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Here I am giving you some question from previous years question papers for preparation of IBPS HR specialist officer entrance exam.

1. What can influence the organization's business goals?

2. According to Herzberg's Two Factor Theory, what is the role of hygiene factors?

3. Human Resource Planning largely involves in how many steps?

4. The full form of BEI used in interview process is ________________?

5. What are the factors which come under ‘Work planning’ that are component systems of HRD?

6. What is defined as the organization's attempt to add to, maintain, or readjust its total human resource complement in accordance with its strategic business objectives?

7. The ‘ROI approach to HR accountability’ technique called Human Resource Effectiveness Index (HREI) falls under the fowling cluster of approach:

8. The ________ provide resources to approved employment schemes in the organised & marginised sectors

9. Where the firm pats the proposed changes into practice is called ________ stage?

10. ________ communication is useful for flatter organizational structure?


Detailed previous year’s papers of IBPS HR specialist officer entrance exam.

IBPS HR Specialist Officer’s Paper 1
151.
Which of the following statements best describes Human Resource Management?
(1)
It is a set of policies, practices & programme designed to achieve both personal and
organisational goals
(2)
It is the is the planning, organising, directing and controlling of the procurement of
human resources
(3)
It is the development, compensation, integration, maintenance and reproduction of
human resources
(4)
It is an extension of general management
(5)
All of the above
152.
Which of the following is/are not the managerial functions of Human Resource
Management?
(1)
Planning
(2)
Organizing
(3)
Job analysis
(4)
Controlling
(5)
Directing
153.
Which of the following come under Human Resource development?
(1)
Performance and Potential Appraisal
(2)
Training
(3)
Executive Development
(4)
Career Planning and Development
(5)
All of the above
154.
Which of the following can be termed as an Integration Function of Human Resource
Management?
(1) Job Evaluation
(2) Wage and Salary administration
(3)
Bonus
(4)
Non-financial incenUves
(5)
None of those
155.
Which of the following is not a maintenance function of Human Resource
Management?
(1)
Personnel Records
(2)
Welfare, schemes
(3)
Safety
(4)
Social security
(5)
None of these
156.
Under Human Resource Management, what are the functions of Personnel managers?
(1)
Placing the right man on the right job
(2)
Orientation of new employees
(3)
Administering various employee benefit programmes
(4)
Training employees on the Job
(5)
All of the above
157.
Which of the following is/are the Functions of Human Resource Development
professionals?
(1)
Strengthening of operating and executive levels and consolidating the strengths in an
organisation
(2)
Developing technical, managerial competence among the human resource
(3)
Planning future manpower, recruiting, utilising, retaining, motivating and integrating
people and their role
(4)
Both 1 and 2
(5)
All of these
158.
Who among the following is known as the Father of Welfare Management?
(1)
Robert Owen
(2)
Charles Babbage
(3)
Frederick Taylor
(4)
Kirk Gilbert
(5)
Elton Mayo
159.
Who is credited with the concept of Division of Work?
(1)
James Burn
(2)
Tim Clarke
(3)
Charles Babbage
(4)
Alan Turin
(5)
None of these
160.
Which of the following statements is/are correct?
(1)
First recorded Labour department was established in "National Cash registry Ltd"
(2)
Scientific management theory was conceptualized by Alfred Noble
(3)
The Hawthorne studies were conducted in the factories of Western Electrical company
in Hawthorne near Chicago-USA
(4)
Both 1 and 2
(5)
Both 1 and 3
161.
How is Social welfare viewpoint of Personnel management viewed?
(1)
Antithetical to the real organizational goal of productivity by few managers even today
(2)
Placing too much emphasis on productivity and profit
(3)
Considers that employee satisfaction is not given enough weight age at times
(4)
Both 2 and 3
(5)
Both 1 and 3
162.
The birth of the specialized human resources management as distinct from the day-
to-day supervision of personnel by operating managers was marked by creation of a
special post called as
(1)
Welfare Personnel
(2)
