Tiss Hr Essay Topics

  1. What is the nature of each stage of the exam?

Stage I-

All the candidates first appear for the National entrance test (TISSNET). There are 100 questions to be solved in 100 minutes. There is no negative marking or sectional cutoff. The 3 sections are

  • English Proficiency (30 questions, 30 marks)
  • Maths and logical reasoning (30 questions, 30 marks)
  • And General Awareness (40 questions, 40 marks)- GK is a brand TISS demon which many aspirants are scared of but don’t worry we’ll take care of it for you

Stage II-

Based on the performance in the TISSNET, only short listed candidates are called for the Pre Interview Test (PIT). PIT consists of essay writing and interview.

A few weeks before the PIT (in February) the shortlisted aspirants are asked to submit a Detailed Application Form (DAF). Write the DAF carefully because most of the interview revolves around the DAF.

  1. What is the weightage to each stage in TISSNET?

TISSNET- 100 marks

Essay writing- 50 marks

Personal Interview- 75 marks

At the end score out of 225 is converted into a score out of 100 and final merit list is prepared.

  1. How should we prepare for TISSNET and essay writing?

Read our posts- https://howtocracktiss.wordpress.com/2015/10/11/how-to-crack-tissnet/ and https://howtocracktiss.wordpress.com/2015/11/08/how-to-crack-pit/ for more details.

  1. What is generally the cutoff for TISSNET?

The cutoff varies as per the difficulty level of the exam and the course you are interested in. TISSNET was pretty easy in 2013 so cutoff was high whereas in 2014 GK was mostly history based and many aspirants were stuck so cutoff came down. Cutoff for HRM was 76 (General) in 2015. HRM cutoff for different years is given below-

  1. What is more scoring – TISSNET, essay or interview?

You should try to maximize score in each section. You need to choose your best area and nail it in order to optimize your efforts. You should not ignore TISSNET though PIT (Essay+Interview) makes a lot of difference later. Interview is scoring part if you take the ‘required’ care while writing the DAF and prepare accordingly for the interview.

  1. What criteria are considered while marking the essay?

Quality of content, structure of essay and logical expression of ideas are some important factors. No one is expected to write a Shakespearan classic but it is advisable to avoid grammatical errors. (भावना समझ आनी चाहिए, लेकिन भावना बेह्नी नहीं चाहिए).

  1. How is the essay and interview conducted on the same day?

In the morning shortlisted aspirants are asked to write an essay. Then the interviews start and TISS students conduct a nice gyan session for aspirants at the same time. The interview duration ranges from 10 to 30 minutes. The duration doesn’t matter but your body language, the manner of speaking and, of course, what you speak will be the make or break factors in the interview.

  1. Do we get to know names of panelists before our interview?

No. The panels generally consist of 3 faculty members of TISS. Now how to be smart right from the beginning of interview is another story. One on one communication will be better for that.

  1. Are our points knocked off if we are unable to answer any question by the interviewer?

No. It depends on how and what you say. It is not just a question of right or wrong. Be honest if you don’t know anything (failna aur fekna mana hai!).

  1. What dress code should be followed for the interview?

The atmosphere during the interview is fairly informal. TISS students will try to put you at ease. However, bear in mind that it is just to calm your nerves. Formal attire is advisable.

  1. How many seats are there for SC/ST/OBC/Open?

You just need 1 seat, why bother about others? It doesn’t make much difference; don’t panic with the number of seats available for your category. If you deserve and put in the right efforts, there is a place for you at the institution but reservations are as per GOI requirements: 15% for Scheduled Castes, 7.5% for Scheduled Tribes and 27% for Other Backward Classes (Non-Creamy Layers Persons With Disability: 3% seats as applicable will be considered in the Master’s Degree Programmes for PWD of which 1% each is reserved for persons with (a) Low Vision/Blindness, (b) Hearing Impairment, and (c) Learning Disability/Cerebral Palsy.

Kashmiri Migrants: Subject to the GoI directives.

