Master of Social Work

Department of Social Work offers post graduate course in Social Work Education i.e. Master of Social Work - M.S.W. - two years full time programme with medium of instructions as English. The Programme started functioning right from the inception of SIBER Trust in the year 1976. Besides, M. Phil programme in Sociology and Social Work is also offered. It is a recognized centre for Ph. D. Programme in Social Work and Sociology of Shivaji University, Kolhapur.

This Department is named after Late Shri. Dinkarrao K. Shinde, a renowned teacher and father of the Founder Director & President of CSIBER Trust , Late Dr. A.D. Shinde as D. K. SHINDE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK.

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To impart and organize scientific training / teaching in social work to those desirous of making a career in the field of social work.

  1. To organize research activities and to train students in the methods of social work research to promote the growth of social work profession.

  2. To offer such training facilities as are necessary to develop the basic and professional knowledge, skills, techniques & attitudes in students to work with individuals, groups & community for enhancement of social functioning. 

  3. To organize conferences, symposia, seminars, guest lectures, workshops, etc. for the benefit of those who are in the field of social work, social service and also the public welfare activities undertaken to promote the welfare of different sections of the community.

  4. To undertake such other activities as may be deemed necessary to promote understanding and better professional practices in the area of Human Resource Management, Labour Welfare, Industrial Relations, Family and Child Welfare, Criminology and Correctional Administration, Urban and Rural Community Development Work, Medical and Psychiatric social work and the like.

 

  • Established in the Year 1976 as Dept. of Social Work

  • Renamed in 1992 as D. K. Shinde School Of Social Work

  • M. Phil in Social Work and Sociology Commenced in the Year 1983 

  • Master of Social Work

  • M. Phil in Social Work and Sociology 

  • To provide Social Work Professional Education and Training to Students

  • Provide Learning Experience To Equip Students With Social Work Practices In Various Settings.  

  • Develop Capacities Of Reflective Practitioners Through Concurrent Field Work 

  • Promote Importance Of Research 

  • All Faculty are Doctorates, having not less than 20 years of teaching experience

  • Language Laboratory : LIU/ communication Skill 

  • Centralized MSW & Department Library 

  • Personality Development: Training on Soft Skills: Listening, Body Language, etc 

  •  Seminars / Workshops conducted for Students: 5 (Average p.a.)

  • Guest lectures / Alumni Sessions: 35 (Average p.a.) 

  • Block placement /Summer Placement Training: 30 days

  • Concurrent Field Work Training: 256 Hrs per Semester 

  • Educational Visits 

  • Interactive Teaching – Learning: MOODLE Platform /Video Conferencing

  • Rural Camp for MSW First Year is organized for 8 days during second week of February

  • Study tours are organized for MSW Second Year for 8 days during second week of February

  • Induction Program

  • Orientation and Concurrent Field work 

  • Guest Lectures 

  • Seminars & Work Shops 

  • Survey Activities 

  • Street plays 

  • Cultural Activities

  • Celebrating  National Days /Birth And Death Anniversary of Eminent Personalities

  • Health check-up camps/ Blood Donation Camps

  • Participating in Industry CSR and Social outreach programmes 

  • Remedial Courses for academically weak students.

  • Students welfare activities 

  • Skill Development and Capacity Building Programmes 

  • Research  Projects

  • Rural Camp / Study Tour 

  • Campus Interviews 

  • Summer and Block Placement  

  • Parents and Alumni meet

  • Sports activities

  • Mentors:  (1:20) monitoring academic /Fieldwork progress.

  •  Career Guidance to students

  •  Earn and Learn Schemes

  •  Special Support to foreign Students.

