Anirban  Ghosh & Abhinav Dhar, Students, School of Engineering, KIIT University bag the First Prize (Regional-Bhubaneswar) at TATA Crucible Campus Quiz 2014.
'Go-kart', USNIK, designed & fabricated by KIIT Students Team 'ROAD CHAZOR' under the guidance of Prof. Isham Panigrahi, School of Mechanical Engineering, KIIT University has qualified for the Finale Round of International Go-kart Championship 2013-14 to be held at Lovely Professional University, Punjab from 21st to 24th March 2014.

KIIT NCC Students Bring Laurel to Odisha in Republic Day Parade
Get Award for State after 39 Yrs, Become Only Odia to Bag 2nd Position in 67 Yrs

Tusharkant Sahoo, a 3rd year B. Tech student of KIIT University, has brought laurel to the institution as well as for the state of Odisha in NCC. He received golden medal from Dr. Manmohan Singh, Hon’ble Prime Minister of India for securing 2nd position in the Republic Day parade in New Delhi on 26th January. An Odia boy received such prestigious honour after a gap of 39 years, and secured 2nd position after a gap of 67 years. Similarly, Rahul Tulo another Cadet of KIIT 3rd has also brought laurel for the state. He received golden medal in Ballet Composite Dance and Silver in group song. It is a matter of pride that both of them are from state of Odisha.

KSRM Students Win Laurels in 'National Rural Youth Fest-14'

  • KSRM student, Aparajita Gochikar (MRM 2013-15), won Gold Medal in Chess (Sports) in 'National Rural Youth Fest-14' on the theme 'Youth for Change' organized by Tata Institute of Social Sciences Rural Campus, Tuljapur, Maharashtra, from 31st Dec 2013 to 2 Jan 2014.

 

  • KSRM student, Brajesh Kumar Singh (MRM 2012-14), bagged Gold Medal in Essay (Topic- Technology and Labor) in 'National Rural Youth Fest-14' on the theme 'Youth for Change' organized by Tata Institute of Social Sciences Rural Campus ,Tuljapur, Maharashtra, from 31st Dec 2013 to 2 Jan 2014.

 

  • KSRM student, Sushree Gayatri Jena (MRM 2012-14), won Silver Medal  in Student Paper Presentation (Theme - Education, Youth and Change; Sub Theme - Unlearning Disparity Through Education) in 'National Rural Youth Fest-14' on the theme 'Youth for Change' organized by Tata Institute of Social Sciences Rural Campus ,Tuljapur, Maharashtra, from 31st Dec 2013 to 2 Jan 2014.
KIMS Boy Excels in M.B.B.S. Examination

Sidharth Sritam Pattnaik, a student of Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS), has been awarded with Dr. Gobind Chandra Senapati Memorial Gold Medal by the Indian Academy of Pediatrics for the year-2013 for securing second highest mark in final MBBS Final Examination 2013 of Utkal University. He received the award from Shri Surya Narayan Patra, Minister, Revenue & Disaster Management, Govt. of Odisha during Odisha State Pedicon 2013- the 34th Odisha State Pediatric Conference held at Berhampur on 7th December 2013. Sidharth secured highest mark in pediatrics & surgery among the students of Government & Private medical colleges under Utkal University, and topped in KIMS, result of which was declared recently.
KLS Students win Prestigious BCI Moot Court Competition

The 29th All India Bar Council of India Moot Court Competition, 2013 was organized by the MITS University, Rajasthan, from 13th-15th September 2013. A total of forty teams participated in it. The team from School of Law, KIIT University, won the competition defeating NLIU Bhopal in the final round. Mr. Aishvary Vikram was awarded as the Best Speaker in the Semi Final Round and also won the Best Male Student Advocate award of the Competition. The Best Memorials Prize was also awarded to KLS team in the Competition. This is the first time any team from any Private University won this prestigious BCI Moot Court Competition.

School of Law Student wins Gold at National Open Athletics Championships

Asian Athletic Medallist Dutee Chand, a student of KIIT School of Law and touted as the next PT Usha of India wins two gold and one bronze medals at the 53rd National Open Athletics Championships in the 200m & 100m race and 4 x 400 m relay.

KIIT Student's book published by renowned Lambert Publication Germany

Amir Ansari, student of Computer Science Engineering, KIIT University has successfully conducted a successful research on“Derivation of new formulas from Heisenberg’s Principle and Einstein’s Photoelectric Equation”, which has been published in the book “Modern Principle of Heisenberg’s and Einstein" in Lambert Publication, Germany. Ansari received immense support from KIIT University which helped him to redefine his interest in the research field. He has also been awarded the “Student Achievement Award”.

KIIT Alumnus excels at University of Toronto

Utkarsh Roy, KIIT Alumnus receiving the Gordon Cressy Student Leadership Award 2013 at the University of Toronto.
Utkarsh represented University of Toronto at the 2011 Festival of Thinkers in Abu Dhabi and has served as an executive member for several of its student services committees.Within the Department of Computer Science at the University, Utkarsh has volunteered at Grad Visit day and served as a member of the Computer Science Graduate Student Society, which coordinates activities for students throughout the year.

