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TATA Institute of Social Sciences conducts their separate entrance exam every year for admission into their institution for all their courses. TATA Institute provides courses separately as master’s in arts and Philosophy studies program as well as their Doctorate program.

TISSNET Exam will be conducted on January 13, 2019(Sunday) this year from 2 pm to 3.40pm (100 minutes) for admission into the different TATA Institute of Social Sciences campuses across India. It is a computer-based National entrance test, which will be conducted on the same day all over India.

This year there are a few key changes:

  1. No negative marking
  2. Single question paper for all programs
  3. 100 questions for 100 minutes
  4. Marking scheme has changed to 40 marks for General Awareness, 30 for English Proficiency and 30 for Mathematics and Logical Reasoning

Following the trend for the past few years, the results for the TATA Institute of Social Sciences National Entrance Test will be announced by the last week of January. Last year (2018) it was declared on the 28th of January towards the evening. The same trend will likely be followed this year as well.

Post announcement of result the candidates will also have to appear for a Pre-Interview Test (PIT/ Group Discussion (GD) as decided by the institute. On the basis of their performance in the TISSNET examination, as reflected in TISSNET 2019 Scorecard, the short-listed applicants will be called for the Pre-Interview Test and Personal Interview (PIT/PI). The selection of the candidates for admission into the various programs will occur in two phases and will have three segments of assessment.

The mark allocation for different components of assessment for admission into the institute are as follows:

TISSNET 100
PIT/GD 50
Personal Interview (PI) 75
TOTAL 225

 

The percentage of weightage for each component for the final admission has also been stated by the institution:

TISSNET 40%
PIT/GD 30%
Personal Interview (PI) 30%
TOTAL 100%

 

The allocation of weightage for each component is the same for both the General as well as the reserved category of students in the merit list preparation.

Procedure for drafting the merit list by the Institute

The merit list will be set up based on merit and the preferences shown by the applicants at the time of filling the online application form. As needs are, the applicants must show their preferences cautiously as it has suggestions for the merit list.

In the event of a tie between two applicants, their PI marks will be contrasted and the one with more marks in PI will be considered. In the event that there is a tie in PI marks too their PIT marks will be contrasted and the one with more marks in PIT will be considered. In the event that there is a tie in PIT marks too then the Entrance test marks will be contrasted and the one with more marks in the entrance test will be considered. If on the off chance, there is a tie in Entrance marks too then the candidate or applicant higher in age will be offered the seat.

On the basis of the merit list for each program, the list of selected applicants will be put up on the site. Every applicant who appeared for the exam will likewise get his/her scorecard showing the marks for every component of the examination procedure.

List of Selected Candidates and the list of applicants who have been wait-listed for admission will be shown on the TISS admission site.

Procedure for drafting the waitlist by the Institute

Applicants who get admission to the program of their first preference won’t be on wait lists for some other program referenced in their list of preferences.

Applicants who get entrance into any program which is their second preference might be held in the waitlist for the course of their first preference. Applicants who get entrance into any program which is their third preference will be held in the wait list of their first and second preference

Candidates, who get confirmation in a program which is lower in their request of preferences, will be held in the wait list of a program which had a higher preference in the request, till the seats in the program with a higher preference are filled.

On the off chance that, the applicants qualify for two programs simultaneously, when the wait list is drafted, the course which had a higher preference in his/her list will win. The Institute will offer admission only to the course which has been listed as the higher preference.

At the point when an applicant who has officially accepted confirmation in a program according to the first merit list is later offered the higher preference when the wait list is drafted, he/she will be moved into the program of higher preference and will be informed about the same.

All the best to everyone writing the exams!

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