  •  Remedial Improvement Program for Weaker Students

  •  Arranging Educational visits 

  • Alumni - Student Interactions

  • Parent-Teacher meeting 

  • Scholarship 

  1. Maharashtra Govt. Scholarship for Reserved Category Candidates

  2. Central Govt. Scholarship for Minority 

  3. Chief Ministers  Endowment Funds  

  4. Savitribai Phule Scholarship – MSW – II (Girls)

  5. Radhabai Shinde - MSW – II (Boys)

  • Placements

  1. Research: Associates and Field Investigators/ Projects Co-Ordinators

  2. Community:  Rural /Urban/ Tribal; Development Officers/Advisors

  3. Government: Block Development Officer/Extension  Officers / Adult Education Dept. / Nehru Yuva Kendra / VROs /PDOs 

  4. Counselling: Journalist (Social Wing)/ Child Guidance Clinic/ De Addiction Centre Centers

  5. Hospitals: Medical Social Worker /Psychiatric Social Workers/ Counselors

  6. Schools: School Social Worker / Counsellors

  7. Industries: Labour Welfare/ HR, Executives/Managers and GM s 

  8. NGOs: Old Age Home/ Mahila Adhar Graha/ Girls and Boys   Observation Homes , MAVIM, Cooperatives etc.

Governance, Leadership and Management

 



 

Institute Social Responsibility 

 


 

  • Work Shop on LGBT (Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender)  

 

  • Skill Development, Sessions 

 

  • TB Awareness in Public Transport

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  • Voting Rights Awareness


 

  • A Glimpse of our Annual  and Extension Activities


 


 

Agency Linkages for Concurrent Field Work (Structured & Unstructured Settings)

 

MSW – I

Sr.No

Name of the Organization

1

School For The Blind Kolhapur.

2

V.M. Lohia School For Deaf And Dumb, Kolhapur.

3

Dr. Radhakrishana  Balkalyansankul, Kolhapur.

4

Ahilyabaiholkar  Girls Observation Home, Kolhapur

5

Anathmahila  Ashram. 

6

Shishu Griha - Boys Observation Home.

7

Swadhar Leprosy Colony, Shenda Park, Kolhapur.

8

Chetana Vikas Mandir, (School For Mentally Challenged) Kolhapur. 

9

    Sudhakar  Joshi Nagar Slum, Kolhapur

10

Swayam School For Mentally Challenged Kolhapur.

11

Takala Slum, Kolhapur 

12

Tejeswani Mahil Aadhar Graha, Sambhaji Nagar, Kolhapur. 

13

Mahila Dakshata Samiti, Kolhapur.

14

Swana Jayanti Shehri Rojagar Yojana, Kolhapur.

15

Helpers  Of The Handicapped, Kolhapur.

16

Rajendra Nagar Slum, Kolhapur.

17

Prabudha Bharat  High School, Kolhapur.

18

State Home For Men, Kolhapur.

19

Sadar Bazar Slum, Kolhapur.

20

Kalamba Central Prison, Kolhapur.

21

Matoshree  Aged Home, Chambukhadi, Kolhapur.

22

National Rural Development Society, Kolhapur.

23

Pratham, Mangalwar Peth, Kolhapur.

24

Narl  Paramedical Centre.

25

Matoshree, R. K. Nagar, Kolhapur

26

Men Against Violence & Abuse,   {Mava} Csiber Campus, Kolhapur

27

Counselling Centre  Karveer Kolhapur

28

Dr. Swavepalli Radhakrishna  Muncipal School

29

Child Welfare  Committee (CWC)  Kolhapur

30

T.B. Control Program, Kolhapur Municipal Corporation

31

Municipal School, Kolhapur

32

Family Counselling Center, SP office, Kolhapur

33

Babasaheb Nadgonda Patil Trust, Kolhapur

34

Saolokhe Nagar Slum, Kolhapur

35

RAY Scheme (Rajiv Awas Yojana), Municipal School, Kolhapur

36

Setu Social Organisation, Kolhapur


 


 

MSW – II (Group – A)

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND LABOUR WELFARE

Sr.No

                          Name of the Organization

1.

