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Department of Applied Social Science (M.S.W)


  • Prepare students for professional social work practice in a variety of systems and settings with diverse client populations.
  • Educate students for advanced practice in an identified area of specialization in either clinical or macro practice.
  • Identify and analyze existing and emerging social problems.
  • Foster the use of social work knowledge, skills, values, and ethics in all aspects of their professional activities.
  • Disseminate knowledge on social problems.


The MSW program promotes the profession of social work by educating students to become leaders for social change.

We prepare them to be highly competent professionals who are skilled at providing effective service, integrating interdisciplinary knowledge, theory, and social work values with practice to address social needs.

The MSW program generates knowledge for application in the field, inspires students for academic, and practice excellence.

The philosophy of the program embraces diversity and promotes social change in order to achieve a more just society.

The main objective of the course is to train young men and women in the methods of social work. Social case work, social group work, community work, social action, social policy, planning and administration, social work research and social welfare management.


  • To train young men and women in the method of social work.
  • To encourage the skill building through a balance of theory and practical.
  • To create skillful qualities & professionalism.
  • It’s aimed to give intensive field work training through ‘Open Field Work’ .
  • Apply critical thinking skills within the context of professional social work practice.
  • Understand the value base of the profession and its ethical standards and principles, and practice accordingly.
  • Evaluate research studies, apply research findings to practice, and evaluate their own practice interventions.
  • The main objective of this study programme is to train persons who could professionally manage community development family and child welfare.