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Updated on
February 28, 2022

Latest Update:  TISSNET 2022 exam was conducted on February 26, 2022 from 2 PM to 3.40 PM. The exam was rated a bit less difficult than last year. Below is shared the complete TISSNET Analysis 2022 by MBAUniverse.com reflecting key changes in TISSNET 2022 exam pattern, difficulty level, expected cut offs and other important details.

 

TISSNET 2022 Analysis with cut offs will help you to assess your performance, expected chances of shortlisting by Tata Institute of Social Science in M.A HR in TISS based on the online computer based TISSNET 2022 exam.

 

This year Tata Institute of Social Sciences announced number of changes in TISSNET and the selection process for MA programmes offered by TISS.  TISSNET 2022 exam analysis from other experts and TISSNET coaching centres like IMS is also shared below. Important TISSNET 2022 exam analysis by experts which are made available are:

  • TISSNET Analysis by MBAUniverse.com
  • TISSNET Analysis by IMS

TISSNET Analysis 2022 by MBAUniverse.com
Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) offers admission to various management programmes at its different campuses through TISSNET. TISSNET 2022 is an online CBT exam comprising MCQ type questions. This year candidates had to appear in TISSMAT and TISSPAT after getting shortlisted for PI round based on TISSNET for admission to 2022-24 batch in specific Masters’ Programmes.

 

Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) conducted TISS NET in 40 centres located in different parts of the country. There were 100 questions in MCQ format in TISSNET 2022. The duration of the test remained of 100 minutes. Candidates get 1 mark for every correct answer. There is no negative marking in TISSNET 2022 for wrong answers. The exam is of 100 marks.

 

TISSNET 2022: Key Changes

  • Online Computer Based test
  • All questions are of MCQ type
  • TISSNET 2022 exam does not have any negative marking question
  • TISSNET 2022 exam has a single question paper for all the programs
  • There were 100 questions for a duration of 100 minutes in TISSNET 2022
  • TISSNET 2022 scoring pattern is changed. General Awareness Section has 40 marks; English Proficiency has 30 marks; Maths and Logical Reasoning section carries 30 marks
  • TISSNET 2022 score will be taken into account for preparing the final merit list for selection with a weightage of 30%. 

TISSNET 2022 Analysis: Key Exam Highlights
TISSNET Exam Pattern consists of questions related to General Knowledge; Analytical Ability, Logical Reasoning; and English Proficiency as per following pattern: 

TISS NET 2022 pattern
Highlights
TISSNET Full Form
Tata Institute of Social Sciences National Entrance Test (TISSNET)
TISS 2022 Paper pattern
Online Computer Based Test
No of Questions
100
Maximum Score
100 Marks
Type of questions
MCQs
Time limit
100 Minutes
Maximum marks per question
1
Negative Marking
No negative Marking
No of Areas
3 Sections; sub-divided into 6 effective areas
No of Choices per question
4
TISS NET 2022 Analysis: Sectional Composition of Test Paper
Section Name
Number of questions
Key Sectional Components
English Proficiency
 30
Vocabulary, Fill in the blanks, synonyms, antonyms, Grammar based Error Correction, odd one out, Jumbled paragraphs, Short and long RC Passages
Mathematics & Logical Reasoning
 30
Arithmetic, Number System, P&C, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Mensuration, Direction, Clocks & Calendars, Series, Arrangements, DI sets, graphs, charts, table
General Awareness
 40
Conventional & Static GK, Current Affairs, social and cultural issues, national policies/ campaigns, international events, literature/art/culture, sports, books/authors/ awards, constitution, science, politics, economics, history
Total Questions
100
GK commands highest weightage in TISSNET exam

TISSNET 2022 Analysis: Difficulty Level
English Proficiency and General Awareness Sections in TISSNET 2022 were easier than last year while Mathematics and Reasoning section was a bit more difficult than last year.

 

TISSNET 2022 Cut Offs
The expected TISSNET Cut offs for General Category candidates in shortlisting are 71 to 73 marks.

