The Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences (KISS) ( Odia : କଳିଙ୍ଗ ଇନଷ୍ଟିଚ୍ୟୁଟ ଅଫ ସୋସିଆଲ ସାଇନ୍ସ (କିସ୍) ) is a residential institute for tribal people based in Bhubaneswar , India. It provides accommodation, study, career development, and healthcare to 25,000 tribal students each year at its residential residential campus located in Bhubaneswar. Its students are educated to class 1 to post-graduate level at the KISS school and the associated KISS college for higher education. The Institute was founded in 1993 by Achyuta Samanta , who also founded the Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology(KIIT). It began with 125 tribal students and some financial support from the ministry of tribal affairs.  
The institute is setting up 20 KISS branches in Odisha’s tribal areas. Work has also begun in Jharkhand , Chhattisgarh and Delhi with support from the non-profit KISS Foundation . The foundation is aim to educate 200,000 adivasi (tribal people) by 2020.  The foundation follows what it calls the “Art of Giving”, a humanitarian and philanthropic concept of simple living and high thinking. 
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- Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences
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