ZEKAI SIM MAH LEH…Tata Institute of Social Sciences toh kisai I theih vek sa uh himah leh tukum a pan a paidan uh khek a hon neih zek ziak un lunglut na nei te a ding theih tuak bangzah hiam om hi. Nidan gin BSW chi’n ki la mah leh tukum a pat a paidan uh hon khek uhi. Theih tuak tamlou te copy paste ni awle:
Pawl 12 zou te a ding in programme hichin hon khek uhi.
Five Year Integrated Programme
B.A. in Social Sciences (3 years) (2012–15)
Masters in Arts (2 years) (2015–17)
Nidang in BSW chi’n Tuljapur, Osmadabad District, Maharastra ah ki zil a tun campus thum nei ta uh hi mumbai campus chih louh in. Tuljapur, Hyderabad leh Guwahati ahi.
BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN SOCIAL SCIENCES (2012–2015)
The TISS announces the launch of a B.A. programme in Social Sciences from the 2012–2013 academic year. This three-year undergraduate liberal arts programme will focus on the humanistic aspects of Social Sciences blended with Science—the imaginative, creative aspect, and the aspect of rigorous critical thought. This undergraduate programme will create a strong foundation using social, economic, political, cultural, social psychological and environmental theories drawn from all social science disciplines. The students will also study mathematics and take foundational courses in biological, physical and chemical sciences and languages in addition to philosophy of research, research methodology, logic and history.
§ The B.A. Social Sciences programme is being offered at the TISS Hyderabad, TISS Guwahati and TISS Tuljapur campuses.
§ A student who successfully completes the credited and non-credited requirements of the three-year (six semester) programme will be awarded a B.A. Social Sciences degree.
§ The graduating students can exercise one of the two options: move out of the TISS campus with the B.A. Degree; or move to any of the Masters programmes offered by the same campus.
§ Students opting to pursue a Master’s Programme in the same TISS campus from where they obtained their Bachelors degree can do so without appearing for an entrance test for any of the Masters degree programme offered in the same TISS campus. Those who wish to shift to another TISS campus must go through admission test for lateral entry to any of the Masters programmes of that campus.
§ A tentative list of Masters degree programmes to become available for the batch graduating in 2015 in each of the campuses is listed below. A framework for allotment to masters programmes will be announced by December 2012.
Candidates desirous of pursuing the B.A. Social Sciences programme in any of the three campuses it is being offered from will have to appear for a common TISS Bachelors Admission Test (TISS-BAT).
§ Students should have passed 12th Class or Intermediate in any subject stream from a recognised Board in one attempt (no compartments).
§ Candidates who have appeared for their H.S.C final exams and are awaiting results are also eligible to apply. Final pass result should be produced at the time of joining the programme, if selected.
Candidate should be less than 20 years of age at the time of appearing for the TISS-BAT, as on June 10, 2012. Applications from candidates over this age will not be entertained.
The total intake is 180 seats or 60 seats for each of the Tuljapur, Guwahati and Hyderabad campuses of TISS.
Reservation of seats is as per GoI requirements: 15% for Scheduled Castes, 7.5% for Scheduled Tribes and 27% for Other Backward Classes (Non-Creamy Layer). Supernumerary Seats: 3% for Persons With Disability; 1% for Kashmiri Migrants; and 15% for international students.
The TISS Guwahati Campus has been established with support from the Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region (MDONER), GoI, for the benefit of students from eight States in the region. The agreement with MDONER provides 66% of the seats to be proportionately distributed amongst those eight States (seats allocated to each of the states will follow the reservation norms of that State); and 34% of the seats for students from rest of India (GoI reservation norms applied to these seats).
Candidates can apply to the B.A. programme in any one campus only. Transfers between the campuses are not permitted
Candidates fulfilling the eligibility criteria should apply for the programme online and those found eligible (upon verification of all the information given), will be called for an Entrance Test.
Entrance Test: An online entrance test will be held on June 10, 2012, in a number of Centres across the country. Candidates have to take an online test at the Centre of their preference indicated in the application. (more info in Section 9) 5.1.1 Candidates with visual impairment will be given extra time and a reader to support their appearance at the entrance test. Necessary information has to be provided in the application form itself. These candidates would be invited to designated Centres other than the Centre they may have indicated in the application.
Model and marks of the entrance test: The entrance test will be of 90 minutes duration
and the total marks will be 100. The written test has four sections and will examine a
candidate in English language proficiency, logical and analytical reasoning, current events
and social awareness.
