The meaning of co-curricular activities revolves around its different features and characteristics. For the overall development of a child, curriculum is not the only criteria. Holistic growth and the development of various facts of a child’s personality traits necessitates that classroom teaching should be supplemented with co-curricular activities. These out of class activities affect all domains of life such as cognitive skills (intellect), emotional, social, moral, cultural and aesthetic. Competitiveness, excellence, quality achievements, creativity and enthusiasm are a few of the ethics of extra-curricular activities which strengthen the value of co-curricular activities in school.