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Scouting in 24th Asoka Group
A MOVEMENT FOR YOUTH
Scouting is a Movement... on the move. Evolving and adapting everywhere according to local conditions, serving according to local needs
For us scouting is
EDUCATION FOR LIFE
SCOUTING IS... A METHOD:
Scouting complements the school and the family, filling needs not met by either. Scouting develops selfknowledge, the need to explore, to discover, to want to know. Scouts discover the world beyond the classroom, tapping the skills of others to MAKING A PERSONAL COMMITMENT to a simple code of living: the Scout Promise and Law. LEARNING BY DOING active participation, with others. WORKING IN SMALL GROUPS in patrols to develop leadership, group skills, and individual responsibility. STIMULATING PROGRAMS progressive activities based on the interests of young people. Activities in contact with nature, a rich learning environment where simplicity, creativity, and discovery come together to provide adventure and challenge.
a commitment to seek the spiritual value of life beyond the material world.24th Asoka Group "Scouting is a Movement. national and international peace. A CODE OF LIVING: A SPIRITUAL DIMENSION .. socially and spiritually NON-POLITICAL. Scouts are encouraged to make a constructive contribution to their community. Nonetheless. society and . A PERSONAL DIMENSION . A SOCIAL DIMENSION . respecting the dignity of others and the integrity of the natural world. FUN.participating in the development of society. WITH A PURPOSE Through recreation..developing a sense of personal responsibility and stimulating the desire for responsible self-expression. not an Organization" said Lord Baden Powell. Scouting achieves its purpose to help young people develop physically. SCOUTING IS. intellectually. understanding and cooperation. NONGOVERNMENTAL Scouting does not and must not represent any political party or organization. Promoting local.
He offers active assistance to the Scoutmaster and .24th Asoka Group OPEN TO ALL Scouting is open to all. a Scout Troop shall be treated as a Group. Scout 1) Scout: A boy who is a citizen of India and who has completed 10 but not 17 years of age is eligible to become a Scout. the institution or any past hero of India. principles and method conceived by its founder Robert Baden-Powell. it shall take the name of the Group. iii) Every Scout Troop shall be registered in accordance with the procedure prescribed. however where there is no such Group. A group may be named after the locality. Scout Troop and Rover Crew provided. preferably with Dwitiya Sopan Badge. Every Group shall also have a serial number assigned by the Local or District Association. 2) Scout Troop: i) A Scout Troop shall consist of not less than 12 and not more than 32 Scouts. Where a Scout Troop is a unit of a Group. with experience of not less than six months as a Patrol Leader. He shall wear the Scout Uniform and in addition wear two green stripes on the left pocket and Troop Leader's Badge above service star worn above the left pocket of the shirt or at the same place on Jersey. in accordance with the purpose. iv) Every Scout Troop shall have a name. as the case may be. ii) Each patrol may consist of six to eight scouts inclusive of Patrol Leader and Second. iii) Troop Leader: One of the Patrol Leaders. If a Scout continues to be in the School he should be allowed to remain in the unit till he is 18 years of age. may be appointed as Troop Leader by the Scoutmaster in consultation with the Court-of-Honor. 3) The Patrol System i)A troop shall be divided into patrols. ii) A Scout Troop shall be a unit of a Group of Cub Pack. regardless of race or creed. provided he subscribes to the Scout Promise and the Scout Law and becomes a member of Scout Troop.
