Labour Laws Questions 1 (1-10

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The Employees’ Provident Funds and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952 1. A. B. C. D. 2. A. B. C. D. 3. A. B. C. D. 4. A. B. C. D. 5. A. B. C. D. PF act is applicable to an establishment engaged in any industry specified in ……... Schedule II Hazardous Industries List Schedule IX Schedule I Minimum ……….. persons must be employed in as establishment for the applicability of the PF act. 15 20 35 50 The term “Appropriate Government” is defined in which section of the PF Act? Section 2(a) Section 2 (b) Section 2 (d) Section 2 (e) According to Section 2(a) which is the appropriate Government for a mine in a given state? State Government Central Government Both (A) and (B) None of these Section 2(aa) of the PF act defines the term …………… Basic Wages Authorized Officer Government None of these

6. Deputy Provident Fund Commissioner is an authorized officer. A. True B. False 7. The term “Basic Wages” is defined in which section of the Provident Fund Act? A. Section 2(g)

B. Section 2(d) C. Section 2(b) D. None of these 8. Bonus is part of Basic Wages as defined in the respective section in the PF Act. A. True B. False 9. A. B. C. D. 10. A. B. C. D. The term contribution is defined in the section ……… Section 2-bb Section 2-bc Section 2-cc Section 2-c Section 2(d) of the Provident Fund Act defines ……… Hazardous Process Employee Employment Controlled Industry Answers to Labour Laws Questions 1: 1D, 2B, 3A, 4B, 5B, 6A, 7C, 8B, 9D, 10D

11. A. B. C. D.

The term “Employer” is defined in the section ……….. of the PF Act. 2(e) 2(g) 2(f) 2(m)

12. Can an agent, of the owner of a factory, be termed as an employer? A. Yes B. No 13. A. B. C. D. The term “Employee” is defined in the section …… of the PF Act, 1952. 2(ab) 2(g) 2(f) 2(d)

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A person employed through a contractor will not be considered as an employee of the establishment. A. True B. False 15. A person engaged as an apprentice under the Apprentices Act, 1961 will not be considered as an employee. A. True B. False 16. A. B. C. D. 17. A. B. C. D. 18. A. B. C. D. The term “Exempted Employee” is defined under section ……. of the PF Act, 1952 2 (gg) 2(hh) 2(ff) 2(cc) An employee is said to be exempted if the exemption is granted under section……… 26 17 14 20 The term “Exempted Establishment” is defined under which section of the EPF Act, 1952? 2(aaa) 2(ee) 2(j) 2(fff)

19. Section 2(g) of the PF Act defines ……………… A. Non-Exemption B. Exemption

C. Factory D. Exempted Job 20. A. B. C. D. The term “Fund” is defined under section ………. of the PF Act, 1952 2(i) 2(h) 2(k) None of these Answers to Labour Laws Questions 2: 11A, 12A, 13C, 14B, 15A, 16C, 17B, 18D, 19C, 20B

21. A. B. C. D. 22. A. B. C. D. 23. A. B. C. D.

Under the PF Act, 1952 “Insurance Fund” means …………… Unit Linked Insurance Plan Deposit Linked Insurance Fund Employees’ Group Accident Insurance Medical Insurance Fund The scheme defined under section 2(i-b) of the PF Act, 1952 is …………….. Pension Scheme Provident Fund Scheme Family Pension Scheme Insurance Scheme The section 2(i-a) of PF Act, 1952 defines……….. Member Insurance Insurance Fund None of these

24. A. B. C. D. 25. A. B. C. D. 26. A. B. C. D. 27. A. B. C. D. 28. A. B. C. D.

The Insurance Scheme is framed under sub-section (1) of the Section ……… of the PF Act, 1952. 8-A 7-B 6-C 5-D The term “Member” is defined in the section ………… of the PF Act, 1952. 2(j) 2(u) 2(m) 2(p) Section 2(k-A) of the PF Act, 1952 defines ………….. Occupier of the factory Pension Fund Establishment Pension Scheme The Employees’ Pension Fund is established under sub-section (2) of the section ……… 8-A 7-A 6-A 5-A Section 2(kb) of the PF Act, 1952 defines ………. Recovery Amount Recovery Office Recover Officer Repayment Amount

29. Section 2(ll) of the PF Act, 1952 defines ………… A. Superannuation B. Annual Salary

Employment in public motor transport is a scheduled employment. False . 2(j) B. 28C. 2(l) D. Scheme Policies D. Income ceiling limit 312. a. Tax Rules d. 2(k) C. 27C. True b. Cost of living index number c. 1948 311. The Competent Authority is appointed by appropriate government to ascertain the ___ applicable to the employees employed in Scheduled employments specified. Employment in Oi mill is a scheduled employment. Number of Paid Holidays b. 2(m) Answers to Labour Laws Questions 3: 21B. 23C. 22D.C. 30D The Minimum Wages Act. True b. 29A. Recovery 30. False 313. The Employees’ Provident Funds Appellate Tribunal which is constituted under sec 7-D is defined under which section? A. 25A. 26B. a. a. 24C.

No 318. Which section of the act defines Employer a. 2(b) b. Prescribed d. "Wages" is defined under which section of the act? a. Child b. a. If any Gratuity is payable to an employee on discharge. 2(g) b. Employer c. As per Section 2 (h) of the act. 2(c) c. True b. 2(e) c. 2(r) d. the value of "house accommodation" is included in wages. False 316. a. 2(h) .314. "Cost of living Indez number" is defined under which section of the act? a. 2(d) d. True b. 2(d) b. As per Section 2 (h). 2(g) 320. 2(e) 319. would it be included in wages? a. Yes b. Scheduled Employment 317. 1948. Identify Section 2 (g) of The Minimum Wages Act. a. "HRA" is not included in wages. False 315.

