Scout and Guide
The mission of Scouting is to add to the training of youngsters, through a worth framework dependent on the Scout Promise and Law to help assemble a superior existence where individuals are self-satisfied as people and assume a valuable job in society.
Scout and Guide units are isolated despite the fact that they have some coeducational exercises, for example, Jamborees, rallies, and gatherings. Impeded young men and young ladies additionally take an interest in the Scouting program.
The Scout token fuses a wheel with 24 spokes, known as the Ashoka Chakra, taken from the Ashoka column at Sarnath, in the green-and-saffron shades of the banner of India.
- Keep smiling
- Do your best
- Be Prepared
“On my honour I promise that I will do my best
To do my duty to God and my country
To help other people and
To obey the Scout/Guide Law.”
Scout and Guide Law
- A Scout/Guide is trustworthy
- A Scout/Guide is loyal
- A Scout/Guide is a friend to all and a brother/sister to every other Scout/Guide.
- A Scout/Guide is courteous
- A Scout/Guide is a friend to animals and loves nature.
- A Scout/Guide is disciplined and helps to protect public property.
- A Scout/Guide is courageous.
- A Scout/Guide is thrifty.
- A Scout/Guide is pure in thought, word and deed.
The Bharat Scouts and Guide Flag
The flag of Scouts and Guides is dark blue color flag, with yellow color emblem in the centre and Askhok Chakra in blue color. The flag Of Scouts and Guides emphasizes the all -India character of movement. Guide wing of Scouts and Guides is represented by Bharat Scouts and Guides. For the scouts, the flag is their pride. When the scouts wear their flags on their uniform they feel connected to the nation.
Prof. Varinder Singh
Dept. of Physical Education