Master of Social Work prepares students for practical interventions that are sensitive to the social, economic, cultural, demographic, and political contexts that shape our nation and beyond.

Within a framework emphasizing professional ethics, social justice, diversity, strengths, and community engagement, this seeks to equip students for the cutting-edge practice of modern Social Work and is committed to promoting the strengths of Professional Social Work through education, research and consultancies, while maintaining a particular focus on women and gender-related issues. Several specializations like Human Resource Management, Women Empowerment, and Medical and Psychiatric Social Work are offered as part of the Master in Social Work in India.

The uniqueness of M.S.W lies in the provision of specialization on Women’s empowerment and takes special care of partnerships with the public, non-profit and private sectors and emphasizes student and faculty involvement in professional, service and academic associations and organizations.


Bachelor Degree in BSW from UGC approved University.

  • Duration
    2 Years
  • Fee (Per Semester)
    Examinations Fee (Per Semester)
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  • Origin and Development of Social Work
  • Personality and Dynamics of Human Behaviour
  • Human Society and Culture
  • Social Case Work: Theory and Practice
  • Group Work: Theory and Practise
  • Field work: Field-work Practical; Viva-voce

Curriculum Details

  • Social Work Profession History and Ideologies
  • Sociology for Social Work in India
  • Human Development
  • Social Work with individuals
  • Social Growth and Development
  • Society and Environment
  • Seminar - I

  • Social Policy and Planning
  • Social Development in India
  • Social Work Research
  • Diet and Nutrition
  • Social Justice, Human Rights in India
  • Development and Welfare Services
  • Seminar - II

  • Yoga and Health
  • Indian Philosophy
  • General Psychology
  • Social Research Practice Projects Formulation and Evaluation
  • Women and Social Work
  • Statistical Techniques in Social Work
  • Seminar - III

  • Human Resource and Quality of Life
  • Naturopathy and Ayurveda
  • Reproductive Health
  • Rural-Urban Community Development
  • Dissertation
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Program Outcomes (POs)

  • PO1

    Learning and Critical Thinking: Solve social issues by critical thinking, discussing and analysing them based on the programme learned by him/her.

  • PO2

    Research and Development: Use the knowledge earned from different courses (by understanding the concepts and theories of social work) and involve himself / herself in research and development effectively for the benefit of all.

  • PO3

    Investigation, Interpretation, Evaluation and Reporting: Investigate, interpret and evaluate the social issues by data collection based on interaction and case studies. Report the findings and demonstration after effective documentation.

  • PO4

    Communication and Social Counselling: Communicate effectively (verbal and written) government programmes and policies by acting as a social counsellor.

  • PO5

    Universal Adaptability: Students can now be adaptive to any universal location to pursue social issues.

  • PO6

    Ethics: Students can now collect, represent and ethically interpret the social data.

  • PO7

    Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of social changes.

  • PO8

    Individual and team work: Students must be in a position to work on the assigned task individually as well as in a team.


Program Educational Objectives (PEO)

To aware the students of social work and society.

To enhance the thinking and sensitizing students concerning social work related to different social issues, culture, race, gender, religion, politics and environment.

To understand different social policies of government and non-government organizations.



Career Path

  • Community social work
  • Medical social work
  • Mental health social work
  • Military social work
  • School social work
  • Social work administration
  • Government jobs
  • Impact evaluations
  • Urban Planning
  • Labour Welfare Department
  • Juvenile Homes
  • Social Welfare Department and Agencies
  • Development Organization


Are there any M.S.W. Programmes on campus?
Yes, there is M.S.W. Programme and the student must make sure that M.S.W. Programme in which they are enrolled prepares them for the social work licensure requirements of their state of residence.
How long does it take to earn an M.S.W. degree?
In general, M.S.W. Programme takes about 2 years of full-time study.
What is the difference between a traditional M.S.W. Programme and an advanced standing M.S.W. Programme?
Traditional M.S.W. Programmes are generally structured to require two years of full-time study: the first-year students learn essential principles and methods of social work practice and research, and the second-year students take classes that are tailored to their desired area of work. Advanced standing Programmes, require applicants to have graduated with a Bachelor of Social Work accredited by the Council on Social Work Education.
What is the difference between full-time and part-time M.S.W. Programmes?
The primary difference between full-time and part-time Master of Social Work is the number of credits students take per term. Part-time M.S.W. Programmes usually take between 18-36 months, depending on whether students are traditional or advanced standing, while full-time M.S.W. Programmes may take between 12 and 24 months, again depending on whether students enrol in a traditional or an advanced standing track.

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