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Tips On Tackling Progressive Group Task

Do not ask the GTO silly questions like how much distance is 3-4 feet, at your age you are expected to have that much sense of distance.

When the GTO gives you direction for the PGT Progressive Group Task, he takes the whole group from start line of first obstacle to the finish line of the end one. As soon as he says that okay now you may start the task then the competition begins. Here are a few tips on how to successfully tackle PGT.

  1. Run to the start line where the helping materials are placed as soon as the GTO says that you may start. Don’t walk like a snail show some sense of urgency.
  2. When you’ll run it’ll be an advantage for you only because then you’ll be able to catch hold of any of the helping material.
  3. You must take the plank or balli or the rope in your hand and start the work immediately.
  4. Please do not take the load and try to get your possession on the helping materials because then only you’ll be able to start the work.
  5. While you are making your bridge you must ask other group members to help you and not try to do it on your own.
  6. If someone else has taken the lead and started making the bridge then you must support them by your ideas and your physical help.
  7. Do not stand and watch the other members doing it, you have to be involved and look involved.
  8. Volunteer to cross the bridge first and encourage others to cross it as well. If anybody is hesitating then you must motivate them and help them in crossing.
  9. While working and encouraging others you must be loud enough because your voice must reach the GTO at least and he’ll think that you are involved.
  10. You must look working the entire time try not to remain idle for a single second.
  11. When the GTO is giving the directions he might ask you that okay now I’ll tell you the rules for PGT, does anybody knows the rule? Then please do not act over smart and say ‘Yes’, because this is the first Outdoor task you are blank on the rules as of now.
  12. Do not ask the GTO silly questions like how much distance is 3-4 feet, at your age you are expected to have that much sense of distance.
  13. The GTO will even ask your group that how much time you’ll need to complete the task, do not say 30 minute or 35 minute, tell 1 hour he’ll bargain for 40-45 minute.
  14. Do not shout on your team members and do not throw the helping material etc.
  15. Do not break the rules and if you are breaking any you have infinite chance to correct it, there is no penalty hence if you happen to break a rule then you must repeat the task again. Honesty is what is expected from you.
  16. Wait till all the members have crossed.
  17. Do not look at the GTO all the time.
  18. DO not give up easily, keep on motivating your team members and encouraging them to perform.

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Tashi Mishra
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An ardent follower of Military, football. Loves to read. Writer by choice, computer professional by chance! And Dil toh fauji hai jee!!
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