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12th Annual Convocation of KIIT University

Total 5047 students of 2015 – 16 graduating batch of KIIT University received their degrees at its 12th Annual Convocation in the presence of Professor Sir Richard John Roberts, Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine (1993), UK, Dr. Habil Khorakiwala, Chairman, Wockhardt Group and other dignitaties on November 12, 2016. View

12.11.2016

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11th Annual Convocation of KIIT University
Use Your Education to Solve Global Problems: Nobel Laureate

Total 4612 students of 2014 – 15 graduating batch of KIIT University received their degrees at its 11th Annual Convocation in the presence of Professor Sir John E. Walker, Nobel Laureate in Chemistry (1997), U.K. View

07.11.2015
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Tenth Annual Convocation of KIIT University
Set-long term career goals and work very hard to achieve them: Murad

The 10th convocation of KIIT University was held on Saturday. Prof. Ferid Murad, Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine (1998), USA View

08.11.2014
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Ninth Annual Convocation of KIIT University
KIIT Reflects Spirit of Rising Odisha: Mauritius President

Convocation Address by His Excellency Mr. Rajkeswur Purryag,
GCSK, GOSK, President of The Republic of Mauritius. View

16.11.2013
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“Man Becoming Economic Entity”
His Excellency Lyonchhen Jigmi Y. Thinley,
Hon’ble Prime Minister, The Royal Government of Bhutan
KIIT Holds its 8th Annual Convocation

09.09.2012
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7th Annual Convocation
1568 Students Awarded Degrees at KIIT Convocation

Convocation Address by Shri Montek Singh Ahluwalia,
Hon'ble Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission of India. View

06.01.2012
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6th Annual Convocation
1568 Students Awarded Degrees at KIIT Convocation

Convocation Address by His Excellency Shri M. C. Bhandare,
The Governor of Odisha. View

05.12.2010
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5th Annual Convocation
Governor Graces KIIT Convocation Ceremony

Convocation Address by His Excellency Shri M. C. Bhandare,
The Governor of Odisha. View

06.12.2009
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4th Annual Convocation
Nobel Laureate Delivers Convocation Address at KIIT

Convocation Address by Prof. (Dr.) Richard R. Ernst,
Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, 1991 Switzerland. View

Address by Lord Charles Falconer,
Former Lord Chancellor & Secretary of State for Justice, United Kingdom. View

26.10.2008
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3rd Annual Convocation
Nobel Laureate Delivers Convocation Address at KIIT

Convocation Address by Prof. Rolf M. Zinkernagel, Nobel Laureate. View

26.11.2007

2nd Convocation
Vice President of India delivers Convocation Address

Convocation Address by Dr. Bhairon Singh Shekhawat,
His Excellency The Vice President of India. View

13.10.2006

1st Convocation

Convocation Address by Prof. S. Parsuraman,
Director, Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), Mumbai

03.06.2006
 

7th Annual Convocation
India poised for great structural change: Shri Montek Singh Ahluwalia, Dy. Chairman of the Planning Commission of India

The country has witnessed remarkable growth over the years and the young graduates of today will find themselves in a prosperous India which promises to have five times more and greater structural changes, said Shri Montek Singh Ahluwalia, Dy. Chairman of the Planning Commission of India, while delivering the Convocation Address at the 7th Annual Convocation of KIIT University on January 6.

Six eminent personalities of the country were conferred degree of D.Litt. / D.Sc. / D.Law (Honoris Causa) by KIIT University. The recipients of Honorary Degrees are - Dr. D. Y. Patil, Governor of Tripura (D.Litt.), Mr. Ram Jethmalani, Sr. Advocate, Supreme Court of India & Member of Parliament-R.S. (D.Law), Prof. C. N. R. Rao, Chairman, Scientific Advisory Council to Prime Minister (D.Sc.), Mr. H. M. Nerurkar, MD, Tata Steel (D.Sc.), Dr. Narendra Jadhav, Member, Planning Commission of India and National Advisory Council (D.Litt.) and Mr. Pinky Anand, Sr. Advocate, Supreme Court of India (D.Law). Prof. C. N. R. Rao received the degree in absentia.

