Beyond the books

Books and scientific equipment are certainly necessary to provide the quantum of knowledge, a student needs to qualify but equally important is the development of skills like creativity, confidence, healthy emotional habits, communication, and a sense of competitiveness and fair play. Students should therefore be afforded opportunities for co-curricular activities like sports, debates, drama, tours, exhibitions, cultural activities, social events of national and religious importance, etc. These activities not only define the aesthetic dimensions of the education but also widen the social aspect of education and undoubtedly make it all the more rewarding. Student learns true sports feelings and to enjoy victory and to accept defeat These activities when interspersed, with academic endeavors, help to attain the twin objective of shaping a students personality as well making the time spent at the educational institute, a pleasant experience to be fondly remembered later in life.

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