Professional Knowledge Questions for IBPS SO HR Mains 2017

Dear Aspirants,

Test your Professional Knowledge of HR with this questionnaire to prepare for IBPS HR Officer Examination. To score in IBPS SO (HR) Mains candidate must have adequate knowledge of Industrial Relations, Job Evaluation, Human Resource Planning, Labour Laws, Training and Development and more. This quiz covers important chapters of HR to help you prepare for the exam.

Q.1. Section 41 G of the factories Act, 1948 says about
(a) Facing of Machineries
(b) Fencing of Machineries
(c) Workers participation in safety Management
(d) Work on near machinery in motion
(e) Emergency standards

Q.2. The section 20 of the factories Act discuss about ______.
(a) Lighting
(b) Drinking Water
(c) Latrines and Urinals
(d) Spittoons
(e) Overcrowding

Q.3.  Employees’ behavior or skills are evaluated not only by Subordinates, but also by Peers, Superior and themselves?
(a) Upward feedback
(b) Downward feedback
(c) 360⁰ feedback
(d) Management feedback
(e) cost accounting method

Q.4. The decision given by the arbitrator is called as
(a) sentence
(b) award
(c) degree
(d) prize
(e) punishment

Q.5. Which of the following is not a characteristic of trade union?
(a) Voluntary association
(b) Intermediary
(c) Common goals
(d) Individual actions
(e) collective bargaining

Q.6. Who is regarded as the father of Scientific Management?
(a) Albert Bandura
(b) Louis D. Brandies
(c) Frederick Winslow Taylor
(d) Elton Mayo
(e) Max Weber

Q.7. Which of the above fall under minor punishment?
(a) termination
(b) Demotion
(c) Censure
(d) Dismissal
(e) Salary reduction

Q.8. Human Resource Planning include
(a) training and development
(b) performance appraisal
(c) Demand and Supply forecasts of human resource
(d) welfare practices
(e) job evaluation

Q.9. Notice of change in registered office address should be given to the Registrar in writing within ____ days of such change.
(a) 10
(b) 30
(c) 25
(d) 20
(e) 15

Q.10. Premature evaluation of message takes place due to
(a) Semantic barriers
(b) Psychological barriers
(c) Organizational barriers
(d) Personal barriers
(e) Professional barriers