The 2001-2002 marked the beginning of another movement in Auxilium College. A Star destined to  burn brightly leading our students to be model citizens of our nation. The Rangers movement was started in Auxilium College on 25th August 2001.

History of the Movement:

Rangers Section is a senior section in guides movement. LORD BADEN POWELL, the founder of movement named this section as RANGERS. The name was adopted from forest Rangers- a man who is a warden of some large tract of forest. This is wild free life with many responsibilities. So like him a Ranger hopes to find adventure, strength, gentleness and knowledge. It also suggests self discipline, wisdom and service.

Rangering provides a well designed programme to suit the needs of youth, who have individual differences and ideas.

Aims and Objectives:

Character development through happy citizenship, through natural rather than artificial means.

Rangers Offers:

  • Fun and Friendship.
  • Membership in a world wide Organization.
  • A Sense of Belonging.
  • Opportunities to lead and to make decisions.
  • New experiences.
  • A chance to use leisure time in service to Community.
  • Training to enjoy the out of door activities.
  • Varied activities for personal development.

The Rangers under the able guidance of Dr.(Sr.) Jayashanthi, Asst. Professor of Chemistry render services in the adopted  village and coach the students of Govt. Municipal School. The Rangers offer help at the traffic signals in Vellore. Five students took part in the International Adventure programme at Pachmarhi, Madya Pradesh in 2012. Three rangers were selected to participate in the state level workshop on Millennium Development Goals, conducted by Railway Guides and Scouts in Chennai. Ten Rangers were selected to take part in the folk act training in Perambur, Chennai and were trained by experts in different Folk dances especially in Karagam and Oyilattum. A one day Rover Ranger (RORA) programme was organized by Don Bosco Bharat scouts and guides at Fatima Hr. Sec. School, Chennai. Special training was given to 28 Rangers by experts on first aid. A blood donation camp was organized by the Bharathidasan scout and Kasthuribai guide group for 4 days in Katpadi Railway station. New year, Christmas and Pongal were celebrated in the adopted villages of Kalliammal koil, T.K Puram, Senur, Unnamalaisamuthiram and Thirumani  in Don Bosco Youth centre, T.K Puram along with VIDES, Department of Chemistry and Bro. Lucas, Director, Don Bosco Youth Centre, T.K Puram. Coaching classes, regulation of traffic and rules of the road inside the campus, visit and service to the sisters of St. Clare, Sathuvachari, were the regular activities.  The Rangers visit villages to teach the weak students.