Labour Law solved MCQs

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1. International Labour Organization is an agency of _________.

a. ibrd

B. un security council

c. international fund for agricultural development

d. united nations

2. Which of these is an unfair labour practice on part of the employer?

a. to incite or indulge in willful damage to employer’s property connected with the industry

B. to advise or actively support or instigate any strike deemed to be illegal

c. for a recognized union to refuse to bargain collectively in good faith with the employer

d. none of the above

3. Headquarters of International Labour Organisation is located in ________

a. geneva

B. rome

c. paris

d. tokyo

4. The ongoing globalization in the country needs reforms in our labour laws. The forces oppose changes in the existinglabour legislations is _______________.

a. government

B. labour and trade unions

c. employers’ associations

d. human rights’ commission

5. Agency of United Nations which deals with international labour standards and providing social protection and workingopportunities is ______________

a. international corporation of law

B. international law organization

c. international workforce recruiters

d. international labour organisation

6. Labour Policy highlights ________

a. creative measures to attract public and private investment

B. creating new jobs

c. employee-employer relationship

d. all of the above

7. _______________ was established as an agency of the League of Nations following the Treaty of Versailles.

a. iol

B. ilo

c. afl

d. un

8. Two broad categories of labour law.

a. first, collective labour law relates to the tripartite relationship between employee, employer and union

B. second, individual labour law concerns employees’ rights at work and through the contract for work

c. both (a) and (b)

d. neither (a) nor (b)

9. India is permanent member of ILO Governing Body since _______________.

a. 1922

B. 1969

c. 1972

d. 1991

10. Which of the following legislations apply to unorganised sector workers in India?

a. minimum wages act

B. child labour (prohibition and regulation) act, 1986

c. contract labour (regulation and abolition) act, 1970

d. all of the above

11. ILO overarching goal is _______________.

a. employment

B. high wages

c. education

d. decent work

12. India a _______________ member of ILO.

a. founding

B. only

c. sole

d. banned

13. In industries, it is important for the _______________ to concentrate in areas of harmony.

a. employers

B. public

c. committee

d. government

14. There were no restrictions on child labour till _______________ was implemented.

a. independence

B. labour law

c. commercial law

d. trade union act

15. Peace and harmony in organisation is very important for _____

a. gdp

B. economic development

c. manpower

d. none of the above

16. For peace and harmony in industries, there is need of _____

a. reward

B. punishment

c. law

d. none of the above

17. Labour issues are solved in _______________.

a. labour court

B. district court

c. high court

d. consumer court

18. First Annual Conference International Labour Conference began on 29th October, 1919 in _______________.

a. new york

B. washington dc

c. paris

d. new delhi

19. Labour Law covers ______

a. industrial relations

B. workplace health and safety

c. employment standards

d. all of the above

20. Janani Suraksha Yojana3) Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana

a. 1, 3

B. 2, 3

c. 1, 3

d. all of the above

21. Disability cover3) Old age protection

a. 2, 3

B. 1

c. 1, 3

d. all of the above

22. Workers enjoy job security in :

a. organised sector

B. unorganised sector

c. agriculture sector

d. private sector

23. Which of these is an unfair labour practice on part of the workmen?

a. to recruit workman during a strike which is not illegal

B. to discharge or dismiss workmen

c. indulging in coercive activities against certification of a bargaining representative

d. to indulge in acts of force or violence

24. International Labour Organisation was formulated in ______

a. 1925

B. 1939

c. 1919

d. 1929

25. PF act is applicable to an establishment engaged in any industry specified in ……...

a. schedule ii

B. hazardous industries list

c. schedule ix

d. schedule i


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