MCQs on Industrial Relations & Labour Welfare -24

1. Which of the following is not a reason for increasing workforce diversity?

(A) Changing demographies
(B) Product Quality Consciousness
(C) Political and Legal Systems
(D) Globalisation of Business



2. To be a member of trade union, a person must attain the age of

(A) 18 years
(B) 16 years
(C) 15 years
(D) 21 years



3. A Seven Judges Bench of the Supreme Court considered the scope of Industry and laid down a Triple Test Formula in one of the following cases:

(A) State of Bombay Vs Bombay Hospital Mazdoor Sabha, AIR 1960 SC.
(B) Bangalore Water Supply Vs. A. Rajappa, AIR 1978 SC.
(C) D.N. Bannerji Vs. P.R. Mukherjee, AIR 1953 SC.
(D) University of Delhi Vs. Ramnath, AIR 1963 SC.



4. Out of the following one of the modes is not a dispute settlement under the Industrial Dispute Act, 1947.

(A) Conciliation
(B) Adjudication
(C) Alternate Dispute Resolution
(D) Arbitration



5. The qualifications of a person who cannot be appointed as presiding officer of the Labour Court.

(A) He is or has been a Judge of a High Court.
(B) He has for a period of not less than three years, been a District Judge or an Additional District Judge.
(C) He has been Civil Judge for 2 years.
(D) He has held any Judicial Office in India for not less than seven years.



6. The Registrar cannot withdraw or cancel registration of a Trade Union if

(A) the application of the Trade Union is in the proper form on verification.
(B) the certificate of registration has been obtained by fraud or mistake.
(C) the Trade Union has ceased to exist.
(D) the Trade Union has wilfully after a notice from the Registrar contravened the Provisions of the Act.



7. Any person who has attained the following age may be a member of a registered Trade Union.

(A) 18 years
(B) 17 years
(C) 16 years
(D) 15 years



8. The workmen are not entitled to lay off compensation in one of the following cases:

(A) An industrial establishment in which less than fifty workmen on an average per working day have been employed.
(B) An industrial establishment in which less than one hundred workmen on an average per working day have been employed.
(C) An industrial establishment in which less than two hundred and fifty workmen on an average per working day have been employed.
(D) An industrial establishment in which less than five hundred workmen on an average per working day have been employed.



9. Which one of the following is an example of Golden-Handshake Scheme?

(A) Superannuation Retirement
(B) Voluntary Retirement
(C) Compulsory Retirement
(D) Retirement on account of disablement



10. Which of the following bargaining is based on workers’ contribution to productivity?

(A) Coalition Bargaining
(B) Concession Bargaining
(C) Productivity Bargaining
(D) None of the above



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