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Sir Dorabji Tata Trust
This trust was established in 1932 when Sir Dorabji Tata committed all his wealth to it. This multipurpose trust is best known for having promoted six pioneering institutions of national importance. Four of these were established in Mumbai: the Tata Institute of Social Sciences in 1936; the Tata Memorial Centre for Cancer Research and Treatment in 1941; the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research in 1945; and the National Centre for the Performing Arts in 1966. The National Institute of Advanced Studies in 1988 and the Sir Dorabji Tata Centre for Research in Tropical Diseases in 1999 are in Bangalore.

Jamsetji Tata Trust
It was established in 1974 and named after the founder of the Tata Group,  Jamsetji Tata, to mark the centenary year of the first Tata enterprise. This trust prefers to make grants in areas where innovative efforts are being made.

J. N. Tata Endowment
Established in 1892, the trust funds higher education of deserving Indians. So far, the trust has supported 3,500 scholars and awarded more than Rs 68 million to promising students from various strata of society.

JRD Tata Trust
Established in 1944, the trust is focused on the advancement of learning by way of institutional donations; research grants and scholarships; relief of poverty, human suffering and distress caused by natural calamities; and support of social welfare projects and philanthropic activities.

Tata Social Welfare Trust and Tata Education Trust
Established in 1990, the trust encourages the advancement of learning in all fields by way of research grants and scholarships; medical relief; relief of human suffering and distress caused by natural calamities.

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