Project on Consumer Awareness

WHO IS A CONSUMER ?

A consumer is one that buys goods for consumption or utilisation and not for resale or commercial purposes. He/she is an individual who pays some amount of money for the product. You, I and we are all consumed!

CONSUMER EXPLOITATION

When a consumer is cheated in any way, either by the shopkeeper or the producer by giving poor quality or adulterated food or goods or by charging more price for a commodity is a service. It is called consumer exploitation.

CONSUMER EXPLOITATION

  • High prices of goods
  • Substandard quality
  • Adulterated and impure products
  • False claims

CONSUMER AWARENESS

Consumer awareness is a need of the present day. Since we are inspired to buy different products through advertisement but many of them are not qualitative products. In this age of capitalism and globalisation, the main objective of each producer is to maximise his profit. Therefore in fulfilment of their aim, they target the interest of consumers and start exploiting them by overcharging under weighing selling adulterated goods, false advertisement and claims. Thus in order to save himself from being cheated, it is necessary for a consumer to be aware. In this way, consumer awareness means creating awareness of a consumer towards his rights and duties.

ITS NEED AND IMPORTANCE

It has been observed often that a consumer does not get goods and services in the right manner. He is charged a very high price or adulterated low-quality goods are sold to him. Therefore it is necessary to make him aware of his rights and duties.

NEED OF MAKING CONSUMER AWARE

  • TO ACHIEVE MAXIMUM SATISFACTION
    A person gets full satisfaction only by limited adjustment it is necessary that he should get the goods which are measured approximately and he should not be cheated.
  • PROTECTION AGAINST EXPLOITATION
    Producers and sellers through their advertisement mislead the consumers. Consumer awareness shields them from the exploitation by these producers and seller
  • CONTROL OVER CONSUMPTION OF HARMFUL PRODUCTS
    The consumer education and awareness motivate people not to purchase goods like tobacco, liquor which cause harm to some consumers
  • MOTIVATION FOR SAVING
    The awareness contents people from wastage of money and extravagancy and inspire them to take right decision
  • CONSTRUCTION OF HEALTHY SOCIETY
    Every member of the society is a consumer. So if the consumer is aware and rationale then complete society becomes healthy and alert towards the rights
  • KNOWLEDGE REGARDING SOLUTION OF PROBLEM
    Through consumer awareness consumers are made known to the processing of lanes so that they can save their problems.

CONSUMER RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITY

Consumer rights is an insight into what rights consumer holds when it comes to the seller who provides the goods what if the goods provided to the consumer by the business is not up to the standard? Then in that case-what should a consumer do? to be precise, what rights consumers have is in the court of law to fight against the malpractices of the business firms or sellers.

CONSUMER RIGHTS

The definition of consumer rights is the right to have information about the quality, potency, quantity, price and standard goods and services as it may be the care but the consumer is to protect against any unfair practices of the trade. It is very essential for the consumers to know these rights. Consumers have the right to buy goods and commodities from the market generally a consumer has got following rights for buying products.

  • RIGHT TO SAFETY
    This is essential for the producers that they should obey the rules related to the safety of consumers the reason is if the producers are not obeyed safety rules then the consumer may have to bear a big risk.
  • RIGHT TO CHOOSE
    A consumer has the right to select any goods or services when he buys it. A legal action can be taken if the seller pressurizes you to buy that thing what you do not want to buy.
  • RIGHT TO BE INFORMED
    It is necessary to product important information because consumer are given the right to obtain information about things and services which they buy.

RIGHTS OF A CONSUMER

  • The RIGHT to satisfaction of basic needs: to have access to basic essential goods and services adequate food clothing shelter health care education and sanitization
  • The RIGHT to be informed : to be given the facts needed to make an informed choice and to be protected against dishonest or misleading advertising and labelling
  • The RIGHT to get truthful and honest information about the goods and services which are purchased.

CONSUMER RIGHTS

  • RIGHT TO INFORMATION
    This law provides the right to get the information about consumers education.
  • RIGHT TO REDRESSAL
    The consumer have right to redressal against the expectation

REDRESSAL METHOD

  1. Explore all the options you may have at your disposal.
  2. Put all relevant documentation with company in order.
  3. Connect with other victims of the scam along with you.
  4. From a group and file a case against that particular company.
  5. File a case with the concerned regular if the form down slitters.

JAGO GRAHAK JAGO

  • Fight For your Right
  • Always buy product mark items.
  • Don’t give more than M.R.P.
  • Always take bill of every item.
  • Always see expiry and manufacture date
  • Do prefer branded items.
  • Do bargaining on M.R.P.
  • If require complain consumer court.

CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT

IN 1986 the consumer protection act was passed by the government of India. It is famous as COPRA the main objective of this act is to decide the complaints of the consumers immediately and to make legal processings easy a three-tier judiciary system has been established under COPRA at the district state and national levels to resolve disputes of consumers.

WORLD CONSUMER RIGHTS DAY 15TH OF MARCH

It is a day market to raise global awareness about consumer rights and needs the consumer movement first market that day in 1983 and now uses the day every year to mobilise action on important issues & campaigns.

JAGO GRAHAK JAGO

WAKE UP CUSTOMER

JAGO GRAHAK JAGO

Jago bGrahak Jago programme was launched in 2005 it is a consumer awareness programme that educates people about their rights as a consumer. Jago Grahak Jago means to wake up consumer i.e. he/she should know about his/her consumer rights

An enlighted consumer is an empowered consumer

JAGO GRAHAK JAGO

  1. Demand your rights
  2. Focus on quality
  3. Assert your rights pursue remedies
  4. Stay alert stay safe
  5. Buy it right

The government has been implementing this programme and an intensive multimedia campaign to create consumer awareness in Courtney. It aimed at helping the emergency of consumers irrespective of age socio-eco class or gender.

NATIONAL CONSUMER HELPLINE

A national consumer helpline has been set up by the ministry of consumers affairs. Government of India. Complaints can be registered online through the official websites. Complaints can also be registered through a national toll-free number or SMS can be sent by mentioning the name and city which help the consumers from exploitation and also make them aware.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

I would like to express my special thanks of gratitude to my teacher—well as our principal —who gave me the golden opportunity to do this wonderful project on the topic of Marketing Managements which also helped me in doing a lot of research and I came to know about so many new things. Secondly, I would also like to thank my parents and friends who helped me a lot in finalizing this project within a limited time.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

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