KIIT School of Law Student Triumphs in Asian Athletics Championship, Pune

Dutee Chand, a student of KIIT School of Law wins bronze in Women's 200 metres at Asian Athletics Championship in Pune. 
Earlier at the World Youth Championships at Donetsk in Ukraine, she clocked her career best of 11.62 seconds – a national youth and junior record – in the first round heats for 100-metre dash. Dutee Chand has been hailed as the next PT Usha of India.

KIIT School of Rural Management student wins silver at Commonwealth Chess Championship 2013

Aparajita Gochhikar, a student from KIIT School of Rural Management (KSRM) wins Silver Medal (2nd rank) at the prestigious Commonwealth Chess Championship 2013 held in South Africa from July 5 - July 14, 2013.

KSBT Students Awarded Top Innovators Gold Medal

Anurag K Kyal and Subham Debnath, students of School of Biotechnology, KIIT University were awarded the Top Innovators Gold Medal at the Prestigious DST-Lockheed Martin India Innovation Growth Programme 2013 from Shri Montek Singh Ahluwalia, Hon'ble Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission of India at a glittering function held in New Delhi.

They were awarded as the top innovators for developing a technology on producing high quality paper from weeds of different kinds. They completed the project under the mentorship of Dr. Vishakha Raina, Associate Professor, School of Biotechnology.

 

KIIT Students Top National Formula One Car Design Competition

Team Hermes Racing of KIIT University secured the top position in the Virtual SUPRA SAEINDIA-2013, a prestigious Formula One car design competition held at KIIT University from September 20 – 21 2013. This competition was open to all SAEINDIA Collegiate Clubs of engineering institutions, colleges and universities across the country. Students from 174 engineering colleges had participated, including teams from IITs and NITs.

KIITians Design Yet Another Prototype Car for BAJA SAE

Students of 2nd Year Mechanical Engineering have achieved significant success in designing a prototype car for the prestigious BAJA ATV competition. The car, which has been completed within a month, roars with a 350cc engine integrated with a compact gear box and differential system. It has centralized steering with all the safety features (as per BAJA SAE rulebook), with a top class double wish bone suspension system, clocking a top speed of 60 kmph.
It is an entirely ‘homemade’ project with almost all parts being self manufactured at the workshop of School of Mechanical Engineering of KIIT University. The students completed the project under the guidance of Prof. Isham Panigrahi, Faculty Advisor and Mr. Alok Ranjan Swain. ‘Team Mechkreation’, as the students’ team is called, is led by Ajit Pandey and has Bishnu Pratap, Binesh, Subham, Amit, Arif, Rajkumar, Prateek, Bansal Raj and Rohit as members.

KIIT Students Design Solar Car

SStudents of KIIT University have designed a solar car in line with the widely presumed future of the automobile industry globally. It is a completely electrical and electronic vehicle powered by solar energy. 
The car, named ‘Yuva’, has solar panels overhead having a power intake of 80W each. Solar panels charge four batteries, each delivering an output of around 40 Amp Hr. “We have synchronized two BLOC hub motors with planetary gear system situated in rear wheels, each having a rating of 250W and 20AmpHr”, said a student of the designing team.

It is a home project guided by Faculty Advisor, Prof. Isham Panigrahi under mentorship of Er. Akhilesh Dewangan. The 24-member team, named YUVA, is captained by Shadab Ahmed and Abhishek Kumar Sinha respectively. The weight of the car is 65 kg, while it can move with a speed of 40 km/hr.

KIIT School of Engineering Students represented KIIT at the Prestigious Aero Design West - 2013

KIIT School of Engineering Students represented KIIT at the Prestigious Aero Design West - 2013 held in United States of America. The team ranked 26th among participating universities from all parts of the world.

Team KIIT AERO participated in SAE Aero Design® West 2013 and won NASA System Engineering Award. KIIT AERO consists of highly motivated students of KIIT University perusing B. Tech. in various disciples of engineering like Mechanical, Computer Science and Electrical. The team has bought many laurels in the past for the University in the fields of Robotics, Embedded Systems, Software Development and so on. The team designs and fabricates Radio Controlled (R/C) Aircrafts.

Team KIIT ARIHANT participated in SAE International Aero Design Competition in USA at Van Nuys, California. It achieved an international rank of 20 (Overall) and 18 (in payload fraction). Among the teams participating from India, they bagged the 1st spot in payload fraction. 'KIIT ARIHANT' is the official team of KIIT University to compete in SAE International Aero Design Competition. The team embraces aspiring minds of multi disciplinary backgrounds, who strive to go beyond the limits to achieve success. The team is divided in various sub-teams for the sake of efficiency. The Technical Sub-team oversees design, analysis and fabrication. The Management Sub-team loos into purchasing, finance, marketing and sponsors.

