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GIIS Bangalore Faculty

At GIIS, we understand the needs of expatriate parents. That is why we offer flexibility of admission subject to availability of seats.

Admissions are open for new students all year long for academic sessions starting in April each year.  The registration process opens from August the previous year, while the application reviewing process by our Admissions Team commences in January each year.

GIIS Bangalore Faculty

Nearly 1500 teachers work diligently to help students build a strong educational foundation

School Management

Whitefield Campus

Ms. Preetha D’Mello

Head Mistress, Pre-Primary

Mr. Manoj Kumar Tiwari

Principal, GIIS Whitefield

Ms. Anupama R Patil

Vice Principal, GIIS Whitefield

Ms. Preetha D'Mello

Head Mistress - Pre-Primary, GIIS Whitefield

Ms. Jeelu Mary Varghese

Academic Coordinator, Primary

Ms. Gunjan Gupta

Senior Segment Coordinator (CBSE), GIIS Whitefield

Ms. Usha Pitty Gajendran

CAIE Coordinator, GIIS Whitefiled

Ms. Ashima

Deputy Segment Coordinator- Middle School GIIS Whitefield

Ms. Bharti Manik Chadha

Deputy Segment Coordinator- Upper Primary GIIS Whitefield

Ms. Swathi K

Deputy Segment Coordinator- Lower Primary GIIS Whitefield

Bannerghatta Campus

Mr. Girish R Arabbi

Principal, GIIS Bannerghatta

Ms. Revathy Cheruvally

Academic Coordinator for Grades 1 to 9, GIIS Bannerghatta

Ms. Thanushri Praneeth

Pre-Primary Coordinator, GIIS Bannerghatta

School Executive Management

Mr. Ashish Tibdewal

Country Director, GSF India

Girish Sachdeva

Finance Controller, India

Academic & Examination Board

Mr. N Nagarajan

National Academic Head, GIIS

Sunita Jai Singh

National Head, Academics

Vaishali Borde

National Head, Co-Scholastic & Pre Primary

How do we hire our Faculty?

Specifically, we look for the following unique points.

Domain Proficiency

We ensure that our teachers are experts in their fields with a wealth of experience which makes them an invaluable asset.

Selection Criteria

Our interview process is rigorous, our selection criteria is stringent and our evaluation takes into account inter-personal skills, past experience and the ability to adapt and improvise.


Our teachers undergo a minimum of 80 hours of training each year. Our dedicated training and development centre ensures that opportunities are identified for each faculty member to improve themselves and in turn help the organisation grow.


We share knowledge and expertise across our various campuses by exchanging ideas of best practises and conducting training and brainstorming sessions.