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SOLO PARENTS’ WELFARE ACT OF 2000

Agosila, Maureen Therese G.
Nasam, Laarnie B.
1. This refers to the right of a solo parent employee to vary his/her arrival and
departure time without affecting the core work hours as defined by the employer.
a. Optional Arrival Time
b. Flexible Work Schedule
c. Work Schedule Benefit
d. Discretionary Work Schedule
2. As defined in Sec. 6, Art. III of the IRR of R.A. No. 8972, children shall
refer to the following, except one:
a. those living with and dependent upon the solo parent for support who are
unmarried, unemployed and below eighteen (18) years of age
b. eighteen (18) years and above but are incapable of self-support and/or mentally
and/or physically challenged
c. eighteen (18) years and above but are incapable of self-support and/or unable to
read and write
3. The parental leave of seven (7) days in addition to existing leave privileges shall be
granted to any solo parent employee subject to the following conditions, except
one:
a. The parental leave shall be availed of on a staggered or continuous basis, subject
to the approval of the head of agency/office. In this regard, the solo parent shall
submit the application for parental leave at least three (3) days prior to its
availment, except on emergency cases.
b. The parental leave shall be availed of every year and shall not be convertible to
cash unless specifically agreed upon previously. If not availed of within the
calendar year, said privilege shall be forfeited within the same year.
c. The solo parent must have rendered service for at least one (1) year, whether
continuous or broken, reckoned at the time of the effectivity of R.A. 8972 on
September 22, 2002 and regardless of employment status.
4. An individual is considered a solo parent if he/she falls under any of the following
categories, except one:
a. A woman who gives birth as a result of rape and other crimes against chastity even
without a final conviction of the offender: Provided, That the mother keeps and
raises the child
b. Parent left solo or alone with the responsibility of parenthood while the spouse is
detained or is serving sentence for a criminal conviction for at least six (6) months
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c. Parent left solo or alone with the responsibility of parenthood due to legal
separation or de facto separation from spouse for at least one (1) year, as long as
he/she is entrusted with the custody of the children
d. Parent left solo or alone with the responsibility of parenthood due to death of
spouse
e. Parent left solo or alone with the responsibility of parenthood due to physical
and/or mental incapacity of spouse as certified by a public medical practitioner
5. The DECS, CHED and TESDA shall provide scholarship programs for qualified solo
parents and their children in institutions of basic, tertiary and technical/skills
education, and nonformal education programs appropriate for solo parents and
their children.
a. True
b. False
6. It includes trainings on livelihood skills, basic business management, value
orientation and the provision of seed capital or job placement.
a. Counseling services
b. Parent effectiveness services
c. Critical incidence stress debriefing
d. Livelihood development services
7. It includes preventive stress management strategy designed to assist solo parents in
coping with crisis situations and cases of abuse.
a. Critical incidence stress debriefing
b. Special projects for individuals in need of protection
c. Counseling services
d. Parent effectiveness services
8. What is the criteria for support before a solo parent may be eligible for assistance?
a. Any solo parent whose allowance and incentive in the place of domicile falls below
the poverty threshold as set by the Department of Finance and subject to the
assessment of the DSWD worker in the area shall be eligible for assistance:
Provided, however, That any solo parent whose income is above the poverty
threshold shall enjoy the benefits mentioned in Sections 6, 7 and 8 of this R.A. No.
8972.
b. Any solo parent whose income in the place of domicile falls below the poverty
threshold as set by the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA)
and subject to the assessment of the DSWD worker in the area shall be eligible for
assistance: Provided, however, That any solo parent whose income is above the

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poverty threshold shall enjoy the benefits mentioned in Sections 6, 7 and 8 of this
R.A. No. 8972.
c. Any solo parent whose income in the place of birth falls below the poverty
threshold as set by the DSWD and subject to the assessment of the National
Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) worker in the area shall be eligible
for assistance: Provided, however, That any solo parent whose income is above the
poverty threshold shall enjoy the benefits mentioned in Sections 6, 7 and 8 of this
R.A. No. 8972.
9.
a.
b.
c.
d.

What are the employment-related benefits available to all solo parents?
Educational benefits, Flexible Work Schedule, and Parental Leave
Flexible Work Schedule, Parental Leave, and Housing Benefits
Medical Assistance, Housing Benefits, and No Work Discrimination
Flexible Work Schedule, Parental Leave, and No Work Discrimination

10. This Act provides for the benefits and privileges to solo parents and their children,
and aims to develop a comprehensive package of social development and welfare
services for solo parents and their children.
a. R.A. No. 9872
b. R.A. No. 8927
c. R.A. No. 8972
11. In Solo Parent Act a parent left solo or alone with responsibility of parenthood is
considered a solo parent due to any of the following circumstances:
a. Due to death of spouse.
b. Spouse is detained or is serving sentence for a criminal conviction for at least six (6)
years.
c. Legal separation or de facto separation from spouse for at least one (1) month.
d. All of the above
e. a only
f. a and b only
12. The Solo Parent Act apply to those whose spouse is abroad.
a. Not at all, the law did not consider it as one of the categories of solo parent.
b. Yes, though the law did not consider it as a category of solo parent, the Solo
Parent Act still applies if the other parent is abroad and has lost contact of his
family for a year or more.
c. Yes, because when the other parent is abroad, the other parent is left alone.
d. No, the law did not consider it as a category even if the other spouse does not
exercise duties over his/her family.

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13. A solo parent whose income in the place of domicile falls below the poverty
threshold as set by the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA)
could avail of the following services, except:
a. Health Sevices (DOH)
b. Educational Services ( CHED, TESDA)
c. Burial Assistance (DOJ)
d. Housing ( NHA)
e. Parental Leave ( Employer, DOLE, CSC)
f. None of the above.
14. Parental Leave refers to leave benefits granted to a solo parent to enable said parent
to perform parental duties and responsibilities where physical presence is required
as provided under:
a. Republic Act No. 8972, The Solo Parents Act of 2000
b. Republic Act No. 9710
c. Civil Service Commission (CSC) Memorandum Circular No. 08, series 2004.
d. PD 442, The Labor Code of the Philippines
15. Is parental leave cumulative or can be carried over for the next year if not used
within the year?
a. No, the parental leave is non-cumulative and can be availed of only in the current
year.
b. Yes, it can be carried over to the following year.
c. No, it is non-cumulative and should be availed of every month. Any unused leave
for the month is forfeited.
d. Yes, it is cumulative but only for maximum of 5 years.
16. Is the 7-day parental leave in addition to the existing 3-day special leave a
privilege?
a. No, if one avails of the existing special leave only 4-day parental leave could be
availed of to have a total leave benefit of 7 days.
b. Yes, the law indicates that the granting of the 7-day parental leave is on top of the
3-day special leave benefit.
c. Yes, the law is silent but it has been ruled by the Supreme Court in previous cases.
d. No, the 7-day parental leave replaces all other leave benefits available before.
17. A solo parent can apply for parental leave for any childa. As long as the child is living with him/her, dependent for support, unmarried,
unemployed and below 18 years old.
b. Even if above 18 years old as long as the person is incapable of self-support and/or
with physical defect, mental defect or disability.
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c. Even if the child is above 18 years of age for as long as he/she is unmarried.
d. All of the above
e. a and b only
18. Any solo parent whose income is above the poverty threshold as set by the NEDA
shall enjoy the following benefits except one:
a. Flexible work schedule
b. No work discrimination
c. Parental leave
d. Health Services
e. None of the above
19. The solo parent employee may avail of parental leave under any of the following
circumstances:
a. Attend to personal milestones of a child such as birthday, communion, graduation
and other similar events;
b. Perform parental obligations such as enrolment and attendance in school
programs, PTA meetings and the like.
c. Attend to medical social, spiritual and recreational needs of the child;
d. All of the above.
e. b and c only.
20. A solo parent employee shall be entitled to the parental leave under the following
conditions, except one:
a. He/she has rendered at least one year of continuous service.
b. He/she notified his/her employer that he/she will avail of the said benefit
c. Such notification shall be within a reasonable period of time
d. He/she presented to her employer a Solo Parent ID.
e. None of the above
R.A. 10361 - “DOMESTIC WORKERS ACT” OR “BATAS KASAMBAHAY”
Lara, Peter Emmanuel C.
Tarraya, Joseph Daniel S.
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b.
c.
d.

“Domestic Workers Act” or “Batas Kasambahay”
RA 10361
RA 10631
RA 10363
RA 10636

2. The minimum age for employment of domestic workers is
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d. c. through manpower services. a. how much share in the recruitment or finder’s fees shall be charged against the domestic worker by said private employment agency or third party? a. Domestic workers can be hired directly . If a private employment agency recruits domestic workers. 5. Whether the domestic worker was hired directly or through an employment agency. c. if not available. 10 % b. 12 % c. The domestic worker should be given a copy of the employment contract. 5 % d. a. Must be made in the presence of the domestic worker’s counsel. b. 3. The contract must be written in a language or dialect understood by both the domestic worker and the employer. Duly authenticated birth certificate or. Which of the following is not a basic content of an employment contract: Duties and responsibilities of the domestic worker Agreements on deployment expenses. twelve (12) years old. None 6. baptismal record. fifteen (15) years old. 7. b. Must be executed before the commencement of the service. c. d. Barangay and police clearance. c. b. If the domestic worker was hired through a private employment agency or a third party. or passport. through private employment agency. d. d. b. it should require the domestic worker to submit the following documents except: a. 4. National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) clearance. if any Loan agreement 6 . c. eighteen (18) years old. the employer and domestic worker must execute an employment contract. The following are the requirements of such contract except: a. Medical or a health certificate issued by a local government treasurer. directly and through private employment agency. any other document showing the age of the domestic worker such as voter’s identification card. Twenty one (21) years old.a. b.

