MCQs on Industrial Relations & Labour Welfare -10

1. Bonded Labour System (Abolition) Act is the result of the ratification by India of which of the following Conventions of I.L.O?

(A) Unemployment Convention, 1919
(B) Forced Labour Convention, 1930
(C) Weekly Rest (Industry Convention) 1921
(D) Right of Association (Agriculture) Convention, 1921


2. Which of the following has not been implemented through any legislation at the National level?

(A) Joint Management Council
(B) Workers’ Participation in Management
(C) Recognition of Trade Unions
(D) None of the above



3. Which of the following conventions has secured highest number of ratifications?

(A) Forced Labour Convention (No 29)
(B) Freedom of Association and Protection of Right to Organize (No 87)
(C) Equal Remuneration Convention (No 100)
(D) All the above



4. The composition of which of the following is similar to the structure of I.L.O?

(A) Canteen Managing Committee
(B) Standing Labour Committee
(C) Safety Committee
(D) Works Committee



5. Which of the following is not an objective of Workers’ Education Scheme in India?

(A) To make workers’ responsible citizens
(B) To make them efficient at work.
(C) To enable them to earn more.
(D) To make them responsible Union members and Officers.



6. Which part of the Indian Constitution has shaped the labour welfare programmes?

(A) Preamble
(B) The Directive Principles of State Policy
(C) Both (A) & (B)
(D) None of the above



7. Who among the following advocated the theory of full employment?

(A) Beveridge
(B) Keynes
(C) Adam Smith
(D) A.C. Pigou



8. Which of the following provides for recognition of trade unions at the central level?

(A) Industrial Disputes Act
(B) Trade Unions Act
(C) Code of Discipline in Industry
(D) Inter-Union Code of Conduct



9. The concept of co-operation in Industrial Relations was implemented through which of the following?

(A) Works Committee
(B) Joint Management Councils
(C) Workers’ representatives on the Board of Directors
(D) All the above



10. In which type of collective bargaining workers lose something instead of gaining?

(A) Concession Bargaining
(B) Coalition Bargaining
(C) Productivity Bargaining
(D) All the above



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