IAS family welcomes you in our new session 2019-20.


CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

Co-curricular Activities
Co-curricular activities facilitate in the development of various domains of mind and personality such as intellectual development, emotional development, social development, moral development and aesthetic development. Creativity, Enthusiasm, and Energetic, Positive thinking are some of the facets of personality development and the outcomes of Extracurricular activities.
Meaning of Co-curricular Activities
Co-curricular activities (CCAs) earlier known as Extracurricular Activities (ECA) are the components of non-academic curriculum that helps to develop various facets of the personality development of the child and students. For all-round development of the child, there is a need of emotional, physical, spiritual and moral development that is complemented and supplemented by Co-curricular Activities.
Definition of Co-curricular Activities
Co-curricular Activities are defined as the activities that enable to supplement and complement the curricular or main syllabi activities. These are the very important part and parcel of educational institutions to develop the students’ personality as well as to strengthen the classroom learning. These activities are organized after the school hours, so known as extra-curricular activities. Co-curricular Activities have wide horizon to cater to the cultural, social, aesthetic development of the child.Extra -curricular activities occupy a unique position and role in the development of a student’s character and personality. IAS gives foremost significance to this aspect of a student’s educational program.


Visit to Parks Visit to Banks Visit to Post Office
Visit to Railway Stations Visit to Telephone Exchange Visit to Electricity Dept. / Power house
Visit to Police Stations Visit to Bricks Factories Visit to Jail
Visit to River Side Visit to Dairy Farm Visit to Fish Ponds