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A. Course Offered - Master of Social Work (M. S. W.)
B. Nature of Course - Semester Scheme
C. Duration - 4 Semesters (2 years)
i) 35 + 5 for Deputation/Sponsored categories +Payment Seats- 10
ii) 30 for PG Centre, Kolar
Eligibility for Master of Social Work:
A graduate with B.A., I B.S.W. from any recognized University with a minimum of 50% marks.
Eligibility under Deputation I Sponsored Category:
a) Deputation Candidate means any candidate in permanent service deputed to undergo MSW Programme by Central/State - Government I Public Sector undertaking provided the candidate is a Graduate from any discipline with pass class. The deputizing department/Institution shall meet all the fees and course expenses of the candidate.
b) Sponsored Candidate is any Graduate with pass class and with three years services in the field of Social welfare in a recognized institution such as 1) Those registered Social Service Organizations established under Societies Act / Trust Act I Companies Act. 2) Must be receiving grant-in-aid from Government / Corporate agencies or supported by Industrial organizations / Foreign funded organizations/own resources.
The Sponsored candidates can be admitted to MSW provided, the candidates give an affidavit along with the application stating that he / she was in employment for the past three years and have not pursued any day course in the period. The sponsoring Organization also must give an affidavit stating that the candidate was in employment for the past three years and besides, the organization must give copies of last three years work report and audited statement. This also must accompany the application.
Dr. Rajendra Kumar
Assistant Professor (Sr.)
Social Welfare Administration & Social Development
Personnel Management and Industrial relations / Labour Welfare and Social Sciences/ Human Resource Management
Social Work camp organized at Kongawada Village, Navalgunda Taluka, Dharwad District
Kongawada is an affected village of the recent floods of North Karnataka. The II Semester students of the Department of Social Work and BUB, the PG Centre Kolar and the Departments of the Social work of the 11 affiliated colleges, totalling about 354 students participated in the camp. The camp was conducted from March 20- 30, 2010. The students stayed in 250 houses over the 10 days period.
The purpose of the social work camp was to ensure that students gain exposure to rural India and to the issues and problems faced by the communities living in rural areas. Accordingly, the students stayed in the homes of the villages and participated in both home and agriculture related work. As part of the shram daan component of the camp, the students helped in the construction of houses for the flood affected families. Every evening, the students organized discussions with the villagers on various topical issues like health awareness, education, cultural aspects, cleanliness, government facilities etc.,
The villages in their attempt to show their appreciation of the students’ contribution to the village, they distributed certificates in a formal ceremony that they organized at the end of the camp.
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