1. Under the consumer Protection Act, 1986, there is a ________________ quasi judicial consumer dispute redressal machinery for solving the complaints of the consumers.
(Two-tier, Five – tier, Three – tier)
2. In the modern competitive market, consumer is regarded as the ___________
(King, Agency, Superintendent)
3. A District Forum can entertain the claims up to Rs. ________________
(10 lakh, 20 lakh, 1 crore)
4. State Consumer Redressal Commission is popularly known as ___________
(National Commission, State Commission, District Forum)
5. The President of State Commission is ____________
(District Court Judge, Supreme Court Judge, High Court Judge)
6. Amendments were introduced to Consumer Protection Act in the year 1993 and ________________
(1998, 2000, 2002)
7. Any person who does not agree with the decision of State Commission can appeal to the _______________
(Supreme Court, High Court, National Commission)
8. Right to _________________ restricts monopolistic tendencies in the market.
(information, choose, safety)
9. The Government has established ________________ to settle the consumer disputes by compromise.
(Lok Adalat, District Forum, Supreme Court)
10. National Commission has _________________ members in addition to the president.
(2, 3, 4)