Sri Chamundi Scout Group

SCSG is a 102 year old Scouting open unit located in the heart of Malleswaram, Bangalore. SCSG is the oldest existing open unit in the country. Apart from scouting, SCSG is actively involved in variety of community development and philanthropic events.

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Scouting is all about service & doing good turn

The Scout movement, also known as Scouting was founded by Lord Baden Powell of Gilwell in 1907. Sri Chamundi Scout Group also known as 21st Bangalore is one of the oldest open units in India. Founded in the year 1918 by Sri M.H.Ramachandra Rao. Under the guidance of Sri K Narasimha Murthy, our group trains boys and girls of all age groups in various fields such as first aid, pioneering, leadership skills and of course the main thing being discipline.


Sri Chamundi Scout Group’s vision is to keep alive the Spirit of Scout & Guide fundamentals and to bring Scouting and Guiding movement spirit into communities in which we live.


Sri Chamundi Scout Group’s mission is to impart humanity, mental alertness, moral straightness and higher ethics associated with skilled training to suit modern day scouting.


Sri Chamundi Scout Group’s motto is ‘Work & Win’, which essentially means that boys & girls must be willing to work hard in order to achieve their goals and to succeed in their lives.

SCSG is a community driven organization

Our scout group carries utmost glory and functions 365 days of the year with a focused goal of nurturing youngsters  into responsible citizens through the most experiential and effective way of life. Right from the day of our inception, Sri Chamundi Scout Group is doing yeoman service for the society and youths of the country in many constructive fields.

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A group of boys who has completed five but not ten years of age is eligible to become a Cub. Cubs represent baby animals. Cubs are collectively addressed as ‘Pack’. The leader of Cubs is termed as ‘Cub Master’.


In scouting movement, group of girls aging from 5 to 10 is termed as Bulbuls. Bulbuls represent a family of singing birds. Bulbuls are collectively addressed as ‘Flock’. The leader of the Bulbuls is termed as ‘Flock Leader’.


A boy who has completed 10 but not 17 years of age is eligible to become a Scout. Scouts are collectively addressed as ‘Troop’. The leader of Scouts is termed as ‘Scout Master’.


Group of girls aged between 10 and 17 are termed as Guides. Guides are collectively addressed as ‘Company’. The leader of Guides is termed as ‘Company Leader’.