- Right to be protected against marketing of goods which are hazardous to life and property.
- The rights to be informed about the quantity, quality, potency, purity, standard and price of goods to protect the consumers against unfair trade practices.
- Right to be assured, wherever possible, access to an authority of goods at competitive prices.
- Right to be heard and to be assured that consumers interests will receive due consideration at appropriate forums.
- Right to seek redressal against unfair trade practices or unscrupulous exploitation of consumers.
- Right to consumer education.
One of the primary objectives of Silk Mark is to protect the interests of consumers. In order to ensure high security, a fusion label embedded with nano particles, has been introduced. This form of labelling method makes the label printed on the product and unlike the paper hang tags cannot be removed and affixed on another product.
Silk Mark Organisation Of India (SMOI) is an initiative of Central Silk Board (CSB), Ministry of Textiles, Government of India.
SMOI has Competent Textile Technologists, who are well experienced in Silk Industry and Trade. SMOI Corporate Office is headquartered in Bangalore and has thirteen Silk Mark Offices across the country.
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