Rovers and Rangers unit of the college began in 1995. It is a unit of The Bharath Scouts and Guides. It is a voluntary, non-political, educational platform for young people, open to all without any distinction of origin, race or creed in accordance with the principles, purpose and method conceived by the founder Lord Baden Powell in 1907. Rovering and Rangering are meant for Boys and Girls aged between 16 and 25 with “Service” and “Adventure” as its twin mottos. Training Programme on “Knots”, “First Aid”, Gandhi Jayathi celebration, Band – set service for the celebration of Independence Day, Republic Day Celebrations and Annual Sports Meet, Awareness Programmes, Drug Bank , Blood Donation Camps are the focused areas.
5 Rovers (Amarnath, Bopanna of III BBA, Nikhil, Sagar and Sujith of III B Com) and 2 Rangers (Sridevi of III B COM and Raksha of III BBA) have attended the Rajya Puraskar Exam under the guidance of Ms. Vasanthi MK and Prasad Kumar. The exam was conducted by Bharath Scouts and Guides, Karnataka at Bharath Scouts and Guides State Centre, Kodajji, Harihara Taluk, Davanagere District.
Rohith Prakash Veigas participated in the International camp “Messengers of Peace Karnataka Startup and Networking Leaders Gathering” organized by the world organization of the Scout Movement/ Asia-Pacific Region in collaboration with the Bharat Scouts and Guides India, held between 02/01/2014 and 06/01/2014, at the Dr. Annie Besant Park, Doddaballapur, Karnataka, India.