shall be governed by the substantive and procedural laws of Rajasthan, India without regard to its rules on conflicts or choice of law and, to the extent applicable, the laws of India. The exclusive jurisdiction and venue for actions related to the subject matter hereof shall be the courts located in Jaipur, Rajasthan India, and you hereby submit to the personal jurisdiction of such courts.

Limitation of liability

To the fullest extent permitted by applicable law, in no event will the company, its affiliates, directors, be liable to any person for any indirect, incidental, special, punitive, cover or consequential damages (including, without limitation, damages for lost profits, revenue, sales, goodwill, use of content, impact on business, business interruption, loss of anticipated savings, loss of business opportunity) however caused, under any theory of liability, including but not limited to, without limitation, contract, tort, warranty, breach of statutory duty, negligence or otherwise, even if the liable party has been advised as to the possibility of such damages or could have foreseen such damages.

Intellectual property rights

"Intellectual Property Rights" means all present and future rights conferred by statute, common law or equity in or in relation to any copyright and related rights, trademarks, designs, patents, inventions, goodwill and the right to sue for passing off, rights to inventions, rights to use, and all other intellectual property rights, in each case whether registered or unregistered and including all applications and rights to apply for and be granted, rights to claim priority from, such rights and all similar or equivalent rights or forms of protection and any other results of intellectual activity which subsist or will subsist now or in the future in any part of the world. This Agreement does not transfer to you any intellectual property owned by the Company or third parties, and all rights, titles, and interests in and to such property will remain solely with the Company.

All trademarks, service marks, graphics and logos used in connection with the Website and Services, are trademarks or registered trademarks of the Company or its licensors. Other trademarks, service marks, graphics and logos used in connection with the Website and Services may be the trademarks of other third parties. Your use of the Website and Services grants you no right or license to reproduce or otherwise use any of the Company or third party trademarks.

All tuition materials and any other materials used by the Tutor to provide the Services (and any intellectual property rights therein) are the property of or licensed by the Company, and nothing in these Conditions serves to transfer any rights in such materials to the Customer/Student. The tuition materials may not be reproduced, photocopied, reused or made available to others without the written consent of the Company


  • Fee paid for any service will not be refunded by the Company

  • The Course material (if applicable) will be delivered within 48 hours from the date of enrolment or 7 days before the commencement of the course, whichever is later, subject to full payment realization.

  • The Student Portal, if applicable for your service, will be activated within 7 days from the date of enrolment or 7 days prior to the commencement of the course, whichever is later, subject to full payment realization.

  • As an enrolled student, you are liable to share the following including but not limited to, with the company:

    - Original Documents required for the processing of application, including but not limited to, identification proof, academic results and financial statements. It is the sole responsibility of the students/guardians to provide the genuine and original documents failing to that, the process of application might hamper which might lead to cancellation of the application, under no circumstances the company would be liable to refund the fees paid to the company due to cancellation or revocation of the application. The company shall also be not liable to arrange or create any of the documents required for the application process; the student/guardians shall provide the company with the requisite documents.

    - Testimonial, Visa copy and flight details before leaving the country, the student has applied for.

  • Testimonial(s) provided by you may be appropriately edited by Company Limited for its marketing communication.

Registration and Confirmation

All registrations received by Company by online, e-mail, walk in or telephone will be deemed to be valid. Registration will be confirmed within a maximum of 2 working days following receipt of a valid registration after full requisite payment which varies from course to course. The contract will be deemed to be finalised as soon as Company has confirmed the registration, and will then be legally enforceable. Where the registered person is an adult, that person will become a contract partner of Company.

Where the registered person is not an adult, his/her legal representative will become the contract partner of Company. In that event, the legal representative must sign the contract and give his/her exact address. The person who is contractually registered to a Study Abroad course will become a participant, designated as such below. The person who signs the contract (the person him/herself or, where the person is a minor, his/her legal representative) will be identified as a contract partner, designated as such below.

Information provided at the time of registration

The contract partner expressly declares that the information provided at the time of registration for a Study Abroad course is true and accurate. Any inaccurate information or omission may lead to immediate expulsion from the course. In that event, the costs of the course will not be refundable, either in whole or in part.

Registration fees

Company may charge any extra fee on the award of financial aid/Scholarship from the student.

Agreement modification fees

In the event that a participant wishes the type of course in different countries conditions to be varied following confirmation of registration by Company, a Processing Fee will be charged and will be payable with the request for variation. An additional charge will be required if the participant decides to extend his/her Study Abroad course.

Payment period

The contract partner will be held liable in the event that the payment periods specified by Company in the confirmation are not complied with. In such circumstances, Company reserves the right to refuse entry to the Abroad course. No claims will be accepted by Company and no refund of the money will be made.

Proof of payment

Participants may be asked to provide documentary proof of payment of the full fee for their processing fee. In the case of late registrations, Company will ask for proof before sending any documentation information.

Cancellation prior to commencement of the course

I agree to the clause that the processing fee paid for admission into a particular University or country is a non-refundable amount in any circumstances. I am aware of the fact that of applying for abroad education through Meridean Overseas Education Consultant Company includes the throughout service provided by the consultants from admission to visa processing. So, they are liable to keep the processing fee payment for my application.

Obligations of participants

Participants are required to attend the course and to arrive on time. They are responsible for choosing a course which is appropriate for their level of capability. Failure to attend the course, or irregular attendance, or any disruption to lessons caused by an individual participant’s attitude will entitle Company to expel the participant. Company will not reimburse or pay compensation for any part of the missed course or any additional travel costs incurred. Company does not guarantee any admission for any course which the participants have applied; the admission is solely based on the merits of the participant and no liability shall lies on the company. The company is not liable to refund any amount in case the participant didn’t get the admission, neither fully nor in parts, the participant is hereby letting go of his right to seek refund.

