"SRIJAN SANKALP BOOK PUBLISHED AT GOVERNOR HOUSE"
The eagerly anticipated book launch event for "Srijan Sankalp" took place with great enthusiasm and pride at Raj Bhawan in Scouting, organized by the West Calcutta District. The event marked a significant milestone in the realm of scouting, with the esteemed presence of the Governor of West Bengal, who graced the occasion by officially releasing the book. This report encapsulates the key highlights of the momentous event. Book Title: "Srijan Sankalp" Location: Raj Bhawan, West Bengal Organizer: West Calcutta District, Scouting "Srijan Sankalp" is a highly anticipated book in the scouting community, encompassing a compilation of remarkable stories, experiences, and insights from the West Calcutta District. It offers a comprehensive perspective on the transformative power of scouting and its impact on the lives of countless individuals. The book, meticulously curated by the dedicated scouts of the West Calcutta District, seeks to inspire and motivate readers to embrace the principles of scouting and make a positive difference in society. The presence of the Governor of West Bengal ("SHRI KESHARINATH TRIPATHI") at the book launch event added immense prestige and significance. The Governor's active involvement in promoting and supporting scouting activities underscores the importance of this movement in shaping the future of the state's youth. The Governor's personal commitment to the ideals of scouting and their alignment with the state's vision for progress and development further emphasized the importance of the occasion. Distinguished guests, including prominent scouting officials, eminent personalities, and community leaders, graced the event with their presence. The dignitaries addressed the audience, highlighting the importance of scouting as a transformative force for personal growth, character development, and community service. They commended the West Calcutta District for their exemplary efforts in promoting scouting and lauded the publication of "Srijan Sankalp" as a valuable resource for scouts and enthusiasts alike.