The selection process at TISS consists of Written Ability Test (WAT) followed by Personal Interview.
Feedback - Written Ability Test (WAT)
Average Duration: 30 min
- Encouraging entrepreneurship in India; Violence against women.
- India needs more implementers than Planners; Union Budget 2016.
- Justice delayed is justice denied; Implementation of Aadhaar card
Feedback - Personal Interview
Average Duration: 10-15 min
No. of Panelists: 3
- Excerpts From Interview 1(BE-Mechanical) - Tell me something about yourself, Why HRM and LR from TISS, Tell us about labor issues and trade unions in India, What are the major trade unions in India and their political affiliations, What is your work profile and tell us about the organization, Why do you want to leave your job and pursue MBA, What are the difficulties and delays that you faced while doing this job, What are the fundamental differences between the functioning of a hospital and that of a bank, Which other college interviews have you attended/ will attend, What are your hobbies, Which genre do you prefer reading, Tell us about the last book you read, Who was the protagonist of the story?
- Excerpts from Interview 2 - (BE IT with Work Ex in IT sector)-Introduce yourself, Tell us about your interests, Tell us about some happenings in India and World, Why have you preferred TISS exam over other MBA exams, Tell us something about your hometown & state, What is so special about the place, When was it formed, What is the political situation there, What 3 things you would do if you became a chief minister, How would you solve the social issues there, What is so unique of the people of there, What’s the reason for the high burnout, How would solve this problem as an HR, Did you have appraisal, Did you like your appraisal process of the company, Do you believe that we live twice, What are your views on women empowerment, Should past performance be used to judge future performance, Why HR, What’s the meaning of work-life balance.
- Excerpts from Interview 3 - Tell us about yourself, Why are you applying for HR after engineering, Is it a financial decision, Are you a good problem solver, Make a truth table for IF P then Q, What books have you read recently, Tell us their authors, One specific example of where you could apply your engineering skills in HR, How do you teach Math to a kid who hates it and is bad at it, How do you use Origami to teach Values and Mindsets, your views on Rohit Vemula case.
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