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Admit Cards Released for TISSNET 2016
The Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) released the admit cards for National Entrance Test (NET) 2016 at the official website.
TISS-NET will be a computer based examination and is to be held on 9 January 2016. The test timing will be 2 PM to 3:40 PM. This entrance test is computer based and it comprises of objective questions which are based on topics like Logical Reasoning, Knowledge on Contemporary Issues, Analytical Ability, and Social Sciences. The total time allotted for this test is one hour and forty minutes.
A maximum of three programs can be applied for, across any 2 of the TISS campuses as well as other locations. Another point to be noted is that the TISSNET scores are accepted by only TISS Mumbai. There will be 39 centers all across the Indian subcontinent, where the exam is scheduled to be held.
Question Paper Pattern
There will be a single question paper for the candidates applying for a single or multiple programs. A total of 100 questions will be there and the time duration for the examination will be 100 minutes. This also includes candidates choosing HRM in combination with other programs.
The question paper will carry objective type questions and candidates with an elementary knowledge of computers can apply for the test. Questions regarding English Proficiency, Logical Reasoning, Analytical Ability, and General Knowledge will be asked. There will be 40 marks carried by the General Awareness portion; and 30 marks each for English Proficiency, Mathematics, and Logical Reasoning.
There will be no deduction of marks for wrongly answered questions, including HRM.
Apart from Masters in Social Work, there are many other Masters programs that are offered in TISS campuses at Mumbai, G-SET Ranchi, MHAT Calicut, IMHST Chennai, Guwahati, Hyderabad, and Tuljapur.
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