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NEW DELHI: The University Grants Commission has requested vice chancellors of varsities throughout the nation to “encourage” college students to take an internet voluntary national-level examination to check their information on ‘gau vigyan‘ (cow science).
The ‘Kamdhenu Gau Vigyan Prachar-Prasar Examination’, for which there isn’t any registration charge, can be held on February 25, and college students from major, secondary and senior-secondary faculties in addition to faculties can take the check being performed by the Rashtriya Kamdhenu Aayog (RKA).
Besides them, anybody from most of the people also can take the hour-long a number of selection question-based examination that can be held in 11 regional languages and English.
The fee was constituted by the federal government for conservation, preservation, safety and improvement of cows.
The examination on February 25 goals to “infuse curiosity into all Indians about cows and make them aware of the unexplored potential and business opportunities a cow can offer, even after it stops giving milk”, the RKA had mentioned in its notification for the examination on January 5.
University Grants Commission (UGC) secretary Rajnish Jain in a letter to vice-chancellors mentioned that “you’re conscious the Rashtriya Kamdhenu Aayog, Ministry of Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairying, authorities of India, established in February 2019, has been engaged on dissemination of knowledge on financial, scientific, environmental, well being, agriculture and religious relevance of indigenous cow within the nation”.
The RKA goes to conduct the all-India on-line ‘Kamdhenu Gau Vigyan Prachar-Prasar Examination’ for college students of major, secondary and senior secondary faculties, faculties, universities and for all residents, Jain mentioned.
“I write this to request you, to give wide publicity to this initiative and encourage students to enrol or register themselves for this examination. This may also be brought to the notice of the colleges affiliated to your university,” he mentioned within the letter to vice-chancellors.
The examination can be performed in English, Hindi, Gujarati, Sanskrit, Punjabi, Marathi, Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil, Marathi, Telugu and Odia.

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