  1. How to fill the DAF? What to mention and what not to? How to make it HR/DS/CODP/MHA/PPG, etc specific? I have a gap in education/experience. I have a poor score in graduation. I don’t have much experience to write DAF. What to do?

Every child is special! Writing a DAF requires personalized attention. Let your DAF speak how you are the best without going overboard and revealing a lot.

  1. How is the TISS Hyderabad campus, faculty and placements? HRM at TISS Hyderabad?

Presently TISS Hyderabad operates from two different campuses, one adjacent to a scenic lake. These campuses are not as grand as the Mumbai campus but they have all the basic facilities.

Almost all faculty members are either expert in their field or PhD holders. Placements for various courses are good enough. 2015-17 is the first batch of HRM Hyderabad. Batch size is kept small purposely to focus on quality education and more attention to each student. There are more credits in HRM Hyderabad and course content is also updated as per changing needs of industry. Important subjects like labor law and Industrial relation are there but additionally new subjects like HR analytics, social media in HR, etc are there which are not taught in many other HR schools. Hyderabad has many companies from different sectors, TISS HR (Hyderabad) is a good option for these companies to hire some of the best HR managers. Field work (known as Field Immersion Program) is the key and most attractive element of TISS which ensures good learning. It is same in this course also. For first business immersion program students went to some of the promising companies like Amazon, VVF, Cyient, ITC, Tata projects, Lodha group, RPG group, Deloitte, Piramal Group, Raymonds, Taj Hotels, ITW Signode, Dupont and international organizations like ICRISAT.

  1. What is the average package of different courses in TISS? HRM?

Lot of MBA aspirants have this classic question in their mind what is the average package, highest package of the institute? Don’t we? But honestly we shouldn’t come here to earn good starting salary. It will be one of biggest mistake if we do so. We should come here to make good careers. When you come to TISS you prove that you are one of the talented minds in the country; you are anyway going get good salary. What we do with that talent is important! TISS and life have more beautiful things for us than money…

  15. What are the different options for HR aspirants in TISS?

TISS offers two MA and two postgraduate executive programs related to HR. Admission process for executive programs is different than that of MA program. Visit http://www.tiss.edu/ for more information. TISS HR aspirants can choose to take admission in any of the following programs-

  1. MA in HRM & LR  (TISS Mumbai)
  2. MA in HRM (TISS Hyderabad)- This course was closed in Dec 2016 due to ‘some unavoidable circumstances’ (as quoted by TISS in the notification).
  3. Executive Postgraduate Diploma in HRM (Mumbai)
  4. Executive Postgraduate Diploma in Organizational Development and Change (Mumbai+being offered from some more locations)
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TISSNET 2018 paper analysis and cutoffs

Exactly same pattern and difficulty as last year.

Quant DI LR 30 questions easy
Verbal 30 questions easy
Gk 40 questions static 25 current 15.

Expected cutoffs:
HRM 80 – 81
Development 75
Globalisation and labour 74
Health Administration 60
Hospital Administration 58
Media culture 58
Climate 56
Social entrepreneurship 56
Urban policy 56
Clinical psychology 50
Community organisation 50
Women study 45


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Detailed analysis of TISSNET
Section I: General Awareness
Ideal attempt of 25 in 15 minutes

This section had 40 questions, with mix of Static and Current affairs. There were 25 static ones and 15 were on current affairs.
International events 9 questions
National 26 questions
Science 5 questions

Difficulty of GK in TISSNET:
Easy 20 questions
Medium 10 questions
Difficult 10 questions

Section II: Mathematical and Logical Reasoning
Ideal attempt of 30 questions in 50 minutes

TISSNET quant and logic section pattern was almost same as last year but maths got reduced.
DI 8 questions
LR 15 questions
Quant 7 questions

TISSNET quant and logic section difficulty:
Easy – 18
Medium – 9
Difficult- 3

Section III: English

Breakup of TISSNET english section:
Reading Comprehension 5
Analogies – 4
Fill in the blanks 5
Idiom based 4
Antonyms 2
Grammar 3
Odd man out 3
Others 2

