ESI – Employees’ State Insurance Act
Parliament has enacted a number of legislations in the area of social security for the workers. The Employees’ State Insurance Act was promulgated by the Parliament of India in the year 1948. It was the first major legislation on
Social Security in independent India to provide certain benefits to the employees in the organized sector in case of sickness, maternity and employment injury.
The Central Government established a Corporation to be known as the Employees’ State Insurance Corporation is the premier social security organization in the country. It is the highest policy making and decision taking
authority under the ESI Act and oversees the functioning of the ESI Scheme under the ESI Act.
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- Question 1 of 10
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Article 16 of Constitution provides every citizen of India, Right to equality of opportunity in the matter of …………….?Correct
Article 16: This Article consists of Rights of Equality of opportunity in matters of public employmentIncorrect
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Who have the right to hold certain high offices such as those of the president, Vice-President, Governor of State etc.?CorrectIncorrect
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Which type of Citizenship Constitution has established for the whole of India?Correct
The Indian Constitution provides for a single and uniform citizenship i.e., a person in any state in India does not need to acquire separate citizenship of the Union in addition. A citizen of India cannot acquire citizenship of any foreign country simultaneously and also a person of Indian origin who voluntarily acquires the citizenship of any foreign State is not entitled to Indian citizenship.Incorrect
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Every person shall be a citizen of India who has migrated from Pakistan to India before …….. and since then have been ordinarily residing in India.CorrectIncorrect
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What is the meaning of Domicile according to Indian Constitution?Correct
Domicile is a concept that is determined by an individual’s expressed or implied intentions. Your domicile is your intended ultimate home, the place to which you eventually intend to return, regardless of where else you may live, or for how long you stay away. Domicile can be different from your country of actual residence, or it can be the same. We begin our lives with a domicile of origin acquired at birth. It is possible, but not easy, to change this to a domicile of choice.Incorrect
- Question 6 of 10
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In how many ways do Citizenship Act, 1955 provide for the acquisition of Indian citizenship after the commencement of Indian Constitution?Correct
By way of birth,descent,registration, neutralization, and incorporation of territory.Incorrect
- Question 7 of 10
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Who can acquire the indian citizenship by Naturalization ?Correct
Where an application is made in the prescribed manner by any person of full age and capacity who is not a citizen of a country specified in the First Schedule 14.I for the grant of a certificate of a naturalization to him, the Central Government may, if satisfied that the applicant is qualified for naturalization under the provisions if the Third Schedule, grant to him a certificate of naturalization. Provided that, if in the opinion of the Central Government, the applicant is a person who has rendered distinguished services to the cause of science, philosophy, art, literature, world peace or human progress generally, it may waive all or any of the conditions specified in the Third Schedule of Citizenship act, 1955. The person to whom a certificate of naturalization is granted shall, on taking a oath of allegiance in the form specified in the Second Schedule, be a citizen of India by naturalization as from the date on which that certificate is grantedIncorrect
- Question 8 of 10
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If a person want to acquire a citizenship of India through Naturalisation, he must fulfill all the conditions. Which are………..CorrectIncorrect
- Question 9 of 10
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If any new territory becomes a part of India, Who shall notify the persons of that territory to be citizens of India?Correct
If any territory becomes a part of India, the Central Government, may by orders notified in the Official Gazette, specify the persons who shall be citizens of India by reasons of their connection with that territory, and those persons shall be citizens of India as from the date to be specified in the order.Incorrect
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What is known as a voluntary act by which a person after acquiring a citizenship of another country, gives up his Indian citizenship?Correct
If any citizen of India of full age and capacity, who is also a citizen or national of another country, makes in the prescribed manner a declaration renouncing his Indian citizenship; the declaration shall be registered by the prescribed authority, and upon such registration, that person shall cease to be a citizen of Indian.Incorrect