(1) The students who are the residents at Gurukul get up at five o‟clock in the morning. After completing their routine by 6:30 A.M., they have to start doing yoga meditation, kalaripayattu and other physical exercises. The residents of Ahmedabad too join at 6: 30 A.M. for dawn-break tasks. All the students take their breakfast at 7:30 A.M. After that, the students do their household chores such as cleaning their rooms, classrooms, clothes etc for an hour.
(2) It was perceived that students would get less time for study, when they were involved in the routine chores, but on the contrary it proved to be opposite, they not only received ample time for study, but a habit of doing one‟s work is inculcated from early childhood. At 8:30 A.M. students gather for prayers. Usually, their classes begin at 9:00 A.M, the timings are rescheduled with the change in season.
(3) It is a fact that in the ancient Gurukul system of learning there is no standard time table. The same practice is implemented in Gotirth Gurukul. However, it is completely dependent upon the wish of the experts, as to how many hours they wish to conduct the class. They interchange the class as per the need of the situation. The classes continue till 12:30 P.M.
(4)After the classes, the students take the launch. By 2:00 P.M.
5)The classes start again and continue till 4:00 P.M. From 4:00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M.
(6) The students again undergo physical activities such as rope mallakhamba, kalaripayattu etc. Thus, the students do physical exercises twice a day, which keep them energetic and fresh. In fact, the schoolwork time is just five hours and homework time is just 20 minutes, after which the students are not supposed to touch the books.