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The broad objective of TULA is creating awareness among consumers, especially amongst students and academic community about their rights; introducing students to the evolution of the consumer rights movement; imparting education on making judicious decisions regarding services and goods, and on legal provisions available. We are proud of the fact that TULA is one of the only two consumer clubs existing in all the colleges of Delhi University. TULA has been playing a pioneering role in developing consumer awareness through a series of activities. The first issue of its annual magazine Santulan was launched in 2008-09. Activities organized epitomize the relevance and vibrancy of TULA. These include mock consumer courts, inter college painting and nukkad natak competitions in addition to lectures, workshops and advocacy campaigns on consumer awareness. During the session 2015-16 TULA organized a talk on Kautilya's Arthashastra by Prof. Radhakrishnan Pillai, author of Corporate Chanakya and a seminar on Women and the Digital World by Sanjay Maini, Legal Advisor, British High Commissioner