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KilT is Proud to Host 99th Indian Science Congress


University, in academic partnership




prestigious 99'




Indian Science Congress

from 3-7 January 2012. Inaugurated by Dr. Manmohan Singh, Hon'ble Prime Minister of India this mega scientific meet was attended by 19,000 delegates, including renowned scientists from India and abroad, Director Generals of CSIR, ICMR, ICAR and Secretaries of DBT, DST, HRD. The five-day meet was graced by Dr. A . P. J. Abdul Kalam,

3-7 January, 2012- Bhubaneswar

Hon'ble Fmr. President of India, Shri M. C . Bhandare,

His Excellency



Odisha, Shri Naveen Patnaik, Chief Minister of Odisha, Shri Vilasrao Deshmukh, Hon'ble Union Minister of Science & Technology & Earth

Sciences and many



Ministers . Prominent events such as the First Women's Science Congress, Children's Science




Communicators' Meet were held on the h sidelines of 99' Indian Science Congress.




Years ofExcellence

Hosted by


Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India

The Indian Science Congress Association Kolkata

Index Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology


School of Civil Engineering


School of Mechanical Engineering


School of Electrical Engineering


School of Electronics Engineering


School of Computer Engineering


School of Computer Application


School of Biotechnology


Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences


Kalinga Institute of Dental Sciences


Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciences


School of Management


School of Rural Management


KilT School of Law


School of Film



Media Sciences

School of Fashion Technology


School of Fine Art


Centres of Excellence


International Programme


Class Room, Library






Co-curricular Activities


Ph.D/PDF Programme






Fees Structure


Accredited by NAAC of UGC in 'A' Grade (Highest CGPA among self足 financing universities) Accredited by NBA of AICTE

Global Recognition

Approved by Statutory Bodies of Govt. of India

KilT University is a member of prestigious national and international organizations such as

International Association of Universities (IAU) Association of Indian Universities (AIU)


Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU)


University Mobility of Asia and the Pacific (UMAP)


International Association of University Presidents (IAUP)


Association of Universities of Asia and the Pacific (AUAP)


International Institute of Education (liE), New York


United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI)

Visio11 of K11T To create an advanced centre of professional learning of International standard where pursuit of knowledge and excellence shall reign supreme, unfettered by the barriers of nationality, language, cultural plurality and religion.

Member - National Bodies Commission Member- University Grants Commission (UGC) UGC

Executive Council Member- All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE)


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Member- High-level Committee on Higher Education for 12th Five Year Plan, Planning Commission of India

Member -General Body, Centre for Advancement of People's Action and CAPART


Rural Technology (CAPART), Govt. of India

Member- Forest Right Act Committee of the Ministry of Environment & Forest and Tribal Affairs, Govt. of India

Member- National Executive Council, ISTE, Govt. of India ISTE

Member - International Bodies Asia Economic Fooum


Member -Asia Economic Forum (AEF)


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Member- International Institute of Education (liE), New York Member- University Mobility of Asia and the Pacific (UMAP), Bangkok Member -Association of Universities of Asia and the Pacific (AUAP) Member- International Association of University Presidents (IAUP), U.K.

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Vice Chancellor1S

Message Indian Higher Education is changing. This change for the knowledge society in India is led by KilT University. In this University we work very hard to provide up to date information and methodology to synthesize knowledge for this information. We also believe that 11doing" is very important component of our education. Therefore, along with the classroom didactic lectures, (broadband 1 GB connectivity, laptops and set of text books to every student) we provide

laboratory facilities where students learn to design experiments and analyze data to reach conclusions of practical importance. To achieve this, we have employed teachers with high qualifications and experience in industry and academy. They are also involved in research projects with grants from India and International agencies Students are provided with on the job training and are given training in the finishing schools so that in the last semester our graduates are selected by the best companies through campus interviews. In fact almost 100% students

Prof. A. S. Kolaskar Ph.D., D.Sc. (he), D.Litt, F.N.A., F.N.A.Sc. Former Vice Chancellor, University of Pune

get jobs

through campus interview and many of them are

selected by 3-4 companies.

The choice based credit system in the KilT University provides the required flexibility to the students to develop their creative as well as analytical ability. We have excellent sports facilities and large number of cultural, scientific and technology student clubs, the membership of which is open to all students. These activities help for balance growth.

Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences (KISS), a sister institute of KilT University, where more than 15,000 tribal students gets free education, free stay, food , clothing, books, etc. provides excellent opportunity for the KilT students to become socially conscious and take up society relevant projects.

KilT University is committed to provide you holistic education and deserves highest considerations as you

explore various avenues of professional

education.! invite parents to visit our website and help the ward in making the right decision. The first step is to appear for the KilT Entrance Examination (KIITEE) and pass with high marks. KIITEE is the only examination in the world which is free to eligible students and is offered at multiple centers in the country and abroad.

I wish all the students those who are appearing for KIITEE a success and heartily welcome those who decide to join various programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate level including Ph.D in this University of the 21st Century.

Intellectual Capital Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology

-Intellectual Capital Even though it is a new self-financing institution, KilT is a well structured and decentra l ized orga n izatio n . It is perhaps the only self足 financing institution in the country where top fu nctiona ries, incl uding cellor and Vice Chancellor, a re renowned academicians. K i lT University e m phasizes on having the best intel lectuals as its teachers. Each school is headed by a Di rector/ Dean/ HoD, who is a d istinguished academician in his/ her field. An 1500-strong tea m of faculties, scientists a nd resea rchers forms the i ntellectual capital of K i lT U niversity. The faculty of the U niversity a re d rawn from Institutions of repute such as I ITs, I I Ms, XLRI, liSe, J N U, etc. The qua lity is a m ply demonstrated by the patents held by various faculty members, the-state-of-the-a rt l a bs, the research grants coming from va rious agencies both in I ndia and a b road, national and i nternational conferences, symposiums and workshops held here. The Vice Chancellor oft he U niversity, Dr. A. S. Kolaskar is a wel l known scientist who coi ned the term Bioinformatics and is an elected fel low of I ndia n National Science Academy and National Academy of Sciences, I ndia, the premier scientists' bod ies. The U niversity has also esta blished a Centre for Scientific Research with seed money of US$ 1.2 m i l l ion, the only private U niversity i n the country to esta blish such a centre. KilT u niquely promotes students research and projects of its students h ave the dist i n ction of b e i ng a p p reciated at nation a l a n d i nternational forum, incl uding being selected for the prestigious I nd i a n Science Congress.

The growth of the h uge infrastructure, impressive a rchitectural marvels, deve class educational township dedicated for KilT sta nd testimony to the ever g University. K i lT in its endeavor to reach out to every knowledge centre of t e wo academic partnership with more than 60 world-class U niversities. Universities a now working towa rds internationa lization of h igher education responding

globa lization. I n order to promote knowledge sharing and col labo ative resea i nto the elite group of associations and organi-zatioAs iAcl�:�aing t le--AS·!S0c:�-atlo U niversities (AI U ), I nternational Association of U n iversities ( IAU), Association Universities (ACU), I nternational Associationof Universities Presictents (lA Mobility of Asia and the Pacific ( U MAP). K i lT a lso has the pride pf housing Secreta riat for I ndia.

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Schools of. : I K I Ff U n i v e rs i ty



School of Civil Engineering

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School of Computer Engineering

School of Mechanical Engineering School of Computer Application School of Applied�$ School of Law School of Management School of Rural Management School of Biotechnology Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences Kalinga Institute of Dental Sciences Kalinga lnstitute-otNorsin �g ren·ce­ School of Fashion Technoi


School of Film & Media Scien


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School of Fine Art School of language S"chool of Yoga

Programmes ic m de a c A 50 nts 17,000 Stude culty And 1500 Fa

K i lT Green is a bold initiative of K i lT University to control environ mental pollution and to create a hea lthy a m bience in and a round 25 sq. km. a rea in which different ca mpuses of K i lT are located.A mega plantation d rive was undertaken in this expanse of land in the months of Jtme & J u ly d u rrng which more than one lakh saplings were planted. The U niversity has d rawn a m bitious plan to make K i lT campus tota l ly vehicle free. I n the fi rst phase, use of two wheelers, both by students a n d staffs, has been prohibited, after putting in place an effective a lterhatlve transport a rra ngement. Besides mass pla ntation and limiting vehicular poll ution, other eovironmenta l ly friendly initiatives under K i lT G reen a re ra i n water h a rvesting and water management, sewerage treatment, biogas, solar energy, etc.

