I congratulate you for considering KIIT University as a destination of your higher education. KIIT University has established itself as a leading institution of professional education in the country. It stands for academic excellence and provides the best opportunities to its students.
KIIT University is one of the most vibrant campuses of the country which attracts students from as many as 20 countries. Its focus on excellence and philosophy of 'education with human touch' has attracted attention of noted statesmen, academicians and scientists from different parts of the world. They include President of India, President of Mauritius, Vice President of India, Prime Minister of India, U.S. Ambassador to India and five Nobel laureates- Prof. Rolf M. Zinkernagel (Nobel laureate in Medicine, 1996), Prof. Richard R. Ernst (Nobel laureate in Chemistry, 1991), Prof. Ferid Murad (Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, 1998), Prof. Jean-Marie Lehn (Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1987) and Prof. Oliver Smithies (Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, 2007).
Recognizing the importance of public health and need for competent public health professionals in the country at all levels, KIIT University has now established “KIIT School of Public Health” to provide quality education, research and service in the field of public health.
Here, you will get ample opportunity for career advancement in Public Health. A KIIT graduate is respected by all the top names of corporate world and multinational corporations. KIIT graduates also excel at national level sports, performing arts and even beauty pageants. Most importantly, students of KIIT University are groomed not only to be competent professionals, but also socially responsible and concerned citizens.
We are committed to shaping the future global citizen and acknowledge the faith and confidence of all the aspirants of KIIT.
I welcome you and wish you a bright future.
Dr. Achyuta Samanta
KIIT - A Group of Professional Institutes & KIIT University.
KISS - Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences. A Home for 15,000 Tribal Children (KG to PG)