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Note : This paper contains seventy five (75) objective type questions of two (2) marks each.
All questions are compulsory.

1. Which of the following types of 5. The theory that categorized needs

control involves evaluation of inputs being concerned with survival,
and taking corrective actions before relationships and desire for personal
the operation is completed ? development is popularly known as
(A) Feed Forward Control (A) Need Hierarchy Theory
(B) Concurrent Control (B) Two Factor Theory
(C) Feedback Control (C) ERG Theory
(D) Forward Control (D) Contingency Theory

6. Which of the following is/are part(s)

2. Which of the following is the process of transformation process, is/are
of systematically identifying, considered as a part of organizational
assessing and developing development ?
organizational leadership to enhance a. Implementing Strategic
performance ? Planning and Alignment
(A) Manpower Planning b. Assessing the competitors
(B) Career Planning strengths and weaknesses
(C) Succession Planning c. Assessing the environment and
(D) Strategic Human Resource changing organisational
Planning structure, systems and culture
d. Developing the work climate to
enhance teamwork, trust and
3. Which of the following is not a
principle under the Hot Stove Rule
of Douglas Mc Gregor ? (A) a, b and c
(A) Advance Warning (B) a, b, c and d
(C) a, c and d
(B) Impersonality and Impartiality
(D) a, b and d
(C) Consistency
(D) Opportunity to defend
7. The International Institute of Labour
Studies was established in the year :
4. Quality Circles in India, the first (A) 1919 (B) 1960
book incorporating the process to be (C) 1926 (D) 1978
adopted in developing, implementing
and sustaining quality circles, was 8. Which of the following is an illegal
authored by industrial action as per law ?
(A) T.V. Rao (A) Mutual Insurance
(B) D.M. Pestonzee (B) Collective Bargaining
(C) Udai Pareek (C) Lock out
(D) S.R. Udpa (D) Gherao
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(C) (D)
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(A) b.
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(A) (B) a, b, c d
(B) (C) a, c d
(C) (D) a, b d
4. (A) 1919 (B) 1960
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9. Compulsory collective bargaining was 15. Under which of the following incentive
advocated by : plans a worker is quaranteed a
(A) G.L. Nanda minimum wage on the time basis. Then
(B) Khandubhai Desai a standard time is fixed for the
(C) V.V. Giri completion of every work and if the
(D) Jagjivan Ram worker completes the work in less time,
10. The Journal Dinabandhu was being he is given bonus of the time actually
published by : saved in proportion to the total time ?
(A) Ahmedabad Textile Labour (A) Halsey Premium System
Association (B) Rowan Premium System
(B) Bombay Mill Hands Association (C) Barth System
(C) All India Trade Union Congress (D) Emerson Efficiency System
(D) Madras Labour Union 16. AFL-CIO in United States of America is a :
11. Which of the following is the (A) Craft Union
appropriate Government in relation to (B) Industrial Union
employment of workmen by a (C) General Union
contractor for construction of Railway (D) National Union
Staff Quarters in a State headquarters
and fixation of minimum wages ? 17. Which of the following factor(s) is/are
(A) The Central Government responsible for weakening the trade
(B) The concerned State Government unions in India ?
(C) Both (A) and (B) a. absence of rank and file leadership
(D) Either (A) or (B), but depends b. absence of one union in one
on the situation and appeal by industry
the contractor c. politicization of unions
12. Under the Industrial Disputes Act, d. proactive management
which of the following cannot be (A) a, b and c (B) a, b, c and d
considered as an industrial despute ? (C) a and b (D) a only
(A) When employer fails to keep his 18. During the National Emergency Period,
verbal promises how many schemes of workers
(B) When closure is a pretence participation in management were
(C) When demand made for introduced by the Government of India ?
alteration of conditions of (A) One (B) Two
service of employees in a (C) Three (D) Four
cooperative society 19. An association of crane operators in an
(D) When the lock-out is in disguise industrial establishment is an example of :
of closure (A) General Union
13. Who had advanced the concepts of (B) Craft Union
Long Arm of Job and Social (C) Industrial Union
Invasion of Workplace explaining the (D) Industrial Federation
intricate relationship between intra- 20. The factor, which does not include the
mural and extra-mural welfare ? substance of sound industrial relations
(A) Emile Durkheim policy at the macro-level is
(B) Herbert Spenser (A) Business proposition, project
(C) Amitai Etzioni development
(D) Charles Spaulding (B) Structure of economy and labour
14. Which of the following is/are market
determinant(s) of supply of labour ? (C) Structure of union and employers
a. other wage rate organisations
b. non-wage income (D) Policies of the Government
c. preferences for work versus leisure
d. number of qualified suppliers 21. Which is not an association of
(A) a and b (B) a, b and d employers ?
