MSW | Duration: 2 Years

MSW (Master of Social Work)

MSW (Master of Social Work)

Eligibility:

Bachelor’s Degree in any field from any recognized University/Institution with minimum 50% marks in aggregate or equivalent grade (5% relaxation to SC/ST/OBC-Non Creamy Layer)

Selection:

Based on overall performance in last examination followed by Personal Interview.

Fees:

FEE STRUCTURE 2018-19
Registration & Admission Fees ( To Be Paid Once Only )
a Prospectus & Form 1000.00
b Registration (To be paid during admission for all courses except for Certificate & Diploma Courses) 20000.00
c Admission Fee 5000.00
d Caution Money Deposit(Common for all streams) - Refundable 5000.00
Tuition Fees
Semester wise Payment 31500.00
Yearly Payment 60000.00
One Time Payment for Full Course 110000.00

Programme Overview:

The Masters of Social Work programme emphasizes on the aspects necessary for humanitarian efforts in a society and focuses on the disadvantaged and the weaker sections of a society and emphasizes on their upliftment. This course aims to provide necessary insight and training which can aid in carrying out social work for welfare of citizens, animals, etc. Social workers work for the resurgence of that section of society which is deprived of its basic amenities. Masters of Social Work is an ideal course for those with zeal to bring change in the society. Since the course demands a progressive view in its pursuer plus a sensitive view towards the issues of social cause, a person with a heightened sense of responsibility towards citizen and society should opt for the course.

Career Opportunities:

After completing Masters in Social Work, there are options in research degree for those looking to pursue an academic career in Social Work. Students willing to continue studies can opt for M.Phil. or Ph.D. Students who have completed Masters in Social work can also setup their own NGO or join government or private or international organizations. Some of Masters in Social Work jobs which candidates can opt are Social Worker, CSR Representative, Journalist, Counselors, NGO, Community Mobilizer. They can work as project officers, programme coordinators, development consultants, field officers, counsellors, instructors, lecturers, social workers in the areas of medical & public health, education, family welfare, advocacy & human rights, development, funding and research, etc.

Course Structure updated as submitted by School