Popular Industries, Udayamnagar,Kolhapur

2.

Gokul Dudh , Gokulshirgaon

3.

Indocount,  Gokulshirgaon

4.

Menonbearings, Gokulshirgaon

5.

Arvindcotspin  Gokulshirgaon

6.

Shahu Sugar Mill  Kagal

7.

Menon Alkop    5-Star Midc,Kagal

8.

Mather And Platt,  Gokulshirgaon

9.

Shantaram Machinaries, Gokulshirgaon

10.

Kirloskar Oil Engine Limited  (Koel)5 Star Midc,Kagal

11

Menon&Menon,Vikramnagar

12

Sound Castings,5-Star Midc,Kagal

13

Kolhapur Steels, Shiroli

14

Menon Pistons,Shiroli

15

Manugraph ,Shiroli

16

S.B. Reshellers,Shiroli

17

Navamaharashtrasoot Girni,Sajini

18

Shriram Foundries,Shiroli

19

Indocount,5 Star Midc,Kagal

20

Soktas,5 Star Midc,Kagal

21

Ghatgepatil Industries,Uchgaon

22

Mantri Metalics Shiroli

23

Mantri Metalics , 5- Star Midc,Kagal

24

Elcom, Gandhi Nagar/, 5- Star Midc,Kagal 

25

Sound Castings,Shiroli

26

Padmawathi Steels, Kagal

27

Caspro,Shiroli

28

Monte Textiles

29

Nagreeka Exports,Yavluj

30

Sultanpure Textiles,Ichalkaranji

31

Kulkarni Power Tools,Jaysingpur

32

Saroj Industries,Shiroli

33

Menon & Menon, 5- Star Midc, Kagal

34

Tulip, Shiroli

35

Ghatage Patil Industries 5- Star Midc, Kagal

36

Warna Dudh Warnanagar

37

Mayura Steels , Midc Shiroli 





 

MSW II  GROUP ‘ B’ URBAN AND RURAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

Sr.No

Name of the Organization

1

    Swana Jayanti Shehari  Rojga Ryojana, Kolhapur.

2

Nehru Yuva Kendra

3

District  Social Welfare Office

4

District Adult Education Department

5

Swayamsidha (Training Centre For Women)

6

District Probation Office

7

Takala Slum

8

Panchayat  Samiti

9

Matoshree Aged Home

10

Matoshree  Aged Home

11

Kolhapur District Central Co-Operative Bank Ltd.

12

Shri Sonal Mahila Utkarsh

13

Mahila Arthik Vikas Mahamandal

14

District  Women And Child Welfare Dept.

15

Rajendra Nagar Slum

16

Urban Basic Services For Poor.    .

17

    Dept. Of Community Medicine, D. Y. Patil Medical College, Kolhapur. 

18

National Rural Development Society, Kolhapur.

19

Navchaitanya De   Addiction Center, R.K. Nagar, Kolhapur.

20

Disaster Risk Management, Collector Office, Kolhapur.

21

Adivasinirantarsanstha, RK Nagar, Kolhapur 

22

Gram Panchyat Wathar Village

23

Siddhagiri Kanerimath

24

Water & Sanitation Kolhapur

25

Kolhapur Cancer Hospital

26

Grampanchyat  Asurle Porle Village

27

Menon & Menon Vikram Nagar Kolhapur

28

Kirloskar Oil Engines   Midc Shiroli

29

Jilha Udyog Bhavan 

30

Maharaashtra Centre  Interpretation Development  (MCED)

31

Gram Panchyat  Kogil Khurd Village

32

T.B Control Department  Municipal Corporation Kolhapur

33

Karveer Pancayat Samiti Kolhapur

34

Child Line Kolhapur

35

Sakhi Sanghtana Kolhapur

36

    Network Of Kolhapur People Living With HIV (NKP)

37

    Muslim Samaj & Shikshan Brobhodhan Sanstha





 

MSW-II GROUP E MEDICAL AND PSYCHIATRIC SOCIAL WORK

Sr.No

                          Name of the Organization

1

Kripamai Institute Of Mental Health, Miraj.

