BSW (Bachelor of Social Work)

The Master of Social Work (MSW) is a postgraduate programme providing professional training that leads to the professional qualification of a social worker. The course work of the programme aims to provide students with a solid conceptual framework and a theoretical foundation of social work practice. It offers a comprehensive curriculum that covers a wide range of subjects, including social welfare policies, human behavior, research methods, community development, counseling techniques, and ethical considerations. Students gain a deep understanding of social issues such as poverty, mental health, substance abuse, child welfare, aging, and social justice.

Intake - 24        Duration - 3 Years

Programme Outcomes

PO 1:
To develop professional knowledge, attitude and values required to function as effective social workers.

PO 2:
To enable the learners for scientific assessment, planning and intervention towards bringing about change in the social functioning of human beings in their respective field of practice.

PO 3:
To help the learners to develop their professional self through integral transformative practices.

PO 4:
To sensitize the learners about the contemporary sociology-economic and cultural realities through field based learning.

PO 5:
To train the learners to become effective and efficient change agents in the social milieu.

Programme Specific Outcomes:

PSO 1:
To develop a basic understanding of social work.

PSO 2:
To integrate the knowledge on developmental changes, related issues with personal experiences and observations of human development.

PSO 3:
To critically reflect on the implications for social work practice with people at different stages of human life.