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BSG MOTTO: CUBS | BULBULS  " कोशिश करो " " KOSHISH KARO" | " DO YOUR BEST "

SCOUTS | GUIDES " तैयार " | " TAIYAR"  | " BE PREPARED "

ROVERS | RANGERS " सेवा"| "SEVA" | "SERVICE"

" MESSENGER OF PEACE "

 

CUB BOY AGE  (5- 10 YEARS)

CUB PROFICIENCY BADGES  

GROUP I " CHARACTER " (BADGE COLOUR BLUE): Collector, Entertainer, Free Being Me, Gardener, Observer, Story Teller.

Collector:- Make a collection of one group of objects, neatly and systematically arranged for a period of at least three months, and know something about them. The Cub should choose the nature of the collection. Suggestions are as follows: Stamps, postmarks, picture postcards, matchbox tops, crests, coins, feathers, moths, butterflies, leaves, or flowers (for the purpose of the last two photographic or carbon reproductions may be accepted). The minimum number of articles to be collected in a group shall be 25. OR Keep a Scrapbook, diary of events, etc., for at least three months.

Gardener:- (i) Take care of a plot of ground not less than 1.50 sq. meters for a minimum period of three months and grow at least three kinds of vegetables or flowers on it. (ii) Be able to name not less than four of each of the following in any area or garden: (a) Trees or Shrubs. (b) Flowers or vegetables. (c) Standing crops and (iii) Be able to use the following tools:- spade, fork, shovel, rake, or equivalent local implements. Make a scrapbook of not less than six pages of pressed leaves, Flowers, or vegetables. A minimum of twelve subjects is to be shown. Note: In the case of Packs in towns, where gardens are not available, the following alternatives can be taken in place of No. (i) & (ii). (i) Care for a window - box for three months. OR Care for two or more perennial plants in pots for three months. (ii) Grow two of the following: (a) A bulb (flower or vegetable) in water, sand, or soil. (b) Mustards, cress, peas, melon, or beans of flannel or blotting paper.

Observer:- (i) Either have observed appearance and have some knowledge of habits of either five Indian animals, or five Indian birds and be able to recognize them from life, or know names and appearance of either ten flowers or ten Indian trees or shrubs and know what common plants are poisonous to animals and human beings. (ii) Know the seasons at which different kinds of fruits and vegetables can be obtained in the locality and when main crops are harvested. (iii) Find his way to an unknown spot, not more than 300 meters away by following directions given to him by Examiner (either compass directions or signs made on the ground or landmarks or a combination of these). (iv) Be able to play a memory game remembering 12 objects out of 16. Note: It is preferable to select variations of the game that are not used in Scout Troop

Entertainer:- Be able to do any three of the following. (i.) Play a piece of simple music correctly on the instrument or sing a piece of simple music in a correct manner. (ii.) Be able to take part in the performance of a skit. (iii.) Be able to recite an action song with appropriate action and movement. (iv.) Dress up and play a part in a depicted story or historical event.

Story Teller:-  (i) Tell one story in an effective manner to others. (ii) To know a story out of ‘Panchtantra’ or ‘Jatak Katha’ and tell it to the cub master. (iii) To collect a story from the newspaper in your regional language and tell it to the members of your Six. (iv) To narrate an incident out of the life History of a Historical Hero or prophet of your state.

Free Being Me:-Complete the following: (i) Take part in all the activities of FBM and earn WAGGGS FBM badge (ii) Show your progress in your home and school and get parents and teacher certificates about changes that took place in your behavior and attitude.

GROUP II " PHYSICAL HEALTH " (BADGE COLOUR GREEN): Athlete, Cyclist, Swimmer, Team Player.

Athlete:- Pass the following tests: (i) Sprint 35 meters in 10 seconds (ii) Jump 0.6 meters (High jump) (iii) Jump 1.8 meters (Long jump) (iv) Climb a rope or pole or palm tree 10.5 meters high. (v) Throw a cricket ball or a ball weighing 152 to 162 grams, to a distance of 18.30 meters, and Catch one throw from a distance of 9.15 meters.

Cyclist : (i) Know how to ride a cycle. (ii) Know how to clean and oil the cycle. (iii) Know how to pump the tube and set the valve. (iv) Know the traffic rules of roads

Swimmer : (i) Be able to swim 25 meters.(any stroke). (ii) Be able to float in the back for 60 seconds in salt water or 30 seconds in fresh water or tread water for 2 minutes in salt water or 1 minute in fresh water. (iii) Swim on back 14 meters. (iv) Be able to “ back duck dive” (i.e. dive while standing in water or swimming : (or as an alternative) and perform a “ Honey pot” (i.e. jump with arms clasped around knees from a board, bank, or boat)

Team Player:- (i) Be a regular playing member of a properly organized team of football, rounder cricket, Kho-Kho, kabaddi, atyapatya, or some other organized game of similar nature. (Team must be under the control of C.M., Cub’s schoolmaster, or another person approved by the C.M.) (ii) Have played at least 5 matches, and must be specially recommended by his captain and by the person responsible for the team as being a keen sportsman like a player

GROUP III " HANDICRAFT" (BADGE COLOUR YELLOW): Artist, Book Binder, Homecraft, Needle Worker, Toy Maker.

Artist : (i) Draw with pencil, brush, pen, or crayon an original illustration of any incident or character in the simple story (size not less than 18 cms. by 13 cms.) (ii) Do one of the following: (a) Using Pen/Pencil Draw a sketch of an animal or a human being. (b) Draw from nature a landscape or still life group. (c) Keep a sketchbook for a period of three months and draw at least 12 sketches. (d) Illustrate a story by means of matchstick figures in not less than four pictures. (e) Make a simple greeting -card using a pencil, brush, pen, or crayon. (f) Make a model of a human being or an animal (not less than 20 cm, high) of wax, soap, clay or cardboard, or any other suitable substance. Note: Natural bent of the Cub is to be encouraged in every way: the spirit and intention of work is to count as much as adherence to academic rules.

Homecraft: Thread a needle and sew on a button and carry out any two of the following tests. (a) Knit or crochet a useful article. (b) Make a piece of netting good for a bag. Hammock etc. (c) Work on a design in cross-stitch on canvas. (d) Make a rug or mat on canvas or Hessian. (e) Darn a hole in a jersey or stocking or mend a tear. (f) Wash and iron his scarf. (g) Make a basket and sweeping broom. Cub Proficiency Badges 93 94 Aims, Policy, Rules & Organisation Part - II (h) Weave a useful article in ruffia. (i) Weave the webbing of a bed. (j) Make a ‘ tattle’ or ‘ chatai (straw mat). (k) Spin 50 meters of yarn with taklie or Charkha. (l) Paint a wall or floor (village style). (m) Make an article of straw, palm, cane, reeds, or bamboo.

Toy Maker : (i) Make an article from odds and ends such as fir-cones, cloth pegs, etc., and either a toy of a reasonable size such as an engine, motor car, doll, or animal, or in reasonable correct proportions and coloring a compost toy such as a farmyard, jungle or animals, cottage with furniture, park with animals. (ii) Be able to make any three of the following : (a) A toy made out of stocking or old material. (b) A toy suitable for a small child or a baby or a scrapbook well arranged. (c) A set of doll furniture (not Pater) or a set of clay birds, animals, fish, or insects. Make a doll that flies a kite. (d) Any other toy was chosen by herself. Note: An article presented for the Dwitiya Charan test must not be admitted for this badge.

Book Binder:- Perform the following operations in the binding of a Book: (i) Sew an ordinary exercise notebook and fix a cover on it. (ii) Hold and paste on endpapers, glue up and line with mull around the back, and add a second lining. (iii) Cut boards and cover with cloth or paper, and put the book into the case. (iv) Bind one textbook of a needy boy. (v) Teach bookbinding to one cub or a friend.

 

GROUP IV " SERVICE" (BADGE COLOUR YELLOW): Cook, First Aider, Guide, House Orderly

Cook : (i) Know simple fire precautions. (ii) Be able to lay and light a fire in the open and make chapatti or upma or dalia. (iii) Cook rice and dal or vegetable or khichari or fry or poach an egg

First Aider : (i) Know how to clean up and treat a graze. (ii) Be able to dress and put a triangular bandage on hand, foot, and knee and put on a large arm sling and tie a head bandage correctly. (iii) Know how to stop bleeding from the nose. (iv) Know how to extinguish a fire on clothes on the body and how to treat minor burns and scalds, choking, sting, and snake bite. (v) Show that he understands the need for summoning adult help. (vi) Know simple treatment for shock. (vii) Know treatment for sprains and how to apply bandages to sprained ankles.

Guide : (i) In the country: Know the nearest police station or thana, dispensary, hospital, village doctor, vaidya or hakim, nearest bus stand, railway station, market, Dharamshala or Sarai, nearest post and telegraph office, rest house, and veterinary hospital. OR (ii) In Town : (a) Know the route to the nearest police station, doctor’s residence, chemist’s shop, station, petrol station, motor garage, hotel, post, and telegraph office. (b) Know how to call the fire brigade, police, and ambulance. (c) Be able to give clear and distinct directions to guide a stranger politely and promptly

House Orderly : (i) Peel potatoes and boil or fry them. (ii) Make a bed, wash up crockery, utensils, etc. (iii) Clean windows and brass work. (iv) Sweep and tidy a room or scrub a table. (v) Be able to prepare Tea or Coffee or any other hot drink.

GROUP IV " MISCELLANEOUS-CONSERVATION & TECHNOLOGY  (BADGE COLOUR ORANGE ):  Computer Awareness, Heritage, World Conservation

 World Conservation : (1). Do three of the following (a) Visit a Zoo, Botanical garden, natural history museum, or see a film about wild animals and tell the examiner about your observation. (b) Own a pet for at least three months and look after it carefully. (c) Take part in a litter chase in a public park or garden, school premises, or any other public place for three hours utilizing one hour at a time. (d) Take part in a pack expedition involving nature study and make a log of your collections. (e) Make set up and maintain a bird bath and bird feeder. (f) Build and put up a den box for birds. (g) Plant shrubs or grass in the area where there is no vegetation cover and look after it for at least three months. (h) Start compost heap in the backyard or garden. (i) Demonstrate the danger of soil erosion and preliminary steps which could be taken to prevent it. 2. Should improve his environment by planting a tree, a small grassy lawn, or any other plant out of the door in a box on the balcony or indoors in flower pots. 3. Carry out one of the following projects: (i) Keep a scrapbook and tell his examiner about any five animals in a zoo, their country of origin, feeding habits, and details of special care they need in a zoo. (i) Together with a friend arrange for members of his pack a nature trail. (ii) Choose a wild animal or a tree, fish, or bird, discover all he can about it, and report his discoveries to his examiner. Note: (1) The badge is accompanied by a special certificate signed by the State Chief Commissioner. (2) The badge will be worn on the right chest above the line of pocket in the case of a shirt or a similar place on the jersey.

(1) HERITAGE Cub The Cub should understand the basic components of their own local culture: They may compile their study in the form of an illustrated scrapbook.

I. Physical Environment of their locality (famous hills, rivers, etc.)  Common trees Common plants and their uses Common birds Flora and fauna of the region

II. He should first know & understand his own cultural identity & Heritage – family, tradition, customs, etc. (1) Scrap Book containing items like a “family tree” tracing ancestors may be prepared. (2) Participation in local festivals recorded in photographs or descriptions. (3) Traditional songs & dances. (4) Food prepared in that culture. (5) Traditional costumes. III Arts of their locality, Buildings, Places of worship, Music, Musical instruments, Dances, Puppetry, Food, Costumes then and now. IV. Practical work - Visits to local monuments and museums - Learning a traditional craft of the locality like pottery, rangoli, etc. - Enacting stories and local legends

Computer Awareness (1) Have knowledge of the brief history of the Computer and its latest development. (2) Acclimatization with computer components and peripherals. (3) The best use of computers in Cub/Bulbul activities. (4) Knowledge of the common (5) Perform the following.

(a) Use DVD/Pendrive and the hard disc in the computer. (b) Booting and shut down of computer

SCOUT BOY AGE  (10- 17 YEARS)

SCOUT PROFICIENCY BADGES

GROUP " CHARACTER ":-  Camper, Citizen, Debater, Entertainer, Free Being Me, Good Neighbour, Naturalist, Reader, Reader, Scholar, World Friendship

GROUP " HEALTH ":- Archer, Athlete, Climber, Cyclist, Games Leader, Gymnast, Healthy Man, Hiker, Pathfinder, Pioneer, Safety Knowledge, Self Defence, Swimmer, Tracker, Yoga

GROUP " HOBBY & HANDICRAFT ":-  Artist, Air Spotter, Backwoodsman, Basket Worker, Bee Master, Bird Warden, Book Binder, Braille, camel Man, Camp Warden, Carpenter, Community Singing, Cook, Dairyman, Desert Folk, Florist, Folk Dancer, Forester, Handyman, Journalist, Launder, Leather Worker, Map Marker, Marksman, Musician, oarsman, Photographer, printer, Salesman, Secretary, Sea Fisherman, Signaller, Star man, Tailor, Telegraphist

GROUP " SERVICE":-  AIDS Awareness, Ambulance man, Boatman, Cancer Awareness, Civil Defence, Community worker, Disaster Management, Drug Awareness, Event Manager, n Farmer, Fireman, g Hospital man, Interpreter to Deaf, Interpreter, Leprosy control, Literacy, Nutrition Educator, Public Healthy man, Rescuer, Rural Engineer, Rural Worker, Sanitation Promoter

GROUP " CONSERVATION & TECHNOLOGY":- Aviator, Computer Awareness, Ecologist, s Electrician, Electronics, Explorer, Friend to Animals, Gardener, Herbalist, Heritage, Meteorologist, Motor Mechanic, Plumber, Poultry Farmer, Soil Conservator, Solar Energy Awareness, Stalker, World Conservation

AIDS Awareness: (1) Know and understand the modes of HIV transmission and the modes of prevention. (2) Know the natural history of the disease. (3) Know the steps taken by the health authorities towards preventing its spread. (4) Plan a program for public awareness regarding (a) The dangers of contracting the disease. (b) Modes of Transmission. (c) To dispel myths and disinformation regarding HIV infection and AIDS. (d) Methods of prevention in the Individual and in the Community.

Air Spotter : (1) Recognize within 20 seconds the display of silhouettes of the latest six military and six civil aircraft in service in our country. (2) Make three model airplanes (uses of kit permissible) for identification purposes and practices. These models need not fly. (3) Know National markings, both service and civil of aeroplanes of India and two foreign countries.(4) From observation records over a period of three months, the passing of a number of airplanes stating, where possible, date, time, and place seen, the direction in which flying, whether service or civil, number, state of the weather, and country of origin or demonstrate the ability to identify actual aircraft in flight.

Ambulanceman: To be worn on both shoulders just below the shoulder badge. (Red Cross on a white ground with a Ring) (1) Be able to answer questions from Pratham Sopan, Dwitiya, and Tritiya Sopan tests for first aid. (2) Know how to deal with bleeding major and minor. (3) Diagnose and bind a broken limb. (4) Know how to deal with choking by Heimlich’s maneuver. (5) Demonstrate mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. (6) Demonstrate how to make an improvised stretcher and apply a roller bandage. (7) Demonstrate how to send a correct message, verbal, written, or telephone. (8) Demonstrate two methods of carrying a casualty with one first aider and two more methods of carrying a casualty when there are two first aiders.