 

TISSNET 2022 Analysis: Sectional Cut offs

  • No sectional cut off for English Proficiency and Mathematics & Logical Reasoning Sections
  • Sectional cut off for General Awareness (GA) is applied for qualifying the TISS-NET exam.
  • Candidate not scoring minimum cut-off mark for the General Awareness as shared below will not qualify TISS NET irrespective of the aggregate score obtained by them
  • Category wise TISSNET sectional cut offs are as below
Category of Candidate
Minimum percentage of marks needed to Qualify Sectional cut off for General Awareness (GA) section
Minimum Marks needed to Qualify Sectional cut off for General Awareness (GA) section (Out of 40 Marks)
General, EWS, KM and AF
35% Marks
14 Marks
PWD and OBC (NC)
30% Marks
12 Marks
SC and ST
No Sectional Cut off applicable
No Sectional Cut off applicable

TISSNET 2022 Analysis by IMS

The structure of the TISS-NET 2022 was the same as that of last year. The test was online and had 3 sections – General Awareness (40 questions), Mathematical and Logical Reasoning (30 questions) and English Proficiency (30 questions): Total of 100 questions for 100 marks.

 

The overall pattern and the level of difficulty as reported by IMS students are given below, along with the IMS suggestion of time allocation per section:

Section
Number of questions
Level of difficulty
Good Score
Suggested time (in minutes)
English Proficiency
30
Easy
24-25
35-40
Mathematical & Logical Reasoning
30
Easy
25-26
35-40
General Awareness*
40
Medium
20-21
15-20
  • No Sectional Timing
  • No Negative Marking.
  • *TISS-NET has a sectional cut-off for the GK section. It is 35% (14 Marks) for Gen, EWS, KM and AF; 30% (12 Marks) for OBC (NC) and PWD. There is no sectional cut off for SC/ST for the GK section.
  • On the basis of the scores in TISS-NET, candidates will be shortlisted for Stage - II - Online Assessment.

Verdict

  • Overall difficulty level – At par with last year’s test.
  • Easier General Awareness and English Proficiency Sections
  • Slightly more difficult Mathematical & Logical Reasoning Section
HRM program- Mumbai Campus
TISSNET 2022 Estimated cut-off
General Category
70-72

Analysis of Sections:

 

Section I: English Proficiency
This section comprised 30 questions, out of which 10 were RC questions (2 passages). Of the 10 RC questions, five were easy, four were of moderate difficulty and one was difficult. One of the RC passages was about 400 words long (Description of a Tai Chi exercise - Push Hands) while the other was 500 words (Financial implications and environmental opportunities arising as a result of Covid 19). Most of the questions in this section were of easy to moderate level. Overall, this section was similar to last year’s test.

Topics
No. of Questions
Level of Difficulty
Reading Comprehension (2 passages)
10
4 Easy, 5 Moderate , 1 Difficult
Fill in the Blanks (Vocab based)
3
Easy
Fill in the Blanks (Grammar-based)
5
Easy
Grammar - Spot the Error in the underlined part.
3
Easy
Synonym/Antonym/Odd Word Out
3
Easy
Sentence Correction
1
Easy
Jumbled Paragraphs
3
2 Easy, 1 Moderate
Critical Reasoning (Inference)
2
Easy

A good score for this section would be 24-25 and suggested time allocation for this section would have been 35-40 minutes.

 

Section II: Mathematical and Logical Reasoning
The questions on arithmetic were easy and all of them should have been attempted. Some of the questions were complete sitters. Out of the 8 DI questions, 4 were standalone ones with individual graphs, and there were 2 sets of 2 questions each. The DI questions were of easy level as well. Overall, this section was a bit difficult as compared to last year’s test.

 

The breakup of the questions was as follows:

Topics
No. of Questions
Level of Difficulty
Quantitative Ability
24
-
Numbers (Numbers, LCM)
2
2 Easy
Arithmetic (Percentage, Profit & Loss, Average, Ratio & Proportion)
11
9 Easy, 2 Medium
Geometry (Quadrilaterals, Mensuration, Trigonometry)
3
2 Easy, 1 Medium
Modern Math (Statistics, Probability, Logarithm)
6
4 Easy, 2 Medium
Sequences and series (Series completion)
2
2 Easy
Data Interpretation
6
-
Table-based ( 2 sets of 3 questions each)
6
3 Easy, 3 Medium

By allotting 35-40 minutes to this area, one should have ideally solved at least 24-26 questions correctly and marked the answers to the remaining, as there was no negative marking. A good score for this section would be 25-26

 

Section III: General Awareness
This section comprised 40 questions, each carrying 1 mark. There were 12 Static GK questions and 28 current affairs questions. There were around 5 questions on international affairs and 32 were related to national events. 3 questions were related to miscellaneous topics (economics, environmental science). About 12-14 questions were easy, 15-17 were medium and 9-10 were difficult. This section was easier compared to last year’s test.

 

A score of 20-21 would be a good benchmark. Attempting all GA questions would not have taken more than 15-20 minutes.

