Rajendra Lall Rajak
The Uniform of the Cub is described in Rule 9-Chapter I,APRO-II.
Cubs wear(1)Shirt or Jersy.(2)Shorts,(3)A Scarf(4) A Head Dress,(5) A Belt,and appropriate Badges.Foot-wear is optionalWhere choice is given,the whole Pack should wear the same kind of garments and it should be of same colour and pattern.
SHIRT:A grey shirt with half sleevs or rolled up sleeves or Jersy.In cold weather the sleeves may be rolled down.
SHORTS:Shorts may be dark blue,8 cm above knee in length.
SCARF:Scarf will be of Group.
HEAD DRESS:A blue cap with yellow piping supplied by the National Assciation:a sikh may wear blue turban.
BELT:Grey Nylex Belt with official buckle of BS&G suoolied by the National Association.
FOOT WEAR:Black shoes with black less.
STOCKING OR SOCKS:Black in colour.
GARTER TABES:Blue colour.
MEMBERSHIP BADGE: Colour-Blue background,worn on centre of left pocket of the shirt or at the same place on Jersy.
BROTHERHOOD BADGE:Right pocket,Navy blue in colour world scout badge rounded by Reef Knot.
PROFICIENCY BADGES:Worn on Right Sleeve.
SHOULDER PATCH:A shoulder patch of six colour-an equilateral triangular piece of cloth with a base of 4 cms in lengthsewn at the top of the left sleeve immediately below the shoulder with point upwards.
SHOULDER BADGE:8 cms long and 1.5 cms wide in white background with the name of the group in red letters shall be worn on the right shoulder immediately below the seam.
ARMLETS:Senior sixer wear three armlets,blue in colour,2 cms in left arm.Sixer wears two armlets and second wears 1 armlet 1 cm wide on the left arm between the shoulder and elbow.