It also strengthens the immunity system of the body and energizes them.Empower students with life skills - While sports not only help in developing physical and mental health, it also develops the life skills of a student’s personality. All this shows that sports teach a peculiar virtue which is called sportsman-ships—a calm, balanced and accommodating view of life.
This includes three and a half hours of specialized sports training in Athletics, Basketball, Badminton, Snooker/Billiards, Cricket, Tennis, Table Tennis, Football and Swimming.
An exclusive academic program with flexible timings is designed to meet the needs of students.
All the above reasons show how sport and games are an integral part of the education system and must be incorporated in every school.
“The true sportsman is he who harmonizes strength and weakness in the interests of harmony and order. If we find two men quarreling bitterly in the street, we say to both. Sports occupy a prominent place in the life of a nation.
Learn time management and discipline - Constructive use of time and discipline is a major characteristic of any sportsperson.
If a student plays a sport, he/she needs to show the commitment of time to be in a particular place at a particular time everyday as a part of their routine.
It is about fair play and believing in equality and justice.
Losing is a part and parcel of any game and accepting defeat in a positive competitive spirit distinguishes a true sportsperson which propels him/her to strive harder the next time to achieve what he/she missed out on the previous game.
which gives an individual a sense of identity and belonging to a group.
Such sports encourage children to showcase their talent and communicate with their team members.