Activities

COLLEGE OF SOCIAL SCIENCES & HUMANITIES

MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK (M.S.W.)

(2 year – 4 semesters programme)

Eligibility: Any graduate degree with not less than 40% marks aggregate in subjects excluding languages

Admission based on valid score in SU MSW Entrance test.

Programme is offered at Srinivas Institute of Management Studies (SIMS), Pandeshwar, Mangalore, recognized by AICTE-New Delhi and Accredited with A’ grade by NAAC.


Unique Features :

  • Comprehensive credit-based curriculum.
  • Seminars and Group presenatation in all semesters to develop presentation skills.
  • Written and Oral Communication proficiency enhancement incorporated in curriculum
  • Mini projects in all semesters to improve analytical thinking among students.
  • NGO Internship
  • Programme/Event management included in syllabus.
  • Human Resource Management given focus.
  • Summer placement to gain additional exposure during year end vacation.
  • Basic Computer Skills are developed as part of the course requirement through classroom training & evaluation.
  • Stage model of student development through value added MSW++ features.
  • Campus placement arranged periodically.
  • Well planned Academic calendar
  • Bridge course in preferred areas.
  • Vivekananda Study circle for spiritual and character building.
  • Counselling and Mentoring for weak students
  • Opportunity for obtaining Educational loan for economically weaker students
  • Periodic Seminars and Conferences
  • Innovation in examination system
  • Opportunity to pursue research
  • Study material for all subjects
  • Xerox Centre and printing facility

MSW CALENDAR 2018 – 2020

Sl. No. Activity Date
1. Commencement of Academic year 01-07-2018
2. Last date for admission 30-07-2018
3. Commencement of I Semester classes 01-08-2018
4. Last date by which the admission statement along with relevant documents to be submitted to the Registrar’s Office for approval 15-09-2018
5. Commencement of I internal examination 05-10-2018
6 Commencement of II internal examination 20-11-2018
7 End of I semester classes 26-11-2018
8 Commencement of I Semester University examination 01-12-2018
9 Commencement of II Semester classes 21-12-2018
10 Commencement of I internal examination 05-02-2019
11 Commencement of II internal examination 30-03-2019
12 End of II semester classes 08-04-2019
13 Commencement of II Semester University examination 17-04-2019
14 Commencement of III Semester classes 30-04-2019
15 Commencement of I internal examination 30-06-2019
16 Commencement of II internal examination 25-07-2019
17 End of III semester classes 01-08-2019
18 Commencement of III Semester University examination 05-08-2019
19 Commencement of IV Semester classes 12-08-2019
20 Commencement of I internal examination 05-11-2019
21 Commencement of II internal examination 10-11-2019
22 Completion of IV Semester Project work 20-11-2019
23 IV semester Project work viva voce examination 10-12-2019
24 Commencement of IV Semester University examination 06-02-2020
25 Summer Placement 15-02-2020
25 Award of Provision Degree Certificate 20-04-2020

 

NOTE:

In the event of any of the above date being holiday, the activity shall commence on the next working day

  20th April, 2020 : Award of Provisional Degree Certificate
SEMESTER I
Paper

Code

Paper Title Instruction Hrs / Week Duration

of

Exami-nation

Marks Credits
IA Sem. Exam Total
SU MSW01 Social Work – History and Philosophy 4 2 50 50 100 4
SU MSW02 Social Case Work 4 2 50 50 100 4
SU MSW03 Social Group Work 4 2 50 50 100 4
SU MSW04 Organizational Psychology 4 2 50 50 100 4
SU MSW05 Basic Computer Skills for Reporting 2 2 50   50 2
SU MSW06 Field Practicum (one day in a week) 6 100 100 6
SU MSW07 Communication skill and language proficiency (Written) 2 2  50   50 2
SU MSW08 Seminar and Group presentation 2 2  50  50 2
  TOTAL 32       650 28
SEMESTER II
SU MSW 09 Indian Society – Polity & Economy 4 3 50 50 100 4
SU MSW10 Community Organisation & Social Action 4 3 50 50 100 4
SU MSW11 Social Welfare Administration 4 3 50 50 100 4
SU MSW12 Social Research & Statistics 4 3 50 50 100 4
SU MSW13 Basic Computer Skills for Reporting and Research 2 2 50   50 2
SU MSW14 Field practicum 6 100 100 6
SU MSW15 Communication skill and language proficiency (Oral) 2 2  50   50 2
SU MSW16 Seminar and Group presentation 2 2  50   50 2
  TOTAL 32       650 28

 

 

