BHUBANESWAR, MAY 7, 2022
KL Deemed-to-be University, one of the leading universities in the country for graduation and higher education, today inaugurated its Regional Office in Bhubaneswar.
Odisha School & Mass Education Minister Samir Ranjan Dash inaugurated the office in presence of the University officials. Located at Satya Nagar in the Capital City, the office has been established to augment the university’s commitment to nourish talented students, with ready access to information on career opportunities, programs offered, educational curriculum, in-demand skill sets and extensive information on growing sectors.
With the information detonation on the internet, students are often misled on educational programs and course curriculum. So, there is a need for a dedicated committee of experts to properly guide the students and their parents, said Minister Dash.
Dash along with KL Deemed to be University Director of Admissions J Srinivasa Rao also announced the merit scholarships and dates for upcoming KL Engineering Entrance Exam 2022 (KLEEE-2022) for the students. The exams will be held online from May 21 to 24.
Announcing the details of the entrance exam and scholarships, Rao said, “As a deeply valued tradition at KL deemed-to-be University, we have once again allocated Rs 100 crore in merit scholarships for students. It is a source of motivation and recognition for students of high potential. Our endeavour is to deliver the finest education with no financial impediments for the most deserving students.”
KLEEE 2022 registration has a simple process of filling the application, payment of application fee and final submission. In a media statement, the university has mentioned that the interest received from Odisha in the past few years has increased substantially. A testimony to the increasingly recognized education methodology at KL Deemed-to-be University is its numbers of enrollment. KLEEE 2022, has witnessed over 50,000 student applications from various states across India and abroad so far. Every year, meritorious students have been given high priority in the admissions as the objective was to screen the students of high potential. This year also the objective is to absorb students of high pedigree and a larger turn out for the online examination is anticipated. The scholarships totaling Rs 100 crore would empower those from financially weaker backgrounds.