2

Chhatrapatipramilaraje Hospital, Kolhapur. 

3

Swastik Hospital, Kolhapur.

4

Dhanvantari Hospital, Kolhapur.

5

Wanless Hospital, Miraj.

6

Shree Shanti Clinic, Kolhapur.

7

Patanjali Clinic, Kolhapur.

8

Service Hospital, Kolhapur.

9

D. Y. Patil Medical Hospital, Kolhapur.

10

Sankalp, Health Care Unit, Kolhapur.

11

City Hospital, Rajarampuri, Kolhapur

12

NKP  Shahupuri, Kolhapur

13

Indian Red-Cross Society, Kolhapur

14

Panchgangahospital, Ganga Vesh, Kolhapur

15

Samvad Clinic For  Hearing 

16

Savitribai Phule Hospital , Kolhapur

17

Kolhapur Cancer Centre

18

Richardson Leprosy Mission , Miraj

19

Lotus Foundation , Kolhapur




 

M.S.W. Programme Structure (Revised) as per Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)

With effective from 2019-20

MSW – First Year

SEMESTER – I

Duration 16 Weeks

Nature of Course

Course Code

Course

Credits

Contact Hours

Int. & Ext. Marks

Marks

Lecture

Tutorial

Practice

Total

CC

CC 101

History And Philosophy Of Social Work

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

CC 102

Work With Individuals & Families

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

CC 103

Work With Groups

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

CC 104

Indian Social Problems &  Social Services

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

CC 105

Orientation and Concurrent Field Work

4

--

--

256

256

50+50

100

CC 106

Field Work Report and Viva-Voce

4

--

--

50+50

100

DSE (Any One)

DSE 101A

Sociology In relation to Social Work

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

DSE 101B

Dynamics of Human Behaviour

GE (Any One)

GE 101A

Environment & Development

4

45

5

10

60

40+60

100

GE 101B

Office Automation

GE 101C

Fundamentals of Management

GE 101D

Principles of Economics

AEC

AEC 101

Communication

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

   

Total

30

255

35

296

586

 

900

 

Note: Concurrent field work 32 hrs = 1 credit

Every course (theory) 15 hrs   = 1credit         

CC      :  Core Course

DSE    : Discipline Specific Elective  

GE      : Generic Elective  

AEC    : Ability Enhancement Course


 

MSW – First Year

SEMESTER – II

Duration 16 Weeks

Nature of Course

CourseCode

Course

 

Credits

Contact Hours

Int. & Ext. Marks

Marks

Lecture

Tutorial

Practice

Total

CC

CC 201

Community Organization and Social Action

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

CC 202

Social Welfare Administration

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

CC 203

Social Work Research

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

CC 204

Social Policy, Planning and Development

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

CC 205

Rural Camp and Concurrent Field Work

4

--

--

256

256

50+50

100

CC 206

Field Work Report and Viva-Voce

4

--

--

50+50

100

DSE

(Any One)

DSE 201A

Economics in Relation to Social Work

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

DSE 201B

Social Work Practice in the Field of Health

GE (Any One)

GE   201A

Disaster Management

4

45

5

10

60

40+60

100

GE   201B

Management Information System (MIS)

GE   201C

Fundamentals of Accounting

GE   201D

Principles of Micro-Economics

AEC

AEC  201

Statistics

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

   

Total

30

255

35

296

586

 

900





 

MSW – SECOND YEAR

SEMESTER – III 

Group A – Human Resource Management & Labour Welfare (HRM & LW)

Duration 16 Weeks

Nature of Course

Course

Code

Course

 