10. Six (6) years. 7 . Wages of Domestic Workers should be paid directly to the domestic worker. five (5) years. The employer shall respect the privacy of the domestic worker at all times. b. b. Wages of Domestic Workers should be paid at least once a month. Domestic workers who have rendered at least one (1) year of service shall be entitled to an annual service incentive leave of a. physical violence. c. The copies of the pay slip shall be kept by the employer for a period of three (3) years. six (6) hours per day. d. five (5) days with pay. forty-eight (48) consecutive hours. d. Which of the following statement is true: a. four (4) years. a. d. twelve (12) consecutive hours. 11. eight (8) days with pay. 9. Domestic workers are entitled to an aggregate daily rest period of nine (9) hours per day. eight (8) hours per day. The employer or any member of the household shall not subject a domestic worker to any kind of abuse. a. Wages of Domestic Workers should be paid partially. seven (7) days with pay. b. harassment or any act tending to degrade the dignity of a domestic worker. The right to privacy shall not extend to all forms of communication and personal effects. c. b. twelve (12) hours per day. c. b. a. Which of the following statement is false: Wages of Domestic Workers should be paid in cash. c. None of the above 8. d. d. b. 13. Domestic workers are entitled to a weekly rest period of at least twenty-four (24) consecutive hours. six (6) days with pay. a. eighteen (18) consecutive hours. 12.d. c.

000.00) but not more than Forty thousand pesos (P40. 17. If there is a just cause. in case if emergency.00) but not more than Fifty thousand pesos (P50. 8 . 16. However. without prejudice to the filing of appropriate civil or criminal action by the aggrieved party. None of the above. materials. Requiring the domestic worker to make deposits to answer for any losses or damage to tools. without prejudice to the filing of appropriate civil or criminal action by the aggrieved party. access to communication shall be granted even during work time. d. b.e. if there is no stipulated period. Employing a domestic worker who is below 18 years old.the domestic worker or the employer can terminate the employment relations any time. d.the domestic worker or the employer can terminate the employment relations any time. and equipment in the household. The aforementioned criminal acts in question # 16 will subject the offender to a: a. furniture and equipment in the household.. 14. fine of not less than Ten thousand pesos (P10. If there is no just cause.the domestic worker or the employer can terminate the employment relation either at the end of the stipulated period or by giving 5 days advance notice. Should the domestic worker make use of the employer's telephone or other communication facilities that costs shall be borne by the employer. 000. c. requiring the domestic worker to render services as security or payment for a debt where the length and nature of service is not clearly reasonably applied in the payment of the debt. The employer can oblige the domestic worker to make deposits to answer for loss or damage to tools. The Domestic workers Act declares the following acts as criminal offense except: a. The employer shall grant the domestic worker access to outside communication during free time. d. 000. materials.00). fine of not less than Forty thousand pesos (P40. furniture. If there is a just cause. 000. b.00). Placing the domestic worker under debt bondage. Charging by the original employer any amount from the household where the service of his domestic worker was temporarily performed. d. b. __________________ has been designated as the "Araw ng mga Kasambahay" December 18 April 18 January 18 March 18 15. c. When the employment relation can be terminated? a. a. c. i. b.c.

Nothing in this provision shall deprive the domestic worker and the employer from agreeing to the following except: a. d. b. fine of not less than Ten thousand pesos (P10. with prejudice to the filing of appropriate civil or criminal action by the aggrieved party. Lara and Peter Emmanuel C. Tarraya Joseph Emmanuel S. Waiving a particular rest day in return for an equivalent daily rate of pay c. d. a. b. 20. c. 000. ) The Family Rights Committee C. the DOLE.) The Convention of Women's Rights Committee B. The Magna Carta of Women is the Philippine government's pledge of commitment to which UN committee? A. Lara Joseph Daniel S. Ernesto 1. Who are the reporters of “Domestic Workers Act” or “Batas Kasambahay” Joseph Daniel S. Which of the following statements is false: a. assessment and certification based on a duly promulgated training regulation. It shall be unlawful for the employer or any person acting on behalf of the employer to place the domestic worker under debt bondage. shall facilitate access of domestic workers to efficient training.00) but not more than Forty thousand pesos (P40. None of the above 18. and all benefits provided under this Act. Tarraya and Joseph Emmanuel C. None of the above. Tarraya and Peter Daniel C. The employers shall register all domestic workers under their employment in the Registry of Domestic Workers in the Province where the employer’s residence is located.00). c. d. Accumulating rest days not exceeding five (5) days. Working children shall be entitled to minimum wage. through the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA). Offsetting a day of absence with a particular rest day b. Tarraya and Peter Emmanuel C.) The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women's Committee (CEDAW) 9 . 19. Lara Peter Daniel S. 000.c. d. To ensure productivity and assure quality services. Lara MAGNA CARTA OF WOMEN Limjoco.

D. exclusion. Which of the following does not constitute discrimination against women? A. including by law. Which of the following does the right to be protected from all violence include in situations of emergent. especially those in the marginalised sectors of society.) 4 D. that directly or indirectly excludes or restricts women in the recognition and promotion of their rights C.) extinction D.) right to participate in formulation and implementation of policies for national and local development 10 .) any act or omission. A. D.) any gender-based distinction. 4. or exercise by women of their human rights B. or practice. armed conflict and militarization? A.) right to be put on an equal footing with male counterparts for purposes of an employment promotion D.) none B. policy.) preterition 3.) a measure or practice of general application that fails to provide for mechanisms to offset or address sex or gender-based disadvantages or limitations of women.) discrimination C. How many months are women entitled to as leave benefits by reason of surgery due to gynecological disorders? A. enjoyment.) 2 C.) right not to be required to take part in hostilities B.) The UN Convention on the Laws of The Sea Committee 2. or restriction which has the effect or purpose of impairing or nullifying the recognition.) protection B. protection.) 12 5. fulfilment and promotion of the rights of Filipino women. The Magna Carta of Women is a comprehensive women's human rights law that seeks to eliminate _________ through the recognition. administrative measure.) right to be free from harmful portrayal in Filipino films C.) a law that mandates every company to create a work environment conducive to the needs of pregnant women employees.

B.) Violence Against Women Desk 7. if the unmarried teacher got pregnant by engaging in adultery. Local government units are mandated to establish a _____________ in every barangay to address violence against woman cases.) Anti-Abortion desk D. B.) self-defense classes D. If a violation of the Magna Carta of Women is committed by a government agency or any government office. What are gynaecological disorders? 11 . A.) Absolutely not.) Yes.) supervisor D.) Undergone surgery due to gynaecological disorders as certified by competent physician.) Filed an application for special leave within a reasonable time from expected date of surgery D.) local chief executive 11.) head of the agency C.) Anti-Discriminatory Desk B. in all cases.) pre-natal and post-natal services B. can an educational institution refuse the readmission of unmarried teachers? A. C.) Promotion of Women's Rights Desk C. Which of the following are NOT entitled to women under their right to health? A.) Yes. C.6. 10. D. prevention and management of gynaecological conditions and disorders 9.) person directly responsible for the violation B.) Rendered continuous aggregate employment service of at least 6 months for the last 12 months. Under the right against dismissal or expulsion from school due to pregnancy out of wedlock. Which of the following is not a condition for the entitlement of Special Leave Benefits under the Magna Carta of Women A.) sex education and health services C. who is NOT liable? A.) Serving an affidavit of compliance against forum shopping to the employer.) none of the above 8.

) 50% D.) physical attractiveness D.) Monthly basic pay plus mandatory allowances 15. the state is mandated to increase the number of women that of women hold 3rd level positions in the government to ____%. A.) Criminal B.) Monthly basic pay B. adnexa and pelvic floor B. cervix.) a disorder wherein a person suffers from brief attacks of intense terror and apprehension. confusion. depression. protection. dizziness. shaking. The Magna Carta of Women is a comprehensive _______ law that seeks to eliminate discrimination through recognition. fallopian tubes.) 15% B. Which of the following aims to raise the consciousness of the general public in recognizing the dignity of women through the strategic use of mass media? 12 .) 5% 13. Under the right to education and training women are entitled to equal opportunities in scholarship based on _______________.) a serious mental illness that cause anxiety. breast. and/or difficulty breathing.A. and sudden bursts of outrage. promotion of rights of Filipino women.) number of jobs previously employed in 16.) disorders that would require surgical procedures such as dilatation and curettage and those involving female reproductive organs such as vagina.) Piece rate payment D.) 25% C. fulfilment.) merit and fitness C. ovaries. Gross monthly compensation refers to: A. 12. D. A. often marked by trembling.) Mandatory allowances C.) Human Rights D.) Environmental C. uterus.) disorders that require psychological therapy C.) personal connections B.) International 14. A. nausea. In a woman's right to participation and equitable representation under the Magna Carta of Women.

political. and criminal D. Which of the following laws does not primarily aim to protect the rights of women? A. political.) justifying circumstances D. became effective? 13 .) Non-discriminatory and non-derogatory portrayal of women in media and film.) The UN convention on biological diversity 19. _______. The Magna Carta of Women guarantees the _____. Under the government responsibility to ensure the substantive equality of men and women.) intestate.A. 1. ________ rights of women in the marginalised sectors A.) review.) promote laws that are discriminatory against women.) propose laws that discriminate against women C. and civil C. the state is mandated to: A. or repeal existing law that are discriminatory against women D. such shall be considered ____________ depending on the severity of the offences. B.) Equal rights in all matters relating to marriage and family relations C.) mitigating circumstances B. and economic 20. Mark Genesis C. calamities and other crisis situations 17.) civil.) Women in Development and Nation building act B.) criminal. In cases where violence against women has been proven to be perpetrated by agents of the State. political. 7877. amend.) Anti-Rape Law D.) review and renew existing laws that are discriminatory towards women B. or otherwise known as The Anti-Sexual Harassment Act of 1995. When did Republic Act no. THE ANTI-SEXUAL HARASSMENT ACT OF 1995 Pareja.) Right to protection and security in times of disaster.) aggravating offenses C.) Anti-Sexual Harassment Act of 1995 C. economic.) civil.) exempting circumstances 18.) Right against dismissal or expulsion from school due to pregnancy out of wedlock D. A. and economic B.