. Section 5 94. 318 C. Banks and Financial Institutions Act... 1949 c. Section 2 (1) of The Payment of Bonus Act. Section 2 b.. Appropriate Government d.. Section 2 (2) d. Section 2 (4) 93. 2(i) d. 1973 d... The Available Surplus is computed under which section of the Act? a. 2(j) Answers to Labour Laws Questions 32 : 311 B. 316 D. Section 3 c.. "Banking Company" is defined same as under Section 5 of the . Section 2 (5) c.. Section 4 d. Banking Companies Act.... Allocable Surplus c.c.. Section 2(3) b. 317 B... 1949 b.... 1965 91.. Financial Corporations Controlling Act.. 320 B. Available Surplus 92..... 319 B. Reserve Bank of India Regulations Act. a. a. 1965 defines . 314 B.. 315 B.. Accounting year b. 313 A. The term "Agricultural Income" is defined under .. 1963 . a... 312 A. The Payment of Bonus Act.

False 98... a... 1965 was enacted the ceiling for Salary and Wages was Rs...95... Section 1 96.. A "Corporation" may be a "Company" as per the definition of "Corporation" under the Act.. 1600 b... Section 3 c. "Co-operative Society" is defined under . but he is required to come part time. Insufficient Data d.... Sec 2 (8) b. .. 1600 b. Section 2 b... . Section 4 d.... Definition of "Company" under the act is same as definition of "Company" under .. Cannot be determined 100. 6500 d... a. When The Payment of Bonus Act.. No c. a. 3500 c.. 1956.. Yes b. 2600 c. Is he an employee as per the definition of "Employee" under the act? a. Sec 2 (9) c. The ceiling of wage for the purpose of definition of an "Employee" under section 2 (13) of the Act is Rs.. A person is hired for a regular work.... 8500 99. Sec 2 (11) 97. of the Companies Act. a.. Sec 2 (10) d.. True b. a. 3500 ........

D. 34. A person has turned 17 yesterday.100 A. 98 B. C. 93 D.. Which of the statements is true with respect to that person? A. D. A. 2(a) 2(ad) 2(aa) None of these Adult is a person who has completed ………… 21 years 14 years 18 years 20 years Section 2(c ) of the act defines ……. D. Kid Adolescent Child All of the above 35. A. The person was an adolescent 1 year back.. . 94 B. The term “Adult” is defined in the section ………. 1948 31. 96 C. 6500 Answers to Labour Laws Questions 10 : 91 A. B.d. B. C. 33. The person is a child. B. C. 32. C. 92 C. C. The person is a child as well as an adolescent. 97 B. A. A. D. 95 B. The Factories Act. 99 A. B. Child Competent person Adolescent None of these A person who is not 15 years old is a ………. B.

37. Section 2(j) of the act defines which term? A. A. True B. B. A. 38B (begins at midnight). A. as per the factories Act. 39C. 36D. D. 33A. False 39. D. 35C. D. 1948 “Week” starts at midnight on ………. Monday Sunday Saturday There is no such mention 40. “Day is a 24 hours period that begins at 06:00 AM as per the act. 36. False Answers to Labour Laws Questions 4: 31A. All of the above Section 2(cb) of the Factories Act defines …… Child Labour Labour Process Hazardous Process A person who is either a child or an adolescent will be considered a …. B. A. “Power” also means energy generated by human or animal. B. C. 1948.D. A. Machinery B. Transmission Machinery . According to the Factories Act. 32C. 1948? Section 2(p) Section 2(h) Section 2(g) Section 2(l) 42. 34C. B. 37B. night. True B. D. C. The term “Power” is defined in which section of the Factories Act. C. Competent Person Young Person Productive Person Casual Labour 38. C. A. 40B 41..

Prime Mover D. “Worker” is defined in which section of the Factories Act. A. D. 1948? Section 2(l) Section 2(m) Section 2(p) None of these A person employed through a contractor is not considered as a Worker as per the act. B. C. 1948? Section 2(l) Section 2(k) Section 2(m) Section 2(n) 44. A. B. D. False . C. A railway running shed is a factory as per the Factories Act.C. 2(s) 2(p) 2(v) None of these 48. None of these 43. The term “Manufacturing Process” is defined in which section of the Factories Act. True B. Preserving an item in cold storage is considered as Manufacturing Process. True B. D. A. 46. B. False 45. A. A. C. True B. False 47. A. The term “Factory” is defined in section ……… of the act. 1948.

C. A. A mine is a Factory as per the definition of Factory given in Factories Act. A restaurant is not a factory as per the Factories Act. 49A. should send a written notice to the Chief Inspector at least …. 48B. 47D 2(m). 43B. 1948.49. False Answers to Labour Laws Questions 5: 41C. 50B 51. D. D. C. Occupier Employee Owner Manager The Power or exempt. during public emergency is given in which section of the Factories Act. False 50. Section 2(n) of the Factories Act. A. 54. 1948. C. days in advance. A. A. D. B. 10 . A. B. True B. 30 20 15 10 If a new manager is appointed and takes charge on a given day.. 45A. B. the Occupier must send a written notice to the Inspector within …. 42A. 1948 defines ……. 52. True B. 44A. 46B.. any factory. before using any premises as a factory. 1948? Section 5 Section 6 Section 4 Section 3 An occupier. 53. A. days.

7 D. False 56. If a Manager is not appointed for a factory then the Occupier of the factory will be considered as the Manager of the factory as per the Factories Act. A. 1948? Section 7 Section 8 Section 9 Section 10 58. A. C. 8 10 11 None of these Section 10 of the Factories Act. D. B. C. False 59. True B.B. The State Government cannot appoint Joint Chief Inspectors. Powers of Inspectors are discussed in the Section ………. C. General duties of the Occupier are mentioned in which section of the act? Section 7-D Section 7-C Section 7-B Section 7-A The term “Inspectors” is discussed in which section of the Factories Act. 15 C. A. A. 60. A. B. B. True B. C. 1948 speaks about …………. 3 55. Certifying Surgeons Certifying Doctors Certified Employees . 57. D. 1948. B. D. A.

