The Girls’ School in Kaliyachak in the Nalanda distict of Bihar now has a total of eighty-one students (from nine different villages), six teachers and one administrative assistant. It has students from classes I to V.

All the students at the Kaliyachak school are from disadvantaged backgrounds, 15% being from very vulnerable communities (Scheduled Caste communities).Moving to summer time, an average day at the school now begins at 7:30 am and ends at 11:30 am. The students arrive and start the day by cleaning their respective classrooms following which they say an all-inclusive prayer. The main subjects that are taught throughout the rest of the day are English, Mathematics, Hindi, Science (which has a separate teacher), Social Studies and General Knowledge, primarily following the State prescribed curriculum.

The students now play a variety of organised sports, such as cricket, football and volleyball, while also playing board games like ludo. Moreover, the extracurricular activities now also include computer studies and cycling.