TEAM UTKRIT has cleared the prelims for SAE-NIS EFFICYCLE for the second time. Last year also the team had participated in SAE-NIS EFFICYCLE (MAINS). There they had figure of eight test, brake test, gradient test and finally the racing event. The event, sponsored by Maruti Suzuki, was participated by teams representing 62 colleges from different parts of the country. KIIT University was the only institution from Bhubaneswar to have made into the finals. Incidentally, it was also the first time that KIIT took part in the event.
Goutam Dutta won the Best Poster Presentation Award in Emission Category conferred by Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI), Pune during Symposium on International Automotive Technology (SIAT) 2013.
Nipanjan Nayak won the University-level First Prize and Zonal-level First Prize in the field of Engineering and Technology, on the research topic 'Effect of HHO Gas on Performance and Emissions of a Spark Ignition Engine'.
Dewank Modh, Bishnu Pratap Singh, Amit Gupta and Bhargav Sonowal won First Prize at a competition named 'Baystrider' at IIT Kharagpur in 2013, beating 73 teams from different parts of the country.

Avinash Singh and Goutam Dutta won the Best Student Achiever Award for their achievements at national and international-level in the field of Automotive Technology.

KIIT Team Clears BAJA Virtual 2013

A team of 25 students of KIIT University has cleared BAJA Virtual – 2013, a prestigious all-terrain vehicle design competition for third time. The event was held in Bangaluru. The finals are scheduled to be held at the National Automotive Test Tracks in Pithampur of Madhya Pradesh's Dhar district from February 20, 2014. The vehicle boasts of a 305 cc Briggs and Stratton engine with 10 Horse Power. It has centralized steering, independent suspension system in all four tires, four independent wheels, rear wheel drive and air shock absorbers. The seat and body of the vehicle are made of glass fiber composite for lightness and better strength. The Mechanical Engineering students under the guidance of Prof. Isham Panigrahi will be designing and fabricating the vehicle in the college manufacturing facility to compete with the 125 other teams from all across the country for the prestigious Mahindra and Mahindra Mini Baja SAE India 2013.

KIIT Students Develop Radio Control Air Craft
For Prestigious Aero Design Competition in US

A group of students from Schools of Engineering of KIIT University have been selected to participate in the prestigious Aero Design West 2013 competition to be held in California, USA from April 12 – 14, 2013. This international competition is organized by SAE International in collaboration with organizations such as NASA and Lockheed Martin. Teams from reputed universities from across the world are participating.

They have designed and built an aircraft from balsa wood, whose combined length, width and height is 225 inches, weight is less than three and half kg and it can carry a payload of around 10 kg. This aircraft is powered by an internal combustion engine. The aircraft can fly up to a height of one thousand feet, while it flies with 120 Km/h. Read Full News

KIITians Secure 5th Position in BAJA-SAE India Virtuals

A group of 25 Mechanical Engineering students of KIIT University have recently been selected for the prestigious national event, Mahindra & Mahindra BAJA SAE INDIA 2013. These students will be building, designing and manufacturing an All-Terrain Vehicle, which can ride on harsh terrains. Earlier, Team KIIT competed for the Virtual BAJA Design Round held in Bangalore and successfully got selected among top 120 teams across India, out of 260 participating teams. KIIT Team is the only team of self-financing institutions from Odisha to reach the finals this year. The Team, led by Jayant Raj, comprises of Asif Khan, Palash Bolia, Subrata Sarkar, Rohit Manglik, Rohit Tripathy, Sanjay Singh, Irphan Ahmad, Piyush Tulsyan, Parakh Kumar, Manish Kanwal, Mukesh Pratap, Abhishek Singh, Praveen Kumar, Abhishek Upadhyay, Avinash Singh, Sumit Kumar, Narendra Kumar, Mrinal Udhoji, Goutam Dutta, Krishna Kumar, Ankit Shaw and Rohit Rastogi. Mr. Isham Panigrahi, Asst. Professor, Mechanical Engineering is the Faculty Advisor.

  Anurup Chakraborty and Anurag, School of Mechanical Engineering have secured 1st positions in the Corner Stone, Best Business Brains 2013 Competition organised by National Institute of Industrial Engineering, Mumbai.
 

Teach for India Fellowship for KIITian

Satyashiva Das, a 4th Year B.Tech student of Electronics and Telecommunication of KIIT University, has been selected for the Teach for India Fellowship. Teach for India (TFI), a national movement founded in 2007, selects about 300 outstanding college graduates and young professionals who are then placed in low-income schools in Mumbai, Pune, Delhi, Hyderabad and Chennai. It aims to narrow the educational gap in India by placing the country's most outstanding college graduates and young professionals, of all academic majors and careers, in low-income schools to teach full-time for two years. TFI's selection process is rather rigorous and only 7.5 percent of the applicants made it into the program in 2012.

Satyashiva is also an International Climate Champion for British Council, President (Marketing) for University ENACTUS (formerly SIFE) TEAM and also the Student Coordinator for KRONICLE, the literary society of KIIT University.

