Social Work MCQs (Most Important and Expected) for Competitive Exams-Practice Set 20

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Q. The first legislation for social security in India was concerned with

A) Compensation to workmen

B) Provident fund to employees

C) Maternity benefit

D) Insurance linked to deposit

Q. The Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act came into force in the year

A) 1996

B) 2001

C) 2002

D) 2006

Q. The practice of ‘untouchability’ is abolished by the Indian Constitution in Article

A) 17

B) 19

C) 38

D) 42

Q. Social legislation attempts to

A) Provide justice as well as security

B) Anticipate social needs

C) Provide for change in social order

D) All the above

Q. Which Article of the Constitution of India states that no child below 14 years shall be employed to work in any factory or mine?

A) Article 22

B) Article 14

C) Article 45

D) Article 24

Q. The concept of Directive Principles of State Policy was borrowed from the Constitution of

A) U.S.A

B) England

C) Ireland

D) France

Q. The Pre-natal Diagnostic Techniques Act 1994 was passed to

A) Prevent sati

B) Provide maternity benefit

C) Control female foeticide

D) Promote abortion

Q. The variable affected by changes in the antecedent conditions is called:

A) The dependent variable

B) The controlling variable

C) The independent variable

D) The moderator variable

Q. Which of the following cannot be a quality of good Hypothesis?

A) Attractiveness

B) Clarity

C) Plausibility

D) Verifiability

Q. An unknown variable that correlates with the independent variable and explains the outcome of the experiment in the same way as the specified independent variable does is known as...

A) A controlled variable

B) A confounded variable

C) An extraneous variable

D) An implicit variable

Q. If we want to reduce both the Type-I and Type-II errors we need to ------

A) Increase the level of Significance

B) Increase the size of samples

C) Decrease the level of Significance

D) Reduce the size of samples

Q. 5th Grade of Bogardus Scale is

A) To citizenship in my country

B) To my street as neighbor

C) To visitors in my country

D) To give employment in my organization

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