SW-ST-12 Welcome to your SW-ST-IR&PM NameEmailPhone Number1) Which of the following statement(s) about the Indian Labour Conference is/are true a) The code of Discipline was introduced by the ILC. b) The Minimum Wages Act, the Employee’s State Insurance Act, and the Employees’ Provident Fund Act were enacted due to the consensus reached on these issues in the ILC. c) The ILC defined the basis for calculation of Need-based Minimum Wage. A. Only (a) is true B. Only (b) is true C. Only (c) is true D.(a), (b) and (c) are true2) What is the time period within which the Grievance Redressal Committee Constituted under the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947, has to complete its proceedings on receipt of a written application by or on behalf of the aggrieved workmen A. Fifteen days B. Twenty-one days C. Thirty days D. Forty-five days3) What is not true about industrial relations policy in India A. Industrial relations in India is highly regulated by State Intervention. B. Industrial Relations policy in India tried to shift from courts to codes C. Tripartism has been a discernible policy shift in Industrial Relations. D. Free and compulsory collective bargaining has been encouraged by the relevant legislations in India.4) With the approval of which of the following authorities, an apprentice undergoing training in a factory may be allowed to work overtime under the Apprenticeship Act, 1961 A. Apprenticeship Advisor B. Labour Commissioner C. Chief Inspector of Factories D. Apprenticeship5) Who viewed trade unions as ‘moral institutions’ aiming at making the workers better individuals and responsible citizens A. Pt. Madan Mohan Malaviya B. Gopal krishna Gokhale C. Bal Gangadhar Tilak D. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi6) The period of limitation for an appeal to the High Court against the decision of the Employee’s Insurance Court under the provisions of the Employee’s State Insurance Act, 1948 is A. Thirty days B. Sixty days C. Forty-five days D. Ninety days7) The report of which of the following committees in India was instrumental in the enactment of the Employee’s State Insurance Act, 1948 A. Shiv Rao Committee B. B.P.Adarhar Committee C. Bhave Committee D. Rege Committee8) Under which part of the Indian Constitution, the basic foundation of Labour Legislations is found ? (a) The Preamble (b) The Fundamental Rights (c) The Directive Principles of State Policy A. Only (c) B. Only (a) C. Both (a) and (c) D. (a), (b) and (c)9) ‘Glass Ceiling’ is a phenomenon related to A. Solar energy Conservation system B. Office Autonomy system through transparency C. Gender Bias in Career progression D. Corporate Governance System10) What is the time period within which any fine imposed on any employee shall be recovered from the day on which it was imposed A. 150 days B. 90 days C. 100 days D. 120 days11) Which of the following care conventions of the ILO has not been ratified by India (A) Forced Labour Convention No. 29 (B) Abolition of Forced Labour Convention No. 105 (C) Minimum Age Convention No. 138 (D) Discrimination (Employment/Occupation) No. 11112) In general, what would be the maximum number of outsiders as office bearers of a registered trade union functioning in the organised sector A. Seven B. Ten C. Five D. Eight13) Under the provisions of the Factories Act, 1948, a safety committee is to be constituted in a factory where A. More than one thousand workers are employed B. Heavy machineries are utilised C. Hazardous substances are used D. Complex technology is used14) Which of the following types of conflicts is not individual level conflict A. Approach - Approach conflict B. Role conflict C. Approach - Avoidance conflict D. Vertical conflict15) Match the facilities to be provided depending upon the number of workers employed under the Factories Act, 1948. Facilities Required Number of Workers a. Shelter and rest rooms i. More than 500 workers b. Cool drinking water during hot weather ii. More than 250 workers c. Ambulance room iii. More than 150 workers d. Welfare officer iv. 500 or more workers Codes :a b c d (A) i iv iii ii (B) iii ii i iv (C) iv i ii iii (D) ii iii iv i16) Discharging or dismissing workmen by way of victimization is prohibited under which of the Schedules of the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 (A) Schedule – II (B) Schedule – IV (C) Schedule – V (D) Schedule – III17) Under which of the following circumstances, Voluntary Retirement Scheme can be proposed by a firm a. Recession in business b. Joint venture with foreign collaborators c. Takeover and merger d. Obsolescence of product or technology (A) Both a and b (B) a, c and d (C) a, b and d (D) a, b, c and d18) The ‘golden handshake’ means (A) Voluntary retirement (B) Suspension of employee (C) Shaking hand with newly appointed employee (D) The act of bribing19) The tendency of some people to work harder or perform better when they know that they are being observed is (A) Hawthorne Effect (B) Perceptual Bias (C) Attitude (D) Halo Effect20) Which of the following forms of industrial conflict are not legally approved a. Strike b. Gherao c. Lockout d. Go slow (A) Only a (B) a and b (C) b and c (D) b and dPlease fill in the comment box below.