Cow enters IIT Bombay classroom 'without cracking JEE'

 A stray cow entered into one of the classrooms of the Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay (IIT-B) at Powai in Mumbai.

The incident was reported on Sunday and a clip of the incident purportedly shot by a student has gone viral.

Just last fortnight, a student was badly injured after a pair of bulls attacked him in the IIT-B campus.

Students in a first-floor lecture hall were stunned and shocked to see the cow inside the classroom. Some of the students tried to shoo the animal away but she went on her own - in the route of her choice.

It may be recalled that in the past, several times, leopards have been spotted inside the IIT campus. These leopards generally stray out from the Sanjay Gandhi National Park via Aarey Milk Colony.

Meanwhile, the IIT-B management has constituted a committee to look into the issue of human-animal conflicts inside the campus.

They would be consulting various agencies including the Mumbai municipal corporation and NGOs.

On social media, the incident invited a lot of comments.

"I am a cow, and I am here to teach you mooooo-ology. #IITBombay," wrote Twitter Moments India.

"Cow entering IIT BOMBAY without clearing JEE Advanced?? A cow entering an IIT -Bombay classroom," media practitioner Mayur Borkar said.

"Cow enters in IIT Bombay classroom without clearing JEE Advance #IIT #IITBombay #JEEadvance," wrote RV.

"How did that cow enter IIT BOMBAY without clearing JEE Advanced??#CowInIITBombay#IITBombay," wrote Raj Ujjwal.

Anant wrote: "How Did A Cow Got Into IIT Bombay Without Clearing Jee Advanced? Maybe She Is From KOTA Where You Don't  Breath Air You Breath Entrance Exam !!!".

Sreenidhi Ramakrishnan said: " The cow cleared in through GATE only. Fair enough.  What's the problem here? #IITBombay."

In a humour, Jeevana Mounike wrote: "#IITBombay is so polluted that the cow decided to oxygenate it with its fresh air. Being the anti nationalists they are, the crowd tried to shoo it away. Can we kill them already for disrespecting the cow?"

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