TISSNET quant and logic section difficulty:
Easy – 20
Medium – 8
Difficult- 2

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How to plan your TISS preparation

Step 1 By heart the paper pattern and cutoffs

TISS-NET is conducted across 39 centres in India. Besides the main programme, It is the pre-requisite for admissions into MA in Human Resource Management, the flagship course at TISS Mumbai. TISS also offers numerous programmes in the areas of social work, health, management, development, etc. through its centres at Mumbai, Tuljapur (Rural Maharashtra), Guwahati and Hyderabad.

HRM program- Mumbai CampusTISSNET
General74
SC62
STNA
OBC/NC65
PWD57

The test had 3 sections: General Awareness, Logical Reasoning-Quantitative aptitude-Data Interpretation, and Verbal ability. The number of questions and marks were as follows:

SectionSubject AreaQuestionsMarksTime breakup
Section IGeneral Awareness404015
Section IIQuant & Logic303060
Section IIIEnglish303025
100100100

 

Step 2: Quant and Logic Section 60 minutes for 30 questions

Break of 30 questions was like Quant 14 questions, DI 8 questions and Logic 8 questions) Like last year, a lot of questions were based on modern math and arithmetic. The questions on arithmetic were by and large easy and should have all been attempted. There were 8 LR questions and all of them were mostly based on number series. Some of the questions were tricky. The DI questions were of easy to moderate level.

AreaQuestionsQues
DIData Interpretation 14
DIData Interpretation 23
DIData Interpretation 31
LogicSeries4
LogicDirection Sense1
LogicArrangements1
LogicNetworks2
QuantVenn Diagrams1
QuantTime and Work1
QuantGeometry and Mensuration1
QuantRatio and Proportion1
QuantPercentages1
QuantInterest1
QuantSimple Equations1
QuantCalendar1
QuantAverages1
QuantIndices1
QuantLogarithms1
QuantSets1
QuantNumbers2

 

Step 3: Verbal Ability – 25 minutes enough time for 30 questions

This section comprised 30 questions, out of which there 15 questions were based on Vocab and only 5 reading comprehension. There were questions on analogies, single fill in the blanks, double fill in the blanks, question on Antonyms, finding error in the sentence, double fill in the blanks based on homonyms, questions on matching idiom pairs, questions on odd man out and on meaning of idioms. Out of the 5 reading comprehension questions, 3 were of easy level and two were of medium level. The passage was about 800 words long and dealt with ‘creation of personal blog/website by celebrities’. Most of the questions in this section were of an easy to moderate level.

AreaQuestionmarks
VocabAnalogy (similar pair of words)2
VocabFill in the blank (one blank or two blanks)10
VocabOne word substitutes2
VocabAntonyms1
GrammarSentence correction4
RCReading comprehension5
VerbalOdd man out3
VerbalIdioms3

 

Step 4: GK Section 40 questions and 15 minutes

Main deciding factor of TISS exam is GK. This section comprised 40 questions, each carrying 1 mark. Out of the 40 questions, there were 22 on static ones and 18 on current affairs. There were around 13 questions on international affairs and 27 related to national ones. About 16 questions were easy, 10 were medium and 14 difficult. A score of 16 would be a good benchmark. Attempting all GA questions would not have taken more than 15 minutes.

AreaTopicQues
GKGeography5
GKEconomics8
GKPolity6
GKCurrent Affairs8
GKBooks, Authors, Persons4
GKArt & Culture3
GKScience4
GKSports2

 

All you want to know about TISS and TISSNET exam
TISS is for post graduate MA courses in interdisciplinary areas of social work, health, management, development,
habitat and climatic science. Tata Institute of Social Science is an “A” graded institution for HR. TISS has 09 schools
and 03 independent centers along with its main Mumbai campus. TISS offers socially relevant M.A. / M.Sc. / M.P.H./ M.H.A. academic programmes. Belieiving that excellence is inculcated through the quality of aspirants enrolling each academic year the institute conducts Tata Institute of Social Sciences National Eligibility Test (TISSNET) for admission into TISS Mumbai, Tuljapur, Guwahati and Hyderabad campuses.

