Master of Social Work

What is this Programme about?

Degree in social work prepare students to work in multiple fields by providing them with the training and skills necessary to help people improve their lives .Social work is a professional course which aims to help communities and societies to develop focus on social justice and on redressing social and economic disadvantages. The MSW programme offers specialisation in Community Development, Human Resource Development and Medical and Psychiatry Social Work. Apart from the classroom teaching the students shall undergo Concurrent Fieldwork and Block Placement according to their specialisation which helps the students to acquire more practical knowledge in that particular field.

The Masters of Social Work course consists of two years of full-time university level study. It aims to prepare students for effective professional practice as social workers in the social and community services sector.

The general objectives of the curriculum are associated with the liberal arts component of the MSW Course, which in time sequence precedes the professional component of the MSW course. The objectives are:

· To promote necessary skills of awareness, skills aiming at empowerment of people and skills in culture-sensitive methods of social change.

· To promote social justice

· To improve the quality of life for everyone.

· To become aware of the organisation of the society and its development.

· Use appropriate supervision and consultation to conduct research and disseminate research findings that contribute to enhancement of students personal and professional development.

 

How this Programme Benifit you & your Career?

Master’s degree in Social Work is a profession which help people, communities and societies to develop their potentialities. The social work profession is a diverse and vast profession whose mission is to improve outcomes and the quality of life for vulnerable populations. The specialised social workers are being trained to eradicate various issues at different settings throughout this course. By earning a Master’s degree in this field makes it far more likely for a licensed social worker to secure a position that will ensure a secure future.

On completion of the two years MSW Course the students will be able to:

1. Acquire professional social work skills, values and ethics.

2. Apply social work ethical principles to guide professional practice.

3. Apply critical thinking to inform and communicate professional judgments.

4. Develop knowledge and skills in areas of training and development.

5. Engage diversity and difference in practice.

6. Develop the skills to work at different community settings.


 

Research:

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Programme Contents:

MSW 1st SEMESTER

TYPES OF COURSE

SL. NO

NAME OF THE PAPERS

EVALUATION SCHEME

HOURS/WEEK

CREDIT/WEEK

ESE

Sessional

THEORY

1.

MSW-101:Social Work Profession

60

40

2

2

2.

MSW-102:Social Work Practice With Individuals

60

40

2

2

3.

MSW-103:Social Work Practice With Groups

60

40

2

2

4.

MSW-104:Social Work Practice With Communities

60

40

2

2

5.

MSW-105:Concept Of Human Development And Psychology

60

40

2

2

6.

MSW-106: Social Sciences For Social Workers

60

40

2

2

FIELD WORK

7.

MSW-111:Concurrent Field Work-I

60

40

15

7

Total

27

19

MSW 2ND SEMESTER

TYPES OF COURSE

SL. NO

NAME OF THE PAPERS

EVALUATION SCHEME

HOURS/WEEK

CREDIT/WEEK

ESE

Sessional

THEORY

1.

MSW -201:Fields Of Social Work

60

40

2

2

2.

MSW -202:Social Planning And Policy

60

40

2

2

3.

MSW -203:Legal System In India And Social Legislation

60

40

2

2

4.

MSW -204:Research Methodology

60

40

2

2

5.

MSW -205:Statistics For Social Work Practice

60

40

2

2

6.

MSW -206:Profesional Skills

60

40

2

2

FIELD WORK

7.

MSW -211:Concurrent Field Work-II

60

40

15

7

Total

27

19

MSW 3rd Semester:

Specialization: Human Resource Development (HRD)

TYPES OF COURSE

SL. NO

NAME OF THE PAPERS

EVALUATION SCHEME

HOURS/WEEK

CREDIT/WEEK

ESE

Sessional

THEORY

1.

MSW -301:Management Of Non-Profit Organization

60

40

2

2

2.

MSWHR 302:Labour Welfare

60

40

2

2

3.

MSWHR 303:Industrial Relations

60

40

2

2

4.

MSWHR 304:Human Resource Management -I

60

40

2

2

5.

MSWHR 305: Organizational Behavior-I

60

40

2

2

FIELD WORK

6.

MSW -311:Concurrent Field Work-III

60

40

15

7

Total

25

17

MSW 3rd Semester:

Specialization: Community Development (CD)

TYPES OF COURSE

SL. NO

NAME OF THE PAPERS

EVALUATION SCHEME

HOURS/WEEK

CREDIT/WEEK

ESE

Sessional

THEORY

1.

MSW -301:Management Of Non-Profit Organisation

60

40

2

2

2.

MSWCD 302:Rural Community Development-I

60

40

2

2

3.

