CONSUMER PROTECTION LAW AND CONSUMER AWARENESS AMONG RURAL CONSUMERS IN THE GANDHINAGAR DISTRICT
Keywords:Consumer, Consumer Protection, Consumer Awareness, Consumer law
The goal of this study is to look into rural consumer protection awareness and the lack of consumer protection awareness in rural areas in the Gandhinagar district. To test the veracity of this broad statement about consumer protection awareness that is frequently stated in day-to-day operations. Consumer protection law arose from and is still an element of consumerism. This study aimed to determine the amount of consumer protection awareness among rural consumers, as well as the level of awareness of consumer protection technology among rural customers and the sources of information for building consumer protection awareness.
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