The Bharat Scouts & Guides will be a globally visible, consistently growing, self-reliant premium youth movement that is gender balanced, vibrant, and responsive to trends. Providing young people with a value-based, attractive, and challenging youth programme through competent leaders, effective communication, optimum use of technology, and efficient management.”
Activity report on Bharat Scouts & Guides :
On 10th October 2018, an introductory event for Bharat Scouts & Guides was organized in SLIET Campus. For this purpose, Sh. Onkar Singh, State Organizing Commissioner, Bharat Scouts and Guide visited the institute. The main purpose of the event was to introduce Bharat Scouts and Guide movement in the institute and to encourage students to join the same. Guest of the day Mr. Singh arrived at the campus at 12:30 pm, the event coordinators, Mrs. Ankita Omer and Mr. Jonny Singla (A.P. Mechanical Engineering) received the guest. Director SLIET, Prof. S.K. Jain met with Mr. Singh in his office and discussed various aspects of Scouting.
At approx. 01: 00 pm the guest (accompanied by the coordinators) arrived at ISTE hall (ME Department) where more than 200 ICD students were waiting to welcome him. Mr. Singla gave introductory speech and invited Mr. Singh to communicate with students. Mr. Singh started his talk with an introduction of Bharat Scouts and Guide and discussed about basic principles behind the same with help of a power point presentation. He shared many interesting stories about his scouting-life and motivated the students to adopt this movement in their lives. He highlighted the need activities which do not include books and classrooms. He motivated the students to participate in physical activities like sports, dancing etc. The talk was highly informative for the students. Mr. Singh made the students participate in the interaction and made them do small activities as well.
The event was concluded at around 02:00 pm with a vote of thanks from Mrs. Ankita Omer, the honourable guest was invited for having lunch in institute guest house. At around 03:00 pm Mr. Singh took his leave from the coordinators and promised to keep in touch and help the institute in future activities.
Nipun Rover testing camp is organized at Baba Hardyal Singh, Natural Re-treat Park, Sheilgaon (H.P.) by Bharat Scouts & Guides, Punjab during the period of 17th March to 21st March 2019.
Scouting is not only a fun and entertainment but also an education. It pleases one’s soul and mind in our life. Baba Hardyal Singh, Natural Re-treat park, Sheilgaon (H.P.) is situated in the lap of Nature which provides such a refreshing atmosphere it seems that nature itself is welcoming the visitors.
1st time initiated by our college to attend the camp which is organized by BSG which is not possible without the full motivation and guidance of honourable Director Sir (Dr. S K Jain). Also, I want to heartily thanks to Dean SW (Dr. D C Saxena) and Chief wardens (Dr. J.S. Ubhi & Dr. Vikas Nanda) without all the above said it is not possible for faculty coordinator to accomplish this task.
On 17th March 2019, through our college Bus at 5 AM from SLIET to Baba Hardyal Singh, Natural Re-treat Park, Sheilgaon (H.P.) had gone to attend a Nipun Camp which is organized by BSG with 47 students and two faculty members (Mr. Jonny Singla AP (ME) & Mr. Sunil Bansal AP (EIE) had reached around 4 PM. When we reached there, every student takes a tea and after some time they assembled all the students at one point and announced the full planned activity during the Nipun Camp of five days.
Firstly, they made eight crew team with different names like Sardar Udham Singh, Sardar Bhagat Singh etc. of 5-6 members each and assigned a task and chosen a one crew leader. After that they discussed about a camp rules like dress should be proper, everyone should maintain punctuality, proper sanitation should be done, no one is allowed to leave the camp site without prior permission to LOC, mobile phones should be switched off during session time and so many other things discussed about the camp rules. Then they assigned a camp duty individually to each crew team in which different task have been assigned like assembled the students at one point, morning exercise, Prayer, flag song, inspection of the camp, crew leader meeting, campfire and also maintain the decorum during breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Overall, it’s a very good experience for the students as well as for the faculty members in which they have learned how to survive in an odd condition and how to help others. Actually, this camp makes a student strong physically and mentally both, disciplined and punctuality and all these things are very much necessity to become a role model in a society and encourage to others also to make a aim and objective of our life.
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