Archer: 1. Make a bow and an arrow with which: (i) He shall score, 45.7 meters (50 yards) regulations 1.20 meters (four feet) target, 60 points, with 30 arrows. (ii) He shall also score, on such a 1.20 meters (four feet) target at 36.5 meters (40 yards), 10 points of 30 arrows.2. Know something of the history of archery and principal archers of the past and present time with their records. 3. Teach archery to at least three more Scouts for a week or in a summer camp.

Artist : (1) Demonstrate his interest, practice, and proficiency in one of the following. (i) Graphic Art: Sketching, painting, etching, woodcuts, linocuts, etc. (ii) Decorative Work: Wallpaper design, or woven fabrics, posters, book- jackets, wrought iron, etc. (iii) Plastic Art: Modelling in clay, plasticine, designing and making pottery, etc. (iv) Carving: Wood, stone or semi-permanent material e.g. soap. (v) Lettering: Roman script etc. In no case, work is to be a copy or tracing and he must be prepared to state on his honor that work is done entirely by his own hand. Note : (1) The theme of the art should be something to do with national problems like Conservation, Population, Education, etc. (2) Prepare his masterpiece and keep it in his club room or present it to a disabled child. (3) In the presence of the examiner make a sketch for some object, or group of objects, or design selected by him relating to the subject chosen in (1).

Athlete: (1) Demonstrate proper method of sitting, standing, walking, running, and starting a race. (2) Give evidence of proper training and of taking regular bodily outdoor exercises. (3) For the age group 12 to 14 years – gain points in four of the following in accordance with his age 12 years- 26 points 13 years – 30 points 14 years- 36 points Standard –6 points, Ist class –8 points, Special – 10 points (i) 100 meters run 16 secs 15 secs 14 secs (ii) 800 meters run 2 min. 2 min. 2min. 46 secs. 43 secs. 40 secs. (iii) Running High Jump 1.06 metres 1.13 metres 1.20 metres. (iv) Running Long Jump 3.80 metres 4.10 metres 4.40 metres. (v) Throwing cricket ball 36.5 meters 41.00 meters 46.00 meters. OR Putting the shot (8.11bs) 6.10 metres, 7.62 metres 8.53 metres. For the age group 15 to 17 years. Gain points in five of the following in accordance with his age: 15 years40 points 16 years45 points 17 years50 points Standard –8 points, Ist class-10 points Special –12 points (i) 100 metres run 15 sec. 14 sec. 13 secs. (ii) 800 metres run 3 mins. 3 min. 2 min. 20secs. 10secs 40 secs. (iii) Running High jump 104.14 cms. 121.92 cms. 137.16 cms.\(iv) Running Long jump 3.66 meters 3.96 meters 4.47 meters (v) Putting the shot (13 lbs) 6.10 meters 7.62 meters 8.53 meters. OR Throwing the cricket ball 38.10 meters 47.72 meters 50.96 meters (vi) Dands and Baithaks 15 dands 30 dands 50 dands (86secs.) (1 minute 10 secs.) (2 mins) Squat Thrust (30 secs.)

Aviator : (This badge is open to Air Scouts) 1. (i) Know proper conduct to adopt and ordinary safety precautions to follow when on an aerodrome or near aircraft. (ii) indicate wind direction for landing both by day and night and assist in taxing and towing an aircraft. (iii) Use chocks, and improvise them. Understand the importance of keeping people away from an aircraft, when stationary or moving and the necessity of leaving a wrecked machine, or parts of it undisturbed, until police or officials arrive. (iv) Show what constitutes a reasonable landing ground and name three possible landing grounds in the neighborhood: also know compass directions of principal aerodromes within 80 km. of Troop Headquarters. 2. Have a knowledge of the theory of flight and aerodrome : (3) Construct a model airplane (use of kit permitted) which shall have the following minimum flight (third-like performance): Glider (i) Hand launched 25 seconds. (ii) Tow launched with a maximum of 60 meters line 45 seconds. Airplane: (i) Rubber powered 30 seconds (ii) Engine powered with control line(15 seconds maximum motor run) 45 seconds Demonstrate his model by making: A smooth take-off, three laps flights at approximately 2 meters and climb and dive with a smooth landing

Backwoodsman: (1) Make a satisfactory shelter for two people out of materials available locally and sleep in it, for at least one night, preferably alone or with another scout other than a Dwitiya Sopan Scout. (2) Be able to cook his food for the night without utensils. (Troop camps should not be counted for this test.) (3) Prove his skill in finding his way alone without using maps of roads or making inquiries across unknown countries to a well-defined point not visible at the start. (i) by day using a compass for a distance of not less than 5 km. (ii) by night using stars for a distance of not less than 2 km. (4) Use a primus stove and cook his meal. (5) Have attained Tritiya Sopan standard in pioneering. (6) Know how to use a First Aid box, and know the dangers of unprotected drinking water and methods of purifying it. (7) Know how to identify 2 poisonous snakes in your area and know how to manage snake bites. Build a ‘still to collect water by condensation for drinking water and demonstrate a way to make water fit for drinking.

Basket Worker: (1) Have general knowledge of the raw material used in making baskets. (2) Know where raw material is obtained from and how it is prepared for working. (3) Produce an article of practical use made entirely by himself in either bamboo, cane, reed or straw, or other natural material.

Bee Master: (1) Have knowledge gained in the practice of swarming, dividing, and uniting hives artificial feeding, and management generally. (2) Own a hive and maintain a colony for at least six months or more and have extracted 1.35 kg. (3lb) of honey from his own hive. (3) Prepare his own bee hive box. (4) Involve five or six rural / slum youths and encourage them to start their own bee hives. (5) Get in touch with Agricultural Departmental people and ask for further advice.

Bird Warden: (1) Prepare charts, pictures of threatened species of birds in his district and arrange a display in his village/mohalla. (2) Be able to construct three types of nest boxes for different species of birds and show how they should be used to the best advantage. (3) Have fed birds in his district for at least three months by means of food houses, food tables, or food sticks. (4) Produce a notebook and be familiar with the habits, calls, and appearance (plumage, size, etc.) of seven varieties of birds in his district. (5) Have kept a record of one bird (other than a national bird) and its nest for at least three months or rear at least five pigeons or any other bird for three months and report to the Scout Master or pay a visit to the nearest National park and report to the Scout Master. Name of the bird, date when first seen or heard, date of finding the nest, kinds of tree or bush or tussock, height, above the ground, number of eggs or young, date of leaving the nest, remarks on the items of record.

Boatman: (1) Hold the Oarsman Badge. (2) Sail a boat, tack, wear, reef, make and shorten sail. (3) Bend sails and make them up for stowing away. (4) Distinguish by their rig or outline, the usual types of present-day sailing and stream vessels. (5) Know the use of and way of constructing of a sea anchor. (6) Know the road at sea.

Bookbinder: Perform the following operations in binding a book: (1) Prepare parts of sections for sewing and sew sections on tapes. (2) Fold and paste on endpapers, glue up and line with mull around the back, and add a second lining.

Braille: (1) Transcribe from print with not more than ten errors in three-layer sheets and read by sight or touch grade I, including poetry interlined and written both sides. (2) Read books for a blind student or person for an hour for a week.

Camelman: (1) Know the general means of transportation used in the desert areas. (2) Have general knowledge about a camel – the Ship of the Desert, its types and breeds, characteristics of a good camel, its habits and nature, food and water, gait and speed, winter madness and how to protect from it, differences between saddle, frame, and Dol and know how to saddle a camel, know common diseases for camel and how to apply first aid to those. Know how to decorate a camel (with gorbound, jhula, etc.) (3) Hike: Know the tradition attached to journeys on camelback at night or during the day. (i) Know how to find time and direction with the help of stars. (ii) Know the rules of journey on foot in deserts and how to protect against sunstroke and thirst. (iii) Undertake a journey of an aggregate of (48 km.,/30 miles) on camelback with one friend. Every journey should be at least 16km. (10 miles) During these journeys, must have studied the general life of people in the desert and habits of camel and submit a log of his observation. During these journeys, one must have spent at least two nights at some oasis or a village in the desert. (iv) Life of the people: Either sing a common folk song of camel man or play an Algoje or take part in any folk dance in a desert area.

Camper: (1) Know what are normal requirements in regard to a personal kit for a week’s camp, personal kit for a weekend hike or cruise: equipment and rations for a weekend patrol camp or cruise (7 boys) (2) Either know principal points to look for in the selection of a Patrol or Troop campsite and describe with a rough plan, how he would lay out a patrol camp with reference to the tent, kitchen, sanitation, etc. OR Know how to select an anchorage mooring or berth for a rowing or sailing vessel, a sea-going vessel. (3) Demonstrate that he (a) understands the use and care of an axe : (b) understands the use of and can tie the following knots in addition to Pratham Sopan and Dwitiya Sopan test knots, slip reef, double sheet bend, bowline on bight and man harness knot. (4) Demonstrate how to pitch, strike, pack, and execute petty repairs to a 90-pounder and 180-pounder choldary, or make a hut of materials locally available sufficiently big for his patrol to sleep in. (5) Show that he has satisfactory knowledge of camp cookery and understands proper methods of storing food, purification of water and how to dispose of refuse. (6) Have camped under canvas or in a temporary hut constructed by him or on board a ship, or boat with his Troop or patrol for not less than twelve nights and have camped out alone or with another scout for at least 3 nights not necessarily consecutively in either case.

Camp Warden: (1) Have camped at least for ten nights on four occasions. (2) Have assisted as a full-time Quarter master of a summer camp of scouts. (3) Have assisted as a permanent Camp Warden in his duties for three days. (4) Must be able to know about Tent Craft and ways of keeping Camping and Training material safely. (5) Must be able to maintain a Camp Library. (6) Must have a fair knowledge of camp sanitation. (7) Have sufficient knowledge about first aid and ways to seek help in emergencies. (8) Must be able to estimate, purchase, issue, and supervise cooking materials and distribution of food to campers in camp.

Cancer Awareness: (1) Recognise *Carcinogens encountered in daily life. (2) Know the board outlines as to how Cancer Patients are treated and **palliated. (3) Draw up a plan to create public awareness for the following: (a) The Seven Signs & symptoms of Cancer.

(b) Cancer is curable if detected early. (c) Avoidance of harmful habits which could cause cancer. (d) To dispel the myths attached to Cancer. *Caracinogens-any substance that produces Cancer. ** Palliated – to make the disease less severe without removing its cause.

Carpenter: (1) Drive in screw up to 38 mm. (1.5 inches.) without damage to wood or screw. (2) Nail on a packing case lid correctly, using 38mm. (1.5 inches.) nails, or make a box. (3) Make a saw cut lengthwise with an ordinary saw 25mm. (1 inch) board.60 cm. (2 feet) long, the cut not to deviate from the line more than 1/33 mm. (1/16th or an inch) (4) Sharpen a chisel and plane bit to make a housing tenon and mortine and halved joint. (5) Either dovetail, two pieces of wood together not less than five dovetails, or make a properly framed stool, chair, or other piece of framed furniture. (6) Have a basic knowledge of woods in local use and know nature and common use of each. (7) Help the head of your institution in repairing school furniture or any other institution.

Citizen: (1) Must know the basic qualification of a voter and enthuse every voter in his family and neighborhood to exercise the same. Know (i) Powers and functions of the President and Vice-President of the Indian Union and Governors in the State. (ii) Functions of the Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha, Vidhan Sabha, and Vidhan Parishad. (iii) Functions of Local bodies such as Municipality Local Board (Zilla Parishad, Cantonment Board, and Panchayat) with Special reference to his own area. (3). Know the functions and working of the State, Local administration. (4) Have a general knowledge of the working of the judicial system of the country. (5) Must participate actively in a mock parliament of school Troop

Climber: (1) Have completed the age of 14 years. (2) Have knowledge of mountainous areas covering at least 2 km. radius and know the nearest telephone and doctor in case of emergency. (3) Find the way to a given point in a mountainous area using a compass and Survey of India map (or its local equivalent) and display climbing ability. (4) Know the First – aid treatment for fractures, dislocations, bruises, concussions, and shock and know the method of transportation of a patient. (5) Have hiked in a mountainous area of at least 1200 meters in height for at least three days (not necessarily consecutive). (6) Should have obtained the Rock Climbing Certificate of a recognized course.

Civil Defence: (1) Know details of Civil Defence Organisation service existing in his mohalla or area and within a radius of one-kilo meter around the residence, school or place of work, for instance, name of the Warden, the location of the Warden’s posts, First Aid post, Dispensaries, Hospitals, and other A.R.P Services available in the area. (2) Know how to fill in report form correctly in respect of emergencies and send written reports to the wardens concerned. (3) Know first aid treatment and methods of rescue in case of casualties that are likely to happen in air raids and such other emergencies. (4) Know at least two methods of firefighting. (5) Produce a certificate of having registered his service with the Civil Defence Organisation of his mohalla or area and of having received training in one of the following Civil Defence Services. (i) Fire-fighting Squad, (ii) First-Aid Party, (iii) Messenger Service, and (iv) Telecommunication. (6) Know the ways of rescuing persons from collapsed houses.

Community Singing: (1) Sing two songs either in your Mother Tongue or the Regional languages. (2) Explain the meaning of the above songs. (Regional/Mother Tongue) (3) Sing in correct tune with correct pronunciation – one song other than Regional language and Mother Tongue.(4) Teach one song to your Patrol/Group and present the same with the Group in a Camp Fire/in an event like Rally.

Community Worker: (1) Know the process of Community Development. (2) Convince at least twelve young boys in the locality and encourage them to join the movement. (3) Become a liaison between the Community and other resources of development i.e. Banks, Hospitals, specialists, etc. (4) Help people plan for solving at least two of their basic needs e.g.: clean water, school building, vegetable marketplace, etc.. (5) Help in an immunization camp in his village/ mohalla /slum.

Computer Awareness: (1) Have knowledge of the Brief History of Computers and their latest development. (2) Acclimatization with computer components and peripherals. (3) The best use of computers in Scout/ Guide activities. (4) Knowledge of the commonly used packages. (5) Perform the following. (a) Use DVD/Pendrive and the hard disc in the computer. (b) Booting and shutting down of the computer.

Cook: (1) Know the necessary ingredients of a balanced diet. (2) Know how to buy provisions and vegetables and draw up priced and dietetically sound menu to include quantities required for a camp of weeks duration for at least one patrol of six Scouts. (3) Make a proper cooking place, lay and light a fire using Maghan Chulah, Trench fire, Altar fire, etc. and cook there five local standard dishes and two beverages as prescribed by the examiner. In Urban areas gas stoves and primus stoves may be used and out of the five dishes two of these must be cooked without utensils. (4) Serve food in a proper manner. (5) Know how to store provisions in a hygienic manner.

Cyclist: (1) Sign a certificate that he owns, or has the use of, for at least six months, a bicycle or motorcycle, in good order correctly equipped with a lamp, bell or horn, rear lamp, and pump and that he is able and willing to use it in the service of the country, if called upon, at any time, in case of emergency. (2) Ride his machine satisfactorily, keep it in good running order, and in the case of a pedal cycle show that he can mount and dismount neatly by either pedal. (3) Mend a puncture, remove and replace a brake and wheel and adjust any part of his machine to the Examiner’s satisfaction. (4) Know the highway code, traffic signals, correct time for lighting up i.e. time after Sunset- understand the system of road numbering and be able to read a road map. (5) Repeat correctly a verbal message after a ride of at least an hour’s duration. (6) Inform the examiner of the use he has made of his machine in the last six months Must be able to carry a casualty on an improvised bicycle ambulance.