MSWCD 303:Urban Community Development-I

60

40

2

2

4.

MSWCD 304:Tribal Community Development-I

60

40

2

2

5.

MSWCD 305: Individual And Society

60

40

2

2

FIELD WORK

6.

MSW -311:Concurrent Field Work-III

60

40

15

7

Total

25

17

MSW 3rd Semester:

Specialization: Medical and Psychiatry (M&P)

TYPES OF COURSE

SL. NO

NAME OF THE PAPERS

EVALUATION SCHEME

HOURS/WEEK

CREDIT/WEEK

ESE

Sessional

THEORY

1.

MSW -301:Management Of Non-Profit Organisation

60

40

2

2

2.

MSWM&P 302: Hospital Administration

60

40

2

2

3.

MSWM&P 303: Medical Social Work-I

60

40

2

2

4.

MSWM&P 304: Psychiatric Social Work

60

40

2

2

5.

MSWM&P 305: Community Health

60

40

2

2

FIELD WORK

6.

MSW -311:Concurrent Field Work-III

60

40

15

7

Total

25

17

MSW 4th Semester:

Specialization: Human Resource Development (HRD)

TYPES OF COURSE

SL. NO

NAME OF THE PAPERS

EVALUATION SCHEME

HOURS/WEEK

CREDIT/WEEK

ESE

Sessional

THEORY

1.

MSWHR 401:Labour Legislation

60

40

2

2

2.

MSWHR 402:Human Resource Management

60

40

2

2

3.

MSWHR 403:Union Management Relations

60

40

2

2

4.

MSWHR 403:Organisational Behaviour

60

40

2

2

FIELD WORK

5.

MSW -411:Concurrent Field Work-IV

15

7

60

40

6.

MSW 412:Research Project

100

100

Total

27

19

MSW 4th Semester:

Specialization: Community Development (CD)

TYPES OF COURSE

SL. NO

NAME OF THE PAPERS

EVALUATION SCHEME

HOURS/WEEK

CREDIT/WEEK

ESE

Sessional

THEORY

1.

MSWCD 401:Rural Community Development-II

60

40

2

2

2.

MSWCD 402:Urban Community Development-II

60

40

2

2

3.

MSWCD 403:Tribal Community Development-II

60

40

2

2

4.

MSWCD 404:Social Development & Sustainable Development

60

40

2

2

FIELD WORK

5.

MSW -411:Concurrent Field Work-IV

15

7

60

40

6.

MSW 412:Research Project

100

100

Total

27

19

MSW 4th Semester:

Specialization: Medical and Psychiatry (M&P)

TYPES OF COURSE

SL. NO

NAME OF THE PAPERS

EVALUATION SCHEME

HOURS/WEEK

CREDIT/WEEK

ESE

Sessional

THEORY

1.

MEDICAL SOCIAL WORK-II

60

40

2

2

2.

PSYCHIATRIC SOCIAL WORK-II

60

40

2

2

3.

PSYCHIATRIC SOCIAL WORK-III

60

40

2

2

4.

PSYCHIATRIC SOCIAL WORK-IV

60

40

2

2

FIELD WORK

5.

MSW -411:Concurrent Field Work-IV

15

7

60

40

6.

MSW 412:Research Project

100

100

Total

27

19

 

Fees Structure:

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Achievement:

UGC NET QUALIFIED IN 2016( MIRANDA SONOWAL)

UGC NET QUALIFIED (BRISTI BORGOHAIN)

 

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Teaching Faculities

SEEMA SHARMA
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Indratanu Dey
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Samannoy Baruah
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Dr. Syed Sajidul Islam
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PARAMITA MEDHI
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Darathi Talukdar
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Pranakshi Kashyap
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Pankaj Saikia
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Purabi Deka
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Dr. Homeswar Goswami
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Dr. Lanu Devi
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Bidyut Bikash Das
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Mridu Pawan Rabha
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Mr. JYOTIRMAY CHOUDHURY
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Preeti Chakravarty
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Bornali Buragohain Borah
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Nilakshi Teron
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Mr. Prasenjit Roy
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Rishi Chakravarty
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Reetimoni Das
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JUMI KALITA
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Sangita Joshi
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Pranami Chakravorty
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Miranda Sonowal
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Priyanka Barman
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Mridusmita Bagchi
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Bhabajyoti Saikia
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Brishti Borgohain
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Ritwick Goswami
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Ranit Chowdhury
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Tatiya Sharma
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Kajori Das
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Ayesha Ahmed
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Jagdish Borah
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Ningthem Mangsatabam
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