The organization has a dedicated cadre of teachers, staff and volunteers who support the Vimukti learning experience. The School is affiliated to Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education. VGS not only provides free education but also free books and stationery, uniforms, shoes, bags, snacks, milk and transportation for the girls.
The slums of Jaipur suffer from various socio-economic problems which are intensified by the continued migration of poor families from rural areas. The living conditions, health & sanitation are of abysmally low levels. The slum population also faces a high level of social ills like drug abuse and crime against women.
The girls belong to socially and economically weaker sections of the society. Around 95% of the girls are from socially backward classes (SC/ST/OBC), minority sections (Muslims/Sikhs) and their family income is not more than Rs 100,000 annually.
The admission process of Vimukti Girls School involves a physical survey of the houses of all the applicants. This is done to ensure that the information provided in the admission form is genuine and every applicant fulfills the income criteria of less than Rs 100,000 annual family income. The students’ parents work as auto-rickshaw drivers/labourers/cooks/domestic help/ washerwomen/ mechanics/ sweeper/ painter/ carpenter, etc. The average family size is 5 members. Many girls come from families with single mothers (widowed or separated) or drunkard/abusive fathers/brothers, as a result mothers are sole breadwinners.