(C) a, b, c and d (D) b, c and d (A) CIE (B) AIOE
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(D) b, c d (C) CITU (D) IOE
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22. Which of the following Codes 25. Which of the following is the main
incorporates all the given statements ? function of Labour Relations Act of
(i) Every employee in an industry or United Kingdom ?
unit shall have the freedom and (A) Regulating working conditons
right to join the union of his/her (B) Licencing the industries
(ii) There shall be no dual (C) Registration of unions
membership of unions (D) Recognition of unions
(iii) Uninhibited acceptance and
respect for democratic functioning 26. Which of the following statements
(iv) Regular and democratic elections relating to the Factories Act is not true ?
of executive bodies (A) There is a provision in the Act
(A) Inter-union code of conduct relating to the constitution of a
(B) Code of Discipline Managing Committee for the
(C) Code of Practice management of the canteen.
(D) Industrial Truce Resolution
(B) There is a provision in the Act
23. Match the following measures suggested regarding the setting up of a
with the committees/ Commissions/ Acts. safety committee.
Committees/ Measured
Commission/Act Suggested (C) The Act does not have a
a. The Trade i. Improvement of provision relating to the setting
Unions Act productions, unions up of welfare committee.
to discourage (D) The Act has a provision
absenteeism, and relating to the establishment of
interruption of work a Grievance Committee.
b. Royal ii. Growth of collective
Commission bargaining recogni- 27. What is the role of the Arbitration
on Labour tion of union, prohi- Board in United Kingdom ?
bition of strikes & (A) Agreement
lockouts (B) Settlement
c. Industrial iii. Registration of (C) Award
Policy Trade Unions
Resolution (D) Collective Agreements Non-legal
d. First National iv. Appointment of 28. Which of the following are tripartite
Commission Labour Officer bodies ?
on Labour
Codes : a. Indian Labour Conference
a b c d b. Wage Board
(A) ii i iv iii c. Standing Labour Committee
(B) iii iv i ii d. Works Committee
(C) iii i ii iv (A) a and b (B) b and c
(D) iv ii iii i
(C) a, b and c (D) a, b, c and d
24. Due to pursuit of Laissez-Faire policy
in economic affairs in the past and 29. During whose tenure as a union
faith in promoting autonomy in labour minister, the code of
industrial relations, the government in
United Kingdom has followed a policy Discipline was adopted ?
of non-intervention in the sphere of (A) V.V. Giri
industry. In this context, find out which (B) G.L. Nanda
of the following is not correct ? (C) Khandubhai Desai
(A) The principle of collective (D) P.A. Sangma
bargaining be practised
(B) The principle of developing 30. Which four of the Central Trade
procedures for free and Union Organizations were signatories
expeditious settlement
(C) The principle of protecting and to the inter-union code of conduct ?
saving workers from unfair (A) INTUC, AITUC, BMS and
labour practices UTUC
(D) The principle of association of (B) AITUC, BMS, CITU and HMS
workers in independent trade (C) AITUC, HMS, INTUC and
unions and employers
association for development of UTUC
industrial democracy (D) BMS, CITU, HMS and INTUC
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(iii) (D)
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31. Which of the following organizations 35. The National Apex Body was
received a bad publicity in the print established in 1975 comprising of
and electronic media in 2005 for (A) Representatives of employers
belonging only to AIOE, and
adopting unfair labour practices and trade unions belonging only to
causing police brutality on its INTUC
workers ? (B) Representatives of employers
(A) Maruti Udyog Limited belonging to AIOE, EFI and
(B) Tata Motors AIMO and trade unions
(C) Honda Motorcycles and belonging to INTUC and HMS
Scooters India Limited (C) Representatives of employers
belonging to AIOE and AIMO
(D) Durgapur Steel Plant and trade unions belonging to
32. The shifts that have been taking place (D) Representatives of employers
in the collective bargaining front in belonging to AIOE, EFI and
India in the post-liberalisation period AIMO and trade unions
include belonging to INTUC and
a. collective to individual AITUC
b. increased wages/incomes and 36. Which of the following is false :
benefits accompanied by (A) A Multinational Corporation
erosion of job control. (MNC) is registered in more
c. concession bargaining. than one country or has
d. Attendance, skill or operations in more than one
performance-linked rather than country.
age-weighted and seniority- (B) A Multinational Corporation
based wages and benefits. produces and sells goods or
(A) only a services in various countries.
