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1 PRESENTATION ON KALINGA INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY (Deemed to be University) [Under Section 3 of the UGC Act 1956]


3 Introduction  Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology had a humble beginning in 1997 as an Engineering College and received deemed to be University status in 2004 under Section 3 of the UGC Act 1956  KIIT in a very short span of time turned itself into a multidisciplinary University with world class facilities and got accredited by NBA and NAAC with ‘A’ grade  Separate eco-friendly campuses are available for each School with hostels and various central facilities  The University strives to achieve excellence in teaching- learning, research and extension activities with emphasis on innovations  Over a foundation of core values – quality, high academic standards and integrity- the University has progressed in a sustained manner KIIT UNIVERSITY

4 Vision To create advanced centers of professional learning of international standing where pursuit of knowledge and excellence shall reign supreme, unfettered by the barriers of nationality, language, cultural plurality and religion KIIT UNIVERSITY

5 Mission  To impart quality professional education of international standard and imbibe skill for solving real life problems  To inculcate national/global perspective in attitude  To create leadership qualities with futuristic vision  To foster spirit of entrepreneurship, and realization of societal responsibilities  To cultivate adaptation of ethics, morality and healthy practices in professional life  To instill habit of continual learning  To bring about total personality development and create conscientious and responsible world citizens  To encourage and support creative abilities and research temperament  To establish and promote close interaction with industry and other utility sectors and keep abreast with state-of-the-art technology KIIT UNIVERSITY

6 Milestones Accredited by NAAC with 'A' Grade (CGPA Highest among self-financing universities). & Among India's Top 15 Engineering Institutions 2010 Accredited by NBA for five years & Ranked 18th Overall & 6th in Placement among self-financing institutions of the country 2008 Conferment of deemed to be University Status by MHRD2004 Commencement of Undergraduate & Post Graduate Programmes 1997 KIIT UNIVERSITY

7 Global Standing KIIT University is the member of  Association of Indian Universities (AIU).  Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU)  University Mobility in Asia and the Pacific (UMAP).  International Association of Universities (IAU).  Association of Universities of Asia Pacific (AUAP)  International Association of University Presidents (IAUP)  Institute of International Education (IIE).  United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI) KIIT UNIVERSITY

8 Infrastructural Facilities  Total Land Area: 500 Acres  Built up Area: 750,000 sqm  No. of Schools: 19  Total Number of Programmes: 105 KIIT UNIVERSITY

9 Academic Programmes  School of Civil Engineering:  B.Tech in Civil Engineering  M.Tech in Structural Engineering  M.Tech in Construction Engineering and Management  Ph.D  School of Electronics Engineering:  B.Tech in Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering  B.Tech in Electronics and Electrical Engineering  B.Tech in Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering  M.Tech in Communications Engineering  M.Tech in VLSI Design and Embedded Systems  Ph.D  School of Electrical Engineering:  B.Tech in Electrical Engineering  M.Tech in Power Electronics And Drives  M.Tech in Power Engineering and Energy Systems  Ph.D Contd…… KIIT UNIVERSITY

10 Academic Programmes…..2  School of Mechanical Engineering:  B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering  B.Tech in Automobile Engineering  M.Tech in Manufacturing Process  M.Tech in Quality Engineering And Management  M.Tech in Thermal Engineering  Ph.D  School of Computer Science Engineering:  B.Tech in Computer Science And Engineering  B.Tech in Information Technology  M.Tech in Computer Science And Engineering  M.Tech in Computer Science And Information Security  Ph.D  School of Applied Sciences  Ph.D in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics  School of Biotechnology:  B.Tech in Biotechnology  M.Tech in Biotechnology  M.Sc. Applied Microbiology  M.Sc. Biotechnology  Ph.D. Contd…… KIIT UNIVERSITY

11 Academic Programmes…..3  School of Management:  Bachelor of Business Administration  Master of Business Administration  Ph.D  School of Rural Management:  MBA in Rural Management  Ph.D  School of Law:  BA.LLB.  B.Sc., LLB  BBA LLB  LLM  Ph.D  School of Computer Applications:  BCA  MCA  Ph.D  School of Medicine:  MBBS  MD in Community Medicine  MD in Anatomy  MD in Biochemistry  MD in Microbiology  MD in Physiology  MD in Pharmacology  MD in Pathology  Ph.D  School of Dental Sciences:  BDS  School of Nursing Sciences:  B.Sc. Nursing  M.Sc. Nursing  School of Fashion Technology:  Bachelor of Design  School of Film, Media Sciences:  Bachelor in Film and Television Production Contd…… KIIT UNIVERSITY