 

KSOL Students Win Moot Court Competitions

Ms. Trishna Rao, Ms. Nidhi Singla and Komal Mundhra, 3rd year students of KIIT School of Law, bagged the winner's trophy in the 6th Annual NALSAR Justice Bodh Raj Sawhay Memorial Moot Court Competition, held in Hyderabad from 28th – 30th September, 2012. Similarly, Pritish Sahoo, Kunal Godhwani and Jash Agarwal, 3rd year students of KIIT School of Law, won the 1st Prize in The 15th S. C. Javali Memorial National Moot Court Competition, 2012 organised by Sir Siddapa Kambali Law College, Dharwad Karnataka University from 20th – 21st October, 2012. Mr. Kunal Godhwani also won the Best Gentleman Advocate Trophy and Sri Sambhu Prasad Singh, Advocate Memorial Cup for the Best Advocate and won Cash Award worth Rs. 5000/-. Justice Y. K. Sabharwala, Former Chief Justice of India was the Jury in the said completion.

Publication by KIIT Student

A reputed international journal IJSER from USA has accepted a research paper of Amir Ansari, a 3rd year B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering student, KIIT University for publication. In his paper on 'Quantum Physics', Amir has derived four new formulas on the Heisenberg's Principle and few other formulas on the characteristics of Photon and Electron and Einstein equation. These formulas have been derived after intensive research for over two years. International Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research has given an overall ranking of 4 out of 5 for his paper. Same paper has also been selected in the 2013 Asia-Pacific International Congress on Engineering & Natural Sciences (www.apicens.org). The achievement is even more remarkable as the paper has been widely accepted, including in major conferences around the world.

The research paper can be viewed on "International Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research (IJSER)" website (www.ijser.org) from THIS LINK.

KIITian Pens Book on Drug Addiction

Tanmay Kulshrestha, a 3rd year B.Tech, Information Technology student of KIIT University, penned his maiden novel, 'The Meth - When a lie takes away a life' published by Mahaveer Publishers, New Delhi. Released in a ceremony graced by Swami Agnivesh and Dr. S. Priyabadini, Jt. Registrar , KIIT University on 16th June 2012, the book has been a runaway success with over 5000 copies already sold. Reviews of the book have been published in leading newspapers like The Telegraph, Hindustan Times and Dainik Jagran.

'The Meth' deals with the burning issue of drug addiction that often destroys relationships and lives. The plot revolves around characters, Arush and Trisha whose unconditional and beautiful love story is consumed by Methamphetamine addiction. 'The Meth' is the cry against any more loss of life due to abuse of this substance. The book has been edited by Shubhra Singh, a 2nd year B Tech, Information Technology student of KIIT University. It has received high rating from readers, reviewers and critics. Achyuta Samanta, Founder, KIIT & KISS has congratulated Kulshrestha for the achievement. 'The Meth' is available at book stores and online at Flipkart, Infibeam, Homeshop 18, Uread, etc.

KIDS Students Excel in Inter College Poster Competition

Three students of Kalinga Institute of Dental Sciences (KIDS) of KIIT University - Pallabi Biswas, Pritish Chandra Pal and Saikat Sen - secured the 1st Position in a Poster Competition on the Topic - "HIV-AIDS ­ Still a Challenge to Fight in Modern World" on World AIDS Day organized by KIDS. They bagged the prize money of Rs. 5000/-. The competition was held to spread awareness about AIDS amongst the general public.

KIIT School of Film and Media Sciences Student features in the prestigious list of Freelance Cameramen at Wildlife-film.com

Subhransu Satpathy, a 3rd year student of KIIT School of Film & Media Sciences, loves nature.  He is the first Odia to feature in the prestigious list of freelance cameramen at Wildlife-film.com, The International News and Information Resource for Wildlife Film-makers.  Earlier Subhransu had also won an award for "Best Film" at Basudha - a National Level Art and Film Festival that was organized a few days ago in Bhubaneswar.

Supermileage Vehicle by KIITians Showcased at International Event

‘Steeldust', a supermileage vehicle prototype designed by a group of passionate students of KIIT University, was showcased at the prestigious Shell Eco Marathon Asia 2012 held in Sepang International Circuit, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from 4th July to 7th July 2012. KIIT Team, comprising of six students of the Department of Mechanical Engineering - Anunay Choudhary, Sourav Pyke, Subrat Sarkar, Sneh Sagar Raj, Baidik Chakraborty, Anupam Deo and Anurag Deo – became the first ever from Odisha to participate in this international competition. 

Key features of the car 'Steeldust' include modified 49 cc 4 stroke single cylinder Honda engine, tubular Aluminum T6 6063 chassis, fiber reinforced plastic for strong and light aerodynamic outer body with just 2.5% drag, 16 inch mountain bike recumbent wheels and pressurized fuel delivery system with electronic fuel injection. The car passed all the stringent technical and safety inspections at the event in one shot, a matter of pride for the amateur team of students, who called themselves 'Octane X', that developed it.

