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Co-Curricular Activities

Co-curricular activities are activities that take place outside the classroom but reinforce or supplement classroom curriculum in some way. They are ungraded and do not offer any form of academic credit, but they do provide complementary learning of some form. Examples of co-curricular activities might include Professional Chapters, student council, or College sports teams. Other examples include math clubs, chess clubs, talent shows, spelling bees, writing competitions, debates, mock trials, college newspapers, and/or drama productions. All of these events and activities take place outside of the traditional classroom and offer no grade or academic credit, but do provide supplementary and complementary instruction and education for students involved.
Co-curricular activities can provide students with a lot of interesting and important experiences outside of the traditional classroom.

Objective:

1. To Build paths for students to develop their interest and talents within their scope of studies.
2. To develop technical skills

Purpose:

1. To learn new thing and become multi-talented , also a well-rounded person.
2. 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.

Benifits of Co-curricular Activities

1. Allowing students to explore strengths and talents outside of academics (such as music, leadership, athletics, writing, and debate).
2. Helping students develop stronger time-management and organizational skills.
3. Teaching the importance of following through on commitments.
4. Giving students the opportunity to build friendships and participate in group activities outside of the tight circle of the regular classroom.
5. Helping to build confidence and self-esteem.
6. Providing a way to keep students supervised even outside of school hours and channeling their energies in positive directions (rather than toward drug abuse, crime, etc).
7. Building skills that are not necessarily taught in the classroom but are still important for the future.
8. Looking good on a school transcript or college application.

Co-curricular Activities

Sr.No. Title Department
1. AutoCAD CompetitionCivil
2. ACES Inauguration CeremonyComputer
3. Programming ContestComputer
4. A one day workshop on "Principles of Computer Networking"Computer
5. Android App Development WorkshopComputer
6. Android App Development CompetitionComputer
7. A Workshop on Cyber SecurityComputer
8. A workshop on " Big Data Analytics with Hadoop"Computer
9. FE Orientation program General Science
10. FESA Orientation Program General Science
11. Industrial VisitMechnical

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