Dairyman: (1) Have knowledge gained by practice of the management of at least one animal (cow/ buffalo or goat) and produce a certificate from the parents (if at home) or from the owner where he worked for at least three months. (2) Demonstrate care for dairy utensils and appliances used in the area. (3) Know the milking and sterilization of milk including pasteurization. (4) Know the processing of milk e.g. making curd, cheese, butter, and ghee. (5) From veterinary doctors know about two types of common diseases and first–aid to be rendered to milk cattle. (6) Enthuse at least six neighbours to improve the breed of their cattle by artificial insemination. (7) Propagate in the mohalla better formula of a balanced cattle feed in ten houses having cattle.

Debator: (1) Propose, at least two subjects and oppose at least two others in property conducted debates. (2) Participate in debate, in the presence of the examiner for at least five minutes on the subject under discussion having prepared the subject thoroughly and submitted concise and orderly notes of his speech. (3) Know ordinary rules of debate, duties, and powers of the chairman. (4) Know how to chair a debate. Be able to lead a discussion successfully in a group.

Desert Folk: Have knowledge of the following: (1) Life in the Desert: through his own study and observation of the life in desert know the following:- (i) Geographical situationsland, river, climate, etc,. (ii) How people live. (iii) Standard and way of life, costumes normally worn, food habits, etc. (iv) Normal habits of the people, special customs, traditions, religion, superstitions, and taboos. (v) Ways of earning a livelihood. (vi) General problems of the people created by nature and ways of solving them Submit reports of three hikes undertaken for study of the above. The report should cover an area of 24 sq. km. around his village or town and should include a report regarding the village: places of habitation, routes, place of water, oasis, and camping sites in the area. (2) Nature Study : (i) Should know and collect common proverbs and sayings forecasting the weather and prepare a log of his own observation based on these sayings (ii) Find out the velocity of the wind. (3) Water and irrigation: (i) Know the methods of irrigation, methods of cleaning water, and know the dangers of using polluted water. Know the assistance given by the Government for the removal of water scarcity. (ii) Know the principal crops and cereals of the area, the canal or dam used for irrigation, and ways to conserve water in the fields. (4). Handicrafts: Should prepare a piece of rope out of natural materials available in the area or weave a cot or prepare a model out of natural material available in the area or prepare a thatching with natural material found in the area and show its use. (5) Hike: (i) Through hikes undertaken to obtain knowledge of special natural phenomena of desert area viz; mirage, Bhanwari (land-slide), etc. (ii) Perform service of at least 51 hours in anti locust campaign or any other kind of approved social service.

31. Disaster Management: (1) Know the definition of Disaster and Hazard. (2) Know various types of disasters expected in their area – Natural and man-made. (3) Know about different agencies working on Disaster Management. (4) Have the basic knowledge of Civil Defence and Fire Brigade. (5) Be able to explain what Disaster Preparedness is and list different tips for Disaster Preparedness. (6) Know the safety knowledge – at Home, Industry, and Traffic. (7) Describe the accident-prone areas on roads, bathing places, places of gathering, etc. in your locality. (8) Be able to establish Messenger Service including sending messages through Fax / Telephone / Telex / SMS/e-mail/Youtube/FaceBook & reporting local situations in case of Disasters. (9) Know the role of media in Disaster Management. (10) Be able to state the Rehabilitative method and find out Government Agencies and NGOs that can support it.

Drug Awareness: (1) Be aware of the various types of drugs, proprietary or *clandestine that can be abused. (2) Understand the terms addiction, dependence withdrawal, and tolerance. (3) Know the dangers to health of drug abuse. (4) Understand how and why people get addicted to drugs. (5) Plan a drug awareness program. (6) Know the different modes of help available to drug addicts. * Clandestine- kept- secret.

Ecologist: (1) Know about the other agencies working for ecological balance. (2) Enlist the cooperation of a specialist in the vicinity to educate people about this by way of discussions, audiovisual, etc. (3) Propagate against cutting trees. (4) Organise Van Mahotsav in monsoons. (5) Educate people about pollution problems in the area. (6) Work for solving any three of the following problems: (a) Soil erosion (b) Tree Cutting (c) Killing animals (d) Wastage of water or water pollution (e) Air pollution (f) Littering. 34. Electrician: (1) Have an elementary knowledge of the terms and measurements used in electrical work. (2) Make connection in electric wiring and replace defective switches, lamps, holders, and fuse wires correctly, and know the necessary precautions which should be observed. (3) Know the construction of primary cells. Electric bells, telephones, motors, and dynamos. Make a simple electric – magnet; or Telegraph key and use it. (4) Be able to replace the heating elements of a domestic electric iron, kettle, or heater: (5) Know how to read house meters and calculate electric consumption. (6) Know the rules of safety from electricity and how to treat an electric shock.

Electronics: (1) Explain the basic electronic theory. (2) Know the functions and types of resistors, capacitors, rectifiers, diodes, transistors, and integrated circuits. (3) Demonstrate the correct way to solder and up solder and fit components to the printed circuit board. (4) Be able to read and label a simple circuit diagram. (5) Have knowledge of electronic testing equipment. (6) Using the kit, assemble a simple electronic apparatus. 36. Entertainer: The theme of the entertainment program must be on a subject relevant to the needs of the community e.g.: (i) Birth Control (ii) Anti Dowry (iii) National Integration (iv) Conservation (v) Nutrition (vi) Sanitation etc. (1) Entertain by himself, for at least 10 minutes, with a varied program for the following: Recitation, songs, conjuring tricks, character sketches, stories, ventriloquism, stum speeches, step dancing, playingthe banjo, penny whistle, mouth organ, flute, veena or shahanai, etc. or rehearse and present a play for his patrol lasting not less than 20 minutes or be judges by his performance in a play or Group show atleast at four places spread over a period of three months. (2) The performance in each of these cases shall have taken place before a mixed audience.

Explorer: (1) Have thoroughly explored within a period of 12 months, an area of at least 5 km. radius (preferably around his own home or Troop Headquarters) for one of the following specific objects. (i) Tracing out all footpaths, bridle paths, and waterways; shown on past and present maps and reporting on their present existence and condition. (ii) Preparing a full report on industries of the locality, the nature of its agriculture, making an approximation of the amount available of land and land under pasture; and the use to which it is put. (iii) Making a full report on the history of the area giving particulars and history of any antiquities of places of special interest and the extent to which it is disfigured by advertising etc. (iv) Preparing a report on the trees, flowers, birds, and animals common to the area. (2) Have a sound knowledge of not less than 8km. of a navigable river or canal, including knowledge of tides, channels, shoals or mud-banks, where tides are strongest, mooring place, local rules age customs, including the local rule of the road and conservancy regulations affecting the use of the Waterway by Scout (e.g. restrictions of bathing, prevention of river pollution) and know where special dangers exist. (3) Knowledge of two camping sites adjacent to mooring places within the area with names and addresses of owners and where drinking water and supplies are obtainable; Note: In all cases, a log of his expeditions must be submitted, giving mileage, km. and with accompanied as far as possible, by explanatory sketches, maps, etc.,

Event Manager: 1. Know about the process involved in organizing an event. 2. Organise at least two events within your Patrol/Unit, assist with the event, and submit a report. 3. Assist in your District/State level Rally for not less than two days. Form your own team and organize a sports/cultural event in your locality and submit a report. 39. Free Being Me: 1. *understand about the Free Being Me and take the pledge and say that you are willing to undergo the activity further and to discover that you are unique. 2. Participate successfully in the FBM activities and earn the FBM badge of WAGGGS. 3. Teach at least 50 Scouts/students of your school/neighborhood about FBM and report to the Scout Master with the list and address of those Scouts/ students

Farmer: (1) Must work on a farm for at least six months. (2) Have a practical knowledge of modern farm implements. (3) Have knowledge of improved seeds, fertilizers, manure insecticides, sowing, and harvesting. (4) Show an acquaintance with the routine seasonal work on a farm including the care of cattle or horses or sheep or pigs or poultry.(5) Be able to weed, water the plants, and do after-culture. (6) Know the methods of preservation of food grains. (7) Prepare a salt- lick for cattle. (8) Propagate Drip- irrigation where there is a scarcity of water.

Fireman: Know: (1) The danger of inflammable household articles such as oil lamps, spirit stoves, flannelette, festival decorations, cotton, wool, celluloid, and of the focusing of the sun’s rays. (2) How to trace an escape of gas and know the danger of faulty electric insulation. (3) First step to take on an outbreak of fire, methods of calling the Fire Brigade and Ambulance, position of nearest alarms to home and headquarters, and what to do pending arrival. (4) How to use two common types of extinguishers, buckets, and bucket chains. (5) How to deal with the following types of fires, clothes, petrol and spirit, chimney, motor car, curtain, electric hearth, grass, and rick fires. (6) Use of sacrum to keep back crowd, carrying off the injured, improvising, ropes, chairman knot, lowering by lines, jumping sheet, crawling through the smoke. How to drag insensible persons, prevent panic, and rescue cattle. (7) If possible use of hose, hydrants, and escape chutes wherever specialized instructions are available. In the case of Grameen Scouts, the test which does not apply should be ignored, with the permission of D.C.

Florist : (1) Know wildflowers, seeds, and grasses common in his neighborhood (or for town Scouts in a suitable area chosen by himself), the place in which they are to be found, and their habits. (2) Have knowledge of different methods of seed distribution. (3) Know some of the local names and have knowledge of the use and properties of twelve flowering plants. (4) In the presence of an examiner arrange on the table/ walls etc. in a room the flowers, ferns, and leaves, etc. (5) Know how to preserve and transport flowers.

Folk dancer: (1) Must know the cultural background of the folk dance and do correctly the folk dance. (2) Dance four dances out of which two should be from other states and the other two be group dances. (3) Perform at least one folk dance program in a rural or slum area.

Forester: (1) Basic concept of the forest, its extent in India, and the importance of the forest in the present contest. (2) Know from practical observations how to rear seedlings including preparation of soil nursery beds, polybags, etc., and the time of transplant and the right season for trimming and felling. (3) Know generally, how a tree lives and produces, how to deal with wounds, and have a knowledge of agencies that cause them. (4) Have knowledge of the growth and development of twelve different species of trees in the locality and be able to recognize them at a distance, at any season of the year, as well as by the bark, leaf, flower, and fruit and know their chief respective uses in fuel, fodder, fruit, medicine, timber, and other uses. (5) Have knowledge of forest fire, its causes, and remedy. (6) Maintenance of raised plantation from beginning to one year. (7) Basic knowledge of social forestry, farm forestry, Road side plantation, avenue plantation, and knowledge of ten species used in social forestry work. (8) Practical knowledge of erosion, its causes, and measures to check soil erosion. (9) Calculate the amount of useful timber in a given tree.

Friend to Animals: (1) Have a general knowledge of the habits, food, and all that tends to the well-being of the following animal's horse or donkey, cow or buffalo, sheep or goat, cat or dog, bull or camel and be able to recognize any form of cruelty or ill-use to which they are subjected. (2) Know in respect of the above animals, the usual minor ailments to which they are liable and what simple remedies may be employed. (3) Have knowledge of the care of such birds, insects, and reptiles as are generally kept either as pets or for domestic purposes and have kept a pet in good condition of comfort and health for at least 12 months. (4) Have an elementary knowledge of what to do in cases of accident to animals, of any laws passed for their protection, and of the power of police with regard to them (5) Know the address of the nearest ‘Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals’ where available. (SPCA.)

Games Leader : (1) Have knowledge and be able to play and direct four games each of the following: Indian outdoor games, Indoor games, Tag Games, Relay races, Sense Training games, Ball Games Individual contests. (2) Have a knowledge of the organization and methods of team competition. (3) Know the value of discipline and sportsmanship in games. (4) Organise games during the weekend for two months for children in mohalla /village /slum.

Gardener : (1) Dig a piece of ground not less than 12 sq. meters. Plant and grow successfully six kinds of vegetables or cities where digging is not possible wooden cases or pots may be used. (2) Know the names of 12 plants pointed out in an ordinary garden: understand what is meant by pruning, budding, grafting, and maturing, and demonstrate any one of the following – pruning, budding, grafting. (3) Adopt a public park or a neighbor’s courtyard and look after the garden/plants for at least two months. Note: In cities, a roof garden can be the alternative.

Good Neighbour : (1) Have an elementary general knowledge of the geography and history of at least three states, other than his own. During the previous twelve months, have corresponded regularly with a Scout from another State, have camped for not less than three consecutive nights with Scouts, and have a fair knowledge of the people, language, culture, etc. of three neighbouring states and prepared log books to satisfy the examiner.

Gymnast: Scouts should not take this Badge unless they have been taught by the trained Gymnast. (A) Under 16 years of age:- (1) Have a good upright carriage and walk and run well. (2) Perform to command a table for free-standing exercise. (3) Be able to jump. 0.9 meters (3 feet) high in good style. (4) Be able to walk along the narrow side of the balancing form or bar both forward and backward with good posture. (5) Do any three of the following in good style. (i) Climb a rope 4.2 meters (at least fourteen feet) (ii) Somersault through and between two ropes. (iii) Handstand against a wall. (iv) Reverse hanging on wall bars or improvised apparatus.(v) Sideways traveling on a bar. (6) Do three of the following in good style. (i) Cartwheel on the right and left hand. (ii) Through vault (i.e. squat). (iii) Leapfrog over high back. (iv) Wolf or Jack in the Box. (v) Bunny vault over the box or two forms. (B) Over 16 years of age:- (1) Have a good upright carriage, walk and run well. (2) Be attending gymnastics classes at school or some other approved physical training centers, at least once a week. (3) Perform a table of free-standing exercises approved by the Examiner. (4) Perform two of the following in good style on the narrow side of a balancing form or bar. (i) Walk forward throwing and catching a ball at every step; (ii) Walk sideways without support. (iii) Stand on form, lift arm and right leg sideways replace, step forward and repeat, raising the other leg. (iv) Walk with knees fully bent and stretch every third step. 5. Perform one of the following groups; (i) Climb a rope at least 4.8 meters (sixteen feet), and travel sideways on bar or wall bars both ways. Or travel backward on a bar. (ii) Handstand unsupported or under or over somersault on a bar improvised apparatus; or reverse hanging vertically between two ropes

Handyman: Be able to do ten out of the following, at least three of which (selected by the Examiner) must be demonstrated. (1) Paint a door or similar object. (2) Whitewash or distemper a wall or ceiling. (3) Clean and adjust gas fitting and replace mantles. (4) Replace a tap washer and adjust a ball cock. (5) Hang pictures and fix curtain rods. (6) Fix, repair, and adjust blinds or chicks. (7) Take up, beat, and re-lay a carpet. (8) Repair furniture, upholstery, or china. (9) Sharpen knives. (10) Glaze a window. (11) Top up and care for an accumulator. (12) Service a hand pump. (13) Replace a spring in a door lock. (14) Know what immediate steps to take, in case of a burst water pipe or gas leak. (15) Make and fix a chimney. (16) Attend to clogged sinks. (17) Thatch a hut. (18) Plaster wall or floor with mud or concrete. (19) Make steps with logs of wood, leading to a tank or a stream. (20) String a bed with webbing or string. (21) Know how to repair tube–well pumps. (22) Make a hammock. (23) Repair a wooden well–top. (24) Make a hay box. (25) Mend a bucket. (26) Paint a pot.(27) Handle a pressure, oil stove, gas- stove. (28) Recane a chair seat. (29) Polish furniture, oil stove, gas stove. (30) Repair broken or defective plastering. (31) Clean and polish car, scooter, or motorcycle. (32) Repair children’s toys. (33) Repair an electric iron.

