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Bachelor of Social Work

Programme Overview

Bachelor of Arts in Social Work is a four-year degree programme with the possibility of completing the fourth year with research if a particular student secures 75% CGPA in the previous exams.

Programme Objectives & Outcomes

After completion of the programme, a student will be able to:

 

Knowledge

PO01: Grasp the theories of Social Work, sociology, and psychology.

PO02: Acquaint him/herself with the history of the Social Work.

PO03: Relate his/her understanding of guidance and principles of Social Work.

PO04: Gain awareness about the various contemporary issues in Social Work.

 

 

Skills

PO05: Demonstrate his/her communication skills through paper presentation on subject as well as various interdisciplinary themes.

PO06: Construct instructional designs, scholastic & co-scholastic curriculum designs.

PO07: Integrate and apply ICT in learning process.

PO08: Acquaint him/herself with the diverse current social problems and other related issues such as drug addiction, poverty, unemployment, human trafficking.

 

Competence

PO09: Explore new ideas and thoughts through the application of theoretical knowledge of Social Work subject and statistical techniques and pedagogical analysis.

PO10: Initiate self-sufficiency, sincerity, independent thinking as Social Work is a lifelong process for empowering the student to face all challenges in his/her future endeavours.

PO11: Develop concern for the community, society, and nation.

Programme Specific Objectives & Outcomes

 

 

 

 

 

Knowledge

PSO1: A student develops a clear idea about the subject Social Work, like nature, scope and aim of Social Work, factors, different areas of Social Work practice.

PSO2: A student gathers knowledge about Psychology, theories, and their implication in the field of Social Work.

PSO3: A student develops knowledge about the detailed history of the evolution of Social Work in USA, UK and India.

PSO4: A student internalises the basics of Sociology, relation between Sociology and Social Work and its importance in understanding the current challenges.

PSO5: Astudent develops knowledge about basic of social case work as well as group work.

PSO6: A student develops the sociological concept for Social Work education and practice.

PSO7: A student develops the concept of youth and the various intervention in the field to work with youth.

 

 

 

Skills

PSO1: A student will develop a clear idea about the subject Social Work, like nature, scope and aim of Social Work, factors, different agencies of Social Work.

PSO2: A student will execute the theories of psychology in the areas of practice.

PSO3: A student will develop skills on documentation, reporting and filing.

PSO4: A student will develop an understanding of educational technology, ICT, and e- learning.

PSO5: A student will advocate the importance of guidance and counselling.

PSO6: A student will develop the skill of intervention in various areas of practice.

PSO7: A learner will exhibit an excellent communication skill, life skill and value education.

 

 

 

 

Competence

PSO1: A learner demonstrates competencies required to use computers in research,

communication, ICT & e-learning for implementing instructional techniques and different models of Social Work.

PSO2: A student will analyse the detailed history of Social Work.

PSO3: A student will systematise the concepts of adjustment, maladjustment, and the various interpretations of the psychological tests.

PSO4: A student will correlate various qualitative and quantitative data for research.

PSO5: A student will envision a society where people from all walks of life enjoy equal and equitable rights and opportunities.

PSO6: A student will compute statistical analysis in the field of research.

PSO7: A student will analyse the contemporary trends in Social Work practice.

Admission & Selection Process
Eligibility

Eligibility for Application

Marks of English + Marks of Honours Subject opted + Best 2 Subjects (excluding Environmental Sc./Physical Education) should aggregate to a minimum of 60%

Instructions

* Scanned copies of the class 10, 11/12 marks card should be uploaded while filling up the application.

* If class 12 marks are not available at the time of applying, then marks of any test conducted during class 11 or Pre-board, can be uploaded.

* The office of admissions will verify the scorecards.

* Applications with no scorecards or vague scanned copies will be rejected and termed as Not Eligible.

Kindly make sure your Contact Number & Email is correct and regularly used.

Fee Structure

Course1st Installment (July)2nd Installment (Oct)3rd Installment (Jan)4th Installment (Apr)Total Each Year
BSW (1st Year)311383113831138311361,24,550
BSW (2nd Year)257632576325763257611,03,050
BSW (3rd Year)257632576325763257611,03,050
BSW (4th Year)258632586325863258611,03,450

It is to be noted that though the fee is fixed for four years, there may be a periodic nominal increase to meet the rise in costs.

Curriculum Document

Bachelor of Arts in Social Work is a four-year degree programme with the possibility of completing the fourth year with research if a particular student secures 75% CGPA in the previous exams.

After completion of the programme, a student will be able to:

 

Knowledge

PO01: Grasp the theories of Social Work, sociology, and psychology.

PO02: Acquaint him/herself with the history of the Social Work.

PO03: Relate his/her understanding of guidance and principles of Social Work.

PO04: Gain awareness about the various contemporary issues in Social Work.

 

 

Skills

PO05: Demonstrate his/her communication skills through paper presentation on subject as well as various interdisciplinary themes.

PO06: Construct instructional designs, scholastic & co-scholastic curriculum designs.

PO07: Integrate and apply ICT in learning process.

PO08: Acquaint him/herself with the diverse current social problems and other related issues such as drug addiction, poverty, unemployment, human trafficking.

 

Competence

PO09: Explore new ideas and thoughts through the application of theoretical knowledge of Social Work subject and statistical techniques and pedagogical analysis.

PO10: Initiate self-sufficiency, sincerity, independent thinking as Social Work is a lifelong process for empowering the student to face all challenges in his/her future endeavours.

PO11: Develop concern for the community, society, and nation.

