2021 Cow Science Exam: The Kamadhenu National Commission (RKA) has announced that it will conduct a nationwide exam to raise awareness among students and citizens about native cows and its benefits. This examination will take place on February 25, 2021. The examination will take place in online mode, which will be called “Gau Vigyan Prachar Prasar Exam”.
The chairman of the Kamdhenu National Commission, Vallabhbhai Kathiriya, said preparations were now being made to provide study materials on cow science. Objective questions will be asked during the examination and details of the program will be available on the Commission’s website. Upon completion of the examination, the result will be announced shortly and certificates will be issued.
Commission President Vallabhbhai Kathiria said candidates would not have to pay any fees to take the Gau Vigyan exam. Ordinary citizens, including primary, secondary and secondary school students, will be able to take the free exam. 100 questions related to the cow will be put to the test. These questions will be in 12 local languages, including Hindi and English. Candidates will be given 1 hour to solve all 100 questions.
The Rashtriya Kamadhenu Commission considers the cow to be purely science, of which it is necessary to make people aware. A cow is not just an animal that gives milk, but is a complete science of walking on all fours. It should be noted that the central government established the Kamadhenu National Commission on February 6, 2019. This commission is subordinated to the Ministry of Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairy Products. The main task of the Rashtriya Kamadhenu Commission is to prevent the slaughter of cows, including the conservation and promotion of various animal species, and to work to spread the usefulness of the cow.