October 1. Sexuality of the offended party b. 1995 d. The law defines an act which is punishable by? a.a.is pursuant to what law? a. applicants for employment. December 5. 1995 b. and uphold the dignity of workers. 1995 2. An offense b. both a and b 6. both a and b 7. A tort 5. voluntariness b. A Misdemeanor d. A felony c. guarantee full respect for human rights. an act in violation of an ordinance. Acts of sexual harassment can be characterised by? a. employees.. b. The act. The Revised Penal Code b. The acts committed in violation of the law would constitute? a.the State shall value the dignity of every individual. The gravamen of sexual harassment is? a. The New Civil Code of the Philippines c. c. an act punishable under a special law. January 1. all forms of sexual harassment in the employment. an act punishable under the revised penal code. Irresistible force coming from the offender 4. Age of the offended party c. may be committed in? 14 . students or those undergoing training. Abuse of power by the offender d. enhance the development of its human resources. negligence c. 1995 c. instruction or education. culpable d. as stated by the law. The Labor Code of the Philippines d. March 5. The policy of the State . education or training environment are hereby declared unlawful. d. The 1987 Constitution of the Philippine 3. Towards this end.

Unemployed b. Rayala. Applicant for employment 10. None of the above 8. sexual favor is made as a condition for marriage. offender’s act result in creating an intimidating. humiliation 12. sexual favor is made as a condition for a scholarship. Who among the following is not considered as an offender? a. d. discrimination d. Only in an educational institution c. Only in work-related environment b.a. 2008) a. Which among the following is not a way of committing sexual harassment? a. none of the above 11. b. a sexual intercourse between the offender and the offended party must actually exist. Sexual harassment is an imposition of ___________ which is enough to dampen an employee’s spirit and her capacity for advancement. sexual favor is made as a condition for money and privileges. misplaced “superiority” c. misplaced “inferiority” b. Student c. Employee d. none of the above 15 . hostile or offensive environment for the employee. Who among the following is not considered as an offended party? a. Labor Union 9. (Domingo vs. Agent of the employer d. c. Teacher b. Employer c. Which among the following is considered as a test in determining whether such act is sufficient enough to constitute sexual harassment? a. c. d. Both a and b d. a demand of a sexual favor must be explicit. b.

other affirmative relief d. Civil action b. Which among the following is not a duty of an employer and/or a head of a workrelated and educational institution as imposed by the said law in relation to cases involving sexual harassment in their respective environment? a. subsidiary c. To prevent or deter the commission of acts of sexual harassment and to provide the procedures for the resolution. administrative actions b. c. to the institutions stated therein. ________ shall not be a bar to prosecution in the proper courts for unlawful acts of sexual harassment. b. Any action arising from the violation of the provisions of this Act shall prescribe in: a. settlement or prosecution of acts of sexual harassment. 15. solidary b. 2 years c. both b and c 17. a. as the case may be. a. none of the above 14. To create a committee on decorum and investigation of cases on sexual harassment. primary d. 1 year b. Administrative Sanctions c. The victim shall not be precluded from instituting … a. 3 years d. a separate and independent action for damages c. The law imposes __________ liability.13. d. through their duly designated representatives. prescribing the procedure for the investigation of sexual harassment cases and the administrative sanctions therefor. Termination of employment d. for the damages arising from the said act if they do not take immediate action on any case involving the same. To file a report stating the incident on the Department of Labor or Department of Education. 4 years 16 . None of the above 16. To promulgate appropriate rules and regulations in consultation with and jointly approved by the employees or students or trainees.

When will the penalties mentioned in nos. d. wherein the leaders and the members of the said gang were arrested and killed including Nicolas. Any person who violates the provisions of this Act may be imprisoned of? a. SPECIAL PROTECTION OF CHILDREN Amansec. b. Fatima Bocalan. A police task force was formed. MTC only 2. 20. b. 18 and 19 may both be imposed? a. if the act is coupled with abduction and illegal detention. more than ten thousand pesos but not more than twenty thousand pesos. c. d. one of the members of the task force said to the press that there was a summary execution. c. Thus a case was filed before the Sandiganbayan later on transfer before the RTC.18. Allena 1. not less than fifty thousand pesos nor more than sixty thousand pesos. more than one month but not more than seven months. 19. Any person who violates the provisions of this Act shall may be penalised by a fine of? a. at the sound discretion of the court. c. not less than ten thousand pesos nor more than twenty thousand pesos. a minor was allegedly part of SHABU PA GANG. Thereafter. not less than two months nor more than eight months. RTC or MTC depending on the penalties prescribed on the offense charged c. Nicolas . However. both a and b. in consideration of the weight of the evidence presented by the prosecution. a drug syndicate. RTC only d. more than twenty thousand pesos but not more than forty thousand pesos. more than five months but not more than one year. b. not less than one month nor more than six months. Supreme Court b. d. Who has jurisdiction over a case involving a minor in place where there is no family courts? a. the 17 .

a. b. b. Is the mother correct? Yes.a. d. because the family court has exclusive original jurisdiction in cases of summary execution wherein one or more minors were included as victims. None of the above 7. the minor shall pay his civil liability 5. Meanwhile. a. The court shall impose to the parents of the minor his civil liability c. However. The court instead pronouncing judgment shall suspend further proceedings and shall commit the child to the custody or care of DSWD or any institution operated by the government or duly licensed until the child reached 18 years old. b. Which of the sentence is false? 15 years old and below are exempted from criminal liability. Who may not file a complaint for unlawful acts committed to children? Offended party Parents or grandparents At least three concerned. 9 years old and below exempted in all cases 6. Yes. mother of Nicolas filed a petition before the court that the family court is the one who has jurisdiction over the case. The court shall sentence the minor according to his penalty d. The law seeks to protect their welfare and best interests of children. No. Above 15 years but below 18 years old are exempted in all cases 15 years old and below are exempted from criminal liability. Where immediate legal assistance was already been given b. No. c. b. Where the families are accommodated as family units d. The court shall wait until the minor becomes 18 years old to punish for his criminal liability. d. Where a notice was immediately given to the parents of the child c. In cases of armed conflicts where does the separate detention facilities of minor do not apply? a. c. Which of the following is not a right of a child arrested during armed conflict? 18 . because one of the accused is a minor. the Court is able to relax the rule like in this case since Nicolas was already dead. because the case should be tried before the Sandiganbayan because such court was the first to acquire jurisdiction. the child will be subjected to intervention program. However. c. d. 3. responsible citizens where the violation occurred. Barangay Kagawad where the child is residing 4. when the need for such protection is not compromised. What will happen to the minor if he is found guilty? a.

Jake case shall be tried before the regular court because there is no proof to support his claim that he is only a minor b. None of the above 19 . Smith shall be sentence to death c. What Agency Is Responsible For The Immediate Rehabilitation Of The Child? DSWD Ched Deped Nha 10. Smith shall be deported immediately after service of sentence and forever barred from entry to the country d. but unfully take care or protect themselves from abuse. Smith. Release of the child on recognizance within twenty-four (24) hours to the custody of the Department of Social Welfare and Development or any responsible member of the community as determined by the court. Immediate free legal assistance c. All of the above. neglect. d. a minor. exploitation or discrimination due to physical or mental disability c. a foreigner and editor-in-chief of a foreign magazine caused the publication of an article about a pending case of Lea. The said article caused discrimination and moral degradation to Lea. 11. However. The maximum period shall be imposed 9. Under RA 7610. The presumption is he is a minor until proven otherwise.a. cruelty. the term “children” refers to: a. Jake age can be determined through birth certificate and other documents d. c. a. To have a temporary evacuation with his family 8. the doubt must be resolved in his favor. d. Jake. In case of doubt as to the age of Jake. Choose the best answer. Separate detention from adults except where families are accommodated as family units b. Over eighteen (18) years of age. b. a street vendor was arrested in Manila for the crime of theft against a 75 years old woman. his age cannot be determined because there are no pieces of evidence to support his claim that he is only a minor. Smith shall be deported b. c. Below eighteen (18) years of age b. What will happen to smith? a. a. A and B d.

c. Which Is True When The Employment Of The Child Is Essential In Public Entertainment? a. All of the above 16. The employer must ensure the protection. Violation Of The Terms And Conditions Of The Child’s Employment Contract b. c. Children below 15 years old cannot be employed. Family Courts b. Original Jurisdiction over all cases involving offenses punishable under RA 7610. A And C 20 . A and C f. Failure To Institute Measures To Ensure The Protection.12. Children below 15 years old may be employed. b. is vested with: a. Morals And Normal Development Of The Child c. b. morals. safety. What May Be The Grounds For The Cancellation Of The Work Permit? a. Rtc c. d. None Of The Above e. Children below 15 years old may be employed. A and B e. in in in in 13. All of the above 14. Work permit is necessary for spot extras or those being cast outright on the day of the filming or taping. d. health. Depriving The Child Of Access To Formal. The employer is not required to institute measures to prevent the child’s exploitation or discrimination c. Mtc d. permitted or suffered to work any public or private establishment d. Non-Formal Or Alternative Learning Systems Of Education d. Safety. Children below 15 years old may be employed. and normal development of the child b. Who may cancel or suspend the work permit of a child? The Regional Director of the Department of Labor and Employment The Secretary Of Department Of Social Welfare And Development The Secretary Of Department Of Labor And Employment A And B 15. Health. permitted or suffered to work any public establishment only. What is the general rule for employment of children? a. as amended. permitted or suffered to work private establishment only. a. permitted or suffered to work any public or private establishment.

