It is the seventh part of our 20-days study plan where we will discuss 12 previous years questions every day. Make sure you have a firm grip on these questions so that you can understand the pattern of questions that are being asked in the UPSC EPFO EO exam.
Q73. Which one of the following is an exception from the five functional types of unionism identified by Robert Hoxie?
(a) Business Unionism
(b) Predatory Unionism
(c) Revolutionary Unionism
(d) Evolutionary Unionism
Q74. Which one of the following is the process in which representatives of workmen and employer involved in an industrial dispute are brought together before a third person or group of persons who facilitates/facilitate through mediation to reach a mutually satisfactory agreement?
(d) Collective negotiation
Q75. Questions relating to the application or interpretation of a standing order certified under the Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, 1916 may be referred to
(a) Industrial Tribunal
(b) Labour Commissioner
(c) Labour Court
(d) Industrial Employment Court
Q76. A union whose membership may cover workers employed in many industries, employment and crafts is known as
(a) industrial union
(b) general union
(c) craft union
(d) region-cum-industry level union
Q77. Which one of the following perspectives of industrial relations is based on the assumption that both the parties strive (and have opportunity) to exercise economic (wages and benefits) as well as political (control) power?
(a) Pluralistic perspective
(b) Unitary perspective
(c) Radical perspective
(d) Trusteeship perspective
Q78. The provision of workers’ participation in management of industries is provided under
(a) Article 39A of the Constitution of India
(b) Article 43A of the Constitution of India
(c) Article 42 of the Constitution of India
(d) Article 43B of the Constitution of India
Q79. Which one of the following is not a trade union security measure?
(a) Closed shop system
(b) Agency shop system
(c) Open shop system
(d) Union shop system
Q80. Which one of the following is statutory machinery functioning at the central level?
(a) Central Implementation and Evaluation Committee
(b) Central Board for Workers’ Education
(c) Standing Labour Committee
(d) Employee’s State Insurance Corporation
Q81. Which one of the following explains the ‘citizen concept’ of labour?
(a) Labour is largely regarded by the employers as operating organizations in industry.
(b) Labour is affected by the law of demand and supply.
(c) Labour has a right to be consulted in regard to the terms and conditions under which they are supposed to work.
(d) Labour is a cog in the machine.
Q82. Who among the following can be appointed as the Chairman of the Central Advisory Board constituted by the Central Government under the Minimum Wages Act, 1948?
(a) One of the independent members of the Board
(b) One of the employers’ representatives of the Board
(c) One of the employees’ representatives of the Board
(d) A functionary of the Central Government nominated by the Government
Q83. Which one of the following comes under the ‘State List’ under the Seventh Schedule of the Constitution of India?
(a) Relief of the disabled and unemployable
(b) Regulation of labour and safety in mines
(c) Regulation and control of manufacture, supply and distribution of salt
(d) Social security and social insurance
Q84. The assumption that “man is selfish and self-centered, and always tries to achieve his own ends even at the cost of others” explains which theory of labour welfare?
(a) Placating theory
(b) Police theory
(c) Religious theory
(d) Philanthropic theory
|73. D||74. C||75. C||76. B||77. A||78. B|
|79. C||80. D||81. C||82. A||83. A||84. B|