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Bharat Scout and Guides camp in Jorhat

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JORHAT, Dec 16 - The seven-day national integration camp of the Bharat Scout and Guides will be held at the Court Field here for the first time ever in Assam from December 17.

Addressing newspersons here today, Jorhat Additional Deputy Commissioner Jayanta Goswami, who is the nodal officer of the programme, along with the New Delhi-based deputy director of the Scout Boys� Programme Amar Chetri, who is the leader of the camp, said 28 groups of schoolchildren representing different States, Union Territories, Railways and Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathans will be participating in the camp.

Goswami said that around 600 persons, including teachers accompanying the groups will be attending the camp, which will be formally inaugurated by the Governor Professor Jagdish Mukhi.

Cultural activities by showcasing traditional dances, way of celebrating different festivals, traditional food preparation, styles and costumes followed in solemnising marriages of various communities will be displayed during the camp.

A cultural procession too will be taken out by the participants, the officials said.

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Bharat Scout and Guides camp in Jorhat

JORHAT, Dec 16 - The seven-day national integration camp of the Bharat Scout and Guides will be held at the Court Field here for the first time ever in Assam from December 17.

Addressing newspersons here today, Jorhat Additional Deputy Commissioner Jayanta Goswami, who is the nodal officer of the programme, along with the New Delhi-based deputy director of the Scout Boys� Programme Amar Chetri, who is the leader of the camp, said 28 groups of schoolchildren representing different States, Union Territories, Railways and Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathans will be participating in the camp.

Goswami said that around 600 persons, including teachers accompanying the groups will be attending the camp, which will be formally inaugurated by the Governor Professor Jagdish Mukhi.

Cultural activities by showcasing traditional dances, way of celebrating different festivals, traditional food preparation, styles and costumes followed in solemnising marriages of various communities will be displayed during the camp.

A cultural procession too will be taken out by the participants, the officials said.