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Hi every1, can anyone guide me how to prepare for tiss exams?.....wat books should i refer?.....even wanted to know abt d selection procedure... Thanks Nishi
From India, Mumbai
Dear Ms. Nishita,
As desired by you.

Selection Procedure

Eligibility:-A Bachelor's Degree of minimum 3-year duration or equivalent grade (under the 10+2+3 or 10+2+4 or 10+2+2+1 year bridge course pattern of study or any other pattern fulfilling the mandatory requirement of 15 years of formal education) in any discipline with minimum aggregate marks of 50% (40% for Scheduled Castes [SCs] and Scheduled Tribes [STs]) from a recognised University.

Those satisfying the eligibility requirements will be assessed for selection (Total Marks = 200) through the following:
  1. <LI class=style51>Objective Test (70 Marks): The Objective Test includes numerical ability, analytical ability, socio-economic awareness, business knowledge and logical reasoning. The time allotted is 90 minutes. <LI class=styl1>Those satisfying the eligibility requirements will be assessed for selection (Total Marks = 200) through the following:
    1. <LI class=style51>Objective Test (70 Marks): The Objective Test includes numerical ability, analytical ability, socio-economic awareness, business knowledge and logical reasoning. The time allotted is 90 minutes. <LI class=style51>Group Discussion (30 Marks): The Group Discussion (GD) aims at assessment of knowledge about contemporary issues in the field and sensitivity to social issues expressed orally in English in a group situation. The time allotted is 25 minutes.
    2. Personal Interview (75 Marks): To become eligible for the GD and Personal Interview (PI), a general candidate should secure a minimum combined score of 43 marks (35 marks for SCs and ST) in the Objective Test to be considered for the GD and PI.
    3. Academic Background (25 Marks) : Marks are awarded to each applicant on the basis of overall percentage of marks secured in the Bachelor's Degree Examination and the maximum marks are 25. However, high academic achievement is not the only criterion on which the candidate will be selected.
Please note that you can also refer to web site of TISS.
You can also go thro R.S.Agarwal's book desined for Maths and Reasoning.

Thanks and Regards,
Nishi Kant

From India, Jharsuguda
hi all.can any 1 help me for quick tips for tiss 2009(14 dec) with previous :confused::confused::confused: papers.
From India, Pune
Hi all,
I m preparing for TISS 2009.Please help me with previous year question papers of TISS or please tell me where i will get the question papers.
can anyone tell me name of one good book for social awareness.
Waiting for a good reply.:icon1:

From India, Calcutta
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