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TISS Admit Card 2013

TISS Admit Card 2013



The Tata organisation of communal Sciences (TISS) was established in 1936, as the Sir Dorabji Tata Graduate School of Social Work. The first school of social work in India, TISS was a pioneering effort with the objective of communal Welfare through academic excellence, a attribute of the Sir Dorabji Tata believe (SDTT). Its establishment was the result of the decision of the Trustees of the SDTT to accept Dr. Clifford Manshardt’s dream of a post-graduate school of social work of nationwide stature that would enlist in a relentless study of Indian communal issues and problems and impart learning in communal work to rendezvous the appearing need for trained human power. Exam Details: Tata organisation of communal Sciences (TISS), Mumbai written test designated days for TISS-Masters Admission check (TISS-MAT) 2012, is held for taking admissions into postgraduate programs such as M.A (Social Work) and M.A (Ecology), M.A (Environment) Master of Library and data research. Admission to these techniques is made through the TISS entry exam score. suggested by the Tata organisation of communal research, Mumbai. 




The TISS-MAT entry written test will be held on 16th June 2012 and 17th June 2012. written test Pattern: The TISS check paper comprises of 50 objective kind inquiries. Each right response carries one assess. The entry check will be of 1.00 hour (60 minutes) duration. Total brands for the entrance check will be 50 marks. There will no negative brands for the wrong responses. The in writing check has two parts. 1.) ordered and Analytical proficiency (20 marks): This section of the written check will check the candidate’s proficiency to believe logically and investigate a set of troubles and find ways of interpreting the phenomenon. This section will comprise quantitative reasoning as well. 2.) communal perception and Perspectives (30 marks): This part will consist of three inquiries which will consider the candidates comprehending of matters of communal relevance. Candidates applying to the various MA programs are anticipated to emerge for a Written check, take part in a assembly Discussion and appear for a individual Interview. A.) assembly consideration (50 marks): Candidates will be assessed on their performance in a group situation to talk about a subject of up to date relevance. B.) individual Interview (50 marks): Candidates will be considered on their past learned presentation and their aptitude for the exact M.A. program.

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