The legal holding of the Adivasi Academy lies with the Bhasha Research and Publication Centre. The Adivasi Academy is governed by the following Offices and Committees:


  1. Dr. Madan Meena, Director, Adivasi Academy and Trustee, Bhasha Centre Artist and Researcher
  2. Ms. Sapna Bhatia, Delhi
    Holds an MBA from India and a Masters in International Journalism from City University, London; an International Journalist, has worked with CNBC, Al Jazeera, APTN (Associated Press Television Network); Presently heads TV News International
  3. Ms. Aditi Mehta (Retd. IAS), Udaipur
    Formerly Jt. Secretary to Govt. of India, Jt. Secretary in PMO, Department of Women and Child Welfare and Ministry of Panchayati Raj, Government of India
  4. Prof. Indranil Acharya, Midnapur
    Professor with Department of English, Vidyasagar University, Midnapur Member, National Editorial Collective, People’s Linguistic Survey of India
  5. Prof. Lisa Lomdak, Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh
    Faculty, Rajiv Gandhi University, Arunachal Pradesh Member, National Editorial Collective, People’s Linguistic Survey of India

  1. Fellowship Committee, defines and administers the fellowship programmes of the Academy. This committee decides on research fellows and interns and the projects undertaken by them.
  2. Finance Committee, to decide on funding and budgets
  3. Library Committee, to select and procure new titles and journals and decide about digitization and library networking
  4. Purchase Committee, of the Bhasha Centre, which supervises the handling of funds received from donors for acquiring specific equipment
  5. Appointment Committee, of Bhasha Centre, makes staff appointments
  6. Campus Development and maintenance Committee, oversees the needs and maintenance of the campus
  7. Grievance (Women and Child Protection) Committee, ensures safe environment within the organisation and looks into any complaints received
  8. Information Technology and Equipment Committee, looks into maintenance of existing technical equipment and its upgradation