To be the best in class and nurture socially responsible leader.
To prepare social work professionals with the knowledge, values and skills needed to initiate and sustain change and provide visionary leadership within a frame work that promotes individual dignity, respects diversity and seeks distributive Justice in the Indian tradition.
To cultivate an atmosphere of intellectual discipline that facilitates faculty and student scholarship and research that contributes to the knowledge base of the profession and improves society's understanding of the national and global structure.
1. To provide professional education in social work & to develop a sense of civic consciousness & social responsibility in the students.
2. To train personnel for a wide range of social work intervention at various levels in the field of social welfare through class room teaching, research & field work strengthened by various field action projects.
1. To make the students understand the methods of Social Work intervention that comes across the system (Individual, family, group, agency and Community).
2. Student should be able to make the applicability of both the ethnic & Social Sensitive Approaches to deal with the persons or group of disabled, Senior Citizens, Victims of Violence, Children &Youth.
3. To inculcate in students how to integrate knowledge of social work profession and current social welfare structures , Policies, Issues , and develop ability to analyze it impact upon client system, Human Service agencies and Communities.
4. To prepare students for ethical decision-making guided by the values, principles & standards of the social work profession, particularly the values of self-determination, empowerment, & regard for diversity
5. Apply critical thinking skills in problem solving with social work values and ethics, human diversity issues, the dynamics of discrimination and oppression, social and economic justice, and interactions among systems.
6. Students must develop an ability of or acting to bring about social change to reduce social barriers, inequality and injustice.
7. He must build the ability of Upholding people’s interest and rights based on the principle of “Helping people to help themselves”
After studying this course, he or she should be able to:
1. Promote principles of social justice, human rights and anti-oppressive practice as intrinsic elements of social work practice.
2. Engage in a process of self-awareness, self-monitoring and continuous professional development .Develop 'research minded' practitioners who will continue to update their knowledge and engage in systematic evaluation of their practice.
3. Apply knowledge of social systems and human behavior to promote social change, problem solving in human relationships and the empowerment of people to enhance their well-being identify elements of good practice for supporting people through transitions.
4. Should become accountable, Expert in planning, intervening, managing and evaluating practice.
5. Gain the knowledge of identifying elements of good practice for supporting people through transitions.
6. He should recognize the responsibilities of social workers in protecting service users and the public within legal contexts.
7. Respond reflectively and reflexively as a social worker in a variety of social work settings, including multi-disciplinary contexts.
1. Students should understand & develop administrative and management knowledge about social policy and the delivery of social services, vision for future planning, an understanding of human behavior, and commitment to social work ethics and values. Along with the understanding of their legal rights.
2. When families are unable to carry out their roles and responsibilities, then social workers must intervene to protect the children from harm. Child welfare social workers ensure that children and youths who have experienced abuse or neglect are supported through a range of services.
3. He should know to handle and treat alcohol, tobacco, and other drug addictions through case management, group and individual therapy, family counseling, advocacy for jobs and housing needs, community resource development, education, and policy making.
4. He must understand the needs and problems and develop the foresight of or should focuses on the physical, psychological, social, and economic aspects of daily living.
5. Advocacy is one of the keystones of social work practice. Social work advocates champion the rights of individuals and communities with the goal of achieving social justice. Community organizing and advocacy work must be finely focused in his work