Education and Co-curricular Activities

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Tw eet Co-curricular Activities Definition: Activities which complement but are not part of the conventional

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academic curriculum. It means that Co-curricular activities are those activities which fall outside the regular academic curriculum yet they are a part of schooling or collegiate life. These are observed in 4 tandem with an institute’s curriculum and have a yearly schedule. Most of the educational organisations in various different parts of the world facilitate these activities for school and college students. Faculty is mostly involved in organising and directing these activities in schools while it maybe independent from faculty in universities or colleges. Examples of Co Curricular Activities Difference between Co-curricular and Extra-Curricular Activities Importance of Co Curricular Activities Disadvantages of Co Curricular Activities Conclusion Co-curricular activities exist at all levels of education, from 4th-6th, junior high/middle school, high school, college and university education. These activities are compulsory in some institutions while in others it's voluntary. Where these are compulsory all school students must participate them alongside the standard study curriculum. At higher levels of education student participation generally include academic points in lieu of the efforts put by a student in a particular activity. These are held outside standard curriculum hours and the activities partaken depend on the nature of the institute and occasion. Catholic convent schools have generally have christmas celebration as a major part of the co-curricular activities due to catholic significance. While some schools are more inclined towards annual function. Some give significance to both. Today these activities have become more profound than ever before. Most of the institutes highlight them as a crucial advertising factor in their prospectus or advertisements in order to attract parentstudents attention. Though not all of these activities may pursued with great enthusiasm these are however popular and leave a life long lasting experience for most. These activities are not examined in the same way that the academic curriculum is, and because most of them take place outside lessons, such activities have less status in education than the main curriculum. However, they are often held to be very important to the wider education of young men and women. Co-curricular activities form the core of students' life. Many schools and colleges have different units like clubs or houses in which all the students have been divided into four houses. Each house has a house Master & staff of the school to guide the students for various internal competitions.

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