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Bangladesh Scouts বাংলাদেশ স্কাউটস Headquarters 60 Anjuman Mufidul Islam Road, Kakrail, Dhaka-1000 Country Bangladesh Founded 1972 Membership 1,015,116 Chief Scout Md. Zillur Rahman Chief National Commissioner Md. Abul Kalam Azad Affiliation World Organization of the Scout Movement Website Bangladesh Scouts Scouting portal The Bangladesh Scouts (Bengali: বাংলাদেশ স্কাউটস) is the national Scouting organization of Bangladesh. Scouting was founded in Bangladesh as part of the British Indian branch of The Scout Association, and continued as part of the Pakistan Boy Scouts Association until the country's divided sections split in 1971 during the Bangladesh Liberation War. Following its independence, Bangladesh became an independent member of the World Organization of the Scout Movement in 1974. The organization has 1,015,116 members as of 2011.[1] Contents 1 History 2 Outreach 3 Program and ideals 3.1 Promise 3.2 Law 3.3 Motto 4 Uniform 5 Training Center 6 National Scout Jamborees 7 See also 8 References 9 External links History Historic membership badge of the India branch of the Scout Association (note: modern Bangladesh is included in the map) Scouting in modern Bangladesh started as part of the British Indian branch of The Scout Association. After the partition of India, the "East Pakistan Boy Scout Association" was formed as an regional association within the Pakistan Boy Scouts Association. In 1958, the second National Jamboree of the Pakistan Boy Scouts Association was held at Chittagong with 4,000 participants. The fifth National Jamboree of the Pakistan Boy Scouts Association in 1969 used the grounds of the new training center of the East Pakistan Boy Scouts Association at Mouchak.[2] During the Bangladesh Liberation War, in April 1971, members of the renamed "Bangladesh Boy Scout Association" volunteered to carry the mail from the Bangladesh Army field post offices to the nearest Post Office in India.[3] In 1972, the Bangladesh Boy Scout Association was officially formed as successor of the East Pakistan Boy Scout Association.[4] Bangladesh became an independent member of the World Organization of the Scout Movement in 1974.[4] Both predecessors, the British Indian branch of The Scout Association as well as the Pakistan Boy Scouts Association were also members of the World Organization of the Scout Movement during their activity in modern Bangladesh. The organization changed its name to "Bangladesh Scouts" in 1978. Since 1994, girls are accepted as members.[4] Outreach Scouting has grown over the years in the face of considerable difficulties. Scouts are involved in community service, major areas being agriculture, health and sanitation, child welfare, community development, construction and repair of low cost housing and sports. During national disasters, such as the many floods that strike Bangladesh, Scouts are called to help with flood control, relocation of citizens and organizing shelters. Membership is open to youth between 6 and 25 years of age, regardless of caste, creed or color. The Scouts receive strong support from the government, which recognized Scouting's value in citizenship training. By 2013, Bangladesh Scouts envisions to grow membership by 1.5 million by offering challenging youth programme through a value based educational system, in partnership with government, agencies and community towards building a better world.