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SOCIAL WORK

  • INTRODUCTION
  • COURSE
  • CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
  • COLLEGES IN INDIA
  • COLLEGES IN ABROAD
  • SKILL SET 
  • ELEGIBILITY
  • SPECIALISATION
  • ROLES & RESPONSIBILITITES

Do you look at the people around you and have this desire to reach out and help them? Do you wish to bring about change and the betterment of society? If the answer to anyone of the above is yes, then you should consider the career of a social worker. Social workers work with different subsets of populations and provide advice, support and help to individuals who are vulnerable sections of the society or who need assistance in various situations, such as adoption, dealing with abuse, etc. Further, the job of a social worker also requires the individual to be up to date with laws and policies in order to effectively help their clients.

  • Bachelor's degree in Social work (B.S.W. / B.A) - 3 year course.
  • A. (hons) in Social Science with specialization in Rural Development
  • A. (Honors) Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Masters Degree course in Social work (M.S.W. / M.A) which is of 2 year duration.

Professionally, Social workers may be classified as three types-

  • Macro-: Deal with Social work nationally and internationally, by making policies and sponsorships
  • Mesco-: They handle social work with small organizations
  • Micro-: They work with individuals and families.
College Location
Delhi School of Social Work, Delhi University Delhi
Tata Institute of Social Sciences Mumbai /Guwahati
Panjab University Punjab
Christ University Bangalore
Madras School of Social Work Chennai
Institute of Rural Management (IRMA) Anand
Christ University Bangalore
Jamia Millia University Delhi
College of Social Work Nirmala Niketan Mumbai
School of Social Work Roshni Nilya Mangalore
Pune University Pune
Annamalai University Chidambaram
Institution Location
University of Chicago United States
Columbia University School of Social Work United States
University of Michigan United States
University of Washington United States
University of California Berkeley United States
University of Texas at Austin United States
University of South California United States
  • Hard Work
  • Empathy
  • Tolerance
  • Critical Thinking
  • Ability to facilitate
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Judgmental approach
  • Patience & Dedication
  • Sensitivity & Objectivity
  • Organizational Skills
  • Detailed note taking ability
  • Good Listener & supportive
  • Compassion for the underprivileged
  • Good Inter personal communication
  • Knowledge of Human Development Stages
  • Understanding of Human Psychology
  • Exceptional Professional boundary setting
  • Must have passed class 12thor senior secondary examination with at least 50% marks
  • The minimum requirement for a professional position in this field is- Bachelor's degree in Social work (B.S.W. / B.A) - 3 year course.
  • A graduate in any discipline can join for the Master’s Degree course in Social work (M.S.W. / M.A) which is of 2 year duration.
  • Child and Family Social Worker
  • Medical and Public Health Social Worker
  • Clinical Social Worker
  • Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)Professional
  • Geriatric Social Worker
  • School Social worker
  • Social Entrepreneurship
  • Social Psychologist
  • Work with people to support them through difficult times and ensure that vulnerable people are safeguarded from any harm
  • Develop and maintain professional relationships with people acting as advocates & guides for them
  • Assess clients' needs, situations, strengths, and support networks to determine their goals
  • Organize and manage packages of support to enable people to lead fullest lives as far as possible
  • Recommend and make decisions about the best course of action for a particular person or family
  • Participate in multi-disciplinary teams and meetings regarding child protection, mental health, etc.
  • Develop plans to improve clients' well-being
  • Help clients to adjust to changes and challenges in their lives, such as illness, divorce, or unemployment
  • Respond to emergent situations, such as natural disasters
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