Most of the institutes highlight them as a crucial advertising factor in their prospectus or advertisements in order to attract parent-students attention.
Though not all of these activities may pursue with great enthusiasm these are however popular and leave a lifelong lasting experience for most.
Such experiences go a long way in producing multi-faceted personalities which, in due course of time may bring honour to the country as well. A wide range of experiences prepares students better for the future, especially in today’s uncertain world.
Broad education can provide better preparation for life in a society where an individual may need to change career several times in their life.
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.
A successful co-curriculum builds links between the school and the wider community, bringing local enthusiasts into work with students and sending students out to work on community projects.
Many children have talents in all sorts of different areas, and it is wrong to force them to specialise too early.
but at the same time, these activities should not be forced.
Co-curricular activities need to be more refined, varied and interesting so as to be widely accepted and successful.