School of C ivil E ngi neeri ng School of Civil Engineering aims to meet the future needs of the construction ind ustry and society by prod ucing professional civil engineers competent in ana lyzi ng, designing and ma naging sol utions for practical engineering problems. It imparts sound fu ndamentals at B.Tech. level, specialized subjects at M.Tech level and h igh q u a l ity research guidance at P h . D. level. Teaching lea rning process is seam lessly supported by excel lent academic su pport facilities (laboratory, libra ry, etc.). The School is actively engaged in project and consultancy activities a nd disseminates research and project achievements through various publications. It has esta bl ished col la borations in the a reas of regu lar academ ic, resea rch and consulta n cy activities with various organizations. The School has been able to build an effective I nstitute-Ind ustry interaction and lays focus on entrepreneurship development amongst the students. Resources plan ning, G I S application, performance ana lysis of flexible pavement, industrial waste util ization, a lternative building material, grou nd water poll ution, creep behaviou r, seismic ana lysis, design of earthquake retain i ng structu res and so on. The School has recently undertaken consu lta ncy projects on I ntegrated Water Resou rces Ma nagement, Cement Performance Test and Soil Testing sponsored by Asia n Development Bank (ADB), M a nila, U n isol l n c and ESSAR Construction respectively.

Laboratory Geology Lab Geotech Engineering Lab Environmental Engg. Lab Survey Lab Transportation Engg . Lab Concrete Lab

Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech) in Civil Engi neering

4 Years

M aster of Technology (M. Tech) in Civil Engineering (Construction Engineering & M anagement)

2 Years

M aster of Technology (M. Tech) in Civil Engineering (Structural Engineering)

2 Years

Hydraulics Lab

Dual Degree Programme

Structural Engg. Lab

Dual Degree (B.Tech & M.Tech)

5 Years

Dual Degree (B.Tech & M BA)

5 Years

Computer Centre Modeling & Simulation Lab Civil Engineering Material lab Cementing Material Lab


Academic Programme


School of Mechan ical E n gi neeri ng School of Mecha nica l Engineering prod uces graduates who can meet the rapidly cha nging needs of industry which demand new skil ls. It has an a m bience and special ized laboratories for Research and Development. Even undergraduate students get opportunity to i nvolve themselves in h igh-end research work to build ski lls beyond cu rricu l u m . In addition to classes, the School organises regu lar Visiting Lectures del ivered by Ind ustry Experts a nd a rranges ind ustrial visits for both facu lty and students. As a placement support, it offers certificate courses to students d u ring summer vacation in the a reas of Qua lity Engineering and Ma nagement (TQM, TPM, Six Sigma, Optimization Tech niq ues, FM CA/FM ECA, Mainta ina bility issues) and Mechatronic (Hyd ra u l i c I Pneumatic circuit design, Process Control Technology). The School is a lso actively engaged in organizing international and nationa l level conferences. Cu rrent consu lta ncy a nd research & development a reas of the School inclu

stresses in fusion welded structu re,

su rface finish optimization by high pressure impi ngement cooling a n cleaner man ufacturing technology and, qua lity engineering and man:;rcr"''rr><>D·1r..�r.:.-tl-l<¥i">·t development efforts of the School a re supported by bodies like AICTE

Academi c Programme Bachelor of Tech nology (B. Tech) i n Mechan ical Engineering

4 Years

Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech) in Mechan ical Engineering (Automobile)

4 Yea rs

Master of Tech nology (M. Tech) in Mechanical Eng ineering (Manufacturing Process & System)

2 Years

Master of Tech nology ( M . Tech) in Mechanical Eng ineering (Thermal Engineeri ng)

2 Years

Dual Degree Programme

Dual Deg ree (B.Tech & M.Tech)

5 Years

Dual Degree (B.Tech & M BA)

5 Years


al processing technology,

School of El ectrical E ngi n eeri ng The academic objective of the School of Electrical Engineering is to produce high caliber Electrical Engineers capable of ma king i m mediate contribution to ind ustry and take responsibi lity of the development, design, construction, application and operation of devices and systems. The School takes pride in the fact that its a l u mni a re placed in responsible positions with various central and state government bodies, PSUs in India, and in the private sector both within the country and outside. The School has a lso been instrumenta l in producing highly q u a l ified engineering teachers and researchers th rough its Masters and Doctoral progra mmes. The success of the B. Tech. progra m me can be gauged from the fact that a large number of the graduating students have been placed in core sector companies in addition to those in the IT and ITeS sector. Several oft he School's a l u mni a re now pursu ing post grad uate or doctoral studies in US universities. Broad areas of research include power system economic operation, optimal load flow, flexible AC transmission system, HVDC transmission, vector control of AC d rives, power q u a lity, selective ha rmonic e limination and non conventiona l energy sources. Recently, the school has bagged a consultancy project from Reliance Energy on consumer indexing at power distribution level in Jajpur Road (Odisha).

Academi c Programme Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech) in Electrical Engineering

4 years

Master of Technology (M. Tech) in Electrical Engineering (Power Electronics & Drives)

2 years

Master of Technology (M. Tech) in Electrical Engineering (Power Energy System)

2 years

Dual Degree Programme

Dual Degree (B.Tech & M.Tech) Dual Degree (B.Tech & MBA) Ph.D PDF

School of E lectro n ics E n gi n eeri n g School of Electronics Engineering aims to prod uce electronics engineering professionals with a thorough understanding of ana logue and digital electronics and microprocessor hardware and software. G raduates of the School a re versatile, adapta b le, possess technical knowledge, ana lytical capa bility and practical design skills relevant to the specification, design and test of electronic and communication systems. The classroom stud ies a re supported by fu l ly eq uipped and advanced laboratories where student work on solving rea l life problems through electronic devices. Courses a re in line with various National and Internationa l institutions and a re regularly updated to keep pace with ra pidly changing technology. The School, which has a q u a l ified and experienced tea m of facu lty members, conducts regular workshops/semina rs/invited ta l ks to enhance both students' and faculty mem bers' horizons of knowledge. The School is actively engaged in research and development activities in a reas ranging from thin film CIGS solar cells to development of nanoporous electrode. lts initiatives are supported by Govt. of India agencies like Depa rtment of Science and Technology, Depa rtment of Atomic Energy, AICTE, Ministry of New and Renewa ble Energy, Defense Research and Development Organisation, etc.

Academic Programme Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech) in Electron ics and Telecommunication Engineering

4 Years

Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech) in Electron ics & Electrical Engi neering

4 Years

Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech) in Electronics and Instrumentation Engi neering

4 Yea rs

Laboratory Microprocessor Lab Communication Lab Analog Lab

M aster of Technology (M. Tech) in Electronics & Telecommu n ications Engi neering (Commu nication Engineering) Master of Technology (M. Tech) in Electronics & Telecommu n ications Engi neering (VLSI & Embedded System)

Dual Degree (B.Tech & M.Tech)

5 Yea rs

Dual Degree (B.Tech & M BA)

5 Years


2 Years

Microwave Lab D.S.P. Lab

2 Years

VLS ILab Project Lab

Dual Degree Programme


Digital Lab

Basic Electronics Lab Optical Communication Lab


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ent< of Com potec Science and

Engineering, and I nformation Technology. With explosion of information and ever-i ncreasing demand for computational

sophistication in a networked world, the School aims to imbibe cutting-edge ski l l s th rough research and development,

ind ustrial consu lta ncy, a nd teaching in frontier areas of Com puter and I nformation Technology. The grad uates have skills for the creation and maintenance of computing systems in today's organizations. They a lso have ca pability to create effective IT systems as sol utions to busi ness problems. Besides impa rting high-quality, innovative and continuously updated UG a nd PG courses, it is also engaged in creating a com mu nity for promotion, deployment a nd usage of I nformation Technology based applications for the betterment of society. Research i nterests include software engineeri ng, object-oriented system testing, data base & secu rity, image processing, service-oriented a rchitectu re, grid computi ng, parallel computing, soft computing, a utomata theory, a rtificial i ntel ligence, progra m slicing & data flow ana lysis, real time system, mobile commu nication, i nternet tech nology, pattern recognition, wireless sensor networks, a lgorithm design, software testing a nd VOI P & WiMAX.

