KIIT School of Languages launches the German Club of KIIT


KIIT School of Languages (KSOL) formally launched the German Club virtually on 25th June 2021 after two months of regular weekly interaction among students of its German courses and their mentors to evaluate feasibility of the first foreign language club of the University and its future role. A first-of-its-kind initiative at KIIT, this Club is constituted to help students acquire knowledge on culture, language, history, lifestyle, work ethics & many more about Germany. This exclusive Club is only meant for all those students who have completed the Certificate Course in German Proficiency with KSOL and are eager to enrich their further knowledge to cater global aspirations.

The launch event of German Club which consisted of speeches, performances & video presentation was completely curated, hosted and moderated by the student representatives of the Club. The session was initiated and moderated by Snehagni Roy.

Dr Jnyana Ranjan Mohanty, Registrar, KIIT DU and Dr Biswajit Das, Dean, KSOL graced the occasion with their blessings for the students in their noble endeavour to imbibe global values for future life. Mr Dusmanta Chakra, Guest of the Honour who is a highly experienced German Scholar from Pune and Mentor of KSOL’s German Club shared his experience about the association with the Club from its conceptual stage and its growth while appreciating the zeal and involvement of its student members.

The Club which started with three student representatives (Snehagni, Aishee & Srishty), their German trainer Mr Pravin Kumar and the external mentor Mr Dusmanta Chakra conducted meetings every Saturday at 7PM for last two months and has now grown up as a 15 member learning forum from across the University representing prominent Schools. More will join soon from the last two batches of KSOL’s German certificate courses. Members of Club are Aishee Ghosh, Snehagni Roy, Utsa Saha and Neelotpala Dash from School of Biotechnology; Anasua Ghosh from School of Dental Sciences; Aditya Raj Dash from School of Civil Engineering; Srishty Vishwakarma from School of Management; Pratyay Ghatak and Raunak Seal from School of Law; Rajarshi Pal, Sneha Paul and Aditya Kumar from School of Electronics Engineering; Nilabja Sanyal from School of Computer Engineering; Agnijita Roy and Aaryan Somrain from School of Mechanical Engineering.

KSOL is now seeking admissions for 8 of its Language Proficiency Certificate Courses including IELTS Preparatory and Odia proficiency for the upcoming July-September, 2021 session.  Last date of enrolment is 10th July.  For details on the syllabus, admission process and fees on various language proficiency courses, interested student can visit KSOL website at