KISS University Granted ‘A’ Grade Accreditation by NAAC in First Cycle


The KISS Deemed-to-be-University has been awarded the prestigious ‘A’ grade accreditation by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) in its first cycle of accreditation. The university is the first institution in the country to achieve this feat in its first attempt at accreditation by NAAC.

The recognition by NAAC as an ‘A’ grade institution is a testament to the quality of education and the dedication to academic excellence at KISS Deemed to be University. The Ministry of Education granted deemed-to-be-university status to KISS in 2017, acknowledging its significant contributions to the field of education. 

“Happy to announce KISS Deemed-to-be-University got NAAC A grade in its first cycle since 2017 recognition of DU status. A unique feat, adding to accolades like the UNESCO Literacy Prize 2022. This marks an academic pinnacle for our fully free, residential school for tribal children”, remarked the Founder of KIIT and KISS Dr. Achyuta Samanta.

Educational stakeholders and the academic community have expressed their happiness and pride in achieving this milestone, giving credit for the recognition to Dr. Samanta, for his dedication and perseverance.

In education news, KISS Deemed-to-be University, the world’s only university offering free education to tribal students, has achieved a significant milestone. The National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) awarded KISS an impressive ‘A’ grade accreditation in its first cycle. This recognition underscores the university’s unwavering commitment to providing high-quality education. The timely application and successful accreditation are considered a major achievement for KISS, solidifying its position as a leader in accessible and excellent education.

Dr. Samanta extended his heartfelt thanks to the teachers, staff, students, and supporters of KISS Deemed to be University for their hard work and dedication, which played a crucial role in achieving this accolade. This success has sparked a wave of happiness among the students, faculty, staff, and the tribal communities associated with the university.

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