Healthyman : (1) Know the importance of the heart, lungs, skin, teeth, feet, stomach, and the organs of special sense (eyes, ears, and nose) keeping in good order, and principal danger to be guarded against. (2) Give general rules governing eating, drinking, breathing, sleeping, cleanliness, and exercise; give evidence of these rules for at least 12 months. (3) Know the value of fresh air and how to keep rooms ventilated. (4) Know the dangers incurred in the use of tobacco, alcohol, opium, and other intoxicating drugs, the danger of over-straining the body, and of continual use of one form of exercise. (5) Train a Patrol in simple exercises suitable for all parts of the body and give reasons for each exercise.

Herbalist : (1) Make a collection (neatly mounted in a book) of twelve medicinal herbs and twelve herbs used in cooking. The collection should contain leaves, roots, and skins of the herbs. Know where to find them and be able to recognize them readily and know their exact use.(2) Know the medicinal value of half –a-dozen herbs. (3) Prepare a herbarium and maintain it for three months.

HERITAGE: The focus at this level is on the state in which the Scout or guide is living, and gaining a national perspective on the diverse richness of India’s heritage. Preparing a scrapbook with illustrations and information on the following: I. Nature, Heritage, and Culture, Collecting songs, poems, riddles, proverbs, and short stories about their state and its national heritage and the culture unique to the State and Country. - Seasons and festivals, meaning and significance - Different communities and tribes that live in that state - Physical environment of their locality (famous hills, rivers, etc.) - Common trees of their state - Common plants and their uses - Common birds - Flora and fauna of the region II. Art of India and their State - Important heritage buildings - Places of worship - Music - Musical instruments - Dances - Theatre forms Pupperty Literature and famous writers, poets of their town - Food, Costumes then and now III. Practical work (a) Visiting monuments, and museums in the vicinity and maintaining a record of it. (b) Maintaining an illustrated historical diary of their town or village (any 3 of the following) (i) Preparing a list of museums, art galleries, and cultural centers in your district/town. (ii) Visiting monuments and sites in the neighbourhood and identifying problems and issues for presentation. (iii) Adopting a site in their own locality monuments or unique natural features such as a religious place, a lake, or a temple and looking after it for a period of one month and contributing to keeping it clean. (iv) Learn to serve as a guide to the monuments for local schools and communities. (v) Knowing about the Govt. Department and other Non- Govt. agencies, which are involved in the maintenance and restoration of Indian culture, art, and buildings.

Hiker: (1) Undertake a regular hike of 160 km. (100 miles) or 4 hikes of 40 km. (25 miles) each over a different route and submits a report of the hike. Hike may be taken either on foot or on bicycle. At least half the distance, shall, however, be done on foot. (2) Know (a) how to protect feet while marching. (b) how to safeguard against blisters, (c) how to treat blisters, if they appear, (d) the kinds of footwear best suited for hikes, (e) what to do in case of getting wet. (3) Know ordinary medicines, required while hiking, their doses, and their application. (4) Know how to pack things for carrying them on one’s shoulders. (5) Make an article of hiking kits such as a tent, a sleeping bag, campfire blanket, rucksack, or a bag or other container in which to pack daily food or toilet necessaries, etc.

Hospitalman: Have a general knowledge of and demonstrate : (1) Have to choose, prepare and ventilate a sick- room. (2) How to sponge, give medicine, and take a patient’s temperature, pulse, and respiration. (3) How to prepare food for invalids; to give formation, make beds and prevent bed-sores and help the aged and infirm. (4) How to apply a roller bandage to the hand, knee, and foot and know the materials used for dressing.

Interpreter: (1) Carry on a conversation, write a simple letter on a subject given by the examiner: read and translate at sight, a passage from a book or newspaper, in two languages neither of which is his mother tongue. (2) Translate a piece of the matter given by the examiner into another Indian language chosen by you except your mother tongue. (3) Spend, six hours spread over a week in the company of deaf people. Note: An additional badge may be worn by an Interpreter on the right chest – pocket or in a similar position on a jersey, showing the language spoken.

Interpreter to the Deaf: (1) Be able to read fingerspelling at the rate of twenty letters a minute. (2) Be able to send finger spelling at the rate of thirty letters a minute. (3) Spend, ten hours spread over a month, in the company of deaf people.

Journalist: (1) Have served on the editorial staff of a paper or magazine for at least six months. (2) Produce a report written by himself of Troop activities and one of the following incidents – lecture or address, open-air fete, garden party, or rally. (3) Produce a cutting of a published article or report written by himself. (4) Understand what is meant by “makeup” and produce a dummy for the printer, representing one issue of an eight-page – magazine, circular, catalog, or report. (5) Understand the point system of types and know names and six common typefaces. (6) Understand the printer’s correction signs. (7) Must be able to correct proof of a printed matter.

Launder: (1) Must wash and finish and bring to examination:- (a) a white cotton garment. (b) a colored cotton garment. (c) a woolen garment or a pair of stockings. (d) shirt or equivalent or child’s dress with insert sleeves, silk, where possible. (2) Must be able to iron remove stains and make boiling water starch & iron. Note: some parts of this test must be demonstrated in the presence of the examiner.

Leather Worker: Fix sole and heel to a pair of boots, shoes, or chappals, sewn or nailed, and generally repair boots, shoes, chappals, sandals, or leather articles, in general use. Dress a saddle, repair traces of stirrup leather etc., and know the various parts of the harness; in either case, have a knowledge of the different kinds of leather used. OR In decorative work:- Know the various kinds of leather used. Have a knowledge of the tools required and how to use them. Know how to use and mix various stains. Produce an article made by himself, such as a handbag, wallet, or purse, on which there must be a design, modeled, and stained.

Leprosy Control: (1) Spread the word by means of audio-visuals that “Leprosy is curable” and propagate the five-point program of the Bharat Scouts and Guides. (2) Recognise sources that can help you in the campaign skin Specialists, National Leprosy Eradication Programme workers, volunteers, etc. (3) Get a checking-up program in every educational Institute in the village/ mohalla. (4) Educate the community to change their attitude towards the problem (5) Enlist the cooperation of medical experts/specialists in educating people in their locality.

Literacy: (1) Organise a literacy drive for adults of the village/locality. (2) Help / start a night school for adults/dropouts. (3) Teach three R’s (Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic) to at least ten illiterate people or help 10 children in their studies. (4) Prepare at least three posters to motivate the Adult Literacy campaign. (5) Arrange an exhibition with posters etc. published by Government and Non – Governmental Organisations.

Map Maker: (1) Make a Map by Triangulation, using a compass and plane table, of an area of not less than ten acres and at a scale given by the examiner. The area should include fields, buildings, and a pond or equivalent features. (2) Make a road map with a compass and field book of 1.5 km, of road, showing all main features and objects within a distance of 1/10 km on either side to scale given by the examiner. The field book must be produced for inspection. (3) Enlarge or reduce such portions of a one-inch survey of India map as the examiner may determine to a scale he prescribes.

Marksman: Fire any of three alternative tests three times, either concurrently or preferably on different dates, on each occasion obtain not less than the minimum score indicated; (A) Rifle- small bore (.22 inch), Single–loading type. Sight – any- except telescopic position - Prone Slings – May be used. Shots - Twenty at two cards at any of the following ranges: Test Distance (Metres) Minimum Score Targets 1 22.9 155 S.M.R.C Match 2 22.9 80 Military 200.25 (B) Air Rifle- Bore (.117 Inch), Single loading type. Position- Standing or prone. Sling-May be used. Shots- Twenty at two cards at the following range Distance (meters) Minimum Score Targets 5.48 150 S.M.R.C. 5 Bull Air Rifle. Note: (i) Edge of the shot hole nearest to the center of the target decides the value of the hit. (ii) When using an air rifle care must be taken to fix the target so that the pellets do not rebound to the dangers of the firer’s eyes. Note to examiners: (1) The Scout must adjust his sights himself the sights previously having been altered of the center of the bull’s eye. After adjusting his sights the Scout should be allowed not more than ten sighting shots. (2) Know the usual safety – firer’s rules for rifle shooting and have an elementary knowledge of action; and be able to adjust essential parts which are liable to work loose. (3) Know and have noted the sight reading for various standard rangers; have knowledge of the flight of bullets and their damaging power. (4) Demonstrate how to clean the rifle.

Meteorologist: 1. (i) Make a simple rain gauge. (ii) Make a wind vane and estimate wind speed. (iii) Make a thermometer shelter and set up a thermometer for measuring air temperature and a barometer for measuring humidity. (iv) Make and keep a weather log for a period of one month. 2. Write an article on the climate of his local area. 3. Demonstrate his ability in weather forecasting using the following methods:-(i) From wind strength and direction, the temperature, precipitation, and general weather. (ii) By using an aneroid Barometer. (iii) By noting cloud movement and cloud type. (iv) By using weather lore, short-range forecast. (v) By using weather lore, extended range forecast. 66. Motor Mechanic (1) Demonstrate that he understands the working of internal combustion engines and that he knows names and functions of all principal parts. (2) Demonstrate ability to: (i) Oil and/or grease chassis points, and attend to oil level in the gearbox and back axle. (ii) Top up the battery. (iii) Adjust brakes. (iv) Replace a car wheel. (v) Check ignition timing, and clean and test sparking plugs. (vi) Dismantle, clean, reassemble, and adjust the carburetor. (3) Show how to maintain kilometer records of petrol consumption. (4) Be able to make a systematic check on the car that is unable to start and determine the underlying fault.

Musician: (1) Play correctly on one of the following instruments: Veena, Sitar, Palwa, Patle, Nagi, kaji Moung and Sound, Flute, Fiddle, Piano, Harmonium, Organ, and other recognized instruments. (2) Sing or play correctly two tunes of classical Indian Music. (3) Must be able to play at least three of the community songs collected by National Headquarters and teach at least forty children to sing.

Naturalist: (1) Explain in his own words and from his own observation: the fertilization and development of a wildflower and one of the following; development of frog or toad life, history of an insect, spider or fish; development, habits, songs, or call – notes of six birds, habits of four animals, habits of some of the creature of the pond. (2) Either keep a nature diary of two of the seasons, spring, summer, autumn, and winter – giving records with dates and places of not less than ten birds, ten plants, ten trees and ten butterflies or moths and a short account of the animals which have been seen and illustrate records with pencil sketches, carbon impressions of leaves or pressed specimen. OR In towns, one of the following alternatives may be selected in place of a nature diary. D.C. shall decide whether the area may be considered a town for the purpose of this badge. (i) Make a collection of thirty different species of flowers, ferns, and grasses dried and mounted, giving names, places, and dates and recognizing them, giving a short description of the ten specimens. (ii) Make a collection of photographs or carbon impressions or sketches of leaves of twenty trees, giving names, places, and dates, recognizing them, and giving a description of the appearance of ten of the trees from which they were taken. (iii) Make ten sketches of animals, or birds from life and give a history of five of them. (iv) Name sixty different kinds of animals, or birds from life and give the history of five of them. (v) Name sixty different kinds of animals, birds, reptiles, fishes, or insects in a museum of Zoological Garden or from unnamed colored plates, and give particulars of lives, habits appearances, and markings of twenty of them. (vi) Describe the habits and recognize by their songs, calls, or voice, of thirty different kinds of birds or animals.

Nutrition Educator: (1) Understand basic principles in nutrition i.e. calories, fats, carbohydrates, proteins, vitamins, and minerals; know their correct proportions necessary in our regular diet and common food from which one can obtain them. (2) Recognise malnutrition and tell of its effects on the human body. (3) Be able to draw up a fully balanced diet for a school-going child, a mother-to-be, and a normal adult. (4) Know the harm produced by an excess of certain types of food and drinks. (5) Educate people to discourage abuse of non-alcoholic beverages like tea, coffee, and other drinks. (6) Make a nutrition survey in his village/ locality and encourage people to contact doctors. (7) Prepare at least three posters to educate people about nutrition.

Oarsman: (1) Manage a boat single-handed, row and scull and punt (in rivers) or scull over the stern; or paddle a canoe. (2) Steer a boat under oars and bring it alongside a vessel and landing stage. (3) Tow and be towed and secure a boat to a buoy or a wharf. (4) Anchor the boat and make simple bends and hitches; knots and splices (not wire) are required for boat work and to be able to throw a line.

Pathfinder: (1) Have an intimate personal knowledge, as a result of his own exploring and investigation, of the locality around his headquarters or his home, especially in regard to public buildings, the provision of public service, fire, transport, communication, public health, etc, and residences of doctors, responsible public officials and (in the country only) well-known people, rights of way, footpaths, playing fields and other public property. Note: The area over which the above intimate knowledge will be required is a three-kilo meters radius from the group headquarters in the country or towns upto 20,000 inhabitants; two-kilo meters in towns between 20,000 and 1,00,000, inhabitants; one km. in towns over 1,00,000, inhabitants. The D.C. may at his discretion, vary the area to exclude undesirable neighborhoods, parks, or other open spaces and include an equivalent area.(2) Have general knowledge of the district so as to be able to guide strangers, by day or night, within 8km. (five-mile) radius and give them general directions as to how to reach the principal suburbs, districts, or towns within 40 km. (25 miles) radius or alternatively in large towns have a sound general knowledge of what parts of the country are served by the mainline railways and how to reach the tram or bus stations and12 important places (Museum, Zoo, etc.) by tram, bus or train, from his headquarters or home. (3) Have some knowledge of the history of the place and any buildings of historical interest.

Photographer: (1) Take, develop, and print eight separate subjects, two interiors, two landscapes, and two instantaneous photographs. (2) Have a knowledge of the theory and use of lenses, construction of cameras, and Action of developers.

Pioneer: (1) Show extra efficiency in the following: Fell a 22.5 cm. (nine inches) scaffolding pole of not less than 12.5 cm. (5 inches) diameter neatly and quickly. (2) Have a basic knowledge of various ropes, their lay, size, storage, and care. (3) Tie the following knots and understand their uses thoroughly in addition to Pratham Sopan and Dwitiya Sopan tests knots; bowline- on- bight, catspaw, double sheet bend, man harness knot, marline or lever hitch, draw or highway man’s hitch, fisherman’s bend or hitch. (4) Use a figure of eight lashings, lash a block to spar, and prepare any two types of hold-fasts for different types of soil. (5) Build a model bridge or derrick and a ladder. (6) Make a camp kitchen or a raft that will carry him. (7) Build a camp shelter or hut suitable for three occupants. (8) Pass or repass Pioneering tests of Pratham and Dwitiya Sopan Badge. (9) Know how to make a block and tackle using double-sheave and single-sheave pulleys.

Plumber: (1) Know and demonstrate how to cut and join metal or PVC pipes. (2) Have knowledge and be able to demonstrate the use of various tools used in plumbing. (3) Demonstrate how to clean a choked drain pipe. (4) Have knowledge of the operation of a septic tank. (5) Replace a tap washer and adjust a ball cock. (6) Service a hand pump. (7) Know what immediate steps to take in case of a burst water pipe.

