First Appellate Authority
State Organizing Commissoiner

Email: info@thescouts.co.in
Address: 1St floor, Opp Meeseva, Malkarjgiri X Road, Hyderabad-Telangana

Regulation of fee and cost under Right To Information Act, 2005

In accordance with the provisions contained in Section 2(h) of the Right to Information Act 2005 (Act 22 of 2005). The documents as under –

  • Particulars of their organisation, function and duties 
  • Powers and duties of their officers and employees 
  • Rules, relulations, instructions, manuals and records, held by them or under their control or used by their employees for discharging their functions
  • Particulars of any arrangement that exists for consultation with, or representation by, the members of the public in relation to the formulation of their policy or implementation thereof 
  • All relevant facts while formulating important policies or announcing the decisions which affect public
  • Statment of the boards, councils, committees and other bodies consisting of two or more persons constituted as their part or for the purpose of advice, and as to whether meetings of those boards, councils, committees and other bodies are open to the public, or the minutes of such meetings are accessible for public 
  • Directory of their officers and employees. 
  • Monthly remuneration received by each of their officers and employees, including the system of compensation as provided in their relulation.
  • Budget allocation within the organisatons, indicating the particulars of all plans, proposed expenditures and reports on disbursements made.
  • Particulars of recipients of concession, permits or authorization granted by them
  • Particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining information, including the working hours of a library or reading room, if maintained for public use etc.
  • Such other information as may be prescribed.


No organization can operate without clearly defined rules and procedures. This page will help to explain
some of our rules. While this is hardly the place to publish all the detailed policies of the organization, we
would like to point out at least some of the highlights:
The organization abides in all its operations and policies by the Traditional Scout Law and our PO&R.
We do not actively solicit members of other Scouting organizations to change their membership or
affiliation. We recognize that "membership poaching" works both ways, creates animosity and in the end
does not benefit anyone, least of all the Scouting & Guiding Movement. We respect the choices other
Scouts make in the ways they play the Game. The important point is to play the game, regardless of
We do welcome as a member anyone who supports the traditional methods of Scouting, who is willing to
abide by the Policy, Organization and Rules of our organization and who is willing make the Scout/Guide
Promise and to abide by the Scout/Guide Law.
Membership in our organization is open to any person, adult, boy or girl of any racial, caste or national
origin, religious affiliation or cultural or economic background. We welcome new members from minorities
and provide them with all the support they need to ensure their full and equal membership in the
Traditional Scouting/Guiding family.
We endeavor to make Scouting affordable to everyone by doing all we can to keep our costs to the
absolute minimum. Uniforms and other program supplies are available to our members from our own
Quartermaster's Stores at cost with no mark-up. Program manuals are supplied exclusively in electronic
form, either by download or on a CD. This allows us to distribute any newly updated versions of the
manuals at negligible cost to the association or the section leaders who use them.

All of our leaders and other volunteers who have direct contact with children must undergo our admissions
process which includes police record checks, personal references and provisional membership under the
direct supervision of an existing member. A more detailed description of the volunteer screening process is
outlined elsewhere on this website.
Further details are available on request from the National Secretary/Chief Commissioner.
           That the Scouts/Guides Organisation is facing great trouble to conduct the activities among the
youths due to unclear policy of Government of India and, no proper  encouragement. Consequently the
scout and guide programme.  The Government of India encouraged these activities by granting  grant in
aid by the Ministry on year to year  basis for selected activities such as organization of training camps, skill
development programmes, holding of jamborees and other activities like audit literacy, environment
conservation, community service, health awareness and promotion of hygiene and sanitation.”  
         With a view to maintain peace and harmony and promote the national integration through
scouts/guides activities among the youths, The Scouts/Guides Organization, has been conducting various
activities for strategic development of youths at all over the nation.
         That The Scouts/Guides Organization, is having  its   General Headquarter  at     A-1/1, Rama Park,
Uttam nagar,  New Delhi-110059    (India),  and  this  is the life time  member of World Federation of
Independent Scouts, Germany  (WFIS) one of the international umbrella organization..
           That the Concept  and ideal of scouting and  guiding is a brain child of   Robert       Stephenson
Beden Powell, who has worked out       a scheme for   providing variety of   training to young boys and
Girls. Initially these scouting/guiding    activities    were confined to England but with the passage of Time
the activities spread in different countries of the world.
           That in order to  impart the training in more    effective ways,         certain      government  /non-
government school  were selected with the intimation to the authorities        concerned and only   after
Getting consent from them, training camps used to organized in that school with the sole purpose of
          That it is important to state here that the   organization has all India status   and        coordinating
Various activities with the kind support of local authority to strategic development of youths in more    than
15 states and   work done on behalf of the organization is praised by High dignitaries of the country and
they have motivated the organization time to time by attending the functions.  H E the First Lady President
of India Smt. Pratibha Devi Singh Patil has also encouraged the members of the Scouts/Guides
           That   the   organization has been conducting the scouting/guiding programme to developed the
skills provide physical fitness as well as proper training of  disaster management to students, Where under
and whereby the student will be able to find the right path and fight against anti social elements. . The
Organization shall be planned to organize the training programme, seminar and other activities time to
time among the youths under the implementation of instructions issued by Ministry of Youth Affairs &
Sports Government of India.   That to get the better result & best performance the support of concerned
officer is seeking by the organization. The organization will coordinate the activities with the successfully
coordination of local authority.      
          That the organization has  planned to make essential the scouts/guides training to all. In this
context, the “Scouting for all” a training programme is being launched by us to provide the proper training
to all to develop the skills, physical fitness as well as proper training of disaster management to students.
The Organization shall be  prepared to organize the training programme, seminar and other activities time
to time among the youths under the implementation of instructions issued by Ministry of Youth Affairs &
Sports, Government of India. This programme has been conducted by organization under the guidance of
District Youth Officer in each district. Our District organizing Commissioner will make coordination as well
as hold the office with DYO.