BSG holds induction-cum-Tritiya Sopan award ceremony

BSG holds induction-cum-Tritiya Sopan award ceremony
Scouts and guides with DC and other officials. (NP)
Correspondent KOHIMA, AUG 3 (NPN) | Publish Date: 8/3/2019 11:50:32 AM IST

Bharat Scouts and Guides (BSG) held induction-cum-Tritiya Sopan award ceremony at the DC conference hall, Kohima on August 3. 

Thejawelie Gregory Sote, deputy commissioner was inducted as president, Kohima District Bharat Scouts and Guides while Mary Zhimomi (DEO) was inducted as Kohima District chief commissioner. 

Appollos, district training commissioner (S) in his welcome address informed that Tritiya Sopan was the highest award for the scouts and guides at the district level and congratulated the achievers. He further informed that the Rajya Purushkar award is awarded by the Governor, which should be the next aim for the achievers and finally, the Rashtrapati award at the national level. 

DC in his speech thanked the Bharat Scouts and Guides (BSG) for the honour and assured his cooperation and support for the movement. Sote called upon the achievers to not just be content with the award but to strive towards the next higher level such as the Rajya Puraskar and the Rashtrapati award. “If all are sincere, you can all achieve it”, he added.  

He stated that by joining the BSG, a person pledges to do service to God, family, society and self and “to maintain peace and security depends on what contributions, you and I do today”. 

Maintaining that the scouts and guides was an international movement, he exhorted that, the dedicated will one day have the opportunity to interact with others at the international level. 

He, however lamented that the enrolment of BSG was going down in recent years and maintained that now, the task is how to enroll more members into the fold. He called upon them to strive for more membership so that there was more scope in terms of their works and influence. 

Khrisanyü Pienyü, district organizing commissioner (S) chaired and led the induction ceremony. In his speech, he maintained that the scouts and guides as a worldwide movement has 165 countries presently involved, with 20 million scouts and guides all over the world. 

The ceremony saw a total of 28 guides and 23 scouts who were awarded the Tritiya Sopan. 

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