1. Under which of the following legislations there is a provision called ‘protected workmen’?
(A) Trade Unions Act, 1926
(B) Industrial Employment
(Standing Orders) Act, 1946
(C) Factories Act, 1948
(D) Industrial Disputes Act, 1947

2. Which one of the following is not a machinery for settlement of Industrial Disputes under the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947?
(A) Conciliation Officer
(B) Board of Conciliation
(C) Collective Bargaining
(D) Labour Court

3. Under which Schedule of the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 Public Utility Services have been listed out?
(A) 1st Schedule
(B) 2nd Schedule
(C) 3rd Schedule
(D) 4th Schedule

4. Which of the following statements about the definition of industry as given in the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 is not right?
(A) It means any business, trade, undertaking, manufacture or calling of employers.
(B) It includes any calling, service, employment, handicraft or industrial occupation or avocation of workmen.
(C) This definition has been revised in 1982 in a leading case of 1978.
(D) The revised definition has been implemented after due notification.

5. ‘First come last go and last come first go’ is the principle of
(A) Lay-off
(B) Closure
(C) Retrenchment
(D) Dismissal

6. Which of the following is machinery for settlement of industrial disputes?
(A) Indian Labour Conference
(B) Joint Management Council
(C) Industrial Tribunal
(D) Standing Labour Committees

7. ‘Award’ under Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 is
(a) Not interim determination of labour court
(b) Not arbitration award under Section 10A
(c) Not final determination of labour court
(d) Not final determination of arbitration award under section 10A
(A) All statements are true.
(B) (a) and (d) are true.
(C) (b) is true.
(D) All statements are wrong.

8. Grievance Handing Machinery is given in
(A) Industrial Disputes Act
(B) Factories Act
(C) Both (A) and (B)
(D) None of the above

9. The dispute of individual workman is deemed to be industrial dispute if the dispute or difference is connected with or arising out of the following where no other workman nor any union of workman is a party to the dispute.
(A) Grievance of an individual workman.
(B) Discharge of an individual workman.
(C) Dismissal of an individual workman.
(D) Discharge, dismissal, retrenchment or otherwise termination of services of an individual workman.

10. List of unfair labour practices on the part of the trade unions and employers was included in
(A) Factories Act
(B) Industrial Dispute Act
(C) Trade union Act
(D) None of the above

11. Match the following schedules under the I. D. Act, 1947
(a) I schedule               (i) conditions of service for change of which notice is to be given
(b) II and III schedules (ii) Labour courts and Industrial Tribunals
(c) IV schedule             (iii) Industries which may be declared as public utility services
(d) V schedule              (iv) Unfair labour practices
    (a) (b) (c) (d)
(A) (iv) (iii) (ii) (i)
(B) (ii) (iii) (i) (iv)
(C) (iii) (ii) (i) (iv)
(D) (iv) (ii) (iii) (i)

12. Which of the following is an illegal industrial action as per law?
(A) Mutual Insurance
(B) Collective Bargaining
(C) Lock out
(D) Gherao

13. Under the Industrial Disputes Act, which of the following cannot be considered as an industrial dispute?
(A) When employer fails to keep his verbal promises
(B) When closure is a pretence
(C) When demand made for alteration of conditions of service of employees in a cooperative society
(D) When the lock-out is in disguise of closure

14. Which of the following statements about the Grievance Redressal Machinery given under the Industrial not true?
(A) Every industrial establishment employing 20 or more workmen shall have one or more Grievance Redressal Committee.
(B) Grievance Redressal Committee can resolve any dispute arising in the industrial establishment.
(C) It is a bipartite committee with equal number of members representing the employer and workmen.
(D) There is a 45 days time limit from the date of written application to complete the proceedings.

15. The ongoing globalization in India requires drastic changes under which of the labour legislations?
(A) The Factories Act
(B) The Employees’ State Insurance Act
(C) The Industrial Disputes Act
(D) The Employees’ Provident Funds Act