Our school strongly believes that children’s abilities and interests start to take shape by the end of their secondary education. To cater to this, we offer a diverse range of courses with a wide variety of choices. Our curriculum includes subjects such as English, Hindi, Sanskrit, History, Geography, Mathematics, Science, Drawing & Painting, Handicraft, Music & Dance, Computer Science, Moral Science, Environmental Science, Commercial Studies, Accounts, Economics, Commerce, and Physical Education.

Moreover, our school has special courses in Physical Training, Athletics, Gymnastics, Karate, Boxing, Tennis, and various other games to ensure holistic development of our students. We strive to provide contemporary and rigorous education with the latest advances in the field to prepare our students to become leaders with a strong foundation in ethical and moral behavior.

The medium of instruction is ENGLISH and the school will eventually provide education to both boys and girls for a 15 year course as under:-

Classes Nursery, KG & PrepToddlers School3+ years
Classes I to V                       Junior School5+ years
Classes VI to VIII                Middle School10 + years
Classes IX to XII                 Senior School13+ years

The School is affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination, New Delhi. On 3rd April, 2015 we got our Permanent Affiliation from CISCE with upgradation to Class 11th. First batch of students appeared in ICSE Examination in 2014-15.


 Exam MarksWeightageTime for Conduction
1Period Order 1PO1 (A)25 (5+20)10%1st Week of May
2PO1 (B)25 (5+20)2nd Week of July
3Half Yearly(Class 1st – 5th)50 (10+40)30%2nd Week of September
(Class 6th– 12th)100 (10+90)
4Period Order 2PO2 (A)25 (5+20)10%1st Week of November
5PO12(B)25 (5+20)3rd Week of December
6Final Exams(Class 1st – 5th)50 (10+40)50%1st Week of March
(Class 6th– 12th)100 (10+90)

Exam Rules and Evaluation Methods at VGS:


  • No formal examination for Pre-Primary Classes.
  • Student progress is evaluated through curriculum-linked activities and key skill assessments.
  • Promotion to the next class is based on overall performance.

Classes 1-9:

  • PO1, PO2, Half Yearly and Final Exams include 10 marks for completion and submission of subject notebooks and class participation.

Classes 10-12:

  • Class Tests of 10 marks are conducted every Monday during Zero Period as per the Calendar.
  • PO1, PO2, Half Yearly and Final Exams include 10 marks from Class Tests.

General Rules:

  • Retests are not conducted.
  • Absent students require a medical certificate before the last day of the exam for consideration in promotion.
  • Absence due to non-medical reasons are not considered.
  • Missed tests/exams result in no rank.
  • Emergency conditions are entertained only once, and the Principal’s decision is final.
  • Promotion to the next class is based on overall performance with weightage given to each test/exam.