Alumni Meet-2019

KIIT School of Civil Engineering organized Alumni Meet-2019 at Campus-3 on 9th November, 2019. There was an interactive session between the Alumni of the School present for Convocation with the faculty and staff members. The Alumni Coordinators from the School, Prof. Satya Ranjan Samal and Prof. Gaurav Udgata, briefed them about the KIIT Alumni Association and stressed on the importance formation of a strong network through Alumni Connect.  The Coordinators distributed the Alumni Card to the students and explained about the benefits of the Card which are unique in nature.

Art of Giving

True joy lies in the act of giving without an expectation of receiving something in return. Not only does working for mankind and sharing happiness bring us joy, it teaches us the importance of taking care of others. As a staff of KIIT, we are inspired by the philosophy of Art of Giving. I personally believe that for a true human being every day is an art of giving day. In our day-to-day life we often feel pleasure by giving our helping hand to the people in need and bring smile on their face. Inspired by our beloved Founder Sir, we all KIIT family members celebrate Art of Giving Day on 17th May every year. This year also we celebrated International Day of Art of Giving by visiting the orphanages at following locations and distributed the Bag of Happiness containing a school bag, geometry box, note copies (2 Nos.), pen, pencil and erasers to the needy kids and spent some quality time with all of them along with our staff members of School of Civil Engineering. Indeed a great moment will be cherished forever.

Blood Donation Camp

A Blood Donation camp was organized in School of Civil Engineering at Kiit University,Bhubaneshwar many  faculties, students and other staff members voluntarily donated blood.The camp was organized by Institution of civil engineers (students’ chapter), Kiit University under the supervision of Dr. N. Brahma along with four supporting staff from PradyumnaBal Memorial hospital.This camp helped students in getting awareness about their social responsibilities and showed enthusiastic participation for the same.

The Camp started at 9:30 a.m. and went up to 1:30 p.m. in the noon. The camp was organized in a well-disciplined manner checking each and every aspect of participant’s health.During the blood donation process the hemoglobin content of the participants were checked before donating the blood, clearly telling the participants about their health condition. Refreshments were provided to the participants after donating blood. Volunteers helped the participants and gave moral support to them for donating blood. It was great to see more people than pre-registered numbers turning up in the venue.The Blood samples were carefully sealed and transported away, while the volunteers and hospital staff helped in all activities the donors received a certificate of appreciation.

On this occasion Dr. B.G Mohapatra (Director school of civil engineering) a appreciated the work of the organizing committee members. Prior to the camp, the Volunteers of ICE Student chapter apprised the benefits related to blood donation to the students.As per the information available at the occasion, only 50percent of the country’s blood requirement is fulfilled through such blood donation camps. Hence, there is a need to create awareness amongst our youth for active participation in such a noble cause.


JAL DIWAS was celebrated at KIIT Deemed to be University on 22nd July, 2019 as part of the JAL SHAKTI ABHIYAN initiated by Hon’ble Prime Minister of India Shri Narendra Modi to emphasize on Jal Sanchay or Water Conservation and Water Resource Management.  The event commenced with the inauguration by Prof. Hrushikesha  Mohanty, Vice-Chancellor, and KIIT DU in the presence of Prof. Banu Gopal Mohapatra, Dean, School of Civil Engineering; Prof. Sanjib Moulick Assoc. Dean, School of Civil Engineering and Dr. Shyam Sundar Behura, Dy. Director, Student Services. The guests stressed on the importance of water conservation and reuse of treated water. They sensitized the student community regarding rain water harvesting, renovation and rejuvenation of water bodies and intensive forestation. After the inauguration the students carried out a plantation drive by planting saplings. This followed by a Nukkad Natak by the students of School of Civil Engineering creating awareness about water conservation and portraying the relevance of Jal Shakti Abhiyan. In fact, Dr. Achyuta Samanta, Founder of KIIT and KISS have always stressed on water management and have created water treatment plant at KIIT and KISS for reuse of water.


The B.Tech. Fresher’s Welcome Function, “KALOPSIA 2K19” of KIIT School of Civil Engineering was held on 19th September, 2019 at KIMS Auditorium, Campus-5. The function was graced by Prof. Hrushikesh Mohanty, Vice Chancellor, KIIT DU; Prof. Sasmita Samanta, Pro-Vice Chancellor, KIIT DU; Prof. Biswajit Sahoo, Director, Student Affairs, KIIT DU; and Prof. B.G. Mohapatra, Director, School of Civil Engineering.

Prof. Hrushikesh Mohanty elucidated the role of the students to maintain the eminence of the University in terms of academic, research and alumni connect. He expressed his happiness for the presence of international students in the school which will help to maintain a global environment in the school. He also stressed upon formation of sector-wise research groups from the entry level in order to create a passion among the students.

Prof. Sasmita Samanta appreciated the passion, confidence and commitment shown by the students in organizing the event and advised to one and all to utilize the university platform to excel in their own field and was impressed with the creativity and innovation ideas of the Civil Engineering students. She emphasized on the scope and opportunities available in Civil Engineering. She particularly stressed upon Entrepreneurship which is the need of the hour.

Prof. Biswajit Sahoo emphasized on the importance of the Civil Engineers in the development of a sustainable society. He specifically cited few interesting examples on the need of Civil Engineers.

Prof. B.G. Mohapatra shared the glorious achievements of the School and motivated the students to face the challenges through hard work and dedication. He also appraised the young students of school about the strategic decisions implemented by the leadership to build a robust academic system which ensures the all-round development of the students.

The students performed various cultural activities and enthralled the audience. The program was witnessed by the other Honorary Guests, Faculty Members, and Students of the school and other Administrative Staff. The overall arrangements and performances were observed meticulously by different Faculty-coordinators under the close observation of Prof. Gaurav Udgata, Overall Coordinator; Prof. Kundan Samal, Co-coordinator and Prof. S. Moulick, Associate Dean, KIIT School of Civil Engineering.