12 Academic Programmes…..4  School of Humanities and Social Sciences:  BA in History, Political Science, Economics, Philosophy, Education, Sociology, Odia  B.Sc. in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Botany and Zoology. Computer Science  B.Com in Accountancy  MA in History, Political Science, Economics, Odia, Tribal studies, Anthropology, Education, Sociology  M.Sc. in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Botany and Zoology  M.Com in Financial Management, Marketing Management, Management Information System  Ph.D  School of Sculpture:  Master in Fine Art  School of Mass Communication:  Masters of Mass Communication KIIT UNIVERSITY

13 Admissions  Admission is done through National Level Entrance Exam KIITEE.  Online Entrance test was conducted in 54 cities across India in 75 centers.  No Fees for entrance examination or application form charged.  Nearly 1, 52,000 students applied from all over the country and neighboring countries this year.  Foreign students get admitted through online entrance test.  Students from 12 countries are pursuing their studies in different courses of the University. KIIT UNIVERSITY

14 Academic Strength  Total Faculty Members911  Professor 153  Associate Professor 196  Assistant Professor 562  Visiting Faculty 117 KIIT UNIVERSITY

15 Academic Facilities  Library  5, 35,985 books covering different branches of knowledge  83,590 e-books available in varied subjects  The library subscribes to 582 print journals  There are more than 20,000 electronic resources and 30,00,000 e-theses  Digital library for students and teachers  24 X 7 Library facilities  The University has launched a web portal through which access to the resources are facilitated  ICT:  1 GB Leased line internet connectivity through National Knowledge Network  Wi-fi eco-friendly campus  Latest configured laptops provided to the students and faculty KIIT UNIVERSITY

16 Innovations in Teaching  Choice Based credit system  Credit transfer system  Special Coaching for Slow Learners, Advanced Learner  Self learning modules:  Assignments, Seminar reports, Project reports  Extra Academic Activities (Curricular components)  Online library facilities KIIT UNIVERSITY

17 Teaching Quality Monitoring System  Academic audit: The academic audit is done on yearly basis by a group of external auditors.  Tutor - Mentor System : Tutor- Mentor system has been made operational at the University from the beginning. In the system students are under direct supervision of a faculty nominated as mentor for the group.  Feedback systems : The University obtains regular feedback from all the stake holders, such as, students, alumni, employer, community, academic peers, industry and parents, etc. through well defined feedback mechanisms.  Training the Teachers: The university takes several steps to impart training to the faculty members by conducting Faculty development Programmes, Seminars, workshops etc,. KIIT UNIVERSITY

18 Special Features  State–of–the–art academic infrastructure to support teaching and research  Faculty development programmes  Industry sponsored area specific programmes for faculties (training the trainers)  Study leave for higher studies  Financial assistance to faculty and students for attending international/ national seminars, conferences and workshops  Start-up grants for young faculties to initiate their research activities  Leadership development programmes for staff and students  Support (Financial and intellectual) for innovative students’ projects  Availability of scholarships and free-studentships for meritorious and needy students KIIT UNIVERSITY

19 Research Activities  Centre for Innovation and Research (CIR) has been established in 2010 to promote research and development activities in the University. Its a Coordinating body, created with the Development and protection of intellectual property (IP).  Budgetary provision of 1.2 Crores per year towards research fellowships and 80 lakhs per year for PG fellowship  Start-up fund for young faculty members  Teaching assistantship given to scholars per month is Rs.7000 for the first two years and Rs.8000 per month for the third and fourth year. M.Tech. Students also get teaching assistantships of Rs.7000/- per month.  Number of Ongoing Extramural research projects 50, budget out lay – Rs lakhs  31 students are awarded with CSIR/ UGC/ Rajiv Gandhi Fellowships KIIT UNIVERSITY

20 Major Thrust Areas  Renewable Energy  Power Engineering  Financial Management, Marketing Management  Cancer biology  Infection biology and vaccine development  Translational research  Environmental Biotechnology & Engineering  Cloud computing, Network security  Natural Language Processing, Soft computing  Bioinformatics  Nano Technology  Intellectual Property Rights, Human Rights  Robotics, Automobile KIIT UNIVERSITY

