The IT Service Management Center (ITSMC) is an internal management center that handles the IT needs of the Institute. It is responsible for the development, management, and maintenance of various softwares and applications, including TISS ERP, Student Management System (SMS), Learning Management System(TISSOL), recruitment portals, Admission Management applications, Faculty Appraisal and Annual report portal, and many others.
ITSMC oversees the Data Centres and Network Operation Centre (NOC) to ensure data and server security. It utilizes tools and technologies to monitor the performance of the IT infrastructure, address issues, and provide troubleshooting support.
The computer center performs a wide range of functions like Network Management, Server
Management, Software development, Technical support/ Training to staff, faculty and students, System
Maintenance. The Institute has an inhouse data center which hosts all it's servers.
All critical software applications are developed, hosted and maintained inhouse. The computer centre
extensively promotes the use of free and open source softwares.
Sir Dorabji Tata Memorial Library
The Sir Dorabji Tata Memorial Library (SDTML) continues to be proactive in supporting new academic developments at the institute.
Its resources and services are aimed at providing the highest level of research and teaching support to all the programmes of the Institute. The s collection is reviewed every year in order for it to be relevant to the emerging and developing areas of research. It holds about 1,20,000 volumes, and subscribes to over 8,500 print and e-journals.
The Publications Unit was established with the aim of knowledge development and dissemination in the field of social work and social development.
It has published over a 100 books and monographs. The Publications Unit has been publishing The Indian Journal of Social Work (IJSW) uninterruptedly since 1940. The IJSW, a quarterly, focuses on multi-disciplinary knowledge development relevant to the changing perspective of the social work profession, with special reference to issues of the marginalised groups and interventions for them.
Office for International Affairs
The Office for International Affairs (OIA) was established in the year 2006 as International Students' Office (ISO) to facilitate mutually beneficial international academic exchange and collaboration between TISS and foreign Universities /Institutions. TISS has signed MoUs with some of the best institutions around the world and established linkages with Universities and Institutions in Asia, Europe and North America.
IRO plays an important role in liaising with various internal departments to facilitate the exchange of students/ faculty/ staff members between TISS and outside Universities, or students/ individuals/ researchers seeking admission/ affiliation at the Institute.