Poultry Farmer: (1) Have a practical knowledge of natural or artificial hatching sanitary fowl – houses and runs; also of rearing, feeding, killing, and dressing birds for table, or market. (2) Pack birds and eggs for the market. (3) Rear not less than three birds satisfactory for three months and keep a diary for the period. (4) Identify three kinds of poultry. (5) Know three types of diseases of fowls and their treatment. 76. Printer: (1) Set up by himself a handbill or page of type. (2) Understand the point system of types and know the names of six common types of faces. (3) Understand the printer’s correction signs and know the names of different paper sizes and their measurements. (4) Be able to compose a one-page matter in his own language and do correct proofreading for two pages matter.

Public Healthyman: (1) Know modes of transmission of the following diseases; diphtheria, tuberculosis, measles, mumps, whooping cough, chicken pox, typhoid fever, dysentery, diarrhea, smallpox, malaria, ringworm, scabies, plague, cholera, measures adopted by the sanitary authorities to prevent their spread and steps which should be taken by private individuals in cases of infection. Note: Bacteriological and medical details are not required. (2) Describe how to disinfect a room and its contents and how to eradicate pests such as mosquitoes, rabs, bed bugs, and flies. (3) Describe the mode employed in his locality of disposing of garbage. (4) Educate five families on proper disposal of garbage. (5) Know about camp sanitation with reference to the kitchen, latrines, washing places, drinking water, and food storage.

Reader: (1) Must have read: (i) Two books on biographies of great Indians. (ii) Two books on conservation/trees/birds/pollution/nature etc. (iii) Two books on religions to which he belongs. (iv) Two books on Indian culture and heritage. (v) Two books on the history of the Independence of India. (vi) One book for the blind or the aged of their choice. (vii) Two books of his choice and satisfy the examiner. 2. Know damage caused to books by rough handling, moisture, white ants, moths, etc, and how to protect books from these. (3) Help a librarian in re-arranging books or rewriting catalogs.

Rescuer: (1) Pass or have passed the Swimmer Badge. (2) Attired in shirt and dhoti or trousers:- Perform, in water four methods of rescue, and three of release from the clutches of a drowning person. The drowning person should be about the same size as the rescuer, in each rescue method the person is to be carried at least 9.1 meters (10 yards) (3) Dive from the surface to a depth of at least 1.5m. (five feet) and bring up a stone, brick or iron weight of not less than 2.3 kg. (five pounds.) (4) Demonstrate mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. (5) Swim 45.70 meters (50 yards) and undress before touching the ground. (6) Throw a lifeline to a mark 91 meters away. In three out of four throws the lifeline must at least reach 13.6 meters short of the mark. (7) Demonstrate at least two types of carrying of casualties. 80. Rural Engineer: (1) Know how to construct cheap structures of huts from the material available in villages. (2) Know how to prepare culverts of improvised bridges on streamlet. (3) Know different types of rural latrines and urinals. (4) Know how to construct soak pits. (5) Know how to construct manure and rubbish pits. (6) Know how to prepare Magan chulla (Smokeless hearth). (7) Know how to repair and maintain paths in good condition. (8) Know how to prepare fuel gas for cooking from animal dung. (9) Should have participated at least in five works mentioned above and give a practical demonstration of at least any four of the above of which item(8) is compulsory.

Rural Worker: (1) Have detailed information about the village, such as the area, population, occupation products, well and other sources of water supply, traditions, the number of children of school age, and the number of literate persons (2) Have general knowledge of village sanitation (especially, pertaining to preventable diseases), village administration and village Panchayat. (3) Produce a record of continuous useful service (literacy, adult education, sanitation and cleanliness, farming, labor work. prohibition, games, etc.) to the village extending over a period of at least six months or have worked in a recognized village labor camp for at least a period of fifteen days. (4) *Help get at least fifty people checked for leprosy germs. (5) Help at least twenty children to get immunized. (6) Teach “Oral Re-hydration Technique” to at least six mothers. (7) Organise an eye care/ dental care campaign in his village/mohalla/slum. (8) Teach his neighbor's management of Diarrhea and dysentery or delousing for women

Safety Knowledge: A. Individual Tests: (1) Know the origin of Safety first, its real meaning viz, safety for more and better adventure. (2) Walking: - rule of the road: Walking on the pavement. (3) Crossing road: basic rule of crossing at street intersections, Pedestrian crossing, etc. Crossing in accordance with traffic control and light control signals.4) Public Service Vehicles: Mounting and dismounting from buses, trams, cars, and railway carriages. (5) A passenger’s duty towards the drivers of vehicles:- Non- interference with driver’s vision viz, side and rear, Hand signals, non-interference with controls and closing doors, disembarking on the side of the road. B. Group Tests: (6) School Safety Patrol:- The function of which is to direct pupils to and from school, across recognised street crossings. (7) Traffic Game:- Function of which is to teach under dramatized conditions the correct behavior of all classes of road users. (8) Home - Safety:- Prevention of falls, fire burns, and scalds, home inspection for dangerous radio installations; cautions. (9) Industrial Safety:- Safe -use of tools, machinery, clothing, and housekeeping. (10) Miscellaneous Safety:- Safety with a firearm, rescuing a burning person, calling Fire Brigade, flying kites, and lightning.

Salesman: (1) Analyse an article of merchandise from each of the five retail stores and make a report of what happens to each article of merchandise investigated, from the time it leaves the manufacturer until it reaches the consumer. (2) Explain the value of a salesman between manufacturer and jobber and retailer: or between manufacturer and retailer. (3) Sell a defined quantity of merchandise total value of which is in excess of Rs.150/- and given his actual selling experience, telling the methods he used to influence people to buy his merchandise and how he overcame selling resistance. (4) Sell at a profit something he has made or grown. Keep necessary records to enable him to fix the right selling price and to tell how much profit he has made. (5) Obtain and hold for three months a salesman’s job during hours after school. Saturday afternoons or during vacation. Describe what is necessary to sell things he handles. (6) Visit in uniform a business concern and learn how their product is sold. Describe the selling process. Take with him an outline of at least ten questions prepared in advance. (7) Name five fundamental requirements of successful salesmanship. (8) Go to some successful and practical salesman in his locality and find out what he thinks of selling as a life work. Write what he thinks of selling as a life work. Write in 500 words or more his conclusions or what the salesman tells him of salesmanship as a life work. (9) Explain: (i) why truthfulness about an article is one of the outstanding requirements of all good sales. (ii) what is that every salesman sells to his employer? (iii) how courtesy to prospective customers aids the sale.

Sanitation Promoter: Make a survey in a given locality and help people in the following ways: (1) (i) Using clean water for drinking. (ii) Demonstrate the process of filtering boiling and storing water. (iii) Demonstrate the use of a charcoal water filter. (2) Protecting grain from rats and other rodents. (3) Protecting cooked food from flies, mosquitoes, dirt etc. (4) Showing correct ways of disposing of waste and use of the composite pit. (5) Educating people about the dangers of defecating in the open. (6) Erecting inexpensive and effective latrines. (7) Enthusiastic people belonging to at least twenty-five houses to use health salts with the help of handbills/ posters prepared by himself.

Scholar: Present evidence from his Principal or Headmaster: (1) that he has been regular in his attendance for the past year (at least 60% of the total) (2) that his general behavior has been above average. (3) that he has constantly shown a spirit of helpfulness and loyalty to the school or college. (4) that he has obtained not less than 65% of total marks in all subjects in the preceding three-term examinations. Note: The badge must be surrendered if at any time he falls below the above standards.

Secretary: (1) Show a general knowledge of the administration of the Bharat Scouts and Guides at Group and District levels. Know terms of reference of Court-of-Honour, Patrol-in-Council. (2) In the presence of the examiner either, write with a good, legible hand, (two hundred and fifty words) of prose. OR Type a hundred words with not more than five mistakes, and how to clean the machine and replace the ribbon. (3) Show an understanding of Committee procedure including the ability to prepare an agenda and take minutes. (4) Have a general knowledge of the financial structure of a Scout Group. Prepare a simple Receipt and Payment account for a Troop or Patrol: know how a personal Bank Account operates. (5) Write a letter on a subject chosen by the Examiner, and draft wording for an invitation card addressed to members or the public in connection with a Group, Troop, or Patrol event. (6) Carry out the duties of secretary to his patrol, Court of -Honour, or some other committee not necessarily concerned with Scouting for a period of three months to the satisfaction of his Scout Master or the Chairman of the Committee concerned.

Sea Fisherman: (1) Have a practical knowledge of the various methods of catching sea fish for market by means of trawls, nets, and lines and catching shellfish; have practical experience of at least two of these methods. (2) Be able to describe the use of seine or trammel or trawl net and their construction, and make small repairs in a net. (3) know the usual storm and distress signals. (4) know the correct name for the usual fish caught in the locality.

Self Defence: Choose Karate or Judo A Karate: A Systematic sequential training in Karate under a qualified expert leading up to Karate Defence against grabbing attacks will be the requirement. Be able to demonstrate correctly any 2 of the following groups to the examiner. Group-A Warm Up exercises, Karate Stances, Punching & striking techniques, Breathing techniques, any 4 Karate forms, Defence against grabbing attack. Group- B Warm Up exercises, Karate Stances, Defensive blocking Techniques, Breathing Techniques, Any 5 Karate forms, Defence against grabbing attack. Group-C Warm Up exercises, Karate Stances, Kicking techniques, Breathing techniques, Any 4 Karate forms. Defense against grabbing attacks. B Judo Attend a course of instruction by a qualified coach. (1) Be able to demonstrate and explain any two of the following: (a) Break falling to sides and rear and forward rolling. (b) Balance breaking. (c) Fundamental postures. tsugiashi and taisbaki. (d) A hip throw. (e) O-soto- gari. (f) Kesagatame. (2) Have a knowledge of basic self defense including (a) at least six points of attack on the body. (b) releases from wrist grips of front strangles.

89. Signaller: (1) Send and receive by flag in Semaphore at the rate of seven words (35 letters) a minute or in Morse at the rate of five words (25 letters) a minute. (2) Send and receive at the rate of six words (30 letters) a minute on a buzzer or sounder. (3) Send and receive at the rate of five words (25 letters) a minute by lamp or disc. Note: percent must be obtained in all above tests. (4) Demonstrate that he knows a recognized procedure when sending and receiving a message. (5) Have a good knowledge of the various signs and signals given in “Scouting for Boys”. (6) Improve at least two methods of sending a message either in Morse or Semaphore at least half a mile at the rate of four words (120 letters) per minute. Note: Outdoor sending and receiving stations are to be a minimum of 150 meters apart, and Buzzer stations are to be in separate rooms.

Soil Conservator: (1) Understand changes that happen on the surface of the earth e.g. Erosion. Transpiration and Deposition and know its reasons. (2) Have general knowledge of the Problem of soil erosion, its danger; kinds, causes, and methods of preventing these. (3) Study the problem of soil erosion and prepare a log giving information about various programs being carried out in the country regarding soil conservation, afforestation and removal of water scarcity. Prepare a log based on his own observations and experience regarding local problems of soil conservation. He should have spent three months on this study. (4) Understand the importance of methods used for soil conservation such as Mer Bandi, (tree plantation) or afforestation filling up the gully (Khai Patan), etc., and must have given service in any of the projects at least for 40 hours. Produce a record of service rendered. (5) With the help of his Patrol plant at least ten saplings of fruit-bearing plants and look after these for three months. (6) Have general knowledge of the organization work and experiments of the Soil Conservation Board of his area.

Solar Energy Awareness: (1) Understand how and how much energy from the sun reaches us at various places and times and what happens to it, Understand the motion of the sun, make use of instruments to observe/ locate Sun’s position Angular measurement from the horizon and from the true north. Use of household Indian Almanac (Panchang). Make and use a Sundial. (2) Know different ways of collecting, storing, and using Solar energy for getting heat and electricity. Flat Plate and concentrating collectors-use of glass covers, reflectors, and lances including fresnel lances. Make working models of at least two devices- Solar Cookers, Dryers, still (to make distilled water), Oven, Water Heaters, Photovoltaic-say battery chargers, Lanterns, pumps, T.V. power supply, etc.- for personal/family use. (3) (i) See and be able to explain the working of at least three Solar energy installations of different types. (ii) Know how to use Solar cookers/Water Heaters, what can be done, and how with it. (4) Know the advantages/disadvantages of using Solar Energy. Government and other Organisations who assist/test/ manufacture.

Stalker: (1) Demonstrate his ability to stalk by day and by night, use all available cover, quietly, and use cover, camouflage, wind, shadows, and background. (2) Give proof of having stalked and studied, at least six wild birds or animals in their natural state, in the open, by producing photographs or sketches which he himself has taken or made and describe the results of his observations. (3) Make at least three plaster casts of tracks of animals; one of which must be wild. 93. Star man : (1) Keep a log or notebook over a period of three months giving observations of stars, moon, and planets (if any) visible from a window, garden, or street in or near his own home.Note: There should be at least one entry per week made regularly at approximately the same time in the evening. (2) Demonstrate with diagrams, drawings, or models (preferably models) the relative position and size of the sun, moon, earth, and other planets; show their movements. (3) Point out in the sky : (i) At least four constellations visible all year round. (ii) At least four constellations are not visible all year round. (iii) At least four first magnitude stars; know to which constellations they belong and at what time of the year they are visible. (4) Obtain a compass direction from the stars.

Swimmer : (1) Swim 45. 78 meters (50 yards) with clothes on (shirts and dhoti or trousers as minimum) and undress in water with feet off the bottom. (2) Swim 91.4 meters (103 yards) on the breast, and 45.70 meters (50 yards) on the back, with the hands folded in front of the body. (3) Dive from not less than 1.5 meters (5 feet) and pick up small objects from the bottom. (4) Be able to explain the following: How to avoid and what to do in case of muscle cramps, safety precautions in selecting unknown swimming and bathing place and diving points; the Buddy system for bathing or swimming in large numbers. (5) Satisfy the examiner that he is capable of instructing a non-swimmer in the basic principles of swimming.

Tailor : (1) Cut out and sew, either by hand or machine, a Scout shirt, and shorts, or equivalent garments, to fit himself. (2) Insert a patch and darn a small hole in a neat workman-like manner in either of the above two or other suitable garments.

Telegraphist: Understand simple electric circuits: be able to send out and receive by Morse key sounder, a message, at the rate of 30 letters a minute; be able to explain construction of and understand elementary principles of wireless telegraph installation.

Tracker : (1) Recognize and explain two different characteristics in each of the three different human footprints, bare feet, or shoes, and recognize and explain two different characteristics in each of the three different types of simple human tracks. (2) Solve with reasonable accuracy two tracking stories in sand, snow, or other suitable natural material. (3) Make six plaster casts of tracks of birds, animals, car or cycle all casts to be taken unaided and correctly labeled with the date and place of making two at least to be of wild birds or animals. (4) Lay a trail of at least one-kilo meter in length containing at least four different kinds of signs made of natural materials. At least 40 signs are to be used and the route is to be over the ground with which the Scout is unfamiliar. The road may be crossed but not followed. The trail is to be followed by the Scout of Dwitiya Sopan Badge standard. 