Presenting a comparative picture of the growth, the country has witnessed, Ahluwalia said “India did progress at a slow pace because, while the GDP growth was only 3.5%, the population growth was more than 20%. In the 60s, the growth was slowest and this continued in the next twenty years.” Though some economists are skeptical about the growth because of the present slow down, yet in the next 20 years Indian economy is bound to witness an annual growth rate of 8 to 9 percent per year, he said, elaborating that the population growth has slowed down from twenty percent to 1.4% per year and this trend will continue.

“In contrast to slower growth for the last 45 years, the last nine years have seen tremendous growth in the economy. In addition to the structural changes, technology is also changing much faster. The transmission of the technology is even faster,” Ahluwalia explained. In the sixties and seventies India was being considered as a developing country, but the global perception about the country has changed now, he said, adding that in the changed situation the country is expected to be the third largest economy of the world.

“It is predicted that by 2030, after China and USA, India will be a major economic power,” he said, while emphasizing on the quality of education. It is not quantitative growth alone that will take the country forward, but it should be combined with a qualitative growth of education and knowledge, he stated. Underscoring the need for Public – Private Partnership in the field of education, Ahluwalia commended the efforts of KIIT in creating an excellent infrastructure and for giving the country a value based education. Hailing the efforts of Dr. A Samanta and KIIT, Ahluwalia said that KIIT provided a beckon and showed the way how private players can take up the responsibility. “It is a remarkable experiment that has been made by KIIT by creating KISS,” while expressing the the best wishes for the young graduates passing out.

Expressing best wishes to the recipients of Honoris Causa Degree and the graduate students, Chancellor Prof. R. P. Kaushik explained the challenges that higher education in India is facing today.

Earlier in his report, Vice Chancellor Prof. A. S. Kolaskar said that the University has taken initiative to give impetus for research on the campus by establishing a center of innovation and research with seed money of Rs. 5 crore. “The University takes its social responsibility very seriously and ensures that no qualified student applicant is denied higher education for want of financial resources,” he said, while informing that free education has been provided to more than 750 students many of whom are tribal or otherwise socially disadvantaged students.

Speaking on the occasion Dr. D. Y. Patil congratulated the young graduates and urged them to work for those who have been left behind in the process of development. Dr. Narendra Jadhav said graduates have a role model in Dr. Achyuta Samanta and try to emulate him. Mr. H. M. Nerurkar expressed gratitude to KIIT University for bestowing the honour on him.             

Ram Jethmalani urged the young graduates to use the science for the good of the society. “Science stands at the crossroads today. The whole planet is going to become a graveyard unless science develops some mechanism to fight the menace of religious fanaticism,” he said in his acceptance speech. Calling Dr. Achyuta Samanta, Founder of KIIT & KISS as the Bhismapitamaha, the eminent lawyer hailed his endevour of providing education to 15,000 tribal students in KISS as outstanding. Ms. Pinky Anand expressed humility and thanked the university for the honour.

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6th Annual Convocation
1568 Students Awarded Degrees at KIIT Convocation

Total 1,568 graduates of 2010 batch of KIIT University received degrees at the Sixth Annual Convocation of the University on 5th December 2010. In addition, the University conferred Ph.D. to ten candidates and D.Litt to one candidate. Shri M. C. Bhandare, His Excellency the Governor of Orissa graced the occasion as the Chief Guest and delivered the convocation address. 

KIIT University conferred Degree of Doctorate (Honoris Causa) to six distinguished personalities from various walks of life. Honorary Degree of D.Litt was conferred on Smt. Sheila Dikshit, Hon'ble Chief Minister, Govt. of NCT of Delhi, Shri Prafulla Chandra Ghadai, Hon'ble Minister of Finance & Excise, Odisha and Dr. Sruti Mohapatra, Noted Social Activist & Chief Executive, Swabhiman. Honorary Degree of D.Sc. was conferred on Padmashri Dr. V. K. Saraswat, Scientific Advisor to Defence Minister & Secretary, Deptt. of Defence Research & Development, Ministry of Defence D.G., DRDO, Govt. of India and Dr. K. Radhakrishnan, Chairman, Indian Space Research Organisation, Govt. of India. The University conferred Honorary Degree of D.Law on Prof. J. Martin Hunter, Emeritus Professor, Nottingham Trent University, U.K.