 

 

 

 

 

Knowledge

PSO1: A student develops a clear idea about the subject Social Work, like nature, scope and aim of Social Work, factors, different areas of Social Work practice.

PSO2: A student gathers knowledge about Psychology, theories, and their implication in the field of Social Work.

PSO3: A student develops knowledge about the detailed history of the evolution of Social Work in USA, UK and India.

PSO4: A student internalises the basics of Sociology, relation between Sociology and Social Work and its importance in understanding the current challenges.

PSO5: Astudent develops knowledge about basic of social case work as well as group work.

PSO6: A student develops the sociological concept for Social Work education and practice.

PSO7: A student develops the concept of youth and the various intervention in the field to work with youth.

 

 

 

Skills

PSO1: A student will develop a clear idea about the subject Social Work, like nature, scope and aim of Social Work, factors, different agencies of Social Work.

PSO2: A student will execute the theories of psychology in the areas of practice.

PSO3: A student will develop skills on documentation, reporting and filing.

PSO4: A student will develop an understanding of educational technology, ICT, and e- learning.

PSO5: A student will advocate the importance of guidance and counselling.

PSO6: A student will develop the skill of intervention in various areas of practice.

PSO7: A learner will exhibit an excellent communication skill, life skill and value education.

 

 

 

 

Competence

PSO1: A learner demonstrates competencies required to use computers in research,

communication, ICT & e-learning for implementing instructional techniques and different models of Social Work.

PSO2: A student will analyse the detailed history of Social Work.

PSO3: A student will systematise the concepts of adjustment, maladjustment, and the various interpretations of the psychological tests.

PSO4: A student will correlate various qualitative and quantitative data for research.

PSO5: A student will envision a society where people from all walks of life enjoy equal and equitable rights and opportunities.

PSO6: A student will compute statistical analysis in the field of research.

PSO7: A student will analyse the contemporary trends in Social Work practice.

Eligibility for Application

Marks of English + Marks of Honours Subject opted + Best 2 Subjects (excluding Environmental Sc./Physical Education) should aggregate to a minimum of 60%

Instructions

* Scanned copies of the class 10, 11/12 marks card should be uploaded while filling up the application.

* If class 12 marks are not available at the time of applying, then marks of any test conducted during class 11 or Pre-board, can be uploaded.

* The office of admissions will verify the scorecards.

* Applications with no scorecards or vague scanned copies will be rejected and termed as Not Eligible.

Kindly make sure your Contact Number & Email is correct and regularly used.

Year
1st Installment (Jul)
2nd Installment (Oct)
3rd Installment (Jan)
4th Installment (Apr)
Total Each Year
1st Year
31138
31138
31138
31136
1,24,550
2nd Year
25763
25763
25763
25761
1,03,050
3rd Year
25763
25763
25763
25761
1,03,050
4th Year
25863
25863
25863
258621
1,03,450

It is to be noted that though the fee is fixed for four years, there may be a periodic nominal increase to meet the rise in costs.

INTRODUCTION

The Department of Social Work in Salesian College Siliguri was established in the year 2019. The Department is committed to the pursuit of social work campaigns to improve the quality of life of the downtrodden. The Department looks for individuals who inherently possess a commitment to bring about positive change in society and provides them with the right amount of training and orientation to fulfill their deeds in the most effective manner. The academic program is rigorous so as to enable students with an appropriate attitude and knowledge to effectively address social problems in the world. An innovative blend of theory, fieldwork and research is designed to provide the students with a variety of skills to enable them to be active social workers, to set up and manage social work organizations of their own or to find employment with various national and international agencies.

Our vision is to envision a society that upholds the values of equality, diversity, inclusiveness, democracy and concern for the welfare of the society, strengthening human relationships and promoting social justice, following in the footsteps of our patron, Don Bosco, who in his life advocated and upheld the rights of the marginalized youth. We envisage a harmonious society which promotes development and progress with the help of qualified mentors to assist the empowerment of individuals, groups and the society at large, contributing to nation building.

Our mission is to make collective and quality learning to the students accessible to students, contributing to the development and dissemination of social work knowledge and skills, thereby moulding the students into effective, ethical and professional social workers. We aim to work as a department, to become catalysts encouraging inter-disciplinary collaborations within the college to address social injustices collectively as one unit. Our endeavour is to sensitize the youth of today about social equity through constructive programmes both in the field and campus. We ultimately aim to herald the message of social justice and progress in the society by bringing out students equipped with leadership skills and become the pioneer institution by shifting paradigms in unprecedented times.

VISION

The vision of the department is to envision a society that upholds the values of equality, diversity, inclusiveness, democracy and concern for the welfare of the society, strengthening human relationships and promoting social justice.

MISSION

  1. The mission of the department is to make collective and quality learning to the students accessible to students, contributing to the development and dissemination of Social Work knowledge and skills, thereby moulding the students into effective, ethical and professional Social Workers.

Testimonials

Faculty List

NameDesignationCampusEmailProfile
Dr. Brian GomesAssistant Professor, HoDSiliguribrian.kolkata@salesiancollege.netview
Ms. Richayanti Peters LepchaAssistant Professor, Programme CoordinatorSiliguririchaplepcha@salesiancollege.netview
Fr. (Dr.) Saju PuthusseryAssociate ProfessorSiliguriptsajus@salesiancollege.netview
Ms. Chinzong Helena LepchaAssociate ProfessorSiligurihelenalepcha@salesiancollege.netview
Ms. Rini BhadraLecturer, BoS SecretarySiliguririni2slg@salesiancollege.netview