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Re: MSW course in Kota University

The Department of Social Sciences affiliated to the Kota University offers the MSW course. the Kota University was established in 2003. This is recognized by the UGC


Duration: 2 year

Intake: 40


The applicant must have Graduation in any discipline with at least 48 % marks for general candidates,
Minimum pass marks for SC/ST/OBC/SOBC candidates

Fee per annum (Rs.):



First Semester
Introduction to Social Work
Indian Society and Social Structure
Personality Development and Human Behaviour
Research Method in Social Work
Social Case Work
Concurrent Practicum

Second Semester

Social Group Work
Social Action and Human Rights
Use of Statistical Methods in Social Work
Community Organization and Community Development
Social Policy and Administration
Concurrent Practicum

Master of Social Work syllabus
Scheme of Examination:
There shall be an examination at the end of each semester. The examination shall be
conducted by means of written papers unless otherwise specified.
Each paper will be of 100 marks. The breakup of marks will be as 80 marks for theory
paper and 20 marks for internal assessment.
The internal assessment marks shall be based on factors such as- Participation in
seminars Case discussions and group work activities, quizzes, individual and group
oral presentations, submission of written assignment, term papers, classroom
participation and attendance with maximum of 10 marks out of maximum 20 marks
allocated for Internal Assessments. There will be one written class test of 10 marks in
each paper except Practicum papers.
A candidate is required to obtain 40% marks in each paper for a pass provided that in
the case of paper where a practical examination is prescribed; candidates are required
to pass in theory as well as in practical separately.
If any candidate does not appear in any of the internal test on medical or other valid
grounds, he/she may appear in defaulter class (internal) test by depositing a fee Rs.
250/-per subject.
A candidate who obtained at least 40% in each paper and 50% in aggregate in each
semester examination, shall be Dee laud passes minimum percentage of marks
required for a pass in first division, and second division 60% and 50% respectively in
the aggregate of all the four semester examinations.
Students are required to pass separately in internal and external examination. If one
fails in internal and has passed in external, he will appear only in that paper (internal)
in which he has failed and the marks of external exam will be carried forward and he/
she will not be required to reappear in the exam in which he has passed and Viceversa.
Pattern of Question Paper :
All the papers will be bi-lingual (English and Hindi). There shall be two sections:
Section A: (Max. Marks 20) shall comprise of 20 questions and shall be objective type
with multiple choice. Four questions will be from each unit.
Section B: (Max. Marks 60) Five questions with internal choice selecting one from each unit.
Each question carries equal marks.
Master of Social Work Examination - 2015
Course Structure
Semester Paper Code Nomenclature Maximum Marks
Internal External
101 Introduction to Social Work 20 80
102 Indian Society and Social Structure 20 80
103 Personality Development and Human
20 80
104 Research Method in Social Work 20 80
105 Social Case Work 20 80
106 Concurrent Practicum 20 80
201 Social Group Work 20 80
202 Social Action and Human Rights 20 80
203 Use of Statistical Methods in Social Work 20 80
204 Community Organization and Community
20 80
205 Social Policy and Administration 20 80
106 Concurrent Practicum 20 80
301 Social Security and welfare Administration 20 80
302 Population and Environment 20 80
303 Social Problem and Social Legislations 20 80
Elective I-
304 A
Social Work and Disaster Management 20 80
Elective I-
304 B
Women’s Rights and Gender Issues 20 80
Elective -II
305 A
Rural & Urban Community Development 20 80
Elective -II
305 B
Social Work Practice with Children and Youth 20 80
306 Concurrent Field Work Practicum & Viva- voce
- 100
401 Human Resource Management 20 80
402 Political Economy and Development 20 80
403 Rural Society and Panchayatiraj Institutions 20 80
Elective III-
404 A
Management of Non-Profit Organisations and
Social Enterprises
20 80
Elective III-
404 B
Social Work with Differently Abled 20 80
Elective IV-
405 A
Livelihoods and Development 20 80
Elective IV-
405 B
Social Work with Senior Citizen 20 80
406 Block Placement Training - 100
Semester I
Unit I
Development of social work in India & United states and UK. Basic concepts of
social work. Their meaning & Definition : Social services, social welfare, social reform,
social security, social movement, social development & social change. Function of Social
Unit II
Social work perspectives, evaluation of ideological perspectives. Evaluation of
traditional compartmentalization of social work methods. Rationale for integrated approach
to social work practice.
Unit III
Philosophical foundation of social work : democratic & humanitarian philosophy.
Values in social work : meaning & links. Ethical cal aspects of social intervention.
Unit IV
Social work as profession : characteristics need for professionalization. Evaluation of
professional statues of social work as profession in India.
Unit V
Welfare state: concept, relational and different perspectives. Evaluation of Indian
police as welfare state. Approaches to social work: integrated, holistic, interactions, problem
solving, psycho, social, and sarvodya.
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University of Kota
Near Kabir Circle, MBS Marg, Swami Vivekanand Nagar, Kota, Rajasthan 324005 ‎
0744 247 2934 ‎


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