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"What advances a nation or a community is not so much to prop up its weakest and most helpless members, but to lift up the best and the most gifted, so as to make them of the greatest service to the country."—Jamsetji Tata

The Tata group continues to be inspired by this vision of our Founder—that nation-building must begin with the educational upliftment of its people. Whether it is through our establishing of great institutes of learning, or the scope of Tata companies' programmes to make education accessible to the most marginalised communities, we are committed to the idea of universal education. 


IISc Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru

Indian Institute of Science (IISc)

One of Jamsetji Tata’s three great dreams for India was an advanced institute of scientific education and research. He donated half of his wealth towards establishing the Indian Institute of Science (IISc). Today, IISc is a premier institution and has also nurtured other institutes like the TIFR and the Atomic Energy Commission. Internal Link
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai

Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR)

Dr Homi J Bhabha and JRD Tata were driven to establish the TIFR to improve India's scientific temper and strengthen the newly free nation's science infrastructure. TIFR became the cradle of the country's atomic energy endeavour, and today, leads research in physics, chemistry, biology, mathematics, computer science and science education. Internal Link
TISS Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai

Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS)

Tata Institute of Social Sciences was born in 1936, borne of Jamsetji Tata and his son Dorab's vision of building a better community. Today, TISS is one of India's premier educational institutions, training professionals in human resources and social work, carrying out research on social problems, and publishing it for the benefit of society. Internal Link
The NCPA is Mumbai's prime centre for music, dance, theatre, film, literature and photography.

National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA)

The NCPA was the brainchild of JRD Tata and Dr. Jamshed Bhabha, two visionaries who saw India's need for an all-encompassing world-class performing arts centre. Luminaries from various fields have contributed towards lending the NCPA the iconic status it now enjoys, with such artists as Satyajit Ray and Yehudi Menuhin as its earliest mentors. National Centre for Performing Arts

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