21 Interdisciplinary Research Programmes  Schools of Mechanical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Engineering  Robotics, Aerodynamics, Solar Vehicle, Renewable Energy  Schools of Biotechnology and Medical Science  Cancer diagnostics, Diabetic Retinopathy, Research on Tuberculosis Research on Malaria  Schools of Biotechnology Medical Science and Technology Business Incubator  Translational Research and IPR  School of Biotechnology and Applied Sciences  Nanoparticles  Schools of Biotechnology and Management/ Rural Management  Biogas Training Centre, Rural Entrepreneurship Development programme  Schools of Language and Computer Science Engineering-  Language Processing Project KIIT UNIVERSITY

22 Laboratories KIIT UNIVERSITY

23 Publications Types of PublicationNo. of Publications Books & Review of books126 Research Publications in Scopus393 Conference Papers621 Journal Articles640 KIIT UNIVERSITY

24 Scopus Analysis- Subject Area Wise KIIT UNIVERSITY

25 Publications in High Impact Journals  Nature ( IF )  Microbiology and Molecular Biology Reviews ( IF )  Plos Pathogen ( IF )  Developmental Biology ( IF )  Infection and Immunity ( IF )  PLoS one ( IF )  Amino Acids ( IF )  International Journal of Nanomedicine ( IF )  Microbes & Infections ( IF )  Peptides ( IF )  Gene ( IF )  Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research ( IF )  Polyhedron ( IF )  Thin Solid Films ( IF )  Journal of the Advanced Powder Technology ( IF )  Engineering Structures ( IF )  Abstract and Applied Analysis ( IF )  Oncology Research ( IF-1.3 ) KIIT UNIVERSITY

26 Publications of the University Academic scholarly journals published by the University  School of Management publishes an International Journal KIIT Journal of Management titled “Parikalpana” (ISSN ).  School of Rural Management publishes an International Journal titled “KIIT Rural Business Review” (ISSN )  School of Law publishes Journal titled “KIIT Journal of Law and Society” (ISSN No )  School of Engineering publishes a bi-annual journal, “KIIT Techno Review” KIIT UNIVERSITY

27 Technology Innovation Initiatives KIIT TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS INCUBATOR  An initiative of KIIT University supported by Department of Science & Technology, Government of India.  Received recognition of a Technology Business Incubator (TBI) in 2009 by National Science & Technology Entrepreneurship Development Board (NSTEDB), DST, GOI.  First such TBI in the state of Odisha and one amongst the fifty-odd in the country.  Member of Asia Pacific Incubator Network (APIN) and National Entrepreneurship Network (NEN).  Supported by Department of Information Technology (DIT); Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME); Technology Development Board (TDB); Biotechnology Industry Research Assistance Council (BIRAC); Technology Commercialization and Facilitation Agency(TCFA); Technopreneur Promotion Programme (TePP) Contd….. KIIT UNIVERSITY

28 KIIT Technology Business Incubator….2 Objectives:  Create awareness among the students & graduates of the importance of small and medium business houses towards community development  Identify potential Entrepreneur and nurture and support them to develop independent self sustaining business.  To foster linkages between the parent institution, Industries and R&D institutions in the region and other related organizations engaged in promoting small and medium enterprises (SMEs) including NGOs & other voluntary organizations.  To catalyze and promote development of S&T based enterprises and promote employment opportunities.  To provide a platform for speedy commercialization of the research and technologies developed in the institutes. Contd….. KIIT UNIVERSITY

29 KIIT Technology Business Incubator…3 Functions  Provide targeted marketing support to Small & Medium Enterprises (SMEs).  Develop linkages with other business incubators.  Provide cost effective facilities and efficiently managed infrastructure together with value added business support and advisory services to start- ups.  Identify potential entrepreneur in local academic institutions needing business facilities/expertise support to become technopreneurs.  Train and support young technopreneurs to nurture their technology based businesses through technology incubators. KIIT UNIVERSITY

30 Existing Incubates (ICT) Thrust area:  Hellodoctor24x7  Innovadors Lab  Evolutionary Algorithm Pvt Ltd  Ajatus Software  i-creatorz Biotechnology Thrust area:  Biopesticide Development  Biologic Apps.  Maa Kanak Biofertilizers  Nano Herb Reasearch Laboratory Pvt Ltd  Enoveo India  AppLant  Centre for Nature conservation and Biosafety  Benet Resources KIIT UNIVERSITY

