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  • The CAP Test has been designed and tested for accuracy by a group of Independent Subject Matter Expetrs
  • All efforts are taken to ensure highest level of Accuracy in mapping the individual profile to the choice of answers provided by the Candidate
  • The only case where the accuracy of the Report can be reserved is when the Candidate has not taken the test seriously and has provided wrong inputs contrary to his honest self, in such a situation no refund will be provided but a request for a retest can be entertained, provided the Candidate gives a written declaration to take the test seriously.
  • A final report will be provided to the Candidate in a Soft copy (pdf) format. Correct Email Address of the recipient is mandatory for all deliveries.
  • If a Personalized one–on-one online Counseling is desired alongwith the CAP Report, the Charges for the session with a CAP Career Psychologist would be additional to be paid at actuals

Refund Policy

There will be no cash refund of the Testing fees , they can be only reimbursed in services offered through CAP. The registration is non transferable.

GRS International does not accept cancellation requests, once the registration and payment is processed

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All efforts will be made to ensure the best quality products are delivered with the topmost accuracy, incase of any dissatisfaction on the part of the client a Replacement will be provided only if the report provided is proved to be flawed by the Candidate, in his/her specific Case

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Corporate Ethics Policy

GRS International. is a Corporate Body behind the day to day functioning of CAP India . All the Financial, Marketing and HR activities are conducted under strict adherence to the International Corporate Ethics Policy which is adapted by each member and associate of the Company.

Corporate Social Responsibility Policy

The Management is committed to ensuring implementation of measures and decisions taken in the interest of providing back to the Society by means of associating in contributing through its services towards the benefit of the underprivileged in the Society, through suitable policy decisions taken by the its team.

Fair Labour Policy

The Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to reward performance and commitment with no bias or involvement in politics contrary to the Business Growth and Development of the Organisation.

Code of Business Conduct And Corporate Ethics Policy

We believe that you should know the Company's position on basic legal, ethical, and social issues that affect the way we conduct our business. This booklet sets forth our basic standards and rules, and is intended to formalize the Company's existing ethical and procedural guidelines, and provide you with a readily accessible tool to help assure compliance. The maintenance of the highest standards of business conduct and responsiveness to social concerns contributes to the reputation, financial success, and future growth of our Company. The policies in this booklet reflect the Company's ongoing commitment to these standards.

You are expected to read the Code and become familiar with its contents. All employees, officers and directors must abide by the Code, and maintain the highest standards of personal and professional conduct in the performance of any and all business activities.

I. INTRODUCTION
A. Code of Business Conduct and Corporate Ethics Policy

The Code of Business Conduct and Corporate Ethics Policy (the "Code") of GRS International is a statement of the policies and procedures of the Company (as defined below) for conducting its business in a legal and ethical manner. It has been issued to all employees, officers and directors in order to reaffirm the Company's existing policies relating to ethical standards and business practices.

The Code includes provisions from existing corporate policies to provide an accessible reference for all employees, officers and directors. Certain corporate policies set forth more detailed information on subjects covered by the Code. All policies and procedures in the Code apply to all employees and officers of GRS International, its subsidiaries and its controlled affiliates (collectively the "Company"),whether operating inside or outside of India. Certain policies and procedures in the Code apply to all directors of the Company, whether operating inside or outside of India.

The Company expects you, and all its other employees, officers and directors to observe high ethical standards in the performance of your respective duties, and to observe all laws and regulations governing business transactions and practices. The Company's policy is to prevent the occurrence of illegal or unethical behavior, to halt any illegal or unethical behavior that may occur as soon as reasonably possible after its discovery, and to discipline those who violate the Code, including individuals responsible for the failure to exercise proper supervision and oversight to detect and report a violation by their subordinate employees. Discipline may, when appropriate, include termination.

B. Guidance and Interpretation

Government regulation of business activities continues to increase, which results in more complex laws, regulations and procedures. Accordingly, whenever the legality or propriety of any proposed course of conduct which you are involved in is subject to question, it is incumbent upon you to obtain advice concerning these policies from the person to whom you report, and, when appropriate, to request advice from , the Company's General Counsel. If you have a question regarding the applicability or interpretation of the Code you should utilize the procedures specified in the section entitled "IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CODE".

