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22. The Factories Act, 1948

211. An adolescent can work in a factory with appropriate compliances done as per the act.
a. True
b. False
212. Who must issue the Certificate of fitness?
a. Chief Inspector
b. Parents/Guardian of the adolescent
c. Labour Commissioner
d. Certifying Surgeon
213. The application for Certificate of Fitness must be accompanied by a document signed by ___
a. Manager of the factory
b. Occupier of the factory
c. Chief Inspector
d. Parents of the young person
214. The certifying surgeon who has once issued a certificate of fitness, cannot renew the same.
a. True
b. False
215. The certifying surgeon can issue, to a young person, a certificate of fitness to work in a factory as an Adult.
a. True
b. False
216. If the certifying surgeon is issuing, to a young person, a certificate of fitness to work in a factory as an adult, he must be satisfied that the person has completed his ___ year of age.
a. Twelfth
b. Fourteenth
c. Fifteenth
d. Eighteenth
217. Before issuing the certificate of fitness, it is required that the certifying surgeon examines the place if he does not have personal knowledge of the place of work or manufacturing process where the person in question will be required to work.
a. True
b. False
218. What is the period of validity of certificate of fitness issued by certifying surgeon?
a. Twelve months
b. Six months
c. Two years
d. Life time
219. The certificate of fitness may be issued with a condition requiring re-examination of the young person before the expiry of the certificate.
a. True
b. False
220. What is the section number for "Certificate of Fitness" under The Factories Act, 1948?
a. 67
b. 68
c. 69
d. 70
Answers to Labour Laws Questions 22 : 211 A, 212 D, 213 A, 214 B, 215 A, 216 C, 217 A, 218 A, 219 A, 220 C.

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