C.D. 54C. 55A. D. A. 1 year 6 months 1 month 1 week The walls. 62. 64. D. 3 years 4 years 5 years It is the owners choice The walls. the floor should be washed at least once in every ………. ceilings or partitions which are painted with washable paint should be washed in a period of ……… 6 months 8 months 3 months 1 month . 56D. 59D (section 9). A. B. Natural Humidification Cleanliness Health Poisonous Substances For a given work place. A. C. Certified Examiners Answers to Labour Laws Questions 6: 51A. B. 63. C. 53C. 1948 relates to ……. B. B. 60A 61. D. Section 11 of the Factories Act. D. 57B. A. ceilings or partitions which are painted should be repainted once every ………. C. 52A. 58B.

. 68. 1 year 3 years 5 years 7 years “Disposal of waste and effluents” relates to section ……… 12 13 14 15 Section 13 relates to …… Dust and Fume Natural Oxidation Ventilation and temperature Air Conditioning It is not necessary to ensure flow of fresh air and arrange for adequate ventilation in the factory. A. 66. C. ceilings or partitions which are white washed. A. 67. False . D.. A. C. should be white washed once every ………. C. B.65. B. The walls. A. doors or shutters that are painted or varnished should be painted or varnished at least once every …………. B. False 70. 3 months 10 months 14 months 2 years Windows. Section 10 relates to Cleanliness. 69. A. C. D. A. B. D. D. True B. True B.

1948 71. 30 c.. 6 d. 15 73. Inspectors c. a.. 7-A 74.. a.. 69B.. 63A. 90 b. Section 8 of the Factories Act. days of occupying the premises.. 5 c.. Before occupying or using a premises as a Factory. 4 b. 68C.. a. 1948 relates to ... 64A. 70B (Section 11). 65C.. 66C.. 62D. of the act.....Answers to Labour Laws Questions 7: 61B. 6-C d.. 8-A b. The Factories Act. 5-D c. Such notice should be given before . the occupier has to give some details in a notice form to the Chief Inspector. Limitations of Occupier ... General duties of the Occupier are given under which section of the Factories Act? a. 7 72.. 25 d. General duties of manufacturers b. 67A.. Power to declare different departments to be seperate factories is given in section .

d. Section 8 (3) d. True b. He may examine only in the factory premises.... a.. Moral Duties of Inspectors c.. a. the Inspector can take photo copies of register or other documents but cannot seize the registers or documents. Duties of Inspectors b. a. The Inspector may not take away with him any Instrument or Photograph with him for examination.. . Inspector's powers are limited by certain local limits.. 1948 relates to . Public Officer etc.. Every District Magistrate shall be an Inspector for his district. . Section 8 (2) 76. Powers of Inspectors d. False 80. Inspector has unlimited powers 79.. Section 9 (3) b. a. a..... For the purpose of Inspection.. False 77. True b. cannot be appointed as Inspector.. Section 9 (2) c. Appointment of Inspectors 78. False. Chief Inspector. having any direct interest in a factory or any process or business carried there in or any patent or machinery carried there with. Section 9 of The Factories Act. True b. states that any person. Occupying Conditions 75.

. Shift b. Section 11 of The Factories Act. by washing and using disinfectant wherever necessary.. 78 A. 77 C. True b. 10 years b.. a. Health c. 5 years c. 3 years . Section (12) 82. 81..... a. Inside Walls or Partitions that are painted or varnished. Section (11) d... 79 B. Appointment of Certifying Surgeons is discussed in . should be re-painted or re-varnished at least once in a period of .. a. . Cleanliness b. Environment d.. 73 D... Week d... 75 C.... 74 B. Day c.. Month 84. 7 months d... of the Act.. 72 D. The floor of every work-room should be cleaned at least once every . a.. 1948 relates to ......a. False Answers to Labour Laws Questions 8: 71 A... Healthy Person 83. 76 A. Section 9 (C) b. Section 10 c..... 80 B.

. . a. . 3 years c. should be White Washed or Colour Washed at least once in a period of .... 14 months c. It is voluntary under the Act to maintain a register of Painting or White Washing as may be applicable.. 1 year b. 18 months c.. . 6 months b. .. 22 months 88. a... years. 3 d..... Windows.. 5 years d..85. a. Inside Walls or Partitions when painted with washable paint or varnished should be cleaned at least once in a period of .5 c. 14 months b. Inside Walls or Partitions when kept White Washed or Colour Washed... a.. 7 86.. 2. Doors... Inside Walls or Partitions when painted with washable paint should be repainted with at least one coat of such paint at least once in a period of . 2 b... 18 months d... 36 months 87. 22 months d. 6 years 89. Metallic Frames or Shutters that are kept painted or varnished should be painted or varnished at least once every period of .

... 85 C.... 9.. 1948 a.A. Section 12 of the act relates to .. Artificial Humidification 104. a. Drinking Water from Public Supply can be used for the said purpose.. 86 A.... Section 12 b. 87 B. 84 B. This section states that effective measures should be undertaken to keep the work-rooms free from dust and fumes. of space for every worker employed... False 102. 1948 105. Section 15 of the Factories Act. of the Factories Act...... a. 82 A... The law states any factory already in existence before the commencement of the Factories Act. Cleanliness b.. Removal of Insects and poisonous animals from premises d. True b.. a...9 cubic metres d.. Ventilation and Temperature b.. 83 C. Disposal of Waste c. 1948 should provide at least . 90 B. No such measurement is given in the Factories Act... 1948 discusses . Any factory where the humidity in air is artificially controlled. True B. Section 15 103.. 101.. Planting Trees in the premises Answers to Labour Laws Questions 9 : 81 B. Dust and Fumes d. 88 C.. Disposal of waste and effluents c. Section 13 c.. "Ventilation and Temperature" are discussed under . Section 14 d.. 7...1 cubic metres c. 89 B. Section 15 . a....... Which section is this? a. False 90.. 9 metres b.