Academi c Programme Bachelor ofTechnology (B. Tech) in Computer Science Engineering



Bachelor ofTechnology (B. Tech} in Information Technology



Master of Technology (M. Tech) in Computer Science & Engineering



Master of Technology (M. Tech} in Computer Science & Information Security



Dual Degree Programme

Dual Degree (B.Tech & M .Tech)

5 Years

Dual Degree (B.Tech & M BA)

5 Years


School of C omputer Appl icati o n The School of Com puter Appl ication is devoted to the study and research i n applications of computer science at graduate and post-graduate levels. Since its i nception i n 1997, it has produced 12 batches of young, trained and talented individua ls, who have made their mark in the software industry. The combination of competent facu lty members, modern infrastructure and state-of-the-art tech nica l resou rces give a n edge to the school's grad uates. Students' p u rsuit for knowledge is supported by the ela borate resources such as the Wi-Fi network, I B M E-Server series, AS-400 Th i n-client servers and storage a rea networks. Dedicated labs with modules for M u ltimedia-Gra p h ics and Com m u nication skills training groom the young technocrats for their entry i nto the fast-paced corporate world of computers. Regular ind ustry exposure and i nteraction with various disci p l i nes under K i lT University a re im portant va lue additions. Broad a reas of research include d iscrete & continuous time q ueuing models, operations resea rch, DBMS, bioinformatics & e足 Governa nce, a lgorithm ana lysis & design, system a na lysis & design, complier design, com puter gra phics, a rtificial intelligence, ad-hoc networks, para l lel processing and data mining.

Academi c Programme M.C.A.

3 Years


3 Years

Computing Resources Hardware & Software resources

IBM Blade Server with 15 Blade IBM E-Server Series IBM X-Series Servers-36 Nos. Cisco Catalyst 6509 Core Switch D-link DFL 7210 Core Switch Four layer D-link Stack switch for distribution D-link DFL 2500 Series firewall-two numbers Fortigate 800 Series firewall -one number D-link DFL 2500 Series UTM Five ISP with NKN 1 070 Mbps of Internet bandwidth with VPN support VOIP Server with 1 00 l ines Microsoft Windows 2008 & 2003 Servers Microsoft CASA 3.5 RHEL Server UBUNTU Server Thin Client Server

IBM Storage Area Network (SAN) M icrosoft SQL Server-2003 NPTEL Server PROWESS Server SPSS Server LIBSYS Server Kaspersky Antivirus Server with Client License N M S Server Wi-fi Campus Optical Fiber Cabling of Gigabit across Campus Oracle Visual Stud io N ET (Professional Edition) JAVA, Turbo C C++ CAD/CAM PLM Solutions- Dassa u lt Systemes GIMP Image Editor SAP IBM Center of Excellence Embedded Software , MATLAB, etc

The School is running 13 number of research projects sponsored by various national and international funding agencies such as UBS Optimus, DBT, DST, CSIR, ICMR,

School of Biotechnology

MoEF and ICAR. Various sophisticated and advanced research facilities are being established for carrying out research








development, cancer biology and therapy, environmental biotechnology Genome instability, Diabetic, Retinopathy

Established in 2007, KilT School of Biotechnology has

and probiotics. School has organized two international

come up as a strong academic and research based


organization in the country. The School has established

Bioinformatics' and 'Cell Signaling and Diseases'- which

strong National and International collaborations (ETH Zurich,

Switzerland; Texas A & M University


University of Florida, US; Centre for AIDS Research, Nashville,






2010 -

'R ecent

attracted various renowned national and international lain Mattaj. School of Biotechnology is recognised by FI ST

University of Lund, Sweden, University of Leuven, Belgium, University of Marburg, Germany, Cleveland

Technology (DST), Govt. of India.



Laboratory Microbiology Lab

Academic Programme M.Sc. Biotechnology

2 Years

Analytical Lab

M.Sc. Applied Microbiology

2 Years

Molecular Biology Lab

Biotechnology-Dual Degree (B.Tech/M.Tech) 5 years


luminaries, including the Director General of EMBL, Prof.


Clinic, US, University of My ongji, South Korea).


Plant Tissue Culture

Research Programme

Tissure Culture Lab


Zebrafish Lab


Protein Lab Bioprocess Engineering Lab Bioinformatics Lab Central Instrumentation Lab


Scien c e


64pproved by Medical Council of India (MCI))



Super Specialised

Facilities Oncosurgery Facilities:

All kinds of cancer su rgeries

Diagnostic Gastrointestinal Endoscopies,

by trained cancer surgeons and highly experienced

Endoscopic retrograde,

onco su rgeons from All MS.

cholangiopancreatogra phy, stone remova l, Stenting, Endoscopic Sclerotherapy and


F u l l fledged gastroenterology set up

Polypectomy, Oesophagea l manometry

incl ud ing Colonoscopy, ERCP, Endoscope Procedu res and La paroscopic System {Endocameras with monitors).


procedures for u rological problems

Treatment by renowned gastroenterologists from KEM Hospita l, Mu mbai. Paediatric Surgery:


Experienced paediatric surgeons

trained in PGI, Chandigarh. Intensive Care Units

with vital organ function support

and bedside/ central monitoring systems. Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

is a wel l acclaimed centre

for imparting advanced neonatal care. It has 10 beds, with ventilators, monitors and resuscitation facilities.

Ca pabil ity to perform advanced

orthopedic s u rgeries such as total knee replacement and tota l hip replacement. Cosmetic and Reconstructive,

Micro vascular and early burn surgery Intraocular Lens ( IOL ) Implantation

fluorescence Angiogra phy, retina l surgeries. It is one of the few centres in odisha where facility of retina l s u rgery is ava i l a ble.

Computerized Dialysis Centre

equi pped to

provide services to patients with kidney failure. The centre functions under the leadership of an experienced nephrologist from A l l MS.



Kalinga Institute of

Dental Sciences (Approved by Dental Council of India (DC/)) Kalinga Institute of Dental Sciences (KIDS) is a constituent of KilT University and approved by Dental Council of India (DCI). It prepares dental surgeons to work closely with patients. The graduates will have a high standard of professional responsibility, delivering oral health care to the





11 departments,

conforming to the DCI guidelines, and 120 ultra modern electronically operated dental chairs. It has excellent endotentic and oral surgery OT with RVG, OPG and standby individual X-ray units. The course is delivered by nationally respected clinicians and researchers.

Laboratory KIDS has well-equipped pre-clinical conservative and pre­ prosthodentic laboratories with all modern facilities.

Treatments Available at KIDS Academic Programme B.D.S.


4 Years


Removable partial denture (R .P.D)

Fixed partial denture (F.P.D)


Orthopantomograph (OPG)

Root canal treatment

Jaw fracture reduction(both open and close method)

Existion of tumors cyst granulomas

Sealing & Root planning

All types of restoration

Composite veneering

All types of treatment of pediatric patient

Fixed and removable orthodontics

Orthograthic surgery

School of Nursing

(Approved by Indian Nursing Council)

The Basic B .Sc N u rsing ( Bachelor Degree in N u rsi ng) Progra mme is an hol istic model of education conceived and enriched with new perspectives. The Diploma Course in General N u rsing and Midwifery is geared to the health needs of the individual, family, com m u n ity a nd the country at large. The aim of the progra m mes is to prepare grad uate nurses so that they assume responsinil ites as profesional competent nurses and midwifery in providing promotive, preventive cu rative and reha bil itative services. They a lso prepare n u rses to assume the role of teachers, supervisors, manager in clinical/pu blic health setting. KINS has a qua lified, experienced and intel lectual team of faculty members to en rich the academic a m bience.