 

Selection Process - Stage II

 

Online Assessments (OA)

  • a. Extempore reflection on a given topic: Speak for 2 to 3 minutes- 100 marks - weight age 20%
  • b. Online Personal Interview: 100 marks - weight age 30%.

Previous Year TISSNET Analysis

Below is shared last year TISSNET exam analysis

 

TISSNET 2021 Analysis
Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) conducted TISSNET 2021 on 20th February, 2021, from 2 PM to 3.40 PM in 40 cities located in different parts of the country for admission to its M.A. 2021-23 programmes. TISS-NET 2021 was a computer-based test with 100 objective type multiple choice questions (MCQ). Candidates who have applied for single or multiple programmes needed to attend only TISS-NET and its Score is valid for all the programmes applied for.  Many changes in TISSNET, TISSMAT 2021 and TISS Selection process have been introduced for admission 2021.  

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TISSNET 2021 exam Analysis reflects on the following key points:

  • TISSNET Analysis on overall TISSNET exam pattern, total questions, time duration, overall difficulty level, expected overall cut offs, overall calculation of TISSNET percentile
  • TISSNET exam Analysis on Sectional pattern, type of questions, sectional difficulty level, TISSNET cut offs by experts
  • Ideal attempts in TISSNET exam with required accuracy level to clear cut offs for different TISS programmes
  • TISSNET analysis leading to expected percentile predictions by experts as per TISSNET scoring pattern

TISSNET 2021 Analysis: Overall Test Pattern
There were 100 questions in MCQ format in TISSNET 2021. The duration of the test was also 100 minutes. Candidates will get 1 mark for every correct answer. There is no negative marking in TISSNET 2021 for wrong answers. The exam is of 100 marks. Key changes in TISSNET 2021 are as below:

 

TISSNET 2021: Key Changes

  • Online Computer Based test
  • All questions in TISSNET were of MCQ type
  • No Negative Marking in TISSNET 2021 exam
  • No sectional time limit to attempt the questions. Any question from any section could be attempted within overall time limit
  • TISSNET 2021 exam had a single question paper for all the M.A. programs
  • There were 100 questions for a duration of 100 minutes in TISSNET 2021
  • TISSNET 2021 scoring pattern is changed. General Awareness Section had 40 marks; English Proficiency had 30 marks; Maths and Logical Reasoning section carried 30 marks
  • TISSNET 2021 score get a weightage of 30% in preparing the final merit list for selection  

TISSNET 2021: Exam Pattern & Highlights
TISSNET Exam Pattern consisted of questions related to General Knowledge; Analytical Ability, Logical Reasoning; and English Proficiency as per following pattern: 

TISS NET 2021 pattern
Highlights
TISSNET Full Form
Tata Institute of Social Sciences National Entrance Test (TISSNET)
TISS 2021 Paper pattern
Online Computer Based Test
No of Questions
100
Maximum Score
100 Marks
Type of questions
MCQs
Time limit
100 Minutes
Maximum marks per question
1
Negative Marking
No negative Marking
No of Areas
3 Sections; sub-divided into 6 effective areas
No of Choices per question
4

TISS NET 2021 Sectional Analysis: Difficulty level, Paper Composition

Section Name
Number of questions
Key Topics
Difficulty level
English Proficiency
 30
Vocabulary, Fill in the blanks, synonyms, antonyms, Grammar based Error Correction, odd one out, Jumbled paragraphs, Short and long RC Passages
Moderate
Mathematics & Logical Reasoning
 30
Arithmetic, Number System, P&C, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Mensuration, Direction, Clocks & Calendars, Series, Arrangements, DI sets, graphs, charts, table
Moderate
General Awareness
 40
Conventional & Static GK, Current Affairs, social and cultural issues, national policies/ campaigns, international events, literature/art/culture, sports, books/authors/ awards, constitution, science, politics, economics, history
Moderate to Difficult
Total Questions
100
GK commands highest weightage in TISSNET exam
Overall Moderate

TISSNET 2021 Analysis with Cut offs

  • TISSNET 2021 does not have any sectional cut off for English Proficiency and Mathematics & Logical Reasoning Sections
  • General Awareness (GA) section has minimum cut off requirement to qualify the TISS-NET exam.
  • Candidate not scoring minimum cut-off mark for the General Awareness as shared below will not be qualified for shortlisting for final selection round irrespective of the aggregate score obtained by them
  • Category wise TISSNET cut offs 2021 are as below
Category of Candidate
Minimum percentage of marks needed to Qualify Sectional cut off for General Awareness (GA) section
Minimum actual Marks needed to Qualify Sectional cut off for General Awareness (GA) section (Out of 40 Marks)
General, EWS, KM and AF
35% Marks
14 Marks
PWD and OBC (NC)
30% Marks
12 Marks
SC and ST
No Sectional Cut off applicable
No Sectional Cut off applicable

After getting shortlisted for Personal Interview round, candidates need to appear in TISSMAT or TISSPAT for admission to different M.A. Programmes as detailed below:

 

TISSMAT: The TISS Management Aptitude Test (MAT) will be conducted only for the shortlisted candidates for MA (HRM) and MA (ODCL). TISSMAT will be of 50 marks for a duration of 45 minutes. The score for TISS MAT will have a weightage of 40% while preparing the final merit list for admission. 