There were 115 other teams from across the continent competing in this high profile event. 'Steeldust' was driven on the same track where legends like Michael Schumacher, Fernando Alonso, Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton drove their cars. The students' endeavor for eco-friendly and smarter mobility was tested and the innovative design was praised by the hosts. The project not only gave them a chance to implement the theory, but also helped the students unleash the inner potential to innovate and find implementable solutions to practical problems.

Shell Eco Marathon Asia is an iconic educational project that challenges competing student teams to design and build the most energy-efficient vehicle possible. The competition dates back to 1939 when Shell employees in USA made a friendly wager over who could travel farthest on the same amount of fuel. Since then it has expanded to two more continents – Asia and Europe. Every year student teams from all over the world compete to cover the farthest distance on the least amount of energy. Some achieve distance equal to Paris from Moscow (2,485 km) on only one litre of fuel.

KIMS Girl Tops Utkal University M.B.B.S. Examination (18.10.2012)

Jignyasha Ipsita Pattanaik, a student of Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS), has achieved the coveted distinction of topping the Final M.B.B.S. Examination of Utkal University. Students from four colleges, including a Government medical college, had appeared the final examination of the five-year M.B.B.S. course of Utkal University, result of which was declared on 17th October 2012. Jignyasha also secured Honours in three subjects - Surgery, Obstetrics & Gynecology and Pediatrics. KIMS returned an impressive 90% result, higher than the University average of about 81%. The achievement is even more remarkable as this is the first batch of students from KIMS, which was established in only 2007. It may be mentioned that KIMS students have been securing top positions in Semester examinations conducted by Utkal University for last five years.

KIITian Excel in CSR Essay Competition

YOSHIT PRIYA, a student of 3rd Semester B. Tech Civil Engineering of KIIT University, stood Fifth in the Super Brain Essay Competition conducted by the Competition Success Review (CSR), a national magazine for IAS aspirants. Topic of her essay was ‘Knowledge Power’. Her essay ranked high among total 56 highly commendable contributions which were received in this national-level essay competition, result of which was declared in the recent issue of the Competition Success Review magazine.

KIIT School of Film and Media Sciences Student wins Basudha Award for best film (25.06.2012)
Also wins "Best Cinematographer" of the year.

Subhransu Satpathy, a 3rd year student of KIIT School of Film & Media Sciences, loves nature. His passion and his skill in film making won him an award for "Best Film" at Basudha - a National Level Art and Film Festival that was organized a few days ago in Bhubaneswar. Student's Filmmakers of India also awarded him the best cinematography award for his short-film 'They Really Need Us'. It depicts the plight of birds in summer.

His movie has a message for viewers and tells them to keep a bowl of water in an open space such as in balconies and gardens so that birds can quench their thirst. The movie suggests making small reservoirs for birds so that they can bathe in hot weather conditions. Subhransu is a film-making student at KIIT University, a wildlife photographer and an e-volunteer for World Wildlife fund (WWF) and Global Oneness Project. "The motto of making this short film was to create  awareness among people about the need to save these little creatures. I will be more than happy if my movie impels viewers to do something for the welfare of birds and other wildlife," said Satpathy.

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KIIT Student awarded Best Student Award by TCS (27.02.2012)

Gopinath Danda, a student of School of Engineering (ETC) KIIT bagged the 'TCS Best Student Award' at the TCS Best Student Award & Campus Commune Function held at KIIT Auditorium.

STUDENT'S INNOVATIVE PROJECTS DURING 99th INDIAN SCIENCE CONGRESS 2012

KIITians design Electric Bike

‘Electric Bike’ has been conceptualized by KIIT Automotive Society. The project aims to build a 125-150 cc engine capacity motorcycle, meant for urban use or use in short distance transport. The motorcycle will be converted to provide maximum efficiency on its limited battery, provide speeds of approximately 50 kilometres per hour. It is meant to be a new concept for cheap production and efficient running. The motorcycle involves an average 70V power supply to a PMDC motor along with an attached microcontroller. A combination of four approximately 18V batteries supplies power to the whole setup.

KIITians design Solar Rickshaw

‘Solar Rickshaw’ is one of the many endeavors to create an eco-friendly ambience around KIIT University's 17 campuses spread over 25 sq. km area. The project is a technology-business initiative to be implemented across the campus network to enable mobility, while keeping costs and carbons low. Drawing power from the sun, the batteries charge themselves while waiting for students or visitors to take a ride. The in-wheel motor can pull a payload of 250 kilograms on average slope for considerable distances. With nine months of plentiful sunshine supply and ample demand for cheap intra-campus transport, this project from SIFE KISS-KIIT is a viable alternative to eco-choking petroleum-based transport modes.transport modes.