The Code is not a contract, and is not intended to create any contractual obligations on the part of the Company or its subsidiaries or affiliates. The Code also does not alter the existing at-will employment relationship between the Company and any employee or officer.

II. COMPLIANCE WITH THE LAW

As an employee, officer or director of the Company, you are required to comply with the laws and highest standards of business ethics and conduct in every country in which the Company does business. You cannot justify or be excused from the consequences of an action which is prohibited by the Company by saying that you were ordered to perform the action by someone higher in authority. No one is ever authorized by the Company to direct you to commit a prohibited act. You are responsible for your own actions. You must acquaint yourself with the legal standards and restrictions applicable to your assigned duties and responsibilities, and conduct yourself accordingly. You also should understand that compliance with the letter of the law, but not the spirit, is insufficient. Even the appearance of unethical or inappropriate behavior could have a negative impact on the Company and its employees, officers and directors.

III. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST

You must avoid any investment, interest, or association that interferes, might interfere or appears to interfere with the independent exercise of your own individual best judgment, and with your obligation to perform your responsibilities in the best interests of the Company. Specifically, all officers and employees:

(1) shall (i) deal with all employees and consultants and all suppliers, customers, distributors, competitors, and all other persons doing business with the Company in a completely fair and objective manner without favor or preference based upon personal financial considerations and (ii) not take unfair advantage of anyone through manipulation, concealment, abuse of privileged information, misrepresentation of material facts, or any other unfair-dealing practice.

(2) shall not accept from or give to any supplier, customer or competitor any gift or entertainment (except as permitted under the section of the Code on "GIFTS AND ENTERTAINMENT").

(3) shall not do business with a close relative on behalf of the Company, unless the transaction is on arms-length terms and is disclosed, in writing, to the Chief Financial Officer of the Company (and so long as the Company's legal counsel determines that the transaction is not inconsistent with the purposes of this policy).

(4) shall not, directly or indirectly, own any financial interest in or hold any employment or managerial position with any firm or corporation which is a competitor of or which does or seeks to do business with the Company if such interest or position may influence any decision that he or she might make in the performance of his or her duties.

5) have the affirmative duty to disclose to the corporate officer responsible for his or her function, the existence of any personal material, financial interest in, or employment or managerial position with any firm or corporation which is a competitor of or which seeks to do or does business with the Company. Employees and officers should disclose any potential conflict of interest to the General Counsel. The General Counsel shall review each such case with the Company's legal counsel, and they shall determine whether the existence of such interest or position is or may be in conflict with this policy or otherwise detrimental to the best interests of the Company or any of its operations. If it is determined that such conflict or detrimental effect may occur, such steps as are necessary to correct the situation will be immediately instituted.

IV. CORPORATE OPPORTUNITIES

Except as provided in the Certificate of Incorporation of GRS International:

(1) If any employee, officer or director learns of a business or investment opportunity through the use of corporate property or information or his or her position at the Company, such as from a competitor or actual or potential customer, client, vendor or business associate of the Company, he or she may not participate in the opportunity or make the investment without the prior written approval of the General Counsel.

(2) No employee, officer or director may use corporate property or information or his or her position at the Company for improper personal gain, and no employee, officer or director may compete with the Company.

V. TRADE SECRETS AND CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION

The disclosure of trade secrets and confidential information regarding the Company's business or scientific operations, whether intentional or accidental, can adversely affect the financial stability of the Company and the job security of its employees. Because of this risk of harm to the Company and its employees, employees and officers shall not, without the prior written consent of the Company, during their term of employment or afterwards, use, directly or indirectly, for their benefit or the benefit of others, or disclose to others, any trade secrets or confidential information which they obtained during the course of their employment, including by participating in Internet "chat rooms", through postings on Internet message boards or otherwise, unless legally mandated to do so. Confidential information includes all non-public information that might be of use to competitors, or harmful to the Company or its customers, if disclosed.

