Rabies is a significant disregarded ailment, which kills around 59,000 individuals every year. Over 33% of these deaths are in youngsters under 15 years old. Practically all human rabies deaths in Africa and Asia are because of bites from infected dogs. Regardless of the high adequacy of current rabies immunizations, mindfulness about rabies preventive medicinal services is regularly low in endemic territories. It is in this way basic for instructive activities to be directed related to different rabies control exercises, for example, mass canine immunization, notwithstanding, there are scarcely any models where the viability of instructive exercises has been evaluated. Here, primary school students in Jhang, Pakistan, were given an exercise on rabies science and preventive social insurance. Information and mentalities towards rabies were surveyed by a questionnaire before the lesson and immediately after the lesson. Information on rabies and how to be sheltered around hounds was more prominent after the exercise.