“Awareness through Art”,On the Spot Painting Competition on Consumer Rights, New Delhi
18/12/2012 | New Delhi
The National Consumer Week was flagged off with the “Awareness through Art” over 272 students participated from various schools of NCR Delhi in the Painting Competition on Consumer Rights.The competition focused on the detrimental effects of smuggled, counterfeit and fake goods on the health and safety of consumers, with specific topics like, “Say no to Fakes”, and “Does Black Money encourage crime in society?” The paintings by the students also brought to fore the steps, which can be taken by consumers to avoid being duped into purchasing these fake products, with topics like “Buying a product without receipt—Sensible or Dangerous” and “Be responsible: Insist on a bill”. The paintings by the students also brought to fore the steps, which can be taken by consumers to avoid being duped into purchasing these fake products. All the participating students were awarded certificates. Cash prizes were awrded to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd prize winners by Smt. Renu Agrawala.
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