• 1.  Why do we need to have set rules and regulations for consumer rights?

  • To protect and promote the interest of the consumers against unethical and unfair trade practices.
  • To bring discipline in the country.
  • To provide police protection to consumers during a dispute with the sellers.
  • Its aim is to make all the sellers fair and honest.
  • 2.  When was the Consumer Protection Act passed in India?

  • 1968
  • 1986
  • 1984
  • 1976
  • 3.  In which year did the United Nations adopt the guidelines for consumer protection?

  • 1960
  • 1988
  • 1985
  • 1999
  • 4.  When was the 'Right to Information' Act passed?

  • October 2005
  • March 2006
  • December 2007
  • September 2003
  • 5.  What was the cause of the rise of consumer movement?

  • The movement started to help consumers to form a group to protest against price rise.
  • The movement grew out of consumers dissatisfaction due to unfair practices of sellers.
  • The movement grew out of the satisfaction enjoyed by the consumers for fair practices of the sellers.
  • The movement was started to help the sellers to promote their own interest and cheat consumers.
  • 6.  What can be the maximum claim amount at the district level of the consumer court?

  • Less than ₹1 lakh
  • ₹1 crore
  • Upto ₹20 lakhs
  • Above ₹1 crore
  • 7.  Which one of the following does not provide certificate of standardization in India?

  • ISI
  • Agmark
  • Hallmark
  • COPRA
  • 8.  When is 'National Consumers' Day' celebrated in India?

  • 26th January
  • 22nd October
  • 24th December
  • 25th December
  • 9.  The quasi-judicial machinery set up at the highest level for redressal of consumer disputes is:

  • The District Forum
  • The State Consumer Commission
  • Consumers International
  • National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission
  • 10.  What was the name given to the agency at the global level for the protection of consumer rights?

  • Consumer Court of Justice
  • International Consumer Forum
  • Consumers Commission
  • Consumers International
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