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One question a day Q#19 SC 20032014

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The proposed ordinance on the Employees Provident Funds will give more regulatory teeth to the enforcement agencies, widen the ambit of coverage to workers in the unorganised sectors like construction and domestic help and to migratory labourers often changing jobs, who may not be covered at all.

(A) widen the ambit of coverage to workers in the unorganised sectors like construction and domestic help and to migratory labourers often changing jobs, who

(B) widening the ambit of coverage to workers in the unorganised sectors such as construction and domestic help and to migratory labourers who often change jobs and

(C) to widen the ambit of coverage to workers in the unorganised sectors such as construction and domestic help and to migratory labourers often changing jobs, that

(D) for widening the ambit of coverage to workers in the unorganised sectors such as construction and domestic help, to migratory labourers often changing jobs, and who

(E) so as to widen the ambit of coverage to workers in the unorganised sectors such as construction and domestic help and to migratory labourers often changing jobs, which

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B it is :widening the ambit of coverage to workers in the unorganised sectors such as construction and domestic help and to migratory labourers who often change jobs and
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(A) widen the ambit of coverage to workers in the unorganised sectors like construction and domestic help and to migratory labourers often changing jobs, who - Widen (Verb) can not be used because it is making the sentence a fragment. who is modifying jobs. 'Such As' should be used instead of 'like' to give examples.

(B) widening the ambit of coverage to workers in the unorganised sectors such as construction and domestic help and to migratory labourers who often change jobs and - Correct

(C) to widen the ambit of coverage to workers in the unorganised sectors such as construction and domestic help and to migratory labourers often changing jobs, that - that is modifying jobs

(D) for widening the ambit of coverage to workers in the unorganised sectors such as construction and domestic help, to migratory labourers often changing jobs, and who - who is misleading not modifying labourers

(E) so as to widen the ambit of coverage to workers in the unorganised sectors such as construction and domestic help and to migratory labourers often changing jobs, which - which is modifying jobs.
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