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The primary goals of co-curricular activities are to focus on the individual (student), institutional, and broader community levels. The development
of an individual is the principal goal of co-curricular activities. Numerous experiences have proven that these activities positively impact the
student’s emotional, intellectual, social, and interpersonal development. Students can learn to negotiate, communicate, and manage conflict
through working with others. Taking part in these events out of the classroom activities helps students to understand the importance of critical
thinking skills, time management, and academic/intellectual competence. The study highlights the impact of various co-curricular activities on
the teaching-learning process and further explores the correlation between teachers’ academic experience and students’ academic performance
in the purview of co-curricular activities.
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