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Ollywood Stars Shine at Holi Celebrations at KISS 
23.03.2016
Shri Vishnu Deo Sai, Hon'ble Minister of State for Mines & Steel, Govt. of India visits KISS
21.03.2016
Mr. Animesh Chauhan, MD & CEO, Oriental Bank of Commerce Visits KISS
20.03.2016
His Excellency Hon’bel Ambassador of Guatemala to India visits KISS
12.03.2016
Kidney Disease Screening Clinic inaugurated at KISS
10.03.2016
Director, Women’s, Infants’ and Children’s Program,
Baltimore County Health Department, Maryland, USA Visit KISS
05.03.2016
 

Ollywood Stars Shine at Holi Celebrations at KISS 

The festival of colours, Holi, was celebrated with traditional fervor in the campus of Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences (KISS), a sister concern of KIIT. Stars of Ollywood, actors, directors, singers and others, joined 25,000 tribal children of the institute in the festivity. Among others Laxmikant Palit, Shantilata barik, Subhas Das, Sangeeta Gosain, Punam Mishra, Kuna Tripathy, Sabyasachi, Hadu, Debu Brahma, Banamali Pandia, Gungun, Jhilki Chakrabartty, Linkan Subuddhi, Valina Valentina, Anuradha Biswal, Akankhya, Aryan, Gudu, Priyanshi, Ankit, Dr. Rajani Ranjan, Pradosh Patnaik, Dillip Hali, Dillip Shrichandan, Mahendra Gupta, Bijay Khandelwal, Om Prakash Agrawal, Kishanlal Bharatia, Ajay Agrawal, Dr. Akshya Khandelwal of Cuttack and Bhubaneswar Marwari Socitey were present. The cine artists and the singers performed cultural programmes and entertained the students of KISS.

Kidney Disease Screening Clinic inaugurated at KISS

Kidney Day observed in Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences with the inauguration of Kidney Disease Screening Clinic at KISS on Thursday. 25 thousand students of KISS will get different clinical tests to early detect of kidney diseases free of cost. Kidney disease can affect children in various ways, ranging from treatable disorders without long-term consequences to life-threatening conditions. Prevention is better than cure, so the early detection of symptoms of Kidney disease will help them to aggravate. Like every year World Kidney Day was observed in KIMS on 10th March. The theme of this year is ‘Kidney disease and children- act early to prevent’. A seminar on this theme was inaugurated by Prof P P Mathur, VC KIIT University in presence of R. N. Dash, Secretary, KIIT & KISS; Dr. R. N. Samanta, CEO, KIMS; Prof. S. C. Dash, Director; Dr. B. C. Das, Director, School of Medicine; Prof. S. B. Ogale, Principal and P. Parida, MR, KIMS. All speakers gave importance on making awareness among the mass on kidney disease. Awareness is more important than clinically diagnosis. Awareness should start from community, they opined. They also said, many children who may be at risk of kidney disease at an early age. It is therefore crucial to encourage and facilitate education, early detection and a healthy life style in children, starting at birth and continuing through to old age, to combat the increase of preventable kidney damage including acute kidney injury and chronic kidney disease and to treat children with inborn and acquired disorders of the kidney. Earlier this morning a awareness rally was organized from Patia to KIMS to create awareness among common people.