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|Achu said: (Mar 17, 2018)|
|Students have a right to a broad education. Why should a science student have to give up music, or a social studies major not get opportunities for sport? Many children have talents in all sorts of different areas, and it is wrong to force them to specialise too early. A career is not the only part of an adult's life " school needs to make sure they have interests and skills that will help them in their family and leisure lives too. Through equal balancing of academic and co-curriculum, however, the students have the chance to exercise their rights and the opportunity to be multi-talented. Lopsided individuals are not the key to the future, instead of recognising each individual by their talents there exists a higher possibility for young people to learn and to grow in their studies.|
|Krishna Kant Singhal said: (Mar 15, 2018)|
I agree with many of you, on this, that extracurricular activities should be made compulsory in school. Because the school is the base maker of a student. Some type of activity like group discussion, swimming, debate etc are very important for a student. These are useful to build up the mind and develop the confidence and also make a good speaker also. We also include indoor and outdoor games so that. Ore student takes part and enjoys it. We know books are important but games, arts, speaking skills, dance, swimming, singing are very important in general life. So to make a bright future some involve activity are important that can be followed and also include in school learning plan. Thanks.
|Akanksha Jain said: (Mar 14, 2018)|
|Yes, extra curricular activities should be made compulsory in school because except the study there are many things available in today's world to excel yourself.
For ex- Every student don't like study they study only because they want a degree in their hand to show their parents but if add extra curricular activity in school so these student can know more about their self and can excel their self in that particular field.
|Ranjan Pal said: (Mar 12, 2018)|
|A student has a daily schedule of 6-7 hrs of study. Apart from this, he has to attend tuition classes as well.
In nutshell, throughout the day he is busy with studies.
In such a scenario, extracurricular activities give a break from their daily routine and learn a new thing.
This helps to make them aware that studies are not the only thing in life.
2ndly, it gives them an opportunity to know their hidden skills, which might probably develop as a profession when they grow up.
3rdly, it helps them to train their mind to do more than one activity and removes them from monotonous life.
|Jyoti Singh said: (Mar 5, 2018)|
|Yes, its important for compulsion of extra curricular activities inn school. Because it opens more way to think on it gives the student an opportunity to find out their interest, as we know not every student is focused seriously in study all have different hobbies on which field they want to work with interest not forcefully and if school focused on curricular activities like sports, drawing, singing, dancing etc than many of student improve themselves on that field hence they got a perfect field to work and their future will also secured.|
|Kumar Harshavardhana said: (Mar 5, 2018)|
|Yes, extra-curricular activities should be made compulsory in school.
Not all sorts of knowledge is found in book. Moreover, to have all-round development students should actively participate in these activities. These activities may consists of Group discussion, Debate, Quizzes, Paper presentations, scientific exhibition, etc. Thus by having a keen interest in these activities students can make themselves not only versatile in terms of knowledge but also they would be eloquent and enunciate their views. They would be able to express. Also while having these activities they can have good command on their emotional intelligence which is of paramount importance in this epoch.
|Prahlada said: (Feb 28, 2018)|
|Extracurricular activities are more important for school children's, because it is the platform of showing our strengths and improving our skills.|
|Archana said: (Feb 27, 2018)|
|According to me, extracurricular activities must follow in schools, because it is helping for their job opportunities and grow our knowledge. And it helps to increase the confidence level of the child. It helps the planning of their life.
Style and handle the any situation without any hesitation.
|Ratnam said: (Feb 23, 2018)|
Yes, extracurricular activities should make compulsory in school this type of activities will make students stronger and firstly.
These activities avoid stage fear. It gives strong mind and improves competitive spirit, it improves knowledge.
Some students are not active they feel stage fear they won't participate in activities, that time parents and teachers have a responsibility to teach them in nice way. When students participate in those activities parents also know their children's talent and they happily give chances, and they change the mindset about children's.
I conclude that extracurricular activities should be made compulsory in schools. It will gives chance to every student to show their hidden talent and that is the stage to avoid fear and also gives refresh to every student.
|Manjula said: (Feb 22, 2018)|
|In my point of you, it's compulsory because students feel very stress in mind. So, it gives mind relaxation and feels happy to concentrate on studies.|
|Arindam said: (Feb 22, 2018)|
|Yes, it is necessary extra curricular activity in school. By this a student gain some practical knowledge with academics knowledge which will teach them to adjust them self at any position. A student will get opportunity to take participant in various program which will develop him physically and mentally.|
|Mandar said: (Feb 20, 2018)|
|No, I don't think so. Though extra-curricular activities are very good for students mental & physical growth, still compulsion can make a severe effect on one's psychological thinking. As every student can't be topper likewise every student can't do extracurricular.|
|Hassic said: (Feb 20, 2018)|
|Yes, I agree with Pushpa,
Of course extracurricular activities. Makes students to get a refreshment and improve their intelligence level.
They will improve their talents and it helps students to outcome their skills.
|Pushpa said: (Feb 19, 2018)|
|In my opinion, extra curricular activities are necessary in schools as well ass in schools. By this, the students can feel free physically and mentally. They can also know their own interests and can set their goals. There are some students who may feel very tired of academics and want some refreshment. For them, these kind of activities are so helpful. Schools in which only academics are taught may get good name and fame. But the schools where the extra curricular activities are there will definitely takes out various talented children. So by these extra curricular activities children will have physical as well as mental growth.|
|Divyanshu Yadav said: (Feb 18, 2018)|
|Yes, it should. Extra curricular activities is also important as academic activities. This is because it's open up new doors to the students who are very engaged in extra curricular activities activities it build up the body language the confidence confidence in ones nature so that he or she clearly expresses his ideas his point of view on any topic.
