Around five lakh people from across the country will voluntarily join the online examination on ‘Gau Vigyan’ on Thursday (25 February). For this, the University Grants Commission (UGC) has sent a letter to the Vice Chancellors of 900 universities across the country asking them to encourage students to voluntarily appear in the national level online examination going on ‘Gau Vigyan’.
This examination is being conducted by the National Kamdhenu Commission. The ‘Kamdhenu Gau Vigyan Prachar Pravesh Examination’ will be held on February 25, 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 participate in this examination.
The study material uploaded on the website of the National Kamdhenu Commission set up in 2019 under the Union Animal Husbandry Ministry, as stated by Bengal BJP chief Dilip Ghosh, says that there is something special in the hump of Indian cows that turns sunshine into gold And for this reason their milk is yellow in color.
For the one-hour online exam, study material shared by the National Kamadhenu Commission states that dung is used as a protection from radiation in nuclear centers in India and Russia. It also saved the people of Bhopal from gas leakage. The material also states that Indian cows have a special power to absorb the sun’s energy with the help of a solar pulse located in their hump. As a result, Indian cow’s milk, cow dung and cow urine are nourished.
National Kamdhenu Commission Chairman Vallabhai Kathariya said, “There is nothing unscientific in this. We want to know the importance of Indian breed of cow. Therefore, we are conducting 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, Even then how many business opportunities can she offer.
On February 12, UGC Secretary Rajnish Jain has said in a letter to the Vice Chancellors that they should encourage students to voluntarily appear in the All India Online ‘Kamadhenu Gau-Vigyan Prasar-Prasar Examination’. This exam will be in Sanskrit, Hindi, English, Gujarati, Punjabi, Marathi, Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil, Marathi, Telugu and Oriya languages in which optional questions will be asked.