Badiyadka: Kasaragodu district level scouts and guides camp was conducted for 3 days in Shree Bharathi Vidyapeetha, Munjagavu. On Sunday, the third day of camp, history and legacy of the country were displayed. While Manjeshwara sub divisional education officer Sri Dinesh V. hosted the programme, Gram Panchayat member Sri Harish Gatti inaugurated the exhibition. Educationist and district head of Sirigannada Vedike Sri V. B. Kulamarva was also present.
Manjeshwara Block Panchayat President Sri A. K. M. Ashraf was the guest invitee who attended the closing ceremony of the camp. ‘Lessons learnt as a student guides us to lead a very smooth life in the future. Experiences help us to shape our life. By teaching independence, cleanliness and courage, scouts and guides play a prominent role in nation building. Starting from Swami Vivekananda till our former President and missile man Kalam, they have shown to the world what India is and how capable she is. Inspiration from such people should guide the younger generation,’ said Mr. Ashraf during his speech.
“Mini camporee has come out very well by the campers who have arrived in large numbers from various parts of the district,” said Kumbale Gram Panchayat Standing Committee President Sri A. K. Arif who also presided over the programme.
Guides officers Smt Ashalatha, Smt. Usha P. T., Sri Sabu Thomas, administrator of the school Sri Shyam Bhat Darbemarga were present during the program. During the occasion, guides trainers Smt. Reshma and Smt. Vinutha were honoured.
Chief convener of camp managing committee Sri S. N. Rao Munnippadi welcomed everyone and also thanked the officers for having permitted to conduct such camp in a school which provides panchamukhi education (five-pronged system of education). Scouts district secretary Sri Kiran Prasad Koodlu during his vote of thanks expressed that the camp has been conducted very hugely and said that the entire credit goes to the school led by SriSamsthana. Not only did the school provide excellent facility, food and vast space for all the activities, but the school stood as an example for conducting the camp without any shortcomings and grievance, he added.
Kumbale Gram Panchayat member Sri Harish Gatti, president of Rakshaka Shikshaka Sangha of school Sri Purushottam Acharya, south zone scouting head Sri Prashant witnessed the program and wished luck. District scout commissioner Sri Gurumurthy Naikapu and Sri Ajit managed the entire program.