Academic Programme B.Sc. Nursing

4 Years

M.Sc. Nursing

2 Years

Diploma in General Nursing & Midwifery

3 % Years

Laboratory •

Fundamental Nursing Lab

Community Health Nursing Lab

Nutrition Lab

Bio-Sciences labMaternal & Child Health Lab

Computer Lab

A.V. Aids Lab


School of

Management KilT School of Ma nagement ( KSOM) is a u nique institute that moulds young dynamic minds to assi milate corporate and ma nagement expertise and i m bibe the ski lls, while s i m u ltaneously e n a bling sensitization to t h e ever cha nging global scen a rio. KSOM provides a n environ ment

Academic Programme


Bachelor of Busi ness Ad ministration (B BA)

3 Years

Master of Busi ness Ad ministration (M BA)

2 Years

Executive MBA

which awakens the young minds a nd fosters in its students a rational a n d responsible attitude. This h e l ps i n

The School al so offers Certificate

d eve l o ping m u ltifaceted ca pa bilities t o d e a l with

Programme in General Management,

cha llenges of the industry. The cu rric u l u m imparts holistic

Management Development Programme

ed ucation in leadership while catering to one's academic needs. Students a re eq uipped with the ana lytical and leadership skills needed to maximize the im pact they make when they start working.



And In-Company Programmes.

Research Programme PhD PDF

3 Years

The K i lT School of Rura l Ma nagement ( KS R M ), B h u baneswar came into existence with the laying of the fou ndation stone by the Father of the Wh ite Revol ution, Dr. Verghese Kurien on 20th Novem ber 2006. KS RM's vision is to strive to become a leading global academic institution in the field of Rura l Ma nagement and show the path of eradicating rural backwardness. KSRM strives to achieve its vision and mission t h rough teachi ng, trai ning and research in the field of rural ma nagement and educating a new breed of professiona l rural managers having a ppropriate va l ues and ethos to help orga nisations and i nstitutions working in rural a reas to professional ize their management. D u ring the last three years of existence, KSRM faculty have com pleted 10 big a nd sma l l consulting assignments for Govt. of India, State Governments and I nternational orga nizations l i ke FAO and U N DP and a nother 5 projects a re in progress. I n addition, KSR M faculty a lso conducted 1 0 Management Deve lopment Programme ( MOPs) for government, private and development sectors. They have presented more than 20 papers in national and i nternational foru m .

2 Years 2 Years


Film Media Sciences

School of and

Film and television media have expanded exponentia l ly after the introd uction of a n u m ber of TV channels in Hindi, English and regional languages. I n order to cater to the needs of the film ind ustry and television chan nels, K i lT U niversity has set up the School of Film and Media Sciences. With the state-of-the-art infrastructu re, leading ind ustry professionals as the faculties, expert advisory panel as mentors, project based curriculum and ind ustry internship, the School helps students acq u i re m u ltiple skil ls to meet the mu lti tasking req u i rements of fi l m ind ustry and media orga nizations. The students of the School receive hands on skil ls on Screen Writi ng, Di recting, Camera, Lighting, Audio record i ng, Audio designing, Editing, Post prod uction, Animation, Production designi ng, etc. Theory and practical workshops a re conducted throughout the course under the guida nce of wel l tra i ned facu lties and reputed award win n i ng industry professionals

Academic Programme Bachelor in Film & Television Production (BFTP)

Specializations ·Cinematography ·Editing ·Direction ·Animation ·Screen Writing ·Audio Recording and Designing ·Production Management

Gym/Yoga Centre Auditorium

School of

Fashion Technology KilT has established School of Fashion Technology from the academic year 2009. The School caters to the national and international students aspiring to be Fashion Design Grad uates. KilT School of Fashion Technology fulfils the long-felt need of such school u nder a reputed u niversity in this part of the cou ntry. The School will also dedicate and focus itselffor creating professionals of par caliber who would like to make a mark in the boom ing Retai l Sectors. The cou rse offered by School of Fashion Technology w i l l enable the students to learn design through extensive theory classes, intensive practical, field visits, market su rvey, Craft Documentation , Industry Internships & Portfolio Development. The School is determ i ned to create a centre of excellence with qualitative ed ucational, creative exposu res, conceptual ization skills and techn ical expertise, well- researched teaching methodology, industry Linkages and intel lectua l ly sti mu lating cosmopolitan environ ment.

Academic Programme Bachelor of Design (Fashion I Textile)

4 Years

Laboratory Pattern Making Lab Garment Construction Lab Cad Lab Tie, Dye & Batik Lab


School of Fine Art K i lT School of Fine Art is a new initiative of K i lT U niversity. The School d raws its inspiration from Odissan culture which has dissipated the message of social ha rmony and peace from time immemoria l through its rich and vi brant monuments. K i lT School of Fine Art wil l strive to provide freedom for a rt creativity to students d rawn from different parts of the world . U nder the leadership of Prof. Adwait Gada nayak, a n inte rnatio n a l ly acclaimed scul ptor, a s its Director, K i lT School of Fine Art wil l have curriculum and facil ities comparable to the best a rt schools of the world.

Academic Programme Master of Fine Art (Sculpture)

KIIT-TBI A Technology Busi ness

Incu bator is housed in KSBT, which is supported by DST, MSME, DIT, Govt of I nd i a . Currently nine start u p

incu batees are working i n t h e T B I centre. T h e centre i s going t o p lay a major role in technology com mercialization and setting up of enterprises. BDTC

Biogas Development Training Centre ( B DTC) is a lso established in School of Biotechnology, sponsored by Mi nistry of New and renewa ble energy (MN RE). The centre is involved i n tech nology development for biogas production and conducting tra i ning programs. Cen trefor Chil dren 'sStudies

Centre for Childre n 's Stud ies is a joint initiative of K i lT U n iversity and U N ICEF. It aims to strengthen the existing systems to promote strategic knowledge ma nagement and building a knowledge base on children's and women's issues concerning the state of Odisha with focus on social incl usion . Through this Centre, KilT and U N ICEF wil l work together to develop platform and system to promote generation, ana lysis and sharing of strategic knowledge that inform policy and progra mme.

Cen tre for In n ovation an d Research an d Research & Devel opmen t (CIR an d R&D) Cel l

C I R and R&D Cell has been esta blished to achieve the strategic goa ls of KilT University and to promote identity of the U n iversity as a modern, dynam ic, research-intensive and learning institution as well as to e n ha n ce the U n iversity's activity a n d profi le in graduate studies and research . The Cel l has been i nstrumental to orga n ize international and national confere nces w h ere agg l o m eratio n of l a ureates wor l d wide h ave d e live red vita l a n d esse ntia l information. The Cel l has earned fu nd sanction from Government and industries towards research.


UMAP Nation al Secretariat

IBM KSOM Cen tre of Excel l en ce

U n iversity Mobil ity in Asia and the Pacific

KSOM has partnered with I BM to ava i l tra i ning activities and provide

(UMAP), ded icated for the ca use of U n iversity level ed ucation in Asia a nd the Pacific, is a n

software and support for it's students and facu lties through I BM-KSOM Centre of Excel lence. The centre cond ucts faculty and student development programs, free of cost. Participa nts who complete the

association o f govern ment and non-government

program successfu lly are deemed 'Subject Matter Experts' i n the

orga n izations which a d m i n ister student mobi lity

respective a rea.

in order to enhance i nternational understa nding a m ong u n iversity stude nts in 34 m e m ber countries with more than 364 participating

Cen tre for Excel l en ce for SAP(COE -SAP)

COE-SAP, which functions in K i lT School of Management i n a l l ia nce with SAP UA, provides SAP ed ucation to MBA students so as to make them

U n iversities in the region of Asia and the Pacific.

perfect IT enabled business graduates to work not only in SAP cl ient

KilT U n iversity has the unique distinction of

orga nizations, but a lso all other prom ising business environments

housing UMAP Nationa l Secreta riat of I n d ia.

meaningfu lly. KilT Cen tre for En viron men t an d Gl obal Sustain abil ity

Open Source Drug Discovery Cen tre


Open Source Drug Discovery (OSDD) is a venture

Esta blished as a boundary orga nization, KI IT-CEGS's overa l l goa l is to

of Council of Scientific a nd Ind ustria l Research

support and strengthen an enabling environ ment of knowledge co足

(CSIR) team I ndia consortium with a vision to provide afforda ble health care with discovering novel therapies for neglected tropical d iseases

production for evidence-based policy processes and governa nce at various levels in society.

KI IT-CEGS has been associated with these

processes through systematic research, timely com m u nication, and effective societal engagements on various issues of h u m a n developme nt.

such as tubercu losis and malaria. The School of Biotech nology (SBT), K i lT U n iversity has been

ISTE Studen ts' an d Facul ty Chapters

selected as one of the centre to engage in

ISTE Students' and Facu lty Cha pters fu nctions in KilT U n iversity to look

research activities on drug d iscove ries for

after ca reer development of facu lties and personal ity deve lopment of

Tu berculosis.




