Work experience is viewed in the National Policy on Education (1986) as “Purposive and meaningful manual work organized as an integral part of learning process and resulting in either goods or services useful to the community”. Work experience is an effective education tool which makes the distinction between intellectual and manual work less marked. It makes the entry of youth into the world of work and employment smooth. It helps social and rational integration by strengthening the links the individual and community. It generates in the students the habit of hard and responsible work, which contributes indirectly to the increasing of the national productivity as it helps the students to develop insights into productive processes and the use of science.The work experience activities develop many social values like cooperation, mutual give and take tolerance, politeness, love, truthfulness etc. in children. They develop proper attitude towards work and life. Work experience activities are based on the ideals of social equality, justice and democracy.