We know that just like culture as well as art, recreation, leisure and sports activities play an important role in student communities. We know that their many benefits include improving the health as well as the well-being of individuals, contributing to the empowerment of individuals, as well as promoting the development of inclusive communities. We, therefore, know that recreation, leisure and sports activities may involve individuals, small groups, teams as well as whole communities and are relevant to people of all different ages, abilities and levels of skill at the same time. We, therefore, know that the types of recreation, leisure and sports activities people participate in vary greatly depending on local context, as well as tend to reflect the social systems and cultural values at the same time. We see that the Learning management system can be put to use by the teachers as well as the students. We know that to enable persons with disabilities to participate on an ongoing basis with others in recreational, leisure as well as sporting activities, school management shall take appropriate measures to firstly encourage and promote the participation, to the fullest extent possible, of persons with disabilities that too in mainstream sporting activities at all levels; as well as have an opportunity to organize, develop as well as participate in disability-specific sporting and recreational activities. In this way, we know that they can have access to sporting, recreational as well as tourism venues. We also see that it can ensure that children with disabilities have equal access with other children to participation in play, recreation as well as leisure and sporting activities. We also see that they can have access to services from those involved in the organization of recreational, tourism, as well as leisure and sporting activities. We see that it can also lead to health promotion as well as disease prevention as recreation and sports activities are enjoyable and effective ways to improve health and well-being. We know that they can relieve stress, increase fitness, as well as improve physical and mental health, and prevent the development of chronic diseases, such as heart disease as well. We also see that it can lead to skills development at the same time. We know that physical and social skills are some of the many skills that can be developed through participation in recreation and sports activities at the same time. We also know that it has led to awareness-raising, reduction of stigma, as well as social inclusion which we know, can lead to recreation and sports activities are a powerful, low-cost means to foster greater inclusion of people with disabilities at the same time. We know that in this way they can bring people of all ages as well as abilities together for enjoyment, provide people with disabilities the opportunity to demonstrate their strengths as well as abilities, and promote a positive image of disability at the same time. We see that recreation consists of activities or experiences carried on within leisure, that are usually chosen voluntarily by the participant either because of satisfaction, as well as pleasure or creative enrichment derived, or because he perceives certain personal or social values to be gained from them as well. We know that it may, also be perceived as the process of engagement, or as the emotional state derived from involvement at the same time. We know that students, especially in higher education, now spend most of their time with college friends as well as outside of the home for various purposes and work. Hence, we know that in the current scenario, the best place to include recreational activities in one’s life is one’s place of education rather than at home as well. We know that this not only provides a chance to include recreations in one’s life but also helps students to socialize and become less dependent on one’s parents as well. Therefore before analyzing the effect of recreation in educational curriculum, we see that it is important to know the impacts and necessity of recreation in one’s life as a whole as well. The school management system therefore can be of great use in such a case.