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KISS Girls Selected as Probables in National Rugby Team
22.10.2013
KISS Boy Qualifies for Youth Olympic-2014
20.10.2013
Florence Ramillon, Director, International Relations, INSEEC Business School, Paris Visits KISS
08.10.2013
Memorial Meeting for Barnika Patnaik at KISS
05.10.2013
Gandhi Jayanti KISS
02.10.2013
 

KISS Girls Selected as Probables in National Rugby Team

Six girls from Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences (KISS) have been selected as probables in Indian Women's Team for Asian Women 7's Rugby Championship to be held in Mumbai from 8th to 12th November 2013

A coaching camp, from October 20 to November 7, is underway in Mumbai for this tournament. Bhagyalaxmi Barik (represented India two times, including in Asian Game 2010, China), Meerarani Hembram (represented India once in the year 2012), Sanjukta Munda (India team's coaching camp 2012), Hiramani Soren, Saraswati Hansdah and Hupi Majhi of KISS have been selected on the basis of their good performance in the All India National Women's Rugby Championship held at Kalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar during September 28 - 29, 2013. In this tournament KISS won the champion's trophy by defeating Pune in Final.

KISS Boy Qualifies for Youth Olympic-2014

 Ranjit Naik of Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences (KISS) returned back after successfully participating in World Archery Youth Championship 2013 held in Waxi, China from October 11 - 20, 2013. He has been selected to participate in the Youth Olympic-2014, also to be held in China.

 Both Ranjit Naik and Coach, Rajesh Hasdak returned from China on Tuesday and were received at Biju Patnaik Airport, Bhubaneswar. Rajesh Hasdak has also been selected as the coach of Indian Archery team. Total 63 countries participated in the World Archery Youth Championship, in which India bagged the 4th position.

Memorial Meeting for Barnika Patnaik at KISS

A memorial and condolence meeting was held in honour of Barnika Patnaik, an eminent women personality, at Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences (KISS) on October 5, 2013. She left for her heavenly abode on September 22, 2013 after losing a long battle with cancer. Smt. Patnaik, 43, is survived by her husband, Shri Surjya Mohanty, Chief Operating Officer of KISS and a daughter. Tearful tributes were paid at the meeting which was attended by Smt. Saswati Bal, President, KIIT & KISS, Dr. A. Samanta, Founder, Shri R. N. Dash, Secretary, Shri Umapada Bose, Shri Pradosh Patnaik, Eminent Journalists and hundreds of members of KIIT & KISS family. Smt. Bal cherished her long association with her and remembered her as a noble soul. Dr. Samanta recounted her association with KIIT during its early days and remembered her as a religious person and a well wisher of KIIT and KISS. Very few women have the qualities of high compassion and affection towards one and all in the society like she had, he said. Her bereaved husband remembered how she had held out in her last few days just to see her daughter successful in campus placement. Dr. R. N. Samanta, CEO, KIMS and Shri P. K. Dash, Director, Livelihood, KISS also spoke on the occasion.