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Vocational training at KISS links education with productivity, economic development & individual prosperity. Every student undergoes vocational education in one of the 50 trades offered as per his or her talent. It is designed to impart necessary occupational skills among tribal students to mould them into successful entrepreneurs & make them fit in the job market. In Details...

1993 - 2016 Twenty Three Years of Service - Educating, Enabling & Empowering the Tribal (Indigenous) Children

KISS - A home away from home...
Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences (KISS) is the largest residential institute for the tribals in the world, providing accomodation, food, health care, education from Kindergarten to Post Graduation, vocational training and all other basic amenities of life absolutely free with a job after completion of education.
Humble beginning in 1993 with 125 children
25,000 children of whom 12,200 are girls...
Students from 62 tribes of Odisha...
KISS Humanitarian Award, instituted by KISS is given annually to people with exceptionally high contribution to the society in various fields relating to social issues.
Every year an eminent person is selected for this award.
  • 27.09.2016: KISS being awarded the Guide Star India Champion Level-Platinum Certification by Guide Star India for NGO Transparency from GuideStar India.
  • 27.09.2016: Dr. Nitin R. Dhande, Chairman, Vidarbha Youth Welfare Society, Prof. Ram Meghe Institute of Technology & Research, Amravati, Madam Vaishali Nitin Dhande & esteemed dignitaries with the tribal students of KISS.
  • 18.09.2016: Iconic Indian Sprinter, P.T. Usha during her visit to KISS
  • 17.09.2016: Ms Dipa Karmakar India's first female Olympic gymnast Rio 2016 during her visit to KISS.
  • 10.09.2016: Dr. A. Samanta, Founder, KIIT & KISS announcing free education & other facilities for the three daughters of Dana Majhi (extreme right) in the presence of tribal leaders from Kalahandi. Dana Majhi hit the headlines recently for carrying his wife’s body on his shoulder for 10 km.
  • 10.09.2016:  KISS students, Shanti Murmu & Mandakini Majhi selected as panelists at an Interactive Dialogue between  United Nations Assistant Secretary General and UN Women’s Deputy Executive Director, Ms Lakshmi Puri and young leaders tomorrow.
  • 01.09.2016: Ms. Lakshmi Puri, Assistant Secretary – General of the United Nations and Deputy Executive Director of UN Women unveiling a stone plaque in her honour at KISS in the presence of Prof. Sasmita Samanta, Registrar, KIITU
  • 01.09.2016: Ms. Lakshmi Puri, Assistant Secretary – General of the United Nations and Deputy Executive Director of UN Women sharing fond moments ith students of KISS.
KISS Awarded Platinum Star for NGO Transparency
KISS to Provide Education to Dana Majhi’s Daughters
KISS Branch to Open in Kalahandi
UN Asst. Secy. General Visits KIIT & KISS
KISS Inks MoU with Bridge Partnership, Singapore to Protect Girls in Odisha
KISS Students Best Youth Venture
KIIT & KISS Founder invited to Deliver Talk at
International Conference on Sustainable Development (ICSD) – 2016, New York

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