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KiiT International School – International education at its best

May 2, 2018

Located in a sprawling-25 acre campus in suburban Bhubaneswar, capital city of Odisha, KiiT International School (estb 2007), is widely acknowledged as a premier co-educational, K-12, day-cum-boarding school of the country, affiliated with two globally renowned offshore examination boards– Cambridge Assessment International Education (classes VIII- X), UK, and International Baccalaureate Organisation (classes XI-XII), Geneva. Promoted in 2007 by Dr. Achyuta Samanta, the visionary founder-director of Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology University, KiiTIS is ranked among the Top 10 in the national league table of international day-cum-boarding schools of EducationWorld India School Rankings 2017-18.

KiiT International School, Bhubaneswar is Odisha’s first internationally benchmarked school and the first primary-secondary in eastern India to apply for IB affiliation, held in high-esteem by universities world-wide, and the only authorized CAIE exam centre in the state. These international boards’ intensively-researched syllabuses and several associated programmes- including teacher training and development programmes- designed to stimulate the cognitive development and life skills of 5-19 year olds, and prepare them for admission into top-ranked universities and life beyond academia, are delivered through the school’s state-of-the-art infrastructure, highly-qualified faculty recruited from across the country and abroad, advanced pastoral care and an international outlook.

Being a part of the nationally reputed KIIT group also means to the school, an opportunity of  higher research facilities at KIIT University (ranked #15 among private universities nationally in EW India Private Higher Education Rankings 2017-18) and an effective delivery of Creativity, Activity and Service (CAS) component of IB curriculum at the Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences, that provides free-of-charge K-postgrad education to 27,000 indigenous children from the most neglected tribes of Odisha, making its students empathetic, compassionate human beings of tomorrow.  

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