NCERT Class 10 Social Science Economics Solutions: Chapter 5-Consumer Rights Part 3 (For CBSE, ICSE, IAS, NET, NRA 2022)

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NCERT Class 10 Economics Chapter 5: Consumer Rights

Question 12:

Match the following.

Match the Following (Q)
  1. Availing details of ingredients of a product
  • Right to safety
  • Agmark
  • Dealing with consumer cases
  • Accident due to faulty engine in a scooter
  • Certification of edible oil and cereals
  • District Consumer Court
  • Agency that develops standards for goods and services
  • Consumers International
  • Right to information
  • Bureau of Indian Standards
  • Global level institution of consumer welfare organisation

Answer:

Match the Following (A)
  1. Availing details of ingredients of a product
E. Right to information
  1. Agmark
C. Certification of edible oil and cereals
  1. Accident due to faulty engine in a scooter
A. Right to safety
  1. District Consumer Court
B. Dealing with consumer cases
  1. Consumers International
F. Global level institution of consumer welfare organisation
  1. Bureau of Indian Standards
D. Agency that develops standards for goods and services

Question 13:

Say True or False.

  1. COPRA applies only to goods.
  2. India is one of the many countries en the world which has exclusive courts for consumer redressal.
  3. When a consumer feels that he has been exploited, he must file a case in the District Consumer Court.
  4. It is worthwhile to move to consumer courts only if the damages incurred are of high value.
  5. Hallmark is the certification maintained for standardization of jewelry.
  6. The consumer redressal process is very simple and quick.
  7. A consumer has the right to get compensation depending on the degree of the damage.

Answer:

  1. COPRA applies only to goods. (False)
  2. India is one of the many countries en the world which has exclusive courts for consumer redressal. (True)
  3. When a consumer feels that he has been exploited, he must file a case in the District Consumer Court. (True)
  4. It is worthwhile to move to consumer courts only if the damages incurred are of high value. (True)
  5. Hallmark is the certification maintained for standardization of jewelry. (True)
  6. The consumer redressal process is very simple and quick. (False)
  7. A consumer has the right to get compensation depending on the degree of the damage. (True)

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