World Conservation : (1) Make a sketch illustrating the complete water cycle using and describing the following terms:- (i) Precipitation (ii) Run-off (iii) Ground Water (iv) Water table (v) Evaporation (vi) Transpiration. (2) Show that he is familiar with the main causes of the following types of pollution and how they can be controlled. (i) Water (ii) Air (including noise) (iii) Soil (iv) Waste. (3) Show that he is familiar with the reason why so many animal species are threatened and what can be done to help these animals to survive. (4) Make a list of “ What to do” and “What not to do.” In order not to damage but improve nature when hiking and camping. (5) Make a list including if possible, pictures of plants and animals in the country which are in danger of extinction. (6) Carry out two of the following experiments: (i) Demonstrate how soil may be lost or ruined through erosion and how grass and other plants help to protect it. (ii) Demonstrate how soil is formed. (iii) Demonstrate how plants produce oxygen. (iv) Plant two bean seeds in a flower pot of topsoil and two beans in a flowerpot of subsoil, Test for a month and report: (a) On the difference in rate of growth in two pots. (b) Appearance of plants and any difference noted. (v) Collect muddy water in a glass jar from the suitable stream and allow it to stand for at least six hours. Observe the amount of soil that settles at the bottom, state where he thinks the soil originated from, and why he thinks so. (vi) Keep a daily record of the weather in his neighborhood for a month – including rainfall, direction, and humidity. (7) Do one of the following: (i) Plan and carry out together with his patrol or Troop an anti–litter campaign in a public park or garden, school premises, or any other public place for six hours utilizing one hour at a time. (ii) Take a nature trail for his patrol or Troop. (iii) Take part in a conservation project for a period of at least one day. (iv) Make, put out, and maintain a forage rack for animals. (v) Make and maintain a terrarium. (vi) Build up a collection of plaster casts of at least six birds or animal tracks. Note : (1) The badge will be accompanied by a special certificate signed by the State Chief Commissioner. (2) The badge will be worn on the left sleeve below the Rajya Puraskar / Rashtrapati Award Scout Badge.

World Friendship (1) Have an elementary knowledge of geography, history, and of at least two countries other than his own. (2) Have corresponded regularly for not less than one year (at least six letters) with a Scout of some other country either individually or as part of a Patrol or Troop “ link up” (3) Have some knowledge of the Organisation and activities of the World Organisation of Scout Movement. (4) Have done at least two of the following: (i) Have kept an album or scrapbook for at least one year giving illustrated information of Scout activities, sports, culture, home life, and national affair of another country. (ii) Know the purpose and organization of the United Nations, and the functions of its principal subsidiary agencies and be able to explain these in simple terms. (iii) Have taken part in some practical activity of an international character such as the collection and distribution of relief supplies, reception and settlement of new immigrants, or assisted in some project of a non-partisan organization for the promotion of World Brotherhood. (iv) Camp or hike for at least seven days with a Scout or Scouts of another country (either in our country or their country) and produce a log book covering this event to include his impressions and knowledge gained of the visiting Scouts and country or countries.

Yoga: 1. Know the following - - Definition of YOGA - Types of YOGA - Gyan Yoga, Karma Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga, Bhakti Yoga 2. What is Ashtang (Hatha) Yoga ? What are its eight parts? Describe briefly each of them. 3. Do’s and Don’ts during the Yoga practice 4. Practice Surya Namaskara for a month 5. Practice for a month following asanas and know their benefits on the body. - Padmasana, Vajrasana, Yogamudra, Ushtrasana, Tadasana, Ardh Kati Chakrasana, Bhujangasana, Naukasana, Vakrasana, Pawanmukta Asana, Sarvangasana, Shavasan 6. Practice following Pranayama for at least one month - Anuloma - Viloma, Kapalbhati, and Bhramari 7. Be able to do Tratak for one minute

ROVER BOY AGE  (15- 25 YEARS)

ROVER PROFICIENCY BADGES:-

GROUP " PHYSICAL HEALTH ":- Athlete, Boxer, Climber, Explorer, Free Being Me, Gymnast, Rambler, Rock Climber, Self Defence, Sportsman, Yoga Instructor

 GROUP " CHARACTER":-Family Life Educator, Heritage, Personality Development, Public Speaker, World Friendship

 GROUP " HOBBY":-

Cell Phone Mechanic, Computer Operator, Desert Folk, Fashion Designer, Fine Art, First Aider, Hair Dresser, Information Technology, Journalist, Modeling, Motor Mechanic, Photographer, Tailor, Web Safety

 GROUP " SERVICE":-

AIDS Awareness, Ambulance man, Blood Donor, Civil Defence, Community Worker, Disaster Management, Disaster Preparedness, Literacy, Population Educator, Polution Control, Rural Worker, Sanitation Promoter

GROUP " CONSERVATION":-

Ecologist, Energy Conservation, Forester, Soil Conservation, World Conservation, World Scout Environment

For Sea Rover only:  First knot, Second knot 

For Air Rovers only: Airman, Air Mechanic, Air Navigator, Air Spotter, Aviator, . Flight Steward, Meteorologist

 

Aids Awareness: (i) Know & understand the modes of HIV transmission and the modes of prevention. (ii) Know the natural history of the disease. (iii) Know the steps taken by the health authorities towards preventing its spread. (iv) Plan any program of public awareness regarding. (a) The dangers of contracting the disease. (b) Modes of Transmission. (c) To dispel myths & disinformation regarding HIV infection & AIDS. (d) Methods of prevention in the individual & in the Community. (e) Organise a Rally and Nukkad Natak or a Quiz Competition with the help of your Crew/team to create awareness among the people.

Air Mechanic 1) Knowledge of various mandatory documents like Certificate of Registration, Certificate of Airworthiness, Flight Manual, and Export Certificate of Airworthiness. 2) Method of identifying approved material on Aircraft. 3) General knowledge of the procedure of jacking, leveling, and mooring of aircraft 4) Knowledge of maintenance and handling of equipment used in the maintenance of aircraft. 5) Knowledge of safety and fire precautions to be observed during maintenance, refueling, and defueling of aircraft 6) Knowledge of color coding, symbols, or other markings to identify fluid systems pipelines, rubber parts, and other aircraft systems of aircraft. 7) Knowledge of various Aircraft manuals, ATA system of classification, inspection schedules, and time limits. 8) Knowledge of material, parts, and use of hand tools, simple machine tools, and precision measuring instruments. 9) Should have a through knowledge of Piston Engines, Jet Engines, Turbine Engines, and Propellers.

Air Spotter (1) Recognize within 20 seconds the display of silhouettes of the latest six military and six civil aircraft in service in our country. (2) Make three model airplanes (uses of kit permissible) for identification purposes and practices. These models need not fly. (3) Know National markings, both service and civil of aero planes of India and two foreign countries. (4) From observation records over a period of three months, the passing of a number of airplanes stating, where possible, date, time, and place seen, the direction in which flying, whether service or civil, number, state of weather and country of origin or demonstrate the ability to identify actual aircraft in flight. (5) Know the latest fighter planes used in the Indian Air Force and describe any one Fighter Plane.

Airman 1. Know about the air traffic signals with demonstration 2. Know how to use the radio call signs. 3. Know about the Radar signal measurements and readings. 4. Know how to operate the control panel switches and other measuring devices in the pilot cock pit. 5. Know how to take off and land the aircraft from airstrips.

Athlete (1) Demonstrate proper methods of sitting, standing, walking, running, and starting a race. (2) Give evidence of proper training and of taking regular bodily outdoor exercises. (3) Ggain points in four of the following: IInd Class 6 points, Ist class -8 points, Special - 10 points (i) 100 meters run 14 secs 13 secs 12 secs (ii) 800 meters run 2.46 secs min. - 2 min. 23 secs - 2 min.12 secs. (iii) Running High Jump 1.08 metres 1.16 metres 1.25 metres. (iv) Running Long Jump 3 metres 4 metres 5 metres. (v) Throwing cricket ball 46.5 meters 51.00 meters 66.00 meters. OR Putting the shot (8.11bs) 8.10 meters,9.62 meters 10.53 meters. (vi) Dands and Baithaks 25 dands 50 dands 80 dands (86 secs.) (1 minute 10 secs.) (2 mins) Squat Thrust (25 secs.)

Aviator 1. (i) Know proper conduct to adopt and ordinary safety precautions to follow when on an aerodrome or near aircraft. (i) Indicate wind direction for landing both by day and night and assist in taxing and towing an aircraft. (ii) Use chocks, and improvise them. Understand the importance of keeping people away from an aircraft, when stationary or moving and the necessity of leaving a wrecked machine, or parts of it undisturbed, until police or officials arrive. (iii) Show what constitutes a reasonable landing ground and name three possible landing grounds in the neighborhood: also know compass directions of principal aerodromes within 80 km. of Headquarters. 2. Have a knowledge of the theory of flight and aerodrome: Construct a model aeroplane (use of kit permitted) which shall have the following minimum flight (third-like performance) GLIDER: (i) Hand launched 60 seconds. (ii) Tow launched with a maximum of 60 meters line 45 seconds. AEROPLANE: I. Rubber powered 30 seconds II Engine powered with control line(15 seconds maximum motor run) 45 seconds II. Demonstrate his model by making: A. A smooth take-off, B. three laps flights at approximately 2 meters and C. climb and dive with a smooth landing.

7. Blood Donor : (1) Know functions, composition, and volume of blood in a human body. (2) Know the suitability of persons to donate blood. (3) Donate his blood. (4) Educate at least 25 people about the harmlessness in donating blood. (5) Enlist at least 5 donors and help them donate blood. (6) Help local doctors in their efforts to collect blood. (7) Prepare posters for appeals to donate blood and exhibit them in key places.

8. Boxer : 1. Know the safety equipment like head gears tooth guard and hand gloves. 2. Always STAY hydrated. 3. He should have good physical fitness. 4. He should go to the Gym and practice to improve his weight lifting and fist strong. 5. He should undergo the coaching camp by a trained Boxing coach or Professional for a period of six months and submit a report. 6. He should participate in the Block level, District level, and State level or open invitation Boxing competition & report to the badge committee / Badge examiner.

9. Cell Phone Mechanic: 1. Have knowledge of the History of Cell phones 2. Classify phones based on the Application of the phone. 3. Classify phones based on their Operating system. 4. Differentiate between GSM, CDMA, LTE, and VOLTE. 5. Learn how to debug various errors on a phone. 6. Know how to install an application on your phone. 7. Have a keen knowledge of mobile networking. 8. List the various parts in a given Cell Phone. 9. Learn how to navigate on a Smartphone. 10. List out the most common mobile applications (Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter, Rail, etc) and their uses. 11. Undertake a minimum period of three months of training in repairing Mobile Phones

10. Civil Defence : (1) Know details of Civil Defence Organisation Service existing in his mohalla or one-kilo meter around the residence, the school, or place of work; for instance name of the Warden, location of Warden’s Post, First aid Posts, Dispensaries, Hospitals, and other A.R.P. Services available in the area. (2) Know how to fill in Report Form correctly in respect of emergencies and send written reports to Warden concerned. (3) Know first aid treatment and methods of rescue in case of casualties that are likely to happen in air raids and other emergencies. (4) Know methods of firefighting (5) Produce a certificate as having registered his services with the Civil Defence Organisation of the mohalla or area and as having received training in one of the following Defence Services. (a) Fire- fighting Squad, (b) First-Aid party, (c) Rescue party, (d) Messenger Services, and (e) Telecommunication. (6) Qualify for Pathfinder’s Badge as for Scouts. (7) Qualify for any one of the following badges as for Scouts. (a) Hospital man, (b) Ambulance man, (c) Fireman. Note: Badges mentioned in (6) & (7) above are not to be worn by Rovers.

Community Worker: (1) Know the process of Community Development. (2) Convince at least twelve young villagers and start a Rover crew. (3) Become a liaison between the Community and other resources of development i.e., banks, Hospitals, Specialists, etc. (4) Help people plan for solving at least two of their basic needs e.g. Clean water, School Building, Vegetable market place and so on. (5) Organise an Immunization camp in his village mohalla/slum. (6) Promote and participate in a sustained Community Development program. (7) Serve as a reserve force of such camp actively assisting units as Instructor, Examiner, and Camp adviser. etc.

Computer Operator: 1. Knowledge about the history of computers. 2. Distinguish between hardware and software. 3. Identify and classify different devices in a computer. 4. Knowledge of RAM, ROM, CPU, PROCESSOR, and Operating system. 5. Have to be well versed with M.S. Office and helped your Local/Dist. Association at least three months in data entries. 6. Educate a minimum of Ten local youths on the use of Basic computer knowledge. 7. Have knowledge about various software and its uses. 8. Have knowledge of the Internet and its settings. 9. Have knowledge of how to store files on hard disks, pen drives, flash drives, SD Cards, CDs, etc.

13. Climber: (1) Have completed the age of 18 years. (2) Have knowledge of a mountainous area covering at least 4 km. Radius and show that he is personally acquainted with principal routes to the summit or peaks and to points of interest in the area of emergency. (3) Draw an intelligible sketch showing such information, and identify peaks from a distance by their appearance. (4) Find his way to a given point in a mountainous area, using a compass and one-inch survey of India map (or its local equivalent) and display a climbing ability(5) Know local weather conditions, and what to do in emergencies, such as being overtaken by darkness, snow storm and mountain sickness or mist. Know the dangers of landslides. (6) Know first aid treatment for fractures, dislocation, bruises, concussion, shock, and edema of the Lungs, and know methods of transportation of patients. (7) Have hiked in a mountainous area at a height of at least 1200 meters for a week out of which at least three nights must be consecutive using minimum hiking equipment. (8) Have a knowledge of the necessary equipment for hiking on mountains in different weather conditions and different attitudes. (9) Have attended a recognized Basic Course on Mountaineering.

Desert Folk: Have knowledge of the following: (1) “Life in the desert” Through his own study and observation of life in the desert knows the following. (i) Geographical situations land, river, climate, etc. (ii) How people live. (iii) Standard and way of life, costumes normally worn, food habits, etc. (iv) Normal habits of the people, special customs, traditions, religion, superstitions, and taboos. (v) General problems of people created by nature and ways of solving them. Submit reports of three hikes undertaken for the study above. The report should cover an area of 15sq miles (24sq. km) all around his village or town and should include a report regarding the village, place of habitation, routes, place of water, oasis, and camping sites in the area. (2) Nature study : (i) Should know and collect common proverbs and sayings for forecasting weather, and prepare a log of his own observations based on these sayings. (ii) Find out the velocity of the wind. (3) Water and irrigation. (i) know methods of irrigation, methods of cleaning water, and know danger of using polluted water. Know assistance given by the Government for the removal of water scarcity. (ii) Know the principal crops and cereals of the area: the canal or dam used for irrigation and ways to conceive water in a field. (iii) Handicraft: Should prepare a piece of rope out of natural material available in the area or weave a cot or prepare a model out of natural material available in the area or prepare a thatching with natural material found in the area and show its use. (4) Hikes (i) Through hikes undertaken, obtain knowledge of special natural phenomena of desert areas viz: mirage, Bhanwari (landslide), etc. (ii) Perform service of at least 51 hours in the anti-locust campaign or any other kind of approved social service.