PROGRAMME K i lT U n iversity va l ues the diversity that i nternational students bring to campus i n terms of culture, background and perspectives. The U n iversity is recognized for its nationally and internationally renowned faculty, talented students, contemporary, spacious cam pus, state-of-the足 art facilities and research l a bs, and strong partnersh ips with institutions, busi ness and ind ustry from across the world. Our student body currently exceeds 17,000


students, with representation from over 20 countries.


These cou ntries include Nepal, Bangladesh, Si ngapore, Malaysia, UAE, Thailand, South Korea, Chi na, Africa, Austra lia, Canada, the UK and the USA.

INTERNATIONAL QUOTA I nternational students are welcome to apply into a l l the progra m mes of K i lT U n iversity. I n each d isci pline of K i lT, 15% of the tota l i ntake is reserved for N R I students. Fifteen percent of seats over and a bove the total intake a re reserved for Foreign Nationals/PIGs.

M a ny students from various Schools of Ki lT U n iversity are regularly selected in reputed foreign u niversities for higher ed ucation and internship. A majority of the students going for h igher stud ies ma nage scholars h i p or fel lowship from the host i nstitutions, while internships are a rranged under col l a boration of KilT with the host institutions. Some of the foreign u niversities where K i lT students a re p u rsuing their higher ed ucation or have u n dergo ne t h e ir i nternsh i p a re Asian I nstitute of Te c h n o l ogy ( A I T ) , B a n g ko k , EAWAG

D u b e n d o rf,

Switzerland, I nstitute of Microbiology, ETH, Switzerland,

Ki lT has a proactive I nternational Progra mme Cell, which

Czech U n iversity of Life Sciences, Prague, Lund U n iversity,

provides guida nce to i nternational students right from

Sweden, Hanseo University, South Korea.

their arrival in the institute in the matters of their cu ltural, lega l and academic needs and other issues of releva nce. Keeping in view the com m u n ication needs of the prospective students from South Korea, China, Thailand and Japan, K i lT has esta blished a la nguage lab to i m p rove the com m u n ication ski l l s of students in English. All the i nternational quota seats will be fi l led u p t h rough KI ITEE 2012.

Classroom There is adeq uate n u m ber of classrooms in each campus for the 17000 students enrolled in Ki lT U n iversity. Classrooms are a ir conditioned and designed as per i nternational sta ndards to ensure effective teacher-student i nteraction. They a re a lso equi pped with LCD projectors and a host of other contemporary teaching aids.

Library Library facil ity is provided from the independent l i brary located in each School of K i lT U n iversity and a Centra l Libra ry located in a self-conta ined independent campus. Central Libra ry, l ocated i n a five-storied building spread over a n area of 45,000 sq ft., co m p l e m e nts t h e a c a d e m i c o bj e ctives of t h e institution t h rough support for learni ng, teachi ng, scholarship and research, achieved by efficient and effective del ivery of services. It has more than 2,00,000 latest reference titles on technical, ma nagement and related subjects as well as professional journals (both national and i nternati o n a l . The reference section is updated with repri nts of reports, monogra phs and compi lation of classic a rticles on each of the courses taught here. All the l i braries of K i lT are fu lly a utomated t h rough LI BSYS, the leading Li brary Automation Service provider. The Centra l Library provides round足 the-clock Reading Room faci lity. As well as offering a fu l l lending and enquiry service, a l l t h e l i b raries provide access t o a wide range of i nformation sources in a va riety of media. The d igita l l i brary provides access to CD based study materia ls, l ive video lectures by eminent professors from world class i nstitutions a nd com puter based tutorials. The web journal facility provides access to table of contents, a bstracts and fu l l text versions of major national and i nternational journa ls. The Library-cum足 Reading room complex also houses a Data Centre and two wireless labs.


Placement every year

Campus Placement Campus placement in KilT U n iversity is excel lent as the students are wel l prepared to fit into demands of the job ma rket. The U n iversity has been recording cent percent placement si nce 2001, when the first batch of B.Tech graduates passed out. It has been attracting top corporate houses of I ndia- both IT and core companies a l i ke- such as Accentu re, Cogniza nt, DLF, Essar, Gammon I ndia, L&T, Reliance Group, Sha poorji Pal lonj i, lata G roup, Wi pro, etc since the beginning. In the meantime, K i lT has also emerged as a favou rite talent h u nting ground of reputed m u ltinational companies l i ke Capge m i n i, Deloitte, I BM, H P, I ntel, M icrosoft, SAP, etc.


KilT Makes Record

Cent percent placement in a l l courses is achieved easily because of continued i nterest of compan ies visiti ng K i lT and good performa nce of the students selected by them. Dream run of K i lT in campus placement continued in 201 1 with t h ree top recruiters足 TCS, Accenture and Wipro- giving job offers to as many as 1,128 students of B.Tech, M.Tech and MCA strea ms of 2012 passing out batch. Like last yea r, TCS picked u p a whopping 708 students, which is the h ighest placement conversion in I ndia with respect to the tota l students that participated i n the placement drive. Accenture a nd Wipro picked up 25 1 a nd 169 students respectively. K i lT is the only campus of Odisha where Accenture visited for campus recruitment. Besides these three compa nies, m u ltinational companies, which usua l ly visit only I ITs & a few N ITs l i ke Seimens, Deloitte US, Kennametal, SAP and Atkins picked u p more than 100 KI ITia ns. CSC, Capgem i n i, Sha poorji Pal lonj i, TATA Steel also visited the campus and have recruited students of B .Tech bra nch. Many more such Fortune 500 companies have given consent to come for the campus placement in the days to come. Current year placement performa nce in School of Biotechnology, School of Management a nd School of Rura l Ma nagement is equa l ly good. It is just the start of placement season at K i lT a nd almost a l l the students of 2012 passing out batch a re placed. At the end of the placement season, each student is l i kely to have three to four job offers.

HOSTEL KilT hostel is a home away from home. There are separate hostels for boys and girls with round-the-clock wireless internet and intranet connectivity.

All hostels have attached canteens.

International students are housed in a dedicated international hostel.

Hygienic Kitchen & Dining Hall

Round the clock Internet and Intranet Facility

24-hour Reading Room Facility

Facility for all types of indoor and outdoor games

Flooring with marble tiles

Good quality Indian & Continental Food

CO - C U RRIC U LAR ACTIVITI ES Co-c u rricu l a r a ctivities of K i lT U n iversity b r i ng o u t t h e h i d d e n t a l e nts of t h e stu d e nts to t h e fore. These a ctivities p rovide a platform to t h e stude nts to exh i bit t h e i r potential a nd excel i n t h e i r extra-cu rricu l a r passions. Va rious a ctivities a re perfo r m e d u n d e r fol l owing i n d e pe n dent societies.

L iterary Society(Kronicl e) :

The society orga n izes debates and group discussions on every Friday at 5 . 30 p.m. Pratijja is the Annual O ratory event of the l itera ry society being held on 1st of April ( Utka l Divas) every year.

provide a platform to students to showcase their talents through da nce, drama, music and other performing a rt. The a n n u a l cultura l meet, spring and winter festiva ls, inter-college exchange programmes a re orga n ized by Students Activity Centre. Spic Macay:

Spic Macay is a vol u ntary orga nization, which lays emphasis on the need to m a ke the students aware of the m u ltifaceted rich cultu ra l heritage of I n d ia. The Spic Macay cha pter of KilT U n iversity orga nizes progra m mes and concerts on fol k & classical da nce and music.

Q uiz Society (Q utopia) :

Magaz ine:

This Society orga nizes competitions on every Saturday afternoon at 5.30 p.m. Annual Qu iz event of the society "Qutopia" is held every yea r on the 2nd of October

The u niversity magazine of the degree engineering Kaa rigar and of MCA wing Zi ngyasha a re publ ished every year u n der the su pervision of an ed itorial boa rd consisting of teachers and students.

Music Society :

The M usic Society orga nizes its activities on every Th u rsday at 5.30 p. m. It a lso performs on the occasions l i ke Repu blic Day, I ndependence Day, Convocation Day, U n iversity Day and other i m portant fu nctions. A udioV isual Society:

The society runs educational fi l m shows for the KilT fraternity on 1st Saturday of every month.

