Which Section of The Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act, 1986 defines the term "Child"?
|B.||section 2 (i)|
|C.||section 2 (ii)|
|D.||section 2 (iii)|
|Answer» C. section 2 (ii)|
As per the act, Day means a period of 24 hours beginning at ___
|A.||morning 8 am|
|C.||evening 4 pm|
|Answer» D. midnight|
Identify Section 2(v) of The Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act, 1986.
|Answer» A. family|
As per section 2(viii) "prescribed" means prescribed by rules made under Section ___
|Answer» A. 18|
As per the Act, Week means a period of 7 days beginning at midnight on ___
|Answer» C. saturday|
As per the act, a child should not be permitted to work between ___ & ___.
|A.||8 pm; 7 am|
|B.||7 pm; 8 am|
|C.||6 pm; 7 am|
|D.||5 pm; 9 am|
|Answer» B. 7 pm; 8 am|
Identify Section 8 of The Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act, 1986.
|A.||hours and period of work|
|B.||notice to inspector|
|Answer» D. weekly holidays|
The day specified in notice as a weekly holiday for a child shall not be altered by the occupier more than once in ___.
|Answer» D. 3 months|
The "Notice to Inspector", as mentioned in Section 9 of the act, shall be sent within how many days of employment of a child and commencement of this act with respect to that particular establishment?
|Answer» D. 30|
To whom shall the case be initially referred by the Inspector in case of any question regarding age of a child permitted to work in an establishment.
|D.||prescribed medical authority|
|Answer» D. prescribed medical authority|
Which Section of The Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act, 1986 demands for display of notice containing abstract of Sections 3 and 14.
|Answer» D. section 12|
Which Section of The Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act, 1986 details about "Penalties"?
|Answer» C. section 14|
Anybody who contravenes the provisions of Section 3 (Prohibition of employment of children in certain occupations and processes) shall be punished with minimum ______ which may extend up to _______ of imprisonment
|A.||1 month; 1 year|
|B.||3 months; 1 year|
|C.||6 months; 3 years|
|D.||6 months; 5 years|
|Answer» B. 3 months; 1 year|
Anybody who contravenes the provisions of Section 3 (Prohibition of employment of children in certain occupations and processes) shall be fined with minimum ______ which may extend up to ______.
|A.||rs. 10,000 ; rs. 20,000|
|B.||rs. 20,000 ; rs. 40,000|
|C.||rs. 25,000 ; rs. 100,000|
|D.||rs. 5,000 ; rs. 40,000|
|Answer» A. rs. 10,000 ; rs. 20,000|
Having been convicted once, if a person again contravenes the provisions of Section 3 of the act, such person shall be punished with imprisonment for a term not less than ___ which may extend up to ___.
|A.||6 months; 2 years|
|B.||6 months; 4 years|
|C.||6 months; 8 years|
|D.||2 years; 10 years|
|Answer» A. 6 months; 2 years|
If an occupier fails to maintain appropriate register as required by the Section 11 of the act, then he may be punished with an imprisonment for a term up to ____ or with fine which may extend to ____.
|A.||1 month; rs. 10,000|
|B.||6 months; rs. 15,000|
|C.||8 months; rs. 18,000|
|D.||12 months; rs. 20,000|
|Answer» A. 1 month; rs. 10,000|
Identify Section 16 of the act.
|B.||procedure relating to offences|
|C.||appointment of inspectors|
|D.||power to make rules|
|Answer» B. procedure relating to offences|
Which Section of the Act details out the provisions related to Health and Safety under the Act?
|Answer» C. section 13|
Identify Section 15 of the Act.
|B.||power to make rules|
|C.||modified application of certain laws in relation to penalties|
|D.||appointment of inspector|
|Answer» C. modified application of certain laws in relation to penalties|
Identify the Section ("Certain other provisions of law not barred") of the Act.
|Answer» D. section 20|
Identify section 3 of the act.
|A.||prohibition of employment of children in certain occupations and processes.|
|B.||power to form committee|
|C.||power to amend schedule|
|D.||power to appoint chairman|
|Answer» A. prohibition of employment of children in certain occupations and processes.|
Whom does the Power to amend the Schedule lie with?
|Answer» D. central government|
In order to add any occupation or process in the Schedule, the Central Government shall give notice, in the Official Gazette, of not less than ___.
|Answer» C. 3 months|
Under which section of The Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act, 1986 shall the Central Government form the Child Labour Technical Advisory Committee?
|Answer» B. section 5|
The Child Labour Technical Advisory Committee shall consist of ___ persons.
|Answer» C. 10|
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