KIITians design economic, eco-friendly electric vehicle

Four students of engineering stream of KIIT University have developed a three-wheel rechargeable (battery operated) vehicle at a cost of Rs. 1 lakh. The vehicle, conceptualized by KIIT Automotive Society, can be customized for different requirements. It has been developed completely in-house with the use of KIIT infrastructure. For the first time it was exhibited in the science expo at 99th Indian Science Congress. Dipam Chaterjee, Harsh Shyam, Akhilesh Devangam of Mechanical Engineering and Pratik Patnaik of Electric Engineering have made this economic and eco-friendly vehicle.

I Systems: KIIT Students

The first version of I-systems, called I-waiter 1.0, is capable of dispensing water bottles when desired. This version can be used in concert, formal gathering, official meeting and all other organized places. Another version for this is the I-secretary. This system is capable of working in an office providing office stationary, reading predefined memos, etc. Yet more interesting version for I-system comes from the idea of the guides, who accompany tourists, giving out information about the place and event. So does this version of I-guide. This version has an inbuilt module which enables it to speak out information and important facts about the place like in museums or science parks.

Detection of Faults in Pipes by KIIT Students

A team of students belonging to SME have designed a project which deals with the investigation of cracks in a thin cylinder with the aid of an electromagnet and strain gauge. For this, a closed thin cylinder was designed and fabricated to take the shape of a pressure vessel. The closed cylinder was then equipped with valve that allows unidirectional flow of fluid (that is air in this case). Air is given to the cylinder with the help of a foot pump. The pressure is determined with the help of pressure gauge mounted on the top of cylinder. The internal pressure results in the enlargement of cracks and production of strain. Once the position of crack is determined its depth can also be found out by the help of strain gauge. With these information, it can be figured out whether the vessel is safe for use and what can be done to increase the life of pressure vessel or pipes.

 

HHO: KIIT Students

HHO is a move away from fossil fuels. Hydrogen fuel does not occur naturally on Earth. Thus, it is not an energy source, but an energy carrier. However, it can be produced from a wide range of sources. A team of students belonging to SME used water as the source. Main aim of the project is to develop a vehicle which runs on water. The whole process comprises of few steps.

    • Production of hydrogen by electrolysis of water
    • Controlled combustion of hydrogen
    • Generation of mechanical energy by controlled combustion
    • Using the mechanical energy to run vehicles
 

I FLEX : KIIT Students

Artificial intelligence (AL) is the intelligence of machines. KIIT students have developed a project to help the paralytics or those who have lost their arms or legs in accident. The system has been implemented with the use of hardware mainly consisting Flex Sensors, Processing unit and the AC control unit. Flex sensors basically give us the change in the voltage across it. And the variation of the voltage is passed through the processing unit which is basically a MICRO CONIROLLER. A MICRO CONIROLLER Unit is used to reduce the cost up to the great extent. I-FLEX is used to control the A.C. application of a home along with some additional equipment which can help the person during emergency time.

 

Axial Fatigue Testing Machine : KIIT Students

KIIT students have developed a project that deals with the development of an ‘Axial Fatigue Testing Machine’, which would be used to determine the axial fatigue strength and the fatigue limit of a standard specimen. Every material has a fixed value of fracture point when the body is loaded under normal conditions. If a body is subjected to fatigue; i.e., stress reversal the body tends to fail at a much lower value of stress as compared to its fracture value. This project includes discussion of various possible failures due to repeated cyclic axial loading providing solutions in the form of “testing equipment”, suggestions to increase accuracy, sensitivity and the precision of the testing equipment. The objective of this project is to illustrate by the means of a S-N curve, the failure caused in specimen of different geometry, and materials, due to repeated cyclic axial loading.

 

Dynamic Vibration Absorber : KIIT Students

FEM is the sophisticated tool which is the very helpful in the comparative result making. Adaptive Tuned Dynamic Vibration Absorbers (ARDVA) is used to control vibration in a structure. A dynamic vibration absorber (DVA) is essentially a secondary mass, attached to an original system via a spring and damper. The natural frequency of the DVA is tuned such that it coincides with the frequency of unwanted vibration in the original system. This results in a subcomponent of the total structure adding a large input impedance to the primary structure, thus, absorbing the inertial energy transferred from the primary structure. This often allows for the absorber to be mounted without affecting the mounting between the structure and the supporting foundation, therefore, providing a rigid mount with minimal movement.

 

I Web Leaf Laptop : KIIT Students

Despite a plethora of delivery mechanisms, most governments are increasingly perceived as unresponsive with no covert accountability systems and mere lip service to transparency. The availability of constantly improving technological solutions coupled with innovative managerial tools have given rise to scope and options for improved administrative structures, the highest quality governance. Affordable laptops and net cards can also bring out a drastic change over the education standard in rural public. For the citizens any encounter with the government is a harrowing experience. This project intends for a movement from government from Government to e-Government to e-Governance.

