Camp for Bharat Scouts, Guides concludes at GMS Kanyapuram

Port Blair
28 Feb 2017

The Bharat Scouts & Guides wing of Wimberlygunj Educational Zone conducted a five-day Residential Camp for testing Pravesh and Protham Sopan recently at Govt. Middle School, Kanyapuram, South Andaman. Mr Samir Kumar Das, District Organizer (Scout) was the Leader of the Camp. Altogether, 92 participants including 49 Scouts and 43 Guides along with 12 Scouts Masters and Guide Captains from 12 different schools participated in the camp.
Dr. Dheeraj Kumar, Deputy Director Education (Planning)/State Commissioner, BS&G, Andaman & Nicobar Islands along with Mr Gyan Sheel Dubey, District Chief Commissioner, BS&G/DEO, Wimberlygunj Educational Zone, visited the camp on February 23. The grand camp fire was organized on February 24 in which Mr M.A. Naushad, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Middle Andaman was the chief guest and Smt Zarina Bibi, Pradhan, Gram Panchayat, Kanyapuram and Mr Manickam, Pradhan. Gram Panchayat, Wimberlygunj were the guests of Honour. In his address, Mr Naushad recalled his childhood and said that he was also a Scout in his school life. He elaborately explained the duties and responsibility of a common man and appealed the students to adopt these things so that they can became a good citizen of India. Mr Gyan Sheel Dubey, District Chief Commissioner, BS&G/DEO, Wimberlygunj Educational Zone, called upon students to adopt the “Law” prescribed in Scouting & Guiding and always “Be Ready” to help the needy persons by doing social services. The programme was concluded by a vote of thanks proposed by Smt. S. Vijay Laxmi, Guide Captain.
A colourful cultural programme was presented by the Scouters and Guiders of the camp including all the major action songs of Bharat Scouts and Guides which were appreciated by the guests and villagers of Kanyapuram. The Camp Report was presented by Mr Samir Kumar Das, District Organizer (Scout). Shri. R.N. Tiwari, Scout Master coordinated the programme. Mr V. Raju, Scout Master arranged the gadgets and handicrafts during the camp. Ten certificates received from the National Headquarters, New Delhi were given to seven Scout Masters and three Guide Captains for successfully completing the course.