At last I want to say that extra activities should be made important to be made compulsory every as academic activities so that it opens up on you do a new life a new opportunity to everyone Breathless are there. Of you there ideas that believes in front of everyone and bring success to his or her life thank you.
|Anjali said: (Feb 16, 2018)|
According to me, extra curricular activities are very important for one"s personality development. If students only focus in academics and studies then they cannot explore themselves in the real world. There is a lot of difference between writing anything and speaking the same in front of the public.
Not even speaking and gesture, posture but sports also play an immense role in personality development. Sport teaches a person that he has to win, what should be his/her strategy to win and also if we lose then ho we have to behave with our counterparts.
So, we can see that how extracurricular build personality and makes man perfect to face real-world problem.
|Avnish Sharma said: (Feb 9, 2018)|
|In my opinion, Extra Curricular activities are important in one's life. Just think of the fact that we are here to read the examples of group discussion and make opinion on them. Don't you think if group discussion was a part of extracurricular activities you might have an experience of the same. People learn from experiences rather than learning from books. And extracurricular activities provides the insight for the same. More the experience you have, the better you'll perform.
|Nihal Kar said: (Feb 8, 2018)|
|In my opinion, it is absolutely right to make extra curricular activities compulsory in school in order to balance the mental and physical health of a student for his wholesome growth. Activities like Sports, weekend trips to places, plantation programmes, dance, music etc. Should be there for the students that will not only make them fit and enhance their skills but also help them to deal with social problems in their lives as well.
For example-If we take the western countries, their students must take a sport as their forte in their academic sessions. This also ensures that they gain mastery over their chosen sport as they grow and eventually, these students bag the medals in National and International level Tournaments.
At last, Student life is most sensitive because they are like clay that will take the permanent shape as they are moulded. So, it is up to us to leave them to remain in their shell of books or expose them to different situations before their actual responsibilities start.
|Dayanand said: (Feb 5, 2018)|
|In my opinion, it should be made compulsory in school. Because in our daily life, we face a lot of problems which can't be solved only by academic knowledge. Extracurricular activities help us in enhancing our personal personality, it creates management skills, how to solve real-life problem.
But there should be an upper limit of it because it is seen that students are mainly focusing on these activities and completely ignoring their academic studies.
|Saumya said: (Feb 2, 2018)|
|No, extracurricular activities should not be banned in school.
However, schools should focus on academic and should be given priority.
It has a positive impact on students it motivates them also it prepares them for future events apart from studies.
|Achu said: (Jan 31, 2018)|
|Having a wide range of experiences prepares people better for the future, especially in today's uncertain world. The broad education that the co-curriculum can provide is better preparation for life in a society where an individual may change career several times in their life. Students must therefore have a fundamental grasp of multiple skills. For instance, athletes who had their career cut short due to mishaps might venture into business, having had co-curricular experience of entrepreneurship as part of their education. Speech and debate clubs might give a doctor or engineer the communication skills to move into broadcasting, teaching, or even politics. Placing more emphasis on the co-curriculum thus ensures a variety of possibilities for young people to choose from instead of being sidelined.|
|Charan said: (Jan 31, 2018)|
|Most co-curricular activities are physically active, getting the student out from behind their desk and making them try new things. This is healthy and ensures that students are exposed to practical tasks, not just what is taught in class. The outcome of giving the co-curriculum the same status as the curriculum will therefore be well balanced individuals. Future politicians, for example, will not only thrive on law or social studies, but will also become fluent in multiple languages, learn to tango and perform several calculus operations simultaneously, while also experiencing service through community work. Such are the more profound benefits of the co-curriculum being integrated into the syllabus.|
|Naveena D said: (Jan 29, 2018)|
|Good Evening Friends,
According to me, extracurricular is most important than subjects. Because subject will never provide the all of the things. So extracurricular is most important for everyone.
Nowadays most of the schools provide this activity. So this is a good one. But not all schools. So extracurricular should be made compulsory in school. This is must one.
