TISSNET Admissions 2019 Notification Expected Soon
The Tata Institute of Social Sciences will release the TISSNET Admissions 2019 notification soon. 

While the TISS MA admissions will be held on January 19 next year, students can register online. 

How to register for TISS NET 2019?
The simple application process to apply for TISS NET 2019 is given below. 
Step 1: Visit admissions.tiss.edu. 
Step 2: Go to the TISS NET 2019 notification mentioning the application process. 
Step 3: Read the instructions and apply accordingly. 

Exam pattern
General Awareness - 40 marks
English Proficiency - 30 marks
Maths and Logical Reasoning- 30 marks

Tata Institute of Social Sciences will issue TISSNET admissions 2019 notification soon.
To get latest information, students should keep track on www.tiss.edu. 

Note: Please note that http://www.tiss.edu and http://admissions.tiss.edu are the official websites of TISS for candidates seeking information about the MA, Integrated M Phil – Ph D Direct PhD and Short Term Programmes admissions and the institute does not take responsibility and guarantee the authenticity of any content published on sites other than these. Furthermore, the institute does not have any collaboration with sites or portals or coaching classes claiming to provide coaching for the TISS entrance examination.

Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam has recently sought Union HRD Minister Prakash Javdekar's intervention to resolve ongoing protests by the students at four campuses of the Tata Institute Of Social Sciences. 

The students have been protesting at the TISS campuses in Mumbai, Tuljapur (in Maharashtra), Hyderabad, and Guwahati since February 21 against the Central government's move to stop the Post-Matric Scholarship Scheme catering to reserved category students.

In a letter to Javdekar, Nirupam said the students belonging to SC/ST and OBC communities are suffering because of the withdrawal of the scheme.

"The fee-exemption was introduced after the government had recognised the hardships faced by students belonging to the SC/ ST and OBC communities who till then only had meagre scholarships to bank on," he said in the letter.