Master of Social Work

Social Work
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MSW is an abbreviation for Master of Social Work. MSW is a specialised postgraduate programme that covers both the macro and micro components of professional social work activities in the community, hospitals, schools, and other areas of social services. MSW is a two-year degree programme in India. The MSW course of study is organised into four semesters. The MSW Syllabus`s key courses are Human Growth and Development, Social Work Ideology and Ethics, Poverty Reduction, Micro Finance and Micro Enterprises, and others. The course focuses mostly on field work and gives applicants with the necessary skills to assist people in need. Graduates will be able to develop conceptual clarity, reflective learning, analysis, and critical thinking necessary for fieldwork, as well as self-awareness and research skills necessary for meaningful participation in a variety of organisations and facets of society. After completing the course, candidates may find permanent or contract positions in government sectors such as the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment in positions such as coordinator, programme manager, and fieldwork. The course is structured in such a manner that it incorporates both classroom instruction and fieldwork. Fieldwork exposes you to the social realities and essential work conditions that you may encounter throughout your career. Additionally, it teaches how to transfer theoretical information in a variety of delicate cultural situations.


Level: Post-Graduate Duration: 2 years Mode: Full time Eligibility: graduation in relevant streams, with at least 50% marks from a recognized university. Admissions are based on merit and entance exams.


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