Each employee and officer shall promptly report to the appropriate immediate supervisor any attempt by outsiders to obtain trade secrets or confidential information or any unauthorized use or disclosure of trade secrets or confidential information by any employee or officer. If, in the course of your employment, you are afforded access to, entrusted with, or otherwise become aware of confidential or personal information concerning any of the current or former employees of either the Company or any of its subsidiaries, including, but not limited to, oral or written information or records (including computer records and electronic mail) which reflect or pertain to the name, identification number, salary, wages or wage rates and other compensation perquisites and benefits, home addresses, mobile and home telephone numbers, social security numbers, passwords, personnel records, evaluations and/or medical information,

you shall be obligated to maintain the strict confidentiality of all such information and use it only as absolutely necessary in the proper performance of your assigned duties. Under no circumstances shall you disclose or discuss any of such information, directly or indirectly, to or with any entities or other persons, including other Company employees, who are not authorized by the Company to know or receive such information. Once in possession of employee confidential or personal information or records, you are charged with the affirmative obligation to take all necessary and prudent measures to maintain the confidentiality thereof and to safeguard against unauthorized disclosures. If you receive any judicial or administrative process or otherwise are requested by any non-governmental entity to disclose any of such information or provide any employee records, you may not release such information or deliver such records without first obtaining the written authorization or permission of either the Corporate Director of Human Resources or the General Counsel of the Company. Any violation of this policy directive may result in disciplinary action, which could include termination for cause.

VI. GIFTS AND ENTERTAINMENT

You shall not seek or accept, or offer or give any payments, fees, loans, services or gifts from or to any person or firm as a condition or result of doing business with the Company. The Company's policy is intended to permit gifts of reasonable value, normal business meals and entertainment, the exchange of customary reciprocal courtesies between employees, officers and directors of the Company and their business associates, and similar customary and reasonable expenditures to promote general business goodwill. Reasonable expenditures for gifts to, and the entertainment of business contacts by Company employees, officers or directors may be made if the expenditures have been appropriately authorized and are correctly recorded on the books of the paying entity. However,

entertainment or gifts shall not be of substantial monetary value nor exceed that value customarily and openly provided by responsible competitors of the Company in the area involved.

With respect to gifts to, and entertainment of, government officials or employees, this policy is subject to the provisions of " RBI POLICY-GOVERNMENT OF INDIA PAYMENTS" and "FOREIGN GOVERNMENT PAYMENTS".

VII. ACCURACY AND INTEGRITY OF BOOKS, RECORDS AND ACCOUNTS

All of the Company's books, records, accounts and financial statements must accurately reflect the nature of the transactions recorded and must conform both to applicable legal and accounting requirements and to the Company's system of internal controls. All assets and liabilities of the Company must be recorded in the regular books of account. No undisclosed or unrecorded fund or asset shall be established in any amount for any purpose. No false or artificial entries shall be made for any purpose. No payment shall be made, or purchase price agreed to, with the intention or understanding that any part of such payment is to be used for any purpose other than that described in the document supporting the payment. This policy is not limited to accounting and auditing personnel. It applies to all employees and officers, including anyone negotiating and authorizing sales and purchase

contracts, submitting expense reports, or preparing or paying invoices. All employees are responsible to report to the Company any concerns regarding questionable accounting and auditing matters that may come to their attention. You may submit a good faith complaint regarding accounting or auditing matters to the management of the Company without fear of dismissal or retaliation of any kind. The Company is committed to achieving compliance with all applicable securities laws and regulations, accounting standards, accounting controls and audit practices. The Company's Audit Committee will oversee treatment of employee concerns in this area. In order to facilitate the reporting of employee complaints, the Company's Audit Committee has established procedures for (1) the receipt, retention, and treatment of complaints received by the Company regarding accounting, internal accounting controls, or auditing matters ("Accounting Matters") and (2) the confidential, anonymous submission by employees of concerns regarding questionable Accounting Matters. If you have any concerns regarding questionable Accounting Matters, you are encouraged to report your concerns by using the tollfree number established by the Company for that purpose. (See "IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CODE-Reporting of Violations," below.) Examples of questionable Accounting Matters include, without limitation, the following:

  • fraud or deliberate error in the preparation, evaluation, review or audit of any financial statement of the Company;
  • fraud or deliberate error in the recording and maintaining of financial records of the Company;
  • deficiencies in or noncompliance with the Company's internal accounting controls;
  • misrepresentation or false statement to or by a senior officer or accountant regarding a matter contained in the financial records, financial reports or audit reports of the Company; or
  • deviation from full and fair reporting of the Company's financial condition. Should you make a complaint, it will be forwarded to the Chairman of the Audit Committee who will (i) determine whether the complaint actually pertains to Accounting Matters and (ii) when the complaint is not made anonymously, acknowledge receipt of the complaint to the sender. Complaints relating to Accounting Matters will be reviewed under Audit Committee direction and oversight by the Company's Independent Auditor, Counsel, or such other person as the Audit Committee determines to be appropriate. Confidentiality will be maintained as required by law. Prompt and appropriate corrective action will be taken when and as warranted in the judgment of the Audit Committee. The Company will not discharge, demote, suspend, threaten, harass or in any manner discriminate against any employee in the terms and conditions of employment based

upon any lawful actions of such employee with respect to good faith reporting of complaints regarding Accounting Matters or otherwise specified in Section 806 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002.

The Company's Counsel will maintain a log of all complaints, tracking their receipt, investigation and resolution and shall prepare a periodic summary report thereof for the Audit Committee. Copies of complaints and such log will be maintained in accordance with the Company's document retention policy.

VIII. PROTECTION OF COMPANY ASSETS

Each employee, officer and director owes a duty to the Company and its customers to use assets and facilities only for their intended purposes. Use of Company or customer facilities, property or funds for other than Company business is strictly forbidden unless permitted in published Company policies and procedures or cleared in advance by written authorization of the General Counsel.

IX. POLITICAL CONTRIBUTIONS

It is Company Policy that:

(1) No Company funds or services shall be paid or furnished to any political party or any candidate for or incumbent in any public office for political purposes except as expressly permitted pursuant to paragraph (2) of this provision. Although you are permitted to make personal contributions, the Company shall not reimburse you for any such contribution.

(2) (a) For Indian States:

(i) General Elections It is unlawful for the Company to make a contribution or expenditure in connection with any National General election, or in connection with any primary election or political convention held to select candidates for any federal office.

(ii) State and Local Elections: No contributions of the Company's funds or resources to state or local officials or candidates shall be made without the prior written approval of the Chairman of the Board and Company's legal counsel.

b) For Foreign Countries: No deviation from the prohibitions set forth in paragraph (1) of this provision may be made in any country outside of India without the prior written approval of the Company's legal counsel.

Approval shall be given only after there has been a determination that such payment or the furnishing of such services is consistent with the laws and highest standards of business ethics and conduct of the country involved.

X. GOVERNMENT PAYMENTS

You shall not directly or indirectly give, offer or promise any form of bribe, gratuity, or kickback to a Central / State official or employee, or any state, local, or municipal official or employee.

XI. FOREIGN GOVERNMENT PAYMENTS

The Company competes on the basis of price, quality, and service. Therefore, it is the policy of the Company to comply with India Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and with local law applicable to governmental payments. It is the Company's policy that you and its other employees, officers or directors shall not directly or indirectly pay, give or offer money or anything of value to any foreign government officer, employee or representative, or to any foreign political party or candidate for or incumbent in any foreign political office, in order to assist in obtaining, retaining or directing business.

XII. EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY LAWS

It is the policy of the Company to provide employment opportunities without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, ancestry, veteran status, marital status, or disability, or any other reason prohibited by federal, state, or local law.

XIII. HARASSMENT

It is the policy of the Company to maintain a work environment free from harassment and/or intimidation of any type. The Company believes that every employee has the right to work in an environment totally free of discrimination, sexual harassment, and ethnic, racial, discriminatory, or sex-oriented joking or epithets. Such conduct does not advance the purpose of our Company. It is also morally wrong and may subject the Company to legal exposure. You are required to report all incidents of harassment and, if you are a supervisor, you are required to maintain a workplace free of harassment. As a supervisor, you must discuss this policy with the people who work for you and advise them that they should not tolerate insulting, degrading or offensive treatment.

