(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.
|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||Award of Provision Degree Certificate||20-04-2020|
In the event of any of the above date being holiday, the activity shall commence on the next working day
|Paper Title||Instruction Hrs / Week||Duration
|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|
|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|
|Paper Title||Instruction Hrs / Week||Duration
|SU MSW17||Personnel Management & HRD
Medical Social Work
|SU MSW18||Management Concept
Working with Children and Adolescence
|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|
|SU MSW24||Industrial Relations & Labour Welfare
Psychiatric Social Work
|SU MSW25||Labour Legislation
|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|
Internal Marks are based on Assignments, Internal exams, Class participation/ presentation & Attendance
|S. No.||Assessment Method||Marks|
|2||Internal Exams (I & II)||40|
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.
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|
Semester I & II
Semester III & IV
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 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.
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.
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).