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KISS STUDENTS VISIT FOREIGN COUNTRIES
KISS Student Visits National Formosa University, Taiwan
23.06.2012
 
KISS Student Represents India at “Global Walk-Green Earth” in Korea
26.06.2010
KISS Student Presents Paper at UNEP Youth Conference
18.06.2010
 
KISS Students Visit Chiang Mai Rajbhat University, Thailand    
 
KISS Student Visits National Formosa University, Taiwan

Prakash Chandra Murmu, a student of Intermediate Science, KISS visited National Formosa University, Taiwan as part of a students exchange programme at Taiwan from 23rd June to 30th June 2012.

 
KISS Student Represents India at “Global Walk-Green Earth” in Korea

Rajesh Kumar Barla of KISS alongwith Sangharsh Soumen Satpathy of KIIT have been selected to participate in “Global Walk-Green Earth” in 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 event is organized annually by Hanseo University, Korea to promote intramural exchange among students from different parts of the world. This year about 100 students are participating in the event. 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. The selected students would be representing India.

 
KISS Student Presents Paper at UNEP Youth Conference

Laxman Hembram, a 9th Standard student of Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences (KISS) presented a paper at ‘TUNZA’ International Children and Youth Conference on Environment – 2009, organized by United Nation Environment Programme (UNEP) in Seoul from 17th to 23rd August, 2009. The paper of Laxman Hembram was highly appreciated by the selection team. Decisions will be taken on the Projects of all the 150 participants by October. A special international programme on environment protection will be organized from the suggestion of all projects in this international conference, according to the sources.

Hanseo University of Korea gave a warm welcome to Laxman during his visit to Seoul. Besides the students of Hanseo University other distinguished persons of Korea also encouraged Laxman. Laxman belongs to the primitive tribal group of Juang. Coming from a remote village in the forest areas of Keonjhar district, he got an opportunity to realize his dream of studying in KISS. Laxman’s selection to participate in this prestigious conference in Seoul is a matter of great pride considering his parents are poor labourers. Intellectuals have said that this achievement of Laxman is a testimony to excellent enabling environment in KISS.

Visit of a student belonging to backward tribal community to Seoul is a matter of great pride and happiness, said Dr. A. Samanta, Founder, KISS & KISS. He hoped that students of KISS would be able to bring many more laurels at national and international level in the time to come.

achievement of Laxman is a testimony to excellent enabling environment in KISS, which provides education, residence and all other basic needs to 10000 tribal children free of cost. Both Laxman and Dr. Routaray will leave for Seoul on 15th August, 2009. Their all expenses relating to the conference would be borne by UNEP. Visit of a student belonging to backward tribal community to Seoul is a matter of great pride not only for the tribal community, but also the State of Odisha and the country. As many as 750 delegates from 150 countries will be participating in this conference. The conference is organizes by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) in conjunction with UNEP National Committee for the Republic of Korea. It is supported by the Daejeon Metropolitan City, Ministry of Environment, Presidential Committee on Green Growth, Ministry of Education and Science and Technology. There are only two participants from India. Besides Laxman, Sandeep Bakshi from north India has been selected to attend the conference.

Selection of Laxman in this International Conference, which has only two participants from the country, is a matter of great pride and happiness, said Dr. A. Samanta, Founder, KISS & KISS. He hoped that students of KISS would be able to bring many more laurels at national and international level in the time to come.

 
KISS Students Visit Chiang Mai Rajbhat University, Thailand

Five students of Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences (KISS) are on a tour to Chiang Mai Rajbhat University, Thailand on an
invitation from the university. The visit is a part of the agreement between KISS and Chiang Mai Rajbhat University (CMRU), which provides for students’ exchange among other areas of cooperation. Objective of the visit was to provide the students an exposure on art, culture and tradition of Thailand.

The visiting students are Mr. Rajkishore Murmu (Class X), Mr. Harish Baskey (+2 Second Year Commerce), Miss Puspamanjari Soren (+3 Second Year Arts), Miss Rupali Soren (Class X) and Miss Sumi Majhi (+3 Second Year Science). All the students belong to Santal Tribe. The students' team was guided by Mrutyunjaya Nayak, Lecture.

Earlier, the president of Chiang Mai Rajbhat University had visited KISS and extended an invitation to the CEO of KISS to visit CMRU. On that occasion, they had signed the agreement.

The students’ visit to Thailand resulted in a wave of joy among the tribal community. Dr. A. Samanta, Founder, KIIT & KISS expressed his satisfaction and congratulated the five students of KISS for their tour to Thailand.