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Master of Social Work (M.S.W.)

  • Duration

    4 Semesters (2 Years)

  • Course Fee

    45,000 (Annum)

  • Exam Fee


  • NSQF

    8 To 9

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*The title of the programme is approved u/s 22 of University Grants Commission (UGC) Act 1956.

Opportunity is offered along every path but with education, the learners have to make their way. Completing the coursework of Bachelor of Social work, Master’s in same is the right choice. It not just enhances the knowledge in the field of professional social work but also helps one, earn a higher salary.

The curriculum of Master of Social work, it’s a theme-filled course which connects to the emerging areas of social work useful in the context of present, like, introduction to Social work, understanding over the governance policy and laws, understanding the social work areas from the perspectives of Indians, Human rights and advocacy, HIV/AIDS, etc. An understanding over tribal problems and development, disaster management, peacebuilding, mental health and social work, family social work, social work with youth, Social welfare administration and projects conducted by the final year students being a part of M.S.W. curriculum, is also included as a part of this understanding.

People get connected to the field of social work due to their conscience to contribute towards the welfare of community and others. But, with the Masters of Social work, it provides them with much more than what they came in for. Be it offering better supports and services to clients or a personal fulfilment opportunity, MSW as a degree includes it all.

To be eligible for this 2-year programme, one needs to complete their Graduation in Bachelor of social work. All the 4 semesters within it will further prepare the students for best. It offers them better job security, as a need for advocates and resources are always there.

As per the reports by the Labor statistics, seems like the job of social workers by 2024 might see a growth rate of 12%. This increase of the MSW trained graduates will then be able to provide help to people for overcoming their life’s problem and providing them with better care and support.

45,000 (Annum)

  1. A master’s in the social work curriculum helps to find supervisory positions in the organisations and where there exists a need for the therapy, as per the National Association of Social Workers.
  2. The curriculum prepares the students to be a part of Crucial roles in the Nation development and upliftment of the underprivileged and poor sections of the society. Social worker acts as a bridge between them and the Government.
  3. Some areas for getting employment for graduates of MSW can be, Clinics, Counselling centres, health industry, correction cells, MNCs, mental hospitals, disaster management department, Old age homes, prisons, Industries HR department, Gender Issues associations or groups, Natural Resources Management Companies, etc.
  4. For the MSW aspirants, some other job roles are, Assistant Director, Junior Research Fellow, District Consultant, Project Coordinator, Professor, Documentation and Communication Officer, Sub-Regional Training Coordinator, Humanitarian Values and PMER Officer, Senior Manager - Human Resources and National Secretary of Community Development, etc.

If we look into some popular career options, Social work is the most rewarding profession. It helps one to make a difference around and help the one in need.

  1. Government departments and varied social sectors are always open for graduates of BSW and MSW, at Local, State and National level.
  2. As a psychiatric social worker or counsellor, one can work as a medical social worker.
  3. In the sector of education, a graduate can work at colleges and universities as a lecturer or professor or they can even be a part of the school, as its counsellor.
  4. NGOs offer the position of Social Educator, programme coordinator and managers to the graduates of MSW.
  5. Professionals can also be an engaging part of the Human Rights Agency.
  6. As mobilizer and counsellor, Old age welcome both the graduates of BSW and MSW.

Being a part of this programme is one thing to hold on to for the satisfaction of mind and heart. It helps one to fulfil their dream to help while they earn. The programme of Masters in Social work not just builds a career, it brings us closer to society, the unheard part of same.