Co-Cirricular Activities

Definition of Co-Curricular Activities

Co-Curricular activities (CCAs), previously known as Extracurricular Activities. (ECAs) are activities that education organisations in some parts of the world create for school students. They serve to promote a variety of activities which all school students must attend alongside the standard study cirruculum

Types of Cocirricular Activites
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Quiz Programmes Debates Mehfil-e-Milad Annual Mushaira Musical Concerts Cultural Festivals Sports The College Magazine Tours

Some examples

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direct involvement in the humanities providing opportunities to participate in co curricular activities developing and maintaining a high level of confidence to attain a positive attitude

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Designed to contribute Participate without financial strain Open to all students Place undue burdens upon students No interference with regularly scheduled classes Suspension from extracurricular activities for violations of the code of conduct

Scope and Value

Acting as a representative of the school The rules and regulations contained in the Co-Curricular Activities Code shall apply to any violation occurring on school premises.


Rewards of involvement
Making new friends,  Exploring new interests,  Developing talents,  Learning by doing,  Establishing valuable contacts,  Contributing to the college and the greater community

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Understand the value of participation Understand the benefits of teamwork Feel a sense of belonging Feel a sense of accomplishment Learn how to deal with adversity Learn how to deal with success Develop proper standards of conduct Develop desirable citizenship traits


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Learn to respect themselves and others Strengthen personal growth and help others to do the same Develop healthful habits Understand the importance of commitment Develop leadership skills Learn to give back to their

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Learn to follow Rules and Regulation Helpful in away tensions Explore hidden abilities Helpful in development of character Helpful in caring health Helpful in developing mental health

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Students develop egocentrism. Students do not take inters in studies. Disputes among students and teachers. Students use unfair means to pass in examination.


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Students miss their classes without any reason. Students feel pressure to win. Some injuries in sports activities. Some misshapes in tours.

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