Disaster Management: 1. Know the definition of Disaster and Hazard. 2. Know various types of disasters expected in their area – Natural and man-made. 3. Know about the role of different agencies working on Disaster Management. 4. Be able to explain what is Disaster Preparedness and list out different tips for Disaster Preparedness.5. Be able to explain what is relief operation and the role of Rovers in a relief operation. 6. Have knowledge of Civil Defence, Fire Brigade, and Ham Services. 7. Must have knowledge of Modern First-Aid, Rescue Services, and Blood Donations in respect of a relief operation and in case of trauma. 8. Have knowledge about the accident-prone areas in your locality. 9. Be able to communicate by various means i.e. HAM, telecommunication, internet, etc. 10. Be able to state the Rehabilitative method and find out Government Agencies and NGOs that can support it. 11. Help or participate in a relief operation.

Disaster Preparedness: 1. Know the type of Disaster. 2. Attend Disaster Management Course organized by Bharat Scouts & Guides or any other recognized Institution. 3. Have general knowledge of Civil Defense and Rescue methods. 4. Organise Public Awareness Campaign through Exhibition, Nukkad Natak, home-to-home surveys, Film Shows, etc for the precaution to be taken before & during the Earth Quake, Flood, War, or any other locally expected disaster. The syllabus will be published separately.

Ecologist : (1) Know about the other agencies working for ecological balance. (2) Propagate against cutting trees. (3) Organise Van Mahotsav in monsoons. (4) Educate people about pollution problems in the area. (5) Work for solving any three of the following problems: (a) Soil erosion (b) Tree Cutting (c) Killing animals (d) Wastage of water or water pollution (e) Air pollution (f) Littering. (g) Noise pollution. (6) Organise an Exhibition in the locality for ecological balance awareness OR Organise Nukkad Natak in the locality for public awareness about the importance of trees (7) Organize an awareness program on any special events like environmental day, earth day, anti-tobacco, etc.

Energy Conservator: 1. Have knowledge of different types of Energy Sources and their uses. 2. List the nonconventional energy resources available in our country. 3. Have knowledge of electricity supply system. 4. Show thriftiness and Switch off lights & fans when not in use. 5. Know how to set split/window AC. 6. Have knowledge of Solar Energy, govt. schemes on Solar Energy, its supply agencies and promote solar energy use in the locality 7. Have knowledge of different ways and means for electric energy conservation.8. Prepare an effective report and submit it to examiners for the above showing the energy saved for a period of three months.

Explorer: 1. Know how to read different types of maps and find locations on it. 2. Mark Important places on a map. 3. Hike or trek for a minimum 75 Km with another member in five days away from your locality and explore a new place, also collect pictures and prepare a sketch map. 4. Guide another four members of your group to visit the same place. 5. Enlist the flora and fauna found in that area. 6. Know the geographical features of the explored sites.

Family Life Educator: Family life education focuses on healthy family functioning within a family systems perspective and provides a primarily preventive approach. The skills and knowledge needed for healthy functioning are 1. To teach and foster the knowledge and skills of five families to enable individuals and families to function optimally. 2. Educate Family members in the locality about the adverse effect of having more children and submit a brief report to the examiner. 3. Have knowledge about substance abuse, domestic violence, unemployment, debt, and child abuse and organize a campaign for its prevention for any two subjects. 4- Arrange an exhibition with posters on family life education. 5. Motivate five families to accept family welfare programs and motivate at least five couples to accept any of the govt. scheme under Population Control. Submit an effective report to the examiner.

Fashion Designer: 1. Have knowledge about the various areas of fashion design. 2. Know about the terms related to fashion design. 3. Draw at least four designs of any one i.e. Plain Frock, Blouse, Basic T-Shirt, Shirts, or Ladies Top. 4. List at least five fashion designing institutions. 5. Prepare and show in front of the examiner a Basic T-Shirt or Ladies' Top for the age of 5 to 8 years kids as per the choice. 6. Able to use in a Design – line, shape, form, color & texture. Lines – varieties and their application. 7. Have knowledge of the Principles of Design - Balance, proportion, harmony planning the shapes and space. 8. Skirts or Trousers – Basic concepts in designing a variety of skirts/trousers.

Fine Art: 1. A Rover / Ranger may offer any one of the following subjects:- I. Drawing and Painting Sketching, proportion sketching, drawing, and light & shade, painting still-life, landscape. II. Sculpture:- Relief and round sculpture, modeling with clay, terra-cotta, carving in wood and stone bronze casting, Graphics, III. Applied Arts :- Prepare designing in any one of the following arts and show your efficiency: a. industrial design, b. graphic design, c. fashion design, d. interior design e. decorative arts f. architecture g. photography IV. Commercial Arts: Prepare a Magazine Cover page or News Paper cover Page design 2. Prepared the master peace and keep exhibit the same in the training center or exhibition, the selected work/art should be started in the presence of the examiner.

First Aider: 1. Have knowledge of the Principles of First Aid and Golden Rules. 2. How to help a person whose clothes have caught fire? 3. Demonstrate a mock drill in your locality in case of cloth fire. 4. Demonstrate and train your crew or company members how to rescue a person from sight of fire, and how to rescue a person from poisonous gases? 5. Throwing a lifeline. Rescuing and carrying a patient from drowning, Reaching the victim, Stabilisation the victim in the water, and Resuscitation (ABC). 6. Render a three-month service campaign at the nearest health/First Aid centers or hospitals and submit an effective report to the examiner.

First Knot: 1. To have knowledge of types of ropes and their parts. 2. To Know about what is Hitches, Bends, Bights, and Stopper Knots. 3. To Know what is Jam? 4. To earn Scout Pioneer Badge 5. Know how to tie and the uses for each of these knots. a. Double Sheet Bend b. Tautline hitch c. Left-handed Sheet Bend d. Thief Knot e. Overhand Knot f. Savoy Knot g. Waterman’s Knot h. Lark’s Head 25. Flight Steward: 1. Possess the following qualification: a. Must have passed out at least 12th standard (Intermediate) b. Height should be a minimum of 154.5 cm for Air Hostess and 170 cm for Flight Steward c. Able to control his weight and should not be more than 60 kgs d. Vision: 6/24 in each eye (Normal eyesight) 2. Must be able to show communication skills in person and be able to speak/read and understand English and Hindi. 3. Know how to the reception of the guest and take care of them. 4. Know how to cater (distribute) water, tea/coffee/ cool drinks, and meals. 5. Develop General knowledge and current affairs. 6. Understand the job and responsibility of Air Hostess.7. Have knowledge of different airlines and their offices operating in India. 8. Have knowledge of the Institute providing training for the Air Hostess & Flight Steward.

Forester: 1. Gain knowledge on forest and its growth process and the effect of forest on the life cycle. 2. Ability to identify a tree based on leaves, trunk, and shape of the tree. 3. List the uses of at least 50 trees. 4. Educate people and conduct awareness on deforestation and its harmful effects. 5. List the alternate use of alternative fuel instead of wood 6. Define and explain in detail the Greenhouse effect. 7. List and classify the types of forests. 8. Spread awareness on the judicious use of wood and set an example during campfires and demonstrate alternatives. 9. Observe world forest day and tree plantation program. At least 20 trees to be planted.

Free Being Me: 1. Understand the concept of FBM. 2. Undergo Peer Educator Workshop of FBM. 3. Lead at least 50 Scouts/Guides and ensure their earning of FBM badge. 4. Lead at least 20 Scouts/Guides and ensure their registration in MOP. 5. Upload at least 200 hrs service report on the MOP site.

Gymnast: Guides should not enter for this badge unless they have been taught by a trained gymnast. (i) Have a good upright carriage and walk and run well. (ii) Be attending gymnastic classes at school or some other approved physical training at least once a week. (iii) Perform at the table of free-standing exercises approved by the examiner. (iv) Perform a table of the following in good style on the narrow side of a balancing form of a bar. a. Walk forward throwing and catching a ball at every step. b. walk sideways without support. c. Stand on form, lift arms and right leg sideways, replace, step forward, and repeat, raising the other leg. d. Walk with knees fully bent and stretch every third step. v) Perform one of the following groups: a. Climb a rope at least 5 meters. Travel sideways on the bar or wall bars both ways. OR Travel backward or bar. b. handstand unsupported. OR Under or over somersault on a bar or improvised apparatus. OR Reverse hanging vertically between two ropes.

Hair Dresser: 1. Have knowledge of Hair Cutting and Shaving and be able to do. 2. Have knowledge about the job responsibility, Visit the nearest parlor and gather information about hair treatments, Massages, coloring & shampoos for different types of hair. 3. Be able to change the hairstyle of a Rover / Ranger during cultural events and submit the report to the examiner. 4. Know the procedure of hair dye and do it at least for 2 people.

Heritage: Prepare a Log Book of knowledge and information on 1. Physical Environment of India (famous hills, rivers, etc.) Common trees Common plants and their uses Common birds Rare flora and fauna of the region. Seasons and festivals. Meaning and significance, Their family and festivals, Traditions Related to festivals, Seasons, Songs in local languages, and poems. II. Have a basic knowledge of Indian Art, Culture, and Heritage. III. Arts of India and the World Famous Architectural style and sculptures Places of worship, Music, Dances, Theatre forms Literature, and famous writers and poets. IV. Practical work (Optional – any four). a) Educate 5 people in his locality on Indian art, culture, religion, and social development and its impact on foreign countries. b) Know about the Govt. departments and other Non-Govt. agencies, which are working to maintain and restore art, archaeological ruins, and monuments and prepare a brief report on the same. c) Organize at least one competition/exhibition/ quiz program on topics relating to cultural heritage. d) Identify major areas inhabited by wild animals in the country & prepare a write-up. e) Adopt any archaeological site or monument and look after it for a period of two months to contribute to keeping its upkeep and submit a report. f) Learn & serve as a guide to the monuments for local schools and community and take at least one group to any such place.

Information Technology: 1. Knowledge about Operating systems and their concepts. 2. Knowledge about Data storage and classify them. 4. Have practical knowledge of the following software- Photoshop or Coral Draw. 5. List the various functions of the Database. 6. Know about at least 10 websites and their uses. 7. Convince your Unit members to have their One e-mail id to compose their own mail. 9. Explain the telecommunication medium with various examples.10. Explain the Latest operating system by Microsoft technology and explain its features. 11. Demonstrate the use of the Internet and explain its Importance. 12. List the various type of Protocols on the Internet. Submit the diary to the examiner.

Journalist: 1. Produce a report for at least two pages written by herself of group/Local/Dist. activities. 2. Be able to prepare a report of any one of the following events: Lecture or address; debate or discussion; party or rally. 3. Should have served as a scribe at least on six occasions. 4. Be able to edit and submit any speech or report to the satisfaction of the examiner. 5. Should have served on the editorial staff of a paper or magazine for at least six months. 6. Understand the printer’s corrections signs and do proofreading at least one book or a magazine and submit the same to the examiner. 7. Prepare a press release on an important event of a group and get it published in any of the News Paper.

Literacy : (1) Organise a literacy drive for adults of the village/locality. (2) Organise a survey and motivate parents to make sure that no girl in the area is deprived of education. (3) Help / start a night school for adults/girls/dropouts. (4) Teach three R’s (Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic) to at least ten illiterate people or help 10 children in their studies. (5) Prepare at least 10 posters to motivate Adult Literacy and Girl Education campaign. (6) Arrange an exhibition with posters etc. published by Government and Non - Governmental Organisations. (7) Organise Nukkad Natak/skit in the locality for awareness..

Modeling: 1. Focus on keeping your skin clear and glowing. Shiny and healthy hair is important, Fitness is important. Show your progress in these areas. 2. Decide what kind of model you hope to be. 3. Visit a modeling agency / Studio for a period of two weeks, Take some snapshots like a model. 4. Be professional, polite, and courteous. 5. Develop relationships with photographers, Treat modeling like a real job, and prepare your profile with at least 100 photographs. 6. Organise and participate in local / College level Modeling competitions/Fashion Shows. 5. Develop relationships with photographers, Treat modeling like a real job, and prepare your profile with at least 100 photographs. 6. Organise and participate in local / College level Modeling competitions/Fashion Shows.

Motor Mechanic : (1) Understands the working of internal combustion engines and knows the names and functions of all principal parts. (2) Demonstrate ability to: (i) Oiling & greasing the chassis points, and attend to oil level in the gearbox and back axle. (ii) Top up the battery. (iii) Adjust brakes. (iv) Replace a car wheel. (v) Check ignition timing, and clean and test sparking plugs. (vi) Dismantle, clean, reassemble, and adjust the carburetor. (3) Show how to maintain kilometer records of petrol consumption. (4) Be able to make a systematic check on the car that is unable to start and determine the underlying fault. (5) Hold a Driving License and drive a four-wheeler at least for 50 km.

Personality Development: 1. Cultivate pleasant manners traits skills, perseverance, tolerance, and confidence in the Rovers / Rangers. 2. Have knowledge of the subjects required for Personality Development and show your progress. 3. Have good communication skills. 4. Helped at least 5 members of your unit for their personality development.

Photographer : (1) Take and print eight separate subjects, two interiors, two landscapes, and two instantaneous photographs. (2) Have knowledge of the theory and use of lenses, construction of digital cameras, and Action of developers. (3) Prepare an Album in a soft copy or with a hard copy of the photographs of Rovers/Rangers activities and natural scenes. (4) Work as a photographer in any one event at the Local/ Dist/State or National level event of Bharat Scouts and Guides.

Pollution control: 1. Have knowledge about various types of pollution and how to control them. 2. Know about Government Departments, NGOs, and International agencies working for pollution control. 3. Prepare a poster or 20 slogans related to pollution problems. 4. Organise a campaign to control pollution in your locality. 5. Organise a quiz in school or in your locality and educate children about pollution control.

39. Population Education : (1) Educate people about (a) The rights of a child (b) the Adverse effects of having more children (i) On children, (ii) On the mother, (iii) On family, (iv) On community, (c) National problems because of population explosion. (2) Motivate five persons to accept Family Welfare Programme. (3) Promote a Family Planning drive in a locality where there is a need. (4) Arrange an exhibition with Posters, published by UNO on the subjects.

Public Speaker: 1. Prepare a list of important elements to be considered in public speaking and should know the level of audience to whom you are addressing. 2. Prepare a talk (write up) on any five of the following subjects: I. Social problems (dowry/female infanticide/ communal riots) II. Environmental issues III. Great political leaders of our country/world IV. Problems related to children (Child labor, child abuse, child marriages, V. Cultural variations in India VI. Role of Media in our Country VII. Religious tolerance VIII. Career development 3. Give a talk to a group of audience for 10 minutes on any subject of your Choice. 4. Give a talk to a group of audience for 15 minutes on any subject given by the examiner.

Rambler : (1) Attain competency to instruct a Scout in the requirements of following proficiency Badges of a Scout and prove that he has trained at least one Scout in it; Camper, Climber, Explorer, Hiker, Pioneer. (2) Must be qualified in first aid to the standard of Ambulance Man Badge of Scouts. (3) Walk, or make passage in a kayak or boat (Sailing or rowing) an aggregate of 161kms. (100 miles) or go 300 km by pedal cycle with an overnight stay, outside towns, during weekends or holiday hikes for 600 kms. Motorbike with a proper driving license with relevant papers, must keep a log of his journeys to be handed over, on completing a total of 161 or 300 km, this log should give dates, places, and distances and should preferably give information that would be of use to other hikers such as place of interest to be visited on the route, good camping places, sarais, and dharma shala, hint for finding a way at a difficult point, together with passage notes of boat journeys, with tidal or other useful information and plans of harbors, inland waterways, etc. Sketch maps and nature notes should be included.