|Rekha said: (Jan 29, 2018)|
|As in my point of view, it should be compulsory. Children nowadays instead of going and playing in ground dey use smartphones more due to this they lack their physical strength and become weak, they won't come out nor play out of which children become lazy and not active. Only studies nowadays won't keep the brain strong nor active if used in other extracurricular we get to know in which field is he/she capable are he/she are interested in. Other than studies they should make even extracurricular has also one subject so that they can concentrate even on this too than studies. It keeps dem Peace of mind and no stress full life.|
|Prema Reddy said: (Jan 29, 2018)|
|Obviously yes, because focusing only on studies doesn't make them physically strong as well mentally. Students will get to know about there interest in various fields and they can move on with it as a passion.|
|Kavyashree said: (Jan 24, 2018)|
|I think extra-curricular activities must be made compulsory in school because there are a lot of children who come to school just to get through exams in good scores but they won't be confident enough to present themselves when given a chance to speak up or mingle with people. And that fear can be mitigated better in the childhood. Once they grow up their unconfident nature will create obstacles for them at different times.|
|Surya Bhan said: (Jan 24, 2018)|
|Top of my head, extracurricular as important as education in as much every aspirant's aren't curious to have strong determination at having bookworm I wouldn't be surprised if because they wouldn't even want to secure good marks in the exam but that's not possible it my statement having this topic to speak thank you.|
|Vinay Reddy said: (Jan 22, 2018)|
|I agree with your opinions but in my point of view, it is compulsory in every school because children are very broad due to continue listening to the classes due to this activity the mind will be refreshed and relaxed during that time it gives not only physical exercises and also mental exercise like chess etc.|
|Karuna said: (Jan 22, 2018)|
|Hi all. My name is Karuna, YES, Security Master protects your privacy Exactly you are all right. In my view, extra circular activities are very necessary in every school and also in colleges. Because day to day learning system becoming as a more technical, which uses a lot of logical thinking leads to needing of certain energetic, creative and unique in manner. Sooo. Before these all we should be a healthiest in both physical and mentally. It only occurs or happens in initiative step, that is nothing but one of our big education part of a SCHOOL LIFE. There we should, encourage to participate every student in various activities like singing, drawing, dancing and playing games like in both indoor and outdoor and conducting various programmes like to keep students away from shyness, stage fear which leads them to stand in dare in front of their hurdles. Then students easily get relief from various stress. This leads to good sportiveness, absorbance power, logical thinkers and finally become as very good proud students of schools, to our parents and finally to our NATION to WORLD. Hence extracurricular activities very crucial to each and every school as well as colleges.|
|Saikiran said: (Jan 22, 2018)|
|Extracurricular activities should be made compulsory in school because children have a lot of knowledge at that stage but it is hidden so to bring out them so extracurricular activities must need in school and they need to good physically and mentally. They have enough time to enhance their talents and skills quality's like leader ship, problem solving, time management, lot of advantages are there in my point view extra curricular activity's should be made in schools.|
|Likith said: (Jan 21, 2018)|
Students need some other ways to relax and have some good time to rejuvenate the spirits. Students need play as well as studies to have the right balance in life.
Extra curriculum activities provide the students with an opportunity to learn and practice things on a practical level.
Extracurricular activities not only provide a break from routine studies but also help the students to improve their health.
There are many students who don't want to choose the specific subjects to make a career. They find their future careers in the form of extra curriculum activities.
Extra curriculum activities are a way to bind with different people and often enhance the team spirit in the children.
|Krishna said: (Jan 19, 2018)|
|Yes I totally agree with you all. Extra curricular activities notly only helps the children in developing their own skills but also it helps boosting up their confidence at this stage. Children are given such opportunity they would not face any problem in the future after all over Indian next generations are getting smarter day by day. Sooo these children are our future. . Soo I thnk extra curricular activities plays an important role for children in developing their mentality confidence they would know in which they can give the best.|
|Suresh said: (Jan 19, 2018)|
|Yes, extra activity Is must in school life why because all the students does not come in 1st so this activity getting their own extra knowledge and it's very useful.|
|Richa Agarwal said: (Jan 11, 2018)|
|It is a " BIG", from my side.
Today, children been engulfed wholly in technology, repercussions are easily distracted, aggressive, low stamina, compete to such an extent where they use evil tactics to win.
It should be mandatory to each institution to inculcate the extra co-curricular activities, and segregation of grades in this context. Each coin has two sides, imparting extra activities just not act as a catalyst to improve the stamina, but also helpful in developing a child as a whole, boosting the sportsmanship, cope up with the loss, provide a vivid vision for taking the sport as their career.
This can only be done by the concrete efforts of parents and institutions. One should not impact the stress of being studious only, my child has the caliber to go with these important co-curricular activities.
|Kishore said: (Jan 8, 2018)|
|Yes, I agree to the topic it should be followed to students that extracurricular activities will make students more thinking persons.|
|Shubham Anand Ghule said: (Jan 7, 2018)|
Yes, definitely such activities must be made compulsory in school. Only academics will never build someone's future, the activities like extracurricular are must for students in school. Academics will only train students but extracurricular activities will build the students. Let's take an example of any great personality, he/she was not one of the toppers of school. Always it is proved in our entire history, to make students better in all aspects such activities should be made as a compulsory part of schoolings, then only we can make students future brighter.
|Shivani said: (Jan 6, 2018)|
|Yes, extracurricular activities should be made compulsory in school because not only it builds confidence among students but it makes an atmosphere of competition which is must for the growth in every field.|
|Spoorthi said: (Jan 4, 2018)|
My name is Spoorthi,
According to Swami Vivekananda " Education is the manifestation of the perfection all ready in men". Education aims at the all round development of an individual. That is physical, mental, moral, and emotional. So these kinds of all developments are build by the extra curricular activities in the school.
Today the education system produce money earning machines Day by day. There is no value for human behavior. So these extra curricular activities gives good behavior and also competitive mind. Earlier it gives a big platform to the dedicated talents.
So this is more important to joyful childhood life and also creat intellectual personality among the people.
|Mukesh Vishwakarma said: (Jan 4, 2018)|
|Yes, No doubt. Extracurricular activities is a platform for student to find out their strength. They can build up their confidence and they can increase. It so and actually extracurricular is the process to refresh and feeling cool.|
|Rishabh Gupta said: (Jan 4, 2018)|
|Yes, I think Extracurricular activities should definitely be made compulsory in schools. While Academic sessions help them to improve their mental health, curricular activities keep an eye on their physical health. These activities play a huge role in boosting their confidence level with prepares them to face different challenges in their life ahead. Also, it opens up a large number of career opportunities which the students can select as per their area of interest.|
|Anushka said: (Jan 1, 2018)|
|School is a learning platform where students gain their perspective for life. It also includes extracurricular activities so that students don't get restricted to formal studies. According to me, extracurricular activities should be made compulsory because:.