. Chief Inspector b..... Section 20 d.9 cubic metres b.. Chief Justice d.. Section 20 d. 10...... Prevention of (i) glare directly from a source of light or a smooth surface and (ii) formation of shadows such that it causes eye-strain or unsafe working condition is taken care under . 110 B 111. Section 14 c. The term "Drinking Water" is discussed under . 102 C... Section 21 ... Section 16 (a) c.. 103 D. Section 17 109. True b... Section 18 b.... 108 D..7 cubic metres c. Section 17 (1) d.. 104 C..... False Answers to Labour Laws Questions 11 : 101 A..b. A factory built and commenced business in 1982 should provide at least ... A Drinking Water point should be marked "Drinking Water" in English Language only. Section 13 d... 106 A... 109 D..... may order to display a notice on each work room mentioning the maximum number of workers who may work in the room at a given time.. space for every worker employed. 22. 105 C... Section 17 (3) 110...... a.2 cubic metres 108..... Section 16 b... 107 C. a. a. None of the above 107.. a. The term "Lighting" is discussed under .. Section 21 (a) c. 9... Section 18 b.... Section 12 106.2 cubic metres d. a. Section 19 c. Chief Auditor c. 14..... a....

. 10 b.. 30 centimetres .. The Internal Walls and Floors of Latrines and Urinals should be covered with glaze tiles or smooth polish up to a height of ...... 90 centimetres d. Section 19 of the Factories Act... A Drinking Water Facility / Point should be at least .... 3 metres 113...... 8 metres d. 250 c.. a. Drinking Water Supplies d. Latrines and Urinals 115. 10 metres b. A Latrine or Urinal accommodation may not directly communicate with any work-room.. 500 d.. a.. 150 centimetres b. 120 centimetres c. a...... employees... should make appropriate arrangements for cool drinking water during hot weather.. False 116. Canteen Facility c.. 1948 discusses ..... A factory that has employed more than ..... a.. True b. 6 metres c.. Spittoons b.. away from any Urinal or Washing Place..... a..112.. 750 114.

. House Keeping d..... 9 days 118..... 250 d. Spittoons b....... 5 Answers to Labour Laws Questions 12 : 111 A. It is not necessary to have spittoons in a factory as per the Factories Act.. 7 days c.. 113 B... 120 D 121... Detergents c. 114 D. 1948 a. 119 B. Section 19 (2) of the Factories Act. a. 116 C. 1948 provides that the Latrines and Urinals should be properly washed and cleaned with suitable detergents or disinfectants at least once every . 500 c. 118 A.. 117 B... 112 B.... None of the Above 119.. Section 21 b.117. False 120.. a.. 1000 b. Section 22 c... a.. a. 115 A.. "Fencing of Machinery" is discussed under .... 3 days d. If a person spits in the premises of the factory and not in the spittoons he may be fined up to rupees ... True b... Section 23 . Section 20 of the act discusses . Shift b......

a.. Casing of new machinery d... while the prime mover is in motion? a.... A Self-Acting machine or material may not run on inward or outward traverse within a distance of . 45 centimeters b....... No 123.d. Employment of Women for Lubrication of Prime Mover b. Self Acting Machines b. 6 months c.... 9 months d..... Employment of young persons for Lubrication of Prime Mover c..... ropes. it should be ensured that the crane is at least .... 3 months b. Employment of young persons on dangerous machine d.. a........ away of such place..... Yes b. chains... Section 28 of the Factories act.. Prohibition of employment of women and children near cotton openers 126. a. 90 centimeters d.. 12 months 127. 3 meters c. over the designated walking space for any person... With reference to Section 22(2) of the Act. 1948 explains about .. Section 23 of the Factories Act. lifting tackles and other similar materials/tools should be examined by a competent person once is a period of every . can a woman be allowed to clean or lubricate a part of the prime mover... 1948 discusses . When a person is working near the wheel track of any travelling crane.. Lifting machines.. . Hoists and Lifts c.... a... 2 meters 125. Striking gear and devices for cutting of power 124.. Section 24 122.

then.. 124 A. Section 27 129... 128 A. Yes. It is mandatory under section 30(1) of the Factories Act.. 131. 130. Section 31 c. Section 32 b. None of the Above 128. sump or tank that may be injurious due to its location or depth shall be adequately covered or fenced so as to avoid accident and injury. 1948 d.. under which section is it mentioned so? a.. It is mandatory under section 32(1) of the Factories Act. a.. 122 B. Section 30 b... Section 33 c. Section 29 c. fixed vessel. 129 B. None of the Above. 125 B. 130 B. Section 34 .. 9 mtrs d. The term "Pressure Plant" is discussed under which section of the act? a. The term "Revolving Machinery" is discussed under . 1948. Section 33 Answers to Labour Law Questions 13 : 121 A. Yes. 126 D. 12 mtrs c... of the Factories Act. 6 mtrs b. 123 C. 127 A. 1948 c. Section 32 d. Section 30 b.. Which section is this? a.a. Is it mandatory to display/fix a notice showing the maximum safe working peripheral speed of every grindstone or abrasive wheel near each machine where grinding is carried on? If Yes.. Section 28 d. No... This section of the factories act provides that every pit. it is not mandatory b.

Section 35 c... a. Section 34 d... Section 38 of the factories act speaks about. Floors. Section 37 b. chamber... 8 volts c..... Section 35 which speaks about . Protection of head 134. Protection from dangerous fumes and gases is ensured under . Stairs and Means of Access b. 1948. Precautions in case of fire d. a.. 24 volts 136.. a....d. Section 38 c. Protection from Welding Arc c. a.. c. A worker employed in a factory for Welding is not provided safety screen and/or goggles and/or other appropriate protective equipment....... of the factories act... Protection of eyes d..... Protection of face b. None of these 135.. Section 36 b. Precautions in case of flood .... gas etc. This situation is violating one of the sections i.. 12 volts d.... Section 40 d.. tank or pit may not exceed . 40 volts b. Section 33 133........ Which section protects a worker from being employed at a factory for lifting or moving or carrying any load which may cause him injury? a. Section 35 132.e.. Explosives or inflammable dust. Any portable light that needs to be used inside a confined space.

