MCQs in Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations

ISBN Number : 978-93-5273-006-3

Student Price : Rs.490

Student Dollar Price : 20$

Book Edition : Second

Year of Publication : 2017

No. Of Pages : 366

Book Weight :704

About The Book

The text titled “Multiple Choice Question in Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations” is the outcome of suggestions from the HR students to compile a book which could provide them proper guidance and direction to face the competitive examinations with confidence.

Nowadays, competitive examinations are becoming more and more objective oriented. The multiple choice questions being asked in the competitive examinations are aimed at assessing the degree of knowledge, comprehension, analyzing power and speed of response of examinees.

This book will cater to the need of BBA (HR) and (HR) students preparing for the recruitment examinations conducted by various Public Sector Undertaking like NTPC, GAIL, ONGC, IOCL, SAIL and Banks such as SBI, BOB, BOI, PNB, etc., and the private sector majors like Reliance, Wipro, Infosys, TCS, TISCO, TELCO, MUL ICICI, HDFC Bank, etc. The book will be equally for the Human Resource students appearing in qualification examinations and interviews being conducted during campus recruitment by various companies. And this book is so designed that it can also serve the purpose of HR professionals, Employees and Union leaders who wander to have a book in which they can get their Industrial Relations (IR) related answers.

The book contains 27 Chapter. The subject matter has been planned by keeping in mind the general requirements of competitive examinations. Brief introduction about the important topic for quick recapitulation and ready references and points to remember is given at the beginning of each chapter. This is followed by a large number of multiple choice questions. The answer to each question is given but it is advised that students as first try to arrive at the correct answer on their own and then compare it with the answer provided in the book It will improve critical thinking ability which is a prerequisite for every manager, and will be helpful in cracking the competitive examinations and interviews successfully.


Contents :

Unit – I Human Resource Management
1. Human Resource Mangement- Introduction
2. Human Resource Planning
3. Recruitment and Selection
4. Compensation and Benefits
5. Training and Development
6. Performance and Potential Appraisal
7. Conflict, Stress and Counseling
8. Collective Bargaining and Negotiation
9. Grievance Management
10. Motivation and its Theories
11. Job Design
12. Leadership

Unit – II Industrial Relation and Labour Laws
13. Industrial Relations and Trade Union
14. Factories Act, 1948
15. Industrial Dispute Act, 1947
16. Employees State Insurance Act, 1948
17. The Mininmum Wages Act, 1948
18. Maternity Benefits Act, 1961
19. Payment of Wages Act, 1936
20. Payment of Bonus Act, 1965
21. Payment of Gratutity Act, 1972
22. Employees Compensation Act, 1923
23. Employees Provident Fund, 1952
24. Contract Labour Act, 1970
25. The Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act 1946

Unit – III Management Information System
26. Mangement Information System (MIS)
Unit – IV Total Quality Management

27. Total Quality Management- Introduction
Miscellaneous Objective Questions
Interview Questions with Suggested Answers
Glossary of Human Resource Management
Motivational and Inspirational Quotes

About The Author

Juli Verma was born in Patna, Bihar and grew up attending various schools in different parts of Bihar. She is the daughter of Shri K.P. Verma (retired District & Sessions Judge) and Late Rupam Verma. She was born as one of twins and is the youngest among her six sisters. She has a deep bonding with her family and a strong value system, things that are very close to her heart.

She graduated in Sociology from Patna Women`s College where she was one of the University toppers. She went on to study MBA in Human Resource Management (with Marketing as a minor) from Centre for Management Development (CMD), Modinagar, where she excelled in her department. She also has a deep interest in Law, which led her to complete her LL.B. from Magadh University, where she excelled and topped the batch.

She currently lives in Mumbai, with her husband (Banker turned Consultant in a top Multinational Company) and son Aditya.

She has a modern, progressive and positive attitude towards life. Her Role Model is Swami Vivekanand. She believes (as indicated by her Role Model) that "If Indian Women can keep their current virtuous qualities and at the same time develop their intellectual capacity, they can become the Role Model for the women of this world".

Shweta Chand was brought up in various parts of India, coming from an Army background. After graduating in Commerce, she pursued MBA in Human Resources from CMD Modinagar, a subject that has always been her passion.

She put her passion to work for a startup`s ( Corporate HR, headquartered in New Delhi, which grew on to become nationally recognized as one of the country`s best employers over the next few years.

She is currently living with her Husband in New York, exploring different cultures.

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