The forms are assigned a letter:
‘G’ form being class IV,
‘F’ form being class V,
‘E’ form being class VI,
‘D’ form being class VII,
‘C’ form being class VIII,
‘B’ form being class IX,
‘A’ form being class X,
‘S’ form being class XI, and
‘SC’ form being class XII.
Rather than following the system of streaming the students according to their performance, they are randomly divided into sections.
Vikas Bharti follows a six day week consisting of 44 periods (each period is referred to as a ‘period’ of 40 minutes each). The overall student/teacher ratio is 15:1, and the average strength of a class is around 25 students. The teachers are assigned class rooms, while the students walk to their respective subject rooms at the end of each ‘period’. The 5 minutes break between the first and second bell refreshes their minds, stretches their limbs and gives them an opportunity to reflect on what has been taught or just chat with friends in route.
Music, Art, Sanskrit is compulsory subject upto C form.
(**Sanskrit is exceptional for G and F Form.)