... a..B . a.. 140 C.. as regards articles and substances for use in factories is discussed under . of the factories act. Section 7-B d... 135 D.. 138 D.A d..... "Maintenance of Buildings" is ensured for safety under .... Section 19 140. Section 15-A d. "Striking Gear and devices for cutting of power" is given under .. 500 c. 134 A. 139 A.. Section 41 ... The constitution of site appraisal committee is covered under which section of the Factories Act.. 136 C.... Section 39-A c. Section 7 b.... Section 24 b. of the factories act. 750 d... There shall be 1 Safety Officer for every . 1000 138. Section 39 b.... Section 40 c. 250 b. None of these Answers to Labour Law Questions 14: 131 B.. Section 18 c. 1948? a. 132 C. a. 141. 133 C. General Duties of manufacturers. Section 39 b.. etc.. Section 41 ..137. 137 D. workers in a factory. a.. Section 40 d. Section 7-A c. 1948..... Section 40-A 139..

Consider applications for grant of permission for the initial location of a factory involving Chemical Material handling.. False 147.... Consider applications for grant of permission for the initial location of a factory involving Complex Technology Process. The site appraisal committee shall include a representative of the Central Board for the Prevention and Control of Water Pollution appointed by the Central Government under . 143. Section 6 145. Section 4 c. b.142... c. 1981 146. What is the purpose of site appraisal committee constituted in the question discussed above? a. The site appraisal committee shall include a representative of the Central Board for the Prevention and Control of Air Pollution referred under section 3 of which Act? a... Consider applications for grant of permission for the initial location of a factory involving Heavy Machinery in a moving state. a. Air (Prevention and Control of Air Pollution) Act... Air (Prevention and Control of Air Pollution) Act.. Air (Prevention and Control of Air Pollution) Act. a. Air (Prevention and Control of Air Pollution) Act. Third Party Auditor d.. a. 1985 d. Chief Inspector b.... The site appraisal committee shall include a representative of the State Board for the Prevention and Control of Air Pollution referred under . 1992 b. of Air (Prevention and Control of Air Pollution) Act. Executive Auditor c. Section 9 ... 1990 c. 1974. 1981. True b.... Section 5 d.. Consider applications for grant of permission for the initial location of a factory involving Hazardous Process. The site appraisal committee shall also include a representative of the State Board for the purpose of Prevention and Control of Water Pollution.. Section 3 b. Who shall be the Chairman of the site appraisal committee? a. d. of the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act. Commissioner of Police 144.

True b. 143 A. Yes . is the State Government allowed to include a representative from the Central Government into the Site Appraisal Committee? a. Section 7 c. Section 5 148. Section 6 d. False 149. 144 A. 90 days d. In how many days is The Site Appraisal Committee required to submit its report to the State Government? a. The site appraisal committee shall also include a representative of the Department of Environment in the state. a. True b. 148 B. If the application to the Site Appraisal Committee has come from a factory owned or controlled by Central Government. False Answers to Labour Laws Questions 15 : 141 C. False 150. 146 A. 120 days 153.145 D. A representative of the Meterological Department of the Government is also included in the site appraisal committee. False 152. a. The Site Appraisal committee constituted for considering applications for initial location of factory involving hazardous process may also include a representative of Town Planning Departments of the State Government. 60 days c. a. 150 A. 142 B. 147 D. 149 A. a. 151. 30 days b. The site appraisal committee shall also include a representative of the Department of Education in the state.b. True b. True b.

. a.. 3 months b. 1974 and the Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act. a. The maximum permissible limits of exposure to chemical and toxic substance in a factory involving hazardous process are mentioned in . Second Schedule . 2 158..b. 9 months c. True b...C 156.... Section 41 . 3 d. from the Central Board or the State Board established under the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act. How many members would this committee include? a. No 154. False 155. 15 b.A c... Section 40 b. then the same applicant is not required to take further approval..B d.. Section 41 . First Schedule b. 1948? a. 12 months d. involved in hazardous process.... If an application for establishing a factory involving hazardous process has been approved by the State Government.... It is the responsibility of the Occupier. a..... for the same factory. Specific responsiblities of the occupier in relation to hazardous processes is given under which section of The Factories Act.. The Central Government may appoint an Inquiry committee for inquiring into the Standards of Health and Safety in a factory involving hazardous process. to get the medical check up done of every worker working in his/her factory at regular intervals not exceeding . 5 c. 1981.... Section 41 . 24 months 157.

159 A.I d. 100 : 0 160. The Right of Workers to warn about imminent danger in a factory involving hazardous process is given under which section of The Factories Act. 41 . In what proportion shall the both parties be included in such committee? (Management : Workers) a. 350 d. 156 C. 1 First-aid box to be provided for minimum ____ number of workers ordinarily employed at any one time in a factory.c. 1948? a. 154 A. None of the above 162. 41 .G b.H c. the occupier shall set up a Safety Committee constituting Workers and Management for maintaining proper safety and health at work. 157 C. 150 b. 41 . 161. 70 : 30 d. 160 B. Facilities for Drinking Water b. 155 D. Third Schedule d. 41 . 250 c.J Answers to Labour Laws Questions 16 : 151 A. Facilities for storing and drying clothing c. Section 42 of the act is for a. 60 : 40 c. In a factory involving hazardous process. Washing facilities d. a. 100 . 50 : 50 b. 152 C. 158 B. 153 A. None of these 159.

Canteen should be provided and maintained in a factory where more than ____ numberof workers are ordinarily employed. 150 b. 1000 165. 1948 specifies the requirement of providing and maintaining Canteen? a. True b.163. False 166. Adequate Shelter or rest room and a suitable lunch room should be provided in a factory wherein more than ____ workers are ordinarily employed. Section 47 168. 100 b. a. a. Ambulance room to be provided and maintained where more than _____ number of workers are ordinarily employed. a. True b. a. 150 c. 300 b. a. The Ambulance room should be readily available at any time. Section 45 c. Which section of the Factories Act. 250 . Section 46 d. 700 d. Section 44 b. 500 c. 250 167. Any responsible person who has some knowledge on first aid treatment can be the in charge person for the first-aid box. False 164. even after the working hours of the factory because emergency can happen any time. 200 d.

