Labour laws 2 solved MCQs

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chapter:   Trade Union Act 1926

1. Creation of a political fund by trade unions under the Trade Union Act is

a. compulsory

B. optional

c. by donation from political parties

d. no such provision in the act

2. What will be the minimum number of workers required for organizing a trade union for registration according to the latest amendment under the Trade Unions’Act, 1926?

a. 7 workers

B. 10 %

c. 100

d. 10% or 100 or 7

3. The minimum subscription rate for members of trade unions of rural workersshall not be less than

a. rs. 12 per annum

B. rs. 3 per annum

c. rs. 1 per annum

d. no such provision

4. A union may claim recognition for an industry in a local area, if it hasmembership of

a. 10% of the workers in that industry.

B. 15% of the workers in that area.

c. 25% of the workers of that industry in that area.

d. 30% of the workers in similar industry.

5. A person is qualified to be chosen as a member of the executive or any otheroffice bearer of the registered trade union if he attained the age of

a. fifteen years

B. eighteen years

c. twenty one years

d. twenty five years

6. The registered trade union can collect political fund from its members as a

a. general fund

B. cannot collect political fund

c. separate fund from the interested members

d. only from political parties

7. Not more than 50% of members of the office bears of Trade union can beoutsiders, as per provisions of legislations.

a. industrial dispute act

B. trade union act

c. mines act

d. esi act

8. Trade union means any combination formed primarily for the purpose ofregulating the relations between

a. workmen and employers permanently

B. workmen and workmen permanently

c. workmen and employers, workmen and workmen, employers and employers temporary or permanent

d. workmen and employers, workmen and workmen, employers and employers permanently

9. The Trade Unions Act empowers a trade union to create a General Fund for itsadministration and maintenance. A trade union purchased shares in the Unit Trust of India to enhance its General Fund Account. Which of the following is not correct as per law?

a. the trade union can raise its fund by such type of investments.

B. the trade union can raise its funds by such investments with the permission of appropriate government.

c. the trade union can raise its fund by such investments with the consent of its general body.

d. the trade union cannot do so as it is an attempt towards profit making.

10. The basic principle underlying the enactment of the Trade Unions Act is:

a. to protect interests of workers against disregard of human elements in industries.

B. to regulate the relationship of workers and their organization by regulating the balance of power.

c. to provide strength to workers to settle the industrial disputes.

d. to provide security to workers against the occupational hazards.

chapter:   Maternity Benefit Act 1961

11. As per Maternity Benefit Act, the maximum period for which any woman shallbe entitled to maternity benefit shall be

a. twenty six weeks

B. twelve weeks

c. four months

d. sixteen weeks

12. The condition of 80 days of employment in the 12 months immediatelypreceding the date of benefit has been made an eligibility condition for getting

a. maternity benefit under the maternity benefit act

B. disablement benefit under the esi act

c. gratuity under the payment of gratuity act

d. sickness benefit under the esi act

13. The Royal Commission on Labour examined which of the two States’ MaternityBenefit Acts and recommended enactment of similar laws all over the country?

a. bombay and madhya pradesh

B. madras and mysore

c. bihar and bengal

d. punjab and assam

14. The Workmen’s Compensation Act, 1923, the Maternity Benefit Act, 1965 andthe Employees State Insurance Act, 1948

a. together can be applicable.

B. the maternity benefit act and the employees state insurance act can be applicable at a time.

c. the workmen’s compensation act and the employees state insurance act can be applicable at a time.

d. if the workmen’s compensation act and the maternity benefit act are applicable, the employees state insurance act is not applicable.

15. Assertion (A): Provisions of Employees’ compensation Act and Maternity Benefit Act do not apply to all industries. Reason (R): Employees’ Compensation Act is a comprehensive social security legislation.

a. (a) is wrong, but (r) is right.

B. (a) is right, but (r) does not related to the (a).

c. (a) and (r) are right, and (r) validates the (a).

d. (a) and (r) are wrong.

16. In the maternity act, an inspector is appointed under which section?

a. section 14

B. section 2

c. section 10

d. section 15

17. No contribution is required for getting benefit under which of the followinglegislations?

a. maternity benefit act

B. employees’ compensation act

c. both under (a) & (b)

d. none of the above

18. Which section of the act states the conditions for eligibility of benefits?

a. section 18

B. section 5

c. section 10

d. section 8

19. Till what age of the child will a mother get 2 nursing breaks in the course of herdaily work?

a. 12 months

B. 6 months

c. 18 months

d. 15 months

20. Under the Maternity Benefit Act, a woman employee would get a medicalbonus of:

a. rs. 3000

B. rs. 3500

c. rs. 4000

d. rs. 4500

chapter:   Employee’s state insurance Act 1948

21. Which of the following benefits have not been provided under the Employee’sState Insurance Act, 1948?

a. sickness benefit

B. unemployment allowance

c. children’s’ allowance

d. disablement benefit

22. Under ESI Act, 1948 a member of the Corporation, Standing Committee or theMedical Council shall cease to be a member of the body if he fails to attend

a. two consecutive meetings

B. three meetings intermittently

c. three consecutive meetings

d. four consecutive meetings

23. What is the content of the Schedule I of the ESI Act, 1948?

a. list of injuries deemed to result in permanent total disablement.

B. list of injuries deemed to result in permanent partial disablement.

c. list of occupational diseases.

d. none of the above

24. The Workmen’s Compensation Act, 1923, the Maternity Benefit Act, 1965 and the Employees State Insurance Act, 1948

a. together can be applicable.

B. the maternity benefit act and the employees state insurance act can be applicable at a time.

c. the workmen’s compensation act and the employees state insurance act can be applicable at a time.

d. if the workmen’s compensation act and the maternity benefit act are applicable, the employees state insurance act is not applicable.

25. Who is an ‘exempted employee’ under the Employee’s state Insurance Act,1948?

a. employee who is minor

B. employee who is not liable under the act to pay the employee’s contribution

c. minor employee who is not liable under the act to pay the employee’s contribution

d. none of the above

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