Our MANAGEMENT TEAM 

Mrs. Deepti Aradhya (CEO)

Deepti Kore Aradhya, is the CEO of Basava Residential Girls School.  Deepti is passionate about the empowerment of the girl child and has taken on the reins of leadership with the aim of making BRGS the finest boarding school for girls in Karnataka, offering the best curricular and pedagogical practices at an affordable cost to the future female leaders of the world. Deepti comes from a family with tremendous experience in the field of education.  Her father, Dr. Prabhakar Kore, is an Indian politician and a member of the Rajya Sabha from Karnataka. He is the chairman of the Karnatak Lingayat Education Society, Belagavi which runs over 250 educational institutions in Karnataka and Maharashtra, India. Deepti is also a talented gemologist and jewelry designer, with a degree in Gemology and Jewelry Design from the Gemological Institute of America in the United States.

Heads of School 

Mrs. Latha Mallikarjun, Head of School  - Administration

To Mrs. Latha Mallikarjun, education is the art of cultivating the moral, emotional, physical, psychological and spiritual dimensions of the developing child. Having done her Dip.Sup in French and later doing her Masters in English and a B.Ed, she has taught French language for 17 years and also worked as the cultural and academic coordinator in an International School. Mrs. Latha Mallikarjun was in a state of stagnation when she got this wonderful opportunity to join Basava Residential Girls School. This opportunity opened doors for her immense interest in empowering girls and gave her a great platform to do so. Mrs. Latha Mallikarjun feels proud that she is a part of the vision of Basava Residential Girls School’s CEO Mrs Deepthi Aradhya, who is passionately involved in all the endeavours of the school for the upliftment of girls in India. Her work has also given her an opportunity to relearn all the teachings of Basavanna which were taught to her by her grandfather, the late Shri Basavaraj Kattimani.  “New beginnings bring various changes. However, newness alone cannot produce transformation. We must be willing to be caught up in the rebirth that is possible with each change. Here at BRGS, we believe in unlearning and relearning”, says Mrs. Latha Mallikarjun.