Indian students engage more in extra classes, co-curricular activities than peers: Cambridge study

Almost two-third of Indian students take extra tuition for key subjects after school, 72 per cent participate in co-curricular activities and 74 per cent say they play sports regularly in school.

Indian students engage in more extra classes and co-curricular activities than their peers in other countries, according to a Cambridge study. Almost two-third of Indian students take extra tuition for key subjects after school, 72 per cent participate in co-curricular activities and 74 per cent say they play sports regularly in school. They also rank high on the time spent doing homework, with 40 per cent spending two to four hours on their homework every day while a good 37 per cent spend the same time over the weekend too.

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