Late arrival

In order to avoid delay joining in abroad university, any participant who enroll for next intake are eligible to pay application fee or processing fee to university again.


In the event that a participant wishes to bring a claim, he/she must notify the head of the centre immediately. Any claim for compensation must be notified in writing to the Company, and may not arrive more than two weeks after the contractual termination of the Study Abroad course. After that time, any action taken by the contract partner will be deemed to be null and void. Any dispute is subject to the arbitration appointed by the company bearing the seat of the arbitration at Jaipur, only Indian laws are application to all such disputes.


In the event that a participant is badly behaved, undisciplined, or demonstrates a poor attitude, Company reserves the right to expel him/her immediately. In that event, Company will not reimburse or pay compensation for any part of the missed course or any additional travel costs incurred or any kind of refund.


Company do not accept any kind of cash and also does not allow any kind of fees or money be deposited in the account of any employee or counselor or any person depicting to be an employee or counselor of the company. If any kind of payment is made into the accounts of any other person (including but not limited to employee or counselor or any relative of employee or counselor) the company shall not be liable and the student/guardian cannot ask for any refund or reimbursement when they had made any payment into the account of any person other than the account of the company.

Force Majeure

Company will not be liable in any way for death, bodily injury, illness, damage, delay or other loss or detriment to person or property, or financial costs both direct and indirect incurred, or for the failure to commence, perform or complete any duty owed to you if such death, delay, bodily injury (including emotional distress or injury), illness, damage or other loss or detriment to person or property is caused by Act of God, war or war-like operations, mechanical breakdowns, terrorist activities or threat thereof, civil commotions, labor difficulties, interference by authorities, political disturbance, howsoever and where so ever any of the same may arise or be caused, riot, insurrection and government restraint, fire, extreme weather or any other cause whatsoever beyond the reasonable control of the company; or an event which company is a part of or organizing, even with all due care, could not foresee any and all of which, individually and collectively, constitute “Force Majeure”.

13. I confirm that all the supporting documents submitted by me along with are genuine and legally valid.

14. I will-fully confirm and allow Company to act as agents on my behalf for my admission into the appropriate educational institution. I agree that the services of any other agents or similar organizations used would be void and the responsibility of my admittance to an educational institution to be solely performed by the company.

15. I agree to the clause that the processing/enrollment fee paid for admission into a particular University or country is a non- refundable amount in any circumstances. I am aware of the fact that of applying for abroad education through Company. It includes the throughout service provided by the consultants from admission to visa processing. So they are liable to keep the processing fee payment for my application.

16. I authorize Company to share and retain all my original/photocopies of documents required during the college application procedure. I also confirm that I authorize Company to share and retain photocopies of my passport/travel document and all other documents used in the college/university application and General visa application.

17. I understand that Company is not responsible for the outcome of the admission confirmation and or visa application/interview. In such circumstances, no claim of any nature whatsoever will be entertained.

18. I authorize Company to send me updates via SMS/Email and or post.

19. I confirm that Company does not take any responsibility of any General visa rule changes following submission of my application or any rule changes by the College/University following my admission. I confirm to pay university tuition fee within one week after receiving visa.

20. I confirm to provide testimonial, visa copy & flight detail before leaving from India.

21. I confirm that I have read and understood the above terms and conditions and I wish to offer my case to Company.

22. I understand that the class material will be provided after 48 hours of enrollment.

23. I understand that neither I can request a refund after 48 hours of payment, nor company is bound to pay me any amount in case of my withdrawal from the services post 48 hours of enrollement.

24. I understand that I shall only be allowed to attend the classes on my class timings unless and until suggested otherwise by the instructor. I cannot force the company to arrange extra or different classes for me. In case of urgency I can only request the access subject to due approval by the instructor. I completely waive my right to access the classes post my class period, two months or six months, whichever I have registered for.

25. If I opt to study overseas under Meridean Overseas free education program, I affirm that I have been notified that the scholarships are not guaranteed, and company is not liable to pay the amount if under any circumstances in the denial of the scholarship, promised by the university.

26. Company is not responsible for any services once I reach abroad.

27. I can only apply to the university that I can afford to study and live in, and for the same the reason I am liable to provide the true finance-related information to the Company.

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Meridean Overseas values its relationship with its members, donors, volunteers and other stakeholders who partner with it to enable it to achieve its purpose. It recognizes that transparency and accountability build trust and help those relationships to flourish.


The purpose of this document is to recognize the importance of transparency and accountability and facilitate the development and implementation of measures by the company’s Board and staff to ensure appropriate transparency and accountability.


Transparency: an organization’s openness about its activities, providing information on what it is doing, where and how this takes place and how it is performing.

Accountability: explaining what an organization has done and taking responsibility for the results of the organization’s own actions. This includes explaining how the organization has used funds.


This policy applies to all staff, employees, Board members, member organizations, Fellows and volunteers of the company.


The company is committed:

  • to sharing timely, relevant and accurate information in an accessible format;

  • to providing stakeholders with an opportunity to provide input and feedback; and

  • to responding feedback effectively and appropriately.


The Company is responsible for ensuring that there are systems and processes in place to capture record and analyze the information necessary to enable the organization to perform its reporting functions. This includes reporting regularly to the Board on the operations of the Company. The Company will also ensure that privacy and other policies are in place to govern the access and use of documents including client’s records, staff records, member and donor records, and minutes of general meetings, in accordance with the constitution. Staff is responsible for implementing and adhering to the policies and procedures developed by the Company.

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