The admission process for the Tata Institute of Social Sciences is as follows:

  1. Online application: Applicants must submit an online application form through the TISS website. The application form requires personal information, academic qualifications, and supporting documents such as scanned copies of educational certificates and transcripts.
  2. TISS National Entrance Test (TISSNET): Shortlisted applicants must take the TISSNET, which is a computer-based entrance exam. The TISSNET covers a variety of topics, including general knowledge, quantitative aptitude, verbal ability, and logical reasoning.
  3. Personal Interview (PI): Applicants who qualify the TISSNET will be called for a personal interview. The PI will be conducted by a panel of faculty members from the TISS department or school that offers the desired program.

Selection for admission is based on the applicant’s performance in the TISSNET, PI, and academic qualifications.

Here are some tips for the TISS admission process:

  • Start preparing early. The TISSNET is a competitive exam, so it is important to start preparing early. You can find study materials and practice tests online and in bookstores.
  • Identify your strengths and weaknesses. Focus your preparation on your weaknesses and try to improve your performance in those areas.
  • Practice regularly. The best way to prepare for the TISSNET is to practice regularly. Solve as many practice questions as you can and get feedback from your teachers or mentors.
  • Be confident. Go into the TISSNET and PI with a confident attitude. Believe in yourself and your ability to succeed.