Every yea r the Tech n ica l Festival is orga n ized in the month of Februa ry. Each department put u p their models & exhibits, which a re prepared by the students under the g u i d a n c e o f t h e fa c u l ty m e m b e rs a n d s t a ff. Workshops/sem i n a rs are also orga n ized d u ring the Tech足 Fest.

Photography Society:


Photogra phs of both tec h n ical and non-tech n ical themes a re col lected from students. After scrutiny the selected p h o t o g ra p h s a re e x h i b i t e d i n t h e I n d o o r Sta d i u m/students activity center once in a month .

Senior Division NCC (Army) is exists in the U niversity. Students of a ny wing can take part after going through the selection process.

Robotic Society:

Two u n its of NSS, one for boys and one for girls with 500 students in each, a re fu nctioning in the U niversity. The main aims and objectives of NSS u n its a re to i nvolve the youth i n constructive and developmental progra m mes in rural society. This fosters national integration through com m u n ity l iving and co-operative actio n .An n u a l ly a Chancellor's trophy is awarded to the best performing students in the respective field.

The Robotics Society orga n izes meetings and workshops to expose the students a bout robotic concept and how to build and program them. The meeting is held on every Sunday/Tuesday from 5.30pm. to 7.30pm. Cul tural Society:


Technical Festival :

Va rious cultura l program mes are regularly organized to


Ph.D I PDF Programme There is an ever-growing need for sound technical education, research and consulting activities all around the globe. Hence, demand for scholars will continue to soar in the country for many decades to come. The overall objective of the Doctoral program is to identify and provide solutions to problem of relevance to the society, industry, academia and even to the Government. Special emphasis will be on adoption of appropriate technology coupled with indigenous innovations. The long-term goal of KilT is to play a vital role in bringing to life the aspirations of the society through creation of leaders for the future. The doctoral program will seek to instill values,


professional ethics and above all the knowledge that would enhance the individual's efficiency to work for a better future.


marks or an equivalent Cumulative Grade Point Average


(CGPA). Consistent excellent academic record is essential Civil

Engineering, Computer Science & Engineering, Electrical engineering,

B.Tech./ BE or an equivalent degree with a minimum of 60%



and a valid GATE score is desirable for students having B.Tech. I BE degree.


Technology, Mechanical Engineering.

The selection will be made on the basis of performance in the written examination and interview as per the UGC






Physics, Biotechnology.

The Institute admits Ph.D. students under the Ph.D. (HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCIENCES): Economics, Sociology



and Linguistics),

Regular Scholars: Those who shall receive regular

Ph.D. (MANAGEMENT): Banking and Insurance Management,

Business Economics,


Management, Financial Management, Human Resource Management, Marketing Management, Organizational Behav iour,

following categories:

S t r a t e g ic


Tec h n o l o g y

Management, Rural Management.

ELIGIBILITY M.Tech. I ME /MCA /MBA I or an equivalent degree with minimum 60% marks or an equivalent Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) Or M.Sc. / MA / M.Com./ LLM/ or an equivalent degree with minimum 55% marks or an equivalent Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA)

assistantships from the University or other recognized I approved sources viz. AICTE, UGC etc.

Self-Supporting Scholars: Those who shall not receive any assistantship.

Sponsored scholars: Those who are sponsored by government departments I reputed industries/ external research/ academic organizations. Such candidates must have been in service in his/ her respective organization for a period of at

least three

years and must provide a

sponsorship certificate from the employer in the prescribed form at the time of applying.


F in an cial Support

Teaching assistantships a re available in a l l departme nts to meritorious cand idates depending on the req uirement of the department. A student receiving fel lowship or assista ntship is req u i red to assist facu lty members of the department i n teaching activity. He/She may be req uired to take theory, tutoria l or laboratory classes and may assist the students i n their project work. Students not receiving a fellowsh i p or assista ntship may ava i l work opportunities on campus in R&D projects and the I nstitute's academic program.

Rat e of A ssist ant ship:

Rs. 7,000/- per m o nt h for 1st & 2 n d Yea rs

Admission Procedure


Adm ission to a l l the categories of students will b e o n the basis


In the case of 'external registration' candidates, the following

Rs. 8,000/- per m o nt h for 3 rd & 4th Yea rs Rat e of C on t in gen c y :

For H u m a n ities Rs. 10,000/- p e r a n n u m for 1st & 2 n d Yea rs

of performance i n the written exa mi nation and interview. additional conditions should be satisfied:-


the research progra mme ava i l a ble in the orga nization where

Rs. 1 5,000/- p e r a n n u m for 3 rd & 4th Yea rs F or ot her Discipl in e s

he/she is employed, d u ly certified by the sponsoring a uthority. B.

available by the orga n ization.

Rs. 20,000/- p e r a n n u m for 3 rd & 4th Years c.

these schemes and get admission i n Ki lT. In such cases, the assista ntship will be as per the norms of the funding agency.

The cand idates will have to submit a certificate from the sponsoring a uthority that the req uired facilities will be made

Rs. 1 5,000/- p e r a n n u m f o r 1st & 2 n d Years

Other scholarships l i ke UGC, CSI R, I C M R etc, may also be ava i l a ble to students who had q u a l ified in

The cand idate must submit deta i l s of the facil ities relevant to

The bio-data of the external su pervisor, if a ny, should be subm itted for a pproval by the Doctoral Research Committee ( DRC and/or the Research Scrutiny Comm ittee ( RSC)

C ourse Req uirement s

All P h . D. students a re req uired to register and successfu lly com plete a Durat ion

m i n i m u m course credits as per the P h . D rules of the I nstitute, deta i l s of

Financial support is in itia lly for a period of one year.

which will be made available to the students at the time of admission.

All fi nancial support ca n be renewed on satisfactory

Curriculum and syl labus will be decided by the Research Scrutiny

perfo r m a n ce. Maxi m u m d u ration of fi n a n c i a l

Comm ittee ( RSC). The RSC may consider fu l l or partial remission of

support is ord i n a rily for 4 yea rs.

cou rse work and residential req u i rement as considered appropriate in deservi ng cases. II I I


A candidate is req u i red to register with a specific faculty guide in a selected a rea of special ization at the time of enro l l i ng for the progra mme with d u ly fi lled in application form along with documents and by payi ng the req uisite fees. On successfu l completion of prescribed cou rses the candidate gets registered with effect from the date of e n rollment or a semester l ater depending on the candidate's qua l ification ( M .Tech or B.Tech) as the case may b e . A s i m i l a r r u l e w i l l a p p l y to M . P h i l o r M .Sc/M .A/M .Com/M BA/CA ca ndidates. Su bseq uently, registrations a re renewed at the begi n n i ng of every semester, subject to satisfactory progress in work. The prescribed fees must be paid each time as per the notifications. Residen tial Req uiremen t

The minimum residentia l req u i rement is one yea r for regu lar & self-supporting category scholars. A candidate may be a l lowed, on the recom mendation of Research Scrutiny Comm ittee, to with d raw from the institute after completion of the cou rse work (if a ny) and a m i n i m u m of one/two semester residential req uirement, as the case may be, and to work externa l ly at the place of employment. Nonetheless, he/she will have to continue the semester registrations at the institute till he/she submits the thesis. A n n ual Progress Semin ar

Gen eral In formation

All candidates must present the a n n u a l progress sem i n a r e a c h yea r. On successful completion o f progress seminar, as certified by RSC, the registration will be renewed for the next yea r. The registration of non-performing cand idates may be termi nated after due warni ng.


Mere submission of the application does not qualify a cand idate to be ca l led for interview/test.


Ca l l letters for interview/test a re sent only to those cand idates recommended by th departments. Ca l l letters will b e posted b y registered post within 30 days from the last date of submission of appl ication forms. Candidates may m a ke personal enqu iries if they do not receive ca l l letters with in a reasonable time.


I nterview/tests will norm a l ly be held with i n two months from the last date of subm ission of appl ications.


Employed persons should send their a pplications through proper channel.


Separate appl ications to each department should be submitted if a cand idate wishes to apply for more than one department.


All other terms and conditions will remain same as applicable for t he K I ITEE 2012.

