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HT Schools: Students make posters on consumer rights

The main objective of the activity was to create awareness among the students in the areas of consumer rights, duties, and responsibilities of consumers and the role of individuals as consumers in society.

ht-school Updated: Sep 28, 2020, 22:20 IST
HT Correspondent
HT Correspondent
Hindustan Times, Chandigarh
A student of Ryan International School, Mohali, making a poster.
A student of Ryan International School, Mohali, making a poster.

A poster-making activity was organised for students of Class 10 of Ryan International School, Mohali.

The main objective of the activity was to create awareness among the students in the areas of consumer rights, duties, and responsibilities of consumers and the role of individuals as consumers in society.

They also came up with various slogans on the topic. Teachers made them understand the importance of consumer protection.

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