Scheme for Advancement of a Rover

Scheme for Advancement of a Rover

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(i) A boy of fifteen years of age can be admitted as a Rover Aspirant.

(ii) A Rover Aspirant can be invested as a Rover.

(iii) A Rover Aspirant will work at least for three months to complete Pravesh test before investiture.

(iv) A Pravesh Rover will work at least for six months to qualify for Nipun Badge.

(v) A Nipun Rover will work at least for nine months to qualify for Rajya Puraskar Rover Badge.

(vi) A Rajya Puraskar Rover will work at least for one year to qualify for Rashtrapati Rover Award.

(vii) Efficiency Cords: Rover Efficiency Cords are made of chiffon threads specially designed will be supplied by N.H.Q. It will be worn under the right shoulder strap extending the cord to the top of right pocket stitched horizontally just above the BSG Stripe.

  • 1. After Nipun Badge, a Rover may earn more proficiency badges.
  • 2. If a Nipun Rover earns seven proficiency badges in all shall be awarded Yellow Cord by the Dist. Chief Commissioner
  • 3. If a Rajya Puraskar Rover earns twelve proficiency badges in all shall be awarded Purple Cord by the Dist. Chief Commissioner
  • 4. If a Rashtrapati Rover earns five proficiency badges not earned before shall be awarded Tri Colour (Blue, Green & Red) Cord by the Dist. Chief Commissioner in a ceremonial function following soon after the award of a Cord
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