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Objectives of Co-curricular & extracurricular activities

The meaning of co-curricular activities revolves around its different feature and
characteristics. For the overall development of a child, curriculum is not only the single
criteria. The holistic growth as well as to develop the various facets of personality
development of children; classroom teaching should be supplemented with co-curricular
activities. These out of class activities affect all domains of life such as cognitive
(intellectual), emotional, social, moral, cultural and aesthetic. Co-curricular activities
meaning are more focused upon cognitive aspects thereby help in intellectual development.
Competitiveness, excellence, quality achievements, creativeness and enthusiasm are few of
the ethics of extra-curricular activities and also strengthen the meaning of co curricular
activities in school.
Extracurricular activities are defined as those activities which are not the components of
academic curriculum but an integral part of educational environment. Extracurricular
activities comprises sports, singing, music, debate, dance, drama, social services, etc. 

 The main motto of extracurricular activities is personality development. These are the
activities which promotes students to take up their study in a healthy manner.
 All-round development as well as intellectual development is not the domain of
curriculum, these characteristics can be judiciously fulfilled by co-curricular activities
 Develop within the student the determination and dedication necessary to complete
his/her chosen goals.
 Develop a willingness to place the good of the group before the desires of the
 Provide opportunities to exemplify and observe good sportsmanship while teaching
participants that negative actions may result in consequences.
 Provide competitive opportunities for students.
 The classroom teaching-learning environment get strengthens by extracurricular
  The features and traits like extempore expression, speech fluency, co-ordination &
communication, adjustments, etc, get empowered with co-curricular activities.
 Extracurricular activities enable the students to express themselves freely. Inculcate
the values of co-operation.
 It is a means of developing skills and competence. Different extracurricular activities
have their own significance i.e. Debate helps to generate ideas and giving reasons and
 Sometimes, learning-teaching become monotonous; this can be changed into pleasant
atmosphere by participating in extra-curricular activities.
 Co-curricular activities helps to prepare you  for your future challenge.
 Extracurricular activities enable to groom the students for future leadership.
2. Planning of Co –curricular & Extracurricular Activities

Sr. No Date of Activity Std Name of The Activity

1 Essay Competition
2 Hand writing Competition
3 Mono Act
4 Poem Competition
3. Co-ordination in teachers & students
1. The teacher has planned the different activities to be carried out systematically in

2. The teacher has given more and more opportunity to the student while performing co-
curricular activities.

3. The Teacher acted as Innovator by introducing some innovative programmes. She acts
like as director, recorder, evaluator, manager, decision maker, advisor, motivator,
communicator, coordinator, so that the student could gained maximum of finer
aspects of Co-curricular activities

4. Before organizing co-curricular activity, the time, date and venue are to be informed
to the students earlier by the teacher, as a result of which there is no disturbance in
relation to dislocation and confusion.

5. Before organizing activity teacher gets approval by the staff both the teaching and
non-teaching as a whole.

6. As it is desired and expected, the maximum number of students participated in each

co-curricular activity.

4.Preparation Of Student & Teachers for co-curricular & Extra Curricular Activities

1. All the activities listed down which have planned to organized.

2. Circular regarding schedule of the activities has been out on Notice period.
3. Registration of participants initiated 1 day prior to the competition.
4. Place or classroom has been selected and finalized one day prior to the competition.
5. Seating arrangements and material required to conduct the activities were all in place
5. Execution Of Co-Curricular & Extracurricular Activities

1. Essay Competition:


Essay writing contests provide a scope for the students to gain substantial experience,
display their writing talents, analyse and evaluate outcomes and unleash their flair for

Students have given 35 minutes to choose a topic, plan, write, and submit the essay.

Students were allowed to have two sheets of blank paper and a pen/pencil.

The teacher collected these paper after competition.

No student is to leave the room during the competition period, except for
emergencies. No talking during the competition. No extra time given.

Photo of Essay Competition

2. Handwriting Competition:


Good handwriting (i.e., legible writing done by hand whether it is printed or cursive)
is an important life skill that all students should develop.

Program components include the following purposes

• to develop and use legible handwriting to communicate effectively;
• to develop facility, speed, and ease of handwriting;
• to provide opportunities to use handwriting skills as an integral part of the writing
• to enable students to understand the importance of content and legibility in writing
for genuine audiences. A continuum of Handwriting/Word Processing
Maintained a calm, quiet atmosphere for the student to make their final copies

Students were allowed to repeat their final copy.

The teacher collected these paper after competition.
Photo of Handwriting Competition

3. Mono ACT


 Every student had to perform a mono act .

