Multi-label classification is a generalization of a multi-class classification problem where one entity can belong to more than one class from the class set. Recent works have proposed multiple methods of solving this problem that involves both statistical and deep learning methods. While methods exist for using deep learning models for this problem, most of them require the model to have a high dimension output vector and the property of inter-dependency of classes has not been explored. An ensemble of statistical models called the chain classifiers can be used to address these issues. This study explores methods of using neural network classifiers in the classifier chain model and tries to address some problems with such architecture while compare their performance on different types of data using different metrics with each other and with other well performing multi-label classification methods. © 2020 IEEE.