1. A systematic, integrated and planned approach to improve the effectiveness of groups of people in organizations is known as

(A) Management Development
(B) Organizational Development
(C) Managerial Training
(D) Management by Objectives

2. Which of the following is not a cross cultural theory of international HRM?

(A) Geert Hofstede’s Theory
(B) Cluckhohn-Strodthbeck’s Theory
(C) Halls Theory
(D) Jai B.P. Sinha’s Theory

3. Who among the following advocated the principles of Labour Legislation?

(A) Dankert
(B) V.V. Giri
(C) R.K. Dash
(D) S.D. Punekar

4. Which of the following is not a regulative type of labour legislation?

(A) Factories Act, 1948
(B) Trade Unions Act, 1926
(C) Industrial Disputes Act, 1947
(D) Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, 1946

5. The goal of HRD system is to develop

(A) The capabilities of each employee as an individual.
(B) The capabilities of each individual in relation to his or her present role.
(C) The capabilities of each employee in relation to his or her expected future roles.
(D) All the above

6. Which one is not a part of HRD system?

(A) Career Planning
(B) Manpower Planning
(C) Training
(D) Organizational Development

7. The other name of Sensitivity Training is

(A) T-Group Training
(B) Brainstorming
(C) In-basket Exercise
(D) Managerial Grid Training

8. A small voluntary group of employees doing similar or related work who meet regularly to identify, analyses and solve product quality problems and to improve general operations is known as

(A) Task Group
(B) Kaizen Groups
(C) Quality Circles
(D) Informal Groups

9. Which of the following is not an OD technique?

(A) Sensitivity Training
(B) Delphi Technique
(C) Survey Feedback
(D) Grid Training

10. Which of the following is not a labour legislation?

(A) Factories Act
(B) Minimum Wages Act
(C) Untouchability Abolition Act
(D) Equal Remuneration Act


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