Bulbul and Guides of St. Paul’s Guide company

“Once a Guide ,Always a Guide” – by Lady BP

 The Bharat Scouts and Guides (BSG) is the national Scouting and Guiding association of India. “Be Prepared “ is the watch word of Guides means “you are always in a state of readiness in mind and body to do your duty.” Guides are trained to do their Duty to God, to Country and the people are the three fold promises they include in their life.

Today almost every country in the world has presence of Scouting and Guiding organization. Through its activities like community services, integration camps, exchange programs, outdoor activities, the Scout movement aims to inspire youth to contribute positively in the development of nation and the society. Guiding achieves its purpose of helping young people develop physically, intellectually, socially, and spiritually. Guiding  is all about building confidence and self-esteem, learning important life skills and leadership skills, team building, outdoor adventure, education, and fun!

St. Paul’s guide company of our school has more than 100 Guide students every year. More than 300 Guides have received Rashtrapathi Award from our Honorable Governor of India and more than 400 Guides received Rajya puraskar award from Our Honorable Governor of Karnataka.

Kum. Sunidhi M Ghatikar , is the first Guide of Our school represented Karnataka and received Rashtrapathi Award from Honorable Governor Shri Pranab Mukherjee. on behalf of all the other Rashtrapathi Guides.

Kum.Sanjana, Represented Davangere District and receiving Rajya Puraskar award from Honorable Governor of Karnataka Shri T. N. Chaturvedi on behalf of Rajya Puraskar Guides.

Guides Participating in National Jamboree held at Andhra Pradesh representing Karnataka.

Kum. Sanjana Shanbog, Participated International Jamboree at Srilanka.

Guides participating in Swachh Bharath programme


Kum. Sweekruthi K. Guide Student participated in World Scout Jamboree held at West Virginia, America from 22nd July to August 2nd , 2019 and gave the cultural programme and Received appreciation award.