To promote a strong consumer movement in rural area of the district 20 nos. of consumer clubs has been setup in to extend non-formal pro-active system of imparting consumer education to the school children by involving them in various consumer welfare and consumer welfare protection activities by setting up consumer clubs.
•    To educate children about the rights of the Consumers as provided in the Consumer Protection Act, 1986
•    To mobilize youngsters by instilling in them the spirit of protection of Consumer Rights
•    To impart knowledge about the role of Consumer movement in the Country.
(i)    A Consumer Club will have a minimum of 50 members, particularly interested in the welfare and protection of Consumers and willing to dedicate time and efforts on regular basis towards cause. 
(ii)    There shall be only one Consumer Club in a school. There is no upper limit on the number of members that club can have.
(iii)    Each Consumer Club shall be in the charge of an active Teacher in the concerned school under the supervision of Headmaster.