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Creating Positive Change: MSW Program Courses

Master of Social Work (MSW) program aims to groom committed and dynamic youth capable of imparting participatory development at community, Government, non-Governmental and policy levels, so as to contribute to overall progress of the country. The program will provide training in the practice of professional social work in broad areas followed by imparting theoretical knowledge and skills in specialized fields of practice. The program provides students with a choice of engaging with various areas including rural and urban community development, mental health, disability, children and youth, criminology and correctional social work, social justice and governance.

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Multiple Competency Building Program

Global Certification with Internship

360 Career Support with 100% Job Guaranteed program

Academia-Adventure-Blended Curriculum

Dedicated Language and Analytical Lab

Community Development (CD)

Community development is the process where community members come together to strengthen the civil society by prioritizing the actions of communities, and their perspectives in the development of social, economic and environmental policy. In practice, Community development leads members to become more responsible, develop healthy lifestyles, empower, and reduce poverty and increase economic opportunities.

Family and Child Welfare (FCW)

Master of Social Work with specialization in Family and Child Welfare focuses on providing knowledge of community and family systems. The role of social worker in family welfare is to evaluate the client's needs, situation, strengths, and support network to identify their needs. The family and child welfare social work includes intervening in child abuse and emergency mental illness, providing these victims or patients with the necessary support, and helping them recover .

Medical and Psychiatric Social Work (MPSW)

Master of Social Work (MSW) –with specialization in Medical and Psychiatry involves the study, diagnosis and treatment of mental health disorders . The students are prepared to work in a variety of environments throughout their careers, including government and non-profit agencies, hospitals, Family Psychiatric Units, community mental health centres, neurological departments, recovery centres, women and child welfare settings, non-profit organizations, suicide helplines, and research.

The major aims of the programme are :

  • To facilitate the students to develop the foundations of social work practice by providing the theoretical input on the philosophy, values, methods, fields and approaches of human service profession and human resource management.

  • To sensitize the learners about the contemporary socio-economic and cultural realties through field-based learning and train them in developing proficiency in helping skills and effective intervention strategies

  • To inculcate a professional approach in addressing societal needs and become effective and efficient change agents in society.

  • To develop an insight into one’s professional self and purposive use of the same in professional practice through integral transformative practices.

  • To sharpen the learners’ skills in conceptualization, scientific assessment, analysis & interpretation and planning & intervention

Our Syllabus

We follow the prescribed syllabus of MGU, quality study materials are prepared by our faculty in the form of videos, case studies, and projects. To know more click on the link

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The MSW programme of Jai Bharath College is policy oriented, issue focused and skill intensive. It comprises course work with concurrent and block field exercises, case studies, field action projects, internship, individual and group assignment based on real life situation. Study visits and camps are organized as part of this programme within and outside the state. Along with classroom teaching, all students will undertake fieldwork throughout the two years of study as well as a rural practicum and a study tour. Students will also have to take a research project in the final semester of the program. Besides the high quality lecturers, deliberations and discourses, the learning methods include;

  • Cohabitative learning from the people
  • Home visits
  • Theme centred interaction
  • Learner centred analysis
  • Study and appraisal of various service providing agencies
  • Town and country enrichment programme
  • Training in Computer Software
  • Training in quantitative analytical techniques

Top Subject You Will Learn

Social Sciences for Social Work, Human Growth and Development, History, Philosophy and Fields of Social Work, Social Work Practice with Individuals, Social Work Practice with Communities, Field Practicum Introduction to Abnormal and Social Psychology, Counselling and Psychotherapy, Professional Skills for Social Workers, Social Work practice with Groups, Social Work Research and Statistics, Field Practicum

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Project Coordinator, Professor/Lecturer, Program Coordinator, Junior Research Fellow, District Consultant, Documentation and Communication Officer, Humanitarian Values and PMER Officer, Senior Manager - Human Resources, Sub-Regional Training Coordinator, Administrative officer, Public Relations officer, HR Manager, Medical Social Worker, Psychiatric Social worker, M&E Officer, Asst. Professor, Principal Counsellor, Social Educators, Welfare officer, Junior Employment officers, ICDS Supervisor, CDPO, Counselor, CSR Coordinator, District coordinators, State Co ordinators.

Who Is This Program For ?

Students who wish to make a positive impact on society

Minimum Eligibility

Graduation with not less than CCPA of 4.5 out of 10.00 in the Core Group (Core + Open + Complementary).

Relevance of Social Work in the Current Scenario

  • Promoting the values of human dignity, human rights, democratic participation of people and collaborative social relationships.

  • Challenging the unequal relationships and marginalization of people due to sex, age, ethnicity, caste and creed.

  • Democratizing the socio-economic and political systems by empowering people and building their capacity to bargain for basic rights and essential resources.

  • Training students in culturally sensitive practice in relation to problem solving skills, research, advocacy, disaster management, conflict resolution, policy formulation and organizational management