Students need to relax and have a good time. Students should play as well as study to maintain right balance.
Excurricular activities provide break from studies and help students to improve their health.
It helps in enhancing team spirit among students.
|Mithun said: (Dec 30, 2017)|
In my sight, the extra curricular activities make the children go to own world of inventing or discovering things, but they must ask their teachers about their opinion that their invention is correct or not. Some teachers they do not give the answer for our question. These teachers they are waste in teaching a student, and must be sent away from the school. There must be a library in a school some children they have a passion to read but they can't buy a novel or book so they can read book in their school library.
|Mithun said: (Dec 29, 2017)|
I am, in my sight, extra curricular activities make the children to do what they think on any subjects [ science, maths, english, etc]. But they must ask their teachers about what their thinking is right or wrong.
|Ankit Rana said: (Dec 26, 2017)|
|Definitely, it should be made compulsory. It not only helps student to be active in schools during their academic sessions but also helps them to gain a huge level of confidence to stand anywhere in any situation of there life. Curricular activities allows them first, to participate in a competition and then to become a winner in that. After wining it they always want to win in there life.|
|Jessica Megam said: (Dec 26, 2017)|
|According to me, It should be banned. Think of it, childrens must read at this age. Everyone knows that these education system are only mark basis. And syllabus is also vast. If children concentrate on their games rather than studying, definetely they will get poor marks. Marks are more important today. Childrens are not as much matured like us. They are small kids, they need to be relaxed. They has to read a heavy syllabus and if extra curricular activities are made compulsary, they cannot able to cop up both. At this age, studies must given more important. I accept sports is also important and it is healthier too but it is not as much important than study. If they concentrate only on study and take rest in free hours, childrens loves it. They need some break and they must give some time to sleep, reading books etc. They have only 1 brain, so parents must understand them and encourage them to study. Students interested on games are acceptable. Everyone cannot become sachin or dhoni. Everyone is strong in their own field. Leave it to their choice. They will choose their life. Thankyou.|
|Deepa said: (Dec 21, 2017)|
|Actually, in my point of view, extracurriculars must be a part in school. Because it will help the students to be good at physical health. And mental health is also improved. Each and everyone have different talents. The childrens can find their talents only at the school stage. And they have enough time to enhance their talents only at that stage. So every parents should aware of that. The extra curricular activities improve the qualities like leadership, patience, problem solving skills, managing skills, team work etc. Lots of advantages are there. So I think extracurricular activities should be made compulsory in every school across India.|
|Anjali said: (Dec 19, 2017)|
|This is good for developing children's talent which are they show in their skill activities & some time they are go national international level to compete show there talent other activities also developed confidence to talk to persons. For eg other activities like yoga is good for health PT got for health also protect from diseases different competition where students show there talent & win certificates which are useful for there future nowadays there are 1more reserved seat for sports cota which is helpful in job interview selections.|
|Karan said: (Dec 18, 2017)|
|I believe extra curricular activities should be the part of education it can be associated to any art that a student feel himself enthusiastic and feel himself involve into something that a student feel passionate about and that"s will make a student even more craft his mental and physical development of the student.|
|Shobhit Kumar Gupta said: (Dec 18, 2017)|
|Hello everyone, I think extra curricular activities should be compulsory in school because it keeps the whole body fit and, due to it the children's thinking ability improves, it removes the stage fear and hesitation. Extra curricular activities make the students disciplined. The students easily handle all kinds of problems of if they have a good common sense, this will come from extraordinary activities.|
|Piyush Vaish said: (Dec 17, 2017)|
|The benefits of extracurricular activities are innumerable. The answer to the question of making it compulsory in schools is undoubted YES. My constructive for making it compulsory in schools are as follows -:
I)The overall personality of an individual student has enhanced in such a manner that it makes a student capable of facing real life Situation without much difficulty.
II) It helps students in conveying their message to the society.
III. The students get more to know to about different career opportunities which they can pursue in future and ultimately they can contribute to their society, their country and achieve laurels in different fields.
IV. It inculcates values like teamwork by participation in different activities of sports. It enhances values of creativity, patience and many more values in the minds of the individual.
It makes a child cynosure in a crowd. A child can easily take decisions in their lives in tough times.
Therefore there is no point debating whether it should be mandatory in schools or not.
|Subil Krishnan B said: (Dec 17, 2017)|
|In my opinion, extracurricular activities should be part of our current educational system. Because it plays an important role to develop and enhance not only the physical but also the mental health of a person.
Which also help an individual to improve his leadership as well as the good qualities that who have.
|Amit said: (Dec 16, 2017)|
|Yes, it should be compulsory in schools because school is the only place where children develop their skills, they come to know what is their interest, they learn dancing, singing, painting etc. , all minds are not same some become doctors, engineers etc but some become singers, dancers, painters, sportsman, artist.
We have too many examples of legends who are not highly educated but they are successful in their lives and doing well like the great legend Sachin Tendulkar, he didn't give even 10th exams.
|Shubahm Sameer said: (Dec 15, 2017)|
|According to me.
Extra curricular activities like dancing, singing, playing almost all type of sports etc with a proper educational system will make a better youth and youth will make India a better place to live.
