ABOUT ISSW



Faculty & Departments

We have best faculty in social work...


Prof. Jacob Thudipara
M.A. (Social Work), Ph. D. (Social Work)

Mobile :9826350684
Principal
Dr. Mrs. Ranjana Sehgal
M.A. (Social Work), Ph. D. (Social Work), LL.B
Mobile:9424008450
Professor
Dr. Rajendra Kumar Sharma
M.A. (Social Work), Ph.D. (Sociology), LL.B
Mobile:9425094991
Asst. Professor
Dr. Sudha Jain
M.A. (Social Work), LL.B
Ph.D. (Social Work)
Mobile:9826148006
Asst. Professor
Dr. Meenakshi Kar
M.A. (Social Work), Ph.D. (Social Work)
Mobile:9301365694
Asst. Professor
Mr. Deepesh Choukse
M.A. (Social Work)
Mobile:9826600896
Asst. Professor
Mr. Anand Goud
M.A. (Social Work)
Mobile:9406616978
Asst. Professor
Ms. Namita Toppo
M.A. (Social Work DAVV, Indore)
Mobile:917314206540
Asst. Professor
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Placements

The school has set up a placement cell with a senior faculty as Placement Coordinator...


The social sector today offers fulfilling career opportunities. Growing public investments, landmark legislations like the Right to Education Act, large government schemes like MGNREGA, NRHM etc. and the increasing participation of NGOs from policy making to implementation and monitoring call for talented professionals in large numbers.

 

ISSW has a placement cell with active student, faculty and alumni participation which works with potential employers to create career opportunities for students thorough campus and off campus placements. The placement efforts are further enhanced by the publication of Placement Brochure annually.

 

The school has a vast pool of alumni resources drawn from diverse fields like industry, civil society, NGOs and Government Departments across the country. They conduct capacity development/orientation/grooming sessions for the freshers and also help the institute in finding suitable placements for freshers.

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Academics

BSW (BACHELOR OF SOCIAL WORK)

ISSW is offering 3 years Degree Programme.

Bachelor of Social Work

(3 Year Degree Programme)

 

This three year Bachelors program in social work is an intensive course with theory and field practice. The uniqueness of this program is that students are exposed to intensive experimental learning and this gives an edge over other under-graduate courses. The transition from a student to a professional practitioner is carefully guided by a group of qualified and experienced faculty. The main objective of the course is to impart education and training in professional social work and enhance the understanding of social issues through interdisciplinary perspective.

 

The  knowledge and practical experience gained through the theory papers and field work  will enable the graduates to move easily into other post graduate courses like MSW, Public Administration, NGO management, Human resources, Economics, Politics and Journalism and also help them to prepare for all competitive exams. Employment opportunities are available in government schemes, welfare and development settings for this course.

 

 

BSW (For Colleges)

Ordinance No: 71

1st Semester

Sr. No. Subject Name CCE Marks Theory Paper Total
1 Introduction to History and Philosophy of Social Work 15 85 100
2 Foundation Course -I- Sociology 15 85 100
3 Foundation Course -II- Economics 15 85 100
4 Foundation Course -III- Environment Education 15 85 100
5 Comprehensive Viva-voce     50
 

11nd Semester

Sr. No. Subject Name CCE Marks Theory Paper Total
1 Social  Problems 15 85 100
2 Foundation Course -I- Economics 15 85 100
3 Foundation Course -II- Environment Education 15 85 100
4 Foundation Course -III- Psychology 15 85 100
5 Comprehensive Viva-voce     50
 

11Ird Semester

Sr. No. Subject Name CCE Marks Theory Paper Total
1 Introduction to Social Welfare 15 85 100
2 Social Case work 15 85 100
3 Social Group work 15 85 100
4 Fields of Social work. 15 85 100
5 Comprehensive Viva-voce     50
 

1Vrth Semester

Sr. No. Subject Name CCE Marks Theory Paper Total
1 Community Organization 15 85 100
2 Social Action 15 85 100
3 Social Legislation 15 85 100
4 Social Policy and Planning 15 85 100
5 Comprehensive Viva-voce     50
 

Vth Semester

Sr. No. Subject Name CCE Marks Theory Paper Total
1 Social Welfare Administration 15 85 100
2 Social Work Research 15 85 100
3 Community Development 15 85 100
4 Labour Welfare: Social Work in Industries and Industrial Relations 15 85 100
5 Comprehensive Viva-voce     50
 

VIth Semester

Sr. No. Subject Name CCE Marks Theory Paper Total
1 Disaster Management 15 85 100
2 Social Work with Disabled 15 85 100
3 Human Resource Management & Its Functions 15 85 100
4 Urban Development 15 85 100
5 Field Work     50
6 Comprehensive Viva -voce     50
 

 

 


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MA (Master of Social Work)

ISSW is offering 2 Year PG Degree Programme

  • Labour Welfare and Personnel Management
  • Medical and Psychiatric Social Work
  • Urban and Rural Community Development

MA (Master of Social Work)

The objectives of the MA (Social Work) course are focused on preparing the candidates for a career as a professionally trained social worker and is aimed at inculcating  in them attitudes and values necessary for working with people and organizations for achieving the goals of the social work profession.

