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Organisation : Tata Institute of Social Sciences
Announcement : Download Admit Card
Entrance Test : TISS Bachelor’s Admission Test (TISS-BAT) 2017
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Download Admit Card :
A computer based entrance test will be held on April 30, 2017 at designated Test Centres.
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** Candidates are expected to give preference for one centre in the online application.
** Candidates cannot change this choice through a phone call or email or in person.
** The Institute reserves the right to direct the candidate to one of the Centres chosen by the candidate or to another nearest Centre.
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List of Test Cities :
The entrance test will be held in 21 cities and candidates need to specify any one city. Each city may have more than one centre depending on the number of applicants. The admit card will have this information.
Sr. No | Test City*
Model and marks of the entrance test :
** The entrance test will be of 90 minutes duration and the total marks will be 100.
** Part A will be a 60 minute test with multiple choice questions on current affairs, social awareness and logical and analytical reasoning, carrying 60 marks.
** Part –B will be a written test with a set of descriptive questions in English. Candidate is expected to write two short answers in 30 minutes carrying 40 marks. It is compulsory for the candidates to attempt both the parts.
** Both Part A & Part B will have separate cut off marks for evaluation.