Bhubaneswar, 8.10- The world’s largest residential tribal institution, Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences (KISS) has always excelled in various fields due to the proper care of students and a conducive educational environment. This year the students of KISS have achieved high academic performance. Four KISS students have succeeded in Odisha Civil Services Exam.
They are Raimat Tudu, Mantu Khamari, Hemant Puta and Nilamadhav Patra. Raimat Tudu came from Mayurbhanj district, Mantu and Hemant came from Balangir district and Nilamadhav came from Kalahandi district and studied in KISS. This year, a total of 392 candidates have passed the Odisha Civil Services Exam, including four students of KISS. Apart from this, 25 students of KISS have qualified for the National Fellowship for Scheduled Tribes (NFST) for the year 2021-22, the results of which were announced today. Each successful candidate will receive a fellowship of Rs. 35,000/- per month from the Ministry of Tribal Affairs (MoTA), New Delhi. Similarly, 17 KISS students have succeeded in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET), while 3 students cleared JEE Advanced. Founder of KISS, Dr. Achyuta Samanta has always striven to provide quality education to students. From time to time appropriate training and coaching are given for the overall development of these students with the advice of Dr. Samanta.
These students have been consistently achieving success in academics, sports, and employment. The students who have achieved success in various academic fields this year thanked the authorities and expressed their gratitude to the founder Dr. Samanta. This success brings glory to not only KISS, but the entire tribal community.