 

The duration of the course shall extend over 4 semesters (Two years) and consists of theory courses / papers (Core, Electives) and Field Practicum, Research Project, Summer placement, Block placement and Study tour. Besides the above, the students should also undergo soft-skills courses to enhance their employability and employment skills.

 

To meet the societal requirements, the course is offered with three major specializations in: (a)Labour Welfare and Personnel Management (b)Urban and Rural Community Development and (3)Medical and Psychiatric Social Work  The first year of the course will be focusing on Social Work theories and methods and during the second year an intensive specialization based training will be provided.

 

At the end of the course, the students will be able to groom themselves and develop necessary competencies to function as professionally trained social workers with the required knowledge and skills to work as managers and change agents in the challenging fields of Social Development  and Human Resource Management sectors.

 

Revised Syllabus of MA (Social Wok)
DAVV, Indore

1st Semester

Paper No. Nomenclature of Paper Maximum Marks Theory CCE
1 Introduction to Social Welfare 100 85 15
2 General Psychology 100 85 15
3 Understanding of Indian Society 100 85 15
4 Social Work Research and Statistics (Part-1) 100 85 15
5 Social work with Groups 100 85 15
  Field Practicum (annual evaluation)      
 

11nd Semester

Paper No. Nomenclature of Paper Maximum Marks Theory CCE
1 Fields of Social Welfare 100 85 15
2 Human Growth and Development 100 85 15
3 Social Work with Individuals 100 85 15
4 Social Work Research and Statistics (Part-11) 100 85 15
5 Indian Social Problems 100 85 15
  Field Practicum (annual evaluation)      
 

111rd Semester

Paper No. Nomenclature of Paper Maximum Marks Theory CCE
1 Social Policy in India 100 85 15
2 Community Organization 100 85 15
3 Counseling and communication 100 85 15
4 Specialization paper Group (A,B,C,D,E) 100 85 15
5 Specialization Paper (Group A,B,C,D,E) 100 85 15
  Field Practicum (annual evaluation)      

 

1Vth Semester

Paper No. Nomenclature of Paper Maximum Marks Theory CCE

17(a)

Social Development (or)

100 85 15
17(b) Computer Applications in Social Sciences (CASS)      
18 Management of Social Service Sector 100 85 15
19 Specialization paper (Group A,B,C,D,E) 100 85 15
20 Specialization paper (Group A,B,C,D,E) 100 85 15
21(a) Training and Development
(or)
100 85 15
21(b) Dissertation*      
Project Job oriented project work 50    
22 Field Practicum (annual evaluation) 100    
 

Specialization Groups

Group A Human Resource Management

(15A) Labour Welfare
(16 A) Management of Human Resources
(19 A) Labour Legislations
(20A) Management of Industrial Relations

 

Group B: Medical And Psychiatric Social Work

(15B) Medical And Psychiatric Information and its relevance to Social work Practice Part-1
(16B) Clinical Social Work Part-1
(19B) Medical And Psychiatric Information and its relevance to Social work Practice Part-11
(20B) Clinical Social Work Part-11

 

Group C Urban and Rural Community Development

(15C) Development Management Part-1
(16C) Rural Community Development
(19C) Development Management Part-11
(20C) Urban Community Development

 

Group D Social Welfare Administration

(15 D) Social welfare India Part-1
(16D) Administration of Social Welfare Part-1
(19 D) Social welfare in India Part-11
(20 D) Administration of Social Welfare Part-11

 

Group E Women and Child Development

(15 E) Women’s Welfare and Development Part-1
(16 E) Child Welfare and Development Part-1
(19E) Women’s Welfare and Development Part-11
(20E) Child Welfare and Development Part-11

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PGDHRD (Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management)

The Indore School of Social Work has started a one year Post Graduate Diploma Course in Human Resource Development...


Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management

(PGD-HRD : One Year Diploma Course)

The Indore School of Social Work has started a one year post-graduate diploma course in Human Resource Development, a professional course in order to fulfill the need to intensify the academic and training inputs in personnel working in the HR sector. This professional course in HRD helps in developing the required knowledge and skills among the personnel working in different industrial and non-industrial organizations to enhance their work motivation, leadership skills, human resource planning skills and a many more.

 

Most of the industrial and non-industrial organizations today are opening up departments of human resource development which is becoming the major trend today. This course will enable the candidate to gain entry to HRD sector in industrial, Government and developmental organizations.

 

The diploma course shall be conducted in two semesters
each semester consisting of six months

1st Semester,
Duration: Six Months

Paper No. Nomenclature of Paper Maximum Marks Theory CCE
1 Elements of Human resource Development 100 85 15
2 Organizational Development and Change 100 85 15
3 Organizational Behavior 100 85 15
4 Techniques of Research and Appraisal 100 85 15
 

11nd Semester, Duration: Six Months

Paper No. Nomenclature of Paper Maximum Marks Theory CCE
1 Training and Development 100 85 15
2 Human Resource Planning 100 85 15
3 Management information System 100 85 15
4 Labour Legislations 100 85 15
Project Job Oriented Project work 100    
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