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I have done a long distance course from Tata institute of social sciences from Arena animation in Gurugram. Teachers and the studies are very good, and they always provide help whereever and whenever a student needs. I have seen the college and it's infrastructure is amazing. Everything is well managed here.
I have done a course in film making and editing . The teachers and helpful and kind. Our syllabus and study was up to date and also what we study helps us in our job or for self employment. In the long distance course also have strict rules which are good for students enhancement
Placements are really good. If we do B voc. Course we get placed after 1st semester. Facility helps us to build our resume and they send our resumes at different work places to help us in our placements.
The cost of my course was ₹25,000 per semester. As we have to do internships in our every semester and by doing so we gain much experience. This is why it is worth doing.
I have done a long distance course but as I know and when I have visited college it seems that the campus life their was pretty good. Students were happy, also infrastructure and facilities provided their are decent.
It is/was a nice experience studying here.
College is having all necessary infrastructure regarding academic purposes but when it comes to sports, it lack adequate resources like Playground and all. Classroom are equiped with advanced technology.
Currently i am pursuing my masters in livelihood and social entrepreneurship .Quality of teaching is very good and institute also ranked number one in social work education. curriculum is good enough to allign with contemporary times.
the placement for different schools differ accordingly. In school of social work you can say avg. package is 5-6 LPA. placement cell is very prompt and has been working very good in recent years. college is very supportive when it comes to placements.
The fees has been increased very highly in last 5-6 years. My course cost around 3L for 2 years.
Campus is one of the best thing about tiss mumbai. diversity in its zenith. Student do engage in curricular as well as in extra curricular activities.
Its been a great journey till now for me.. a lot has been gained in terms of learning from the campus.
TISS mumbai has 2 campuses, new and old. Both campuses are absolutely beautiful, green and serene! The academic buildings for lectures are marvelous, spacious, with ACs in some, projectors in most, good benches and chairs. Apart from lecture halls, there is a 6 floor library, a dedicated gymkhana, 2 canteens, badminton, volleyball courts, a central area for students to sit, talk and do their work in their free time, a good amphitheater and so on. Digital infra is commendable too.
I'm a student of public health at tiss. The curriculum is broad, with heavy focus on public health. there are 3 compulsory internships which give practical hands-on exposure and training to public health students. their evaluation system consists of assignments and theory exams. Teaching method is a good mix of conventional blackboard and audio visual systems. Professors are experienced and can translate their knowledge effectively, although every college has professors we might not be fond of.
In public health, placements are completely student driven. However, faculties do help out when the need be. A dedicated placement committee is elected, who works towards placement procedures. All students get placed at the end of the 2 year masters program.
TISS is renowned for its public health course all over the country. Fees is not alot, because tiss receives grants from UGC. It is an absolute value for money, especially considering the ROI and quality of education.
In TISS students are exposed to diverse students coming from all parts of the country and with different graduation specialization. Once in TISS, one has to be politically savvy and mindful. people have different opinions on many things, and often conflicts may arise. Apart from that campus life is amazing. Campus is open all night, there are events happening almost everyday. You can make amazing friends from different demographics and know more about culture, attitudes, political leanings, etc.
TISS is famous for its flagship course HR&LM, but it also has other 50 courses to offer, ODCL, Public health, hospital administration, social work, law, urban policy, etc are a few to name. Each course is unique in its own way. If you get an option for TISS, go ahead!
Dear aspirant !
Hope you are doing well ! Admission to courses is based on a valid score in TISS-NET followed by TISS-PAT and an online interview round . Final admission is given to students who become a part of the merit list released by the institute . You can also get direct admission TISS management quota seats or NRI quota seats can help you getting direct admission in MBA or LLM management programs . Hence, if you are assuming that if you can't score well in TISSNET, you may not be able to get admission, but it's not true..
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Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai was established in 1936. Before 1944 TISS was known as Sir Dorabji Tata Graduate School of Social Work.
The College offers Under Graduation degree courses, Post Graduation degree courses etc.
Your profile suggests that you are B School aspirant in Graduation, so I'm providing information based on it.
List of Courses offered by Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai are given below.
>>Master of Arts
>>Bachelor of Science
>>Post Graduation Diploma
>>Master of Science
>>Bachelor of Arts
>>Master of Business Administration
>>Bachelor of Business Administration
You can get more information about courses offered by Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai using below mentioned link.
I hope this information was helpful to you.
When it comes to choosing the ideal college for BA in social sciences especially in India, TISS should be your most logical choice in all aspects.
BA in social sciences from TISS will give you an edge as TISS has courses for Masters and PhD as well. I personally know a lot of my classmates who came to TISS for their Bachelors and they never left. So there shouldn't be any doubts about the college's brand image and reputation.
As far as social sciences as a field of study goes, I personally did my graduation in commerce which I now regret. Social sciences is a very broad field culminating psychology, sociology, rural development, philosophy, policy, economics, finance, administration and several other fields. This helps in gaining a wider perspective and knowledge on what's happening in the world.
According to me, social sciences is the field of the future along with technology and engineering. So if you want to jump into a field which excites you and where there are no saturation levels, social science is the way to go.
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