Academics :- As a student, realize the importance of life-skills, which help you succeed in your chosen field as well as manage your life successfully. The environment in which you grow up has a Beyond bearing on your personal characteristics, behavior and attitudes. Similarly, the career that you choose, determines the type and extent of life-skills required to succeed. In general, the most essential life-skills to develop are:

Art & Design :- When kids are encouraged to express themselves and take risks in creating art, they develop a sense of innovation that will be important in their adult lives. “The kind of people society needs to make it move forward are thinking, inventive people who seek new ways and improvements, not people who can only follow directions,” says Kohl. “Art is a way to encourage the process and the experience of thinking and making things better!”

Yoga :- Yoga develops many wonderful qualities in children. Beside the obvious benefits of exercising the physical body, both yoga and martial arts sharpen the child's ability to focus, give self-confidence, and develop self-discipline. And yoga, practiced regularly, helps children become aware of themselves from the inside out. From this awareness, changes and growth in new and positive directions can blossom.

Sports :- Sports help children develop physical skills, get exercise, make friends, have fun, learn to play as a member of a team, learn to play fair, and improve self-esteem. American sports culture has increasingly become a money making business. The highly stressful, competitive, "win at all costs" attitude prevalent at colleges and with professional athletes affects the world of children's sports and athletics; creating an unhealthy environment. It is important to remember that the attitudes and behavior taught to children in sports carry over to adult life. Parents should take an active role in helping their child develop good sportsmanship.

Life Skill Trips Life skills teach preschoolers how to handle tasks themselves. The growing independence and the desire to learn skills makes this age an ideal time to begin teaching basic life skills, such as personal hygiene, safety, cooking, friendships and money management. Starting early gives your youngster plenty of time to practice the skills to achieve mastery by the time he needs to apply the skills.

Student Council :- The functions and level of autonomy of a student council will obviously depend on the grade level and aptitude of the students involved, but generally, the purpose of a student council at any level is to develop leadership. By involving them in school functions beyond just their classrooms, student council gives students opportunity to demonstrate their talents while learning useful skills for the workplace and community. Through student council, student leaders can pursue personal and collective interests by organizing community outreach and other events, and motivating the participation of their peers. Student council also serves as an interface between school management, staff, parents and students.