Given the cumulative wealth that will be concentrated on our campus, security will be critical for the protection of students, staff, and visitors. Accordingly, we have compiled a team of those who have expertise in not only providing security services but also devising and implementing security procedures and strategies in this type of setting.
To ensure the safety and security of our students, staff, and visitors, the identity of the members of the Security Advisory Board will be kept confidential and available to those who have the appropriate security clearance. If you have the proper authorization and would like to access this information, please click here.
By way of example, meet one of the members of our Security Advisory Board:
D.R. Kaarthikeyan (India)
Mr. Kaarthikeyan is a farmer turned lawyer by training and a highly decorated Indian Police Service Officer. He held many important positions in the State of Karnataka and Government of India, besides serving in Moscow and Sydney in various capacities. He also served as Director of the prestigious Central Bureau of Investigation and Director General of the National Human Rights Commission in India. He headed the Special Investigation Team of the CBI that successfully investigated and prosecuted the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case. He was invited by INTERPOL to make a presentation of the globally applauded investigation before an International assembly of top police officers and forensic scientists, who hailed it as a model Investigation. Throughout his career, Mr. Kaarthikeyan held many offices, such as the Head of the Karnataka State Police Academy, Deputy Commissioner of Police, Law and Order, in Bangalore and the Deputy Inspector General of Police in the Karnataka State Intelligence Department and the Special Director General of the Central Reserve Police Force, the largest paramilitary force in the World. Mr. Kaarthikeyan has also had significant involvement in international affairs and served as the First Secretary in the Embassy of India in Moscow, USSR/Russia from 1974-1977. Further, from 1985-1988, he worked in Sydney, Australia to promote Indian exports to Australia, New Zealand, and Fiji. He has been honored with the Police Medal for Meritorious Service, The President’s Medal for distinguished service, besides many honors and titles from organizations from within India and outside. In 2010, Mr. Kaarthikeyan was awarded the Padma Shri, the one of the highest civilian award in India, for his contribution to the field of Indian Civil Service.