MCQ on Introduction to Labour Law with Answers

Discussed here are the MCQ on Introduction to Labour Law with answers. These Multiple choice questions are based on the introduction of Labour Law only. The Objective questions will be helpful in may competitive examinations like NET, PET etc and other students like  MBA BBA MPM DLL etc.

We are also focusing on the various Acts which are included in Labour Law like factories Act, Workmen Compensation Act, EPF Act etc. Hope these Introduction Labour Law MCQ with answers will be interesting and you will also visit the site more to check more MCQ on various other Acts

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ’s) with Answers:

1 ________________ address the Relationship between & among “Employers, Employees & Labour Organizations”
A. Constitution             B. Labour Laws                 C. standing orders                D. Labour empowerment
Answer (B)

2 Labour Law is the
A. Administrative            B. Rulings                C. Precedents                D. All of the above
Answer (D)

3 The “Final Goal” of Labour Laws is to bring both “Employer & Employee” on the
A. same Law             B. Same union                 C. Same level                D. Same organisation
Answer (C)

4 Labour Law mitigates the differences between the two ever warring groups namely
A. Employee & union        B. Employer & Union            C. Employee & Employer           D. None of the above
Answer (C)

5 Employment laws deals with
A. employment contracts B. issues regarding employment C. workplace discrimination D. All of the above
Answer (D)

6 Labour Law emerged when the employees started demanding for
A. better Conditions             B. Right to Organize                 C. improved Standard of Living      D. All of the above
Answer (D)

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7 “Labour Laws” emerged when
A. Employers tried to Restrict the Powers of Worker’s          B. employers tries to keep Labour Costs Low                    C. Workers began Demanding better Conditions                 D. All of the above
Answer (D)

8 The _________________  is the main reason behind the introduction of Factories Act
A. Textile            B. Automobile               C. Mines                 D. Chemical
Answer (A)

9 The DW concept stands for
A. Decent work             B. Down working           C. Decent women employment              D. Dispute workers
Answer (A)

10 The classification of Labour law is majorly of ______ categories
A. 2                            B. 3                                   C. 4                                  D. 5
Answer (A)

11. The major classification of labour law are _____________ and _______________
A. Tripartite, individual      B. women&child, protective        C. collective and individual               D. All of the above
Answer (C)

12. the labour law classified as tripartite relationship between employee, employer and union is known as
A. Collective B. individual C. industrial D. union
Answer (A)

13. Laws related to Employees’ rights at work is classified under ________________ category of labour Law
A. Collective             B. individual                C. industrial                       D. union
Answer (B)

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14. The Indian Labour Law is majorly concentrating on the problems related to
A. working condition              B. Labour Welfare                C. Social Security                       D. All of the above
Answer (D)

15 The Labour Law does not include laws relating to
A. intellectual property             B. equal remuneration                    C. working condition                  D. child labour
Answer (A)

16 In India the Law related to workmen compensation, child labour etc are called as
A. employment law             B. Labour Law                 C. Mercantile Law               D. Factories Law
Answer (B)

17 The industrial/labour legislation enacted by the British were primarily intended to protect the interests of the
A. British employers                      B. Indian Employers         C. British employees               D. Indian employees
Answer (A)

18 It is strongly believed that the British enacted the first Factories Act to make Indian textile industry
A. Competitive                   B. better place to work                          C. costlier                    D. stiff
Answer (C)

19 The earliest Indian statute to regulate the relationship between employer and his workmen was the
A. Factories Act                     B. Trade union Act                            C. Industrial Dispute Act         D. None of the above
Answer (C)

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20 The purpose of Labour Law does not include
A. provides legal frame-work          B. employee satisfaction      C. workplace democracy          D. industrial relations
Answer (B)

21 The labour law does not concentrate on
A. employ ability                B. working condition                            C. working hours                          D. fair wages
Answer (A)

22 The term ________________ means productive work especially physical work done for wages
A. productivity               B. job                             C. work                        D. labour
Answer (D)

23 India is a permanent member of ILO governing body since
A. 1921                          B. 1922                        C. 1923                     D. 1925
Answer (B)

24 The first office of ILO is formed in India in the year
A. 1922                      B. 1925                    C. 1928                D. 1930
Answer (C)

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