If you are a supervisor, you shall not advise, threaten or insinuate, either explicitly or implicitly, that an employee's refIndial to submit to sexual advances will adversely affect the employee's employment, evaluation, wages, advancement, assigned duties, shifts or any other condition of employment or career development or promise or threaten that participating in or submitting to such conduct will enhance the terms or conditions of their employment. To the contrary, you must tell employees that employment decisions are made without regard to personal relationships and no one is required to tolerate harassing behavior to obtain or retain any position or benefit. If any of your supervisors act in any way that is contrary to the above policy, you are required to report it.

The following are examples of prohibited conduct: Verbal: Sexual innuendoes, degrading words, suggestive comments, jokes of a sexual nature, sexual propositions, threats, etc. Non-Verbal: Sexually suggestive objects or pictures, graphic commentaries, suggestive or insulting sounds, leering, whistling, obscene gestures. Physical: Unwanted physical contact, including touching, pinching, brushing up against the body, coerced sexual intercourse, assault or comments about such behavior. Sexual harassment may be overt or subtle; verbal, non-verbal or physical. Regardless of its nature, the Company will not tolerate sexual harassment.

If you believe that you were subjected to sexual harassment, you are encouraged to follow these guidelines:

  • Report the harassment to your immediate supervisor as soon as possible. Your supervisor should listen and investigate the problem, and provide you with an answer in a timely fashion. If your complaint is not satisfactorily resolved by your supervisor, or you believe it would be improper or unproductive to discuss the issue with your supervisor, you should consider one of the other steps set forth below.
  • If speaking with your supervisor doesn't result in satisfactory resolution of the situation or you believe that it wouldn't be helpful, promptly bring your complaint to the attention of the department head. The department head will discuss the problem with you and with your supervisor if the department head believes the supervisor's input is required. The department head should provide you with a timely response.
  • If you are not satisfied with the answer provided by the department head or if you chose not discuss the problem with your supervisor and/or the department head, you must report the problem to the Director of Human Resources. When the Director of Human Resources receives a report of an incident of sexual harassment, the Director of Human Resources is required to notify the General Counsel and the Chief Financial Officer of the Company. The Chief Financial Officer and/or General Counsel will discuss the matter with you and either the Chief Financial Officer and/or the Director of Human Resources should provide you with a timely response.
  • If you have not received a satisfactory response to a report of sexual harassment within five days after speaking with either your supervisor, department head, the Human Resources Department or Company Counsel, you should immediately contact , the Company's Ethics Officer. Alternatively, you may report instances of harassment using the number established by the Company for that purpose. (See "IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CODE-Reporting of Violations," below.)

Should you make a sexual harassment complaint, the Company will ensure that you will be protected from any form of retaliation. If the Company determines that a complaint is valid, it will take appropriate measures in response. Consequently, if you engage in this type of prohibited conduct you will be subject to disciplinary action, up to and including termination.

XIV. COMMERCIAL TRANSACTIONS

You have an obligation to deal with the Company's distributors, customers, suppliers, consultants and competitors in a consistently legal, fair, and honorable manner. All contractual arrangements and transactions with third parties, such as distributors, customers, suppliers or consultants, must be formalized in a written contract or purchase order which provides for services that are in fact to be performed, and for reasonable fees. No commission payment shall be made in excess of those required in the ordinary course of business, and such payments shall be made strictly in accordance with the Company's approval process. Neither the Company nor any employee shall make any payment for the benefit of any supplier, customer, distributor, or other person for the purpose of inducing that person to act against the interest of his or her employer.

XV. HEALTH AND SAFETY LAWS

The Company is committed to providing its employees with a safe and healthy work environment. You shall comply with all applicable occupational health and safety laws and regulations.

