1. Who among the following mentioned the four major principles of labour legislations?

(A) Frank Tillayard
(B) I.L.O.
(C) R.K. Das
(D) P.L. Mallick

2. Which of the following common defences were not available to the employers in cases of compensation for accidents under the common law?

(A) Doctrine of Assumed Risk
(B) Doctrine of Contributory Negligence
(C) Doctrine of Common Employment and Fellow Servant’s responsibility
(D) Doctrine of Natural Risk

3. Which of the following is not an extra-mural welfare?

(A) Co-operative consumer facility
(B) Creche for child care
(C) Recreational club
(D) Health and Medical Services

4. “Workers are becoming conscious of their rights and privileges therefore it is prudent to appease the workers” is the philosophy of which theory of labour welfare?

(A) Placating Theory
(B) Policing Theory
(C) Philanthropic Theory
(D) Paternalistic Theory

5. ‘Social Invasion of Work Place’ and long arm of job’ explain the logic behind which of the following welfare activities?

(A) Reducing accidents and promoting safety
(B) Reducing indebtedness through co-operatives
(C) Labour Community Development
(D) All the above

6. Minimum conditions of welfare is explained by

(A) Dr.Aykroid’s formula
(B) Subsistence Theory
(C) Both (A) and (B)
(D) None of the above

7. Which of the following is not a principle of Labour Welfare?

(A) The Principle of Uniformity
(B) The Principle of Co-ordination and Integration
(C) The principle of Association
(D) The Principle of Timeliness

8. Match the following:

List – I 
List – II

a. The labour welfare philosophy is meant for guarding the interests of labour against the exploitation of employers.
i. Trusteeship Theory
b. The labour welfare philosophy exposes the cause of empathic considerations by the employer of employee well-being
ii. Placating Theory
c. The employer has to set out a portion of the profits for the benefit of the employees
iii. Policing Theory
d. Labour Welfare is provided for pacifying the agitating working class
iv. Philanthropic Theory


       a b c d
(A) ii iv iii i
(B) iii iv i ii
(C) iii i ii iv
(D) iv ii iii i

9. “Labour is not a commodity” – is the assertion made by

(A) The Declaration of Philadelphia adopted by 26th session of ILO
(B) The Magna Carta
(C) The Constitution of India
(D) The International Labour Conference

10. Match the following:

Concept                                   Propagators

a. Industrial Democracy          i. Karl Marx
b. Industrial Citizenship          ii. Robert Owen
c. Class Conflict                      iii. Peter F. Drucker
d. Welfare Movement             iv. Sydney &Beatrize Webbs


       a b c d
(A) iii i ii iv
(B) iv iii i ii
(C) ii i iv iii
(D) ii iv i iii