Bhubaneswar: A record 1703 students from Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences (KISS) are going to appear the 10th Board Examination, conducted by Board of Secondary Education, Odisha, this year. This is the highest number from a single school to write 10th Board Exam in the country. Remarkably, this number is at par with the total number of students appearing the exam from as many as 30 High Schools taken together under the Board of Secondary Education, Odisha.
These students belong to various tribes, including primitive tribes, from 30 districts of Odisha.
The students of KISS will appear the examination in three different centers such as Niladri Vihar, Unit-8 and Baramunda Sarswati Sisu Mandir.
Like every year, Dr. Achyuta Samanta, founder of KISS & KIIT distributed pens among students and wished them all the best on Tuesday. “I am very much hopeful and confident that this year also the students will fetch cent percent success like previous years,” he said.
.@KIITUniversity & @kissfoundation founder @achyuta_samanta distributes pens & coveys his best wishes to the students of KISS who are slated to appear the annual #Odisha HSC Examination-2019 beginning on Feb 22.A record number of 1703 students slated to appear the exam this year pic.twitter.com/EkW2xNJOQk
— Kalinga TV (@Kalingatv) February 20, 2019