Notification and last date for TISS 2016

TISSNET conducting body and contact details of TISS
TISSNET is conducted by The Tata Institute of Social Science. The entrance exam is conducted for admissions to the Masters in Social Work and related programs offered by Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS). In the case of any dificulty you can Email pgadmission@tiss.edu. Address:- VN Purav Marg, Deonar, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Pin Code: 400088
Telephone: +91-22-25561548, 25507486, Call TISS CARE: 022-2552-5252, Fax: +91-22-25562912
Official Website / Institution home page: tiss.edu

TISS & TISSNET eligibility criteria
Candidates having a bachelor’s degree with minimum of 3 years duration or its equivalent ( under the 10+2+3 or 10+2+4 or 10+2+2+1 year bridge course pattern of study or any other pattern fulfilling the mandatory requirements of 15 years formal education) from a recognized university are eligible to apply.

TISS actual Essay topics

1. Privatization of higher education in india
2. Impact of CEO’s on company performance micro and macro level
3. CSR has become a strategy of Organization
4. Leadership development in a corporation
5. CEO from within or outside the Organization
6. Resistance to Change : Reasons and your recommendations
7. Retaining talent at the top
8. Thinking beyond the the boundaries to excel in business.
9. Diversity at workplace.
10. Role of HR in mergers and acquisitions
11. Generation X vs Generation Y,
12. FDI in india
13. Entrepreneurship and competition
14. Affirmative processes and organisational development
15. Making money is not enough: Role of Indian corporate in CSR
16. Indian Politics: Role of caste and religion
17. Learning from mistakes: Managerial and Organizational approach
18. Cricket and India’s relation with other countries.
19. Competition and success of start-up enterprises in india
20. Diversity in organizations aids innovation

Cutoff for TISS
TISSNET 2017 expected cut off have to be 75 or above.
Candidate who appeared for the National entrance test will be sent their score cards on email on January end

Seat distribution at TISS
Total Intake at TISS: 180
Seats in each Campus: 60 ie TISS mumbai will have 60 seats only.

Reservation at TISS
As per Govt. Of India Requirements reservation of seats is allocated.
Scheduled Caste: 15%
Scheduled Tribe: 7.5%
Other Backward Class (OBC): 27%
Persons With Disability: 3%
Kashmiri Migrants: 1%

Information on TISS Guwahati Campus specific reservation
The TISS Guwahati campus has been established with support from the Ministry of Development of North-Eastern Region (MDONER), Govt. Of India. The Campus is expected to benefit students from the 8 States of the region.
66% of the seat will be proportionately distributed amongst the 8 North-Eastern States. Seats allocated will follow the Reservation Norms of that state. 34% of the seats from rest of India. Seats allocated will follow the Govt. Of Inidia Reservation norms. Information on Pre-Admission Orientation Programme.

How to apply for TISSNET 2017
Candidates are required to apply online through the e-application only, available on the Institute’s website http://admissions.tiss.edu. Candidates from remote places where no internet and telecommunication facilities are available can get a printed copy of the application form from the Institute Candidates have to apply through the online application form only. Following are the steps involved in filling up the form After login candidates have to fill in their basic details, academic details and have to mention the programmes they wish to apply for in the order of preference

Syllabus for TISSNET 2017
There are 3 sections in the computer based TISSNET 2016 exam which are as follows:
•Social Sensitivity and Contemporary Issues
•Verbal Ability
•Analytical and Numerical Ability
The duration of the TISSNET 2017 exam will 1 hour 40 minutes and the number of questions is 100.