Credits

Contact Hours

Int. & Ext. Marks

Marks

Lecture

Tutorial

Practice

Total

CC

HRCC 301

Labour Welfare – I 

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

HRCC 302

Human Resource Management

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

HRCC 303

Labour Legislations – I

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

HRCC 304

Counselling : Theory & Practice

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

HRCC 305

Orientation and Concurrent Field Work

4

--

--

256

256

50+50

100

HRCC 306

Field Work Report and Viva-Voce

4

--

--

50+50

100

DSE

(Any One)

HRDSE 301A

Labour Economics

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

HRDSE 301B

Trade Unions

GE (Any One)

GE   301A

Sustainable  Agriculture 

4

45

5

10

60

40+60

100

GE   301B

E-Commerce 

GE   301C

ED- Entrepreneurship Development

GE   301D

Fundamentals of Micro Economics

AEC

AEC 301A

Computer Application (Theory)

1

15

0

0

15

20+30

50

AEC 301B

Computer Application (Practicals)

2

0

0

60

60

20+30

50

   

Total

30

235

30

351

616

 

900




 

SEMESTER – III 

Group B – Urban and Rural Community Development (URCD)

Duration 16 Weeks

Nature of Course

Course

Code

Course

 

Credits

Contact Hours

Int. & Ext. Marks

Marks

Lecture

Tutorial

Practice

Total

CC

CDCC 301

Rural and Urban Sociology

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

CDCC 302

Rural Community Development

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

CDCC 303

Panchayat Raj In India

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

CDCC 304

Counselling : Theory & Practice

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

CDCC 305

Orientation and Concurrent Field Work

4

--

--

256

256

50+50

100

CDCC 306

Field Work Report and Viva-Voce

4

--

--

50+50

100

DSE

(Any One)

CDDSE 301A

Co-operation

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

CDDSE 301B

Ecology and Development

GE (Any One)

GE  301A

Sustainable  Agriculture

4

45

5

10

60

40+60

100

GE  301B

E-Commerce

GE  301C

ED- Entrepreneurship Development

GE   301D

Fundamentals of Micro Economics

AEC

AEC 301A

Computer Application (Theory)

1

15

0

0

15

20+30

50

AEC 301B

Computer Application (Practicals)

2

0

0

60

60

20+30

50

   

Total

30

235

30

351

616

 

900





 

SEMESTER – III 

Group E – Medical and Psychiatric Social Work (MPSW)

           Duration 16 Weeks

Nature of Course

Course

Code

Course

 

Credits

Contact Hours

Int. & Ext. Marks

Marks

Lecture

Tutorial

Practice

Total

CC

MPCC 301

Preventive and Social Medicine 

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

MPCC 302

Psychopathology and Mental Health – I

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

MPCC 303

Medical and Psychiatric Social Work

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

MPCC 304

Counselling : Theory & Practice

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

MPCC 305

Orientation and Concurrent Field Work

4

--

--

256

256

50+50

100

MPCC 306

Field Work Report and Viva-Voce

4

--

--

50+50

100

DSE (Any One)

MPDSE 301A

Developmental Psychology

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

MPDSE 301B

Hospital Management

GE (Any One)

GE   301A

Sustainable  Agriculture

4

45

5

10

60

40+60

100

GE   301B

E-Commerce

GE   301C

ED- Entrepreneurship Development

GE   301D

Fundamentals of Micro Economics

AEC

AEC 301A

Computer Application (Theory)

1

15

0

0

15

20+30

50

AEC 301B

Computer Application (Practicals)

2

0

0

60

60

20+30

50

   

Total

30

235

30

351

616

 

900

 


 

MSW – SECOND YEAR

 

SEMESTER – IV 

Group A – Human Resource Management & Labour Welfare (HRM & LW)

Duration 16 Weeks

Nature of Course

Course

Code

Course

 