Child Trafficking. And Other Acts Of Abuse Shall Be Subjected To The Following Sanction/S: a. Work permit is not necessary for spot extras or those being outright on the day of the filming or taping c. Which of the following statement is correct in relation to the hours of work of working children BELOW 15 years old? a. indulges in sexual intercourse or lascivious conduct b. Work permit must be obtained from the Department of Social Welfare and Development d. All of the above 20. Which is correct: a. indulges in sexual intercourse or lascivious conduct c.17. B and C f. Immediate Closure b. Obscene Publications And Indecent Shows. Cancellation Of Their Authority Or License To Operate c. Establishment Which Promote Or Facilitate Child Prostitution And Other Sexual Abuse. None of the above 19. A and B e. whether male or female. Which of the following statement is correct in relation to employment of children who are essential in public entertainment? a. Child prostitution and sexual abuse exist when a female child. Child prostitution and sexual abuse exist when a child. Work permit is valid for a maximum of 1 year b. B And C e. All of the above 18. indulges in sexual intercourse only d. Not more than 4 hours per day b. No work between 10pm and 6am d. Not more than 40 hours per week c. All of the above 21 . Child prostitution and sexual abuse exist when a female child. Prosecution Of The Owner Or Manger d.

000.000. Example of an event where there is emergency repatriation. Disqualification to hold appointive public office for 10 years 2. 12 Years And 1 Day To 20 Years And A Fine Ranging From 1. What is the liability of the POEA officials in allowing the deployment of Migrant Workers without any of the requirements for deployment of Migrant Workers abroad? a.000. Eileen Kay A.000.000 to 2. What document shall be sufficient evidence to substantiate the claim arising from accidental death? a. b. Removal or dismissal from service with disqualification to hold appointive public office for ten years. What is the penalty for simple illegal recruitment? a. 20 years and a fine ranging from 1. c.000 To 2. Recruitment agency report 3. c. Which is not part of the services and privilege offered to Migrant Workers? Travel Allowance Exempt from travel tax and airport fee Congressional Migrant Workers Scholarship Fund Travel advisory 5. d. b. 6 years and 1 day to 12 years imprisonment b. Removal Or Dismissal From Service With Disqualification To Hold Appointive Public Office For Five Years. a. Jurilla. War Political turmoil or disturbance Flood Famine 4. a. Police Or Accident Report d. Dismissal from service only b. Incident report b. 1.000.000 Pesos c.000.000 pesos d.THE MIGRANT AND OVERSEAS FILIPINO ACT OF 1995 Manibo. d. 6 years and 1 day to 12 years and a fine ranging from 1.000 pesos 22 . Official report c. Mark C. c. d.000 to 2.

Feagle vs Gayda b. When is Syndicated Illegal Recruitment not committed? a. d. What is not a remedy from a closure order? Motion to Re-Open Establishment Motion to lift Order Appeal None Of The Above 9. 1995 June 7. None of the above 10. In what case did the Supreme Court decided that section 10 of RA 8042 unconstitutional? a. d. When carried by a group of 4 persons conspiring with one another 23 . 1995 11. c.6. Who has original and exclusive jurisdiction to hear and decide cases of illegal recruitment? a. b. d. When carried by a group of 5 persons conspiring with one another b. b. a. OWWA c. Ilas vs NLRC c. d. b. a. When was RA 8042 enacted? July 7. DFA d. Poea 7. Who can file the criminal complaint for illegal recruitment? The DFA Commissioner The Aggrieved Party A representative of OWWA The offending party 12. c. 1995 June 5. a. Who has original and exclusive jurisdiction over claims of migrant workers? Nlrc OWWA DFA POEA 8. b. c. c.1995 July 5. NLRC b. a. Serrano Vs Gallant d.

b. a. When carried by a group of 2 persons conspiring with one another 13. When is Large-Scale Illegal Recruitment committed? If committed against 1 person If committed against 2 persons If committed against 3 or more persons None of the above 14. c. d. 5 years 16. c. When is a person deemed to have been engaged in a remunerated activity? If He Has Been Promised Or Assured Employment Overseas If he has been promised or assured employment in the Philippines If he has been promised or assured position in a company None of the above 15. c. a. a. Payment of salaries for the unexpired portion of his employment contract 17. b. c. What relief an illegally dismissed migrant worker is entitled to? Reinstatement of employment Payment of damages Full reimbursement of his placement fee and the deductions made with interest of 6% per annum d. Who can file a motion to reopen the establishment ordered closed? The building administrator The tenant of the building A relative of the owner of the building The Recruitment agency 24 . 3 years c. c. d. When carried by a group of 3 persons conspiring with one another d. d. 4 years d. b. When is the Migrant Workers Day? June 7 July 7 June 5 July 5 18. d. a. b. What is the prescriptive period for filing administrative cases involving recruitment violation and disciplinary action? a. 2 years b. a. b.c.

b. a. Jai Jagannath Sangco 1. A qualified employee with disability is subject to the following except. When a person recommended another to a recruitment agency who has no licensed or authority c. c. Apprenticeship Learnership Marksmanship 3. Right Against Unreasonable Searches and Seizures c. c. Disabled persons who lack access to rehabilitative services and opportunities to be able to participate fully in socioeconomic activities and who have no means of livelihood and whose incomes fall below the poverty threshold is a? a. 7277. Vincent Joshua Tamayo.19. b. Who has the power to order closure of establishment? NLRC OWWA DFA Poea MAGNA CARTA FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITY Bohol. Head of the recruitment agency guilty of estafa 20. a. Qualified person with disability c. When a person who is authorized to recruit workers or engages in recruitment agency b. The following are the political and civil rights mentioned in favor of persons with disability under Republic Act No. Same incentives or allowances as a qualified able bodied person. d. Marginalized person with disability 2. Imbecile d. When a person who is not authorized to recruit workers or engages in recruitment agency d. except: a. When is illegal recruitment committed? a. Person with special need b. Right to Suffrage b. Right to Organize 25 . d. Right to Assemble d.

Education. Social Legislation Social Justice Amendment by Deletion Affirmative Relief 6. the State shall endeavor to provide it by means of sheltered employment. 6 of RA 7277. d. 5. Before RA 10542. Five percent (5%) of all casual emergency and contractual positions in the DSWD.4. Culture and Sports. c. 20% discount granted to persons with disability under RA 7277 as amended by RA 9442 shall be applicable to the costs of medicines to selected drugstores. Which of the following statements is false? a. Based on the foregoing. b. offices or corporations engaged in social development shall be reserved for disabled persons. b. refers to the places with special facilities for disabled workers. the provision of RA 10542 amending RA 7277 is an example of? a. Right to Association is a valid exception to the rule under RA 7277 that it shall be unlawful for any learning institution to deny a disabled person admission to any course it offers by reason of handicap or disability. d. income-producing projects or homework schemes with a view to giving them the opportunity to earn a living thus enabling them to acquire a working capacity required in open industry. where income producing projects or homework schemes are available for the disabled to earn a living and acquire a working capacity required in open industry. at least one percent (1%) of all positions in all government agencies. DOH. What is a suitable employment? a. and other government agencies. if suitable employment for disabled persons cannot be found through open employment. Now. That private corporations with more than one hundred (100) employees are encouraged to reserve at least one percent (1%) of all positions for persons with disability. According to Sec. c. offices or corporations shall be reserved for persons with disability: Provided. 26 . Sheltered Employment refers to the provision of productive work for disabled persons through workshops providing special facilities. A Solo Parent with child/children with disability may become a Tax Incentive Benefactor under RA 7277 and the NIRC.

except: a.b. d. The provision of productive work for disabled persons through workshops providing special facilities. Marginalized disabled persons who want to resettle in their place of origin with the intention of finally residing there. c. form of employment or occupation which requires more than three (3) months of practical on-the-job training supplemented by related theoretical instruction. routine/special laboratory examinations. refers to the teaching of relevant occupational skills geared towards gainful employment. c. refers to the places with special facilities for disabled workers. d. regular dental care and selected procedures. the supportive activities in the delivery of social services to the marginalized sectors of society. services rendered to disabled patients within the competence and capability of DOH health facilities which include health examinations. Means The Jobs Or Occupations Appropriate To The Needs Of Disabled Persons And Which Enhance Their Skills And Provide Them With Better Opportunities For Employment. refers to hierarchically structured and chronologically graded learnings organized and provided by the formal school system and for which certification is required in order for the learner to progress through the grades or moved higher level 9. Apprenticeship 27 . d. Qualified Disabled Persons Who Want To Resettle In Their Place Of Origin With The Intention Of Finally Residing There. and ancillary procedures as required. What is Auxiliary Social Service? a. means any trade. Marginalized disabled persons who are to avail of prosthetic devices. income-producing projects or homework schemes with a view of giving the disabled the opportunity to earn a living thus enabling them to acquire a working capacity required in open industry refers to: a. where income producing projects or homework schemes are available for the disabled to earn a living and acquire a working capacity required in open industry. medical/surgical procedures. 7. c. The subsidized transportation scheme can only be availed of by the following. Marginalized disabled persons who will be undergoing training on vocational and/or livelihood skills enhancement programs in vocational rehabilitation centers managed by government and non-government agencies. Rehabilitation b. 8. surgical intervention and other domestic travels related for educational needs. b. b.

