The College Grants Fee (UGC) has requested instructional institutes to urge college students to seem for the countrywide ‘Kamdhenu Gau Vigyan Prachar Prasar Examination’ on-line examination on ‘gau vigyan’ (cow science) on February 25. There might be no price for the examination.
Rashtriya Kamdhenu Aayog (RKA), a fee underneath the Ministry of Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairying, Authorities of India, introduced in January that it will likely be conducting the cow science examination and it will likely be held yearly.
The examination might be held in 12 regional languages aside from Hindi and English and may have multiple-choice questions and. The examination period might be one hour and might be performed in 4 classes — main (up to class 8), secondary (class 9- 12), faculty and for most of the people.
RKA Chairman Vallabhbhai Kathiria had referred to as the exams important for elevating mass consciousness about indigenous cows amongst younger college students and each different citizen.
The Aayog had mentioned the examination syllabus and reference books on cows might be really helpful on the official RKA web site of and can assist candidates put together for the examination.
“Blogs, movies and different chosen studying materials might be uploaded on official web site at kamdhenu.gov.in. Scientists, entrepreneurs, Gau Sevaks, farmers, youth and girls in addition to senior residents will actively work to make this mega occasion a grand success,” the Ministry mentioned.
The examination might be performed in an neutral method and individuals might be given prizes and certificates. “Questions might be set in such a approach that throughout the on-line examination there might be no scope for any maneuvering. Outcomes might be instantly declared on the web site of RKA. Certificates might be given to all. Profitable meritorious candidates might be given prizes and certificates afterwards. Appreciation letters might be issued to all those that assist in organizing this examination,” it mentioned.
RKA Chairman had urged Vice-Chancellors in December 2020 to begin ‘Kamdhenu Chair’ in each college and faculty. “We’d like to educate the youth about agriculture, well being, social, financial and environmental significance of our indigenous cows,” Vallabhbhai Kathiria mentioned.
The RKA was arrange by the Central authorities in February 2019, and is geared toward “conservation, safety and growth of cows and their progeny”.