Credits

Contact Hours

Int. & Ext. Marks

Marks

Lecture

Tutorial

Practice

Total

CC

HRCC 401

Labour Welfare – II

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

HRCC 402

Labour Legislations – II

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

HRCC 403

Organizational Behavior

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

HRCC 404

Industrial Relations

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

HRCC 405

Study Tour and Concurrent Field Work

4

--

--

256

256

50+50

100

HRCC 406

Field Work Report and Viva-Voce

4

--

--

50+50

100

DSE (Any One)

HRDSE 401A 

Research Project

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

HRDSE 401B

Corporate Social Responsibility

HRDSE 401C

Women and Society

GE (Any One)

GE   401A

Land and Watershed Management

4

45

5

10

60

40+60

100

GE   401B

Data Base Management System(DBMS)

GE   401C

Business Ethics

GE   401D

Indian Economy

AEC

AEC  401

Soft Skills Development

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

   

Total

30

255

35

296

586

 

900

      *Note: There is no Theory Examination for DSE 401, DSE 402 & DSE 403 Paper. However there will be special assignments like Seminar, Class assignments, etc. to be conducted by respective faculty members and external examiner.


 

SEMESTER – IV 

Group B – Urban and Rural Community Development (URCD)

Duration 16 Weeks

Nature of Course

Course Code

Course

 

Credits

Contact Hours

Int. & Ext. Marks

Marks

Lecture

Tutorial

Practice

Total

CC

CDCC 401

Social Legislation

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

CDCC 402

Urban Community Development & Municipal Administration

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

CDCC 403

Social Inclusion & Exclusion of Weaker Section

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

CDCC 404

Rural Economy

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

CDCC 405

Study Tour and Concurrent Field Work

4

--

--

256

256

50+50

100

CDCC 406

Field Work Report and Viva-Voce

4

--

--

50+50

100

DSE (Any One)

CDDSE 401A

Research Project

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

CDDSE 401B

Corporate Social Responsibility

CDDSE 401C

Women and Society

GE (Any One)

GE  401A

Land and Watershed Management

4

45

5

10

60

40+60

100

GE  401B

Data Base Management System(DBMS)

GE  401C

Business Ethics

GE  401D

Indian Economy

AEC

AEC 401

Soft Skills Development

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

   

Total

30

255

35

296

586

 

900

*Note: There is no Theory Examination for DSE 401, DSE 402 & DSE 403 Paper. However there will be special assignments like Seminar, Class assignments, etc. to be conducted by respective faculty members and external examiner.

SEMESTER – IV 

Group E – Medical and Psychiatric Social Work (MPSW)

Duration 16 Weeks

Nature of Course

Course Code

Course

 

Credits

Contact Hours

Int. & Ext. Marks

Marks

Lecture

Tutorial

Practice

Total

CC

MPCC 401

Therapeutic Interventions

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

MPCC 402

Psychopathology and Mental Health – II

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

MPCC 403

Community Psychiatry

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

MPCC 404

Social Psychology

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

MPCC 405

Study Tour and Concurrent Field Work

4

--

--

256

256

50+50

100

MPCC 406

Field Work Report and Viva-Voce

4

--

--

50+50

100

DSE (Any One)

MPDSE 401A 

Research Project

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

MPDSE 401B

Community Health

MPDSE 401C

Women and Society

GE (Any One)

GE  401A

Land and Watershed Management

4

45

5

10

60

40+60

100

GE  401B

Data Base Management System(DBMS)

GE  401C

Business Ethics

GE  401D

Indian Economy

AEC

AEC 401

Soft Skills Development

3

35

5

5

45

40+60

100

   

Total

30

255

35

296

586

 

900

                   
   

TOTAL MSW I (Sem I &Sem II)

60

     

1172

 

1800

   

TOTAL MSW II (Sem III & Sem IV)

60

     

1172

 

1800

   

TOTAL MSW I & II

120

     

2344

 

3600

*Note: There is no Theory Examination for DSE 401, DSE 402 & DSE 403 Paper. However there will be special assignments like Seminar, Class assignments, etc. to be conducted by respective faculty members and external examiner.