Promoting A Disabled Employee Over An Able Bodied Employee Solely On Account Of The Former’s Disability. posting photos. or discharge of employees. or in words. and other terms and conditions of employment. No individual or entity. an act of making fun or contemptuous imitating or making mockery of persons with disability whether in writing. d. because its just a joke 28 . a. d. Laughing at a person with disability d. c. or in action due to their impairment/s. c. Suitable Employment d. Inviting a wheelchair-bound person to play tennis 12. promotion. whether public or private. Is making a mockery of a person with disability in a mere joking manner considered public ridicule within the meaning of the Magna Carta for Persons with Disability? a. Limiting. employee compensation. Providing a lower compensation. No. b. shall discriminate against a qualified disabled person by reason of disability in regard to job application procedures. Can public ridicule be through writing? Yes No Maybe Sometimes 13. or remarks offensive to persons with disability online. the hiring. because it is an act of mockery b. videos. segregating or classifying a disabled job applicant in such manner that adversely affects his work opportunities||| b.c. Yes. salary. What is Public Ridicule within the meaning of the Magna Carta for Persons With Disability? a. The following constitute acts of discrimination except: a. job training. wage or other forms of remuneration and fringe benefits to a qualified disabled employee by reason of his disability as compared to a worker performing the same type and amount of work but who is not disabled 11. Excluding Disabled Persons From Membership In Labor Unions Or Similar Organizations.||| c. Sheltered Employment 10. b.

b. d. because some persons with disability are more sensitive than others d. Only the grandparents of a child with disability d. calling a person by his disability in public which results to humiliation or using the disability of a person as an example in a manner that is embarrassing and humiliating to the dignity of persons with disability b. regardless of relation by consanguinity. depending on the disability No. Only the parents of a child with disability c. or in words. an act of making fun or contemptuous imitating or making mockery of persons with disability whether in writing. 17. b. Public ridicule can be made online while vilification can only be orally or in writing d. Only if done in public and results in the loss of self-esteem of the person with disability 14. while vilification can be in private c. What Is Vilification Within The Meaning Of The Magna Carta For Persons With Disability? a. To qualify as public ridicule. What is the concept of “head of family status” within the meaning of the Magna Carta for Persons With Disability? a. Public ridicule must be public. laughing at a person with disability d. What is the difference between public ridicule and vilification within the meaning of the Magna Carta for Persons With Disability? a. Are persons with disability allowed to drive? Yes. b. blind people cant drive Sometimes. subject to regulations provided by the LTO No. posting offensive comments online about a person with disability 15. or in action due to their impairment/s. a. c. A benefactor of a person with disability whose civil status is single shall be considered as head of family and shall be allowed to avail himself/herself of that status. it is enough that the person with disability is embarrassed while in vilification. Public ridicule is less grave than vilification 16. A person granted legal custody over a child with disability. c. May a person with disability vote? 29 . humiliation and loss of self-esteem are essential elements.c. Sometimes. that provision in RA 7277 has been amended 18.

c. No. it’s merely a violation of RA 7610 of Anti-Child Abuse. Only the women. The women and their child. depending on the age of the child d. Otherwise. they cannot discern good candidates from bad candidates 19. None of the above. b. c. Who are the persons qualified to assist a person with disability during elections? The candidates or their official aides Barangay Captains or barangay Tanods A relative within the fourth civil degree of consanguinity or any member of the board of election inspectors d. b. that the child is also the child of the offender. Yes. Can a married individual avail of tax exemption granted in the Magna Carta for Persons With Disability if his/her child is legally adopted? a.a. Husband or ex-husband. b. depending on the disability No. b. VAWC is committed by a person against a woman who is his wife. e. The women and their child – whether or not the child is also the child of the offender. 30 . a. Vicente 1. c. or against a woman with whom the offender he has a common child. Boyfriend or ex-boyfriend. Sometimes RA 9262: ANTI-VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND THEIR CHILDREN ACT Pereyra. Jose Aggabao. Maybe. they are not human Sometimes. The women and their child. former wife. provided that they had a dating relationship in the past. but the child needs to be the biological child of the women. d. provided. A COMELEC representative or any family member 20. as long as the child is under the care of the woman. it is one of his rights No. d. legally adopted children may qualify the married individual as a person taking care of a person with disability b. Who are protected by RA 9262 otherwise known as “Anti-Violence Against Women and Their Child Act of 2014”? a. 2. the child has to be of blood c. Who are those persons included that may be liable under this law? a. whether or not the child is also the child of the offender. Yes.

Deprivation or threat of deprivation of financial resources and the right to the use and enjoyment of the conjugal. None of the Above. e. Destroying household property. If the woman suffers from “Battered Wife Syndrome”. provided that they had a dating relationship in the past. when shall be the penalty for committing VAWC be applied in the maximum period? I. It depends: If the penalty for the offense committed is less than 6 yrs. II and V II and III III and IV II and V II. d. Only A and B. If it is attended by the presence of aggravating circumstance of ‘disregard of respect due to sex’. because it is a violation against the rights of the woman. b. If acts resulted to insanity or imbecility of the victim. c. d. 4. Controlling the victim’s own money or properties or solely controlling the conjugal money or properties. I. community or property owned in common. Lesbian girlfriend or ex-lesbian girlfriend. the complaint should be filed in the Lower Courts. IV. occupation. III. business or activity. c. V. serious and moral grounds. a. e.. The Family Courts shall have the exclusive jurisdiction of the cases under VAWC. d.c. In Lower Courts For VAWC Needs The Speedy Disposition Of The Case. And Involves Summary Proceeding. If the acts are committed while the woman is pregnant. b. Which of the following are NOT an example of an Economic Abuse? a.. 31 . e. c. b. in RTC. in absence thereof. II. d. Only in RTC. IV and V 5. 3. in RTC. All of the Above. “Economic Abuse” is one of the abuses an offender may commit against the victim under VAWC. Where to file a criminal complaint for violation of VAWC? a. If committed in the presence of the child. except in cases wherein the other spouse/partner objects on valid. if greater than 6 yrs. Withdrawal of financial support or preventing the victim from engaging in any legitimate profession. Among the following.

and C.e. Then shall include the employer in the subsequent order. In case that the respondent be convicted. provided that the crime is committed in any of its judicial territory. position paper and other pleadings. c. File a civil action in violation of VAWC. e. d. A. d. 9. Dilatory motion for postponement. B and C. b. 6. Which of the following are NOT included in the prohibited pleadings. or petitions in VAWC cases? a. One Of The Provisional Remedies Of A Protection Order ‘Directs The Respondent To Provide Support To The Woman Or Her Child If Entitled To Legal Support’. what may the offended husband may do? a. He cannot do anything. d. A Writ of Injunction to enjoin the offending party to stay away from the victim and commit no further harm. Motion for a bill of particulars. Or Delays Remittance Of Support. File a complaint under Revised Penal Code. In any court. None. c. The properties of the respondent shall be attached for execution in order to comply with the order. e. b. affidavit. e. d. Apply for a Protection Order. Motion to dismiss the petition except on the ground of lack of jurisdiction over the subject matter or over the parties. The court shall merely give warning for the first event of its occurrence. The respondent’s employer shall be directed to fire the respondent from work. File a criminal case for violation of VAWC in special circumstances. B. 7. b. Or Withholds. File a petition for Protection Order. File an independent civil action for the collection of damages and/or file a criminal action for violation of VAWC. c. What does the victim of VAWC may avail as a remedy? a. In Case The Respondent Fails To Remit. additional years of imprisonment shall be imposed. b. motion. c. 32 . Motion for extension of time to file opposition. If the violation of VAWC shall be committed by a woman against her husband. What Sanction May Be Imposed? a. The respondent and his employer shall be liable for an indirect contempt of court. *NO ANSWER PROVIDED* 8.

e. who may only issue the Order in the absence of Barangay Chairman? a. may the Court or the Punong Barangay serve as a mediator between the offender and the victim in VAWC cases? a. b. The court must disregard the prior petition since the next filed petition was made by the offended party herself. b. 11. So that the court would relieve itself from the unnecessary hearing of a case which could be settled amicably by the parties.e. d. and the offended party wishes to file another. e. 33 . if the petition for protection order is filed in court by one of the persons authorized by this law. b. In applying for a Barangay Protection Order. any other person authorized shall be barred to file another information. a. the court shall choose only one to pursue after determining between the two has greater weight. Chief of Police of the Locality. Barangay Kagawad. The Vice-Chairman. The court shall not dismiss the later petition by the offended party. 12. Both should be accepted. But in case there is already a petition filed. the court shall: Order the filing of bonds to keep peace. In order to insure that the Protection Order is complied with. aside from the offended party. The Court or the official may conciliate the parties so that no further case shall be filed anymore. Order that the respondent-offender be observed at all times. however. d. d. b. Under the law. e. 10. what should the court do? a. Provide A Mandatory Psychological Counseling For The Offender Order the arrest of the victim. 13. The offended party’s petition should be dismissed since there is already a pending petition before the court. None of the Above. All of the Above. None of the Above. c. Provide for a safe place or shelter wherein the victims may be kept and protected against further harm from the offender. but rather shall be consolidated with the earlier petition filed. c. In hearing the application for Protection Order. Yes. c. Yes. Officer of the DSWD delegated by the Barangay Chairman.

and the court is clogged with other proceedings to be dispatched. shall have the custody of the child. If the victim is suffering from “Battered Wife Syndrome (BWS)”. The child shall be directed to the custody of a DSWD worker. Represented by the government. or in default. c. VAWC provides an exemption from payment of docket fees and other expenses. they may mediate between the parties. If no information yet is file. It shall automatic that the parents of the victim. Is in an immediate necessity due to imminent danger or threat of danger to act on an application for a protection order. to a legal guardian directed by the court. No. 14. what will happen as to the custody of the child? a. e. *NO ANSWER INDICATED* 16. b. It is ruled that no child shall be awarded to a mother suffering from BWS. A criminal action cannot be compromised. The child shall be directed to any Shelter of the DSWD until the victim-parent be relieved from BWS. a. To the mother shall the custody be awarded. b. the crime of VAWC is a public crime – the continuance or dismissal of the case after being filed before the court cannot be left to the will of the parties. d. No. e. Indigent and unable to produce enough money for the fees. A and C only. b. d. further. e. A and B only. d. if there is already an action pending before a court. e. How Many Days Of Leave Is Provided For Under The Law On VAWC? 5 10 15 20 25 15. In case a petition for protection order is filed in court. a victim who is suffering from BWS shall not be disqualified from having custody of her children. c. c. Under the law. they are now barred to act as mediators. 17. Conciliation and mediation of acts of violence against women and their children are not allowed under this law and violation of this rule shall render the Court or the officer administratively liable. what will happen to the petition for protection order? 34 . However.c. d. provided that the victim is: a. It depends.

