Odisha SSC Assistant Labour Officer Exam Syllabus 2015

Odisha SSC has issued syllabus for the exam of various recruitment posts of Assistant Labour Officer. The candidates who have applied for the given posts can get the whole detailed information regarding the syllabus, Check Here.

Odisha SSC Syllabus 2015

Orissa Staff Selection Commission (OSSC) is going to conduct a written examination for the recruitment to the posts of Assistant Labour Officer (ALO). Candidates who applied for this recruitment can get the detailed syllabus with exam pattern for this examination from here. We are going to discuss here under what will there be in the exam and how much questions have to solve in how much time etc.

Exam Pattern for Odisha SSC Assistant Labour Officer Exam 2015:-

  • The written test will carry multiple choice objective type questions of 200 marks.
  • There will be two papers of 100 marks each.
  • The time duration will be allowed for each paper is 01:30 hours (90 minutes).
  • There will also be an Interview (Viva-Voce Test) of 20 marks.

Exam Syllabus for Odisha SSC Assistant Labour Officer Exam 2015:-


“Language & General Studies”, having three sections, namely English Language (25 questions), Odia Language (25 questions), and General Studies (50 questions). All questions will be of objective type. The questions are to test the candidate’s English and Odia language proficiency, grammar and usage. General Studies include of subjects like General Science, current events, History and Geography of India/Odisha, Indian polity & Constitution. Socio- economic Scenario of India/Odisha, Issues in Environment & Human rights, Arithmetic of HSC standard, qualitative aptitude and numerical skill, problems in logic and reasoning.


“Labour Laws and Industrial Relations” will comprise of 100 questions and will be of objective types. The questions would cover the fields of Industrial Relations, Personnel Management, Labour Laws, Labour Welfare, Business Administration and Human Resource Management, Employees State Insurance. Broadly the questions would cover the following Acts.

  1. Wages Act, 1948,
  2. Child Labour Act(P&R), 1986,
  3. Beedi & Cigar Workers (Conditions of Employment) Act, 1966,
  4. Payment of Wages Act, 1636,
  5. Inter State Migrant Workmen (RE & CS) Act, 1979,
  6. Equal Remuneration Act, 1976,
  7. Building & Other Construction Workers(RE&CS) ACT, 1996,
  8. Contract Labour(Regulation & abolition) ACT, 1970,
  9. Payment of Bonus Act, 1965,
  10. Shops & Commercial Establishment Act, 1956,
  11. Orissa Industrial Establishment (National & Festival) Holiday Act, 1969,
  12. Motor Transport Workers Act, 1961,
  13. Maternity Benefit Act, 1961,
  14. Working & Other Newspaper Employees (Conditions of Service and Miscellaneous Provisions) Act, 1955,
  15. Industrial Dispute Act, 1947,
  16. Building and Other Construction Workers Welfare & Cess Act,
  17. Unorganized workers Social Security Act-2008.

Important Books To Prepare:- Here are some most recommended books which are advised by most of the authors to prepare smartly with appropriate time table and step by step preparation for the written exam. These books not only helpful in preparing for the exam but also gives important tips and tricks to crack exam.
High School English Grammar and Composition
English-English-Odia Dictionary
General Studies Paper I – 2015
HRD & Labour Law Referencer (Referencer cum Diary)
Industrial Relations Trade Unions & Labo

Click Here For More Details:- www.ossc.gov.in

Candidates are requested to stay in touch with the official website of  Odisha SSC at  www.ossc.gov.in for more details or you can stay connected with us for latest updates regarding the Syllabus.

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Updated: October 13, 2017 — 5:17 pm

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