Industrial Relations' 2013 Question Paper | HRM Major

Industrial Relations Question Papers
Dibrugarh University Question Paper (HRM Major)
Industrial relation question papers

2013 (May)
COMMERCE (Speciality)
Course: 404 (Industrial Relations)

Time: 3 hours
The figures in the margin indicate full marks for the questions
(New Course)
Full Marks: 80
Pass Marks: 24
a)         Every industrial system creates a complex of rules and regulations to govern the workplace and work community.
b)         Indian workers do not have a greater propensity to change the factory than the workers in other countries.
c)          Good industrial relations produce highly disquieting effects on the economic life of the country.
d)         Indian Trade Unions are only accountable to promote individual welfare of workers.
e)         The industrial disputes result in huge wastage of man-days and dislocation in the production work.
f)          In order to improve industrial relations, the management should develop constructive attitudes towards the workers.
g)         ‘Boycott’ aims at disrupting the normal functioning of the enterprise.
h)         Workers’ education is the education of the worker, by the worker and for the benefit of the worker.
2. Write short notes on any four of the following:                   4x4=16
a)         Industrial peace.
b)         Industrial unrest in India.
c)          Negotiation for win-win dispute resolution.
d)         Unjustified strikes.
e)         Causes of poor industrial relations.
3. (a) What is meant by industrial relations? Explain the objectives of industrial relations.     5+7=12
(b) Give a brief account of the industrial relations scenario, during the period between 1991 and 2012, in India.     12
4. (a) Briefly explain the Constitutional implications upon the labour policies of our country.         11
(b) Explain the role of the Government for successful industrial relations programme.              11
5. (a) What do you mean by industrial conflict? Explain, in brief, the different strategies for industrial conflict resolutions. 4+7=11
(b) What is collective bargaining? Explain the process of collective bargaining.              4+7=11
6. (a) Give the meaning of the terms ‘strike’ and ‘lockout’. Discuss the provisions of the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 relating to strikes and lockouts.      4+7=11
(b) Discuss the causes and consequences of industrial conflicts in our country.                   5+6=11
7. (a) State and explain the machineries that can be used for prevention and settlement of industrial disputes. 11
(b) Discuss the concept and the significance of negotiation for good industrial relations.      5+6=11

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