Facilities for Sitting . 168 A. a. 2 years b. 1948 specifies the requirement for Creches? a. Identify Section 44 of The Factories Act. 3 years c. Section 47 c. Section 50 172. False Answers to Labour Laws Questions 17 : 161 C. a. Which section specifies the requirement for Shelters. 166 D. The rooms provided as per the requirement of Section for Creches under the act. 6 years 174. 1 173. 164 B. shall be for the use of children under the age of a. Section 49 170. 300 d. where a lunch room exists no worker shall eat any food in the work room. 4 years d. 165 B. 170 A.c. 163 B. Which section of The Factories Act. True b. Section 47 b. 30 b. 171. Section 49 d. Section 48 d. Section for Creches provides that a suitable room(s) shall be provided and maintained where more than ____ number of women workers are ordinarily employed. 1948. 167 C. The section for Shelters. 169 B. 500 169. a. Facilties for Drinking Water b. Section 46 b. 162 A. Rest rooms and lunch rooms? a. Rest rooms and lunch room states that. Section 48 c. 50 c. 80 d.

173 D. 48 c. Daily Hours c. Section 52 discusses about Weekly Holidays. 1948 specifies the requirement of Welfare Officer? a. a. 177 B. First-aid appliances 175. 175 A. Section 50 d. True b. Prescribed number of Welfare Officers shall be employed in a factory where more than ____ numberof workers are ordinarily employed. 181. a. 100 b. Weekly Off 179. 180 A. 6 b.c. Identify Section 51 of the acta. 15 182. Section 48(3) empowers the State Government to make rules requiring the provision of free milk or refreshment or both for children of women workers using the Creches room. 179 B. 200 d. a. Employee b. Which section of the Factories Act. the number of consecutive working days of the worker should not exceed ____ days. a. 172 A. Section 49 c. Section 48 b. 500 177. 10 d. a. 7 c. True b. In case of any breach of Section 52(1) who shall be liable for penalties? a. 42 b. 60 d. Section 51 lays down that no adult worker shall be required or allowed to work is a factory for more than _____ hours in a Week. Creches d. 150 c. Section 51 178. 72 180. Manager . False 176. False Answers to Labour Laws Questions 18 : 171 B. 174 B. 176 D. Working Hours b. In case the weekly holiday of a worker is substituted for another day. Weekly Hours d. 178 C.

4 b. 5 d. Both Manager & Occupier 183. An interval of atleast ___ hour(s) should be provided after atleast 5 hours of work. the daily working hours can be extended only with the prior permission of a.c. a. Section 55 d. According to Section for Daily hours. a. 10 187. no adult worker shall be required or allowed to work in a factory for more than ____ hours in any day. 2 d. Employee b. a. 1 188. 9 c. With the special approval of Chief Inspector the extended contonuous working period before taking a break should not exceed for more than ____ hours a. 8 . 1948 provides for Compensatory Holidays? a. Section 56 184. Chief Inspector c. 10 d. Which section of The Factories Act. Period for working of an adult shall be fixed such that it does not exceed ____ hours before appropriate interval for rest. In order to facilitate the change of shifts. 8 c. Occupier 186. 3 c. Section 53 b. Section 54 c. Occupier d. 8 b. 4 b. Labour Commissioner d. 12 185. 6 b.

5 c. Section 56 Answers to Labour Laws Questions 19 : 181 C. The period of work.c. inclusive of intervals for rest. None of the above 192 Identify Section 58 of the act. Sunrise c. 189 D. a worker is entitled for overtime when he works for more than ___ hours in any day or more than ___ hours in a week. 186 C. 1948 lays down the details about Spreadover? a. 184 B. 191 For a person working in Night Shift. 8. 188 A. 48 b. 9. 9. a. 185 B. Section 59 b. 48 d. Night shift b. Section 58 c. Section 57 d. Spreadover c. 12:00 AM b. 8 b.5 190. 5 d. Prohibition of overlapping shift 193 As per The Factories Act. 182 D. 10. 8. a. 8. a. 183 A. 190 D. Which section of The Factories Act. 10 d. a holiday for whole day shall start froma. 4 189. the end of his shift d. Daily hours d. of any adult worker may not exceed ____ hours in any day. 187 D. 54 . 54 c.

a. 18 b. 14 d.194 The rate of wages for Overtime shall be ___ times the Ordinary rate of wages of the worker. Section 60 . False 196 A Standard Family includes the Worker. a. 4 d. 3 c. 12 198 "Adult Consumption Unit" in case of a male means consumption unit of a male above the age of ___ years. 2 b. 4. True b. 14 c. 2. 18 b. a. 16 c. a. his/her spouse and ___ children below the age of ___ years. 3. 12 199 What is the section for "Extra wages for overtime" under The Factories Act? a. a. 3. None of the above 195 Ordinary Wages includes Bonus. 14 d. 14 d. 10 197 "Adult Consumption Unit" in case of a Female means consumption unit of a female above the age of ___ years. Section 59 b. 18 b. 16 c.

12 d. None of the above Answers to Labour Laws Questions 20 : 191 C. 200 C. Section 62 202. 199 A. Section 62 200 Identify Section 56 of the act a. 1948 asks to maintain which register in the Factory? a. 14 . Section 61 d. Spreadover d. Register of Temporary Workmen c. 201. 198 C. Weekly hours c. Register of Salary 203. Register of Adult Workers d. 194 A. 10 c. Section 60 c. Section 61 d. 192 D. Daily hours b. 193 C. Exemptions made by the State government under section 65 are subject to certain conditions one of which mentions that the total number of hours of work in any day shall not exceed ___ hours.c. Register of Wages b. 196 C. Section 59 b. Section 62 of The Factories Act. 8 b. Which section of the act restricts double employment? a. 195 B. 197 C. a.

13 b. 4 c. a. a. shall not exceed ___ hours in any day. True b. Exemptions made by the State government under section 65 are subject to certain conditions one of which mentions that no worker shall be allowed to work overtime. including overtime. Exemptions made by the State government under section 65 are subject to certain conditions one of which mentions that no worker shall be allowed to work overtime more than ___ hours in any quarter. 16 c. 75 208. 3 b. for more than ___ days at a stretch. 6 d. False . 18 d. 160 d. 72 206. 20 205. 48 b. a. 180 c. 7 207.204. Exemptions made by the State government under section 65 are subject to certain conditions one of which mentions that the total number of hours of work in any week. No exemption shall be made for Daily working Hours in case of women workers. shall not exceed ___ hours. a. Exemptions made by the State government under section 65 are subject to certain conditions one of which mentions that the Spread-over. 54 c. inckusive of Intervals. 60 d. a. 210 b.