Semester Registration

All schol a rs either in the i nstitute or extern a l ly in a ny ind ustry I i nstitute after taking withdrawal or otherwise must visit the K i lT complete registration formalities every semester in the month of J u ly and J a n u a ry each yea r, & pay the prescribed fees


Fee Structure for Ph. D. Students will be req uired to pay the fol lowing fees appl icable to P h . D. Progra m .



Amount (Rs.)


O n e time payment.



Semester Fees



Thesis Examination Fee {To be paid during thesis submission)


Thesis submission & examination fees


Viva-Voce Fees

30,000/5,000/Total C


Please refer to Hostel section of this prospectus for hostel charges and other details

Post Doctoral Programme K i lT will a lso consider eligible cand idates as Research Associates(RA) willing to ca rry out advanced research i n t h e fields o f Engineering & Technology, Management, Science and H u m a n ities & Social Sciences. T h e candidate must hold a P h . D. degree in relevant a rea and aged below 35 years. The candidate has to apply in the prescribed form with three copies of the research proposa l a long with 3 recent publ ished works in journals. Each research associate will receive a monthly fel lowship of at least Rs 20,000/- and a yea rly contingency of Rs. 15,000/- The RA may be ind ucted as fu l l fledged facu lty to teach B .Tech & M .Tech students with a m i n i m u m of 15 hours workload per week.

Scholarship Va rious types of Scholarsh i p have been instituted by the U n iversity for encouraging the meritorious students. The q u a ntum of scholarsh i p a nd period of scholarsh i p is subject to cha nge from time to time.


Posco I ndia provides scholarship a mounting to USD 500 to five me ritorious students of K i lT U n iversity every yea r. KIITEE MERITSCH OL A RSH IP





The scholarship is instituted in the memory of Late Pradyu mna Kishore Bal, Founder President of KilT. Every yea r two poor and meritorious students a re provided completely free ed ucation under this scholarsh i p scheme. The Scholarship covers col legefees, hostel fees including mess, books and any other a ncil lary expenses . The decision of the selection committee rega rd ing selection of ca ndidate will be fi nal.

K i lT provides free ed ucation to the topper of KI ITEE-2012, (Only for B.Tech.- 4 years a nd MCA) if adm itted at K i lT U n iversity. I n addition to this, K i lT provides scholarship to top 200 ra n k holders o f KI ITEE 2012 (B.Tech.) d u ring h is/her study period at K i lT subject to fulfi l ment of criteria. For Rank 1 to 50

Rs. 36,000 per a n n u m

For Rank 51 to 200

Rs. 24,000 p e r a n n u m

Toppers ( Best Ten) Of Centra l & State Boards

Rs. 36,000 p e r a n n u m


KilT has i nstituted Poverty-cum-Merit Scholarship for the poor and needy students .The amount and period of scholarsh i p is decided based on the need of the selected cand idates. The decision of the selection committee for selection of such candidates will be fi nal. KilT-MERIT SCH OL A RSH IP

KilT Merit Scholars h i p is provided to the U n iversity-Toppers ( 1st,2nd & 3rd ) of each semester for six months.

Rs. 36,000 per annum (All Other courses) For KIITEE Topper


Rs. 24,000 per annum

KilT has lau nched a Livi ng-Lea rning Progra mme for the M.Tech. students. This i n novative programme has been i nitiated to benefit the post graduate students, who wish to supplement their income while being a student and gain ex p e r i e n c e in te a c h i n g/re s e a rc h . The s p o n s o re d cand idates will n o t b e eligible for t h i s program me. The Programme is vol u ntary. The student, i nterested to take advantage of this progra m me, s h a l l be req uired to give h is/her option on the day of reporting. Selection s h a l l be made on the basis of i nterview. The decision of selection board will be fi n a l . A selected cand idate s h a l l be given depa rtmental work of 12 hours per week. The continuation under this progra m m e can be terminated at any time, if the opinion of the H O D/a uthority on the performance of a cand idate is u nsatisfactory. Nu mber of such award is flexi ble and vested with the ma nagement of K i lT U niversity.


Fa c i l ities It is un iversal truth that physica l i nfrastructure and faci lities a re enabling factors for q u a l ity education. K i l T is wel l-known for its world-class i nfrastructure, even though it is a new institution. Not only each academic progra mme has a self-conta ined i ndependent campus, but a lso K i lT has put i n place u ltra-modern facil ities, l i ke wi-fi m u ltimedia classrooms, virtual classrooms, video conferenci ng, state-of-the-a rt laboratories, close circuit cameras, swimming pools, gym & health club, many seminar hal ls, a u d itori ums and open air theatres, etc, for stude nts' growth. Central Libra ry, open 24 x 7, is located in a five stories building and has 2,00,000 titles. K i lT Convention Centre, with a seating capacity of 1,500, is one ofthe fi nest i n Eastern I ndia. Convention Centre Complex houses eight conference h a l ls, exhibition ground, banq uet h a l l and a Guest H ouse. The U n iversity has its own I ndoor Sta d i u m, which provides facility for a wide range of games and sports, and a huge Outdoor Sta d i u m . H ea lth care is provided through su per-specialty hospital attached to KIMS, a constituent of KilT U n iversity. ICT F acil ities:

K i lT is the fi rst institute i n the country to offer a n i ntel l igent wireless converged network, VPN connectivity, educational ERP, a campus with wi-fi hotspots instal led over optica l fi bre and wireless bridge and wi-fi la ptops to each student and faculty. F acil ities for Meetin gs & Con feren ces:

K i lT provides excel lent am bience for corporate meeti ngs, with a convention center and, a u d itori ums and conference halls of internatio n a l sta ndands. Having a seating capacity of 1,500, the K i lT Convention Centre is the largest i n the state of Odisha a nd one of the best i n Eastern I n d ia. F u l ly a i r-conditioned and featuring modern aud io-visua l equi pme nt, it recently hosted the Hon'ble Prime M i n ister of I n d ia, Shri Manmohan Singh. The Convention Centre complex a lso houses eight conference h a l ls, well equi pped with l ight a nd sound systems, and a banq uet h a l l . In addition, there a re six conference halls located in different cam puses of the u n iversity. K i lT Auditorium, with a seating capacity of 500, is the venue of va rious institutional and student functions. Facil ity for l a rge open air meetings a re offered from Kathjodi Ca mpus and Ka l i nga Institute of Social Sciences (KISS). Open Air Meeting G round of Kathjodi Ca mpus has a seating capacity for 5,000 and has the pride of hosting Dr. A. P. J. Abd u l Ka lam, the then President of I ndia. Simila rly, Open Air Meeting Ground of Ka l i nga Institute of Socia l Sciences ( KISS) ca n accommodate a 5000strong aud ience. This meeting venue has been graced by Shri Kantilal B h u ria, Hon'ble Union M i n ister of Tribal Affa i rs, Shri Arjun Singh, then U n i o n Min ister of H R D a n d S h r i N aveen Pat n a i k, Hon'ble Chief M i n ister of Odisha,

Sports Fac i lities: With one o f t h e biggest i n-ca mpus i ndoor stadiums with 6000 sq. ft of wooden flooring, K i lT U n iversity provides fa c i l ity fo r seve ra l i n door ga mes. Besides an a i r足 conditioned bil liard room, the Biju Patnaik I ndoor Stadium provides facil ities for twelve station m u ltygym, b i l l i a rds, table tennis, badminton, chess, ca rom etc. It also houses a yoga center and health club. A l a rge sports a rena has been b u i lt for outdoor games such as rugby, basketba l l, lawn ten n is and hockey. Outdoor sta d i u m of K i l T has been the venue of National Level sporting events such as Rugby U nd e r 16 National Cham pionship in the recent past.

Tra n s p ortat i o n ,

houses for accom modation of delegates. One of the guest houses with five-sta r facil ities is conveniently located in the Convention Centre Com plex. Smooth conduct of a n event is ensured through rou nd-the-clock u n i nterrupted power su pply and network connectivity. Students and delegates a l i ke benefit from amenities such as canteens, ra i lway reservation center and post office. Banking facil ities a re offered from i n-ca mpus bra nches or ATMs of A l l a habad Bank, Punjab National Bank, ICICI and Oriental Bank of Commerce.