31 Patents Filed  Faculties of KIIT University filed an Indian patent on "Live Attenuated Salmonella Vaccine“.  Faculties of KIIT University filed an Indian Patent on “N‐Fused Aminoimidazoles as novel topoisomerase IIα‐targeting anticancer agents”  Faculties of KIIT University filed an Indian Patent on “A Novel Process For The Prepartion Of Nanocrystalline Single Phase Lithium Metatianate At Room Temperature”. KIIT UNIVERSITY

32 Industry- Institute Interface Impact  SAP Centre of Excellence  IBM Centre of Excellence  Infosys Campus Connect  SAP Faculty Training Programme  Wipro Mission 10x Faculty Training Programme  Project guidance with Tata Steel  BOS consists of Members from TCS, CIFA, Accenture, Vedant, Tata Steel etc.  Establishment of Lab by Siemens KIIT UNIVERSITY

33 Students’ Projects  It is mandatory for the Students to carry out Project work  Selected projects are presented in national and international level competitive platforms.  The University bears all the expenses for paper and project presentation.  Postgraduate students are assigned projects aimed at certain research output, usually they are encouraged to publish a paper. KIIT UNIVERSITY


35 Placements ……. 2 Number of Companies visited: KIIT UNIVERSITY

36 Placements (Annual Pay Package) ….. 3 KIIT UNIVERSITY

37 Placements (Annual Pay Package) …….. 4 KIIT UNIVERSITY

38 Collaborations/ MOUs Collaborations with Universities MoUs with Foreign Universities Till 2009Till April 2013Purpose 2147 Academic / Research Till 2009Till March 2013Highlights MoUs with Industries 1826 Training, Research & Development Industry – Institute Interactions KIIT UNIVERSITY

39 International Collaborations University World Ranking (TIMES) Type of Collaboration Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) 12 Master & PhD Student Exchange & Research University of California, Los Angeles 13 Faculty Exchange & Research National University of Singapore, Singapore 29 Student, Faculty Exchange & Research École Polytechnique Fédérale De Lausanne 40Research Karolinska Institute 42Research University of California, Davis 44Research KIIT UNIVERSITY

40 International Collaborations Contd. University World Ranking (TIMES) Type of Collaboration University of Pittsburg, USA 76 Research Lund University 82 Research University of Lausanne 130 Student, Faculty Exchange & Research University of Ulm, Germany Research University of Colorado, Denver Research KIIT UNIVERSITY

41 Student Exchange Programme Name of the studentsRemarks Mr. Abhishek Nayak To pursue one semester course at the Czech University of Life Sciences, Prague from to Mr. Amit Jai Singh Mr. Dushyant Panda Hanseo University, Seoul, South Korea for participation in Global Walk feeling the breath of Naepo Culture from June Mr. Sarbajit Paul English Summer Camp 2012) at National Formosa University, Taiwan, from 25 – 29 June Mr. Prakash Chandra Murmu Ms. Debarati Rakshit Ms. Moushumi Madhuchanda Padhi Ms. Sambhabi Patnaik Students from School of Rural Management visited AIT, Bangkok for ten weeks and got necessary credits during their Masters in Rural Management programme. Students visit Universities in Czech Republic, Korea, Australia, UK etc. on credit transfer system. KIIT UNIVERSITY Contd…….

42 Student Exchange Programme..2  40 Students from Ataturk University, Turkey visited for certificate course in English  250 students from Afghanistan have joined this year to pursue various educational programmes in KIIT University  Students from Hanseo University visit KIIT University every year for their intern.  Two Masters’ students of University of Lausanne, Switzerland visited KIIT for 3 months for thesis work  Ph. D students from UC-Davis, USA and from London School of Hygiene visited School of Biotechnology for three months each. KIIT UNIVERSITY

43 Social Outreach  Promotion of social outreach by providing free education to tribal students  Promoting Science Education through DST-INSPIRE Programme (32)  Rural Capacity Building through Skill Set Training Programs, DST  Biogas-Development Training Centre, MNRE  Helping Chilika Development Authority for community development programs  Legal Aid Clinic  Adopt a village program by students  Awareness programs for community development  Schools of Biotechnology and Rural Management started Rural Health Research Centre at Chikiti, Ganjam which provides basic health care facilities with ICT platforms and diagnostic technologies  Two KIIT Rural Dispensaries are operative in villages of Kalarabanka and Aska  School of Medical Sciences and Dental Sciences organizes health care and dental camps in different rural areas and provides free dental check up and treatment  NSS wing in association with Department of Community Medicine organizes health awareness programmes on Mother and Child Care, organ transplantation, diabetes, AIDS, Cervical Cancer etc KIIT UNIVERSITY

