Department of Social Work

UG Programme

BACHELOR OF SOCIAL WORK (BSW)

 

Social work originates from humanitarian ideals and democratic philosophy and has universal application to meet human needs arising from personal, societal interactions and to develop human potential. Its primary mission is to enhance human well being and help meet the basic human needs of all people, with particular attention to the needs and empowerment of people who are vulnerable, oppressed, and living in poverty. The profession focuses on individual well being in a social context and the well being of the society. It also devotes great attention to the environmental forces that create, contribute to, and address problems in living.

 

Professional social workers are dedicated to service for the welfare and self realization of human beings, the disciplined use of scientific knowledge regarding human and societal behavior, to the development of resources to meet individual, group and community needs and to the achievement of social justice.

 

 The BSW programme aims at imparting the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary for the practice of this profession. The curriculum is designed so as to help the students to acquire these through a combination of theoretical inputs and practice opportunities spreads over six semesters. It also has an interdisciplinary content and has drawn from the disciplines of sociology, psychology and anthropology.

 

PROGRAMME OBJECTIVES

 

1.      To equip students with knowledge, values, and skills required for basic level social work practice and entry to and success in post graduate programmes.

2.      To sensitize the learners about the contemporary socio—economic and cultural realities through class room and field based learning.

3.      To impart training in interdisciplinary domains to help students to effectively practice social work.

4.      To develop understanding and integration of social work theories and practice.

5.      To provide opportunities to students to serve in social work settings so that they learn to work with diverse groups.

6.      To train the students to become effective change agents in their practice settings.

 

CORE COURSES

BSW1 B 01

Introduction to Social Work

BSW 2 B 02

Fields of Social Work

BSW 3 B 03

Introduction to Social Case Work

BSW 3 B 04

Introduction to Social Group Work

BSW4 B 05

Introduction to Community Organisation and Social Action

BSW 4 B 06

Field Work- Community (P)

BSW5 B 07

Social Work Administration

BSW 5 B 08

Rural and Urban Community Development

BSW 5 B 09

Social Work Research and Statistics

BSW 5 B 10

Gandhian Philosophy and Social Work

BSW 6 B 11

Project Planning and Management for Social Work

BSW 6 B 12

Legal Information for Social Workers

BSW 6 B 13

Community Health and Health Care Services

BSW 6 B 14

Field Work

 

COMPLEMENTARY COURSES

Complementary I- Sociology

SO1 C0 1

Principles of Sociology

SO2 C02

Indian Society

SO4 C05

Economic Sociology

SO4 C06

Basics of Social Anthropology

Complementary II- Psychology

PSY 1 C05

Psychological Processes-I

PSY 2 C05

Psychological Processes-II

PSY 3 C06

Life Span Development

PSY3 C05

Abnormal Psychology

OPEN COURSES

During the V Semester, one Open Course is offered to the students of other departments.

BSW5 D 02

Essential Legal Information  

ELECTIVE COURSES

 During the VI Semester one Elective Course is offered for BSW Programme.

BSW 6 E 01   - Gender and Development

 

 

 Syllabus 


2016 Admission onwards 

2017 Admission onwards

2018 Admission onwards



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