Speaking to the graduating students, Shri M. C. Bhandare reminded them that the society is waiting to see them join the task of nation building, and secure for India its place of pride among the leaders of the global community. He advised the graduates to emulate the values of their alma mater and its Founder, Dr. A. Samanta, who made it a mission in life to reach out to the unreached and by setting up Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences, an institute for 15,000 tribal children. 

As a self financing university, KIIT University has been doing remarkable work in education and research in India, the Governor observed, adding that continuous value addition has made KIIT, one of the fastest growing universities not only in India but in the world. 

Accepting the honorary D.Litt degree, Smt. Dikshit said that KIIT University has an aroma of passionate pursuit of excellence and, above all, humane touch. Efforts and dedication of Dr. A. Samanta, Founder, KIIT & KISS have made it a very well known university in a short span of time, she added. KIIT University has emerged as an epicenter of professional education in the state, said Shri Ghadai. Expressing his gratitude, Dr. Saraswat termed the award as recognition for his team that has contributed immensely in making India self reliant in missile technology. 

In his acceptance speech, Prof. Hunter called KIIT as his spiritual home. Determination of Dr. Samanta has changed lives of thousands of students, said Dr. Mohapatra. She advised graduating students to keep their homes and hearts open for persons with disability. 

Academic value addition has enriched the institution, said Dr. Samanta, while emphasizing that KIIT is perhaps the only university which integrates education with human values. Expressing gratitude to the recipients of honorary degree of doctorate, he said it was a rare honour to honour them. Dr. Samanta congratulated the successful graduates of the university and wished them a bright future. 

Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Hari Gautam, Chancellor, KIIT University urged graduates to always be proud as Indians. Stating that KIIT University is one of the most dynamic residential academic campuses of this country offering academic diversity and confluence of modernity and tradition, he said that this has only been possible because Dr. Samanta's special dynamism, a unique passion, an unabated commitment, an honest sincerity, personal sacrifice and a high indexed integrity. 

KIIT University has taken steps to internationalize education and has signed MoU's with more than 17 Universities from 12 countries in last one year, informed Prof. A. S. Kolaskar, Vice Chancellor. The University has appointed the best teachers and this has translated into high achievements of its students, he said in his report. Recently, the university has achieved exciting success in the field of research and development, he added. Dr. Sasmita Samanta, Registrar, KIIT University proposed vote of thanks.

Outstanding students were awarded gold and silver medal at the ceremony. Mahmudul Hasan, M.Tech in Electronics Engineering, and Namrata Kar, B.Tech in Electronics Engineering, bagged Founder's Gold Medal for securing highest CGPA among Post Graduate and Under Graduate courses respectively.

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5th Annual Convocation
H.E The Governor of Odisha Graces KIIT Convocation Ceremony

Total 1,557 graduates of 2009 batch of KIIT University received degrees and diplomas at the Fifth Annual Convocation of the University on 6th December 2009. Shri M. C. Bhandare, His Excellency the Governor of Orissa graced the occasion as the Chief Guest, while Dr. Hari Gautam, Chancellor, KIIT University presided over the ceremony.

Speaking to the graduating students, Shri M. C. Bhandare, Chief Guest of the ceremony, reminded them of their responsibilities towards their parents and society at large. “KIIT uniquely synergizes professional knowledge with social values”, he said, while referring to Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences (KISS) as the institution’s human face and an expression of its social commitment. He advised the graduates to emulate the values of their alma mater and its Founder, Dr. A. Samanta.
Delivering the presidential address, Dr. Hari Gautam urged graduates to utilize their knowledge and strength to uplift the socially-challenged, adding that this is the best way to pay back to their alma mater and Motherland. He expressed confidence that they will bring glory to themselves, the university and the country by their contributions.

KIIT University has stepped up its institutional and industrial partnership programme, informed Prof. S. C. De Sarkar in his Vice Chancellor’s Report, adding that MoUs have been signed with as many as twelve international universities. Two new schools - School of Fashion Technology and School of Film and Media Sciences – have been started in the current academic year, he informed.

