MCQs on Employees State Insurance Act 1948 (1)

1. Which of the following benefits have not been provided under the Employee’s State Insurance Act, 1948?
 
(A) Sickness Benefit
(B) Unemployment Allowance
(C) Children’s’ Allowance
(D) Disablement Benefit



2. Under ESI Act, 1948 a member of the Corporation, Standing Committee or the Medical 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


3. 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


4. 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.


5. 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


6. Which of the following legislations was based on the recommendations of the B.P. Adarkar Committee Report?
 
(A) Maternity Benefit Act
(B) Employees’ Compensation Act
(C) Employees’ Provident Funds Act
(D) Employees’ State Insurance Act, 1948



7. ‘Unemployment allowance’ payable is stated in
 
(A) Employee State Insurance Act, 1948
(B) Unorganized Sector Workers Social Security Act, 2005
(C) Factories Act, 1948
(D) None of the above


8. Which of the following legislations extends some sort of benefit to retired employees also?
 
(A) Maternity Benefit Act
(B) Employees’ Compensation Act
(C) Employees’ State Insurance Act
(D) Payment of Bonus Act



9.Employees’ share of contribution under the ESI Act is
 
(A) 2% 
(B) 8.33%
(C)  0.75 %
(D) 4.75%


10. What is the wage limit for employees to be covered under the Employee State Insurance Act as per the latest amendment?
 
(A) Rs. 15,000 per month
(B) Rs. 18,000 per month
(C) Rs. 20,000 per month
(D) Rs. 21,000 per month

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