[citation needed] Program and ideals President's Scout Award, the highest award for Scouts Cub Scouts - ages 6 to 11 Scouts - ages 11 to 17 Rover Scouts - ages 17 to 25 The membership badge of the Bangladesh Scouts incorporates elements of the flag of Bangladesh as well as the crescent moon as a symbol of service and the white background is the symbol of peace. Promise আমি আমার আত্মমর্যাদার উপর নির্ভর করে প্রতিজ্ঞা করছি যে, আল্লাহ ও আমার দেশের প্রতি কর্তব্য পালন করতে সর্বদা অপরকে সাহায্য করতে স্কাউট আইন মেনে চলতে আমি আমার যথাসাধ্য চেষ্টা করব On my honour, I promise that I will do my best to do my duty To God and my country To help other people at all times To obey the Scout laws Law      ১. স্কাউট আত্মমর্যাদায় বিশ্বাসী,      ২. স্কাউট সকলের বন্ধু,      ৩. স্কাউট বিনয়ী ও অনুগত,      ৪. স্কাউট জীবের প্রতি সদয়,      ৫. স্কাউট সদা প্রফুল্ল,      ৬. স্কাউট মিতব্যয়ী,      ৭. স্কাঊট চিন্তা, কথা ও কাজে নির্মল A Scout's honour is to be trusted, A Scout is a friend to all, A Scout is courteous and obedient, A Scout is kind to animals, A Scout is cheerful at all times, A Scout is thrifty, A Scout is clean in thought,word and deed Motto The Scout Motto is "সেবার জন্য সদা প্রস্তুত থাকতে যথাসাধ্য চেষ্টা করা", meaning "Do our best to be prepared for service" Uniform of the Bangladesh Scouts Uniform Male Cub Scouts, Scouts, Rover Scouts and adult leaders wear a specific uniform after taking oath as a member of Scout Movement. Cub Scout, Scout, Rover Scout and adult leader wear an ash colored shirt and deep navy blue trousers; girls wear an ash colored dress, deep navy blue trousers and orna. Adult female leaders wear an ash colored sari with deep navy blue blouse. Everybody has to wear black shoe, navy blue cap, and specific scarf with the uniform. Every scout must have to wear there group scarf Training Center The National Scout Training Center (NSTC) is at Mouchak, Gazipur. It includes a Scout Museum inaugurated in November 2007. There are also 4 Regional Scout Training Centers (RSTC) at: Lokkhonabond, Sylhet Rupatoly, Barisal Lalmai, Comilla Pulerhat, Khulna National Scout Jamborees Name Date Place 1st National Scout Jamboree 21–29 January 1978 NSTC, Mouchak, Gazipur 2nd National Scout and 5th APR Jamboree 30 December 1980 - 6 January 1981 NSTC, Mouchak, Gazipur 3rd National Scout Jamboree 28 December 1985 - 4 January 1986 NSTC, Mouchak, Gazipur 4th National Scout Jamboree 27 December 1989 - 3 January 1990 NSTC, Mouchak, Gazipur 5th National Scout and 14th APR Jamboree 5–12 January 1994 NSTC, Mouchak, Gazipur 6th National Scout Jamboree 5–11 February 1999 NSTC, Mouchak, Gazipur 7th National Scout and 4th SAARC Jamboree 5–12 January 2004 NSTC, Mouchak, Gazipur 8th National Scout Jamboree 14–22 January 2010 NSTC, Mouchak, Gazipur See also Bangladesh Girl Guides Association References ^ "Triennal review: Census as at 1 December 2010". World Organization of the Scout Movement. http://scout.org/en/content/download/22261/199900/file/Census.pdf. Retrieved 2011-01-13.  ^ "Pakistan Scouts Silver Jubilee Jamboree (November 11, 1973)". http://paknetmag.blogspot.com/2009/09/pakistan-scouts-silver-jubilee-jamboree.html. Retrieved 2011-01-19.  ^ Keith Larson. "Bangladesh Boy Scout Mail". Scouts on Stamps Society International. http://www.sossi.org/local/bdesh.htm. Retrieved 2011-01-19.  ^ a b c "History of Bangladesh Scouts". Pakistan Philatelic Net Club. http://banglascouts.150m.com/history.htm. Retrieved 2011-01-19.  External links Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Bangladesh Scouts Official website v · d · eMembers of the Asia-Pacific Scout Region of the World Organization of the Scout Movement Full members Australia · Bangladesh · Bhutan · Brunei · Cambodia · Republic of China (Taiwan) · Fiji · Hong Kong · India · Indonesia · Japan · Kiribati · South Korea · Malaysia · Maldives · Mongolia · Nepal · New Zealand · Pakistan · Papua New Guinea · Philippines · Singapore · Sri Lanka · Thailand Associate members Macau · French Polynesia Potential members Afghanistan · East Timor · People's Republic of China (mainland) · Iran · Nauru · Samoa · Solomon Islands · Tonga · Tuvalu · Vanuatu · Vietnam Without Scouting Burma · North Korea · Laos