About the Committee
Extra-curricular activities allow students pursue their goals and interests outside of their standard academic curriculum. It can help students develop skills that will aid them a lot in their professional life later on. Extra-curricular are not just about developing technical skills, they are also about developing communication skills, ability to work with others, public speaking and many other such soft skills. Extra-curricular activities give a chance to interact with people and make connections some of which might come in quite handy later on in life.
The Extra-curricular activities committee aims to provide students the opportunity to better explore their interests and to groom overall personality, apart from academic ability.
- Broaden students’ breadth of knowledge and horizons.
- Stimulate students’ thinking, self-reflection, and self-understanding to promote their individual growth.
- Provide a solid foundation for “Whole Person Education” which will nurture and foster the development of the students.
The following are the list of extra curricular activities:
- Yoga: It teaches the student to appreciate the ageless wisdom enshrined in the exercises and trains to keep her mind and body at peace through the ups and downs of daily life.
- Martial Arts: It is introduced to provide self – defence techniques to the students.
- Dance: It teaches the importance of movement and fitness in a variety of ways through a variety of disciplines. Through dance students learn teamwork, focus and improvisational skills.
- Singing: Singing is one of the simplest and yet most powerful forms of music-making. It may help lower stress, boost immunity and lung function, enhance memory, improve mental health, and help you cope with physical and emotional pain.
Rules & Regulations:
- All the first year students should enroll in one of the Extra-Curricular Activities
- Students opting for Sports / Games / Yoga / Martial Arts / Dance can continue the same activity in the 2nd year or can choose another activity among
- Every week , Monday last hour is given for extracurricular activity.
- Minimum of 50% attendance is required for these activities.
- In-charge Lecturers monitor the students and take the attendance.
- At the end of the year the attendance is submitted to the Attendance Committee and finally to the Exam Section.
- Students are given grades credits in the final memorandum.
- Credits: 30 Hours – 1 Credit 60 Hours – 2 Credits
Composition of the Committee:
- Dean,Planning & Communication.
- Vice Principals
- Deans of Students
- 3 Faculty Members
- One representative from the non-teaching staff
- One representative from the student community