The aim of education is not merely imparting bookish knowledge but to make the youth good citizens by bringing about their physical, mental, social and intellectual development. Co-curricular activities are very helpful in development of child’s entire personality. This paper is to know the attitude towards co-curricular activities among graduate and post-graduate prospective teachers. A Sample of 100 Graduate and post graduate prospective teachers from different colleges of education affiliated to Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar was taken. A self-prepared questionnaire about attitude towards Co-curricular having 50 items related with awareness, time schedule and attitude of prospective teachers towards community survey, campaigns on the social problem, self-government in school, field trips, various hobbies, morning assemblies, NCC, NSS, School elections and other related activities was prepared. Findings: No significant difference is found in the (i) attitude of graduate and post graduate male prospective teachers towards co-curricular activities; (ii) attitude of graduate and post graduate female prospective teachers towards co-curricular activities, (iii) attitude of graduate and post graduate prospective teachers towards co-curricular activities; (iv) attitude of male and female prospective teachers towards co-curricular activities.
Key words: Co-Curricular activities, attitude, Perspective.