“Some of your best ideas come when you’re on vacation.” – Gautam Singhania

The countdown cannot be more real right now. Students are trying hard to focus on school, but school break is right around the corner. As patient as they’re trying to be, they cannot contain their excitement. Some might have a big planned family vacation, or some just intend on spending evenings with their besties.

Holidays are the time in which the students get some time to spend in other co-curricular activities. A rest from the academics, makes student’s mind fresh, which helps them to restart their course. During the holidays, the children meet their relatives, spend time with them and know each other. It is the time when the students develop and know about their field of interest. Also, they find space for themselves and learn about their choice of interest. The school bag goes to rest and the vacation ‘to do list’ is made. However, few students are still thinking to themselves, “Now what am I going to do with all this free time?”Sure, there are games to play, movies to watch, and friends to hang out with. But there are also plenty of productive things to do during the school holidays.

Vacations hold a very important role in a student’s life as it gives them a chance to refresh, relax and learn more than what is taught in schools. It also gives them a “chance to revisit” any subject that they might have missed during the classes. Sometimes, students use this time pursue their hobbies such as art and craft, dance etc.

Life of our dear students revolves all-around studying and career building. Thus, there is a lot of pressure and responsibility on their shoulders, that is why they need some time to loosen up this burden. This is done by the vacations that they are provided with. These vacations help a student to keep their mind relaxed and away from the stress of studies, marks and other burdens.