NCDRC Cause List: The National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC), India is a quasi-judicial commission in India which was set up in 1988 under the Consumer Protection Act of 1986. Its head office is in New Delhi. The commission is headed by a sitting or retired judge of the Supreme Court of India.The commission is presently headed by Justice R K Agrawal, former judge of the Supreme Court of India.
Section 21 of Consumer Protection Act, 1986 posits that the National Consumer shall have jurisdiction:- to entertain a complaint valued more than one crore and also have Appellate and Revisional jurisdiction from the orders of State Commissions or the District fora as the case may be Section 23 of Consumer Protection Act, 1986, provides that any person aggrieved by an order of NCDRC, may prefer an Appeal against such order to Supreme Court of India within a period of 30 days. NCDRC Cause List is given below.
NCDRC Cause List
Complete process to check National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission NCDRC cause list is given below step by step.
Step 1 : Visit National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission official website http://ncdrc.nic.in/.
Step 2 : At home page, go to cause list and click on "NCDRC Cause List".
Step 3 : Direct Link http://cms.nic.in/ncdrcusersWeb/causelist.do?method=loadCauseListViewPub.
Step 4 : NCDRC Cause List Service page will open as shown below.
Step 5 : Select Date, Commission / State, Cause List and click on "Search" button to check NCDRC Cause List.
NCDRC Cause Status
Process to check NCDRC cause status is given below step by step.
Step 1 : Visit NCDRC official website http://ncdrc.nic.in.
Step 2 : At home page, click on "Case Status" link.
Step 3 : Direct Link http://cms.nic.in/ncdrcusersWeb/login.do?method=caseStatus.
Step 4 : NCDRC Cause Status page will open as shown below.
Step 5 : Select option NCDRC / State Commission / District Forum and enter Captcha code then fill the cause details and click on "Search" button to check cause status.
NCDRC Cause Enquiry
National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission cause enquiry can be check by SMS and SMS case enquiry process is given below.
Type <CONFONET><Space><0/0/case No> and send to +91 7738299899
Example :- CONFONET 0/0/RP/1/2015
Right To Information ACT 2005 Details
|(i)||The particulars of its organization functions and duties.||The National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission has been set up under|
Consumer Protection Act, 1986 for better protection of interest of the
Consumers. It is a quasi-judicial body consisting of President & 11
Members. The Commission has three types of jurisdiction i.e. Original,
Appellate & Revisional. It has been
receiving complaints, Appeals & Revision Petitions from the consumers
from all over the country. The National Commissions has been functioning as
per the provisions laid down in the Consumer Protection Act, 1986.
|(ii)||The Powers and duties of its officers and employees||Being a quasi-judicial body, the nature of work in the Commission is different from|
other Government Departments. Even the Central Government or any State
Government can file a Complaint in the Consumer Commissions as they are
covered by the definition of “Complainant” as defined in Section 2(b)(iii) of
the Act. The Complaints Appeals & Revision Petitions are being received
& processed under the supervision of the Registrar by the officers and
staff members of the National Commission for placing the same before Honorable
Benches for hearing. Besides, the staff posted in Administration Section is
looking after the administrative work of the National Commission.Section 24 B – The National Commission shall have administrative control over all the
State Commissions in the matters enumerated under Section 24-B of the
Consumer Protection Act, 1986.
|(iii)||The procedure followed in the decision making process, including channels of|
supervision and accountability
|The National Commission is a quasi-judicial body and all the decisions in|
Consumer Complaints/Appeals & Revision Petitions are taken by the Honorable
Benches, constituted by the Honorable President with one or more Members as the
President may deem fit and are being decided as per the provisions of the Consumer
Protection Act, 1986.Under Section 23 of the Act, a consumer can file an Appeal before the Honorable
Supreme Court of India against the decision of the National Commission.
