Core Values



            Human Rights in India is an issue complicated by the country's large size & population, widespread poverty, lack of proper education & its diverse culture, even though being the world's largest sovereign, secular, democratic republic. The Constitution of India provides for Fundamental rights, which include freedom of religion. Clauses also provide for freedom of speech, as well as separation of executive and judiciary and freedom of movement within the country and abroad. The country also has an independent judiciary and well as bodies to look into issues of human rights.


Consumer is the king of today’s market and his rights and responsibilities should be protected. Lack of information is one tool that sellers take advantage of while selling a product.

Through consumer rights awareness people tries to understand the product they intent to purchase. Overcharging, adulteration and under weighing are considered as punishable acts and consumers should go against such activities. Through consumer rights awareness people are more aware about their rights and are more alert, responsible and environmental friendly. When consumer awareness increases producers and sellers forced to produce and sell quality products to the consumers. Fundamental consumer rights are- right of equality, right of privacy, right to choose, right to disclosure of information, right to fair and responsible marketing, right to fair and honest dealing, right to fair, just and reasonable terms, right to fair value, good quality and safety.