Gold and Silver Medals were awarded to 24 outstanding students as listed below :
GOLD AND SILVER MEDAL WINNERS
Chancellor’s Gold Medal Winners for Securing Highest Academic Score in B.Tech, MCA, MBA, MBA (Executive) and M.Tech

T. Das, B.Tech
S. Sarkar, M.Tech
B. Khuntia, MCA
A. Dasgupta, MBA
S. K. Mahali, MBA
A. K. Sahoo, MBA (Executive)
B. Founder’s Gold Medal Winners for M.Sc. (Biotechnology) and MBA in Rural Management
S. Rout, M.Sc (Biotechnology)
S. R. Jagadale, MBA in Rural Management
C. P.K.Bal Memorial Gold Medal Winner for Best All-rounder
S. Swain, MBA
D. PPL Gold Medal Winner for Best Student in MBA with Marketing Specialization
S. K. Mahali, MBA
E. Aries Agro Gold Medal for Best Student in Agro business Specialization
S. Arya, MBA in Rural Management
F. Vice Chancellor’s Silver Medal Winners for Securing Branch-wise Highest Academic Score in B.Tech
N. Agrawal, Civil Engineering
T. Das, Computer Science and Engineering
A. Aparisima, Electrical Engineering
R. Kumar, Electronics and Electrical Engineering
S. Swayamsiddha, Electronics and Telecommunication
N. Anand, Information Technology
S. Shwetabh, Mechanical Engineering
G. Vice Chancellor’s Silver Medal Winners for Securing Branch-wise Highest Academic Score in M.Tech
D. Mohapatra, Computer Science and Engineering
B. Panda, Electrical Engineering
S. Sarkar, Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
H. Faculty Silver Medal Winners of MBA for Securing Highest CGPA in the Concentration Area
J. Tripathy, Finance
N. Tanwir, Human Resource
S. Shrini, Marketing

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4th Annual Convocation
Nobel Laureate Delivers Convocation Address at KIIT

"KIIT radiates positive attitude, serves country, Orissa and beyond" It was a once in a lifetime occasion for 1,364 graduates of 2008 batch of KIIT University to receive degrees and diplomas at the university's Fourth Annual Convocation and draw from the wisdom of Prof. Richard R. Ernst, Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, 1991, Switzerland and Lord Charles Falconer, Former Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice, United Kingdom. KIIT University also conferred Honorary D.Sc. on Prof. Richard R. Ernst, a world famous scientist who won Nobel Prize for his groundbreaking research in NMR spectroscopy.

Delivering the convocation address entitled 'Let's contribute towards a better future for all', Prof. Ernst asked the graduating students to be guided by virtues of wisdom and compassion. He offered graduates advise to start contributing effectively towards a better future for all, while saying that it is an important target in the light of appalling poverty in the country. "KIIT is an institution that truly serves the country and its people in Orissa and beyond", the Nobel Laureate said, adding that the institution radiates a lot of positive attitude.

Even as the economic crisis grips the world, the overall trend is that of a growth in commerce and activity, said Lord Charles Falconer in his address at the 4th Annual Convocation Ceremony of KIIT University. However, we must ensure that the fruits of growth are shared by as many people as possible in order for this growth to be fair. Education and rule of law can only deliver the twin objectives of growth with fairness, stressed Lord Falconer, who is known worldwide for taking the courageous step of ending the office of Lord Chancellor in United Kingdom, thus breaking a 1400 years old tradition. KIIT and KISS together presents a fine example of how challenge thrown by poverty and underdevelopment can be approached in the current global culture, he added.

Dr. A. Samanta, Founder Chancellor of KIIT University, in his presidential address, reminded the young graduates of their responsibilities of educating others and eradicating poverty. "The time has come when you should give back a little of what you have received to the society", he told the degree and diploma recipients. Referring to Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences (KISS), a sister concern of KIIT and home for 10,000 tribal children, he said that giving education to an underprivileged is equivalent to giving sight to a blind.

Prof. S. C. De Sarkar, Vice Chancellor outlined the achievements of the university in the preceding year in his report. Total 1364 students received degrees and diplomas at the third convocation, including 746 from BTech, 212 from MCA, 308 from MBA, seven from MBA (Executive), 39 from PGDBIM and 50 from MTech. Shri A. K. Rath, IAS, Secretary, School Education & Literacy, Ministry of HRD, Govt of India & Ms. Sasmita Samanta, Director Admissions (KIIT University) were awarded Ph.D. Degrees for the first time in the university's history.

