• Innovative curriculum and methodology with ‘Child First’ Approach. 
  • Small Batch sizes to ensure effective teacher student ratio. 
  • Activity, Project based learning by doing and exploration. 
  • Use of learning aids by the teachers for explaining the concepts. 
  • Excursions, Picnics and Festival celebrations to introduce the child to joyous experiences through companionship and recreational activities. 
  • Multimedia, computer aided lessons are used by teachers for all subjects. 
  • Maintenance of student profile including personal, academic and co-curricular activities data. 

Vishal Bharti Senior Secondary School is a school with Classes from Pre Primary to XII.

Pre Primary Class
Age limit ( as on the beginning of the academic session)
At the Pre-Primary Stage our focus and the expected outcomes can briefly be summarized as: Development of reading readiness, writing readiness and pre–number concepts and promotion of knowledge and understanding skills, personal, moral and social skills and age appropriate values will be the focus.
Language Development and pre-reading and pre-writing skills
Competence in talking and listening and in becoming readers and writers in essence (pre-reading and pre-writing skills), with rudiments of communication skills in English, and with a growing vocabulary and increased fluency to express their thoughts and convey the meaning to the listeners.
(Mathematics)Pre-number concept
Development of pre-mathematics skill. Skills related to comparison, sorting, matching, ordering, sequencing and counting.
Physical Development (Gross and fine motor)
Developing physical control, mobility, awareness of space and manipulative skills in the indoor and outdoor environments.
Creative Development (Emotional and Aesthetic)
Exploring sound, colour, texture, shape, form and space in two and three dimensions. Showing increasing ability to use their imagination, to listen and observe.
Personal, Social, Moral development and age-appropriate values
Children learn to work, play, co-operate and function in a group.
Admission Forms for Pre Primary are available in the month of January (as per the guidelines laid by Directorate of Education). The new session starts in the month of April.

There are no formal tests / exams at the Primary Wing. Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation Policy as per CBSE rules is being implemented at the Primary Wing under which the children are evaluated in academics including assignments / project work, activities and personality development throughout the year. The profile of the students is being reflected in CBSE prescribed graded format instead of marks.

1. The whole year – academic session has been divided into three Cycles.
2. The Cycles are distributed as follows : -
Cycle I : April to August
Cycle II : September to November
Cycle III : December to March
3. The syllabus is progressively in each cycle, keeping in mind the physical and academic development of the students.
4. Students’ interest, aptitude and competency in various non-scholastic fields such as: sports, music and dance are evaluated on a regular basis.
5. The grading has been framed on a marks convertible pattern. After evaluation the papers are graded and sent to the parents.
6. For school records the marks and grades are complied and kept as a record with the teacher concerned.
7. Flexibility is considered while conducting CCE regarding the unforeseen absence of the child due to illness/unavoidable circumstances.
8. CCE also covers the non-scholastic areas of a student using the grading system.
9. The profile of students are reflected in CBSE prescribed graded format instead of marks. A comprehensive achievement report is given to the parents at PTA meetings.
10. Admission to classes I to V are made only if there are vacancies in the above mentioned classes. Students seeking admission in Classes I to V need to appear for a written test and qualify for admission.

1. As per the directions of CBSE / DOE, CCE-The continuous & comprehensive evaluation has been implemented in true spirit in our school, right from Class 1 to Class X, since its inception.
2. As per this system of evaluation, numerical marks are converted to grades, as per the guidelines of CBSE, and are used in declaring the level of pupils’ performance and proficiency in scholastic & co-scholastic areas.
3. The school has formulated a Procedure in concurrence with the guidelines of CBSE, in order to ensure objectivity & transparency in evaluation of Scholastic and Co-Scholastic areas.
4. The system is spread over entire span of academic session in two terms. Assessment is done in the following manner :

Apr-Sep--Term I-- FA1 (10%) + FA2 (10%) + SA1 (30%)--50%
Oct-Mar--Term II--FA3 (10%) + FA4 (10%) + SA2 (30%)--50%
FA = Formative Assessment; SA = Summative Assessment
FA is continuous monitoring & active involvement in the form of projects, assignments, conversational skills, oral & written short, objective tests, quizzes, research work, group discussions etc.
SA is at the end of each term. It is a pen and paper test and consists of MCQs, short question-answers and long question answers. 8. The performance report of every student is given to parents on the scheduled calendared PTAs after completion of each formative and Summative Assessments.
9. All such students who do not secure a qualifying grade i.e E1 or E2, are eligible for improvement exam which is held after the declaration of exam results.
10. Promotion Policy: A minimum of ‘D’ grade (Qualifying grade) in each subject is mandatory for being eligible for promotion. If a student is unable to do so, he or she is a EIOP case i.e eligible for improvement exam. In the subsequently improvement exam if he / she is unable to secure a minimum of ‘D’ grade in the improvement subject, he/she does not qualify for promotion.
11. Admission to classes VI & IX are subject to the availability of seats in that particular class in the month of March. Students seeking admission in Classes VI to IX need to appear for a written test and qualify for admission.

1. The various subject combinations available in the school are:-
Commerce Stream
a) Commerce With Maths
English, Mathematics, Economics, Accountancy and Business Studies
b) Commerce with I.P.
English, Business Studies, Accountancy, Economics, IP
(c) Commerce with Physical Education
English, Business Studies, Accountancy, Economics, Physical Education

English, Political Science, Economics, Hindi, Physical Education
2. School Criteria for Eligibility for the various streams for Early term options (ETO) are
Commerce Stream (a) Commerce With Maths
Maths - B1
CGPA - 7.0
(b) Commerce Without Maths
Maths - B2
CGPA - 7.0
Humanities - CGPA Above 5.0
3. The above-mentioned grades are minimum required for various streams. If the number of applicants is more than the total no of seats, per section allocation would be done purely on merit basis.
4. As mentioned earlier, this is minimum acceptable and purely a tentative arrangement based on FA1, FA2, FA3, FA 4 and SA1 grades of Class X only. However revised cut off will be fixed and streams would be reallocated, after the declaration of board result.
6. After the declaration of Board result parents must inform the school about desired change of option (if eligible) as per the criteria given by the school that time within ten days. The list will be displayed on school notice board, before reopening of school.
Admission in Commerce and Humanities are held only after the CBSE board results of class 10th are declared. However, a student can seek a provisional admission on the basis of Pre-Board results.
• Registration form and Prospectus are available from the school front desk from 8.00 am to 12:00 noon on all working days.
• Children from other schools can be admitted on provisional basis. Confirmation of admission depends only on production of a valid School Leaving Certificate and Mark Sheet submitted within prescribed time.