BSG

CAMPING
SLEEP OUTDOORS UNDER A SHELTER

a) PURPOSE

1. MEET THE BOY’S/GIRL DESIRE FOR AN OPEN AIR LIFE.
2. INDIVIDUAL/COLLECTIVE TRG. IN CHARACTER & SKILLS
3. PROVIDING INITIATIVE FOR PHYSICAL & MORAL DEVELOPMENT


b) TYPES OF CAMPS

1. EDUCATIONAL CAMP.
2. RECREATIONAL CAMP.
3. SOCIAL SERVICE CAMP.
4. TRAINING CAMP.
5. TESTING CAMP.


c) SELECTION OF CAMPSITE

d) ORGANISATION OF CAMP

1. PLANNING- WHAT - WHY – WHERE – WHEN – WHO – HOW.
2. INFORMATION-
a) PERMISSION
b) CAMPSITE & ADDRESS
c) BUDGET
d) PERIOD
e) MEDICAL FITNESS
f) CAMP PROGRAMME
g) MENU & MATERIAL (FOOD)
h) INDIVIDUAL & GROUP ARTICLES / MATERIALS


E) CAMP EQUIPMENT

INDIVIDUAL

BEDDING, PERSONAL CLOTH (AS PER WEATHER) SHOES, UNIFORM, SANITARY REQUISITES, PLATE, MUG, SPOON, KNIFE, FIRST AID / MEDICINE, NOTE BOOK-PEN, READING, MATERIAL, NEEDLE / THREAD / BUTTONS, MEALS, COMPASS, P-CAP, STAFF (STAVES), KNOTTING ROPE.

PATROL

TENT, GROUND SHEET, TORCH, SPADE & AXE, BUCKET’S, ROPES, MALLET, CANDLE, COOKING UTENSILS, FLAG & POLE.

HIKING

HIKING IS NOTHING BUT WALKING WITH A PURPOSE FROM PLACE TO ANOTHER PLACE - STAY & HAVE MEALS.

STAY FOR SOME TIME IS NECESSARY.

TYPES OF HIKE

BY INDIVIDUAL OR PATROL OR GROUP.
1. EXPLORATION HIKE
2. TREKKING HIKE
3. PICNIC HIKE
4. LONG HIKE – 15 To 25 K.M.
5. DAY / NIGHT HIKE
6. OVERNIGHT HIKE
7. BACK PACK
PLANNING – AS IN CAMPING

RULES (DO’S & DON’TS)

1. LEADER & SECOND
2. LESS WEIGHT
3. MAP IS MUST
4. SELECTION OF RIGHT HIKERS
5. FIRST INSTANCE LESS DISTANCE
6. WALK ON RIGHT SIDE OF ROAD IF NO FOOT PATH
7. WALK ON HILL SIDE
8. DON’T DISTURB NATURE & OTHERS
9. DURING NIGHT – WHITE CAP/CLOTH WILL BE GOOD.
10. NO OVER CONFIDENCE
11. DRINK LESS WATER BUT OWN
12. LESS FOOD
13. SCOUT / GUIDE LAW
14. FIRST-AID KIT IS MUST
15. AVOID FUN / TALKING IN A DANGEROUS ROUTE
16. DON’T LEAVE ANY BODY ALONE
17. Prepare yourself by undergoing regular exercise for atleast 2 hours for 15 days before going for trekking
18. COMFORTABLE SHOES


LEAVE ONLY TWO THINGS AT THE CAMPSITE:-
1. NOTHING
2. THANKS TO LANDLORD