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EEO. 2021; 20(4): 1398-1406


Dr Tehseen Tahir, Dr Wajeeha Aurangzeb, Dr Umbreen Ishfaq.

The current research study focused upon relationship of co-curricular activities with the academic performance of students at university level. The objectives of the study were to find out participation of male and female students in sports activities, literary activities, and academic performance of students and to identify studentís perceptions regarding co-curricular activities. 320 students (160 male and 160 female) of BS level from twelve departments of University of Haripur were taken as sample of the study. AQuestionnaire was used for the collection of the data. The researcher personally collected data from the students at University of Haripur. It was concluded that students who participated in co-curricular activities either in sports or literary activities have high academic performance and high Grade Point Average (GPA) as compared to those who did not participate. It is recommended that the institution may give facilities and proper time to the participants of co-curricular activities and ensure every studentís participation in these kinds of activities.

Key words: Co-Curricular, Academic Performance, Perceptions, Participation, Sports Activities, Literary Activities.

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