Let's think about that what does exta curriculum activity do to us, It gives us a various way to live life as we want. It gives the freedom that if you are not good in study. You are not USELESS, you can be something. You can be different. What makes these activities so crucial.
One thing I want to mention that in our Indian society what he thinks about intelligence, that if a student is good in the study he is intelligent. But according to me anyone who is doing anything brilliantly that one is intelligent.
So do that in which no one can beat you. And if they get the platform from the starting stage of learning (school) I assure you we will get so much great Olympians, athletes, dancer, singer and many more.
Look at our system we study almost 14 years before going to college and what most experience there that study was not for them. They have specific talents which most of their friends do not possess.
So if we will provide these things from the start. We will be able to provide them a better future.
So I STRONGLY BELIEVE that Extracurricular activities should be made compulsory in schools.
|Yukti Varshney said: (Dec 14, 2017)|
I strongly believe that extra circular activities should be the part of school. They make learn various things and inculcate things in kids mind. Extra circular activities enhance the confidence, create leadership, remove hesitation and developed such sort of presentations skills.
|Janhvi said: (Dec 12, 2017)|
|Yes. It should be conducted in school because it's helpful for student's extra skills. It is used to improve student skills and students know their personal performance about activity.|
|Uma Maheswarara Rao said: (Dec 8, 2017)|
According to my point of veiw, extracurricular activities are very important in the carrier other than the academics. The students can participate the all the activities will increase the confidence and improve their managing skills. Finally, concluded that it's better to put the extracurricular activities as compulsory.
|Keerthipriya said: (Dec 7, 2017)|
Extra curricular activities should be made compulsory in school to improve the physical fitness of the children. By participating in all the events they should pay much concentration and their IQ level will be increased. The children are not easily suffered to any diseases.
Not only studies but also curricular activities play major role in the human life. By participating in curricular activities they have the knowledge more than on studies.
|Vishal Lavania said: (Dec 7, 2017)|
|Definitely extracurricular activities should be a part of the curriculum in the schools. A child not only requires books for his development but games and other things makes him perfect. We can see that continuous study in classrooms makes boredom, but if we give some time to children to go in the ground, they will get refreshed.|
|Nivedhitha said: (Dec 6, 2017)|
See, the children of most of the schools are only lacking for one thing that is ''courage''. They don't have any courage to open up with their thoughts. Even I am also a student I go straight to my head misses if any of my teachers do anything which is against the rules of the school.
|Omg said: (Dec 1, 2017)|
|If academics and extra-curricular activities are treated equally or given equal importance then personally I too feel that extra-curricular activities should be mandatory.|
|Mohit said: (Nov 28, 2017)|
|Extracurricular activities must be compulsory in the schools just because of the following reasons:
It helps to improve the skills of students those he learned while classes.
It helps to manage the things well in a proper manner.
It makes the student more confident while participating in different activities.
It helps in making the one more active.
It helps the student to work before the deadline or we can say that it helps the students to care about the time.
It helps the student to work under pressure.
|Debina Sengupta said: (Nov 25, 2017)|
|According to me, I think extra curricular activities must be there in any schools. We all know that 'All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy'. This line signifies the importance of extra curricular activities. There are many students who are not that much interested in studies but interested in other activities like singing, dancing, gymnastics, cricket, badminton etc. So, if extra curricular activity is not there in schools then these students would not be able to showcase their talents. Moreover, extra curricular activities also increases concentration power and help in our studies also. Besides, it plays an important role in improvement of communication skills, time management etc.|
|Disha said: (Nov 24, 2017)|
|It is said that "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy". Well, a healthy mind will never reside in a body that does only mental work. I indeed, feel that extra-curricular activities must be made compulsory in school.
1) It will provide a relief from the tiresome continuous lecture classes.
2) It will unveil the hidden talents of many students, who might have earlier not been able to show them because of lack of a suitable platform.
3) It will assist in making the students apply their knowledge, as they need to understand that application of their knowledge is very essential. For example, if a student X scores highest in the class in English Literature (by mugging up answers), but cannot write even a single paragraph error-free, then what is the use of his education?
4) The students would learn many moral values like cooperation, team work, patience, etc. Because such things can never be taught by lectures: they are learned when a student personally participates in such events.
5) Moreover, if a student due to some reasons, cannot participate in one activity, he can participate in another activity; such arrangements must be available in school.
Thus in my opinion, every school must have a list of extra-curricular activities and it must be compulsory for every student to participate in at least 1 of his choice.
|Havj said: (Nov 24, 2017)|
It's my opinion, First I agree with this topic. Because today world most expecting talent students. But some school focusing on how to get high marks and how to get the first place in our school. This is the current situation in school. (I said only for few school not at all). However some school encouraging the student and they respect the talents. So students are increasing the skills. Extracurricular activities should be made compulsory in school. Teacher's will be encouraging the student and said half of the study should be half of the games. For example in the world today, there are more talented and achieved our dreams. (Sachin, Michel Jackson). So "Education can identify a man" but "Skills proves a man life's, further help me show your way of life". Indeed in today's world, talent is a great competition and its also war. Finally skill should be developed in each school. (because this is a student's life). Extracurricular activities exist for all students.
