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This is the first Indian public (1) of a question on the so-called gig economy that has been raised in courts worldwide. The union says drivers are put under control and (2) amounting to employment, but neither do they enjoy flexible work nor receive benefits. As informal sector workers who know how to maintain (3) in income, falling (4) have upset their calculations of spending, saving, and repaying debt. The same algorithms that give drivers a written history of work and earnings also allow companies to be (5) but still in control.
Uber and Ola drivers are some of the first informal sector workers to be (6) in new-age tech. Their work is organised around data, timestamps and geo-references, making it traceable and trackable. Algorithms that run platforms also systematise parts of work unlike in previous non-tech work. Work has readable history, incomes verified in bank statements, with regularity — paid mostly without delays, without asking. Processes and (7) were never a part of their previous work as lorry drivers, (8) or drivers based at traditional stands. In contrast, most of us in “jobs” are accustomed to having legibility in our work lives.
The High Court can create (9) for the regulation of tech-based work for a large young population which needs work but is underskilled for the formal job market. The sheer number of drivers who join these platforms indicates the sizeable digital workforce being created. Identical platform ideas are being funded in different cities as separate entities, because investors find the digitisation of local services even at city level (10) .

  1. 1) preparation
    2) circulation
    3) articulation
    4) misrepresented
    5) obliged
    Answer – 3)
    Explanation: articulation – the formation of clear and distinct sounds in speech.

  2. 1) unintelligible
    2) arrange
    3) antique
    4) oblige
    5) supervision
    Answer – 5)
    Explanation: supervision  – the action of supervising someone or something.

  3. 1) provision
    2) continuity
    3) smash
    4) indigent
    5) succor
    Answer – 2)
    Explanation: continuity – the unbroken and consistent existence or operation of something over time.

  4. 1) assistance
    2) shatter
    3) frail
    4) incentives
    5) fragment
    Answer – 4)
    Explanation: incentives – a thing that motivates or encourages someone to do something.

  5. 1) faceless
    2) insubstantial
    3) rupture
    4) disintegrate
    5) inexcusable
    Answer – 1)
    Explanation: faceless – (of a person) remote and impersonal; anonymous.

  6. 1) dainty
    2) immersed
    3) rend
    4) splinter
    5) smashable
    Answer – 2)
    Explanation: immersed – dip or submerge in a liquid.

  7. 1) brittle
    2) split
    3) protocols
    4) snap
    5) frangible
    Answer – 3)
    Explanation: protocols – the official procedure or system of rules governing affairs of state or diplomatic occasions.

  8. 1) chauffeurs
    2) sever
    3) rigid
    4) contemptible
    5) improper
    Answer – 1)
    Explanation: chauffeurs – a person employed to drive a private or hired car.

  9. 1) Sincerity
    2) despicable
    3) precedence
    4) reprehensible
    5) ignoble
    Answer – 3)
    Explanation: precedence – the condition of being considered more important than someone or something else; priority in importance, order, or rank.

  10. 1) delicate
    2) splintery
    3) breakable
    4) worthwhile
    5) discreditable
    Answer – 4) 
    Explanation: worthwhile – worth the time, money, or effort spent; of value or importance.