Rock Climber: 1. Should have completed the age of 16 years. 2. Know and prepare the log book for different types of climbing techniques with gears used. 3. Know communication skills in case of emergency. 4. Knowledge of First Aid in case of emergency. 5. Hike at above 1200 meters height for a period of 05 days. 6. Enroll as a member of a Mountaineering Club / Institute and participate in the rock climbing program and submit the report with evidence. Or Participate in any National Adventure Programme organized by SHQ or NAI / NHQ Bharat Scouts & Guides and submit a report to the badge examiner.

Rural Worker : (i) Have detailed information about the village, such as the area, population, occupation, products, wells and other sources of water supply, traditions, the number of children of school age, and the number of literate persons. (ii) Have a general knowledge of village sanitation, (especially pertaining to preventable diseases) administration and village panchayat. (iii) Produce a record of continuous useful service (literacy, adult education, sanitation and cleanliness, farming, labor work, prohibition, games, etc.) to the village extending over a period of at least six months or have worked in a recognized village labor camp for at least a period of fifteen days. (iv) Help get at least 50 people checked for Leprosy. (v) Help at least 20 children to get immunized. (vi) Teach “Oral Rehydration Therapy” for at least 6 mothers. (vii) Organise or help in a campaign on eye care/dental care in your village/mohalla/slum. (viii) Teach neighbors the management of diarrhea and dysentery or delousing for men.

Sanitation Promoter: Make a survey in a given locality and help people in the following ways : (i) (a) Using clean water for drinking. (b) Demonstrate the process of filtering, boiling, and storing water. (c) Demonstrate the use of a charcoal water filter. (ii) Protecting grains from rats and other rodents. (iii) Protecting cooked food from flies, mosquitoes, dirt, etc. (iv) Showing the correct ways of disposing of the waste and use of compost pit. (v) Educating people about the dangers of defecating in the open. (vi) Erecting inexpensive and effective latrines. (vii) Convincing women on the use of Smokeless Chulhas. (viii) Enthusing people belonging to at least 25 houses to use health salts with the help of handbills/posters prepared by himself.

Second Knot: Know how to tie and the uses for each of these knots. a. Nautical Knot b. Carrick Bend c. Sailors Knots d. Monkey Fist Knot e. Hangman’s Knot 46. Self Defence: Choose Karate or Judo or Kungfoo A. Karate: A systematic sequential training in Karate under a qualified expert leading up to Karate Defense against grabbing attacks will be the requirement. Be able to demonstrate correctly any 2 of the following groups to the examiner. Group-A Warm-up exercises, Karate Stances, punching & striking techniques, Breathing techniques, and any 4 Karate forms. Defense against grabbing attack.Group-B Warm up exercise, Karate Stances, Defensive blocking Techniques, Breathing Techniques, Any 4 Karate forms. Defense against grabbing attacks. B. Judo: Attend a course of instruction by a qualified coach. (i) Be able to demonstrate and explain any two of the following : (a) Break falling to sides and rear and forward rolling. (b) Balance breaking. (c) Fundamental postures, tsugiashi and taisbaki. (d) A hip throw. (e) O-soto-gari. (f) Kesagatame. (ii) Have a knowledge of basic self-defense including: (a) At least six points of attack on the body. (b) Releases from wrist grips of front strangles. (c) Koongfoo: Earn White Belt of Koongfoo.

Soil Conservation : (1) Understand changes that happen on the surface of the earth e.g. Erosion. Transportation and Deposition and know its reasons. (2) Have general knowledge of problems of soil erosion, its danger, kind, causes, and methods of preventing these. (3) Study the problem of soil erosion and prepare a log giving information about various programs being carried out in the country regarding, soil conservation, afforestation and removal of water scarcity. Prepare a log based on his own observation and experience regarding local problems of soil conservation. He should have spent three months in the study. (4) Understand the importance of methods used for soil conservation such as Mer Bandi (tree plantation) or afforestation and filling up the gully (Khai Patan) etc. and must have given service in any of these projects of at least 24 hours. Produce a record of service rendered. (5) With the help of his Patrol plant at least ten saplings of fruit-bearing plants and look after these for three months. (6) Have general knowledge of the organization, work, and experiments of the Soil Conservation Board of his area. (7) Must have rendered 40 hours of service for soil conservation. (8) Should be able to understand the Theory of Balance of Nature and be able to explain it by two examples connected with animal life or vegetable life. Should know the causes and remedial efforts for the conservation of flora and fauna and should have participated in any scheme connected with it.

Sportsman: 1. Should read the life history of a great sportsman 2. Have knowledge of at least four National/International Sports rules. 3. Show proficiency in any two games of the following(one in each group). a. Hockey, Football, Tennis, Cricket, Badminton. b. Netball, Basketball, Throw Ball, Long jump, High jump. 4. Take 07 km. Walk in one hour & participate in block, district, or state-level games. or Undergo a three-month coaching camp under a qualified coach for any sport of your choice.

Tailor: 1. Must show knowledge of cutting out simple garments in cotton and woolen materials from patterns given at the examination. 2. Stitch the following and bring to the examiner: (a) A blouse or baby’s frock or shirt (b) A pair of knickers or a petticoat. 3. Know how to make buttonholes, set gathers in a bend or bind an edge, patch in cotton material, patterned print flannel, or woven material. 4. Be able to stitch your own uniform.

Web Safety: 1. Read the licensing agreement of the software before downloading or installing software. 2. Have a good knowledge of Anti Virus Software to be installed in your computer system/laptop and the procedure of Uninstalling. 3. Know the advantages and disadvantages of Internet 4. Know how to secure our computers from hacking. 5. Using at least two social media, promote the safety and security of internet users to at least 10 friends. 6. Undertake a web safety campaign in your locality for a period of Three months and submit the report to the examiner.

World Conservation: (1) Explain the meaning of the following terms. (i) Ecology (ii) Conservation (iii) Balance of nature (iv) Life Chain (v) Life Cycle (vi) Biosides (vi) Recycling (vii) Photosynthesis (viii) Organic and inorganic material (ix) Humus. 2. Make a drawing that shows how oxygen moves in a cycle. 3. Give an example illustrating ecological interrelationship – how man, animal, vegetation, and other sources are depending on each other. 4. Demonstrate knowledge of the effect of forest fires, the effect of water pollution, and the activities of mankind in general on wildlife. 5. Tell a few causes of the flood and state some methods of flood control. 6. Show that he knows major organizations and institutions in the country concerned with conservation. 7. Know the location of major nature reserves in the country and why they have been kept. 8. Show that he is familiar with the main conservation laws of the country. 9. Do two of the following: (i) Take part in a project arranged by the World Wild Life Fund or the International Union of Conservation of Nature (IUCN), spending at least 24 hours, not exceeding eight hours at a time. (ii) Take an active part in major conservation projects spending at least 40 hours. (iii) Take the initiative to carry out one of the following conservation projects himself. (a) An anti-litter campaign (b) restoration and or beautification of a piece of land, (c) muster public opinion through an information campaign, (d) make posters, (e) arrange demonstrations (f) prepare and set up an exhibition, (g) prepare handouts. 10. Do one of the following: (i) Spend at least two periods, of four hours each with a Forest Ranger or a Conservation officer and make a report on his observation over the periods. (ii) Attend a camp of not less than three days duration during which conservation and nature study form a main part of his program. (iii) Complete a special conservation task developed and decided by him and his examiner. Note: The badge is accompanied by a certificate signed by the State Chief Commissioner. The badge is worn on the left sleeve of the shirt below the Rashtrapati Rover Award.

World Friendship: (1) Have a knowledge of the geography, history, and people of at least three countries other than his own. (2) Have corresponded regularly for not less than one year (at least nine letters) with a Rover of some other country. (3) Have some knowledge of the organization and activities of the World Organisation of Scout Movement and Prepare a log book on the International aspect of Scouting. (4) Have done at least three of the following: (i) Have kept an album or scrapbook for at least one year giving illustrated information on Rover articles, sports, culture, national affairs, and home life of another country. (ii) Know the purpose and organization of the United Nations Organisation, the function of its principal subsidiary agencies, the main points of the United Nations Charter, main principles of the Declaration of Human Rights and be able to explain these in simple terms. (iii) Have taken part in some practical activity of international character such as collection and distribution of relief supplies or assisted in some project of a non-partisan organization for promotion or world brotherhood. (iv) Entertain in his home for not less than three days a Rover from overseas. (v) Write a short essay on some aspects of contemporary World affairs.

53. World Scout Environment: The World Scout Environment Badge is an international award, All Scouts around the world will wear the badge on the uniform to demonstrate Scouting’s concern for, and active stewardship of, the environment. Requirements:- 1. People and natural systems have clean water and clean air. Visit your community’s water treatment facilities. Determine the sources of clean water in your local community. B Research the air quality in your local community. 2. Sufficient natural habitat exists to support native species. Visit an appropriate natural area and remain outside for 36 hours. Observe the changes that take place over this period by keeping a log of weather, light, sounds, smells, animals, birds, etc. B Walk through a natural area of about 1 hectare, noting how the plants and animals are interconnected. 3. The risk of harmful substances to people and the environment are minimized. Observe and create an inventory of the chemicals commonly used in your community. B Explore the impact of harmful substances on local people. C Learn about specialized training that emergency preparedness organizations undertake and take a basic level course of this training. • Emergency first aid,72-hour emergency kits, Search and rescue, Provincial emergency measures, Wilderness first aid. D Select a local environmental issue that relates to previous learning and to your local environment. Aims, Policy, Rules & Organisation 197 54. Yoga Instructor: Undergo the basic training of a Yoga Instructor. 1. Have a general knowledge about Yoga asana as an indigenous system of exercise for the general health of a person both in body and mind. 2. Demonstrate as an instructor for your crew/team members about alignment and how to avoid injuries. 3. Learn how to teach a yoga class as a workout. 4. Should have practiced yoga asana regularly for at least three months. 5. Should be able to demonstrate correctly to the satisfaction of the examiner. 6. Prepare a booklet on the History of yoga and Yoga asana within a period of three months. After approval by the examiner, the same may be distributed in yoga classes.

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REGIONAL HQ:- Central Regional HQ - New Delhi,  Eastern Regional HQ- New Delhi, North East Regional HQ- New Delhi, Northern Regional HQ - New Delhi, Southern Regional HQ-New Delhi, Western Regional HQ- New Delhi, National Adventure Institute - Madhya Pradesh, National Youth Adventure Institute- Haryana, National Adventure Institute- West Bengal.

STATE HQ:- Bharat Scouts & Guides Chhattisgarh STATE HQ,  Bharat Scouts & Guides Railway State HQ- Jabalpur, Bharat Scouts & Guides MP State HQ- Bopal, Bharat Scouts & Guides Rajasthan State HQ- Jaipur,  Bharat Scouts & Guides Western Railway State HQ- Jaipur,  Bharat Scouts & Guides South East Central Railway State HQ- Bilaspur, Bharat Scouts & Guides Bihar State HQ- Patna, Bharat Scouts & Guides Eastern Railway State HQ- Kolkata, Bharat Scouts & Guides East Central Railway HQ- Bihar, Bharat Scouts & Guides East Coast HQ- Odisha, Bharat Scouts & Guides Jarkhand State HQ, Bharat Scouts & Guides Odisha State HQ- Bhubaneshwar, Bharat Scouts & Guides South Eastern Railway State HQ-Kolkata, Bharat Scouts & Guides Arunachal Pradesh State HQ- Naharlagun, Bharat Scouts & Guides Assam State HQ- Guwahati, Bharat Scouts & Guides Manipur State HQ-West Imphal, Bharat Scouts & Guides Meghalaya State HQ- Shillong, Bharat Scouts & Guides Mizoram State HQ- Aizawl, Bharat Scouts & Guides Nagaland State HQ-Kohima, Bharat Scouts & Guides SIKKIM HQ- East Sikkim, Bharat Scouts & Guides Tripura State HQ-Agarthala , Bharat Scouts & Guides North East Frontier State HQ-Guwahati, Bharat Scouts & Guides Haryana State HQ- Chandigarh, Bharat Scouts & Guides Himachal Pradesh State HQ- Shimla, Bharat Scouts & Guides- Jammu & Kashmir State HQ- Jammu, Bharat Scouts & Guides Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan State HQ- New Delhi, Bharat Scouts & Guides Delhi State HQ-New Delhi, Bharat Scouts & Guides Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti State HQ-Noida, Bharat Scouts & Guides Northern Railway State HQ-New Delhi, Bharat Scouts & Guides North central Railway State HQ- Allahanad (UP), Bharat Scouts & Guides North Eastern Railway State HQ- Gorakhpur, Bharat Scouts & Guides Punjab State HQ-Chandigarh, Bharat Scouts & Guides Uttarakhand State HQ - Dehradun, Bharat Scouts & Guides Uttar Pradesh State HQ- Lucknow, Bharat Scouts & Guides Chandigarh State HQ-Chandigrah, Bharat Scouts & Guides Andaaman & Nicobar State HQ- Port Blair, Bharat Scouts & Guides Andhra Pradesh State HQ - Vijayawada, Bharat Scouts & Guides Karnataka State HQ-Bangalore, Bharat Scouts & Guides kerala State HQ- Thiruvanathapuram, Bharat Scouts & Guides Puducherry State HQ- Lawspet, Bharat Scouts & Guides Southern Railway HQ- Chennai, Bharat Scouts & Guides South Central Railway State HQ- Secunderabad, Bharat Scouts & Guides South Western Railway State HQ-Hubli, Bharat Scouts & Guides Tamil Nadu State HQ- Chennai, Bharat Scouts & Guides  Telangana State HQ-Hyderabad, Bharat Scouts & Guides Central Railway State HQ-Mumbai, Bharat Scouts & Guides Goa State Hq-Panaji, Bharat Scouts & Guides Dadar & Nagar Haveli State HQ- Silvassa, Bharat Scouts & Guides Gujarat State HQ- Ahmedabad, Bharat Scouts & Guides maharashtra State HQ- Mumbai, Bharat Scouts & Guides Western Railway State Hq- Mumbai, Bharat Scouts & Guides National Adventure Institute -Pachmarhi,  Bharat Scouts & Guides-National Youth Adventure Institute -Gadpuri (Haryana), Bharat Scouts & Guides- National Youth Adventure Institute- Darjeeling

STATE TRAINING CENTRE:-

Dr. Annie Besant Scouts & Guides- Bangalore Rural, Kondajji  Basappa Scouts & Guides-Davanagere, BS&G STC -Tripura, UP BS&G STC -Allahabad, UP BS&G STC-Sheetlakhet (U.K)

INTERNATIONAL UNIT:-

BS&G " International Indian School- Dammam "- Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia, The Indian School -Bahrain,- Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia, Dubai Modern High School -Dubai U.A.E., Indian School Muscat- Sultanate Of Oman

WORLD ORGANISATION OF SCOUT / GUIDE:-

WOSM- World Organisation Of Scout Movement- Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), World Scout Bureau Asia- Pacific Support Centre- Philippines, WAGGGS-  World Association Of Girl Guides & Girl Scouts - London (United Kingdom),  

 

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  2. Know the natural history of the disease.
  3. Know the steps taken by the health authorities towards preve
  4. Plan a program for public awareness regarding
  1. The dangers of contracting the disease.
  2. Modes of Transmission.
  3. To dispel myths and disinformation regarding HIV infection and AIDS.
  4. Methods of prevention in the Individual and in the Community.
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