Q. The “Indian National Association” protested against the reduction of age limit in 1877 for candidates of the Indian Civil Service examination, was founded by?

[A] Bala Gangadhar Tilak

[B] Dadabhai Naoroji

[C] Surendranath Banerjea

[D] C Rajagopalachari

Answer: C
Notes:

The Indian Association of Calcutta (also known as the Indian National Association)  was founded in 1876 by younger nationalists of Bengal led by Surendranath Banerjea and Ananda Mohan Bose, who were getting discontented with the conservative and pro-landlord policies of the British Indian Association.  

It protested against the reduction of age limit in 1877 for candidates of the Indian Civil Service examination. 

Source: Spectrum Modern India.