He shall carry the Patrol Flag. The Court-of-Honor shall consist of Troop Leader. Troop Leader and Patrol Leader. Troop Leader assists Troop Leader as directed. A Patrol Leader is a Scout appointed as Patrol Leader by the Scoutmaster in consultation with the Court-of Honor and the concerned patrol to lead the Patrol of Scouts. The Patrol-in-Council shall deal with all affairs of the Patrol.24th Asoka Group Assistant Scoutmaster and takes charge of the unit in the absence of the Adult Unit Leaders. Troop Leader.5 cms wide on either side of the membership badge on the left pocket. He shall wear Scout Uniform and in addition wear two green stripes made of wool or cotton 6 cms long and 1. A second is a Scout selected by the Patrol Leader with the approval of the Scoutmaster and the Court of Honor. vii) Court-of-Honor: There shall be a Court-of-Honor for every Troop. . The Scoutmaster and Assistant Scoutmaster shall act as advisers. preferably with Dwitiya Sopan Badge. Troop Leader's Badge is rectangular Badge with emblem in yellow on green background with a yellow ring round it and three green vertical stripes to the left of the emblem. He shall assist Patrol Leader and take his place in his absence.5 cms wide on the right hand side of the membership badge on the left pocket. The Patrol-in-Council shall consist of all members of the Patrol. He shall wear Scout uniform and in addition one green stripe made of wool or cotton 6 cms long and 1. Asst. Asst. He shall wear the Scout Uniform and addition wear two green stripes on the left pocket and assistant Troop Leader's Badge above Service star worn above the left pocket of the shirt or at the same place on jersey. vi) Second: There shall be a Second for each patrol. Asst. viii) Patrol-in-Council: There shall be a Patrol-in-Council for every Patrol. may be appointed as Assistant Troop Leader by the Scoutmaster in consultation with the Court of Honor. The Court-of-Honor shall plan the activities and deal with internal matters of the Troop and also matters of finance and discipline. Patrol Leader shall be the Chairman. v) Patrol Leader: There shall be a Patrol Leader for each patrol. Seconds may be admitted as members of the Court-of-Honor except when matters of discipline are dealt with. iv) Assistant Troop Leader: One of the Patrol Leaders with not less than six months service as a Patrol Leader. Assistant Troop Leader's Badge is a rectangular badge with emblem and ring around it in green colour and three green vertical stripes to the left of the emblem. Troop Leader or one of the Patrol Leaders elected shall function as the Chairman and one of the members elected shall function as Secretary.
yell or song and corner. Square and diagonal lashings. 13) Participate in any two of the following activities. (i) Undertake a nature study project in consultation with your Patrol leader. sheet bend.24th Asoka Group Scout Syllabus Pravesh Requirements 1) Have brief information of the origin of scouting. Render first aid for cuts and scratches. 3) Learn and practice Hand signals and whistle Signals. 3) Scout Motto. bowline. 9) Know the contents of the First-Aid Box. . Top Dwitiya Sopan Requirements 1) Tie and show the uses of Timber hitch.P's six exercises or Six Asanas or Surya Namaskar. Demonstrate the use of roller bandages and triangular bandages collar and cuff sling and triangular suspension sling. 11) Make a gadget or handicraft useful at home. Demonstrate the uses of four camp tools. 6) Tie and show uses of reef knot. Top Pratham Sopan Requirements 1) Learn about your Patrol its Flag. Salute and left hand shake. Rolling hitch. 12) Adopt for purpose of keeping clean a park or a water-point or a bus stop or any other public spot or a Building for a week. Sign. Or observe for at least a month breeding places of mosquitoes and flies and look to its cleanliness. 5) Whip the ends of a rope. fisherman's knot and round turn and two half hitches. 4) Lean wood craft signs and follow a track. 7) Participate in Troop Games. The Bharat Scouts & Guides Flag and the World Scout Flag. 2) Know general rules of health. 5) Know the parts of Scout uniform and how to wear it. Sheer. 10) Participate in two patrol outdoor meetings or a patrol day-hike. 8) Attend at least four Troop Meetings. 7) Sing correctly Scout prayer and Scout Flag Song. 4) Daily Good-turn at home and maintain a diary at least for a month. clove hitch. 8) Practice orderly movements and simple drill for smartness. Practice B. sheep shank. 6) Know the composition and significance of the National flag. 2) Scout Law and Promise. (ii) Discuss with your Scoutmaster and render some service involving any one of the points of Scout Law and submit a report to your Scout Master. Marlyn Spike/Lever hitch. figure of eight Knot.
