The Bharat Scout and Guides is a voluntary organization. It is devoted to the development of the character of the young generation and selfless service of the country. From this session around new young adult will be enrolled as Rover and Ranger. They will be given training of leadership for the service of the motherland and mankind.
Rover Scouting is a service division of Scouting for young men, and in most countries, women. A group of Rovers, analogous to a Scout troop, is called a 'Crew.' The section was started in 1918, following the successful growth of the Scout Movement, and was intended to provide a Scouting programme for young men who had grown up beyond the age range of the core Scout section. It was quickly adopted by the national Scouting organisations around the world. Since Rover Scouting began, it has undergone many changes. Some national Scouting organisations no longer include a Rovering programme, but have replaced it with other programmes. In many of these countries, there are alternative Scouting organisations who maintain the original programme. Despite the differences in programmes, all organisations continue to provide a programme for young men, and sometimes women, into their early 20s.
The Scout and Guides is based on the principle: “DUTY TO GOD, DUTY TO OTHERS AND DUTY TO SELF”.