Academic Achievement of college students based on Co-curricular Activities
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Co-curricular Activities, Academic Achievement, College Students

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Sami, A., Laraib, & Irfan, A. (2020). Academic Achievement of college students based on Co-curricular Activities. Journal of Management Info, 7(1), 16-23. https://doi.org/10.31580/jmi.v7i1.1344

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to find out the relationship between Co-curricular activities and Academic Achievement.  Co-curricular activities also helpful for the benefit of country. There are many benefits of co-curricular activities for students it includes, self-confidence, better communication skills, improves physical and mental abilities. Qunantative method of survey is used for this research Data is collected from almost 400 students of different colleges from both genders. With the help of analysis there are positive relationship between Co-curricular activities and Academic Achievement. From results of this research the government and education institutes have to play a very strong part. Government should provide proper resources, finance and a plate-form on which students can show their abilities. Educational institutes also focus on co-curricular activities rather than to get just high score and motivate them. Students will concentrate on co-curricular activities according to the quickest shift in technology to high academic achievement

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