(ii) Demonstrate any three of the following (a) Safety precautions with regard to fire. (c) Participate in a social service camp. 5) First Aid: (i) Demonstrate St. (e) Discuss with your parents and neighbors about a pollution problem in your locality and make a report of it. two simple dishes. (c) How to tackle dry grass fire. Flas/disc/buzzer. 9) Know and demonstrate-Morse Signaling by any one of the methods. 7) Estimation: With the help of improvised apparatus. (d) Serve in a community fair or mela. enough for two persons and make tea/coffee for one Patrol over wood fire or stove. (iii) Have knowledge of paces. 1) Cook 2) Debater 3) Friend to Animals 4) Gardener 5) Handyman 6) Cyclist 7) Launder 11) Participate in Troop/Patrol sustained activity organized by the Scout Master for a month in your community making use of Scout skills. estimate two distances / width of not more than 100 mtrs. 10) Qualify for one of the following Proficiency Badges. . (b) Undertake a development project in your school with your patrol in consultation with the head of the institution. 8) Participate in a Troop Wide Game. (d) Precautions in case of Gas leak 3) Cooking: Cook in the open. 12) Complete any two of the following (a) Collect information on our heritage and culture and prepare a log. 6) Satisfy your Scoutmaster that your behavior at home and at school is good. or demonstrate semaphore signaling by Flag.24th Asoka Group 2) Fire (i) Lay and light a wood fire in the open with not more than two match sticks and clean and light a kerosene / gas stove. (b) Bucket Chain method of putting out fire.John's sling and (ii) improvised stretcher (iii) Throw a lifeline for 10 mtrs (iv) Render First Aid for a) Burns and Scalds b) Sprains c) Stings and Bites 4) Bleeding from Nose. 4) Compass: (i) Demonstrate practical use of a compass and know the sixteen points. (ii) Be able to find North by at least two constellations. bearing and map sketches.
(ii) Map Making: Triangulation. (Items such as coins. 2) Swimming: (i) Swim 50 meters. (ii) Draw hitch. biscuits. short. 6) Pioneering: (i) Demonstrate use of knife and axe and their safety rules. (ii) Know the safety rules of swimming and (ii) Know hoe to prevent. 5) Mapping (i) Map Reading. Fireman's chair knot. 4) First Aid (i) Treat for shock. knowledge of scale. minimize and deal with muscle cramps.24th Asoka Group 13) Serve as Pratham Sopan Scout for at least nine months. Man harness knot and splicing-eye. (iii) Two different types of things in number. (iv) Demonstrate mouth to mouth resuscitation. contours and grid references. (ii) Build two Patrol Pioneering Projects and demonstrate their uses. (ii) Deal with simple fracture of arm. (iii) First Aid for cases of drawing and electric shock. marbles. Be able to read a tourist map or Survey of India map and follow a given route or lead a person. fainting. etc. 7) Participate in an overnight Troop camp. (iii) Pitching. chocking. Top Tritiya Sopan Requirements 1) Camp Craft: Demonstrate: (i) Whipping other method than by the one done in Pratham Sopan. OR Earn one of the following Proficiency Badges: (i) Athlete (ii) Camel Man (iii) Climber (iv) Gymnast (v) Hiker (vi) Games Leader 3) Estimation (i) Estimate any given two heights/depths not more than 30 mtrs. (ii) Two weights not more than 2 kg. back. striking and packing a tent or improvise shelter enough for two persons to sleep in. conventional signs. Plane Table and Road Traverse methods. (iv) Make a Trestle and a rope ladder with the help of another Scout. collarbone and jaw fracture. .
