Green Valley Public School at Beglihosahalli, Kolar Taluk was promoted by Antharaganga Seva Prathistana (Reg) in 2006. Since its inception, the school has become a reputed and well established school and has been gaining laurels over the years. Green Valley Public School is constantly motivated to offer best possible education. The school is set amidst a lush green campus of 8 acres off Malur road. The campus offers a conducive environment for learning amidst excellent infrastructure surrounded by evergreen gardens. The school has created an eco-friendly environment with well ventilated classrooms, staff rooms and laboratories with state-of-art equipments.
High School Building
The quality of education imparted in Green Valley Public School is reflected by the students securing 100 percent pass in the Karnataka Secondary Education board examinations year after year consecutively and the latest batch of 2018-19 with excellent performance of First class and distinctions only.
A well qualified, experienced and dedicated faculty are indulged in imparting not only education but also in nourishing, encouraging and moulding the young minds. The faculty are constantly involved in activities like motivational lecturers, seminars, tutorials, projects industrial visits and other field visits and hence are able to upgrade the quality of education.
Green Valley Public School rallies on the overall development of mind, soul and body of the student. The sports activities of the school includes foot ball court, basket ball court, badminton court, cricket ground, throw ball court, kabaddi and kho-kho courts and other indoor and outdoor activities.
A fleet of 11 buses at Green Valley Public School connects Kolar town and about 75 villages of Kolar, Malur and Bangarpet taluks of Kolar district.
To provide modern education both formal and informal education in condusive environment at an affordable fees.
Prof. R. Venugopal
Born at Santhekallahalli, Chintamani Taluk, Venugopal had his early education in Santhekallahalli and Chintamani, and college education in Bangalore and Mysore.
After obtaining a post graduate degree from Mysore University, he joined Visveswarapura College of Arts, Science and commerce, Bangalore. During his stay here, he wrote several books in Chemistry for PU, B.Sc and BE students. His unpublished research work was Nuclear and Aero space Metals –The IndianScienario under the guidance of Prof. C.V. Sundaram, the then Director, Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research (IGCAR), Kalpakkam, Tamil Nadu.
After retirement he relocated to village and has been involved in social work. He is the President of the Trust, Antharaganga SevaPrathistana (Regd) has also been writing and publishing books, many of them are in Kannada.
Prof. T. Markandananda
Born at Vokkaleri, Kolar Taluk in an agriculture family, completed primary education at his native place. After completing his High School & degree education at Kolar, he studied M.Sc & M.Philin Central College, Bangalore.
He served as Professor and HOD of Mathematics in V.V.Pura college of Science and Bangalore Institute of Technology (BIT) for 32 years, in Bangalore. He authored the text books of Mathematics for B.Sc and B.E of Bangalore University. He also served as Chairman of Board of Examinations in Mathematics of Bangalore University. After retiring in 2008, he was appointed as Professor and HOD of Mathematics in 2009 in C. Byregowda Institute of Technology (CBIT) Kolar. After serving for 7 years in this institution, he took complete retirement in December 2016. Presently working as Vice-President, Antharaganga Seva Prathistana.
Sri. B. Muniswamy
Born at Beglihosahalli, Kolar Taluk had his early education at Beglihosahalli, High School and College education at Kolar and B.P.Ed & M.P.Ed in Bangalore.
Started his career as a Teacher in High school at Masthi and then DR. Ambedkar High School, KGF. After M.P.Ed served as Lecturer and Principal in a post graduate training college at Dharwad. Served in V.V.Pura College, Bangalore as Physical Director. Selected for Range Forest Officer Training in Chandrapur, Maharashtra. Served as Range Forest Officer in South Kanara, Coorg, Mysore, Chikmagalur Districts. After promotion as Asst. Conservator of Forests, served in Mandya, Nagarahole (Coorg) and BRT Chamrajanagar. Taken voluntary retirement in 2003. At present working as Secretary, Antharaganga Seva Prathistana.