If you are an employee of a Tata group company, TAS is the perfect take-off point for an accelerated career growth trajectory at the Tata group. Check eligibility details and processes below.
Application Process: The TAS In-House application process commences during the months of November and December. Bookmark this page for announcements; alternatively, you can also visit Tataworld.com, the group employee portal as well as check your own company intranet and office noticeboards.
Leadership Group Discussion: After the application process, shortlisted candidates will be invited to participate in leadership group discussions
Presentation Round: Candidates are further shortlisted to a presentation round where you will present on a designated case study given to you
Final Interview: Qualifying candidates will come face-to-face with a senior panel from the Tata group
1) What is the eligibility criteria for TAS In-house?
Employment status: TAS In-house is open only to employees on permanent rolls of Tata group companies and Tata joint venture companies (excluding employees on JV partner rolls).
Education: You will need to have full-time bachelor’s degree in any discipline to be eligible.
Work Experience: As on 1 April 2020, applicants should have a minimum of two years continuous service in the group. As an exception, all management trainees/ graduate engineer trainees/ employees of other structured group programmes that have joined the group on or before 15 September 2018 will be eligible for TAS In-house 2020.
As on 1 April 2020, you should have not more than six years total work experience after your bachelor’s degree, of which you should have spent at least two years in continuous service in the group on permanent rolls.
For the computation of the balance work experience, full-time, permanent, part-time, temporary, consultant, retainership assignments/employment will be considered. Short-term project internships will not be considered.
You should also have undergone a minimum of two continuous appraisal cycles within the group as on 1 April 2020.
A valid score for a GMAT test taken after June 2015 is necessary (as a reference point, last year’s GMAT score cut-off was 650). GRE score is not valid for TAS. Please register only after you secure a valid and final GMAT score.
2) How do I register for TAS In-house?
Apply by registering here.
You can register only once and those with multiple registrations/entries via varying names and GMAT score combinations will be unfortunately disqualified.
At the first stage, you are expected only to complete the registration process and not submit the full TAS application form. The TAS application form needs to be completed after meeting the GMAT score cut-off.
3) Can I apply if I’ve taken a long leave/ sabbatical?
If you are currently on sabbatical, study leave, medical leave and leave without pay, you are eligible to apply for TAS In-house, subject to approval from your company HR department and if you are on the rolls of the company and viewed as continuous service. If selected, the you must join the program on the declared start date.
4) What is the process for a TBLA winner?
Top three winning teams at TBLA Finals - the winners, first runners up and second runners up will get a direct shortlist to the TAS Final Interview subject to meeting all the TAS In-house 2020 eligibility criteria stated above. Please see the TBLA page for more details.
Good luck with your preparation. Do bookmark this page and return to it at the commencement of application season in November.