(iii) Discuss in your Patrol-in-Council how Scouting develops National Integration. 16) Serve as Dwitiya Sopan Scout for at least 9 months.24th Asoka Group 8) Hike: Undertake with another Scout a cycle hike for 30 kms. meals enough for four persons. (ii) Talk in a Troop Campfire or tell the story of a Prophet. 10) Plan and participate in Patrol Expedition. what it speaks of. 2) Hold Tritiya Sopan Badge and earn any three of the Proficiency Badges not earned earlier from among the given below: 1) Literacy 2) Community Worker 3) Ecologist 4) Leprosy Control 5) Sanitation 6) Soil Conservator 7) Rural Worker 3) Earn any one of the Proficiency Badges from each of the two groups: Group-A . 11) Participate in a night game. Top Rajya Puraskar Requirements 1) Should ensure proficiency of knowledge and skill up to Tritiya Sopan Badge. and submit a report to Scout Master within 10 days. (i) Talk on National Integration to your Group. 12) Signaling: Send and receive a message through Semaphore code containing at least 25 words. OR A Hike on foot with another Scout for 10 kms. And submit report to the Scout Master within 10 days. (iv) Lead your Patrol to a nearby place of historical/social/religious or industrial importance and discuss about. 9) Cooking: Cook in the open. 13) Quality for any two of the following Proficiency Badges one from each group: Group A i) Civil Defense ii) Community Worker iii) Pioneer iv) World Conservation Group B i) Citizen ii) Book Binder iii) Naturalist iv) Path finder 14) Complete any one of the following and prepare a log book. A Hike on foot with another Scout for 10 kms. 15) Show the knowledge of Scouting in India. and submit a report to Scout Master within 10 days.
tests etc. iv) The State Chief Commissioner who is the final authority to grant Rajya Praskar Award shall issue from time to time suitable directives in respect of badge. Organization gatherings like rallies. 4) Quality for any two of the following Proficiency Badges not earned earlier. etc. the scout will be eligible for the award of Rajya Puraskar Badge and Certificate. 3) Hold Ambulance man Badge. Prepare a diary for work done and submit it to the Court-of-honor week after week. (iii) Scouts who have already earned the qualifying Badges will have to attend a Rajya Puraskar Testing Camp organized by the State Association under the supervision of the State Organizing Commissioner (S) where the knowledge and skills of the Scouts will be retested. (ii) The Proficiency Badges are issued on the basis of certificates issued by independent examiners arranged by Training Counselor and appointed by Local or District Badge Committee. Jamborees. v) This award including the Badge shall be the property of the State Association and has to be surrendered on demand by appropriate authority. Top Rastrapati Puraskar Requirements 1) Hold Rajya Puraskar 2) Camping: i) Camp at least three nights consecutively with his Troop/Patrol or with another Scout in the open. a) Camper b) Secretary c) Rural Worker d) Electronics e) Fireman f) Forester g) Journalist h) Leprosy Control. and ensure proficiency of knowledge and skills upto Tritiya Sopan Badge and Proficiency Badges. After being qualified in the State Training Camp. 6) Undertake a night hike for 10 kms. OR . 5) Participate in a service project to Community for not less than 36 Hours spread over a period of at least two months and must work at least one day in a week. along with another Scout and submit report to the Scout Master within 10 days. are not to be counted for this. ii) Know the use of the following: iii) Be able to improvise either a shelter or a hut or a machan with available natural material for two persons to sleep.24th Asoka Group (i) Camper (ii) Signaler (iii) Electrician (iv) Tailor (v) Dairy Man Group-B (i) Public Healthy man (ii) Hospital Man (iii) Healthy Man (iv) Nutrition Educator (v) Farmer Note: (i) Rajya Puraskar is awarded by the Governor / Patron of the Association.
with another Scout and submit report to the Scout Master within 10 days. 7) Plan and participate in a sustained community development project on Health or Conservation or Literacy or small savings. 3) A Rajya Puraskar Scout who has earned all the required Proficiency Badges and had fulfilled all the required conditions mentioned herein before will have to attend Rashtrapati Scout Award Test Camp organized by the National Association under the supervision of the concerned Asst.24th Asoka Group An over night cycle hike for 50 kms. 9) Serve as Rajya Purskar Scout at least for one year. Note: 1) Rashtrapati Scout Award is warded by the President of India. 2) This award including the badge will be the property of the National Association and shall be surrounded on demand by appropriate authority. 8) Work as a Badge Instructor of a Pack or a Troop in the vicinity. Dire . Or Teach games for younger children for fifteen days.
