The objective is to understand the awareness of ‘The Consumer Protection Act’ and its effective execution to uphold the rights of the consumers amongst the graduate educated masses. Every human being is a ‘Consumer’. The consumer impacts and in turn is impacted by every economic decision whether taken by an individual or a group of people. The consumer is representative in every section of society with no distinction of class, caste, sex, profession, business, service etc. The term consumer is an inclusive definition “Since for a living we provide our, services, our entrepreneur skills, to generate products, services that have economic value i.e., demand. This results in generation of revenue resources for ourselves, improves our economic ability to place demand for goods & services that have potential to improve our life style. This ultimately results to Consumerism . This paper provided an outline of the context of the consumer protection in India, along with some significant rulings from the Supreme Court.