Tata Institute of Fundamental Research was brought into existence during the year 1945 in Mumbai the capital city of Indian state Maharashtra. The institute is a public research institution rated with an "A" grade, as determined by India's Ministry of Human Resource Development.
Notable alumni’s of Tata Institute of Fundamental Research are Ranjan Roy Daniel: former Deputy Director of TIFR and recipient of Padma Bhushan, M.S. Narasimhan: Fellow of the Royal Society, mathematician, Obaid Siddiqi: biologist and recipient of Padma Bhushan and Padma Vibhushan, B. V. Sreekantan: astrophysicist and Padma Bhushan recipient, Govind Swarup: FRS, radio astronomer and many such legends.
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research encourages students skills and talent by organizing various co-curricular activities like seminars conferences, workshops, guest lectures by well know industrialist and educationist to provide knowledge to the students apart from academics.
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research is located in a place nearby Palm Garden, Kohil Stadium, Colaba Woods Garden, Cuffe Parade Park, Suraksha Garden, and many such entertaining places to visit during free hours away from their busy schedule.
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