VISION & MISSION
To establish Vikas Bharti School as an institution of excellence, dedicated to producing young leaders of trust, reliability and respect. The purpose of VBS is to manifest in our lives "perfection", which is the very nature of our inner self.
To fulfil the Vision of its Founders, Vikas Bharti School provides an environment in which every student is able to discover and realizes his or her full potential. The school must attract the best of talented students, world class teachers and facilitators from near and far, without distinction of race, religion, caste, creed or colour or disadvantaged social status.
As a residential school, Vikas Bharti School must maintain a sharp focus on the pursuit of knowledge and skill. In particular, it must help its students and staff to attain the highest academic standards and all round excellence. In addition, drawing on its traditions and its rich history, the school should aim at the broader development of the complete personality of its students.
· An understanding & appreciation of India and the world’s rich culture.
· A lifelong commitment to integrity, ethics and humaneness
· A strong secular ethos.
· Leadership, with a sense of team work & fair play.
· An awareness of the environment and the willingness and ability to protect it from human degredation.
Vikas Bharti School is the realization of a dream The aim was to establish a "public school", which would cater to the needs of Purvanchal as well as the rest of the country; to the more remote North East provinces, Bihar, Nepal and Bhutan and overseas. The institution is a privately supported, fully residential institution and admits only 400 boys and girls. It therefore maintains a staff-student ratio of 1: 10. The school is affiliated to The Council for The Indian School Certificate Examinations, New Delhi [ISC for 10+2 in Science, Commerce and Humanities].
The school completed its 20th anniversary on June 04, 2015, celebrating it by being placed among the 100 best boarding schools of India. [source: 'Hundred Good Schools of India' by Mr. Sandeep Dutt; published by English Book Depot, Dehradun.]
The chief objective behind the establishment of the school, a non-profit institution, is to train children for the present digital age and the forseeable beyond, providing them with such opportunities and a sense of purpose as to nurture a perpetual environment of discovery, aptitude and interest.