Ajitay Sahoo (B.Tech, IT), Chittaranjan Pradhan (MTech, CSE), Nidhi Sinha (MCA), Majeti Harish (MBA) and Ruchi Agarwal (MBA) received Chancellor's Gold Medal for securing highest academic scores in respective disciplines. G. Jyotishree bagged P. K. Bal Memorial Gold Medal for Best All-rounder in MBA. Similarly, PPL Gold Medal for best student in MBA with Marketing Specialization was won by Rashmi Roy. Ten achievers were awarded Vice Chancellor's Silver Medal and four faculty silver medal.

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3rd Annual Convocation
Nobel Laureate Delivers Convocation Address at KIIT

Education in science and technology is probably the most important base for any community or country, said Nobel laureate in Medicine, Prof. Rolf. M. Zinkernagel at the 3rd annual convocation ceremony of KIIT University. Switzerland, the Nobel laureate's home country, was a poor agricultural society 200 years ago and education had a pivotal role in making a difference, he said, while asserting that education can bring about similar transformation in Orissa also. "If girls and young women are educated, the rest will follow", said Prof. Zinkernagel in his convocation address 'Does science and technology education matter to the public'. Prof. Dr. Rolf M. Zinkernagel's discovery on the specificity of cell mediated immune defense led to a foundation for the understanding of the general mechanisms of the cellular immune systems. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1996 for this work.

This is the second time in a year that a Noble laureate has delivered convocation address at KIIT University. During January this year, Nobel laureate Prof. Richard R. Ernst delivered the convocation address at the Special Convocation. The convocation address at the second annual convocation of KIIT University was delivered by Shri Bhairon Singh Shekhawat, the then Vice President of India.

Speaking to the graduating students of the University, Prof. Hans Hengartner from the faculty of Medicine University of Zurich and ETH and a close associate of Prof. Zinkernagel, said that while long term research adds to the knowledge, short term translation of such knowledge into practical technology is equally important. An immunologist par excellence, Prof Hengartner is well known for his research on cellular and molecular immunology.

Prof. J. Martin Hunter, Professor of International Dispute Resolution, Nottingham Law School, UK in his address pointed out that India as the World's most populous free society has been at the forefront of the development of the Rule of Law. Establishment of a law faculty at KIIT University provides an appropriate opportunity to emphasize the importance of law in the context of the wider 21st Century educational aspirations, he said.

In his presidential address, Chancellor, KIIT University, Dr. A. Samanta congratulated the graduating students and reminded them that responsibility towards the society and mankind as a whole should guide them. KIIT's character as a centre of excellence is once again attested by the presence of international luminaries, he said, while expressing his gratitude to Prof. Zinkernagel, Prof Hengartner and Prof Hunter for sharing their wisdom.

Vice Chancellor, Prof. S. C. De Sarkar presented the Vice Chancellor's report. Total 1206 students received degrees at the third convocation, including 503 from BTech, 142 from MCA, 456 from MBA, 34 from MBA (Executive) and 71 from MTech. Soumyashree Das (B.Tech, IT), Devam Chakraborty (MCA), Anirban Bhattacharjee, (M.Tech, E&TC), Priya Garg (MBA), Nirmal Ch. Mohanty (MBA-Executive), Nibedita Sahu, (MBA Executive 2004-2006), Sonali Senapati (MBA Executive 2003-2005) received Chancellor's Gold Medal for securing highest academic scores in respective disciplines. Similarly Sanchari Dutta and Priya Garg received B. P.K. Bal Memorial Gold Medal for Best All-rounder in MBA and PPL Gold Medal for best student in MBA with Marketing Specialization respectively.

Registrar, Dr. R. N. Ray presented the vote of thanks. Directors and Deans of different schools of KIIT University, faculty members, staff members and academicians from other universities were present at the convocation ceremony.

