Consumer Rights MCQ Questions for Class 10 Social Science Chapter 5 with Answers

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MCQ Questions for Class 10 Social Science India and the Contemporary World Part- Economics

Q1. When is ‘National Consumers’ Day’ celebrated in India?

(i) 26th January
(ii) 22nd October
(iii) 24th December
(iv) 25th December

(iii) 24th December

Q2. I.S.I. mark can be seen on which of the following items ?

(i) Jewellery
(ii) Edible oil
(iii) Electrical applicances
(iv) Cereals

(iii) Electrical applicances

Q3. The Consumer Protection Act is popularly known as:

(i) COPRA
(ii) CORPA
(iii) CORAP
(iv) COPAR

(i) COPRA

Q4. Which one of the following does not provide certificate of standardization in India?

(i) ISI
(ii) Agmark
(iii) Hallmark
(iv) COPRA

(iv) COPRA

Q5. What can be the maximum claim amount at the district level of the consumer court?

(i) Less than ₹1 lakh
(ii) ₹1 crore
(iii) Upto ₹20 lakhs
(iv) Above ₹1 crore

(iii) Upto ₹20 lakhs

Q6. A shopkeeper insists that you buy guide with your NCERT textbook. Which right of the consumer is being violated ?

(i) Right to be informed
(ii) Right to choose
(iii) Right to information
(iv) Right to safety

(ii) Right to choose

Q7. The Consumer International has 240 organisations from how many of the given counties:

(i) 100
(ii) 200
(iii) 300
(iv) 400

(i) 100

Q8. When did United Nations adopt the UN Guidelines for Consumer Protection?

(i) 1985
(ii) 1990
(iii) 1995
(iv) 1999

(i) 1985

Q9. When was the ‘Right to Information’ Act passed?

(i) October 2005
(ii) March 2006
(iii) December 2007
(iv) September 2003

(i) October 2005

Q10. On which one of the following items is I.S.I. used as a logo ?

(i) L.P.G. cylinder
(ii) Jewellery
(iii) Gold
(iv) Agricultural products

(i) L.P.G. cylinder

Q11. Recently, India has witnessed an upsurge in the number of:

(i) Political parties
(ii) Political leaders
(iii) Consumer rights
(iv) Consumer groups

(iv) Consumer groups

Q12. Hallmark’ is used as a logo for which one of the following?

(i) Agricultural products
(ii) Jewellery
(iii) Electrical goods
(iv) Electronic goods

(ii) Jewellery

Q13. When was the Consumer Protection Act passed in India?

(i) 1968
(ii) 1986
(iii) 1984
(iv) 1976

(ii) 1986

Q14. In which one of the following courts a consumer should file a case if he/she is exploited in the market ?

(i) Local court
(ii) State court
(iii) Supreme court
(iv) Consumer court

(iv) Consumer court

Q15. The district level courts deal with the cases involving claims upto:

(i) Rs 10 lakhs
(ii) Rs. 15 lakhs
(iii) Rs. 20 lakhs
(iv) none of the above

(iii) Rs. 20 lakhs

Q16. Which one of the following days is being observed as ‘National Consumers Day’ in India?

(i) 24 December
(ii) 25 December
(iii) 10 December
(iv) 31 december

(i) 24 December

Q17. Which of the following is not a function of Consumer Protection Councils?

(i) To create awareness of consumer rights among consumers.
(ii) To guide consumers on how to file cases in consumer courts.
(iii) To provide compensation to consumers when they are cheated by shopkeepers.
(iv) To represent consumers in Consumer Courts at times.

(iii) To provide compensation to consumers when they are cheated by shopkeepers.

Q18. Which of the following agencies develops ‘standards for goods and services’ in India ?

(i) National Consumer Court
(ii) Consumer Protection Councils
(iii) Bureau of Indian Standards
(iv) District Consumer Courts

(iii) Bureau of Indian Standards

Q19. Today, there are more than consumer groups in the country:

(i) 400
(ii) 500
(iii) 600
(iv) 700

(iv) 700

Q20. Which of the following is not a right of consumers?

(i) Right to safety
(ii) Right to be informed
(iii) Right to choose
(iv) Right to constitutional remedies

(iv) Right to constitutional remedies

Q21. Rules and regulations are needed for producing and selling goods in order:

(i) To promote the market
(ii) To fulfil the demands
(iii) To promote development
(iv) None of the above

(iii) To promote development

Q22. Who amongst the following is protected through rules and regulations in the market place?

(i) The shopkeepers
(ii) The manufactures
(iii) The consumers
(iv) The suppliers

(iii) The consumers

Q23. Who can seek information under the RTI Act, 2005?

(i) A group of persons
(ii) An individual citizen
(iii) A registered company
(iv) An association / society

(ii) An individual citizen

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