Activities like drama, dance, debates, public speaking and tournaments of various kinds are open to our students at frequent intervals. Students’ performances in competitions and exhibitions promote qualities of self-reliance, initiative and cooperation. It gives them the capacity to deal with emotional and physical challenges.
Some co-curricular activities are aimed at developing the body like sports and games, drill, PT etc while others deal with self-expression like elocution, dramatics, music. A few activities are concerned with work experience and dignity of labour.

Socially useful productive works include gardening, book binding, needle work, cleaning premises etc. Some activities promote hobbies like drawing, painting, craft, stamp collection etc.

Still another area of co-curricular activities deals with intellectual developent like quiz, chess, debates etc.