Now let us have a detailed look at the TISSNET 2017 Syllabus. TISSNET Syllabus – Social Sensitivity

The Social Sensitivity topic refers to the general awareness and current affairs regarding the social issues. The topics on which you can expect the questions are as follows:
•History
•Meaning of terms
•Social Activities and Movements
•Recent social issues
•Current affairs

TISSNET Syllabus – Verbal Ability
The Verbal or Language Ability section is similar to that of the other MBA entrance exams. The common topics from which the questions are asked in this section include the following:
•Reading Comprehension
•Analogy
•Acronyms
•Synonyms & Antonyms
•Fill in the blanks
For this section, reading is the best preparation methodology. Brush up your grammar and vocabulary skills.

TISSNET Syllabus – Quant and DI
This section is a combination of mathematics and Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning. The common topics that appear in this section are as follows:
•Time & Work
•Time & Distance
•Average
•Ratio
•BODMAS
•Square Root
•HCF, LCM
•Percentage
•Mixtures and Alligations

Paper pattern of TISS exam TISSNET:

Percentage wise breakup of topics:-
Quant: 15 questions out of 50 questions. This equals to 30%.
Verbal: 20 questions out of 50 questions. This equals to 40%.
GK: 15 questions out of 50 questions. This equals to 30%.
Exam pattern and rounds of TISSNET 2016:-
The Tata Institute of Social Sciences NET (National Entrance Test) is an online test held in basically two parts:

I Part:
The first part of the paper consists of objective type question on the following main sections:
Section A: Analytical and Numerical Ability (15 Questions)
Section B: Language Ability (20 Questions) and
Section C: Awareness of General and Social Issues (15 Questions)

II Part:
This part of the exam consists of analysis based questions to be solved in 60 minutes. This includes case lets and programme based questions and this is followed by a 20 minute Group Discussion to be completed in the given time frames by all the candidates. It has basically four sections covering the following topics under it:
I Section: DI (Data Interpretation) – 20 Questions
II Section: DS (Data Sufficiency) – 20 Questions
III Section: Reading Comprehension – 20 Questions and
IV Section: Business Knowledge and Foundation of Management—15 Questions

Marking Scheme for TISS:
The candidates will be given one mark for each correct answer attempted by them. There will be no negative marking in the Tata Institute of Social Sciences Entrance Exam.Total Distribution of Marks:
National Common Written Test: 100 Marks
Interview Test/ Group Discussion: 50 Marks
Personal Interview: 75 Marks
Total Marks Allotted: 225 Marks
Timing of Exam: 2 pm to 3:40 pm

TISSNET 2016 exam analysis:-
TISS was of easy to moderate difficulty level. The entrance exam for Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai for the MA in Human Resource programme was of 1 hour 40 minutes duration, conducted in computer based format. There were no section wise time limit and test takers were free to move to and fro across the sections. There was no negative marking scheme in the exam.

Now we will share the detailed section wise analysis.

Maths Quant and Logical Reasoning analysis of TISS exam
This section included 35 questions of easy to moderate difficulty level. Majority of the questions were on the topics of Geometry Mensuration, Numerical/Word series and Odd One Out. The other topics included Venn Diagrams, Permutation & Combination, Time and Work, Time and Distance, Ratio and Proportion, Percentage, Trigonometry, Interest and Numbers. Few questions were confusing and tricky in nature which posed trouble for the test takers.

Verbal ability section analysis of TISSNET exam
This section had 30 questions of moderate to tough difficulty level. The questions were a mix between Reading Comprehension and English Usage. The RC questions were inference based. Majority of the questions were from Fill in the Blanks. The other topics from English Usage included Analogy, Paragraph Formation and Inappropriate Usage of Words. Questions from Paragraph Formation and vocabulary were of higher level of difficulty.

Analysis of TISS General Awareness GK section
The questions from this section were of moderate difficulty level. Unlike the earlier TISSNET General Awareness questions, the questions were generic in nature. The topics of the General Awareness questions included History, Civics, Sports, Books and Author, Art and Movies. History consisted of maximum number of questions followed by Civics, Sports, Arts and Literature.