44 Significant Events Organized  99 th Session of Indian Science Congress including Children Science Congress and Women's Science Congress  36 th Session of Indian Social Science Congress  92 nd Session of Indian Economic Association  53 rd Annual Conference of Association of Microbiologists of India  Inter-Congress of International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences (IUAES) on "Children and Youth in a Changing World"  52 nd Philip C Jessup International Law Moot Court  Management Conclaves on Human Resources, Finance and Marketing  37th Annual Conference of Environmental Mutagen Society of India  AIU Central Zone Universities Students Research Convention ‘Anveshan’  Central Zone Vice Chancellor’s Meet of AIU.  National Blind Chess Championship  National Conference of Anatomical Society of India (NATCON- 60)  International Open Grand Master Chess Tournament KIIT UNIVERSITY

45 Extra Curricular Activities  Robotic Society  IT Society  Music Society  Audiovisual Society  Photographic Society  SPICMACAY  Literary Society comprising  Debate Club  Quiz Club  Music Club KIIT UNIVERSITY

46 Extra Curricular Activities contd.  NCC: Sanctioned strength of NCC senior division is 50. Cadets undergo training to cover both theory and practical of 360 periods within a span of two years to enable each cadet to appear ‘B Certificate’ examination at the end of the first year of training and ‘C Certificate ‘ Examination at the end of the second year of training. Training Classes are held on Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning.  NSS :NSS Bureau has continuously involved active students who are deeply motivated to do more volunteering work for the welfare of the marginalized sectors of the society and for the betterment of the environment. Up to date, there are 1,000 NSS volunteers in KIIT University. KIIT UNIVERSITY

47 Central Facilities  Auditorium (1600 capacity)  Guest House  18 conference halls  Exhibition ground (5 acres)  1 banquet hall  sqft Five storied Central library  24X7 Wifi internet connectivity  Transport facilities available for staff and students  Indoor Stadium  Outdoor Stadium  Health care facilities provided to staff and students through super specialty hospital attached to School of Medicine  Railway reservation counter, Post Office, Banks and ATMs KIIT UNIVERSITY

48 Facilities in Each Schools  Self contained independent campus for each academic programme  WIFI and multimedia enabled Air-conditioned classrooms  Library  Ultramodern laboratories  Open air theatre  Close circuit cameras  Auditorium  Seminar halls  Sports facilities  Cafeterias KIIT UNIVERSITY

49 Sports Facilities  Health Club : The University has established a well equipped Health Club at par with state-of -art facilities gymnasium inside the Campus with following instruments : Back Press, Leg Press, Leg Curling, Cline Up Station, Shoulder Press Butter Fly, Abdominal Exercise Station, Horizontal Bar, Arm Curling Station, etc. KIIT UNIVERSITY

50 Sports Facilities contd.  Indoor Stadium: The University boasts of its indoor stadium named as “ Biju Patnaik Indoor Stadium”, which also comprises the modern gymnasium mentioned above indoor basket ball, volley ball and badminton courts. A rare facility, namely an air-conditioned billiard room is an integral part of this indoor stadium. KIIT UNIVERSITY

51 Sports Facilities contd.  Outdoor Stadium : The University has a centrally located outdoor stadium of about 10 acres which is used for track and field events and also for games like cricket, football and hockey, etc. are being played there. KIIT UNIVERSITY

52 Conclusion  KIIT has made a mark in creation and dissemination of knowledge in inter- and multidisciplinary areas and has fulfilled the holistic concept of a University  Students and faculty from all over the country and abroad  Faculty from leading institutions from India and abroad  Providing opportunity for overall development of students with opportunity for all round well proportioned education, co-curricular activities, training and placements  Inculcates social responsibility among students and staff  Promotion of research and patenting through setting up of state-of-the-art laboratories in cutting edge technology and collaborations  The University is marching ahead towards the goal of providing quality higher education and achieving excellence and becoming a model University in the global context KIIT UNIVERSITY

53 “The heights by great men reached and kept were not attained by sudden flight, but they, while their companions slept, were toiling upward in the night.” ---- Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

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