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Scouts & Guides

 

KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA NO.2

SRINAGAR

BHARAT SCOUTs & GUIDES

       Scouts and Guides Activities

A BRIEF HISTORY OF BHARAT SCOUTS AND GUIDES

 

The Scout Guide Movement is basically the Youth Movement. The programmes have, therefore, been designed with amendments for the all round development of the personality of the youth up to the age of twenty five. This was also the dream and foresight of Lord Baden Powell, the founding father of the Movement.

          The Bharat Scouts and Guides is the national Scouting and Guiding association of India. The national headquarters of BSG is recognized by the Government of India.

Scouting was founded in India in 1909 as an overseas branch of the Scout Association and became a member of the World Organization of the Scout Movement in 1938. Guiding in India started in 1911.

In the first years after India's independence leading politicians, including Jawaharlal Nehru, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad and Mangal Das Pakvasa, as well as Scout leaders tried to unify India's Scouts and Guides. A first success was the merger of the Boy Scouts Association in India and the Hindustan Scout Association forming the Bharat Scouts and Guides on 7 November 1950. About a year later, on 15 August 1951, the All India Girl Guides Association joined this new organization.

The association is divided in four (respective three) sections according to age:

 

Bharat Scouts

·         Bunnies - ages 3 to 5

·         Cubs - boys, ages 5 to 10

·         Scouts - boys, ages 10 to 17

·         Rovers - boys, ages 15 to 25

 

Bharat Guides

·         Bulbuls - girls, ages 5 to 10

·         Guides - girls, ages 10 to 17

·         Rangers - girls, ages 15 to 25

Additionally, there are four special branches:

·         Extension Scouting

·         Sea Scouting

·         Air Scouting

·         Venture Club Scheme

 

Awards

The highest awards are

·         for the Cubs/Bulbuls section the "Golden Arrow Award"

·         for the Scout/Guide section the Rashtrapati Scout/Guide Award

·         for the Rover/Ranger section the Rashtrapati Rover/Ranger Award

 

 

Scout/Guide Motto

·         Cubs/Bulbuls - Koshish Karo (Do your Best)

·         Scouts/Guides - Taiyar (Be Prepared)

·         Rovers/Rangers - Seva (Service)

 

Scout/Guide Promise

"On my honour, I promise that I will do my best
To do my duty, to God
[a], and my country,
To help other people and
To obey the Scout/Guide Law."

 

Scout and Guide Law

1.    A Scout/Guide is trustworthy

2.   A Scout/Guide is loyal

3.   A Scout/Guide is a friend to all and a brother/sister to every other Scout/Guide.

4.   A Scout/Guide is courteous

5.   A Scout/Guide is a friend to animals and loves nature.

6.   A Scout/Guide is disciplined and helps to protect public property.

7.   A Scout/Guide is courageous.

8.   A Scout/Guide is thrifty.

9.   A Scout/Guide is pure in thought, word and deed.

 

SCOUTING ACTIVITIES at KV IISc.

1) Investiture Ceremony – By 31st July (every academic year)

2) Independence Day Celebration on 15th August

3) Flag Day on 7th November

4) World AIDS Day on 1st December

5) Republic Day on 26th January

6) Thinking Day on 22nd February

7) BalDiwas

8) Sports Day

9) Annual Day

10) Scout and Guide Classes on Friday

11) Swachch Vidyalaya

12) Community Programme

13) Different Testing Camps viz., Tritiya SopanRajyaPuraskar and Rashtrapati Testing Camps.

 

 

        Scouting is an educational movement based on open-air games. Scouts and Guides learn through play way methods, which bring integral development in a child. They become good leaders as well as good followers and true citizens of the country. They ever remain physically fit and mentally alert and morally upright. They become self-reliant and face challenges of life confidently with the motto ‘Be prepared’ and ‘Service to others’.  To achieve all these we have regular teaching/training sessions both in primary as well as in secondary sections on every Friday/Saturday during the first period. Students from class VI onwards are enrolled as Scouts and Guides and from class 3rd onwards are enrolled as Cubs and Bulbuls at the primary level.

