After clearing the entrance test, the shortlisted candidates will be asked to appear in the programme aptitude test and online personal interview
According to a reports, the institute has also begun the online personal interview process for its BA in Social Work programme
Data Societies: How digital desires, online performance cultures, and privacy concerns impact the social self
Data privacy concerns are caught in the interplay of strong capitalist forces, human desire and the ever-evolving predatory technologies.
TISS student booked for slogans supporting Sharjeel Imam approaches Bombay HC for pre-arrest bail in sedition case
A 22-year-old student on Friday approached Bombay High Court seeking pre-arrest bail in a sedition case lodged against them (their preferred pronoun) for allegedly shouting a slogan in support of jailed JNU student Sharjeel Imam at a LGBTQ event.
Staff crunch, poor infrastructure: Officials highlight how gaps in Indian criminal justice system prevent implementation of child protection laws
Even as political leaders call for stringent, and even barbaric, punishment to alleged offenders, administrative officials from the western part of the country on Tuesday listed out several challenges in implementing laws for child protection
NCRB data shows long-drawn out trials and low conviction rates the norm; criminal justice system crying out for reform
Data from the recently released NCRB report shows a criminal justice system that is in serious need of repair.
Adivasis and the Indian State: Overcoming financial constraints, facing social hostility — what 'education' means for four tribal students
Four adivasi students narrate their personal journeys during their pursuit of education, and their interactions with non-adivasi communities.
While the first episode of The Lost Child looked at the abuse prevalent in Muzaffarpur's Balika Griha, the second episode follows up with an interview of Tarique Mohammed, who lead the TISS team through the audit which brought this debacle to light.
The Lost Child: Muzzafarpur's Balika Griha tells a story of rampant abuse, and the apathy that perpetuated it
The first episode of Suno India's The Lost Child traces the abuse of the girls at Muzaffarpur's Balika Griha and the investigation that followed, highlighting the causes that led to such circumstances.
Muzaffarpur shelter home rape case: SC grants 3 months to CBI to complete probe, examine murder angle
The Supreme Court on Monday granted three months time to the CBI to complete its probe, including into the murder aspect, in the Muzaffarpur shelter home case.
TISS panel finds professor guilty of sexually harassing ex-student, asks him to respond in two weeks
In October 2018, the complainant, who studied MA course in personnel management and industrial relations at TISS during the period of 2004-2006, took to social media to narrate various incidents of sexual misconduct by the professor.
Muzaffarpur shelter home rape case: SC stays Patna HC order to constitute new CBI team; says change 'will be detrimental'
The Supreme Court on Tuesday stayed a Patna High Court order asking the CBI special director to set up a fresh team to probe Muzaffarpur shelter home sexual abuse case.
Muzaffarpur shelter home rapes: Plea filed in SC against Patna HC order restraining media from reporting on case
The plea, which has sought a stay on the operation of Patna HC's order on 23 August , has alleged that the order was "patently erroneous" as it amounted to imposing a "blanket ban" on the media reporting the Muzaffarpur shelter home case
Bhima Koregaon violence: Dalit intellectuals dismiss Maharashtra Police's claims of instigation by radical Left
The base of all the press statements made by the Maharashtra Police is that these ‘Maoists and Maoist-sympathisers’ instigated Dalits to riot at Bhima Koregaon, through their anti-State songs at Elgar Parishad, a programme organised by individuals and organisations in Pune on 31 December, 2017, a day before commemoration of Shourya Divas at Bhima Koregaon.
Bhima Koregaon violence probe: Police claim conclusive proof against activists, seize 'letters' planning 'big action'
While addressing the media, Additional Directorate General of Police (ADGP) of Maharashtra Param Bir Singh made claims regarding the involvement of the activists in the Bhima Koregaon incident and other conspiracies to undermine and overthrow the state authorities.
Muzaffarpur shelter home rapes: Patna HC directs CBI to expedite probe, produce report on 17 September
The court also ordered that the probe into Muzaffarpur shelter home sex scandal be monitored and supervised by a CBI special director rank officer who shall be free to constitute a fresh investigating team
CBI counsel Sanjay Kumar along with deputy inspector general CBI, Patna, who was also present in the court, submitting the report said that it comprised two aspects — the progress report of the investigation and transfer of its SP J P Mishra.
Dhangar quota row: Maharashtra govt invites community members for meeting with Devendra Fadnavis on 27 August
Maharashtra government has invited the Dhangar community memebers for a meeting with Devendra Fadnavis in Mumbai on 27 August
Muzaffarpur shelter home scandal: CBI files FIR against Bihar's former social melfare minister Manju Verma and husband
Manju Verma's resignation came a couple of days after Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar assured that the culprits involved in the alleged incident would not be spared.
The Supreme Court on 10 August had reprimanded the Bihar and Uttar Pradesh governments over the cases of rape in shelter homes in the states.