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Correct Option is Morley-Minto Reforms, 1909

Morley-Minto Reforms, 1909 The legislative councils at the centre and the provinces were to have four categories of members 1.Ex officio members: Governor-General and members of the executive council. 2.Nominated official members: Government officials who were nominated by the Governor-General. 3.Nominated non-official members: nominated by the Governor-General but were not government officials. 4.Elected members by different categories of Indians. The elected members were elected indirectly. The local bodies elected an electoral college who would elect members of the provincial legislative councils. These members would, in turn, elect the members of the Central legislative council. The elected members were from the local bodies, the chambers of commerce, landlords, universities, traders communities and Muslims. Hence option a is correct.

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