1) Students whose parents’/Self annual income is less than ₹1 lakh (one lakh) during the previous Financial Year are eligible to get Upfront Provisional Students Aid of Rs.12000/- towards tuition fee at the time of admission, subject to availability of fund.
2) In order to confirm the Upfront Provisional Student Aid, the student is compulsorily required to apply for the Student Aid along with the Income Certificate issued by the Competent Authority at the time of application invited for financial support by the Students’ Affairs Office.
Those desirous of availing of this facility are required to choose the option for upfront student aid in the TISS Student Management Systems Fee Payment Portal. Upon choosing the option, the reduced fee of Rs. 12000/- will be applicable.
Timeline: At the time of payment of fees for securing admission.
The financial aid set aside by the Institute supports students from across campuses and programs. The support ranges between Rs. 12,000/- to Rs. 50,000/- per student for an academic year.
Students with an annual family income of Rs. 4.51 lacs and more are not eligible for student aid (SA).
SC/ST students eligible for Post-Matric Scholarships can apply for Student Aid to cover their expenses for Dining Hall and Hostel charges
Maintain a minimum attendance of 75% in each semester in all courses they register.
Must not have indulged in any acts of indiscipline resulting in penal action by the Institution authorities.
Students have to apply with the necessary documents at the time of application called for Student aid by the Students’ Affairs Office. The student aid committee will assess applications, and approve the aid, in the second semester.
Timeline: The application process starts in July/August
Through Bridge, -the student/alumni-led initiative financial support
Independent scholarship in collaboration with Eklavya India Foundation for incoming students (first year) at the School of Social Work, TISS Mumbai. Two scholarships of up to Rs. 75,000/- each (Academic cycle 2023-25) One scholarship will be provided to prospective scholars from Eklavya India Foundation and one scholarship is open to all.
Course: First-year student pursuing a Master of Social Work degree
Income limit: Rs. 8 lacs annual family income (whomever you consider family)
Bridge| Md. Wasim Memorial Scholarship: Scholarship in collaboration with TISS OSA for one Muslim minority student and will offer financial assistance of approx. Rs. 97,000/- for the entire period of study.
Year: First and Second-year students are eligible to apply from the School of Social Work and School of Development Studies.