Certifying Surgeon 213. Parents/Guardian of the adolescent c. Section 79 d. 210 C. 205 C. 12 c. 206 D. Occupier of the factory c. 207 D. True b. Labour Commissioner d. An adolescent can work in a factory with appropriate compliances done as per the act. Manager of the factory b. 18 Answers to Labour Laws Questions 21 : 201 B. 208 A. 211. Section 64 b. The application for Certificate of Fitness must be accompanied by a document signed by ___ a.209. 8 b. Chief Inspector d. Section 80 210. False 212. Chief Inspector b. Section 67 c. 204 A. Who must issue the Certificate of fitness? a. Which section of The Factories Act. Parents of the young person . Employment of children less than ___ years of age is prohibited. 1948 prohibits the employment of young children? a. a. a. 14 d. 209 B. 203 C. 202 C.

What is the period of validity of certificate of fitness issued by certifying surgeon? a. Six months c. Life time 219. True b. False 216. Eighteenth 217. If the certifying surgeon is issuing. False . False 218. False 215. it is required that the certifying surgeon examines the place if he does not have personal knowledge of the place of work or manufacturing process where the person in question will be required to work. a. True b.214. Before issuing the certificate of fitness. cannot renew the same. Twelve months b. The certifying surgeon can issue. he must be satisfied that the person has completed his ___ year of age. to a young person. Fifteenth d. The certificate of fitness may be issued with a condition requiring reexamination of the young person before the expiry of the certificate. True b. to a young person. a certificate of fitness to work in a factory as an Adult. a. a. Two years d. Twelfth b. True b. Fourteenth c. a. The certifying surgeon who has once issued a certificate of fitness. a. a certificate of fitness to work in a factory as an adult.

220. 212 D. 213 A. What is the section number for "Certificate of Fitness" under The Factories Act. The certyfing surgeon can revoke the certificate of fitness issued by him if he finds the holder of the certificate is no more fit to work in the capacity stated therein in a factory. 216 C. True b. False 222. 1948? a. 220 C. Child . Parents / Guardian of young person d. If the certifying surgeon revokes a certificate of fitness and the applicant requestes. for the certificate of fitness? a. 68 c. False 223. 67 b. 218 A. 215 A. if payable. Young person d. 221. Occupier b. the certifying surgeon shall state his reasons in writing. An adolescent who has been granted a certificate of fitness to work as an adult in any factory shall be deemed to be an ___ for all the purposes of (working hours of adults) and (annual leave with wages) a. 219 A. 70 Answers to Labour Laws Questions 22 : 211 A. 214 B. a. Young Person c. True b. 69 d. Who bears the fees. Adolescent c. Adult b. 217 A. a. Government 224.

3 c. 8. True b. 4. 8 c. 2 c. a. 4 d. 3 d. In case of period of work of all children employed in a factory. Any adolescent. . 1 b. Section 71(1)"Working hours for children" prohibits the employment of a child in a factory for more than ___ hours in any day. a. Exemptions from the provisions of Section 52 (Weekly Holidays) shall also be made in case of Child Workers in the factory. None of these 228. 7 d. under the age of 17. As per section 71(2) the period of work of all children working in a factory shall be limited to ___ shift(s). no 2 shifts shall be so fixed that they overlap or spreadover for more than ___ hours. a.225. 5 229. 7. 4 d. 1 b. 8 b. 9 226. 3 c. who has been granted certificate of fitness to work as an adult in a factory can be allowed to work only between ___ AM and ___ PM only. Provisions of Section 52 (Weekly Holidays) also applies to Child Workers in the factory. False 230. a. a. 6. 5. 2 b.5 227.

227 B.Annual Leave With Wages. 1948? a. 300 c. Section 72 b. 1948 a. 20 . 6 c. 7. 229 A. 8. 270 d. 228 C. 8. 8 b. in a factory where children are employed. a. False 235. 8 233. in case of adult worker. In order to be allowed leave with wages in a year. Identify Section 71 of The Factories Act. 226 D. True b. the worker must have worked ___ days or more in the preceding calendar year. 231. 223 A.a. True b. as per which section of The Factories Act. 7. As per Section 71(5) of the act. Section 75 234. For the purpose of calculating number of days for leave with wages. Section 74 d. 224 A. 225 C. 7 d. 240 236. 222 A. 230 B. any female child shall not be required to or allowed to work in a factory between ___ PM and ___ AM. a. None of these 232. shall not apply to workers of Railway administered by Government. Certificate of fitness b. False Answers to Labour Laws Questions 23 : 221 A. 365 b. a. the base shall be one day for every ___ days of work performed by him during the previous calendar year. Employment of children d. The provisions of Chapter VIII . Maintaining of Register of child workers is mandatory. Working hours for children c. Section 73 c. a.

he will be required to have worked atleast ___ of days of remainder calendar year. 240 D. 8 c. All d. False . True b. 15 c. If an adult worker has joined on any day except 1st January. 10 238. 239 A. 6 b. 232 A. fraction of leave of half a day or more shall be trated as one full day's leave. a. 12 d. in order to be granted leave with wages at the rate mentioned in section 79 (1) of The Factories Act. 241. 236 A. In case of adult worker. a. 238 D. True b. 235 D. 20 b. 10 d. Two Third Answers to Labour Laws Questions 24 : 231 B. 12 239. the base shall be one day for every ___ days of work performed by him during the previous calendar year. 1948. For the purpose of calculating number of days for leave with wages. 15 c. 10 237. For the purpose of calculating Annual Leave with Wages u/s 79 of the Act. 12 d. 233 B. a. False 240. in case of child worker. One Half b. In case of female worker. maternity leave not exceeding ___ weeks is included while calculating 240 days or more of work period during that year. a. 237 B. a. One Third c. any days of lay-off by agreement or contract or as permissible by standing orders shall be included. for the computation of 240 days or more of work period. 234 A.b.