 

Summary of MSW Programme Structure as per CBCS

 

Semesters

Core Credits

DSE Credits

GE Credits

AEC Credits

Total Credits

Contact Hours

Total Marks

I

20

3

4

3

30

586

900

II

20

3

4

3

30

586

900

III

20

3

4

3

30

586

900

IV

20

3

4

3

30

586

900

Total

80

12

16

12

120

2344

3600

Percentage

67

10

13

10

100%

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Internal marks breakup pattern, out of 40 marks

                                                                                        Class participation

 

10 marks

Moodle test

10 marks

Seminar

10 marks

Pre class reading/Class Assignment

05 marks

Book reading (general texts)/Home Assignment

05 marks

                    TOTAL                                                                           

40 marks

 

Concurrent field work breakup pattern, out of 200 marks

MSW I year

Semester  I

Marks

Semester  II

Marks

Field work  Orientation                                     

50

Rural camp                                                      

50

Field work Internal                                            

50

Field work Internal                                      

50

Field work Report

50

Field work  Report                                   

50

Field work  viva-voce                                           

50

Field work  viva-voce                                   

50

Total

200

Total

200

 

MSW II year

Semester  III

Marks

Semester  IV

Marks

Field work  Orientation                                     

50

Study Tour                                                      

50

Field work Internal                                            

50

Field work Internal                                      

50

Field work Report

50

Field work  Report                                   

50

Field work  viva-voce                                           

50

Field work  viva-voce                                   

50

Total

200

Total

200

 

Tutorials includes individual interaction, counseling, group discussion, providing special teaching for weak students etc

Practice includes involving students in research article reviewing, organising -blood donation camp, role play, street play, field work, poster exhibition etc

 

CHH. SHAHU INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS EDUCATION & RESEARCH (CSIBER), KOLHAPUR- 416004

 

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL WORK

ACADEMIC CALENDAR FOR   MSW PROGRAMME

FOR THE YEAR 2019-20

Reopening Day   17/06/2019

Teaching and field work Schedule   : MSW Semester – I& III                             (16 Weeks Duration)

Duration Dates

No. of Hrs. per Day

Total No. of Working Days (per month)

No. of Contact Hrs.

(per month)

Teaching

No. of Contact Hrs

(Per month)

Field Work

Total Contact Hrs.

(Teaching + FW Hrs)

Teaching (4 days per. week)

Field Work days per month

(2 Days per week)

17/06/2019 to 30/06/2019

Admission work

-

-

12

-

-

-

MSW-II Year

01-07-2019 to 31-07-2019

 (MSW-I Year

15-07-2019 to 31-07-2019)

7

9

26

7hrs X 17days =119

8hrs X 9 days=72

119hrs +72hrs=191

01-08-2019 to 31-08-2019

7

9

26

7hrs X 17days =119

8hrs X 9 days=72

119hrs +72hrs=191

01-09-2019 to 30-09-2019

7

9

26

7hrs X 17days =119

8hrs X 9 days=72

119hrs +72hrs=191

01-10-2019 to 19-10-2019

7

6

17

7hrs X 11days = 77

8hrs X 6 days=48

77hrs +48hrs=125

21st  October, 2019 to 02nd November, 2019 Diwali Vacation

04-11-2019 to 30-11-2019

7

8

24

7hrs X 16 days =112

8hrs X 8days =64

112hrs +64hrs=176

01-12-2019 to 31-12-2019

7

8

26

7hrs X 18 days =126

8hrs X 8 days=64

126hrs +64hrs=190

Remedial Classes,

09-12-2019 to 14-12-2019

7

-

04

7hrs X 5 days=35

-

35

Total

 

49 days

161 Days

707 Hrs.

392 Hrs

1099 Hrs

Preparation Period 09thDecember to 14th December 2019

Semester-I & III Examination – 05thDecember to 31st December, 2019

 

Teaching and field work Schedule   : MSW Semester– II& IV                   (16 Weeks Duration)

Duration Dates

No. of Hrs. per Day

Total No. of Working Days (per month

No. of Contact Hrs.