Tips for cracking TISSNET 2016
• TISSNET 2016 is not just about Quantitative Aptitude and Logical Reasoning. It covers nearly 30% of the paper, and most probably trend will continue this year.
• Language ability and General Awareness questions will cover 70% of the question paper. Neglecting these two sections will be the biggest mistake one could ever make.
• Last year, Time allotted for these 50 marks was 45 minutes. Plus there was a written test for 1 hour. This year time is 1 hour and 40 minutes (100 minutes) for 100 marks and test will be objective only. Most probably there will be 100 questions in TISSNET.
• Difficulty level of questions is easy to moderate.
• Emphasis of your preparation should be clearing the basic concepts, and solving the mock questions for application of these concepts.
• Reading comprehension and grammar practice should be part of your daily preparation.

TISS ACTUAL QUESTION PAPER:-
TISS paper is not given out as its online paper. So questions are not available outside. However Cetking mocks are based on actual TISS papers only.

Coaching classes for TISS exam TISSNET:
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Mock series for TISSNET:-
Student who are srious about there TISSNET preparation should be taking atleast 5 mocks before they sit for a actual TISSNET 2016 paper. Increase your score by upto 20 marks with Cetking TISS mock series.Along with the mocks Cetking provide mock strategies which are good enough to help.You increase your score in TISSNET 2016.See mock programms offered by CETKING here. Courses.cetking.com

Shortcuts for TISSNET:-
TISSNET exam is speed game not like college exam were we have to solve only 6 questions in 3 hours.Speed is the key factor for TISSNET 2016. Student can join Cetking shortcut workshops for all areas of TISSNET …Quant, Verbal, Logic and data interpretation. Cetking’s intensive workshops are designed to increse score by upto 40 marks in TISSNET.See demo shortcut videos by cetking here. http://www.cetking.com/demo-videos/

STUDY MATERIAL FOR TISSNET 2016:-
Study material creates a big impact on your preparation for TISSNET. Most of the topics in TISSNET syllabus are general math & English topics but require a different approach of preparation for TISSNET. Student commit general mistakes of spending too much time solving basic level questions which are never asked in TISSNET. Cetking has divided TISSNET preparation in 2 phases orange phase (basic) followed by blue books (TISSNET level), which is more than sufficient. You can buy Cetking books online on courses.cetking.com

Courses to apply through TISSNET
TISS Announces Admission to the 2016-18 batch of its Full-Time (Regular)
Post-Graduate Degree Programmes (M.A., M.Sc., MHA & MPH)
offered from Mumbai, Taljapur, Guwahati and Hyderabad campuses and other locations.
TISS offers 49 master’s degree programmes from its Mumbai, Tuljapur, Guwahati and Hyderabad campuses for the 2016-18 batch Candidates can apply for a maximum of three programmes across any of the two campuses indicating the order of preference.
However, the can opt for only a maximum of three programmes at TISS Mumbai

TISS Mumbai TISS Mumbai hosts 12 Schools as indicated below:
1. School of Management and Labour Studies conducts the following courses –
-M.A. in Human Resource Management & Labour Relations (formerly Personnel Management and Industrial Relations)
-M.A. in Social Entrepreneurship
-M.A. in Globalisation and Labour

2. School of Social Work conducts the following courses –
M. A. Social Work with Children & Families
M. A. Social Work in Criminology & Justice
M. A. Social Work in Community Organisation & Development Practice
M. A. Social Work in Dalit & Tribal Studies and Action
M. A. Social Work in Disability Studies & Action
M. A. Social Work in Livelihoods and Social Entrepreneurship
M. A. Social Work in Mental Health, M. A. Social Work in Public Health
M. A. Social Work in Women-Centred Practice

3. School of Development Studies conducts the following courses –
M.A. Development Studies
M.A. Women’s Studies

4. School of Health Systems Studies conducts the following courses –
Master of Health Administration (MHA)
Master of Hospital Administration (MHA)
Master of Public Health (MPH) in Social Epidemiology
Master of Public Health (MPH) in Health Policy

