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TISSNET 2022 Exam Pattern

TISSNET Exam Pattern – Important Features

  • The TISSNET exam is a computer-based test (CBT).
  • The TISSNET Exam Pattern is an objective type.
  • A candidate gets 100 minutes to solve 100 questions.
  • The TISSNET Exam Pattern comprises 3 sections, namely English Proficiency, Mathematical Skills & logical reasoning and General Awareness.
  • These sections are further divided into 6 subsections in total.
  • According to the TISSNET Exam Pattern, GK has a maximum weightage (40%). GK also has a sub-sectional cut off of 35%, i.e. a candidate must attain a minimum of 14 marks out of 40 in the General Awareness Section.
  • According to the TISSNET Exam Pattern, a candidate has to clear 3 rounds of the TISSNET to get into the final merit list.
  • The written examination is the first round of the TISSNET selection process, followed by PIT (Pre Interview Test) and PI (Personal Interview.)
  • According to the TISSNET Exam Pattern, only the qualified candidates of the TISSNET written exam are called for the second round of PIT (Pre Interview Test) and PI (Personal Interview).
  • PIT (Pre Interview Test) is conducted in a written test or a group discussion form.
  • After PIT, an online personal interview is conducted.
  • PIT & PI are held separately for each campus of TISS.
  • The Final Merit List is released only after the completion of these rounds.
  • If two candidates score the same in the final merit list, then tie-breaker criteria are used.
  • In case of a tie, firstly, the candidate's PI marks are compared; if they too are the same, then scores of PIT are compared; if that too are the same, then the scores of NET are considered, and if that too is the same, then the candidate older is given preference.
  • The mode of instruction is English.

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TISSNET Exam Pattern in tabulated form is as follows:

TISSNETPattern
ModeComputer-Based Online Test
Question TypeMultiple Choice
Number Of Sections3
Number of Subsections6
Area of TestingGeneral Awareness (GA)
English Proficiency (EP)
Mathematical Skills & Logical Reasoning (MS&LR)
Duration1 Hour 40 Minutes (100 Minutes)
Number of Questions100

The sectional division pattern of the exam is as follows:

SectionNumber of SubsectionsSubsectionsNumber of QuestionsMarks
English Proficiency (EP)2Verbal Ability
Reading Comprehension
3030
Mathematical Skills & Logical Reasoning (MS&LR)3Quantitative Aptitude
Logical Reasoning
Data Interpretation
3030
General Awareness (GA)1General Knowledge4040

Marking Scheme Based on the TISSNET Exam Pattern

  • TISSNET will be of a total of 100 marks.
  • One Mark will be awarded for each correct answer.
  • No mark deduction - for the wrong answer.
  • No mark deduction-  for non-attempt.

TISSNET Pattern - Section Cutoff

Components / SectionsSectional Cut-off (SCO)*
English proficiencyNil
Mathematics and Logical reasoningNil
General Awareness(GA)- 35% (14 Marks) for Gen, EWS, KM, and AF
- 30% (12 Marks) for OBC (NC) and PWD
No Sectional Cut off for SC/ST

FAQs

Is TISS affiliated with any University?

TISS is a “Deemed to be University” established under Section 3 of the UGC Act 1956.

How many times can one appear for the TISSNET exam? +

A candidate can appear as many times as he/she wishes to.

Is there any minimum qualifying marks required for the TISSNET exam? +

Yes, minimum-qualifying marks for written test is 35 per cent (for SC/ST) and 45 per cent (for others). However, scoring mere qualifying marks in the written test does not guarantee a seat for a programme.

In which format, questions are asked in TISSNET exam? +

In TISSNET exam, questions are asked in MCQ format.

How can the application form of TISSNET MBA 2022 be finally submitted if opted for offline payment? +

Candidates will have to send the duly filled application form by the speed post to the below address:
Assistant Registrar (Academic),
Tata Institute of Social Sciences,
Deonar Mumbai, 400 088.

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