Extra-curricular activities form the core of students’ life in New Horizon, since it helps to develop the all-round personality of the students. The aim of Extra-curricular activities is to make the students fit for the future and to develop a sense of competitive spirit, co-operation, leadership, diligence, punctuality, team-spirit as well as to provide a platform for the harnessing of their creative talents. Students at New Horizon have ample opportunities and complete freedom to express and showcase their talents.
New Horizon encourages students to take part in various competition held in all other institutions.
Inter-Collegiate Competitions in debate, essay writing, mime, collage, music, dance and dramatics are held regularly and there is always an enthusiastic response to these contests. Renaissance 2004 & Inter Collegiate Management fest which was organised by the BBM students was a brilliant success. Cultural events such as INDIAN DANCE, WESTERN DANCE, WAR OF DJ’s, ROCK SHOW by famous BRAHMA group, DUMB CHARADES, FASHION SHOW etc. are also organized to help students showcase their talents. ” Throughout the year, the campus is busy with sports and events for every taste.Annual Athletic meet on 13th January 2017...Click here
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Co-curricular activities facilitate in the development and augmentation of intellectual, emotional, social, moral and aesthetic skills.
Creativity, Positive thinking, Enthusiasm and Energetic are some of the facets of personality development and the outcomes of Extra curricular activities.Importance and Benefits of Co-curricular Activities
- Co-curricular activities stimulate playing, acting, singing, recitation, speaking and narrating skills among students.
- Activities like participation in debates, music, drama and games help in achieving overall functioning of education. Verbose battles help students express themselves freely, while games and sports keep them fit.
- It helps to develop a spirit of healthy competition.
- These activities not only teach students organizational and presentation skills but they also educate them in finer skills like co – operation and co – ordination.
- It provides a positive avenue for socialization, self-identification and self-assessment when the student comes in contact with organizers, fellow participants, teachers, people outside the school during cultural activity.
- It inculcates the value of respect toward fellow competitors.
- It provides the much needed motivation to learn which in turn makes one adept at decision making.
- It develops a sense of belongingness.
- Through these co – curricular activities we awaken and develop ethical and disciplinary values.