CCA - Rovers


Scouting has come a long way since its introduction in Bhutan in 1970 as a Non-Governmental Organization, supported by Druk Gyalpo Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck. Rover Scouts, a group specifically designed for young adults in tertiary institutions and colleges, offer an array of opportunities for personal development, exploration, and adventure.

Students joining GCIT Rover Scout can look forward to great opportunities as follow :
  • Support environmental conservation efforts, including tree-planting campaigns, clean-up drives, and waste management projects.
  • Involve in providing disaster relief to affected communities by distributing supplies.
  • Participate in construction of community facilities such as bridges, schools, and health centers, providing vital infrastructure for their communities.
  • Promote cultural preservation by participating in traditional festivals, creating art exhibitions, and showcasing traditional dances.
  • Participating in international Jamborees and Moots and receiving awards for their contributions to Scouting and community service.
If you joined the Rover Scout Club, you will be participating in a movement that contributes both ways – your own personal development and the betterment of your community. It is an ideal club for individuals who enjoy volunteering and outdoor activities.

Karma Dorji
(Club Advisor)