(B) a and b (C) A Multinational Corporation
(C) a, b and c can also be referred to as an
(D) a, b, c and d international corporation.
(D) None of the above.
33. The Second National Commission on
Labour recommended that a 37. Fish bone diagram is also known as
registered union should be given (A) Kaizen Diagram
recognition as a single negotiating (B) Ishikawa Diagram
agent in an establishment through (C) Taguchi Diagram
check-off system, if it is having a (D) Pareto Diagram
minimum of :
(A) 33 percent of workers as 38. Which of the following features
members characterize the Balance Score Card
(B) 60 percent of workers as Method ?
members a. The score cards are cascading
(C) 66 percent of workers as in nature and as such are all
members pervasive in an organization
(D) 75 percent of workers as b. It is supported by effective
workers communication system
c. Standardization of goals is not
34. The British Trades Union Congress rigid
was established in the year : d. Customer focus is an integral
part of Balanced Score cards
(A) 1862 (B) 1868 (A) a, b and c (B) b, c and d
(C) 1892 (D) 1900 (C) a, b, and d (D) a, c and d
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b. 36. ?
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(B) -
(A) a /
(B) a b
(C) a, b c (C) -
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(A) 33 (C)
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34. d. -
(A) 1862 (B) 1868 (A) a, b c (B) b, c d
(C) 1892 (D) 1900 (C) a, b, d (D) a, c d
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39. Affective competence, Intellectual 42. What composes the SMART
competence and Action-oriented goals ?
competence as components of key (A) Simple, Monetary, Achieved,
competencies of managers was Reliable, Total
proposed by (B) Specific, Measurable,
(A) Rabi Kanungo and Sashi B. Attainable, Realistic, Time
Mishra Bound
(B) Robert Katz (C) Strategic, Measurable,
(C) Henry Mintzberg Analytical, Reportable,
(D) Thomas Durand Technical
40. Which of the following statements (D) Strategic, Market oriented,
about performance management are Analytical, Reportable,
true ? Technical
a. It is a moving up process and
there will be upheavals and 43. Which of the following is correct
odds about sustainable development ?
b. To integrate strategy and (A) It aims at continuous
operation of performance development
management it would require (B) It deals with regular growth of
planning, information and social interest
quality management system
c. The entire performance (C) It meets the needs of present
management system is based without hurting future
on reporting and measurement generations
d. Score carding is not central to (D) It develops employees for
the performance management growth of business
(A) a and b (B) b and c 44. Based on his 14 principles, Edward
(C) a, b and c (D) b, c and d Deming is a strong proponent of
(A) increase in quotas to enhance
41. Match the explanation relating to the productivity.
sources of power mentioned below :
a. Reward i. the power (B) inspection at the end of
Power legitimately does production process.
not belong to the (C) training and development of
person but gained employees.
by access to (D) creating quality slogans to
powerful sources motivate workforce.
b. Legitimate ii. influencing by
Power specialised skill 45. Action learning is a training
gained by the technique in which
person (A) trainee is allowed to work full
c. Referrent iii. the authority to time analyzing and solving
Power impose problems in other departments.
punishment (B) trainee moves from department
d. Expert iv. the power enjoyed to department to broaden
Power due to hierarchical experience.
Codes : (C) trainee is presented with
a b c d written description of
(A) iii ii i iv organizational problem.
(B) i ii iii iv (D) trainee is sent for formal
(C) iv iii ii i training outside the
(D) iii iv i ii organisation.
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46. Glass ceiling refers to 52. Which of the following is/are
(A) Moderate difficulties in training technique(s) of Total Quality
of women workforce Management ?
(B) Artificial barriers based on a. Six Sigma
attitudinal and organizational b. Kaizen
bias preventing career growth of c. Just-in-time Management
women d. Business Process
(C) Personality weaknesses Reengineering
hindering career growth of (A) only a
women (B) a and b
(D) Transperency at higher levels in (C) a, b and c
organisation (D) a, b, c and d
47. A person who is citizen of the country 53. Which one of the following contains
where MNC is headquartered, but the phases of organizational
working in another country with the development arranged in sequential
same company is called order ?
