Cow well-being body to perform online test on ‘gau vigyan’ on February25
Rashtriya Kamdhenu Ayog (RKA), which comes under the Ministry of Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairying, will be carrying out the examination every year.
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Government cow well-being body, Rashtriya Kamdhenu Aayog (RKA) is organising a national-level voluntary online exam on ‘gau vigyan’ (cow science) to be held on February 25 RKA Chairman Vallabhbhai Kathiria stated this test will be held annually.
The exam will be kept in 12 regional languages apart from Hindi and English. The function of this test is to get trainees and public thinking about finding out about the native cow and its qualities.
There will be no charge for this examination. Rashtriya Kamdhenu Ayog (RKA), which comes under the Ministry of Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairying, will be conducting the test every year.
” We are starting ‘Kamdhenu Gau Vigyan Prachar Prasar Assessment’ at the nationwide level from February 25,2021 Cow has plenty of science that requires to be explored. It plays a crucial role in 5 trillion economies of the nation,” he said throughout a press conference.
RKA chairman Vallabhbhai Kathiria stated, “For raising mass awareness about the native cows among young students and every other citizens, the RKA chose to conduct a national test on cow science.”
Main, secondary and college-level students, along with the public can appear for the ‘Kamdhenu Gau-Vignyan Prachar-Prasar Assessment’. There will apparently be no cost charged for taking the examination. According to the Ministry, the evaluation will be carried out in a transparent and neutral manner.
The RKA has also apparently develop research study material on cow science. The concerns in the exam will be objective-type, the syllabus will be shared on the RKA website and the results will be stated right away and certificates approved, reported PTI.
The RKA chief also said that meritorious prospects would be supplied prizes and certificates. Kathiria likewise apparently shared that universities are interested in setting up a chair and research study centres on cows and concerns pertaining to them.
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