Write the matter clearly and neatly. Signature Of The Principal (with the school seal and principal Stamp) • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Always write /prepare your Log-book in a Sequence. Start with Pravesh and continue up to Rastrapati Puraskar. Use same color ball/ink pen through out the book. Paste related pictures for the topics to add color to the text. Cover your log book with a transparent sheet and write your name. Under line the headings. Do not type or print the matter write it in your own hand writing. Date Of Passing Dwitiya Sopan 8. After each test paste a Xerox copy of the certificate at the end of the part in your log book and take the signature of your Scout Master/Guide Captain to make it interesting. Date Of Passing Rajya Puraskar 10. Date Of Joining Scout/Guide 4. Do not forget to index the contents. carry your log book and other books with you.24th Asoka Group Log. Date Of Passing Tritiya Sopan 9. Name Of The Scout Master & Guide Captain 12. Date Of Passing Rastrapati Puraskar 11. Date Of Investure 5. school name.Book is your Bible for Scouting. In the last page of your log book write your complete address. Use sketch pens and stencils. In camps. Do not copy the matter directly from the books or from your senior scouts or guides. your region. Try to draw the figures/ pictures on your own. Date Of Birth 3. In case of Proficiency Badge Books do not forget to paste the Certificates for each badge (Check the dates). In the first page of the Log-Book Prepare your Bio-Data (Include):1. • • Its better to keep a one side long note book for the Log-Book. Signature Of The Scout Master & Guide Captain 13. Avoid carrying your log books in hands because they spoil. Name 2. First read it and then write what is required. Date Of Passing Pratham Sopan 7. Always carry them in a small bag or a polythene bag. Do not use too many pictures and try to use less Xerox copies . Date Of Passing Pravesh 6.
/G. if necessary. there is total silence. The African Chief said. was in Ashanti in Africa. The Scouts & Guides should make a note of each prayer in the notebook and on completion of four such Prayer Meetings. Every Scout/Guide should shake hand with the left to show that we are all are in this great WorldWide Brotherhood and Sisterhood. Then all disperse very silently without any noise or talk.C. "No. as Colonel Baden Powell. In 1896 our founder.P.24th Asoka Group Flag Song Bharat Scout Guide Jhanda Uncha Sada Rahega. should get his/her card signed by the S. held out his right hand. After the conflict on entering the town was met and greeted by the African Chief. B. Aur Chakr Kehta Hei Prathipal Age Kadam Badega. The leader may give short instructions. Uncha Sada Rahega Jhanda Uncha Sada Rahega. you must shake my left hand. . Tridal kamal Nit tin Pratigyao Ki Yad dilata. There are number of traditional things in our Movement and the Left Hand Shake is one of them. because only the Bravest Of The Brave Shake hands With The Left". Uncha Sada Rahega Jhanda Uncha Sada Rahega. And also the left hand is nearer to our heart so it's given as a Hearty Shake Hand.M. the prayer is an occasion of being one with the All Mighty. Neela Rang Gagan Sa Vistrit Bhratru Bahv Phelata. As this 'All Faiths Prayer' is over.