XVI. ANTITRUST LAWS

The Company has consistently maintained a policy of strict compliance with all aspects of the anti-trust laws. The anti-trust laws govern the Company's conduct and transactions in dealing with competitors, customers and suppliers. Severe criminal and civil penalties may be imposed on the Company and on its employees if an employee authorizes or participates in a violation of the anti-trust law. Therefore, it is important to understand and strictly follow this policy so the Company and its employees may avoid even the appearance of an anti-trust violation. In order to avoid activities that may raise inferences of a violation or result in allegations of a violation of antitrust laws, the following policies shall apply:

(1) no employee or officer shall enter into any understanding, agreement, plan, or scheme which he or she has reason to believe or has been advised by counsel for the Company is illegal under any of the antitrust laws. (2) no employee or officer shall exchange or discuss with any competitor information relating to Company prices or pricing policies, distribution policies, supplier or customer selection or classifications, credit policies, or any other similar competitive information. (3) no employee or officer shall knowingly participate in any formal or informal meetings with third parties at which agreements or understandings of the type described in Paragraph 1 are being made or at which information of the type described in Paragraph 2 is being exchanged or discussed.

XVII. ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS

It is the policy and practice of the Company to promote the protection of people and the environment. The Company's goal is to avoid creating any situation that may lead to unacceptable environmental, health, or safety hazards for employees, the public, or the environment. Accordingly, all employees of the Company, and all of its facilities and operations, shall comply with all applicable environmental laws, rules, and regulations, including those dealing with emissions to the atmosphere, discharges to surface or underground waters or publicly owned treatment works, drinking water supplies, solid and hazardous waste management, releases of hazardous substances, community emergency response planning, and toxic substances control.

XVIII. SECURITIES TRADING

Please refer to the Company's Policy on Insider Trading for a description of the Company's securities trading guidelines upon getting listed in the Public Domain.

XIX. IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CODE

A. Ethics Officer The Ethics Officer responsible for implementation of the Company's compliance program, including the Code. B. Questions Regarding the Code

    his or her manager; another managerial employee; or a Human Resources representative.

Questions may also be directed to Corporate Director of Human Resources, either in person OR in writing

C. Reporting of Violations If an employee knows of a violation or possible violation of the Code, the employee should immediately report it to:

    his or her manager; another managerial employee; or a Human Resources representative. the Corporate Governance and Nominating Committee of the Board of Directors, care of the Company; or within India dial BOARD line to be connected to an unrelated third-party who will take your complaint. Outside of India, dial your international operator and request to make a collect call from GRS International or any of its subsidiaries .

An employee may also report a violation or possible violation of the Code directly to the Corporate Director of Human Resources, the General Counsel or the Chief Financial Officer. Any manager or human resources representative receiving such a report must, when appropriate, immediately advise the Corporate Director of Human Resources, the General Counsel or Chief Financial Officer. There shall be no reprisals for good faith reporting of actual or possible violations of the Code.

D. Investigation of Violations

All reported violations of the Code will be promptly investigated by the Company and will be treated confidentially to the extent consistent with the Company's interests and as required by law. All investigations by the Company of wrongdoing will be directed by the Corporate Director of Human Resources. You are expected to cooperate in the investigation of an alleged violation of the Code. If the result of the investigation indicated that corrective action is required, the Company will decide what steps it should take, including, when appropriate, legal proceedings, to rectify the problem and avoid the likelihood of its recurrence.

E. Discipline for Violations

Disciplinary actions may be taken for:

  • Authorization or participation in actions that violate the Code.
  • Failure to report a violation of the Code.
  • to cooperate in the investigation of a violation of the Code.
  • Failure by a violator's supervisor(s) to detect and report a violation of the Code, if such failure reflects inadequate supervision or lack of oversight.
  • Retaliation against an individual for reporting a possible violation of the Code in good faith. Disciplinary action may, when appropriate, include termination.

Waivers of the Code

The Company's Board of Directors shall review and approve:

  • Any change or waiver of the Code for the Company's executive officers or directors; and
  • Any disclosure made on Form 8-K or on the Company's website regarding such change or waiver

The Company shall promptly disclose waivers of the Code as required by law or regulation.

G. Acknowledgment

The Company requires that all employees, officers and directors sign an acknowledgment confirming that they have received and read the Code and understand it.