• No. of Participants : 144
• 72% of total respondents have participated in
online Extracurricular activities.
• 63% of total respondents believe the true
potential of teachers is not used in the online
mode of Extra curricular activities.
• Around 75% believe that introduction of
better Technology can improve online
conduct of online Extra Curricular activities.
DISTRIBUTION OF RESPONDENTS BASED ON AGE GROUP
DISTRIBUTION OF RESPONDENTS BASED ON PREFERRED MODE
OF CONDUCT OF EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
Parent don’t want
their children to
indulge in online
He sees that some of
his friends are facing
same problem while
others are busy with
He feels sad about
not able to go out.
Want to take a area which
can be used for specific
number of children and can
be sanitised timely.
Restriction of movement Online games and courses
Students are not
able to concentrate
They are becoming
Not able to develop skills
Missing friends while
playing at home
are not efficient
Tends to get boring
Not able to do outdoor activities Quality time with family.
Students are not interested
in online activities.
Students not putting in
efforts as in offline mode to
maintain fitness n all
Need to start offline
training or find some
No team bonding
and social skills are
Giving students some fitness drills to
designing posters competition was
conducted but did not create the
output he expected
No interaction with student.
Concern about the health of students.
Information about health, sports and
nutrition through regular online activities.
People around me
are feeling low
is not possible
Meet at a common point with
lesser number of children.
Help teachers adapt digital
Teachers are not
able to adapt.
Teachers from background
activities are facing
Reduce in creativity.
No engagement with students
No need to travel for classes.
“I miss playing outdoors & later working more efficiently indoors.”
Education: In 10th Class
Professional Status: Student
Skills: sports, team building &
• Focus on studies
• Sports- badminton & football
• Get into IIT
Challenges & Frustrations
• Mental Health & pressure to score
Ethnographic Study – Student
• Not liking the new normal.
• Sitting in front of screen makes him feel exhausted.
• Parents force to study all day.
• Desire to go out and play.
• Parents are annoyed with excessive use of mobile phone.
• He want to meet friends and conduct curricular activities
• Feeling bored with just studying.
• Less efficient due to lack of extra curricular activities.
• Eye problems and less fitness due to lack of outdoor activities.
“Meaningful engagement of children during Covid times will be a big blessing to parents torn between WFH
and home schooling”.
Education: MBA (Ohio State
Professional Status: COO
Skills: Communication, Negotiation
Analysing Data & Making decisions
Art & Craft, river rafting
To maintain work life balance
Challenges & Frustrations
Balancing personal & professional
Ethnographic Study – Parent
• Extra Curricular are necessary as children can’t go out.
• Schools are inefficient in conducting extra curricular activities.
• Environment is full of scepticism, fear and anxiety.
• Health and hygiene are the prime concerns.
• Exercise and sports activities have reduced drastically.
• Behavioural changes in parents, as they have to manage children, their home
school time, play time and need to complete the daily chores at home.
• No idea about others and no time to interact socially due to increase in