UPSC Prelims Mini Mock Test: 626

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1).
In which year, two two additional Commissioners  were appointed for the first time in Election Commission of India?
2).
Consider the following regarding the malarial parasite
  1. It is a prokaryotic protist of genus ‘Plasmodium’ transmitted by female Anopheles Mosquito.
  2. After entering the body, it multiplies within the Red Blood Cells(RBCs) of humans and causes symptoms of Malaria after destroying the RBCs.
Select the statement(s) which is/are incorrect?
3).
The Communal award of Ramsay MacDonald provided for which of the following?
  1. Separate electorates to Muslims, Sikhs, Indian Christians and Anglo-Indians
  2. Special constituencies for depressed classes
  3. Election of women on communal basis from special constituencies
Select the correct option from the codes given below:
4).
Consider the following statements about Seaweeds:
  1. They are macrophytic algae
  2. They grow in the shallow waters
  3. India is the largest producer of Seaweeds in the World
  Which of the above statements is/are correct?
5).
A transaction between two subsidiaries of the same parent organization could only be said to be at "arm's length" if it could be shown that __:

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