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Markets and Consumers in INDIA

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  1. 1. Consumer Awareness -Dhruv Singh VII C
  2. 2. Markets Markets are a place where traders set up their shops for local people to come and buy their stuff according to their requirement in less money as compared to other places. There are 2 types of markets. – 1. Weekly Market 2. Mall, Shopping centres
  3. 3. Weekly Market A weekly market is a market that is set up on a specific day of the week. Most of the time, it is on Tuesday or Thursday. It is not a permanent market. The sellers arrive early in the morning and set up the stalls by noon and then start to sell and usually pack up at night by 10pm. This type of market is locally known as ‘Mandi’.
  4. 4. Mall, Shopping Centres These days in urban areas, where we have large, multi-storeyed, airconditioned buildings with markets inside called ‘Malls ’ In these places, you can get branded items as well as unbranded/local items. However, mainly only rich and upper middle class people usually buy from malls due to the prices being high in malls than other places.
  5. 5. What exactly is Consumer Awareness? • Consumer Awareness is an act of making sure the buyer or consumer is aware of the information about products, goods, services, and consumers rights. Consumer awareness is important so that buyer can take the right decision, make the right choice and to avoid making mistakes and inconvenience in the future. Consumers have the right to information, to choose and to safety.
  6. 6. What are Consumer Courts? Consumer Court is a special purpose court in India. It primarily deals with consumer-related disputes, conflicts, and grievances. The court holds hearings to adjudicate these disputes. Some types of consumer courts are – • District Consumer Dispute Redressal Forum (DCDRF) • State Consumer Dispute Redressal Commission (SCDRC) • National Consumer Dispute Redressal Commission (NCDRC)
  7. 7. Where are these Consumer Courts In India? The NCDRC is located in the Kidwai Nagar area of New Delhi The SCDRC of Uttar Pradesh is in the Gomti Nagar area of Lucknow The DCDRF of Ghaziabad is in Ghaziabad.
  8. 8. How can we move to the consumer court? STEP 1: Intimation via Notice: ... STEP 2: Get the Consumer Complaint Drafted: ... STEP 3: Attach Relevant Documents: ... STEP 4: Appropriate Forum: ... STEP 5: Pay Requisite Court Fees: ... STEP 6: Submit an Affidavit:
  9. 9. What is the Role of Consumer Courts? The roles of consumer courts is to solve disputes related to consumers, trading, wholesale trading ad money distribution. A consumer or seller can file a case against the seller or consumer if they are exploited or cheated on.
  10. 10. What are the various rights of consumers? • The consumers have rights for three things – i. INFORMATION ii. SAFTEY iii. TO CHOOSE
  11. 11. THANK YOU

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