A large space on the outskirts of the city, its architecture an unusual blend of the indigeneous and the modern designed by the noted architect Durga Bajpai.
View Slideshow Deonar campus drawings and photos (pre 2005)
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View Slideshow Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru at TISS Campus
“The moment I arrived here, I was pleased by the external appearance of these buildings. It is attractive, it is unusual as it seems to fit in with the type of work it is meant to do. Just as home is not merely a house, it has to be a home to be lived in - not merely few walls and rooms and stereotyped furniture. A home must have a personality of its own. I am happy to be at this institute and i do hope it will grow and prosper and do a lot of good work.”
Watch Video Interview: Prof M. S. Gore, December 2010
"Dr. Gore felt that every field of social work should have its own body of research done in India, and that was a very exciting climate to be in...It worked in the sense that this institution is probably the only institution in the country, that has done applicable research, or assessments of applications, assessments of efforts, development efforts and so on, on the scale that I don't think anybody else has done it in the country."
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