Thank you, friends!
|Sreenivitha R said: (Nov 20, 2017)|
At the very beginning before talking about this topic. I would like to show my greet to giving this interesting topic which brings me a different thought about many students I have seen from my school days including my friends who has their unique talents in them. Education is not about subjects it is a way of teaching students where and how to expose their talents in many ways. Everyone is equally talented in different ways. Some will be interested in sports, dance, singing, gk, gymnastics which brings their own potentials. Our king of cricket Sachin Tendulkar completed his education at the class of 10th and he stepped into cricket which is one of the extra-curricular activities providing chances to many students in schools and colleges etc.
Talents have no end. It can be expressed in every way.
The effects of stepping into extra-curricular activities make students physically and mentally relaxed on earlier days students through this way and still it is happening to mold our students in different ways by providing various inter-school competitions. Thank you.
|Veerendra said: (Nov 20, 2017)|
|In my opinion, extracurricular activities should be made compulsory in schools. It is as if the base of a build strong, it can bear earthquake similarly if the base of education of a child is good, he will do good in future. Extracurricular activities promote the overall development of a student. A student should not be limited to studies. He/ she should be given exposure to various kind of extra activities. Students will not be hesitant to go to stage otherwise it is observed that students at later stage feel of the stage. They could not express themselves in front of the crowd. They lack leadership skills. They may find their keen interest in some activities and they can pursue a career in that field. Besides, students should participate in the various competition at school level. It will develop competency among them. All companies nowadays demand competent and skilled persons for a job and these skills are developed in schools.|
|Bhavna said: (Nov 20, 2017)|
|Making extra curricular activities compulsory in schools has several benefits. It ensures overall growth and development of the students. It enhances the personality and develops confidence. However not every student is willing to take part. Some are shy and introvert. But as the benefits are immense, it should be made compulsory taking into consideration some aspects. For instance, the performance in extra curricular activities can be linked with academic performance to reflect the real performance of a student. Also, efforts should be made to ensure that there is a balance between academics and extra curricular activities as both are equally important.|
|Ritika said: (Nov 19, 2017)|
|Of course extra curricular activities should be made mandatory in schools. It has multiple benefits associated with it. Right from shaping the persona of a student, to providing a healthier body it has several advantageous effects on us. As we all know "All work and no play makes jack a dull boy". So its very well suited over here. Extras sharpen our concentration and increase our efficiency and performance level in studies or any concerned area. Apart from this, it teaches the qualities like teamwork, leadership building. Co-curricular have tremendous effects on our personality from. Teaching us to more patient to encouraging us to be disciplined. In the current scenario, where there is cut-throat competition in every field, mandating co-curricular at school is very helpful for proper shaping as well as the stable state of our mind, make it resistant to mental disorders like depression.|
|Anuj Pandey said: (Nov 18, 2017)|
|Extra curricular activities give chance to express and expression is very important. Long time absence of expression causes suppression. Long time suppression causes normal expression to appear like a reaction. Reaction instead of expression is the root cause of all the introvert students to lose many good opportunities. It is really very important for a student to take part in extra curriculum activities which would develop their Communication skills, team building ability, handling criticism, time management and many more skills.|
|Payal Bagri said: (Nov 15, 2017)|
|Yes. Extra curricular activities include sports, yoga, indoor games, literary and cultural activities etc. All this should be included in a school's curriculum as it will help in all round development of children. Only studying might help children in short run but studies with extra curricular activities will help in long run, in building a good future.|
|Pavan said: (Nov 9, 2017)|
|If I had been given the choice of deciding between academic and extracurricular activities I would have preferred both has a equal part in a student career growth, on one side academics which gives you the knowledge about the things on the other hand extra curricular activities helps us to utilize or bring into the action what we have learnt in the academics.|
|Vishal said: (Nov 7, 2017)|
|Yes, extra curricular activities should be made compulsory in school, because of these activities a child can be motivated towards other activities and it will also help to build the confidence which I think is very necessary for the child's future. On the other hand it should also be taken care that extra curricular activities should be given prime importance and neither it should be ignored. This should be done in a balanced way with the academics. Children should also be motivated to take part in such activities.|
|Ravali said: (Nov 5, 2017)|
|Yes, extra curricular activities should be made compulsory in school. Forget about the competitions first child should learn to live his life right. Studying all the day gives only the bookish knowledge but participating in extra curricular activities will make one to use that knowledge in the society. For example studying how to swim is totally different from really swimming right. So first learn and then execute.
And these curricular activities will also make child to relax from studies for a while. And following are the main advantages having extra curricular activities in school.
1. It increases competitive spirit.
2. It makes a child to mingle with people.
3. It gives relaxation.
4. And it makes a child to know his real world.
|Gautam said: (Oct 25, 2017)|
|Yes, extracurricular activities should be made compulsory in school because it is must for the overall development of a student. In today's world, the competition level is so high, so in order to survive in this world, every person requires some skills which are communication skills, leadership skills, persuasive skills, social skills and much more. The way in which a person could develop these skills in himself starts from participating in these extracurricular activities. As the student could gain confidence in himself, fight from stage fright. This participation will also help the students from getting a break from their gruelling schedule.|
|Aishwarya said: (Oct 23, 2017)|
I believe that extra-curricular activities should be made compulsory in school. As it helps to increase our confidence. We come to know the various things besides our syllabus. Also, we get time to move out of our study. Students can raise their confidence through this. Participating in such activities also reduce shyness. In a competitive world, it has become important to be an all-rounder. So that they can survive with rest of the world.