 

The candidates applying for the MA Human Resource Management & Labour Relations (HRM & LR) and MA Organisation Development, Change and Leadership (ODCL) offered by TISS at its Mumbai Campus will have to appear in a Management Aptitude Test (TISS-MAT) conducted before PI round after TISS-NET result is declared and shortlist is announced.

 

TISSPAT: The candidates applying for all other MA programmes offered by TISS at its Mumbai and other Campuses will also have to appear in TISS Programme Aptitude Test (TISSPAT) conducted before PI round after TISS-NET result is declared and shortlist is announced for each MA programme separately. TISSPAT will be of 50 marks for a duration of 45 minutes. The score for TISS PAT will have a weightage of 40% while preparing the final score for the selection. The TISSPAT will be conducted only for the shortlisted candidates for MA programmes

TISSNET Analysis 2019

TISSNET 2019 got over at 3.40PM on Sunday, January 13, 2019 with a few changes brought in the test pattern and type of questions. While GK was reported as a little tougher, Logical Reasoning was found a bit tricky and English proficiency was back again with certain forgotten question type which did not appear in TISSNET last year. The exam was held in 39 test cities in a single session as computer based test of 2 hours 40 minutes duration comprising 100 MCQs.

 

TISSNET 2019 is the mandatory entrance exam for admission 2019 to M.A. Programmes at different campuses of Tata Institute of Social Sciences. MA programmes of Tata Institute of Social Sciences are highly sought after Masters Degree courses for the candidates seeking career in management and other branches.  MA in Human Resource Management and Labor Relations, MA in Social Entrepreneurship and MA in Globalization and Labor are some of the most sought after programmes by MBA aspirants. 

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TISSNET 2019: Key Changes in Exam

  • TISSNET 2019 exam did not have any negative marking questions
  • Exam had a single question paper for all the programmes offered by TISS
  • TISSNET had 100 questions to be attempted in 100 minutes

TISSNET 2019 Scoring Pattern
TISSNET 2019 scoring pattern is changed. General Awareness Section has 40 marks; English Proficiency has 30 marks; Maths and Logical Reasoning section carries 30 marks

 

TISSNET 2019 Analysis: Overall Exam Pattern
TISSNET 2019 Exam Pattern consisted of questions related to General Knowledge; Analytical Ability, Logical Reasoning; and English Proficiency as per following pattern: 

TISSNET 2019 pattern
Details
TISSNET 2019 Paper pattern
Online Computer Based Test
No of Questions
100
Maximum Score
100 Marks
Type of questions
MCQs
Time limit
100 Minutes
Maximum marks per question
1
Negative Marking
No negative Marking
No of Areas
6
No of Choices per question
4

 

TISSNET 2019 Analysis: Sectional Test Pattern
TISS 2019 remained on the lines of previous year exams. The sectional composition of TISSNET 2019 is as under:

 

TISS NET 2019 Sectional Composition

Section Name
Number of questions
Time allotted
Analytical Ability
30
No Sectional Time limit
Logical Reasoning
30
No Sectional Time limit
English Proficiency
30
No Sectional Time limit
General Knowledge
40
No Sectional Time limit
Total
100
100 minutes

 

Analytical Ability is the Quant section of TISSNET and is clubbed with Logical Reasoning.

 

TISSNET 2019: Key Exam Features

Overall Moderate difficulty level: TISS NET exam difficulty level has remained moderate. Earlier TISSNET used to be considered as tough as CAT exam.

 

Better Performers in TISSNET 2019

Those who have prepared and appeared in CAT 2018, IIFT 2018 and XAT 2019 found TISSNET 2019 an easier exam and hope to score high in it.

 

TISSNET with 6 Areas of Test Paper: Although TISSNET 2019 had three sections the exam consisted of six sub areas in the test paper. English-divided into core English language questions based on Grammar, vocabulary, Idioms, and Reading Comprehension;  Analytical Ability (Mathematics) consisted of all types of Quant questions that one could expect; Logical Reasoning had some tricky questions; General Knowledge covered Contemporary Issues, current affairs, social issues and static GK as well.

