Gramin Mahila Mahavidyalaya



 Introduction – Rangering is the senior wing of Scouting and Guiding. Rangering was started by founder of the scouting movement Lord Powell in 1919. Any regular student of College/ University between the age group of 16 be enlisted as Ranger (Girl). A unit consists of 24 Rangers called ranger team. Rangering is a uniformed activity.

Aim – To create a better World                              

Objectives – Rangering is an international voluntary non movement for youths. The purpose of the movement is to contribute towards the development of young people in achieving Spiritual potential as an individual as well as responsible citizens and members of Local, National and International community, through several community service campaigns.

Principle – Duty to God, Duty to others & Country, Duty to self.

Motto –  Selfless Service to Others.

Membership – A Ranger team is under the leadership of ranger leader (Lecturer female) registered in college. Any regular student (girl) can join Ranger Team. If member is exceeding 24 in a unit, a new (Ranger Team) can be framed.

Qualification, Certificate and Badges -A girl on completion of 16 years of age  is eligible to be Ranger after three months of joining Crew/Team. She shall be known as Pravesh Ranger. A “Pravesh Ranger” is eligible to become a “Praveen Ranger” and achieve certificate badge after qualifying through the concerned syllabus. This certificate has the weightage of a District level certificate.

 After completing one year, State Level certificate termed as “Nipun Ranger” is given to them and afterwards on completing one year a National Level Certificate “Rashtrapati Award” is given. After achieving Rashtrapati award- Rangers can continue in the unit for passing various proficiency badges up to 25 years of age as a regular student.

Camps – Rangering Provide various types of training related to the personality development like Leadership, Discipline, Social Service, Disaster Management, First Aid, Firefighting, Community Development Programme, Civil Defence and Environment Conservation etc. through camps at District/State/National Level.

Activities – Hiking & Trekking, Mountaineering and adventure camps are also organized regularly at State/National level. There are opportunities to participate in Inter National Programmes.

Ranger Leader at Gramin Mahila Mahavidyalaya: Mrs. Sangeeta Khichar

Competitions –

State Level Inter college Ranger moot/meet

National level Uprashtrapati Shield competition.
National level Ranger moot/meet

 To participate in Various Camps expenditure is borne by the college funds. Expenditure at the National Level Camps is borne by Scout Guide National Association