 

Low- Fat Chargers with i-Save Technology : KIIT Students

People often forget to switch off their room's electrical appliances. This problem was taken care of by a remotely handled mobile phone. The bicycle's tyres gave necessary friction which was converted into a current with a voltage that was enough to recharge the depleted batteries in the mobile phone. Low Fat Charger is the mechanism in the average bicycle that converts the pedaling force into the required 5 Volts charge for the Li-lon battery. I-Save is the technology unit that enables communication between the mobile phone being carried and the appliances back home. Switch off after exit to avoid wastage and switch on in advance to prepare for a cool entry to the room.

 

IVRS System : KIIT Students

A security essential in light of the many fires and accidents in the industrial domestic and public, service institutions like hospitals is the IVRS system. A remote security system guards against untoward incidents with electrical appliances at home and work. A wireless system enabled by the ever present mobile phone, controls the devices remotely. This saves energy and costs arising from wastage or mishaps. It also aids the lifestyle of the busy individual and the lifespan of the appliance.

 

Sweet Sea: KIIT Students

The project aims to get alternate resource of safe water from sea through evaporation and condensation.

 

Water Propellant Rocket

A water rocket is a type of model rocket using water as its reaction mass. The pressure vessel - the engine of the rocket - is usually a used plastic soft drink bottle. The water is forced out by a pressurized gas, typically compressed air. The bottle is partly filled with water and sealed. The bottle is then pressurized with a gas, usually air compressed from a bicycle pump, air compressor, or cylinder up to 50 psi. The seal on the nozzle of the rocket is then released and rapid expulsion of water occurs at high speeds until the propellant has been used up and the air pressure inside the rocket drops to atmospheric pressure. The expulsion of the water thus can cause the rocket to leap a considerable distance into the air.

KIIT Students & Faculty felicitated at The Great Mind Challenge 2010 – (TGMC) of IBM (10.12.2011)

‘PSYCHED’, a team of four KIIT students, and Prof. Prachet Bhuyan of School of Computer Engineering, KIIT University being felicitated for their project titled “e-Post Office” and for being in the Top 20 teams at The Great Mind Challenge 2010 – (TGMC) of IBM. It is the Largest Technical Contest for engineering students recognized by Limca Book of Records. Prof. Prachet Bhuyan also received the DRONA Award for best ten mentors for TGMC-2010.

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KIIT Students bag Best Poster Presentation Award (14.11.2011)

A National Conference on the occasion of the 14th Odisha Bigyan Congress organized by Indian Science Congress Association (Bhubaneswar Chapter) in Collaboration with Odisha Environmental Society was held at Odisha University of Agriculture and Technology from 12-14th November, 2011.

The Theme of the Event was “Interdisciplinary Sciences – Key to Novel Innovations“. Avinash Singh and Narendra Kumar, 2nd Year Students of School of Mechanical Engineering, KIIT University Presented their Poster on “Advanced Engineered Geothermal System” bagging the Best Poster Presentation Award.

KIIT Student Selected for World Youth Archery Championship 2011(25.07.2011)

Saurav Dutta, a 3rd year B.Tech student of KIIT University, has been selected for World Youth Archery Championship 2011 to be held from 22nd to 28th August 2011 at Legnica, Poland. Other members of the three-member Indian contingent are Ravi Sardar from Jharkhand and M. Chiranjivi for Andhra Pradesh.

The team has been finalized by the selectors of SAI Sports Club, Kolkata after a long drawn process. In January 2011, an archery championship was organized at Dhanbad to shortlist eight archers for a selection camp at SAI, Kolkata. Out of these eight archers, three have been selected to represent India. Saurav, who hails from Jamshedpur, has participated in Asian Grand Prix several times.

KIITian Gets TCS Best Student Award (11th April 2011)

Rishi Kishore Verma, a 4th year B-Tech (Computer Science & Engineering) student of KIIT University, bagged the Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) Best Student Award. His performance was judged throughout his four years in college both in academics and extra curricular activities. There were 13 criteria's for selecting a student for the award. He received the award from Mr. Srikanta Mohapatra, Senior Consultant, Head Telecom Practice in the presence of Mr. Debojyoti Sen, Manager, TCS and all the faculty members, students and staff of KIIT University. Mr. N. V. Sastry, Deputy Director, Placement congratulated Rishi on his achievement and wished best of luck for his future. The award has been instituted as part of Accreditation Interface Programme of TATA Consultancy Services.

KIMS Student Tops in MBBS Exam, 2010 (25th March 2011)

Ms. Snigdharani Panigrahi, a 4th year MBBS student of Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS), has secured 1st position in FMT (Forensic Medicine and Toxicology) in the 2nd Professional (5th semester) of MBBS Examination, which was held on 16th July 2010. She will be awarded with Dr. Nirmal Kumar Mohanty Memorial Gold Medal 2010 during 43rd Convocation of Utkal University. More than 400 students of SCB Medical College, Hi-Tech Medical College, IMS and KIMS under Utkal University had appeared the examination.
KIIT Students Shine at National Youth Parliament Competition (6 August 2010)

Students of KIIT University stood first at Group level and third all over India in 9th National Youth Parliament Competition 2007-2008 organized by Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs, Govt. of India. A team of seven students and Coordinator, Mr. B. K. Raju received the prizes from Shri Prithvi Raj Chavan, Hon'ble Minister of State (Independent Charges) of Parliamentary Affairs, Science & Technology, Earth Science, the Prime Minister's Office and Personal, Public Grievances & Pension at an award ceremony at Mavalankar Auditorium, Parliament Campus, New Delhi on 6th August 2010.

