Cookies - what are they and how do we use them?

As you browse through the internet, small packets of information get stored by your computer inside the web browser you use. These cookies keep a record of the websites you visit and the activities you perform onto them. Most business owners, such as TutorOpedia, will use cookies to enable efficient usage of the website. Such web technologies allow us to deliver, quantify, and enhance our services as well as user experience. We gather useful data when you visit our website and browse our services, whether through the web browser or mobile phone. uses Cookies for business purposes such as; log you into the student portal; protect your identity and keep you secure; validating your access to our website and platforms.

Your preferences and setting choices and helping us in better understanding of how visitors use our website. We use cookies to comprehend, how you interact with our services, for example, the pages you read and the buttons you click on. Cookies also enable us to offer personalised content and to provide you with relevant promotional offers.

Most of the cookies that we use are essential for providing you with our services and smooth user experience. They ensure your account’s security, prevent fraud, and ensure a 100% compliance to safe website browsing. Apart from cookies, we also utilise many other web technologies to track visitors and monitor their activities on our website. These include web beacons, session replay scripts, and tracking metrics. Unique identifiers allow us to check the movements and patterns of visitors and also show from where have they arrived at our website.

How do I find my privacy options?

It is entirely up to you to accept or reject our cookies. If you wish to enable or delete cookies, open your browser and find where the cookies are stored. Each web browser saves them in a different location. Once you get to this, click on the ‘control’ or ‘manage’ settings where you can see a complete range for disabling, erasing or enabling cookies. However, please do note that declining cookies could make the website navigation difficult.

We update our policies from time to time. And so, any further changes made in the cookies policy will be updated on this page. We are not liable to personally notify our users about any future changes in the policy.

Should you have any questions regarding this policy, then do write to us at

F.A.Qs View All

To avail online tuition services, please register and submit your details at Once you have chosen your study level, subject, tutor, and booked a time slot, when you want to attend the learning session, you will be asked to review your order and make payments. Thereafter, we will send you a video link prior to your chosen time slot, where you can experience superlative online learning sessions with your chosen mentors.
Yes, you can attend the online learning sessions via ZOOM, SKYPE Video and Google Meet applications.
You can contact 24x7 Live Student Support Teams through multiple mediums as listed below:
Yes, you can reschedule your class by informing us at least 24 hours prior to your booked time slot. Please mail your reschedule requests at
In case you were not able to attend your class at the booked time slot; don’t worry. Mail us your concern at and our customer support team will promptly resolve the issue by rescheduling the class. However, the class will be rescheduled at the next convenient and available time of the tutor.
The refund and cancellation policy of Tuturopedia is in compliant with the best industry standards and curated to enable a brilliant user experience. Kindly visit below links to know more: Refund and Cancellation Policy
You will need a laptop/desktop and an internet connection. The classes are conducted via video conferencing applications such as Zoom, Skype Video and Google Meet. Please make sure that the microphone of your system is working. Web Cam is recommended for interactive sessions but not essential.
No. Currently, we offer online learning sessions only for university students (Graduate, Post Graduate and PhD level courses).