Welfare Manager
(3)
Welfare Secretary
(4)
Welfare Director
(5)
None of these
163.
Which of the following was/were the features of the first phase of development of the
people management functions?
(1)
Acquisition
(2)
Integration
(3)
Wage Administration
(4)
Training and placements
(5)
Promotions and compensation
164.
Which of the following features is/are typical of the third phase of development of the
people management functions?
(1)
Perception of an employee as a resource
(2)
Evaluation
(3)
Training the workers
(4)
Time Keeping
(5)
None of these
165.
Who is credited with the viewpoint that Human Resource Management is a progressive
reinforcement of values of democracy, liberalism, and humanism?
(1)
Sheth
(2)
Robin Williams
(3)
Edgar Schicn
(4)
Douglas McGregor
(5)
None of these
166.
What was the objective behind the appointment of labour officers in the 1930s?
(1) To protect the workers from the evils of jobbery and indebtedness.
(2)
To check corrupt practices in recruitment and selection
(3)
To act as a spokesman of labour
(4)
Both 1 and 3
(5)
All
of the above
167. Which of the following Acts made It mandatory for factories employing 500 or more
workers to appoint welfare officers?
(1)
Indian Contract Act, 1872
(2)
Industrial Disputes Act, 1947
(3)
Factories Act 1948
(4)
Workers Compensation Act 1951
(5)
None of these
168.
Which of the following professional bodies was/were formed during the 1950s?
(1)
Indian Institute of Personnel Management (IIPM), Calcutta
(2)
National Institute of Labour Management (NILM) Bombay
(3)
National Institute of Personnel Management (NIPM) Calcutta
(4)
Both 1 and 2
(5)
Both 2 and 3
169.
Which of the following important measures in the field of Human Resource
Management was/were introduced by Tata Steels in India?
(1)
Eight hour working day
(2)
Free medical aid
(3)
Establishment of welfare department
(4)
Both 2 and 3
(5)
All of the above
170.
Which of the following Government enactments provided 'Leave with Pay'?
(1)
Industrial Disputes Act 1947
(2)
Factories Act 1948
(3)
Employee State insurance Act 1948
(4)
Payment of Gratuity Ac 1972
(5)
None of these
171.
Why has Human resource management become very significant in recent decades?
(1)
Increasing proportion of women in the workforce
(2)
Growth of powerful nationwide trade unions.
(3)
Widening scope of legislation designed to protect the interests of the working class.
4) Revolution in information technology that might affect the work force
(5) All of these
172. Which of the following is not a characteristic of human resource planning?
(1)
It forecasts of the manpower needs in a future time period
(2)
It is an on-going or continuous process
(3)
It has not yet become part of corporate planning
(4)
It has both quantitative and qualitative aspects
(5)
All of these
173.
What are the benefits of maintaining human resource records?
(1)
Provide up-to-date information to the management for developing and modifying human
resource policies
(2)
Serve as the basis of personnel decisions
(3)
Help in Management succession planning
(4)
Both 1 and 2
(5)
All of the above
174.
Which of the following is included in Static Human Resource Data?
(1)
Performance Records
(2)
Leave Records
(3)
Work experience prior to joining the organisation
(4)
Health and safety records
(5)
All of these
175.
Which of the following does not define Personnel Human Resource Research?
(1) Systematic (2) Purposive (3) Repeatable (4) Subjective (5) All of these
176.
Which of the following is not correct regarding Human Resource Development
(1)
It is a continuous process
(2)
It is a planned approach
(3)
It has an Intra-Disciplinary approach
(4)
It has both micro and macro aspects
(5)
Both 1 and 2
177.
How does Human Resource Development play a vital role in the success and growth
of an organisation?
(1) It improves capabilities
(2)
It improves organizational effectiveness
(3)
It helps in procurement of right people
(4)
It helps in generation of useful data
(5)
All or these
178.
According to whom, 'Training is the act of increasing the knowledge and skill of an
employee for doing a particular job"?
(1)
Edwin Flippo
(2)
Michael Jucius
(3)
Dennis Pennyworth
(4)
Michael Armstrong
(5)
Tim Williams
179.
Which of the following cannot be termed as an objective of training?
(1)
To develop capacities and capabilities
(2)
Improvement in level of Performance
(3)
Awareness & Consciousness
