KISS Foundation Transforms the Lives of Four Orphaned Sisters
Bhubaneswar, October 5 – In a heartwarming gesture, Dr. Achyuta Samanta, the Founder of KIIT and KISS, fulfilled his promise to four orphaned sisters from Raghurajpur village near Chandanpur in Puri District. Following the tragic loss of their parents, Lakshmidhar Mahapatra and his wife, these sisters found themselves in dire circumstances. Today, their lives have taken a remarkable turn, thanks to the unwavering support of the KISS Foundation and Dr. Samanta.
At a touching ceremony, Dr. Samanta handed over appointment letters to three of the sisters, a testament to his commitment to their well-being and education. Ramamani, the eldest sister, is now a Postgraduate, while the other two have successfully obtained their bachelor’s degrees. The youngest sister continues her studies in the 8th standard.
Dr Samanta, a beacon of hope, aided in finishing their house under a government scheme. He secured jobs for the sisters at KIIT and KISS. Locals are applauding the KISS Foundation and Dr. Samanta for their noble deeds. The sisters are overflowing with gratitude for life-changing support.
In the words of Dr. Achyuta Samanta, “We are committed to uplifting those in need and providing them with opportunities for a brighter future. These sisters are a testament to the power of education and determination, and we are proud to stand behind them.”
This touching tale serves as a powerful reminder. It underscores the immense influence of compassion and education. Even in the face of daunting challenges, the impact can be transformative. It highlights the potential to change lives for the better. Compassion and education can be the guiding lights in times of adversity.