(per month)

Teaching

No. of Contact Hrs

(per month)

Field Work

Total Contact Hrs.

Teaching (4 days per. week)

Field Work (2 Days per .week)

01-01-2020 to 31-01-2020

 

7

10

26

7hrs X 16days =112

8hrs X 10 days = 80

112hrs+80hrs =192

01-02-2020 to 28-02-2020

7

8

24

7hrs X 16days =112

8hrs X 8days = 64

112hrs+64hrs =176

01-03-2020to 31-03-2020

7

8

26

7hrs X 18days =126

8hrs X 8days = 64

126hrs+64hrs =190

01-04-2020 to 09-04-2020

7

2

8

7hrs X 6days =42

8hrs X 2days = 16

112hrs+80hrs =192

Remedial Classes

10-04-2020 to 15-04-2020

7

-

05

-

-

35

Total

 

28 days

89 Days

602 Hrs

224 Hrs

785 Hrs

Preparation Period 10thApril to 15thApril, 2020

Semester-II & IV Examination 16thApril to 10th May, 2020

 

Total Number of Working Days (161+89)    :    250 days

Total number of Contact Hours For Semester –I & III    :    1099

Total number of Contact Hours For Semester –II  & IV    :    785

Number of Contact Hours for Extra Curricular Activities per semester    :    35hrs(approximately) 

Summer in-plant training will commence from 11thMay 2020 to 11th June 2020

 

Events:

Welcome Function    :    26/08/2019            Traditional Day                     : 16/12/2019

Sports Event:        25/12/2019 to 31/12/2019        Study Tour/ Rural Camp    :              Feb 2020

Farewell Function    :    24/03/2020

 

List of Holidays

 

1.

Ramjan ID

5

MahaveerJayanti

9.

Bakari ID

2.

Independence Day

6

Dasara

10.

Rang Panchhami

3.

Ganesh Chaturthi

7

Christmas

11.

Gudi Padwa

4.

Shiv Jayant5hi

8

Maharashtra Day

12.

AmbedkarJayanti

 

End of Academic year 2019-20   11/05/2020        Reopening Day of Academic year 2020-21: 15/06/2021





 

Dr. S.V.Shirol                                    Prof. Dr. M.M. Ali

HOD, MSW Programme                            Director

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Q.1. Is the MSW Programme is recognized by the Government?
Ans: Yes, MSW Programme is recognized by University Grants Commission, New Delhi and the institute is affiliated to Shivaji University, Kolhapur

Q.2. What is the medium of instruction, duration, and nature of the MSW Examination?
Ans: The medium of instruction is English. Duration is of two years (4 semesters). At the end of every semester, there will be an examination. MSW First Year (Semester I - 7 Subjects and Semester-II – 7 Subjects), MSW Second Year (Semester III - 7 Subjects and Semester-IV – 7 Subjects). The entire syllabus is based on the CBCS (Choice Based Credit System) pattern.  

Q.3. What is Intake Capacity?
Ans: 120 Seats (MSW First Year, 2 divisions)

Q.4. What are the specializations?
Ans: At present following specializations offered during the Second Year
Group A: Human Resource Management & Labour Welfare
Group B: Urban & Rural Community Development
Group E: Medical & Psychiatric Social Work

Q.5. Do you have an Alumni Association?
Ans: Yes, We have a registered CSIBER Alumni Association.

Q.6. What are employment opportunities available?
Ans: MSW Candidates are employable in various Government & Non-Governmental organizations as coordinators, field supervisors, caseworkers, group workers, community organizers, HR Managers, Labour officers, CSR Officers, Medical Social Workers, etc. and they are competent to start their own NGO.  

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