5. School of Habitat Studies conducts the following courses –
M.A. / M.Sc. in Climate Change and Sustainability Studies
M.A. / M.Sc. in Urban Policy and Governance
M.A. / M.Sc. in Regulatory Governance
M.A. / M.Sc. in Water Policy and Governance

6. School of Media and Cultural Studies conducts the following courses –
M.A. in Media and Cultural Studies
Post-graduate Diploma in Community Media

7. School of Law, Rights and Constitutional Governance conducts the following course –
L.L.M. in Access to Justice

8. School of Education conducts the following course –
M.A. in Education (Elementary)
School for Vocational Education
Jamsetji Tata Centre for Disaster Management

9. School of Human Ecology
School of Research Methodology

In addition to the 9 schools, there are 6 Independent Centres, and 3 Resource Centres as indicated below:
Independent Centres
Centre for Education Innovation and Action Research
Centre for Excellence on Adolescents and Youth
Centre for Lifelong Learning
Centre for Studies in Sociology of Education
Centre for Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policies
Centre for Library and Information Management & SDTM Library

Resource Centres
Computer Centre
Publications Unit
Sir Dorabji Tata Memorial Library

TISS Tuljapur offers:
1.Integrated B.A & M.A in Social Sciences/Social Work*
2.M.A Social Work in Rural Development
3.M.A. in Development Policy, Planning & Practices
4.M.A. in Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship
5.M.A/M.Sc in Sustainable Livelihoods, Natural Resources Management And Governance

TISS Hyderabad offers a number of teaching programmes at master level.
1.Masters in Rural Development and Governance
2.Masters in Education
3.Masters in Public Policy and Governance
4.Masters in Women’s Studies
5.Masters in Development Studies
6.Integrated programme of B.A in Social Sciences and M.A of choice
TISS Hyderabad also offers Integrated MPhil & PhD in Women’s Studies and Education, and direct PhD in Social Sciences.

It is proposed that TISS Hyderabad campus will run the following programmes in the future:
1.Masters in Climate Change and Natural Resources Management
2.Masters in Human Resources Management
3.Masters in Social Policy and Development

TISS Mumbai hosts 12 Schools as indicated below:
School of Management and Labour Studies conducts the following courses –
M.A. in Human Resource Management & Labour Relations (formerly Personnel Management and Industrial Relations)
M.A. in Social Entrepreneurship
M.A. in Globalisation and Labour

School of Social Work conducts the following courses –

M. A. Social Work with Children & Families
M. A. Social Work in Criminology & Justice
M. A. Social Work in Community Organisation & Development Practice
M. A. Social Work in Dalit & Tribal Studies and Action
M. A. Social Work in Disability Studies & Action
M. A. Social Work in Livelihoods and Social Entrepreneurship
M. A. Social Work in Mental Health, M. A. Social Work in Public Health
M. A. Social Work in Women-Centred Practice

School of Development Studies conducts the following courses –

M.A. Development Studies
M.A. Women’s Studies

School of Health Systems Studies conducts the following courses –

Master of Health Administration (MHA)
Master of Hospital Administration (MHA)
Master of Public Health (MPH) in Social Epidemiology
Master of Public Health (MPH) in Health Policy

School of Habitat Studies conducts the following courses –

M.A. / M.Sc. in Climate Change and Sustainability Studies
M.A. / M.Sc. in Urban Policy and Governance
M.A. / M.Sc. in Regulatory Governance
M.A. / M.Sc. in Water Policy and Governance

TISS Tuljapur TISS Tuljapur in the Osmanabad district of Maharashtra was set up with support from the Government of Maharashtra in 1986.

TISS Tuljapur offers:

1.Integrated B.A & M.A in Social Sciences/Social Work*
2.M.A Social Work in Rural Development
3.M.A. in Development Policy, Planning & Practices
4.M.A. in Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship
5.M.A/M.Sc in Sustainable Livelihoods, Natural Resources Management And Governance

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