Nowadays, people are going through various problems such as anxiety, stress. So participation in such activities can be helpful. It also adds value in personal improvement.
|Krishna Kant Singhal said: (Oct 16, 2017)|
|Hello, myself Krishna Kant.
I want to tell related to this. In my opinion, extracurricular activities are important for the development of a student. Extracurricular activities consist playing, singing, dancing, walking etc. Which are used to develop mentally, physically. It also makes better health. It is directly proportional to our academic activities like study.
But in case if a student who doesn't like ie. Dance than you don't make any pressure to have an interest in dance. Because if a student has own interest in other things that he or she do better effort for other activities which he like its the better. And quotes is there'free bird fly high' Thank you.
|Aditi Singhal said: (Oct 15, 2017)|
According to my point of view, Extracurricular activities are the important part of a student life. This plays an important role in overall development of students. Extracurricular activities like playing, dancing, singing also good in the context of physical and mental health development which is directly proportional to the academics performance also.
But we should promote these things in such a way so students itself choose this rather than compulsion. I would like to quote it famous quotation "free bird fly high" so we need to promote this kind of system where joining extracurricular activities is their choice, not compulsion.
|Lilly Smith said: (Oct 14, 2017)|
|In my opinion,
Here I'm seeing a lot of Yes's. But what about the No's.?
The child may not want to play sports. you can still be healthy and not play the sport.
this should be the child's choice. not the parents.
Here is a list of negative points to the statement.
- Low-skilled players
- Not wanting to play
- Cost involved in the school, umpires, coaches, venues
- Different sports that the schools might not have and then be forced to play what they don't want to
- Club being at the same time as school
- Not everyone is wanting to play sport " attitude not being serious
- Won't take it as seriously
- Won't enjoy coming to school
- People might not have time (give up work or club commitments)
- Cost for parents to make child play school
- Space that's available around the school
|Shashank said: (Oct 14, 2017)|
|Yes, extra curricular activities should be made compulsory in schools. Studying is not the only think that helps you in life. When we set out to live life on our own terms, we face many difficulties that are so very related to what we can learn from extra curricular activities. You learn the importance of time management, team work, mental stability in crunch situations, and most importantly you learn about your limits which is of utmost importance if you are to succeed in life. So, I would prefer co-curricular activities should be made compulsory school.|
|Sandeep said: (Oct 9, 2017)|
|Yes, I think it should made compulsory because in school only children can learn a lot. Childhood is the age where we can learn many things without any hesitation and the base get developed at that stage. Extra curricular activities keep the mind fresh and awake. Children will be definitely benefited if extra curricular activities can be implemented.|
|Naman Gupta said: (Oct 6, 2017)|
The is no debate in this topic. Definitely extra curricular activities should be made compulsory as it not only results in the all round development of the student, but it also let the student know and explore much more about his own interests and hobbies. Also these activities make students learn various things such as team spirit, leadership skills, communication skills, social skills and also remove stage fright. These small small activities can bring a big change in the students life as they let the students throw off their wings in all directions and fly as high as they wish.
But the only point contradicting is that these activities require many different materials which a poor family can't afford on a daily basis. So I think that the materials for such activities should be provided by the schools and also the schools should conduct various competitions so as to build a spirit of motivation among the students.
|Pawan Khandelwal said: (Oct 6, 2017)|
|I am posting my comments.
If I talk of extracurricular activities then it is most important part to develop a child in school as academically one can only learn out some topics but if one in indulging with extracurricular activities then he or she can find an interest in himself or herself as to develop a child from starting then it is necessary to find out the interest of that child because extracurricular activities helps to groom out the personality in a different way. Marks are just a platform to go ahead but inner development is to live the way you want.
|Sumit Kumar said: (Oct 6, 2017)|
|Yes. I think extracurricular activities must be there in the schools. Our upcoming generation should learn to live practical life rather than be a bookworm. These activities will enhance and groom their personality. Directly or indirectly they will learn the basic lessons of life like self-discipline, moral courage, physical courage, hardworking, time management etc.
But at the same time. We should not take this as a competition. Nowadays everyone wants to be better than others. But becoming better by leaving others behind. I don't think thats good. So. With the race of this activities and so called competition. At the same time. We should have unity. Have some morals to do things together. We should not bring that much self centered behaviour within ourself!
|Kratika said: (Oct 5, 2017)|
|I think, Co-curricular activities shapes & mold the personality of a person. It helps the students to extract the best qualities from themselves. It also results in reducing their anxiety & frustration. Students will be able to explore more rather than being a bookworm.|
|Ramjit said: (Oct 5, 2017)|
|From my point of view, extra curricular activities should be made compulsory in school. We know that today's generation kids are doing a race in the name of education. Who is going to top in schools or college? Even though many children have good skills in the sports or they are talented in other activities but many times their parents are not allowing them to go for that because that will affect their studies as they thinking. So I must say that it extra curricular activities should make compulsory in school.
AS jack Ma said : Its ok that you are not top in your class be an average student because these kinds of students have only got time to involve in other activities and they can also learn many things.
Today's generation has only bookish knowledge and they are unaware of the real world. By doing extra sports activity they can be fit physically. By involving in other games and activities your brain functioning will also increase.
|Akanksha said: (Sep 30, 2017)|
|In my opinion, yes extra-curricular activities should be made compulsory in schools as it helps the students to develop the skills apart from the academic curriculum skills. It helps the student to develop a good personal profile. It is also the best way to get aware about the field in which he or she can excel.
