On the 29th of May, 2011, Programme Manager Mr Bivujit Mukhoty and International Gold Event (IGE) Delegate Rajarshi Banerjee left for North Eastern India.
A workshop was conducted by them at the Sarala Birla Gyan Jyoti School on the 31st of May, 2011, for the existing Awardees, Award Leaders and also for the Introduction of the Award to the other students of the school. The Principal of the school was also present at the workshop and the National Operator's Licence was handed over to her. Besides, after the Workshop and Presentations, the Award Leaders and the Awardees also took part in a brief Adventure Practice session focussing mainly on Camp-Craft and Survival practical sessions conducted by Bivujit and Rajarshi.
On the 1st of June, 2011, there was a meeting with the Award Leaders of Assam Valley School, Tejpur, regarding the Operations of the Award and how the Awardees should be guided to pursue the different sections of the Award Programme and achieve their Awards.
On the 2nd of June, a workshop was conducted at the School Auditorium, where Awardees and other Students were present. Through presentations, sharing of Experiences and Interactive sessions, the Workshop was quite a success and concluded with the Presentation of the National Operators License to the Award Leader.
On the 3rd of June, 2011, the Award Team visited Bethany Society, Shillong, and met with Mr Carmo, to Introduce the Award to this Special Project Unit and also to a couple of more schools through Bethany Society.
On the 5th of June, Bivujit and Rajarshi reached Calcutta. Bivujit is heading to Jamshedpur to visit some existing Units and also to Introduce the Award to One or two Colleges in Jamshedpur.