M ar k e t ,

Cafeteria & Cantee n : KilT has its own fleet of buses to cater to the transportation needs of its students, staff members and visiting guests. These buses serve as the l i n k between the campus and the city. The Canteen at K i lT serves delicious m u lti-cuisine food . T h e m e n u i ncludes Odia, South Indian, Chi nese a nd Conti nental d ishes. The cafeteria i nside the campus serves soft and hot drinks, snacks a nd ice creams.

Health Care : To ensure health and overa l l wel l being of its inmates, K i lT lays sign ificant em phasis on making available world-class medical facil ities close to the U niversity campus. The Ki lT U niversity has its own 1200-bed hospital (attached to the School of Medicine), just adjacent to its Engineering cam pus, providing free medical consulta n cy to its students. K i lT has a lso built within the campus a wel l equi pped Hea lth Club, at par with that of a ny five star hotel .

Allied Ame n ities : K i lT has thoughtfu lly created and developed a whole ga mut of a m e n ities to s u p p o rt p restigious N a t i o n a l a n d I nternationa l events. There are th ree well-furn ished guest


FEE STRUCTURE Session- 2012-2013 Fee structure has been designed for different courses on the basis of self financing concept


Duration of

Other Fees

Tuition Fees

the programme

Per Year

Per Semester


4 Years

Rs. 80,0001-

Rs. 55,0001-

Dual Degree (B.Tech & M.Tech)

5 Years

Rs. 80,0001-

Rs. 55,0001-

Dual Degree (B.Tech & MBA)

5 Years

Rs. 80,0001-

Rs. 55,0001-

B.Tech. ( Lateral Entry)

3 Years

Rs. 80,0001-

Rs. 55,0001-



Rs. 60,0001-

Rs. 55,0001-


3 Years

Rs. 80,0001-

Rs. 55,0001-

M.Sc Biotechnology

2 Years

Rs. 50,0001-

Rs. 55,0001-

M.Sc. Applied Microbiology

2 Years

Rs. 50,0001-

Rs. 55,0001-


3 Years

Rs. 50,0001-

Rs. 40,0001-


3 Years

Rs. 50,0001-

Rs. 40,0001-

Bachelor of Design (Fashion I Textile)

4 Years

Rs. 50,0001-

Rs. 55,0001-

Rs. 50,0001-

Rs. 55,0001

Bachelor of Film & Television

3 Years

Production BA.LL.B I BBA LL.B I B.Sc. LL.B

5 Years

Rs. 80,0001-

Rs. 55,0001-


2 Years

Rs. 25,0001-

Rs. 50,0001-


4Yz Years


4 Years

Rs. 3,00,0001- per annum (4 years)

B.Sc. Nursing

4 Years

Rs. 50,0001- per annum

M.Sc. Nursing

2 Years

Rs. 1 ,50,0001-Per annum


3 Years

Rs. 5, 20,0001- Per annum

Rs. 2,60,0001- Per semester (9 semesters)

(4 years)

Other Fees Includes Fees for Training & Placement, Development Fees, Sports, Games Seminar, Conference, Workshop, Cultural Programme, Transportation, Internet Charge, Facility Maintenance, Best Quality Laptop, Books, Utility Charges, Cost Of Blazer , Premium Of Health Insurance Upto Rs. Insurance Upto Rs. 50,000/- during the study period at KilT.



and Accidental

FEE STRUCTURE Session- 2012-2013

Registration & Examination Fees

Fee structure has been designed for different courses on the basis of self financing concept

Registration Fees per Semester :Rs.1000/Examination Fees per Semester:Rs.1000/-


Duration of Other Fees the programme Per Year

Tuition Fees Per Semester


4 Years

Rs. 80,000/-

Rs. 55,000/-

Dual Degree (B.Tech & M.Tech)

5 Years

Rs. 80,000/-

Rs. 55,000/-

Dual Degree (B.Tech & MBA)

5 Years

Rs. 80,000/-

Rs. 55,000/-

B.Tech. ( Lateral Entry)

3 Years

Rs. 80,000/-

Rs. 55,000/-



Rs. 60,000/-

Rs. 55,000/-


3 Years

Rs. 80,000/-

Rs. 55,000/-

M.Sc Biotechnology

2 Years

Rs. 50,000/-

Rs. 55,000/-

Registration Fees for the 1st semester will be collected at the time of admission and for the rest of the semesters, the registration fees will be collected at the beginning of each semester. Examination Fees will be collected during the Form Fill up for the Semester Examination.


I. II. M.Sc. Applied Microbiology

2 Years

Rs. 50,000/-

Rs. 55,000/-


Generally no refund of fee is permitted on account of withdrawal/absence from college or other reasons once a student is admitted to any course of study. A refund claim may, however, be permitted on the basis of merits within the limits as per refund rule on receipt of written request as stated below. Anytime after admission, but before reporting/starting of the course : Total fees. After the commencement of course, no refund will be allowed. In all cases where the student has been admitted to the course after the commencement of classes through the waiting list or otherwise, their case will be considered after the commencement of classes.

3.In case of Foreign/NRI candidates, the refunds will be made in accordance with Foreign Exchange Regulations. 4. Requests for withdrawals should be made in the prescribed application available in our website. Refund will be made only after the candidate has surrendered the ID card, Original Fee Receipt, Allotment letter, Fee estimate letter and the dues clearance certificate.


3 Years

Rs. 50,000/-

Rs. 40,000/-


3 Years

Rs. 50,000/-

Rs. 40,000/-

Bachelor of Design (Fashion / Textile)

4 Years

Rs. 50,000/-

Rs. 55,000/-

Bachelor of Film & Television Production

3 Years

Rs. 50,000/-

Rs. 55,000/



5 Years

Rs. 80,000/-

Rs. 55,000/-


2 Years

Rs. 25,000/-

Rs. 50,000/-

Joining KIIT ensures a high quality placement in future. Therefore Nationalized/Private Banks are coming forward to finance for all types of educational expenses of KIIT students including college fees, boarding charge, hostel messing charge and any other ancillary study expenses like purchase of computer, study materials etc. without any security.


4½ Years

Rs. 2,60,000/- Per semester (9 semesters)


4 Years

Rs. 3,00,000/- per annum (4 years)

B.Sc. Nursing

4 Years

Rs. 50,000/- per annum

M.Sc. Nursing

2 Years

Rs. 1,50,000/-Per annum


3 Years

Rs. 5, 20,000/- Per annum

(4 years)

Other Fees Includes Fees for Training & Placement, Development Fees, Sports, Games Seminar, Conference, Workshop, Cultural Programme, Transportation, Internet Charge, Facility Maintenance, Best Quality Laptop, Books, Utility Charges, Cost Of Blazer , Premium Of Health Insurance Upto Rs. 30,000/- and Accidental Insurance Upto Rs. 50,000/- during the study period at KIIT.



Socia l Res ponsi bi l ity KIS S -A Step Ahead Towards Social Commitment Social Responsibility The h u mane face of K i lT is best i l l ustrated in Ka l i nga I nstitute of Socia l Sciences ( KISS), a protege of Ki lT. KISS, the la rgest tribal institute of the world, provides food, accommodation, health care and a l l the basic necessities of life a bsol utely free to 15,000 poorest of the poor triba l c h i l d ren to pursue their stud ies here from KG to PG as well as vocational tra i n i ng. KISS as a n u n i q u e experiment to erad icate poverty through ed ucation and use of ed ucation as a tool to em power the u nderprivileged section of the society and provide sustainable em ployment is being hai led by statesmen, policy makers, plan ners, socia l workers from I n d ia and a broad .

A Rag g ing Free Zone K i l T U n iversity is a ragg ing-free ca m p u s . Rag g i ng i n any form is strictly pro h i bited a nd wou ld attract severe d isci p li n ary action and the p u n ish ment of expu lsion from the U n iversity.

Rag g i ng has been defi ned as: "Any act causing, inducing, compelling or forcing a student, whether by way of a practical joke or otherwise, to do any act which detracts from human dignity or violates his person or exposes him to ridicule or forbears from doing any lawful act, by intimidating, wrongfully restraining, wrongfully confining, or injuring him or by using criminal force to him or by holding out to him any threat of such intimidation, wrongful restraint, wrongful confinement, injury or the use of criminal force".

All students admitted to the KilT University and their guardians are required to sign an undertaking that their ward will desist from indulging in ragging.

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