In today's era, bookish knowledge is not everything one must have a multidimensional personality and these activities develops the skill in the student right from the beginning.
It helps one to develop a dynamic personality.
|Krishna Vivek said: (Sep 27, 2017)|
I am Krish.
I think extracurricular activities should be made compulsory in the school. Some of the reasons why I prefer to be made it compulsory.
1. In ancient days children used to have physical activity a lot, but nowadays children are not showing any interest towards it.
2. In those days, parents argue with children for not coming to home even after playing hours of time, but now the scenario is quite reversed- parents are interested to send children for outdoor games rather sticking to phones idle in the home.
3. As of not having these extra-curricular activities, children are becoming sluggish and dawdle to move, so infact their mental activity will also be disturbed.
|Rameshwar Dhumal said: (Sep 26, 2017)|
|Yes, friends extra curricular activities are very important in the school level which will increases our confidence, communication skills, power of thinking and help us to find our area of expertise.|
|Ms Rakshit said: (Sep 24, 2017)|
|I think that extra curricular activities are very Important. It enhances the power of creativity. Also doing some physical activities help you to maintain your body health. Sometimes we feel very frustrated due to some reasons. Extra curricular activities help you to reduce your stress level.|
|Neha said: (Sep 19, 2017)|
|I do agree with you.
My opinion is that extracurricular activities should be made compulsory in school as it will help to enhance the personality of an individual. If from the school level the children is performing all the activities that he won't face any problem of stage fear, public speaking which is the problem of most of the youth in today's world and people are not getting placed in a good company.
|Saurabh Rai said: (Sep 18, 2017)|
|Extracurricular activities is very important. Doing such activities student can show there area of interest. Extra activities release the stress of student so he can enjoy the school life. Somr of the student are not good in study but they are good in extra activities so they can prove their self in extra activities.|
|Atharv A Jain said: (Sep 17, 2017)|
|Hello fried in my opinion.
Extracurricular activities should be made compulsory in schools for the following reasons.
1. Activities make our mind free from studies.
2. Children learn sportsman spirit from them.
3. Their body is fit and healthy.
4. This will also aid the school to find the hidden talent and potential of the future sports person.
5. They help to channelize the boundless energy of kids.
6. This will certainly raise the standard of our performance globally.
On the other hand, sometimes extra curricular activities are not good for the following reasons.
1. It can damage the personality of a physically weak child. Such a child will develop an inferiority complex.
2. Moreover, some kids prefer being engrossed in books which provide them enough diversion.
I feel that games are absolutely essential for a balanced personality development where the mind and body grow in tandem.
|Rahul said: (Sep 16, 2017)|
|Yes, of course, it is compulsory because if co-curricular activities will then the children interest in the study will get low. Children should have entertainment in between studies otherwise children will bore in studies.|
|Elakiya Jeyasakthi said: (Sep 15, 2017)|
|Hi, friends, extra curricular Activities should be made compulsory in school because children's should gain a knowledge. By only the process of teaching the concepts in the book, there is no use and children's will lack the interest on studies. By giving extracurricular activities we can bring out the different talents of children's and due to this idea they will be mentally strong and fit.|
|Anonymous said: (Sep 12, 2017)|
|I think that extra curricular activity is so important and the govt should take action that every school.|
|Upendra Yadav said: (Sep 6, 2017)|
Good Morning, Everyone and all I admit for who was sharing this topic.
I also want to share my view on this topic.
According to my point of view, extra curricular activities should be made compulsory in school because it helps in all around the development of the student. Extra curricular activities help to find out hidden talent. Even parent does not know about hidden talent which makes his children different from other. They think that only reading books and preparation of competitive exam will make success ti his children.
Extracurricular activity will make a path of success.
|Sanket Shinde said: (Sep 4, 2017)|
|I agree that extra curricular activities should be made compulsory in school. In this competitive world, students are more focusing on their academics and they hardly get any time to do some extra curricular activities. If these activities are made compulsory as a part of schooling then not only students will be able to devote their time to what they love but also if he excels in that activity then he may take that the activity as a profession.
One of the reason, why India is behind other nations when it comes to sports is that sports is not compulsory in our schools due to which we are not able to recognize our sportsmen at the early stage of their life.
|G.Santhosh Kumar said: (Sep 3, 2017)|
|Yes, I agree with everyone here who said that extra curricular activities should be made compulsory in schools, because for example who knows that M. S. Dhoni will be our cricket captain until he came and became. Generally, parents prefer their children should follow their seniors who were well settled, their chosen path obviously will be education, so many student's skills, wishes were being burried alive.
When we have achieved some tremendous results because of our hidden talents that were put forth. So our parents vision on our career may change at the stage secondary education itself which is the most crucial time to our personality development. So teenage of the student will guide his future in at most cases. If we can prove ourself in teenage itself, that will be our starting step for our ultimate future.
|Dhruv Kumar said: (Sep 3, 2017)|
|Yes, I strongly agree. Extra curricular activities are necessary for the children because in this technological world the today generation are more focused on mobile and internet and the result is that they did not know there hidden talent. Extra curricular activity provide the platform where they can find there hidden talent moreover they can build their career in that particular field.|
|Rajeev Kumar said: (Sep 3, 2017)|
|Yes, definitely it should be made compulsory in school, as school are not just meant for academics. It is for the overall development of the child includes sports, arts.
It make school interesting for the students.
Extra curricular activities should be made compulsory in school
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