Economic e. e. d. Steady Relationship 20. 18. Live-in Realationship d. GOVERNMENT SERVICE INSURANCE SYSTEM Edilbert H. c. An account which remains unpaid after due date? Account Arrear Account in default Monthly compensation 2. None of the Above. Economic e. Dating Relationship c. None of the Above. The petition shall be heard after all other proceedings. Which among the following is NOT a violence an offender may commit against the victim as defined under VAWC? a. c. It shall have the priority over all other proceedings. Aguilar 1. b. Sexual c. a. An account arrears which became due and demandable and remain unpaid? a. The petition shall be dismissed and be required to be filed in another court. Moral c.a. Physical b. It refers to a situation wherein the parties live as husband and wife without the benefit of marriage or are romantically involved overtime and on a continuing basis during the course of the relationship. It refers to acts or omissions causing or likely to cause mental or emotional suffering of the victim. a. Psychological d. Psychological d. 19. The petition shall undergo the standard procedure of scheduling of cases. It shall be transferred to another court which has lesser docket. Physical b. Automatic Loan Policy 35 . Casual Relationship b. a. b. Sexual Relationship e.

8291 took effect on? January 17. What is the implementing rules and regulation of the GSIS? Republic Act No. Automatic policy loan b. 1997 June 24. retirement. This refers to average salary received by the members during the last 36 months of credible service preceding his separation. 656 5. Cash Value c. who is still in the government service and together with the government agency to which he belongs. Republic Act no. This is the amount that will be deducted from the cash value/ termination value of a life insurance policy to keep the policy in force? a. Account In Default 3. b. a. Accumulated amount earned based on premium payment while the LEP is in force? a. Average monthly compensation c. Inactive members c. or if with less than 36 months of the credible service? a. b. is required to pay the monthly contributions? a. Cash Payment b. Special members 6. c. Claim 8. 1997 September 1. Automatic Loan Policy b. Refers to a member of the GSIS. c. with or without payment of contribution? 36 . 1146 Republic Act No. This refers to the number of years in government service regardless of status of employment. Cash dividend c. Active Members b. Cash dividend 4. disability or death. whether regular or special. a. 8291 Presidential Decree No. Cash dividend 7.b. 1997 9. Average Monthly Compensation c.

members of the judiciary. Total Length Of Service b. 1936 July 14. a. Yes b. Temporary total disability 13. False 16. a. Refers to disability due to injury or disease causing complete.204 12. A request from the member or his beneficiaries for the payment of benefits that may be due as provided under this act? a. who is required by law to remit regular monthly contributions for their life insurance policies to the GSIS in order to answer for their life insurance benefits defined under RA 8291? a. c. This type of members are constitutional commissioners. Can GSIS issue summons? a.995 3. Length of service 10. Cash payment c. Claim 11. Permanent partial disability c.a. GSIS workforce consists of how many employees? 3.104 3. Regular members b. b. 186 was passed on? May 14. GSIS has quasi-judicial function? a. Cash value b. including those with equivalent ranks. c. Commonwealth Act no.1936 November 14. irreversible and permanent incapacity that will permanently disable a member to work or engage in any gainful occupation resulting to loss of income? a. TRUE b. 1936 14. False 15. Special Members 37 . b. Active members c. Permanent Total Disability b.

Contribution b. RA 7432 b. per diems. Joseph James 1. Paolo Antonio G. Cash Dividend b. c. overtime pay. Temporary Total Disability c. Claim c. b. but such disability shall result in temporary incapacity to work or engage in any gainful occupation? a. d. honoraria and other emoluments not integrated into the fixed monthly salary? a. Compensation SENIOR CITIZENS ACT AND RETIREMENT BENEFITS LAW Escalona.17. Permanent total disability 18. Permanent partial Disability b. Refers to the amount payable to the GSIS by the member and the government agency or employer to which he belongs? a. Cash loan 20. RA 9257 38 . Cash Loan 19. Jimenez. The fix monthly salary received by an employee excluding allowances. Compensation b. Claim c. The latest amendment of the Senior Citizens Act or Expanded Senior Citizens Act of 2010 is a. Allowance c. a. Refers to a request from the member or his beneficiaries for payment of the benefits that may be due as provided under this Act? a. This refers to disability that accrues or arises when the impaired physical and/or mental faculties can be rehabilitated and/or restored to their normal function. Senior Citizens Act of 1993 is RA 10132 RA 7432 RA 9257 RA 9994 2. bonuses.

Filipino citizen 5. 20% discount on international and domestic air and sea travel 39 . a. The imposition of penalties for abuse of senior citizen privilege d. What is not included in the discount for medicine purchases? Generic medicines Non-prescription drugs Food supplements Vitamins and mineral prescribed by physician 7. not required to be a resident but Filipino citizen c. b. As long as you are 60 yrs.c. letting senior citizens enjoy the full benefit of 20% discount on certain purchases c. d. RA 9994 d. c. 20% discount on all air and sea travel b. resident and Filipino citizen b. The imposition of restaurant discounts 4. What are the transportation privileges of senior citizens? a. What was amended in RA 9994 which was not in the previous Senior Citizens Acts ( RA 7432 and RA 9257) a. RA 26 3. a. What are the requirements to be covered under the benefits and privileges of the Senior Citizens Act? a. unemployed. The imposition of use of OSCA ID to avail of benefits b. 5% discount 6. d. Old d. 60. The exemption from VAT. 65. b. 20% discount plus exemption from 12% VAT c. 18% discount b. resident voter. Dual citizens can avail of the senior citizens discount provided They show ID proving their age and citizenship They can prove citizenship They can prove citizenship and be residing at least 6 months in the Philippines They have been previous natural born citizens but acquired foreign citizenship in another country 8. c. What are the benefits of senior citizens on medicine and drug purchases under RA 9994? a. 20% discount but no exemption from 12% VAT d. 60.

To avail of the discount. The Most Expensive Meal Combination is an amount corresponding to the combination of the most expensive and biggest single-serving meal with beverage served in a quick service restaurant. Discount on restaurant purchases shall be limited to a. OSCA ID or any government ID 14. drinks. Post-Tertiary. In all dine in restaurant purchases b.c. Embalming c. Senior citizen makes a purchase of OSCA related items 12. The working senior citizen is exempted from paying income tax provided 40 . In take-out/drive-thru and delivery orders d. Wake costs d. Cost of casket b. Obituary publication and memorial lot purchase 11. b. What is not covered by the discount? a. If the senior is an indigent with no means to pay for higher education c. In pre-contracted party packages 10. the senior citizen can present a. Where does the MEMC rule apply? a. Senior citizen passes a standardized test issued by OSCA d. Senior citizen meets minimum admission requirements of the school b. 20% discount and VAT exemption on domestic and international air and sea travel 9. OSCA ID or any ID showing age to be at least 60 d. Anything that is sold by the restaurant d. As Well As Vocational Or Technical Education In Both Public And Private Schools Can Be Granted Financial Aid Provided a. and other consumable items served by the establishments offered for the consumption of the general public. Food. The senior citizens act provides for a discount on funeral and burial services. OSCA ID or passport or any other government issued ID showing that the senior is a citizen and at least 60 years old c. dessert. In bulk orders of food c. Food and drinks only c. Food only 13. 20% discount and VAT exemption on domestic air and sea travel only d. Only an OSCA issued ID b. Senior Citizens Who Pursue Post-Secondary.

Who manages the affairs of the senior citizens? a. restaurant. 000 20. Free medical and dental services can be availed of by senior citizens In all private and government hospitals.000 and imprisonment of 6 months maximum b.000 and imprisonment between 2 – 6 years c. 5% b. d. Food and air and sea transportation privileges 17. Fine of P 500 for initial violation d. b. Fine between P 50. Medicine and purchase of basic necessities and prime commodities b. c. Warning and seminar in OSCA about use of privileges c.000 – P 100. clinics.a. medical facilities All of the above 18. medical facilities Only in government hospitals. For the first violation. The local government unit 41 . medical facilities In all private hospitals. c. What is the penalty of an establishment refusing to honor the senior citizens card? a. All privileges of senior citizens d. a seminar in OSCA b. For the first violation. d. For the first violation. How much is the discount of senior citizens on basic necessities and prime commodities? a. admission fee discounts c. For the first violation.000 initial violation 19. imprisonment on 2 years d. Fine of P 1. fine of P 10. clinics. b. clinics. drug. fine between P 50.000 – P 100. 20% c. What is the penalty for a senior citizen or his representative misusing the privileges a. 15% d. a. He reaches the age of 60 He reaches the age of 60 and is issued an OSCA ID card He is considered to be a minimum wage earner in accordance with RA 9504 He is considered a minimum wage earner according to company policy 15. 18% 16. Food. Representatives of senior citizens can avail of the benefits and privileges on their behalf in cases only of a.

