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Governing Body

The Fabindia School is managed by a not-for-profit Society called the Bhadrajun Artisans Trust, registered with the Registrar of Societies in Delhi. The Bhadrajun Artisans Trust (BAT) was established by William and John Bissell to build social development programs with a focus on education and crafts.

Members of the Society

1. Mr Sandeep Dutt - Chairman
2. Ms Prableen Sabhaney - Treasurer
3. Ms Poonam Singh Chauhan - Secretary
4. Mr Ravi Kaimal
5. Mr Rajkumar Rodla
6. Dr Babli Moitra Saraf
7. Ms Anjana Batra

Advisory Board

Mr William Bissell, Prof Vivek Bhandari, Ms Kamini Prakash & Mr Yogendra Singh Mertiya

The Meeting Calendar for the year

February - Budget Meeting - Bali
May - Mid year review meeting - Delhi
Sept - Annual General Meeting - Delhi
November - Annual Day at School - Bali

School Management Committee (SMC)

The work of the SMC is four-fold:
• to serve as a demanding partner in engaging the Principal concerning the strategic direction of
   the school.
• to provide advice and counsel to the Principal with respect to curriculum and needs of the local
   community.
• to work with students and faculty in programs of interest.
• to assist in the development of the school.

Members of the SMC at The Fabindia School, Bali

1. Brig. Karan Singh Chouhan (Retd) - Chairman
2. Sandeep Dutt - Trustee, Bhadrajun Artisans Trust
3. Rajeshree Shihag - Secretary (Principal, The Fabindia School)
4. Ramesh Choudhary - Parent Representative
5. Pratap Singh Rao - Parent Representative
6. Kamlesh Soni - Parent Representative
7. Veena Solanki - Parent Representative
8. Yogendra Singh - Alumni President
9. Vimmy Rajpurohit - Alumni Secretary
10. Usha Panwar - Teacher Representative
11. Rajeshwari Rathore - Teacher Representative

Brigadier General Karan Singh Chouhan, AVSM, VSM (Retd.), MA, MSc, MBA, is the Chairman. A resident of Bali, an academician with varied interests in poetry, literature, medicine (homeopathy) and spirituality. He is a board member of several institutions and some companies too. Brig Chouhan commands deep respect and admiration from the people of Bali and Rajasthan too.

Rajeshree Shihag - Principal, The Fabindia School, believes creativity is much more than just a skill. She is committed to introduce skills at a young age to promote entrepreneurship. She loves to inspire, engage, and encourage students by divulging creative thinking and problem-solving abilities to bring out the best learning in and out of the class rooms. With a Masters degree in English and Psychology, she did her undergraduate work in Physical Education (Swimming Specialization) and began her career at The American Embassy School, New Delhi. She has worked as an educator at schools like Mayo College Girls School, Ajmer, Pathways World School, Gurgaon and The Indian High School, Dubai.

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