(A) Host Country Nationals (A) Entry into the organization,
(B) Trans Country Nationals diagnosis, culture building and
(C) Third Country Nationals interventions
(D) Parent Country Nationals (B) Entry into the organization,
diagnosis, interventions and
48. Which of the following is not a reason culture building
for increasing workforce diversity ? (C) Entry into the organization,
(A) Changing demographies culture building, diagnosis and
(B) Product Quality Consciousness interventions
(C) Political and Legal Systems (D) Entry into the organization,
(D) Globalisation of Business interventions, diagnosis and
culture building
49. Career in Human Resource
Management means 54. OCTAPACE the concept for
(A) A status job study of organisational climate was
(B) A respectable consistent developed by
occupation (A) Peter F. Drucker
(C) A job where a person can earn (B) Peter Segne
livelihood (C) Udai Pareek
(D) The progression of a person in (D) Dharni P. Sinha
his occupation over the years
55. Which of the following is/are the root
50. Which of the following is not an action cause(s) of downsizing ?
of classical change programme ? a. mechanisation and moderni-
(A) Refreezing (B) Removing sation
(C) Moving (D) Unfreezing b. cost cutting methods and
effective communication
51. Which one of the following is an c. technological advancement and
example of Golden-Handshake improvement in organisational
Scheme ? performance
(A) Superannuation Retirement d. impact of globalisation
(B) Voluntary Retirement (A) only a
(C) Compulsory Retirement (B) a and b
(D) Retirement on account of (C) a, b and c
disablement (D) a, b, c and d
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46. 52.
(A) / / ?
a. : (six sigma)
(B) b.
c. --
(C) (A) a
(B) a b
(D) (C) a, b c
(D) a, b, c d
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56. Arrange in a sequence the following 59. Which of the following authorities has
Acts in the order of years in which they the power to prescribe the form of
were enacted from latest to earliest certificate of fitness to work in a
a. The Mines Act factory under the Factories Act ?
b. The Plantation Labour Act (A) The certifying surgeon
c. The Factories Act (B) The owner or occupier of the
d. The Beedi and Cigar Workers factory
(Conditions of Employment) Act (C) The Chief Inspector of
(A) a, b, c, d Factories of the State
(B) b, a, c, d (D) The State Government
(C) d, b, a, c
(D) d, a, b, c 60. Which of the following statements
about the Unorganised Sector Social
Security Act, 2008 is not true ?
57. Which of the following statements is (A) The Act gives a definition of
not true, when it is the issue of home-based worker, and it is
referring a dispute to a labour court same as self-employed worker.
under the Industrial Disputes Act ? (B) It prescribes for making
(A) If the matter is related to matters suitable welfare schemes for
specified in the second schedule, unorganized workers relating to
the appropriate government may life and disability cover, health
refer it to the labour court. and maternity benefits, and old
age protection by the Central
(B) If the matter is related to the Government.
matters specified in the third (C) The Act gives separate
schedule, the appropriate definitions of unorganized
government may refer it to the worker and wage worker.
labour court, provided the issue (D) It prescribes for making suitable
does not affect more than one welfare schemes for
hundred workmen. unorganized workers relating to
(C) If the dispute in relation to which provident fund, employee injury
the central government is the benefit, housing, educational
appropriate government, it can schemes for children, skill
refer it to the labour court upgradation of workers only by
constituted by the state the State Government.
government. 61. Which State in India was the first to
(D) If the matter is related to issue of enact a legislation governing migrant
national importance, the same workers, which was later repealed by
can be referred to the labour the central Inter-State Migrant
court by the appropriate Workmen Act in 1979 ?
government. (A) Maharashtra
(B) Odisha
58. What is/are common to the Factories (C) Himachal Pradesh
Act, the Mines Act, and the Plantation (D) Uttar Pradesh
Labour Act ? 62. Which part of the definition of
a. They are protective legislations worker under the Factories Act is
b. They are social security incomplete ?
legislations (A) A person employed directly or
by or through any agency.
c. They are welfare legislations (B) With or without the knowledge
d. They are wage legislations of the principal employer.
(A) only a (B) only c (C) For remuneration
(C) a and c (D) b, c and d (D) In the manufacturing process
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56. 59.

a. ?
b. (A)
c. (B)
d. - ( ) (C)
(A) a, b, c, d
(B) b, a, c, d 60.
(C) d, b, a, c , 2008
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(C) a c (D) b, c d (D)
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63. Assertion (A) : Provisions of 66. Identify the false statement on ILO.
Employees compensation Act (A) ILO is a tripartite body.
and Maternity Benefit Act do not (B) India was not a founding
apply to all industries. member of the ILO as it did not
Reason (R) : Employees Compensation get its Independence.