What law is R. GSIS d. b. c. Who is the priority of National Health Insurance Act of 2013? Indigents Women and Children Elderly All of the above 5. Solo Parents Program c.A 10606? Domestics Workers Act Paternity Leave Act National Health Insurance Act of 2013 Seniors Citizen Act 2. upon payment of the required premium contribution b. c. PhilHealth b. employing physicians and other professionals for the purpose of directly rendering care 4. It has the status of a tax-exempt government corporation attached to the Department of Health for policy coordination and guidance? a. providing health care directly. d. none of the above 42 . The national government c. b. b. When does Membership in the National Health Insurance Program shall take effect? a. sustainable system of funds for the availment of a basic and other supplementary packages of health insurance benefits d. SSS 3. a. c. upon submission of the requirements c. The National Health Insurance Program shall be prohibited except from. d. a. upon issuance of the Philhealth ID d. Office for Senior Citizens Affairs d. Jofel Corina A. a. Local barangay THE NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE ACT OF 2013 Paggao.b. 1. buying and dispensing drugs and pharmaceuticals.

a. Contributions From Members In The Informal Economy Shall Be Based Primarily On ____________________? a. personal preventive services b. The National Health Insurance Corporation shall enroll beneficiaries in order for them to avail of benefits under the following categories except: a. Cost-ineffective procedures 8. The PhilHealth shall not cover expenses for health services which the Corporation and the DOH consider as. The payment for Indigent Contributions in NHIP shall be fully subsidized by ___________? a. SSS 10. use of surgical or medical equipment and facilities d. c. c. Indigent b. d. b. National Government b. household earnings and assets c. d. Sponsored members c. Local Government Unit c. inpatient education packages c. the same monthly contributions as provided for by law 9. A member who has missed/unpaid premium contribution shall be? Ceased from continuous entitlement to benefits allowed to pay retroactively to continue the entitlements for benefits not be allowed to use all of his/her paid contributions none of the above 11.6. five percent (5%) of their respective monthly salaries. the minimum contributions for employed members b. GSIS d. a. Hospital confinement of less than 24 hours are not compensable except: when the patient died When the patient is transferred to another health care intitution. a. In emergency cases. All of the above 43 . b. Lifetime member d. None of the above 7. d.

12. It is the offense which files a claim for benefits which are in excess of the benefits actually provided by adding drugs. To provide all citizens of the Philippines with the mechanism to gain financial access to health services b. b. a. that will administer the Program at central and local levels d. supplies. b. What does R. What is the general objectives of National health Insurance Act? a. a.A 10606 wants to attain? To have an insurance program To attain more benefits To attain Universal Health Care To attain more employees 16. c. c. medicines. d. Possession of Fabricated Forms and Supporting Documents d. National Government c. c. Who has the power to enter and inspect facilities of health care providers and employers during office hours? a. Informal Members 13. procedures and services? a. a. Establish the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation. Which is the member in the Formal Economy? Government Employee Migrant workers Self-Earning Individuals Informal Sectors 15. b. Authorized Representative of the Corporation d. d. d. Who will administer the National Health Insurance Program? National Government Local Government Unit The Philippine Health Insurance Corporation The President of the Philippines 44 . Padding of Claims c. Create the National Health Insurance Program. Misrepresentation by Furnishing False b. All of the above 17. Local Government Units b. to serve as the means to help the people pay for health care services c. Filing of Multiple Claims 14.

Portability of savings (Rule IX. Unmarried and unemployed legitimate. Who is the dependent of the members that can also avail the benefits of the National Health Insurance Program? a. a. a. Long-term loans and other benefits (Rule IX. Von Joven Kristian R. d. RA 9679) d. Who are the members of informal economy? Self-Earning Individuals Government Employee Private Employee Family drivers 19. Parents who are sixty (60) years old or above. GSIS Fund d. IRR) b. b. a. IRR) c. PNP. c. Retirees/ Pensioners from the Government Sector Uniformed Members of the AFP.18. acknowledged. 1. Dividend earnings 45 . RA 9679) 3. They are called the Lifetime members. d. what is a government financial institution involved in mobilizing provident funds primarily for shelter finance? a. SSS Fund 2. Legitimate spouse who is not a member b. BJMP and BFP Members of PhilHealth who have reached the age of retirement All other workers who rendering service whether in private or public offices 20. b. The following characteristics are the salient features of the mutual fund under RA 9679 except a. All of the above HOME DEVELOPMENT MUTUAL FUND LAW OF 2009 Gardiano. c. illegitimate children and legally adopted or stepchildren below twenty-one (21) years of age d. Suspension of contribution (Section 8. ___________ is the sum of the member’s contributions and employer’s required contributions and the corresponding dividends credited thereto. Tax exemption (Section 19. whose monthly income is below the average c. Pag-IBIG Fund c. except to. legitimated. Under RA 9679 . PhilHeath Fund b.

What is the first law governing the Home Development Mutual Fund? Presidential Decree 1530 Presidential Decree 1503 Presidential Decree 1752 Executive Order 35 5. d. Net Fund Asset d. Total Accumulated Value c. c. owned wholly by members. What is the law that amended the original Home Development Mutual Fund Law? Presidential Decree 1530 Republic Act No. What is the membership term of the Pag-IBIG Fund under Section 8 of the law? a. What is/are the type/s of membership and fund coverage allowed by the Home Development Mutual Fund Law of 2009? a. declared and ordered by the Board of Trustees to be paid to the members proportionately according to their respective interests is known as the___________? a. Dividends b. b. administered in trust and applied exclusively for their benefit. Under RA 9679. Contributory character 7. c. Voluntary coverage only c. Mandatory coverage only b. Mandatory character c. 20 years 46 . Corporate character b. Section 2 of RA 9679 provides “The Fund should be private in character. a. a corporate profit set aside. d. mandatory and voluntary coverage 8. Both mandatory and voluntary coverage d. Net Fund Asset d.b. Provident character d. Net Income 4. a.” The law speaks for what character of the Pag-IBIG Fund? a. Net Income 9. Total Accumulated Value c. Uniformed. 9679 Presidential Decree 1752 Executive Order 35 6. b.

The following employees and employers are mandatorily covered by the Pag-IBIG Fund. Php 10. All employees and employers covered by the SSS and the GSIS b. except: a. Uniformed members of the AFP. Separation from service by reason of health b.5% d. Php 5. b and c 12.000 b.000 d. Public officials or employees who are not covered by the GSIS such as barangay officials b.000 c. whether they are deployed here or abroad 11. 3% 13. d. Both a and b e. Under RA 9679. 2% c. Permanent Departure from the country c.b. 2. 15 years d. Who is/are covered by the home development mutual fund under the voluntary category? a. Filipinos employed by foreign-based employers.000 14. Retirement d. Section 7 of RA 9679 gives the maximum monthly compensation of the employee that can be used in computing the monthly contribution in the Fund. 25 years c. Php 7. What is the amount? a. 10 years 10. Filipino employees of foreign government or international organization based in the Phil. BFP. Php 3. BJMP and PNP c. All employees and employers covered by the SSS and the GSIS 47 . a. The savings in the Home Development Mutual Fund can only be withdrawn upon the following occurrence? a. 1% b. what is the required contribution rate of the employer regardless of the employee’s monthly compensation? a.

commonly known as Pag-IBIG Fund. e. a. d. 16. 2009 June 27. Republic Act No. whether they are deployed here or abroad 15. 2009 July 27. Members of the Pag-IBIG Fund have the following benefits except: Housing loans Health benefits Death benefits Return of contributions None of the above 18. c. c. intimidation and fraudulent machinations to register employees d. To replace the Home Development Mutual Fund established under Presidential Decree No. Administration support 48 . 1752. 9679. Under what provision of RA 9679 does the following principle belong. Which criminal act/s do/es not belong to the penal provision of RA 9679 ? Refusal or failure without lawful cause to register employees Refusal or failure with fraudulent intent to register employees Refusal or failure with force. BJMP and PNP d. b. Filipinos employed by foreign-based employers. d. a.c. b. BFP. To improve the quality of life of its citizens by providing them with sufficient shelter b. Administration cost b. To provide for an integrated nationwide provident savings system d. Government guarantee d. Refusal or failure without lawful cause to collect and remit employee-savings 19. except one: a. 9679 took effect on ______________ August 27. 2009 August 17. Uniformed members of the AFP. To provide housing through mobilization of funds for shelter finance. a. Republic Act No. “The government of the Republic of the Philippines accepts general responsibility for the solvency of the Fund”? a. seeks to attain the following objectives as provided in Section 3 of the law. Government contribution c. c. 2009 17. c. b.

d. Secretary of the Department of Finance d. all allowances and other monetary benefits Basic salary only Basic salary and allowance only Basic salary and other monetary benefits only 5. c. Chairperson of the Housing and Urban Development and Coordinating Council b. Full Pay consists of Basic salary. What is the duration of the allowable leave according to RA 8187 10 Calendar Days 7 Calendar Days 12 Calendar Days 20 Salary Days 4. Luke 1. b. c. a. c. d. Orbos. The relationship of a child towards his parents. The state or condition of a mother. Board of Trustees RULES ON PATERNITY LEAVE (RA 8187) Siaton. Under Section 14 of RA 9679. the relationship of a father. a. d.20. b. d. the corporate powers and functions of the Fund shall be vested in and exercised by the ____________ appointed by the President? a. The relationship of the father and the mother. Chief Executive Officer of the Fund c. What are the limitations under the rules on PATERNITY LEAVE (RA 8187)? a. c. b. a. a. Alfred Cyrus P. The benefit is applicable to the first four (2) deliveries of the spouse of the employee with whom he is cohabiting. 2. Coverage of PATERNITY LEAVE (RA 8187) Female Employees Married Male Employees Male Employees Married Female Employees 3. What is “Paternity”? The state or condition of a father. b. 49 . the relationship of a mother. The benefit is applicable to the first four (4) deliveries of the spouse of the employee with whom he is cohabiting. b.