(4)
Availability within the organisation
(5)
To beat competition
180.
Which of the following is not correct regarding On the Job Training?
(1)
The trainee learns in real environment of the job
(2)
It meets the specific requirements of each trainee
(3)
It is very economical
(4)
It is not suitable for unskilled and semi-skilled jobs
(5)
The trainee learns in real environment of thejob
181.
Which of the following is not a feature of Off-the-job training?
(1)
It consists of lectures
(2)
It is generally used by government and public enterprises
(3)
Actual job conditions are duplicated in it
(4)
It explains knowledge and skills to be trainees
(5)
It is useful for orientations and safety training programmes
182.
Which of the following is a basic component of attitude?
(1)
Cognitive component
(2)
Informational component
(3)
Affective component
(4)
Behavioral component
(5)
All of these
183.
Who said that Perception Is a process by which individuals organise and interpret their
sensory impressions In order to give meaning to their environment?
(1)
S. P. Robins
(2)
ClintMcKay
(3)
R.P. Tomlinson
(4)
T.N. Fred
(5)
Stephen Kirk
184.
Which of the following cannot be considered as internal factors affecting perception?
(1)
Needs and desires
(2)
Personality
(3)
Experience
(4)
Status
(5)
All of these
185.
Judging people on the basis of the characteristics of the group to which they belong
is called
(1)
Projection
(2)
Halo Effect
(3)
Impression
(4)
Stereotyping
(5)
Selective perception
186.
Which of the following is a very common type of perceptual error committed by
managers while evaluating the subordinates?
(1) Tendency of drawing a general impression about an individual based on a single
characteristic
(2)
Attributing one's own traits or characteristics to the people being judged
(3)
Forming impression of others on the first sight
(4)
Tendency to judge others on limited information
(5)
All of these
187.
Who opined that the behaviour of an individual at a particular moment is usually
determined by his strongest need?
(1) Lillis
(2) Dubin
(3) Maslow
(4) Likert
(5) Botha
188.
Which of the following does not explain Need Hierarchy?
(1)
Psychological needs
(2)
Safety needs
(3)
Social needs
(4)
Satisfaction needs
(5) Esteem needs
(2)
Payment of Wages Act 1936
(3)
Equal Remuneration Act 1976
(4)
Minimum Wages Act, 1948
(5)
None of these
194.
Which of the following factors is/ are considered in the determination of Fair Wage?
(1)
Productivity of labour
(2) The prevailing rates of wages in the same or similar occupations in the same region or
neighbouring regions.
(3)
The
level
of national income and its distribution
(4)
The place of industry in the economy of the country
(5)
All of these
195.
Which of the following type of wage is the highest?
(1)
Minimum wage
(2)
Daily wage
(3)
Fair wage
(4)
Living wage
(5)
None of these
196.
Which of the following is not correct regarding Performance Appraisal?
(1) It is the sporadic and intermittent rating of an employee
(2) It is the systematic examination of an employee's strengths and weaknesses
(3)
It is a process consisting of a series of steps
(4)
It develops positive superior-subordinate relations
(5)
It aims at both judgmental and developmental efforts
197.
Which of the following can be counted as essential (s) of an Effective Performance
Appraisal System?
(1)
MutualTrust
(2)
Clear Objectives
(3)
Feedback and Participation
(4)
Job Relatedness
(5)
All of these
198.
In which Performance Appraisal Method, the evaluator assigns relative ranks to all the
employees in the same work unit doing the same job?
(1) Confidential Report Method
(2)
Free Form Method
(3)
Straight Ranking method
(4)
Checklist Method
(5)
Critical Incidents Method
199.
Which performance appraisal technique is understood as systematic collection of
performance data on an individual or group, derived from a number of stake-holders-the
stake holders being the immediate supervisors, team members, customers, peers and self?
(1)
360 degree technique
(2)
Group Appraisal technique
(3)
Critical Incidents Technique
(4)
180 degree technique
(5)
Management By Objectives
200.
Which of the following can be listed as the essentials of a Good Appraisal System?
(1)
Easy to understand and administer
(2)
Open and participative
(3)
Built in incentive
(4)
Both 2 and 3
(5)
All of the above
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