Find the odd one. NGO, District Commission, National Commission, State Commission - Organisation of Commerce and Management

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Find the odd one.

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  • NGO

  • District Commission

  • National Commission

  • State Commission

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Solution

NGO, District Commission, National Commission, State Commission - NGO

Concept: Consumer Protection Act, 2019
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Chapter 7: Consumer Protection - Find the odd one

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