 

         Some of the activities of   Cubs and Bulbuls are tree decoration, den making, nest building, salad preparation etc. They are also taught how to make the maximum use of the minimum resources provided to them in case of adverse situations. Camps are held in the school as well as outside the school to test these skills. Scouts and Guides made improvised temporary tent like shelters and cooked food with the minimum resources available.

                 Drip irrigation was also taken up by Scouts and Guides by which the school garden is being watered effectively.  They also planted around 100 fruit plants in Vidyalaya Campus. Scouts and Guides are also given adequate training before they attend testing camps.

The Scouts are being trained by Mr.Ghulam Mohd, TGT-Librarian and  Guides by  Smt.Bharti PRT-.Guide Captain. The Cubs are trained by Ms.Preeti Sharma, PRT & Ms.Monika Chhikara PRT Cub leader  Leader.

 

KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA NO.2 AFS SRINAGAR

BS&G Proposed Annual Programme (Activity Calendar)

 

S.

No

Standard &

Stage

Camp Level

Minimum

Duration of

 Work

Preferable

Timing (month)

Duration  of Testing Camp

Remarks

 

1.

Scout/Guide Aspirant

Vidyalaya

-

APRIL TO JULY

 N/A

Registration of

 the Boy / Girl

in the Unit

2.

Pravesh

 

Vidyalaya

03 Months &

Minimum 04 Troop/Company meeting

 

SEPT - NOV

N/A

3 months after

 Joining the

unit as Aspirant

3.

Investiture

Vidyalaya

After Pravesh

SEPT - NOV

 

 N/A

2 or 3 days

after Pravesh

4.

Pratham

Sopan

Vidyalaya

06 Months

APRL - JULY

N/A

After 6 months from date of Investiture

5.

Dwitiya

Sopan

Testing

 Camp

Cluster Level/

Local

Association

06 Months

NOV - FEB

02 days

After 6 months from Pratham Sopan

Passing date

6.

Tritiya

Sopan Test

ing Camp

District /

Regional

06 Months

JULY - SEPT

03 days

After 6 months from Dwitiya Sopan

Passing date

 

 

Pre- Rajya

Puraskar

Testing

Camp

 

Regional

 

 

      -------

APRIL-JUNE

03 days

S/G eligible for Rajya Puraskar Camp

 

7.

The Rajya

Puraskar

Testing

Camp

Zonal Level

09 Months

APRIL - JUNE

05 days

After 9 months from Tritiya Sopan

Passing date

 

 

9.

PreparatoryCamp for

Rashtrapati

Puraskar

Test. 

Regional

 

     -------

 

Before Rashtrapati Camp

 

03 days

Conducted by experienced and competent SM / GC of concerned region

 

 

10.

Rashtrapati S/G Test

Conducted by NHQ

12 Months

Schedule prepared by NHQ

05 days

After 01 year from Rajya Puraskar Passing date

 

 

Cub – Bulbul Section 

 

1.

Cub/Bulbul Aspirant

Vidyalaya

-

APRIL - JULY

 N/A

Registration of

 the Boy / Girl

in the Unit

 

2.

Pravesh

Vidyalaya

03 Months

 

SEPT - NOV

N/A

3 months after

 Joining the

unit as Aspirant

 

3.

Investiture

Vidyalaya

One Pack/

Crew

 Meeting

 

SEPT - NOV

 N/A

1 or 2 days

after Pravesh

4.

Pratham Charan / Komal

PANKH

 

 

Vidyalaya

03 Months

DEC - FEB

N/A

After 3 months from date of Investiture

 

5.

Dwitiya Charan / Rajat Pankh

 

 

Vidyalaya

03 Months

JULY – SEPT

N/A

After 3 months from date of PC / KP

 

6.

Tritiya Charan/

SwarnPankh

 

 

Vidyalaya

Level

 09 Months

JULY - OCT

N/A

After 9 months from date of DC / R.Pankh

 

7.

Chaturth

Charan/

Heerak Pankh

 

 

District level

09 Months

AUG - NOV

02 days

After 9 months from date of TC / S. Pankh

8.

Golden

Arrow

Award Camp/Cub Bulbul Utsav

Regional

Level

Chaturth Charan /Heerak Pankh+Should have required Pro. Badges

 

 

NOV

03 days

Under the

Supervision of ASOC /SOC of concerned wing

               

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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