There are various discussions and debates about cows in India. There is also politics. This time in the country, what kind of knowledge about this cow will be verified.
A special test on ‘cow science’ is being organized. The number of applicants has already crossed five lakh.
It is being said, ‘This event is to open the field of higher research on Indian cattle. Various universities of the country will take this test on the various benefits of cattle under the initiative of Kamdhenu Commission, the state body for raising cattle.
The test was scheduled to be held next Thursday (February 25) but was postponed by the Kamadhenu Commission in the face of criticism. However, the University Grants Commission (UGC) has sent instructions to 900 universities across the country to suspend the exams.
According to NDTV, the University Grants Commission of India (UGC) has sent letters to the vice-chancellors of 900 universities in the country urging them to practice how useful and scientific each part of the domestic cow is and encourage students to take the test.
According to the Times of India, the EMCQ type test will be held in one hour.
The country’s state-run Kamdhenu Commission, the country’s organizer of the test, said 52 countries, including Bangladesh and Pakistan, have registered to take part in the test online.
Applications have been submitted from Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Afghanistan, United Kingdom and United States. Most of the applications have come from the United States in different countries of the world.
Students have been asked to sit for this government exam on cattle online. But Jadavpur University in West Bengal has said no such test will be taken.
In 2019, the Union Ministry of Animal Husbandry launched the State Kamdhenu Commission.
The Narendra Modi government has arranged financial allocation by including the name of the company in the 2019-20 budget.
The Kamadhenu Commission acts as an agency under the Central Ministry of Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairy Production.
Last month, the Ministry of Animal Husbandry issued a notice stating that the one-hour online test was arranged on its website. At the same time the examination syllabus is already published on their website.
Dung helps reduce nuclear radioactivity – this is mentioned in the syllabus. It has been claimed that research is being done in India as well as in Russia.
Vallabhbhai Kathiria, chairman of the State Kamadhenu Commission, said there was nothing unscientific about cows. We are taking this test to promote the greatness of Indian cattle.
Registration for the cow science exam has started from January 15. A total of 13 languages will be tested. Participants will be given special certificates.
There is no end to the enthusiasm among the students of the country. More than 520,000 students have registered to take part in the exam. They are all school, college and university students.
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