The University Grants Commission (UGC) has asked the vice chancellors of universities across the country to encourage students to voluntarily appear in the national level online examination going on ‘Cow Science Exam’. This examination is being conducted by the National Kamdhenu Commission.
Kamdhenu Gau Vigyan Prasar Prasar exam will be held on 25 February for which no registration fee will be charged. Students from primary schools to secondary and higher secondary schools and colleges can participate in this exam. Apart from this, a person from general public can also appear in this examination.
The National Kamdhenu Commission had said in a notification on January 5 that the objective of this examination is to create curiosity about cows in the minds of all Indians and tell them about the capabilities of cows that even if the cow stops giving milk, Yet how many business opportunities can she offer.
UGC Secretary Rajneesh Jain has written in a letter to the Vice Chancellors to encourage students to join the All India Online ‘Kamdhenu Gau-Vigyan Prasar-Prasar exam.
The exam will be in Sanskrit, Hindi, English, Gujarati, Punjabi, Marathi, Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil, Marathi, Telugu and Oriya languages with optional questions being asked.