The Governor said in his address to the crowd that it is a glorious moment and honor for Odisha when the state’s tribal boy and girl become vice captain of the national men’s and women’s ice hockey team at the Tokyo Olympics. “There is no shortage of talent. We need the right conditions, support and timely acquaintance, ”he added.
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He said that the alumni should make the Voice of the Locals their decision and contribute to the successful establishment of Atmanirbhar Bharat with their participation and efforts. He advised students to keep doing what they want and always try to be the best. “Don’t compete with others, rather compete with yourself and you will be ahead of others. Be whoever you want to be, ”he added.
In addition to the governor, the university has awarded honorary DLitt degrees to three other well-known Odias – Controller and Auditor General of India Girish Chandra Murmu, MP for Kesses County in Kenya and founding chairman of the Mediheal Group of Hospitals Kenya Swarup Ranjan Mishra and fashion designer. and costume designer, New York, Bibhu Mohapatra.
In 1992-1993, the institution had only 125 students, but now it has about 30,000 students. “The development of education is the development of the country,” – the founder of KISS and KIIT Achyuta Samantha.
KISS Chancellor Satya S. Tripathi, Pro-Chancellor Upendra Tripati, Vice Chancellor Deepak Kumar Bechera and other institution officials also spoke on the occasion.
Malho Mardi (2019 batch), School of Tribal Management and Prashant Majhi (2020 batch), School of Indigenous Knowledge, Science and Technology, won the Founder Gold Medal for providing the highest CGPA across the university across all PG programs.