Courses

Bachelor of SOCIAL WORK (BSW)

Bachelor of Scocial Work (BSW) is a three year (six semesters) full-time degree programme under Dibrugarh University. This programme consists of theory and practice components, taught and learned through a combination of lectures, field work and research project.

The BSW programme is designed to equip the students with sound theoretical knowledge about social work, social welfare and development concerns of the poor, and enable the students to develop skills and insights into working with people at the individual, group and community levels, and their representatives, and network with other groups and professionals working on similar issues.

CAREER PROSPECTS :

There are ample job opportunities for BSW degree holders in both the government as well as non-governmental sector. Opportunity in the government sector is mainly in the community development projects pertaining to health, education, rural development, child, woman and tribal welfare etc.

ELIGIBILITY :

The minimum qualification for admission to BSW programme is H.S. ( 10+2), from a recognized Board securing minimum 45% marks in agreegate (40% for SC, ST & OBC).

NO. OF SEATS : Total number of seats is 40.

FEE STRUCTURE : Please click here for detailed fee structure

ADMISSION PROCEDURE: Admission into BSW Course shall be made on the basis of merit.

COURSE STRUCTURE

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER
Introduction to Social Work Social Work & Social welfare Admn.
Sociological concept of Social Work Social Problem in India
Economic comcept for Social Work Scope of Social Work
Concurrent Field Work-I Concurrent Field Work-II
   
THIRD SEMESTER FOURTH SEMESTER
Contemporary Ideologies for Social Work Social Case Work
Human Growth & Behaviour Social Group Work
Development Communication Community Organisation
Concurrent Field Work-III Concurrent Field Work-IV
   
FIFTH SEMESTER SIXTH SEMESTER
Human Growth & Development Social Work & Legal Information
Family Life Education Community Development
Professional Skill Development Social Work & Reserch Method
Concurrent Field Work-V Project Work