Extracurricular activities increase opportunities for social interaction and new relationship development. As most of these activities are group-oriented, which have students from different niches, which gives them a chance to more know about people of different passions and cultures. Besides, this they can also find clubs or groups that share similar social, religious or even entertainment interest for socialization. Interact with people of different backgrounds helps in the development of interpersonal skills of students.
Extracurricular activities teach students how to work for a common goal and this ultimately develops a sense of responsibility in them. It increases the level of confidence and also teaches them how to co-operate and work with people in different conditions. They learn to face the challenges that come in education and career. Extracurricular activities like sports require a person to remain physically fit. Thus, students have to be particular about their health and diet. They have to take diet which can make them physically stronger and also do exercise daily. They start loving their body, which is very important for a happier life.