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About the Quiz
Labour Codes have given a big boost to Sabka Sath, Sabka Vikas with Sabka Vishwas, the mantra given by PM Shri Narendra Modi. The Labour Codes have established transparent, answerable and simple mechanisms reducing to one registration, one license and one return for all codes.
To commemorate 75 Years of India’s Independence and as a part of the ongoing ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’, the Ministry of Labour and Employment is conducting a quiz on the Labour codes. Inviting all citizens to come forward and participate.
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Central Level will be as under: –
- Rs.30,000 and commemoration for the First Prize winner
- Rs.20,000 and commemoration for the Second Prize winner
- Rs.10,000 and commemoration for the Third Prize winner
State/UT level will be as under: –
Two (2) awards/rewards at State/UT level will be given with a condition that –
- For North-Eastern & Himalayan States plus all UTs, the number of participants in the quiz should be a minimum of 200, to become eligible for State-level prizes.
- For other remaining States, the number of participants in the quiz should be a minimum of 500.
Value of awards/rewards at States / UTs level will be as under: –
- Rs.10,000 and commemoration for the first prize winner
- Rs.5,000 and commemoration for the second prize winner
5 questions within a span of 120 seconds.