Act is a comprehensive social
security legislation. (C) ILO has three organs, namely,
(A) (A) is wrong, but (R) is right. the International Conference,
(B) (A) is right, but (R) does not the governing body, and the
related to the (A). International Labour Office.
(C) (A) and (R) are right, and (R) (D) ILO passes conventions and
validates the (A). recommendations prescribing
(D) (A) and (R) are wrong. International Labour Standards.
64. Which of the following statements
about The Employees Provident 67. Match the following Conventions of
Funds and (Miscellaneous Provisions) the ILO according to their
Act are true ? incorporation in the concerned
a. The Act is not applicable to co- laws/source of laws in India.
operative societies employing Conventions Laws/Source of
less than 50 persons working Laws
with the aid of power.
b. It makes provision for pension a. Holidays i. Indian
scheme, including family with pay Constitution
pension. convention
c. There is no wage limit to be (No. 52)
covered under the Act. b. Tripartite ii. Factories Act
d. The Act has a provision relating Constitution
to Employees Deposit-linked
Insurance Scheme. (International
(A) a, b and d (B) a and c Standards)
(C) b, c and d (D) a, c and d Convention
(No. 144)
65. Which of the following statements
about the Grievance Redressal c. Forced iii. International
Machinery given under the Industrial Labour Migrant
Disputes (Amendment) Act, 2010 is Convention Workmen
not true ? (No. 29) (Regulation of
(A) Every industrial establishment Employment &
employing 20 or more workmen conditions of
shall have one or more Grievance service) Act
Redressal Committee.
(B) Grievance Redressal Committee d. Inspection of iv. Minimum Wages
can resolve any dispute arising in Emigrant Act
the industrial establishment. convention
(C) It is a bipartite committee with (No. 21)
equal number of members a b c d
representing the employer and
workmen. (A) ii iv i iii
(D) There is a 45 days time limit (B) ii i iv iii
from the date of written (C) iii i iv ii
application to complete the (D) iii iv i ii
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68. The Trade Unions Act empowers a 72. For which of the following, the State
trade union to create a General Fund Legislature has exclusive power to
for its administration and maintenance.
A trade union purchased shares in the make laws ?
Unit Trust of India to enhance its (A) Shops and Commercial
General Fund Account. Which of the Establishments
following is not correct as per law ?
(A) The trade union can raise its fund (B) Vocational and Technical
by such type of investments. Training of Workers
(B) The trade union can raise its (C) Participation in International
funds by such investments with
the permission of appropriate Associations
government. (D) Social Security and Social
(C) The trade union can raise its fund Assistance
by such investments with the
consent of its general body.
(D) The trade union cannot do so as 73. Which of the following is not the
it is an attempt towards profit- objective of the Child Labour
making. (Prohibition and Regulation) Bill
69. While working at the construction of a proposed by the second National
multistoreyed building of a company, a Commission on Labour ?
worker employed by a contractor, (A) To ensure that no child would
supplied by a sirdar, faced an accident be deprived of a future being
and became temporarily disabled. For deprived of education.
paying compensation to the worker, who
shall be held responsible as per law ? (B) to ensure children not to work
(A) The contractor who employed in situations where they are
the worker exploited.
(B) The sirdar who supplied the (C) to prohibit child labour in all
worker employments irrespective of
(C) Both (A) and (B) their coverage under the
(D) None of the above
existing Act.
70. The basic principle underlying the (D) To tackle the problem of child
enactment of the Trade Unions Act is : labour by ensuring universal
(A) To protect interests of workers education.
against disregard of human
elements in industries. 74. Which of the following is/are
(B) To regulate the relationship of factor(s) for enactment of a
workers and their organization by
regulating the balance of power. legislation regulating payment of
(C) To provide strength to workers to remuneration due to workers ?
settle the industrial disputes. a. Payment in kind
(D) To provide security to workers b. Payment in illegal tender
against the occupational hazards. c. Irregular payments
71. Which of the following contribute(s) as d. Authorised deductions
a principle of labour legislation ? (A) a, b and c (B) a, b and d
a. Principle of International (C) a, b, c and d (D) b, c and d
b. Principle of Economic 75. What is the qualifying service to
Development claim gratuity ?
c. Principle of Protection and (A) 15 years
Regulation (B) 10 years
d. Principle of Social Justice
(A) c and d (B) b, c and d (C) 5 years
(C) a, b, c and d (D) a, b, and d (D) No such prescription
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