d. c. c. The Term “Spouse” under RA8187 a. a. What does RA 8187 covers? Only Private Sector Only Public Sector Both Public and Private Sector Only those employees under a Government Owned Controlled Corporation 50 . If The Employee Does Not Avail Of The Paternity Leave. d. lawful wife refers to a woman who is legally married to the male employee concerned. lawful wife refers to a woman who is cohabiting to the male employee concerned. The male may avail of such benefit before. a. The benefit is applicable to the first four (3) deliveries of the spouse of the employee with whom he is cohabiting. The male may avail of such benefit before. The benefit is applicable to the first four (5) deliveries of the spouse of the employee with whom he is cohabiting. during or after the delivery but no later than 90 days after the date of said delivery c. For this purpose. Refers to the woman. Refers to the girlfriend of the male employee 10. Refers to the lawful wife. b. during or after the delivery but no later than 60 days after the date of said delivery d. The male may avail of such benefit before. b. a. This Benefit Is Convertible To Benefits Not Convertible To Additional Leave Not convertible to cash Convertible To Cash by his wife by his wife by his wife by his wife 9. c. c. What are the conditions where the father may avail parental leave? His wife has a job opportunity abroad His wife is sick His wife has suffered a miscarriage His wife has given birth or suffered a miscarriage 8. b. during or after the delivery but no later than 30 days after the date of said delivery b. d.c. b. during or after the delivery but no later than 15 days after the date of said delivery 7. d. When to avail Parental Leave under RA8187? a. 6. The male may avail of such benefit before. For this purpose.

d. Any person who violates the provisions of this Act shall may be penalised by a fine of? a.000 c.000 12. c.11. 1996 51 . When was the Paternity Leave Act became Effective? July 5. c. c. a. Violation of the Paternity Leave Act is punishable by fine not exceeding P25. b.000 d. b. b. d. a. c. 1996 January 10. c. What can be a proof of miscarriage Testimony of a witness Death or medical certificate in case of miscarriage or abortion Abortion Certificate Birth Certificate 15. d. d. a. a. b. b. Violation of the Paternity Leave Act is punishable by fine not exceeding P30. Violation of the Paternity Leave Act is punishable by fine not exceeding P20. a. d. Violation of the Paternity Leave Act is punishable by fine not exceeding P15. What year was the Paternity Leave Act Approved 1998 1996 2000 1987 16. Any Person Who Violates The Provisions Of This Act May Be Imprisoned Of? imprisonment ranging from 1 year to 6 6 years imprisonment ranging from 60 days to 1 year imprisonment ranging from 30 days to 6 months imprisonment ranging from 30 days to 3 months 13.000 b. 1996 June 10. 1996 March 5. What can be a proof of a child birth Birth certificate of the newly born child Family Bible Testimony of a witness Hospital Receipt 14.

During c. c. What is the purpose of Paternity Leave Act? To relax and unwind To travel So that the married male could lend support to his wife during her period of recovery.15 years d. The woman who gave birth or suffered miscarriage MUST be the legal wife c. b. Genevieve Mari M.17. So that the married male could lend money to his ascendants and descendants 18. it can only be used ____ the delivery of the child a. d. a. c. The woman who gave birth or suffered miscarriage MUST be the sister of the male employee b. or in nursing of the newly born child d. What does the male employee do after learning about the pregnancy of his wife? Inform his Parents about the pregnancy Inform his employer about the pregnancy and expected date of delivery Inform his Friends and Celebrate Inform His Relatives By Affinity And By Consanguinity Within The 4th Civil Degree ANTI-TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS Dela Cruz. Yaimah D. What are the Conditions for Entitlement under Paternity Leave Act? a. The woman who gave birth or suffered miscarriage MUST be the mother d. a. After b. a.5 years b.10 years c. What is the prescriptive period of trafficking cases committed by a syndicate or large scale? 52 . The woman who gave birth or suffered miscarriage MUST be the girlfriend 19. Sattar. While application of paternity leave must be made before the delivery.What is the prescriptive period of trafficking cases under RA 10364. b.20 years 2. Before 20. 1.

sexual exploitation. c.20 years d. b.Person in authority d.Which of the following constitutes attempted trafficking in person under RA 10364? a.Which of the following is not considered qualified trafficking a.a.To organize or direct other persons to commit the offenses defined as acts of trafficking under RA 10364. slavery.Violation of section of RA 10364 4. guardian or a person who exercises authority over the trafficked person or when the offense is committed by a public officer or employee. or receive a person by any means.25 years 3. for the purpose of prostitution. or to influence or attempt to influence witnesses. involuntary servitude or debt bondage.The trafficked person only c.Who may file a complaint for trafficking? a.Any person who has knowledge of the commission b.Tampering with. 6. obtain. d. transport. sibling. b.Unlawfully seizing and carrying away a person by force or fraud. hire. or sexual exploitation. Facilitating the travel of a child who travels alone to a foreign country or territory without valid reason therefor and without the required clearance or permit from 53 . pornography. an ascendant. transfer. or cause the destruction of evidence.To recruit.When the offender directs or through another manages the trafficking victim in carrying out the exploitative purpose of trafficking. in an investigation or prosecution of a case under RA 10364 d.When the offender is a spouse. maintain. Which of the following does not constitute an act of trafficking in person under RA 10364? a.15 years b. pornography. including those done under the pretext of domestic or overseas employment or training or apprenticeship. provide.Any member of the family of the trafficked person 5. destroy. forced labor. parent.30 years c. offer. c. harbor. or seizing and detaining a person against his or her will with an intent to carry that person away at a later time.To adopt persons by any form of consideration for exploitative purposes or to facilitate the same for purposes of prostitution.

Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) b.A and C 8.From the day of the filing of the complaint. Soliciting a child and acquiring the custody thereof through any means from among hospitals. when does the prescriptive period commence? a.If the offender is a public official the prescribe punishment is/are? a. 7. The following are agencies involved in Anti-trafficking in Persons Act a.From the day of the released from the condition bondage. or a written permit or justification from the child’s parent or legal guardian. 9. Natural Person c. or discrimination because of a physical or mental disability or condition. Emancipated person b.From the day on which the trafficked person is delivered. b. Women d. Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) c.When does the prescriptive period commence? a. Child 11. d. All of the above 54 . c. nurseries.Dismissal from service c.From the day the child reaches the age of majority. for the purpose of selling the child.From the day of the released from the condition bondage. refugee or evacuation centers. A.B and D d. Simulating a birth for the purpose of selling the child. b. cruelty. d. clinics.From the day of the filing of the complaint c. and low-income families. neglect. Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) d. daycare centers. c.Perpetual absolute disqualification to hold public office d. exploitation.In case of a child victim.from the day on which the trafficked person is delivered.the Department of Social Welfare and Development. This refers to a person below eighteen (18) years of age or one who is over eighteen (18) but is unable to fully take care of or protect himself/herself from abuse. a.All of the above 10.Imprisonment b. b.

every January first of the year d. 15. Such databases shall have. All of the above 55 . group using guns and ammunition d. individually or as a group b. on or before January 15 of every year b. . Qualified Trafficking in Persons. the following information EXCEPT: a. The Council shall submit a report to the President of the Philippines and to Congress. dropped. sorted according to status of cases. Council is hereby tasked to ensure the harmonization and standardization of databases. group of 5 only b. at the minimum. and filed and/or pending before the courts and the number of convictions and acquittals. and data verification systems. ___________________. Trafficking is deemed committed by a large scale: a. with respect to the preceding year’s programs and data on trafficking-related cases. including minimum data requirements. everyday c. every Christmas 13. group of three (3) or more persons conspiring or confederating with one another. 14.The following are considered as qualified trafficking: a. c. reporting formats. including the number of cases being investigated. The number of cases of trafficking in persons. submitted for prosecution. A only d. The profile/information on each case and disaggregated data on trafficking victims and the accused/defendants. or in large scale b When the offender directs or through another manages the trafficking victim in carrying out the exploitative purpose of trafficking c. The number of victims of trafficking in persons referred to the agency by destination countries/areas and by area of origin. accomplice and accessories c.12. data collection systems. if committed by a person in authority d.The name of the Judge presiding on the case. a. When the crime is committed by a syndicate. if committed by a corporation 16. group comprising principal. Trafficking is deemed committed by a syndicate if carried out by a: a. if committed against the trafficked victim c. if committed against three (3) or more persons. d. b. definitions.

Sec. pornography. motion to appeal d. slavery. to immediately initiate investigation d.17. motion to reconsider 19. forced labor. Public and private prosecutors are directed to oppose and manifest objections to (Sec 11): a. Depends d. FALSE c. by filing a notice of appeal d. to cancel investigation c. upon arraignment 56 . motion to reopen case c. migrant workers. Not related 18. by the filing of affidavit of desistance b. to file motion for dismissal 20. TRUE b. (Sec 11) a. Adoption under "Inter-Country Adoption Act of 1995“(RA No. Law enforcement agencies are mandated ______________ and counter-traffickingintelligence gathering upon receipt of statements or affidavit from victims of trafficking. by the filing of the complaint or information: c.Prescriptive period is interrupted ___________ and shall commence to run again when the proceedings terminate without the accused being convicted or acquitted or are unjustifiably stopped for any reason not imputable to the accused. (RA 10364. or their families who are in possession of knowledge or information about trafficking in persons cases. sexual exploitation.14) a. involuntary servitude or debt bondage is considered a qualifying circumstance a.8043 ) for purpose of prostitution. motions for dismissal or affidavit of desistance b. to suspend investigation b.

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