Tata Institute Of Social Sciences is one of the best institutions in Mumbai and India as well. TISS is the oldest institution in Asia that offers a professional social work degree. In India, Social work degree is something that is developing with increasing demand. So many students wish and desire to study social sciences as a degree. Are you also? No matter your answer it is yes or no but once you go through this article you will learn a lot and it will help you to understand Social work more deeply.
Why social work to salary package every single thing and query will be the part of this Article. So let’s Begin it. This YouTube video helps you to find out Top 5 Government Engineering colleges.
Tata Institute Of Social Sciences
Tata Institute of Social Sciences is a multi-campus public research university in Mumbai, India. It is Asia’s oldest institute for professional social work education and was founded in 1936 in the Bombay Presidency of British India as the Sir Dorabji Tata Graduate School of Social Work by the Sir Dorabji Tata Trust.
VN Purav Marg, Deonar, Chembur, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400088
According to India Today 2021 Magazine Tata Institute Of Social Sciences is the best Social work college of India. TISS has been awarded the highest ranking – Diamond Ranking (Overall) – in the QS-I Gauge rating Process.
Tata Institute Of Social Sciences has 4 campuses – Mumbai, Tuljapur, Hyderabad, and Guwahati. But the TISS located in Mumbai is Ranked as the best institution of social work in India.
Why Social Sciences
Because social science is the only Field which gives you a salary and chance to work for those who are needy. In Hospitals, schools and NGOs, etc.
Tata Institute Of Social Sciences offered so many different MA/MSC courses.
List of courses offered by TISS
- M.A. Social Work With Children and Families
- M.A. Social Work in Community Organisation and Development Practice
- M.A. Social Work in Criminology and Justice
- M.A. Social Work in Dalit and Tribal Studies and Action
- M.A. Social Work in Disability Studies and 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
- M.A. Labour Studies and Practices
- M.A. Human Resources Management and Labour Relations
- M.A. Social Entrepreneurship
- M.A. Organisation Development, Change and
- Master of Hospital Administration
- Master of Public Health in Health Administration
- Master of Public Health in Health Policy, Economics, and Finance
- Master of Public Health in Social Epidemiology
- M.A. Development Studies M.A. Women’s Studies
- M.A. Education (Elementary)
- M.A./ M.Sc. Environment, Climate Change, and Sustainability Studies M.A./M.Sc. Regulatory Policy and Governance
- M.A./M.Sc. Urban Policy and Governance
- M.A./M.Sc. Water Policy and Governance
The Fees of the Tata Institute Of Social Sciences are quite high. But not so much. The average fee for Different courses is 3-5 lakh. It depends on the student who is choosing the course and whether facilities like hostels are taken or not.
Tata Institute Of Social Sciences has hostel facilities. Students came there from various states of India, so it’s important to have a hostel.
You often hear about placements offered by different universities but you rarely hear that any university has a 100% placement record. But yes, TISS provides 100% to the student of all the programs.
If you are planning your future in social sciences just go to the Tata Institute Of Social Sciences. It gives you everything that your field and you require.
The SC/ST and Equal Opportunity Cells
In 1986, TISS set up a Student Services Cell with financial assistance from the then Ministry of Welfare, GoI, to assist SC and ST students in improving their academic performance and optimising their personal and social development. In 1988, the Institute obtained the approval of the UGC to set up a Special Cell for SCs and STs, which began functioning from 1989.
The 1998 UGC Guidelines directed all educational institutions and Universities receiving grant-in-aid from the UGC to establish Cells not only for the SCs and STs, but also for Other Backward Classes (OBCs), Persons with Disability (PWD), and religious minorities. The purpose of these Cells was to help the University/Colleges/Institutions concerned implement the reservation policy with regard to admission of students, as well as recruitment of teaching and non-teaching staff at various levels. With a view to accommodate all this under one umbrella and for better coordination and functioning, the Social Protection Office (SPO) of TISS was established in 2012. The SPO was managed by a faculty member designated as Liaison Officer-cum-Dean.
In 2018, based on meetings with the National Commission of Scheduled Tribes, the Institute decided to divide the work of the SPO into two different Cells, viz., the SC/ST Cell to deal with the issues of the SC and ST students, teaching and non-teaching staff, and the Equal Opportunity Cell to deal with the issues of OBCs, Religious Minorities, PWD, Kashmiri Migrants and kin of Armed Forces.
By: Geetu Katyal