KIIT team comprised of students, Amrita Sarkar, Varinder Singh, Aditee Amitabh , Sangharsh Soumein Satpathy, Swarna Singh, Rudra Bhattacharya and Dibyadarshan Acharya.

KISS & KIIT Students represent India at “Global Walk-Green Earth” in South Korea (24-30 June 2010)

Rajesh Kumar Barla of KISS and Sangharsh Soumen Satpathy of KIIT were  selected to participate in the “Global Walk-Green Earth” in South Korea from June 24 to 30, 2010. Rajesh is a 2nd year student of +2 Science, while Sangharsh is a B.Tech 3rd year student of Electronic and Telecommunications Engineering. The selected students represented India globally.

The event is organized annually by Hanseo University, South Korea to promote intramural exchange among students from different parts of the world. The objective of the event is to understand mutual cultural characteristics and seek future developmental visions of people from different parts of the world through discussion in the course of the global week.

  KIITians Excel in Wipro Coding Contest (14 June 2010)

KIIT students excelled in Code Zap Guru, an all India coding contest organised by Wipro Technologies, annexing the first and third prizes. Rajesh Patidar and Anurag Sharma, both final year students of B.Tech (CSE) course of KIIT University, finished first and third respectively. The second prize was won by Jagadish Kumar Sethi, a student of NIST, Berhampur.

The contest attracted the best coding talents from the country's premier engineering colleges. More than 1500 student from 110 colleges participated. Thirty of them advanced to preliminary round after initial screening. Only ten of them made it to the final round.
KIIT Student Selected for Commonwealth Scholarship

Ms. Namrata Kar, a final year student of B.Tech in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering, has been selected for the Commonwealth Scholarship by Commonwealth Scholarship Commission in the United Kingdom. Ms. Namrata Kar is the only student from Odisha to get this achievement. She was selected following an interview by the Department of Higher Education under the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India. The scholarship will give Namrata a chance to pursue postgraduate study and research in Signal Processing and Communication in England.
KIMS student topper in 1st Professional of MBBS Examination, 2009

Ms. Anindya Nayak, a student of 1st year MBBS of Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS) has secured 1st position in the 1st Professional (2nd semester) of MBBS Examination, 2009. Earlier, she received Prof. Sanatan Pujari Memorial Gold Medal during 42nd Convocation of Utkal University which was held on 17th April, 2010. 450 students of SCB Medical College, High-Tech, ITR and KIMS under Utkal University had taken part in the medical examination in which Anindya top ranked by securing the highest number.
KIIT Student Becomes First Chess Grand Master from Odisha - Kiran Manisha Mohanty, a student of KIIT University, became the first person from Odisha to become a Grandmaster. She earned her third Woman Grandmaster Norm at the Parachute Advanced International Chess Tournament in Bangladesh. Kiran Manisha Mohanty is pursuing BTech degree in KIIT University. She is the first in both women's and men's section in Odisha to become a Grandmaster.

KIIT Students Shine at Indian Parliament Simulation - Two students of KIIT University - Varinder Singh, B.Tech 3rd Year Mechanical and Sangharsh Satpathy, B.Tech 3rd Year ETC - presented impressive performance at the Indian Parliament Simulation organised by Confederation of Indian Industry Young Indians (CII-Yi) at School of Communication and Management Studies (SCMS), Kochi. Varinder Singh won the 1st prize and his question was awarded as the Best Question of the session.

KIITian Represents India in International Youth Forum - Nidhi Singh, a student of third year B.B.A.L.L.B, represented India at the 20th International Youth Forum 2009 held in Seoul, South Korea. The seven-day conference attracted as many as 120 foreign delegates form 33 different counties. The Conference was held in the form of Model United Nations based on the theme “Climate Change and Green Growth”. She also presented a paper in one of the sessions and chaired the General Assembly Session negotiating the Youth Deliberations.
  Students of KIIT Law School participated in Hong Kong Moot Court - A team of students from KIIT Law School (KLS) participated in a prestigious international Moot Court organised in Hong Kong. It is a rare honour for KLS to participate in this academic event along with other reputed law schools from across the Globe. The Moot Court, as is well known, is a field for advocacy of ideas.

In the 3rd Annual Harvard Project for 'Asian people and Clean Energy Alternatives in Asia' held from 18th to 21st February, a 3rd year student, Nidhi Singh was adjudged as the best delegate from amongst the 150 participants from all over the world including the Universities of Oxford, California, Los Angles, Chicago, Boston, Auckland, National University of Singapore, Nanyang Technology University, Singapore, NLSIU Bangalore, lIT Kharagpur and MIT, USA.

 

 

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