Formal Schools are :
1. Jatra Tana Bhagat Vidya Mandir
2. Koyaleshwar Nath Vidya Mandir
3. Gyan Niketan
4. Vikas Children Academy
5. Koyaleshwar Nath Inter Mahavidyalaya, Banari
PVTGs and ST Schools are :
1. PTG School, Sahebganj
2. PTG School, Tusagaon
3. PTG School, Maheshpur-Chainpur
4. ST School, Jehan Gutwa
Sarva Shiksha Abhiyaan (SSA)
Role of Vikas Bharti under SSA:
Under the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, Vikas Bharti had set up a large chain of Setu Schools in Gumla, Lohardaga and Latehar districts. Had Prepared 10500 children to go back to the School through 90 residential and 1283 non-residential Setu Schools. These children were being enrolled in different Schools.
The main schemes as run by Vikas Bharti to give a definite shape to SSA program are :
1. Gram Siksha Samiti : Gram Shiksha Samiti program was conducted in 136 panchayats of 11 blocks of Gumla district. Within Gumla District under Sarv Shiksha Abhiyaan 253 Gram Shiksha Samiti have been established and under this about 1668 (1306 male and 362 female )trainees were trained in the Gumla district.
2. Setu Paatyakram (Bridge Course) : Under the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyaan, the bridge course is being run across the country. Under this, a target was set to connect children aged in between 6 to 14 years with regular school by the year 2008. Vikas Bharti got the approval of this project in October 2003 and from November 2003 the work of selection of survey site and selection of teachers were started in the area. By focusing on the children of age group 11-14 years, Vikas Bharti has prepared the outline of the work schedule. Most of the school going children in Gumla district used to see the problem of leaving the school while crossing the second grade. About 30 percent of children were forced to drop out of school, which was a serious problem for concerning. Keeping this challenge in mind, a total of 55 residential schools were opened in 11 blocks of Gumla district since from January, 2004 in which 2250 students were enrolled and a total of 55 teachers were working in these schools. Vikas Bharti also operated 215 non-residential schools for children in the age group of 9-14 in three blocks - Ghagra, Sisai and Bharno under the Jharkhand Siksha Pariyojana , in which a total of 5350 children were enrolled and a total of 215 trachers were working in these schools.
3. State Resource Center (Rajya Sansadhan Kendra) : Vikas Bharti, State Resource Center was formed in the organization in the month of October 2003. It was the first resource center in the field of education in the whole country with the main objectives were a) To provide suitable resources to develop the primary education program operated in the state.
b) Formulating a concrete strategy of education.
c) Preparing innovative projects.
d) Organizing training, workshops, conferences, seminars etc. for capacity enhancement.
e) Monitoring and evaluation of teaching works etc.
Since from the inception , Vikas Bharti, Bishunpur is focussing towards the transformation of the education system. As the organization is considering education to be the most powerful as well as sustainable tool to cater all forms of societal issues. For such the Vikas Bharti , Bishunpur is running 14 residential centres(Ashrams) for both boys and girls of the tribals and marginalized communities since from the year 1986 to reside and continue their education either in organisation supported schools or in any other formal schools. These centres are fully equipped with good infrastructure, logistic facilities , academic support and homely atmosphere that aspire the children towards their overall development. Vikas Bharti has supported to establish 5 formal schools for both boys and girls in Bishunpur, Gumla since from the year 1986 with the main motto of bringing or mainstreaming the out of school and school drop-out children belonging tothe most vulnerable tribals and backward section from across the hard to reach areas of the Gumla district so as to provide them with quality education from Class I to Class X. Vikas Bharti is running since from the year 2008 in partnership with The Tribal Welfare Department, Government of Jharkhand on PPP mode 4 PVTG Schools for both boys and girls with the main purpose to cater the community towards the need and the importance of education and also develop them as the change agent for the society.