Our school is situated in an extreme remote rural area. Having our set up in a remote rural area, we are delivering the quality education amongst the scheduled castes, backward classes,minorities and very poor sections of the society charging a nominal fee and providing free education to a large number of students. The running of the school in such a remote place and with the students belonging to families of labour classes surrounded by MCC,AZAD HIND FAUZ and other NAXAL GROUPS is a mere charity.Hence it is quite clear in itself that, "The Mission of Achievement under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan" of this school is to impart education to the students standing in the last row of the society.Most of the affiliated schools are situated in and around the townships where the parents can afford to pay higher amount of tuition fee. Whereas we have to run the school at a fee equivalent to two day's daily wages of the daily wagers. The promotion of the school is in the interest of the nation to save the misguided children by imparting proper education. We put our all efforts to bring the children from agricultural farm to the school.
The Vidyapati Public School has an aim to be an institution of excellence and brilliance which is dedicated for the production of future leaders.
The Vidyapati Public School must maintain a sharp focus on the pursuit of knowledge and skill. In particular, it must attain the highest academic standards.
In addition of drawing on its tradition and its courageous history, the school is aiming at the broader development of the complete personality of its students by creating:
"A sense of integrity, ethics and uncompromising honesty.Leadership, with a sense of team work and fair play. An awareness of the environment.A concern for human rights and democratic values"
Under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan our school provides quality elementary education including life skills. Our school has a special focus on girls' education and Divyang children with special needs. School provides computer education and also promotes government's digital India scheme by implementing total digitalization in school campus. The school is organizing awareness programmes for elementary education of all children in the 6-14 age group to bridge social, regional and gender gaps.
The school has focused not only on textbook learning but also on the growth of values, skills and capacities of students. This helps individuals to plan for their career as well as play a useful part in building a new society with progressive values. In our school under Right to Education 25% of the students are getting free education in their respective classes under the guideline and supervision of local Sarva Shiksha Scheme unit.
The school aims to reduce the social, regional and gender gaps, with the active participation of the community representatives in the management of schools and by organizing awareness programmes amongst scheduled castes, backward classes, minorities and very poor sections of the society.