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Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) conducts a National Entrance Test (NET) exam known as TISSNET. The exam is conducted for all Masters programmes offered in TISS campuses at Mumbai, Tuljapur, Hyderabad, Guwahati, IMHST Chennai, MHAT Calicut and G-SET Ranchi.

Step 1: Fill the Application form
Candidates willing to appear for TISSNET Exam need to fill in the application form. Candidates must note that the same can be done online only by visiting the official website.
The application fee for TISSNET Exam is Rs 1030. Candidates interested in filling the application form can pay the fee by any of the following modes:
• Net Banking
• Credit Card
• Debit Card

Step 2: Download TISSNET Admit Card
Candidates who register successfully for the exam will receive their admit cards from December onwards. The same can be downloaded from the official website of TISS. Candidates must remember that the admit card is an important document that needs to be carried to the exam hall.

Step 3: Appear for TISSNET
Once the aspirant registers successfully for the exam and receives the admit card, he/she needs to appear for the exam. The exam has been scheduled for the month of January. The test will be conducted for 1 hour 40 minutes, and test-takers will be asked questions related to Social Sensitivity, Logical Reasoning, Analytical Ability, and Knowledge on Contemporary issues.

Step 4: Check TISSNET Result
Test-takers can get to know about the result of the exam on February. The result has been declared on the official website of TISS. Candidates can view their scorecards by entering their user ID and password.

Step 5: Pre-Interview Test / Group Discussion (GD)
Candidates who clear TISSNET exam are called for the Pre-Interview Test (PIT) / Group Discussion round. The PIT can be conducted in the form of a Written Test or a Group Discussion. The duration of PIT is generally 35-40 minutes. For some courses, the PIT consists of 2 sections- Essay writing and a short case study with questions based on it.

Step 6: Personal Interview (PI)
Candidates who clear the PIT/GD round are then called for the Personal Interview. Here, candidates are asked questions about their past academic record, the program for which they have applied, and their future plans.