Project Samarth - Ministry of Education, Government of India | University of Delhi

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  • Content Archival Policy (CAP)

    Each content element on our website has different Entry and Exit policies for archival as enlisted below.

S.NO.Content ElementEntry PolicyExit Policy
1About ProjectWhenever project information is modifiedPerpetual (10 years) since date of entry into archival
2LogosWhenever logos are modifiedPerpetual (10 years) since date of entry into archival
3BannersAs soon as it loses relevancePerpetual (10 years) since date of entry into archival
4PhotosAs soon as it loses relevancePerpetual (10 years) since date of entry into archival
5VideosAs soon as it loses relevancePerpetual (10 years) since date of entry into archival
6PoliciesDiscontinuation of Policy by Web Information ManagerPerpetual (10 years) since date of entry into archival
7Website PlansChange in monitoring or management plans of the websitePerpetual (10 years) since date of entry into archival
8Terms and ConditionsModification in terms and conditions by Web Information ManagerPerpetual (10 years) since date of entry into archival
9Documents/Publications/ ReportsAs soon as it loses relevancePerpetual (10 years) since date of entry into archival
10Directories/Contact DetailsNot requiredNA
11HighlightsAs soon as it loses relevanceAutomatically after the expiry of the validity period.
12Group Wise ContentsAs soon as it loses relevancePerpetual (10 years) since date of entry into archival
  • Content Contribution, Moderation and Approval Policy (CMAP)

    Content needs to be contributed by the authorized Content Manager from Groups/Divisions of Project Samarth in a consistent fashion to maintain uniformity and to bring in standardization. To present the content in order as per the requirement of the viewer, organize the content in categorized manner and to retrieve the relevant content efficiently, it is required to contribute the content to the website through a Content Management System which would be web-based having a user-friendly interface.

The content on the website /portal goes through the entire life-cycle process of:

  • Creation
  • Modification
  • Approval
  • Moderation
  • Publishing
  • Expiry
  • Archival

Once the content is contributed it is moderated and processed for approval prior to being published on the website. If the content is rejected at any level then it is sent back to the content contributor for content modification.

On the basis of the increasing urgency of publication, the content elements can be of the following types – Routine, Priority, and Express.

S NoContent ElementRoutinePriorityExpressModeratorApproverContributor
1About Project

Web information ManagerSecretaryProject Lead
2Logos--

Web information ManagerProject LeadSM Analyst
3Banners

-

Web information ManagerProject LeadSM Analyst
4Photos

Web information ManagerProject Learning OfficerSM Analyst
5Videos

Web information ManagerProject Learning OfficerSM Analyst
6Policies

-Web information ManagerProject Learning OfficerSM Analyst
7Website Plans

-Web information ManagerProject LeadProject Learning Officer/Web Information Manager
8Terms and Conditions

-Web information ManagerDesign LeadSM Analyst
9Documents/Publications/Reports-

Web information ManagerProject Lead / Project Learning OfficerSM Analyst
10Directories/Contact Details--

Web information ManagerProject Learning Officer/ Design LeadSM Analyst
11Highlights

Web information ManagerDesign LeadSM Analyst
12Group Wise Contents

Web information ManagerProject Learning OfficerTeam Heads
  • Content Review Policy (CRP)

    Being the face of Project Samarth it is required to keep the content on the Website up-to-date. Hence, a Content Review Policy is needed. The Review Policy is established on distinct forms of content elements, its validity and relevance as well as the archival policy.

S.NO.Content ElementEventTimePolicyFrequency of ReviewApprover
1About Project

Half yearly, Immediate - in case of a changeSecretary
2Logos---NAProject Lead
3Banners

Quarterly, Immediate - in case of an eventProject Lead
4Photos

Quarterly, Immediate - in case of an eventProject Learning Officer
5Videos

Quarterly, Immediate - in case of an eventProject Learning Officer
6Policies--

Quarterly, Immediate - in case of a changeProject Learning Officer
7Website Plans-

Quarterly, Immediate - in case of a changeProject Lead
8Terms and Conditions--

Quarterly, Immediate - in case of a changeDesign Lead
9Documents/Publications/ Reports

Fortnightly, Immediate - in case of a changeProject Lead / Project Learning Officer
10Directories/Contact Details

-Fortnightly, Immediate - in case of a changeProject Learning Officer/ Design Lead
11Highlights

Fortnightly, Immediate - in case of a changeDesign Lead
12Group Wise Contents

FortnightlyProject Learning Officer
  • Copyright Policy

    Content featured on this Portal may be replicated free of charge after taking proper permission by contacting the relevant officer/department having the relevant authority. However, the material should be reproduced precisely and not be used in a derogatory manner or in a misleading context. Anywhere this material is being published or issued to other people, the source must be prominently recognized. However, the consent to imitate this material will not extend out to any material which is distinguished as being copyright of a third party.

  • Privacy Policy

    Project Samarth’s website does not automatically capture any specific personal information from you, (like name, phone number or e-mail address), that allows us to identify you individually.If Project Samarth’s website requests you to provide personal information, you will be informed for the particular purposes for which the information is gathered and adequate security measures will be taken to protect your personal information.We do not sell or share any personally identifiable information volunteered on the website to any third party (public/private). Any information provided to this website will be protected from loss, misuse, unauthorized access or disclosure, alteration, or destruction.We gather certain information about the user, such as Internet protocol (IP) addresses, domain name, browser type, operating system, the date and time of the visit and the pages visited. We make no attempt to link these addresses with the identity of individuals visiting our site unless an attempt to damage the site has been detected.

  • Hyperlinking Policy

    Links to external websites/portals

    Project Samarth is not responsible for the content and reliability of the linked websites and does not necessarily endorse the views expressed in them. The mere presence of the link or the listing on this portal is not to be assumed as endorsement of any kind.
    Project Samarth does not guarantee the working of these links at all the time and we have no control over the availability of linked pages.

    Links to Project Samarth’s website by other websites

    Project Samarth does not object to you directly linking to the information that is hosted on this site and no prior permission is required for the same. However, we suggest you to inform us about any links provided to this portal so that you can be informed of any changes or updates therein. Also, we only permit our pages to always load into a newly opened browser window of the User.

  • Security Policy

    • Ensure Critical Information and Critical Information foundation from unapproved access, use, exposure, change and removal, regardless of whether deliberate or accidental.

    • Maintain confidentiality, integrity and availability of information related to the critical systems, processes and frameworks used in the project along with sensitive and personal information of employees and other related third parties.

    • Ensure business continuity through systematic reduction of information security risks in all spheres of its business operations.