As regards the administrative matters the President of the Commission has been declared
norms set by it for the discharge of its functions;
Central Govt. has notified Consumer Protection Rules, 1987 as well as
Regulations, 2005 providing therein the norms for filing of cases.
Accordingly, Commission is discharging its quasi-judicial functions within
the purview of the said Rules & Regulations. The officers and other
employees are governed by the service rules applicable to Central Government
rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records held by its employees
for discharging its functions
regards Rules & Regulations, the Central Government has already notified
Consumer Protection Rules, 1987 and the National Commission has notified the
Regulations with prior consent of the Central Government under Section 30A of
Consumer Protection Act, 1986. They are public documents and can be accessed
from the website of the Commission.
statement of the categories of documents that are held by it or under its control;
regards categories of documents that are held by the Commission, it is stated
that the Commission has been receiving complaints, Appeals and Revision
Petitions from consumers and they are the main documents in the forms of
cases under its control.
particulars of any arrangement that exist for consultation with, or
representation by the members of the public in relation to the formulation of
its policy or implementation thereof;
statement of the boards, councils, committees & other bodies consisting
of two or more persons constituted as its part or for the purpose of its
advice, and as to whether meetings of those boards, councils, committees and
other bodies are open to the public, or the minutes of such meetings are
accessible for public;
directory of its officers and employees;
containing the addresses & telephone numbers of NCDRC, State Commissions
& District Commissions spread all over the country including their
officers and employees has already been placed on the website of
the National Commission i.e www.ncdrc.nic.in.
monthly remuneration received by each Of its officers and employees,
including the system of compensation as provided in its regulations;
officers and employees of the Commission are in receipt of the monthly pay
& allowances as are applicable to the Central Government officers and
budget allocated to each of its agency, indicating the particulars of all
plans, proposed expenditures and reports on disbursements made.
of Consumer Affairs is allocating the budget to the National Commission and
the same is available in the Demands for Grants of the Department of Consumer
Affairs, Government of India.
manner of execution of subsidy programmes,
including the amounts allocated and the details of beneficiaries of
of recipients of concessions, permits of authorizations granted by it
in respect of the information, available to or held by it, reduced in an
relevant information of the Consumer Protection Act, Rules, Regulations,
general information regarding listing of cases and important orders passed by
the National Commission are available on its website i.e
particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining information,
including the working hours of a library of reading room, if maintained for
National Commission launched its website i.e www.ncdrc.nic.in
in the year 2002 and the following information is available on its website:-
a) Consumer Protection Act, 1986
b) Consumer Protection Rules, 1987
c) Consumer Protection Regulations, 2005
d) General information
e) Procedure for filing of cases before National
f) Statistics regarding filing, disposal &
pendency of cases
g) Calendar of sittings
i) Link sites – Dept.
Of Consumer Affairs/Supreme Court./High Courts.
j) Addresses of State Commissions & District Commissions,
k) Important orders of the NCDRC.
regards the Library or reading room is concerned, due to shortage of office
space the Commission is not in a position to set up a separate library for
public. However, a small library has already been set up by the Commission
for the Honorable President, Members and its staff.
names, designations and other particulars of the Public Information Officers
names and designations of the Appellate Authority and CPIOs appointed under
Right to Information Act, 2005 are as under:-
Mr. Iqbal Ahmed - Appellate Authority
Mr. Rajesh Nath - CPIO (CC)
Mr. R. M. Naidu -
Mrs. M. Durga
Devi - Nodal Officer & Assistant Registrar CPIO (24B)
Mrs. Sunita R. Anand - CPIO
(FA) Assistant Registrar
Mr. L. N. Arora - CPIO (G.A. & Estt.) Section Officer
Mr. Dharmender Singh – CPIO (Listing) Section Officer
Mr. Satyabrata Nanda - CPIO (IT)
Mr. Balak Ram - CPIO (RP)
Court Master (NS)
10. Mr. Yatinder Kr. Sakkarwal - ACPIO
other information as may be prescribed; thereafter update these
publications every year.