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2nd Annual Convocation
Vice President of India delivers Convocation Address

Second Convocation ceremony of 2006 pass out batch of KIIT University, Bhubaneswar was held in the Kathajodi Campus of the University  on 13th October, 2006. Convocation Address was delivered by the Chief Guest on the occasion, Dr. Bhairon Singh Shekhawat, His Excellency The Vice President of India (then)  in the august presence of Shri. Naveen Patnaik, Hon'ble Chief Minister of Odisha, Shri. D. H. Shankaramurthy, Hon'ble Minister of Higher Education, Karnataka and Dr. A. Samanta, Chancellor of KIIT University.  Shri. Rameshwar Thakur, His Excellency The Governor of Odisha (then) presided over the ceremony.  A total of 986 graduates received the coveted degrees in technology and management in the second convocation. Gold and silver medals were awarded to 19 outstanding performers from different streams.

GOLD AND SILVER MEDAL WINNERS
A. Chancellor Gold Medal for securing highest CGPA in M.Tech & MBA and DGPA in B.Tech & MCA
1. Supriya Kumar, B.Tech, CSE
2. Rachana Labh, MCA
3. Ansuman Samal, MBA
4. Chinmayee Nayak, MBA (B&I)
5. Srinivasa Raju Indukuri, M.Tech, CSE

B. Vice Chancellors Gold Medal for Best All-rounder in MBA
" Subhransu Kumar Pattnayak, MBA (B&I)

C. P. K. Bal Memorial Gold Medal for Best All-rounded in MBA
" Kavita Kumari

D. PPL Gold Medal for best student of Marketing Specialization in MBA
" Madhumita Bhattacharjee

E. Vice Chancellor Silver Medal for securing highest branch wise DGPA in B. Tech
1. Supriya Kumar, Computer Science and Engineering
2. Manoja Kumar Mishra, Mechanical Engineering
3. Aswini Kumar Senapati, Civil Engineering
4. Sudipta Kumar Panda, Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
5. Sujata Paramaguru, Electronics and Electrical Engineering
6. Sudha Balodia, Information Technology

F. Vice Chancellor Silver Medal for securing highest branch wise CGPA in M. Tech
1. Srinivasa Raju Indukuri, Computer Science and Engineering
2. Tapaswini Samanta, Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
3. Gouri Sankar Padhy, Electrical Engg.
4. Smrutirekha Sen, Mechanical Engg.
5. Suresh Chandra Pattanaik, Civil Engg.

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First Annual Convocation

The first convocation of KIIT University was organized at Kathajodi Campus of the university on 3rd June 2006. Delivering the convocation address, Hon’ble Chief Guest, Prof. S. Parsuraman, Director, Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), Mumbai said that KIIT is the youngest Deemed University, but with extraordinary dream of creating quality human resources for emerging new India. Congratulating the graduates, he said, in his convocation address entitled ‘Globalisation and Issues of Higher Education’, that India along with China is emerging as world’s economic powerhouse creating ever expanding opportunities for technology, business, life science, hospitality and so on.

The Guest of Honour, Prof. S. Mahajan of Indian School of Business, Hyderabad said in her address that every aspiring young Indian will have access to good quality higher education, which is necessary to gain life skill to be a successful professional and enlightened world citizen.

Presiding over the ceremony, Chancellor of KIIT Deemed University, Dr. A. Samanta asserted the importance of quality of education over quantity. Vice Chancellor’s Report was presented by Prof. S. C. De Sarkar.

Total 504 B.Tech, 88 MCA, 176 MBA, 45 MBA (BIM) and 14 M.Tech graduates received their degrees at the colourful ceremony. Special accolades were conferred on 16 graduates for their extraordinary achievement in academics and co curricular activities.
Chancellor’s Gold Medal for Securing Highest DGPA
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T Balasree MCA
Smriti Dhara Saha BTech
Aliva Panigrahi MBA
Arun Satpathy MBA (BIM)
BSP Mishra MTech
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VC’s Gold Medal for Best All Rounder in MBA (BIM) Kijal Patel
PK Bal Memorial Gold Medal for Best All Rounder in MBA Dipti Singh
PPL Gold Medal for Best Student in MBA with Marketing Specialisation Bhagabat Barik
VC’s Silver Medal for Securing Highest Branch wise DGPA in BTech
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Trilochan Martha Civil
Sukanya Mishra CSE
Biswajit Dash Electrical
BK Khandelwal E&TC
Smriti Dhara Saha IT
Satya R. Sarangi Mechanical
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VC’s Silver Medals for Securing Highest Branch wise DGPA in MTech
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BSP Mishra CSE
Shuvendra Ku Tripathy Electrical

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