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Dear HR Members,
Greetings of the day!!
Pls guide me for the Questions (MCQ)on General Awareness ,Aptitude & Technical Apptitude on relevant discipline - Personnel & HR, as i am preparing for the Coal India Limited examination & NHPC India Ltd exams for Trainee - HR positions.
Can anyone have the pattern or idea of what type of questions would be asked.
Pls help me out as i am keen to crack these tests or any material related to such exams or any books.
Waiting for your positive hand!!

From India, Mumbai
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some questions for a quick refernce.

Coal India Limited MT Personnel & HR Question Paper Management Trainees

Identify which one is an added specific goal of human resource management
c)) Unlearning
d) Separating

Identify the top most goal of human resource management
a) Legal compliance
b) Competitive edge
c) Work force adaptability
d) Productivity

To achieve goals organizations require employees
a) Control
b) Direction
c) Commitment
d) Cooperation

Human resource management helps improve
a) Production
b) Productivity
c) Profits
d) Power

The amount of quality output for amount of input means
a) Productivity
b) Production
c) Sales increase
d) Increase in profits

Responding to employees and involving them in decision making is referred
to as
a) Quality of work life
b) Autonomy
c) Empowerment
d) Preaction

Where ------------or more workers are employed in a factory, then there shall be a Safety Committee in the factory.
a) 100 or more workers
b) 150 or more workers
c) 200 or more workers
d) 250 or more workers
Answer- d) 250 or more workers.

Section 41 G of the Factories Discuss about the Workers Participation in Management .
a) Section 40
b) Section 41 H
c) Section 41 G
d) Section 41 F
Answer- c) Section 41 G

Section 19 of Factories Act discusses about the -------------
a) Drinking Water
b) Lighting
c) Latrines and Urinals
d) Artificial Humidification
e) Answer- c) Latrines and Urinals

Section ----- of the Factories Act discusses about the nomination of the manager of a factory.
a) Section 7 ( e )
b) Section 7 ( f)
c) Section 7 ( g )
d) Section 7 ( d)
Answer- b) Section 7 (f)

A general manager of a company can be appointed as a occupier of a company.
True / False
Answer- False

Section ----------- of the Factories Act says about the definition for a factory.
a) Section 2(k)
b) Section 2 (l)
c) Section 2( m)
d) Section 2 ( n)
Answer- c) Section 2( m)

The Factories employing more than 1000 workers are required to submit their plan for approval to
a)Deputy Chief Inspector of Factories
b)Joint Chief Inspector of Factories
c) Chief Inspector of Factories
d) Additional Chief Inspector of Factories.
Answer- c) Chief Inspector of Factories

The notice of change of manager shall be intimated in Form No. -------to the inspector of factories under the Factories Act.
a) Form -7
b) Form – 3 A.
c) Form No. 8
d) From No. 3
Answer- b) Form – 3 A.

A particulars of white washing shall be maintained in form no. ----------- under the factories ct.
a) Form No-7
b) Form No. 3
c) From No. 7 A
d) From No. 11
Answer- a) Form No-7

A weekly holiday was introduced in the Factories for the first time in the year-------.
a) 1948
b) 1931
c) 1926
d) 1923
Answer- d) 1923

The expression of “Time card” in Form No.25. shall be substituted as “Service card” by an amendment in the Factories Act from the year.
a) 1984
b) 2005
c) 2004
d) 1981
Answer- b) 2005

Under the Section 41.A. of the Factories Act , the Site Appraisal Committee shall be constituted once in ---------- year under the chairmanship of Chief Inspector of Factories.
a) Once in 5 Year
b) Once in 2 Year
c) Once in 3 Year
d) Once in a Year.
Answer- a) Once in 5 Year

40 B. of the Factories Act discusses about the appointment of --------------
a) Welfare Officer
b) Manager
c) Safety Officer
d) None of these.
Answer- c) Safety Officer.

Which one of the following becomes a creative factor in production?
a) Land
b) Capital
c) Consumers
d) Human Resources

People cast in the role of contributors to production are called
a) Capitalist
b) Land owners
c) Human Resources
d) Consumers

Wide range of abilities and attributes possessed by people are called as
a) Management
b) Human Resources
c) Entrepreneur
d) Entrepreneur

Deployment of which resource is difficult to master
a) Human
b) Land
c) Capital
d) Natural

The focus of Human Resource Management revolves around
a) Machine
b) Motivation
c) Money

Quality- oriented organization primary concern centers around
a) Coordination
b) Communication
c) Human Resources
d) Discipline

Quality goals require alignment with
a) Production
b) Human Resources
c) Finance
d) Purchase

Demand for human resources and management is created by
a) Expansion of industry
b) Shortage of labor
c) Abundance of capital
d) Consumer preferences

Management function arises as a result of
a) Consumer preferences
b) Abundance of capital
c) Expansion of industry
d) Shortage of labor

Union function arises as a result of employees
a) Problem of communication
b) Longing for belonging
c) Dissatisfaction
d) Change in technology

Human Resource Management is primarily concerned with
a) Sales
b) Dimensions of people
c) External environment
d) Cost discipline

Human Resource Management aims to maximize employees as well as
(a) Effectiveness
b) Economy
c) Efficiency
d) Performativity

The difference between human resource management and personnel
management is
a) Insignificant
b) Marginal
c) Narrow
d) Wide

human Resource Management function does not involve
a) Recruitment
b) Selection
c) Cost control
d) Training

Which one is not the specific goal of human resource management?
a) Attracting applicants
b) Separating employees
c)Retaining employees
d)Motivating employees

From India, Madras
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