Free Coaching Classes ---
were started in 1988 for the poor children of the neighbourhood. Classes are held in the Christine Bhavan from 7 to 9 in the morning on four days a week. The children are given free tiffin on those days. Books and new clothes are also provided. Students are taken to excursions to places of interest. They too participate in various extra curricular activities.
Medical Camp ---
A free Medical Camp is conducted once a month since March 2000 on the first Sunday of each month in collaboration with the Satberia Village Welfare Mission.
Computer Education ---
The school has 6 computers including a multi-media. The students of the Secondary Section from Class V to X are given ample opportunity to learn the use of computers.
The computer education has been started in our Primary Section too. This section has 7 computers. The students of classes I to IV are provided opportunity to learn the use of computer instructed by 2 teachers. It imparts free computer education to needy students only.
Spoken English Classes ---
Spoken English classes have been introduced from classes I to VI since April,2006. The students of both the section are provided ample scope to learn communicative English through these classes. 5 teachers have been appointed by Sri Sarada Math, Rasik Bhita, Shiksha O Sanskriti Peetha, Dakshineswar. It imparts free education to needy students also.
School Magazine ---
The Nivedita Balika Vidyalaya Patrikawas published
in 2005 and 2008 and it maintained its traditional literary standard.
The Magazine included a Report of various extra-curricular activities such as excursions undertaken, Inter-school competitions participated, prizes won and cultural programmes organized by the pupils of the Primary and the Secondary Sections.
Birthdays of Sri Buddha, Sri Shankaracharya, Sri Krishna, Sri Ramakrishna, Sri Sarada Devi, Swami Vivekananda, and Sister Nivedita as well as those of Netaji and Rabindranath are observed.
The Saraswati Puja is being celebrated with the usual solemnity and enthusiasm. Christmas Eve and Ratha Yatra are celebrated ever year.