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BS&G training camp concludes

By EMN Updated: Jan 19, 2014 11:29 pm

Staff Reporter

EXPOUNDING that “small things, if taken care of, can lead to accomplishment of bigger tasks,’ Commandant of 173 Battalion CRPF Anupam has encouraged the members of Bharat Scouts and Guides to get themselves physically involve and make it their motto to make a better society.Speaking at the valedictory function as the chief guest of the ongoing preliminary training camp for Hindustan Scouts and Guides Northeast Region held today at Holy Cross Higher Secondary School, Dimapur, Anupam stated that this kind of camp could benefit to all as it involves physical, mental and moral activities and that the techniques taught and learnt are a daily requirement which we need in life.
He also cited that this kind of activities will serve every individual a purpose in making a better society as he believes that ‘small things if taken care of leads to accomplishment of bigger tasks’.
Altogether 32 participants from various schools of Nagaland, Arunachal and Assam took part in the camp with an objective to go back to their schools and teach their fellow students.
During the function, Anupam encouraged the Scouts and Guides to get involved in such kind of physical activity camps and make it their motto to serve the society.
Special appearances during the camp were Mrs. Mukesh Sharma, National Training Commissioner Guides, and Manoj, National Trainer of Scouts and Guides.
The camp was sponsored by the Youth Affairs & Sports, Government of India.
MG Nirmala, National Joint Secretary Hindustan Scouts and Guides, State Secretary cum Organizing Commissioner, stated that through this camp, the Hindustan Scouts and Guides plans to bring up students from root level through their trainers which would help them in future.
Participants of the camp have enthralled the chief guest with spectacular drill display which they learned during the week long camp. All the participants were awarded with institutional certificates on completion of the camp.

By EMN Updated: Jan 19, 2014 11:29:03 pm