 Student Students showed imagination in selecting pieces of every mood.
 Some of the teachers also guided their students for the performance
 Participants will be allotted 5 minutes to prepare the act.
 Time limit is 1-3 minutes to perform their act.
 Theme would be given on the spot.
 Obscenity and offensive gestures are strictly not allowed.

Photo of Mono Act

Poem Competition:


 Classroom contests was held during class periods.

 All poems was selected from the syllabus
 Students provided the titles and authors of their poems and the order in which
they will be recited to the coordinator.
 Students were not allowed to change their poems or their order once
 Students prepared at least 1 poem to recite.
 The poem was delivered from memory.

Photo of Poem Competition

6.Team Work

 Student –teacher team work is very essential and important component to serve
the purpose and success of co-curricular activities.

 Individuals become more involved in the community and more aware of

opportunities and what they can hope for themselves

 The role of teacher here is to perform multi-dimensional functions in organizing

and executing Co-curricular activities.

 Class participation is an important aspect of student learning. When students

speak up in class, they learn to express their ideas in a way that others can
understand. When they ask questions, they learn how to obtain information to
enhance their own understanding of a topic

 Students who get involved in extra activities meet new people and because of that

their social skills are improved. Students can expand their network which is also
beneficial in finding better career opportunities

 Getting involved can help you learn leadership skills like getting along with others
and understanding and respecting diversity.
7. Confidence & Co-Operation among the students & teachers

 The relationship between student and teacher plays a large role in the

trajectory of a student’s success and social development. Establishing a
positive relationship with their teacher helps a student feel more
comfortable and safe in their classroom environments.

 Positive teacher-student relationships promote a sense of school belonging

and encourage students to participate cooperatively. 

 Students develop confidence to experiment and succeed in an environment

where they are not restricted by the fear of failure.

 During the Cocurricular activities teachersencourage students and teach them

responsibility is to get them involved in the classroom.

 Make participating fun by giving each student a job to do.

 Give students the responsibility of tidying up or decorating the classroom. ...

Make students work in groups and assign each a task or role

 By Simply delivering exceptional instruction developed trust.

 Make the most of your students' time and efforts by giving them challenging
and worthwhile learning activities. Having a morning meeting is another great
way to build a trusting.
8. My Expectations about the co-curricular & extracurricular activities organised
in school

 It should be provided in a Structured way.

 Teacher – student and management should participate with Enthusiasm and Passion.

 All participants and teachers should have a Positive Attitude.

 Co-Curricular and Extra-curricular activities should Incorporate Humour into


 Co-Curricular and Extra-curricular activities should Make Learning Fun.

 Teacher should use student interests to their Advantage.

 It Shows an Interest in Their Lives Outside of School.

9. Short comings in the organisation of co-curricular & extracurricular activities

 Time management skills

students who participate in co-curricular activities & Teachers who have arranged
those activities should have a greater understanding of time management

They should learn to prioritize their work and in short time they manage to complete
the task they are committed to.

 Needed Exposure to a vast range of activities

students who participate in co-curricular activities and teachers who have
organized should be able to see a new horizon with a number of creative
A vast range of activities helps them understand their own knacks and
potentials. It can be anything from participating in a theater group and
exploring their inner artist to competing in sports
10. Educational Implication

Teachers and school administrations have to think seriously and plan for their co-curricular
and extra curricular activities since they undoubtedly benefit the student’s academic
achievements and they develop the learner’s autonomy and effectiveness.

Co-curricular activities are the true practical experience received to students. The
theoretical knowledge gets strengthened when a relevant co-curricular activity is
organized. Through the practical experiences students acquire knowledge, and they
use the knowledge in their life also.

Co-curricular and extracurricular activities are a good breather from the regular
classroom teaching and refresh the child’s mind to concentrate better.

By discussing all the areas relating to those activities it seems necessary to introduce
these activities in the school. These activates should be arragned at district level, state
level, & National Level.
Heads of institute and teacher should select types and topics of Co-Curricular

Different types of co-curricular activities have different kinds of benefits. Studies

have shown that artistic activities help children to develop creative expression and
problem-solving skills. While musical activities focus on developing patience, sports
activities generally help to improve coordination. But in general, it is found that those
who take part in co-curricular activities also have a higher rate of academic success.
Thousands of cases are found where co-curricular activities have increased students’
motivation along with their attendance.

Best aspect of Co-curricular activities at school is that they are part of academics, and
makes teaching and learning experience exciting for both students and teachers.
Students through classroom activities like quizzes, debates, recitation and any more
academic games learn better.

School should encourage students to participate in extracurricular activities because

they help in a great deal

Report Writing

On Observation Of CO-Curricular &

Extra Curricular Activities