The three year Bachelors program in Social Work is an intensive course with theory and field practice. The uniqueness of this program is the students are exposed to intensive experimental learning and this gives an edge over other under-graduate courses. The transition from a student to a professional is carefully monitored by a group of qualified and experienced faculty. The main objective of the course is to impart education and training in professional social work and enhance the understanding of social issues through interdisciplinary perspectives.
Eligibility for Admission: The applicant must have a Higher Secondary School Certificate in Arts, Commerce, Science (under 10+2 or its equivalent any other diploma from a recognized board) with a minimum average of 45% of the aggregate (40% for SC/ST) or minimum 50% for open candidates.
Pattern if the Course: the course content has core subjects and allied subjects which includes basic concepts of social work, methods of social work, sociology, psychology, human growth and development, economics , political system, social development and social work, communication, social work research, legal systems in India, Human Rights, Management of organization, women development issues and concerns. Field practicum is an integral part of the course which consists of lab sessions, observation visits, group projects, rural camp and concurrent field work, that enables the students to understand the theory learnt and the reality of the society. Dissertation is another important feature of this programme. Each student is expected to do one simple group research based on his/her interested area, with a supervision and guidance of the experienced faculty. The course covers soft skills also. Thus the entire course moulds the overall personality of the students.
Scope of the Course: The knowledgeand practical experience gained through the theory papers and allied papers will enable the graduates to move easily into other post graduate courses, like MSW, NGO Management, Journalism and help them to prepare for competitive exams. Employable opportunities are at great demand in welfare and corporate settings of this course.
Admission will be opened soon after the publication of State Board Results.