Department of Social Work
1. Human Resource Management & Industrial Relations 2. Community Work
Master of Social Work (MSW) students have opportunities to be placed in Factories/ Industries, Public Sector Units (PSUs), CSR, Organisations of National and International repute (IOs/ GOs/ NGOs), Service Sector, Medical Institutions, Teaching and Research, Administration etc. MSW students have been placed in various International, Governmental and Non-governmental Organizations such as UNICEF, WHO, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare/ Railways/ Labour/ Social Justice & Empowerment/ Rural Development/ Women & Child Development, Foreign, Central and State Universities, Action Aid, Help Age India, Polaris (CSR), CAPART, Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd. (BHEL), Delhi Metro Railway Corporation (DMRC), Azim Premji Foundation, Don Bosco Ashalayam, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Indian Red Cross Society, Hindustan Zinc Ltd., Shri Ram Honda Group of Industries, Bharti Airtel Limited, Reddy Foundation, PRAVAH, SRIJAN, Piramal Foundation, PRADAN, Social Welfare Departments in various State Governments, etc.
- Equip social work learners with the knowledge, values, and skills of the social work profession to prepare competent professionals for working with diverse populations.
- Learn and apply strategies to promote social justice, social change and social development.
- Use communication and helping skills across client populations, communities and agencies.
- Infuse and develop interdisciplinary knowledge in social work.
- Apply various strategies of human resource management and labour welfare for effective organizational management.
- Demonstrate ethical and professional behaviour that allows the professional practice guided through values.
- Involve in evidence-based research for scientific inquiry.
- Engage in policy practice to advance well-being through effective social service delivery mechanisms.
- Apply critical thinking to inform and communicate professional practice by integrating diverse knowledge.
- Practice diversity in the profession to recognize the importance of difference in shaping life experience.