7 b. 7 b. 5 . If a person. In case of an adult worker. 7 c. 40 d. 10 c. a. wishes to avail his "annual leave with wages" he shall apply in writing to the manager at least ___ days in advance of the commencement of leave period. 30 b. 80 d. 45 244. employed in any public utility service. a. 35 c. As per section 79(6) of The Factories Act. 30 246. 10 b. 15 d. only up to ___ unused leaves can be carried forward to the succeeding year. only up to ___ unused leaves can be carried forward to the succeeding year. 35 c. 30 245. If a person wishes to avail his "Annual leave with wages". he shall apply in writing to the manager at least ___ days in advance of the commencement of leave period. 30 b. 90 243. 15 d. a. 1948 the number of times in which leave may be taken during any year shall not exceed ___ a. In case of a Child worker. a. 10 c.242.

admissible under section 81. working in a public utility service. If a worker wishes to avail his leave with wages for the purpose of covering period of illness. he shall be paid the wages. 15 c. admissible under section 81. None of these 250. Identify section 82 of The Factories Act. Notification of cancellation d. not later than ___ days from the date of his application for leave. Wages during leave period c. Mode of recovery of unpaid wages c. 1948. wishes to avail his leave with wages for the purpose of covering period of illness. 250 B . Application for leave Answers to Labour Laws Questions 25 : 241 A. a. 247 B. Wages during leave period b. 20 d. If a worker. Identify section 80 of The Factories Act. 20 d. Application for leave b. 248 D.d. 30 248. Payment in advance in certain cases d. a. 15 c. 245 D. 10 b. 243 C. 249 B. a. 246 D. 3 247. 1948. 244 C. 30 249. he shall be paid the wages. a. 10 b. 242 A. not later than ___ days from the date of his application for leave.

251. 1 year & Two Lakhs b. 5000 rupees . 5 lakh rupees b.000 rupees 255. 10000 c. a. a. a. 5 years & Five Lakhs d. 50. Section 91 d. Section 92 254. Which section of The Factories Act. 1948 discusses about General Penalty for Offences? a. 1000000 253. the court may penalize further Rs. Penalty resulting from death of any worker due to contravention of any provisions of Chapter IV or Section 87 shall not be less than ___. 7 years & Ten Lakhs 252. 25. Section 89 b. ___ for each such day. 1948. 2 years & One Lakh c. 1 lakh rupees c. In case when contravention or the offence is continued. 1000 b. Penalty resulting from serious bodily injury to any worker due to contravention of any provisions of Chapter IV or Section 87 shall not be less than ___. the Manager and the Occupier can be penalized with imprisonment up to ___ years or fine up to ___ rupees or both. Section 90 c. In case any actions of a factory contravene the provisions of The Factories Act. 100000 d. a.000 rupees d.

One Lakh b.000 260. a.b. a. 4.000 b. shall extend up to rupees ___. Two Lakhs c. 20. 3. 10. If any worker contravenes any provisions of The Factories Act.50. Section 97 259.000 rupees d. a. 6 months.000 c. 50. 10. 40.000 d. Which section of The Factories Act. 1948. Five Lakhs 258. 20. Under The Factories Act.000 rupees c. 10. 10. 1948 details about "Enhanced penalty after previous conviction"? a. Section 94 b. Any person. Section 95 c. Penalty applicable to a person who was found guilty again of any offence punishable under section 92. 30. 1948 if any person willfully obstructs an Inspector exercising his power of inspection. 7000 c.000 257.000 rupees 256. 1 year. 5. 5000 b. shall be imprisoned for a period which may extend to ___ years or a fine not less than rupees ___. Section 96 d. he shall be punishable with a fine which may extend up to rupees ___. 1 month. such person shall be punishable with imprisonment which may extend up to ___ or with fine which may extend to rupees ___. 3 months. who was found guilty again of any offence punishable under section 92.000 d. 2. Three Lakhs d. .

shall be penalized with imprisonment. 1000 d. 4 months. 1948 penalizes for permitting double employment of child? a. Penalty for offences by workers is discussed under which section of the act? a. 3 months. a. 1 thousand rupees b. Section 96 b. 3 d. Section 101 265. 2 c. 1 b. 2000 Answers to Labour Laws Questions 26 : 251 B. 258 A. Section 100 264. Section 97 c. 100 b. 255 A. 4 266. 252 A. a. In case of any offence. Section 98 d. which may extend up to ___ or fine which may extend up to ___. 5 months. Section 100 d. if the manager wants to make a complaint charging another person as the actual offender. 256 A. 3 thousand rupees d. then a written notice must be given by the manager atleast before ___ days before making such complaint. 260 B 261. Section 97 b. 2 months. Section 98 c. Section 99 c. Which section of The Factories Act. . 254 D. Section 99 262. Any person. found guilty of using false certificate of fitness. 257 B. Section 99 d. 2 thousand rupees c. 1948 penalizes for using false certificate of fitness? a.a. the court hearings shall not be adjourned for a periid exceeding ___ months. If case of hearings where manager has charged another person as actual offender. Which section of The Factories Act. Section 98 b. 253 D. 259 C. 4 thousand rupees 263. 500 c.

Which section of The Factories Act. 30 days c. Section 107 b. 1948 is on Appeals? a. 268 B. Section 108 c. 270 A. 264 A. 3 d. 90 days 270. 267 D. Section 106 c. . Which section of The Factories Act. 1948 describes the Limitation of Prosecution? a. a. unless complaint is made within ___ of the date when it came to the knowledge of the Inspector. 2 month d. 2 c. a. 4 267. Section 110 Answers to Labour Laws Questions 27 : 261 B. If the occupier intends to make an appeal against any written order served by the Inspector. 262 A. 266 C. 45 days d. Under the act. 15 days b. 263 C. 3 months 268. 1 month c. Section 109 d. they shall do so within ___ days. 265 C.a. Section 107 d. no court shall take cognizance of offence punishable therein. Section 108 269. 1 b. 3 days b. 269 B. Section 105 b.

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