Bachelor In Social Work (BSW)

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Bachelor In Social Work (BSW)

Bachelor's degrees in Social Work (BSW) is a profession and prepare students to work in these fields by providing them with the training and skills necessary to help people improve their lives. Social Work is a profession which aims to help people, communities and societies to develop their full potential. It has a particular focus on social justice and on redressing social and economic disadvantage. While many traditional college students pursue social work degrees, those already working in the social sector also seek social work degrees in order to advance in their field.

Scope : Social workers deal with social problems. As such, social workers are needed in all areas of society. Social workers may work in the family, public health, mental health or substance abuse sectors to improve the health and well-being of clients and communities. They help people access community resources and develop community support networks. Social Workers work with individuals, families, groups and communities. They work with organizations and they develop and implement social policy.

Under Graduate Programme Duration Eligibility Criteria
Bachelor in Social Work 3 years (6 Semesters) 10+2 (any Stream) with a minimum
of 45% marks in aggregate and in
individual subjects from a Recognized Board of Education

(5% relaxation for ST/SC)


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