Raghupati Ishvar allah tere nam Sabko sanmati de bhagavan ….. Rajva bhujangmaiva pratibhashitam vai…. sitaram. Sat chit sukham paramhansagatim turiyam. Yat swapna jagar sushuptamavaiti Nityam. Yanneti neti vachanair nigamamavochus. Raghupati .(3) Saraswti Vandana: Ya kundendu tusharahara dhavala. tasmai shri guravenamah Ram Dhun: Raghupati raghav rajaram Patita pavan sitaram. Yasmin idam jagadasheshamashesh murti. Bhaj pyare tu sitaram …. ya shubhravastravrita. Sita ram.(2) Pratar namami tamaso paramarkavarnam. nihshesh jadya paha Guru Vandana: Gurubrahma guruvishnu gurudevo maheshvarah. Tam deva deva majamachyuta rahuragryma…. Ya vina brahmachyutashankaraprabhritibhir devaisadavandita. Guru sakshat parabrahma. Tad brahma nishkalamaham na cha bhut sanghah…(1) Pratarbhajami manso vachasamagamyam. Sa mam patu saraswati bhagvati. Vacho vibhanti nikhila yadanugrahena.24th Asoka Group All faith Prayer Pratah Smaran: Pratah smarami ridi sansfuradatma tatvam. Punam sanatana padam purushottamakhyam.
Jay bolo sab janataki. Sabase sabaki priti ho. Badalse futa jal ho karke.g. Jay bolo manavataki. Hindu. It is a main short prayer from each religion. Jay bolo sat karmonki. Ham sat ke hi sathik ho … Jay bolo Ham sab kashta uthayenge. Buddha.24th Asoka Group . Zoroastrians etc. Christian. Jain. Satka jas fallayenge … Jay bolo Individual Prayers: By a representative of persons belonging to different religious present on the occasion. Sab mil prabhugun gayenge. Fir nahar bana nadiyan gahari Tere bhinna prakar tu ek hi hai… Har desh Chintise bhi anu-paramanu bana Sab jiv jagatka rup liya Kahin parvat vriksha vishal bana Saundarya tera tu ek hi hai… har desh Ye divya dikhaya hai jisne Yah hai gurudevaki purna daya Tukadya kahe aur na koi dikha Bas main aur tu sub ek hi hai… Har desh . e. Sikh. Tere nam anek tu ek hi hai Teri rang bhumi yeh vishwa bhara Har khelmen melmen tu hi tu hai Sagarse utha badal banake. Islam. Tu Hi Tu: Har deshmen tu her bhesmen tu. Pichhadi koi na jati ho. Sab milkar such payenge. Desh dharm se niti ho. Nam Dhun: Jay bolo sab dharmonki.
. Ramnam shun tali lagi Sakal tirath tena tanman re… Vaishnav Van lobhi ne kapat rahit chhe Kam krodh nivaryan re. kachha. Sarve bhadrani pashyantu.24th Asoka Group Vaishnav Jan: Vaishnav jan to tene kahiye Je pid parai jane re. Deep in my heart Shanti Path: Sarvepi sukhinah santu Sarve santu niramaya. Jihva thaki asatya na bole Par dhan nav zale hath re… Vaishnav Moh maya vyape nahi jene Dridh vairagya jena manman re. nishchal rakhe Dhan dhan janani teni re… Vaishnav Sam dreshtine trishna tyagi Par stri jene mat re. Vach. Bhane narasaio tenun darshan karatan Kul ikoter taryan re… Vishnav We shall Overcome: We shall overcome (3) some day. Deep in my heart That truth will make us free (3) some day O … deep in my heart We are not afraid (3) today O …. O… deep in my heart I do believe that We shall overcome some day We'll walk hand in hand (3) some day O …. Shantih . Shantih …. deep in my heart …. Ohm … Shantih …. Par dukhe upkar kare toye. Man abhiman na ane re… Sakal lokman sahune vande Ninda na kare keni re. Ma kashchit dukhmapnuyat. We shall live in peace (3) some day O …. man.
. From the sea . God is nice.. From the sky .. Gone the sun . From the hills ....24th Asoka Group Camp Fire Opening Song Camp fire is burning Camp fire is burning Draw nearer draw nearer In the glooming in the glooming Come sing and be merry Camp Fire Closing Song Softly fall the light of day As the camp fire fades away Silently Scout Guide should ask Have I done my daily task Have I kept my honour bright Can I sleep guiltless tonight Have I done and have I dare Every thing to be prepared Day is done. All is well. Safely rest....
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