III SEMESTER
Paper

Code

Paper Title Instruction Hrs / Week Duration

of

Exami-nation

Marks Credits
IA Sem. Exam Total
SU MSW17 Personnel Management & HRD             

OR

Medical Social Work

4 3 50 50 100 4
SU MSW18 Management Concept

OR

Working with Children and Adolescence

4 3 50 50 100 4
SU MSW19 Rural & Tribal Community Development 4 3 50 50 100 4
SU MSW20 Citizen Participation in Local Self Government 4 3 50 50 100 4
SU MSW21 Field Practicum 6 100 100 6
SU MSW22 Summer Placement 100 100 4
SU MSW23 Seminar and Group presentation 2 2 50   50 2
  TOTAL 28       650 28
IV SEMESTER
SU MSW24 Industrial Relations & Labour Welfare

OR

Psychiatric Social Work

4 3 50 50 100 4
SU MSW25 Labour Legislation

OR

Therapeutic Counseling

4 3 50 50 100 4
SU MSW26 Urban community Development 4 3 50 50 100 4
SU MSW27 Field Practicum 6 50 100 150 6
SU MSW28 Research Project 6 50 100 150 6
SU MSW29 Placement Training, Case study on the Research topic 4 50 50 4
TOTAL 32       650 28

Examination Pattern :

 

A.       Theory Papers : Internal Marks :

Internal Marks are based on Assignments, Internal exams, Class participation/ presentation & Attendance

S. No. Assessment Method Marks
1 Assignments 05
2 Internal Exams (I & II) 40
3 Attendance 05
Total 50
Semester Exam Marks :

At the end of each semester, examinations will be conducted for all the papers to be covered in that semester and evaluation will be done for 50 marks each. The timings of the examination will be followed as per academic calendar.

Pattern of Question Paper in End Sem Exam :

The question paper pattern in each Semester Exam for 50 marks consists of one long essay for 10 marks, out of two, 4 short answer questions for 7 marks each out of Six (28 marks) and 6 short notes of 2 marks (12 marks) to be answered out of 8 questions .

No. of Questions Type Marks/Question Total Marks
6 out of 8 Short notes 2 x 6 = 12 12
4 out of 6 Short Answer 4 x 7 = 28 28
1 out of 2 Long essay 1 x 10 = 10 10
Total Semester Marks 50
 
A.      Practicals/Lab Papers :

Semester I & II

  1. English Language Communication – 50 marks
  2. Computer Skills – 50 marks
  3. Field practicum/ NGO Internship – 100 marks
  4. Seminar and Group presentation – 50 marks

 

Semester III & IV

  1. Summer Placement – 100 marks
  2. Field practicum/Industry Internship – 150 marks
  3. Seminar and Group presentation – 50 marks
  4. Research project – 150 marks
  5. Training & Placement – 50 marks.

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PERMISSIONS

 

(1) STATE GOVERNMENT PERMISSION:

SRINIVAS University is established as per section 22 of UGC Act, by Karnataka State Govt. with the approval of the Legislature and assent of His Excellency the Governor to promote and undertake the advancement of University Education in Technical, Health, Management, Life Science and all sectors of sciences, social sciences, humanities, and allied sectors of higher and professional education. SRINIVAS University is governed by the SRINIVAS UNIVERSITY ACT 2013, an Act incorporated and established by Government of Karnataka published as Karnataka Gazette Notification on 25/03/2013.

The Government of Karnataka, Higher Education Department vide its Final Notification No. ED 29 UNE 2015, dated. 20/02/2015 has accorded its approval for the establishment of SRINIVAS University.

  • UGC PERMISSION :

UGC has further clarified in its Status Letter No. F8-16/2015 (CPP-1/PU) dated 23/08/2015, that the Srinivas Group of Colleges have been permitted to start Srinivas University as established by the Srinivas University Act 2013 of the Karnataka State Legislature. Further they are empowered to award degrees as specified under section 22 of the UGC act.

  • AICTE APPROVAL :

As per Supreme Court Judgment, Universities do not require AICTE approval. Only institutions which are affiliated to Universities require approval. As SRINIVAS UNIVERSITY is a Private University established by a State Act, it does not require AICTE approval. This standing of law is clarified by the Supreme Court in the case of Bharathidasan University Vs AICTE. A copy of Public Notice & RTI reply by AICTE and the copy of the relevant judgment are enclosed in the website www.srinivasuniversity.edu.in.

However, prior to the formation of Srinivas University, the constituent Colleges of Srinivas Group of Colleges, were affiliated to Mangalore University/VT University/RGUHS with AICTE approvals to run their Courses. Hence, they have established norms & standards laid down by AICTE.

  • APPROVAL OF ASSOCIATION OF INDIAN UNIVERSITIES

Srinivas University is a member of Association of Indian Universities (Ref.No. Meet/GC/336/2015/260157 dated 15th December, 2015) so that its degrees awarded are accepted by all Universities in India and abroad (Website: www.aiuweb.org).