 

GK: Key Differentiator: With English, Quant and LR/DI being on expected pattern with varying difficulty level, TISSNET placed major thrust on GK and has also allotted highest weightage of 40 marks to it. To get yourself shortlisted for final selection round, GK could turn the tables in your favour or against you.

 

Since you will be shortlisted on the basis of your TISSNET score, GK can play a substantial role in the process with higher marks allotted to it.

 

No Negative Marking: TISS NET does not have negative marking for any programmeThis allowed TISNNET examinees going for some hit and trial to maximize your score. 

 

TISSNET 2019: Cut Offs
TISSNET 2019 overall cut-off may not go down too much. It is expected that the candidates with a score of about 74-75 marks may get shortlisted by TISS for final selection round.

 

TISSNET Analysis 2018

The TISSNET 2017 test paper awarded the opportunity to the students to score heavily in the English and Logical & Analytical section of the paper. Barring a few questions, almost all the 60 questions were solvable and there was sufficient time to attempt every question.

 

The only difference were the marks one could get in the General Knowledge section. A student who is thoroughly in tune with the present happenings in the country and abroad and one who has a habit of going through the newspapers regularly, found this section easy to crack. There was a heavy dose of Static GK too which could make a difference in the eventual marks that one gets in the exam.

 

A good student would have attempted the three sections in the following manner

Section No of Question Time Limit Expected Corrects
General Knowledge 40 15 15+
Logical Reasoning 15 20 13
Mathematics 7 10 6
Data Interpretation 8 12 7
Verbal Ability 25 25 20+
Reading Comprehension 5 8 8
  100 90 66

* Buffer of at least10 minutes

Verbal and Reading Comprehension (30 questions)
The English section had the following pattern

Area No of Questions Difficulty Level
Analogies 4 Easy
Sentence Correction 3 Easy
Fill-in-blanks (Vocab/English Usage) 9 Easy
Idioms and phrases 4 Easy
Odd Man Out 3 Easy
Antonyms 2 Easy
Total 25 EASY

 

There was ONE Reading Comprehension passage on Nutrition for injured athletes and had FIVE questions with the passage. Almost all questions were straightforward and should have been solved by students!

 

Logical Ability
The section had the following pattern
 

Area No of Questions Difficulty Level
Order Sequence 2 Easy
Cubes 1 Easy
Numbers/Sets 2 Easy
Counting of Rectangles 1 Moderate
Blood Relations 2 Easy
Letter Series 2 Easy
Number Series 2 Easy
Venn Diagrams 2 Easy
Critical Reasoning 1 Moderate
Total 15 EASY

 

The section was very easy except for two questions. The question which had to calculate the number of rectangles in a 6*5 grid and another one on Critical Reasoning, were the only ones that were probably challenging in the paper.

 

A question which asked for the answer to a 3*5*4 figure may have stumped the students as there was no answer which was corresponding to the multiplication of the above numbers!

 

A student could easily get about 12 or 13 marks without much problem.

 

Mathematics

Mathematics area had 7 questions. Of these, TWO questions were from Geometry, TWO from Averages and THREE from Ratios, Percentages & Profit and Loss!

 

All the 7 questions were sitters and any student could have got almost all 7 correct. There was only one question on Averages, which was a bit lengthy and could have challenged a student!

 

Data Interpretation

Unlike in other exams, the DI in TISSNET had no Sets and each of the 8 questions was independent of each other and had a graph attached to the same.

 

The breakup for the 8 questions was

Case let                                                   -1

Bar Charts                                              - 4

Table                                                       - 2

PIE Chart                                               - 1

 

Of these questions, all the questions asked were either had calculation of percentages OR calculation of ratios!

Only one question was given wrong in the DI area. The question asked was for PERCENTAGE POINTS where as the actual options given were for PERCENTAGE!

 

General Knowledge
The General Knowledge section had a generous dose of Static questions. There were questions on Current affairs, peoples, books and sports persons.

Areas No of Questions
Static 20
Current Affairs 12
People / Books 6
Sports/Persons 2
Total 40

 

A student with a fair amount of general awareness and who is abreast of the happening in the country and abroad, could score well in the paper. Around 20 marks would be considered very good in this area!

 

The cutoff would be more or less in the same range for the MA in HRM course. With the program at the Hyderabad Campus being scrapped, the desperation to get into the Mumbai Campus has remained high. 

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