English language proficiency (25 marks): This section will consist of antonyms and synonyms, verbal analogies, reading comprehension and similar objective questions
Logical and Analytical reasoning (25 marks): This section will test the candidate’s ability to think logically and analyse a problem and find a solution for it. This section will contain quantitative reasoning as well.
Current Events (25 marks): This section will consist of questions pertaining to current events (this includes politics, social events, international events, geographical information).
Social Awareness & Perspectives (25 marks): This section will consist of questions which will assess the candidates understanding of issues of social relevance. A merit list for each of the categories based on the marks obtained in the Entrance Test will be prepared and announced through TISS website and email communication
All candidates are required to apply online through the E-application only, available on
ZOMI TE A DING IN APPLICATION FEE OM KEI DING (ST/SC) GEN SAU KEI LENG LE THEI SIAM VEK NI.
§ Candidates submitting E-application in multiple numbers will be disqualified.
§ Processing fee paid by the candidates will not be refunded if they are found to be ineligible for the programme
§ Incomplete application forms and forms with inconsistent information will be rejected.
§ Applications received after the due date will not be considered and the processing fee paid will also not be refunded.
IMPORTANT SCANNED DOCUMENTS REQUIRED TO BE UPLOADED
WHILE FILLING UP THE APPLICATION FORM
81 X Standard Marksheet
8.2 XI Standard Marksheet
8.3 XII Standard Marksheet (if already passed)
Candidates who have completed their Class XII CBSE, ISC or Intermediate course should send either a copy of their marks sheet showing their results or provisional/completion certificate issued by the college. Candidates should have cleared their Class XII or
equivalent in one attempt, between 2010 and 2012.
8.4. Appearance Bonafide Certificate, if result is not declared
Candidates whose results are awaited should send an appearance bonafide certificate issued by the Principal/Vice- Principal of their college stating that they have appeared for all the examinations of Class XII (specimen attached).
Caste/Tribe/OBC (Non-Creamy Certificate)
Caste/Tribe/Income Certificates are valid only if issued by the Revenue Officer, Tahsildar, Block Development Officer Or District Collector. Income certificate should indicate annual income for preceding year / last financial year – April 2011 to March 2012.
All candidates should compulsorily send the income certificate of their parents/guardians in the form of salary certificate issued by their employer OR previous year's Income Tax return filed by the parents, OR pension order OR income certificate issued by the employer on the company's letterhead. Applications received without proof of income will not be considered and the processing fee will not be refunded.
Passport size photograph
One digital photograph
1. The photograph should be a recent colour photograph taken against a plain background.
2. The photograph should show only your face and shoulders.
3. The photograph should not have any other object or person in part or full.
4. This photograph will be used on your entrance examination admit card for identification. If it
is found to be inappropriate in any manner, you may not be allowed to write the entrance
Admission Test Schedule & List of Centres
The online admission test across 23 centres in India will be conducted on 10th JUNE 2012.
The list of the Centres is as follows:
Kochi Panjim Vijayawada
Bangalore Delhi Kolkata Patna Visakhapatnam
Bhopal Guwahati Lucknow Pune
Jaipur Nagpur Varanasi
Request for change in the date for the Entrance Test will not be considered
Information about Entrance Test centres:
1. You are expected to give your preference for two centres in the online application
2. You cannot change this choice through a phone call or email or in person
3. The Institute reserves the right to direct you to one of the Centres chosen by you or to
4. The entrance tests are conducted at the designated Centres on computers. If the situation demands, candidates will be informed to take the test on a hardcopy form. Such a change, if arises, will be communicated to the candidate through an email
5. The website www.BA-socialsciences.tiss.edu will also carry updated information.
6. A demo version of the test will be uploaded by early June, for the candidates to be familiar with the test.
Travel reimbursements for SC and ST Candidates
Reimbursement of Traveling Allowance (TA): If the SC/ST/OBC (NC) candidates, appearing for the Written Tests + Personal Interview of any of the Institute degree programmes for the first time, are unemployed and their parent's/guardian's income was Rs.2 lakhs or below (for SC/ST) and Rs.44,500 or below (for OBC(NC)) during the financial year 2011-12 and have submitted a certificate to this effect, they will be provided to and fro travel expenses (Second Class Railway or State Transport Bus fare) immediately after the written test is over at every Centre. The reimbursement of the travel expenses will be subject to their submission of the original tickets. It will be the responsibility of the SC, ST and OBC candidates to fill in the TA form provided along with a photocopy of the call letter for the Written Test before they appear for it and collect the money as soon as the test gets over. The local eligible candidates are not entitled for traveling reimbursement.