Government Job in Mumbai TISS For 23 Social Worker Post in 2016

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Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), Mumbai posted a recruitment advertisement to invite all eligible Indian candidates to apply for the posts of 23 Social Worker in 2016.

Table of Contents:
 1 Post Details
 2 Salary Details
 3 Eligibility
 4 Selection Procedure
 4.1 Application Fee
 4.2 How to Apply
 5 About Company/Institution
 6 Latest News

Date of advertisement -23/12/2015
Last date to apply – 07/01/2016


Tata Institute of Social Sciences Recruitment 2016

Into the table below you can see the name of the post, Serial Number, total number of posts as advertised into the original recruitment advertisement notification of Tata Institute of Social Sciences.

Sr. No.Name of PostTotal
 01Social Workers23

Total number of post – 23 

Scale of Pay/Monthly Salary for Social Workers

  • visit on website and Check the notification.

Eligibility Terms

Age: 18 & above.

Education & Experience: knowledge of issues of gender & violence against women and interventions in the district and State, prior experience in direct casework and/or intervention work on women’s issues at the grassroots level., The candidate must have a post-graduate qualification in social work (M.A. in Social Work/MSW) and 2 years’ work experience in social-development sector, and demonstrate commitment to working on issues of violence against women vide direct work with both survivors and State systems, or a Bachelors Degree in Social Work/BSW along with at least 3 years’ experience working with urban/rural women at the grassroots on empowerment & rights-based intervention on issues of violence.

Selection Procedure

  • Written Test

Application Fee

Category Amount 
 All OtherNo Fee

How to Apply for Vacancy in Tata Institute of Social Sciences

  1. Download the Advertisement
  2. Read the Advertisement Carefully
  3. Print the Application Form
  4. Complete the Application Form
  5. Send the Envelope at:-

 Ms. Trupti Jhaveri Panchal, Asst. Professor, School of Social Work,
Tata Institute of Social Sciences, V.N. Purav Marg, Deonar, Mumbai – 400088

About the Tata Institute of Social Sciences

Tata Institute of Social
Sciences, Mumbai
Director S. Parsuraman
LocationMumbai, Maharashtra, India

Latest News of Tata Institute of Social Sciences

State Government Tribal Sub-Plan (TSP) and the economic and social issues facing the tribals to the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), based on a study conducted by the Maharashtra tribal atlas released is. ACT budget report a Scheduled Tribe (ST) that need to be prepared as soon as possible is recommended.
TISS, along with UNICEF in Maharashtra TSP plans and programs, funds flow, planning and implementation process, and monitoring and evaluation tribal sub-plan for 2013-14 a study to analyze.
Tribal Development Department officials report at the district level, with respect to TSP in Maharashtra, from the perspective of administrative departments, and Aboriginal community with insights into the workings of the government and tribal development department offers programs and administrative departments.
TSP fund management reports and aboriginal communities to address the serious economic and social issues designed to act or bill for the tribal sub-plan that suggests a need. The gap between social indicators for STS large but non-tribal communities is not only the growing, since, to share with them an instant for a large share of the pie is required, the report added. Budget to be effective, therefore, the extent of deviation of allocation based on a weighted average of the grading will be required.
TSP is released the Governor Ch Vidyasagar Rao, larger development process emphasized the importance of integrating the ST community. “TSP report for the planning and implementation of a more decentralized, flexible, pro-equity, pro-people approach by recommending shows the way. The structure and existing areas of convergence, look at the quality of implementation, and tribal sub plan and other plans to become stressed that “results-oriented,” said Rao.
Rao said the government a bill for TSP to establish effective governance and integrated development of tribal people should be able to have that request. Reports isolation and socio-economic backwardness of India’s most deprived sections of society are among the ST that explains.
Tribal population in the state according to the 2011 census, 9.35 percent of the total population of the state to form, is 10.5 million. Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh to the next, the country’s second largest tribal population.
This unit also manages and plans of management information systems to monitor.

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