Fee Structure for International Students:
The fee for International students is determined by the nationality of the student.
Application Fees : US$ 100 for the first programme and US$ 50 for additional prog . (Mandatory + Non-Refundable)
Admission Fees : US$ 500 (Mandatory + Non-Refundable)
Per Semester Fees for Integrated BA/ MA and Full-time MA Programme:
For Developed Country & NRI/ PIO/ OCI Category : US$ 2500 (excluding Dining Hall and Hostel Charges) + One Time Admission Fees
For Developing Country : US$ 750 (excluding Dining Hall and Hostel Charges) + One time Admission Fees
For SAARC Country : US$ 500 (excluding Dining Hall and Hostel Charges) + One time Admission Fees (except for HRM programme, for which the fees will be US$ 750).
For GOI Sponsored Students: Same Fees as Indian students + Hostel, Dining Hall and Medical Insurance
For other Sponsored students: As per mutual agreement.
Per Semester Fees for Integrated Mphil/ PhD and Direct PhD:
For Developed/ Developing Country & NRI/ PIO/ OCI : US$ 1000 per semester + One time Admission Fees
For SAARC : US$ 500 per semester + One time Admission Fees
For GOI Sponsored Students : Indian Fees + Hostel, Dining Hall & Insurance
For Sponsored Students : As per mutual agreement.
Per Semester Fees for Online Programmes :
For Developed and Developing Country & NRI/ PIO/ OCI : US$ 1000 per semester + One time Admission Fees
For GOI Sponsored Students : Indian Fees + Hostel, Dining Hall and Medical Insurance
* SAARC Countries: Afghanistan, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bhutan and Maldives. ** Semester Fees Covers: Tuition Fee; Identity Card Charges; Computer Charges; Lab Charges; Medical Insurance Premium; Development/Programme Fund; Medical Examination Fees; Students’ Union Fund and Research Methodology Colloquium/ Workshop/ Special Seminars as applicable in the applied programme. *** For Short-term, Diploma and Certificate Courses, kindly contact – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Approximate Cost of Living in Mumbai City:
Payment of Fees:
Please note that, the payment of Semester fees for all semesters should paid by Wire-transfer. A receipt/ copy of the payment has to be submitted to IRO (email@example.com), to trace the payment and issuing necessary instruction to the Accounts Section for accepting your admission/ issuing of receipt.
Kindly note, the following bank account details to make the Application/ Admission and Semester Fee Payment. Beneficiary Name: Tata Institute of Social SciencesBeneficiary Address: Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Post Box No. 8313, Deonar, Mumbai 400 088 Account No. : 1043773643 IFSC/ RTGS No. : CBIN0281725 Swift No. : CBININBBOSB Branch Code : 0281725 Type of Bank Account : Current Bank Name : Central Bank of India Bank Address: Central Bank of India, V.N. Purav Marg, Deonar, Mumbai – 400088 Email ID: firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Fee Payment Schedule for Full-time Student is as follows: Fees for Semester I / III/ V/ VII : To be paid on or before 15 May Fees for Semester II / IV/ VI/ VIII : To be paid on or before 15 Oct
Refund Rules and Penalty:
Post Selection Activities:
The scholar will need to submit the report of progress in her/his research work after every six months along with the DAC meeting minutes. This report must be submitted through the online platform (rs- racking.tiss.edu) for M.Phil. and Ph.D. students. The uploaded reports must be approved by the guides online in lieu of a signature. Orientation sessions regarding the online platform are conducted from time to time and during the Direct Ph.D. Modular coursework. If in two consecutive reports the progress of Important Instructions with respect to FEES and Refund of Fees for Fulltime International Students a scholar’s research work is found to be unsatisfactory, the registration of the scholar will be liable for termination.
DIRECT PH.D. PROGRAMME
Allotment of Guide:
A candidate selected for admission to the Ph.D. programme shall work under the supervision of a guide or a guide and a co- guide allocated after admission. An appropriate guide or co-guide will be allotted to a scholar by the School Dean or Chairperson of Independent Centre in consultation with Dean (Research and Development), on the basis of the subject matter of the proposed research and its match with that of the faculty members. Similarly, allotment of guides in Tuljapur, Guwahati and Hyderabad are taken care of by the respective Co-ordinators in consultation with the Deputy Directors. This decision will be binding on the scholars.
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