Social Work Institutions in India
The Institutions offering courses in Social work are as follows : (The list is indicative only).

S.No.AgeHeightWeight
1.10 - 11 Years128 cm25 kg
2.11 - 12 Years130 cm28 kg


Additionally it involves various specializations like Labour Welfare including Personnel Management and Human Resources, Medical Social Work, Psychiatric Social Work, Criminology, Urban and Rural Community Development, Family an Child Welfare, Probation and Correctional Services, Rural Development, Counseling Services, Social Development, Social Planning, Human Rights and Social Duties, Health Education including Sex Education etc.
The social work courses in India are designed to produce highly trained professionals for specialized fields of work. There is scope for work in health related, psychiatric or anthropological fields.

With institutes like the TISS offering career oriented courses the scope of building a successful career in this field looks promising. Job opportunities in Social Work vary with the kind of specialization that a person has opted for.

The Jobs available in the Indian Market are :

  • Specialists in medical aid and psychiatric social work find jobs in Hospitals, Clinics, Counseling Centers, Mental Hospitals and Old Age Homes.
  • Specialists in criminology find jobs in prisons and correction cells and government departments.
  • The labour welfare specialists work as Labour Welfare Officers in MNCs and in HR department of industries.
  • Community developments are involved in field work with community groups, government and voluntary agencies. Several Non – Governmental Agencies (NGOs) are engaged in welfare work.
  • The community welfare specialists generally find employment in NGOs working for the improvement of rural health, sanitation and lifestyle.
  • Child care and family services and work in family planning and Aids Programs.
  • Labour welfare and industrial relations work in personnel department of Industrial and Corporate sectors.
  • After gaining some experience MSWs can be appointed as consultants with various organizations.
  • Awareness campaigns of the government. World organizations such as the United Nations sponsor projects to facilitate developing countries iri their social welfare and other developmental Programs.
  • Teaching is another option for Social workers.

However, NHAI, OXFAM, DANIDA, CSWB, SSWB, Indian Red Cross Society, NIMHANS, National Institutes for handicapped, CARE, World Vision, ICMR, AIIMS, MMDA, HUDCO, Youth Hostel Association of India, Hindustan Mazdoor Sabha, United Trade Union Congress, Centre of Indian Trade Unions, Employers Federation of India, Nehru Yuva Keftdra, YMCA, Indian Society of Training and Development, SOS Children’s village and National Commission on Women including Indian construction and civil engineering companies etc., offer high profile jobs with salaries to match, the work mainly involves liaising, policy planning and socio – economic development.
The MSW degree holds good for international market as well. Premier international organizations employ social workers in awareness campaigns and projects meant for developing countries.

Internationally recognized NGOs and civil engineering consultancy and construction companies that employ Indian social workers also pay well.

Additionally, the international funding institutions also provide a bulk of employment to social work professionals in the field of social development, poverty reduction, HIV / AIDS, gender and development, livelihood restoration, resettlement and rehabilitation of affected persons in India as well as overseas projects related to roads, highways and other urban infrastructure.

However Social work professionals work in the areas as reflected in the subsequent paragraph :

Program Eligibility CriteriaAdmission Criteria Duration ( Years )
BBA
BBA ( Oil & Gas Marketing )Science / Commerce stream with minimum 50% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level ( 10th & 12th )Group Discussion & Interview3
BBA ( Auto - Retailing ) Minimum 50% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level ( 10th & 12th )Group Discussion & Interview 3
BBA ( Logistics ) Minimum 50% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level ( 10th & 12th ) with Maths in class XII PreferredGroup Discussion & Interview 3
BBA ( Aviation Operations ) Minimum 50% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level( 10th & 12th )Group Discussion & Interview 3
MBA
MBA ( Oil & Gas Management )( 1 ) Minimum 50% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level ( 10th & 12th )
( 2 ) Engineering*/ B. Sc. ( PCM ) Graduates with minimum 50%marks from a recognized University
UPES Management Entrance Test ( UPES-MET ) / National Level Test# + Group Discussion & Interview2
MBA( Power Management )( 1 ) Minimum 50% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level ( 10th & 12th )
( 2 ) Engineering* / B.Sc ( PCM ) Graduates with minimum 50% marks from a recognized University
UPES Management Entrance Test ( UPES - MET ) / National Level Test# + Group Discussion & Interview2
MBA ( Information Systems Management )( 1 ) Minimum 50% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level ( 10th & 12th )
( 2 ) B.Tech/ BE ( IT / CSE / EEE ), B.Sc. ( IT / CSE ), BCA with 50% marks from arecognized University
UPES Management Entrance Test ( UPES - MET ) / National Level Test# + Group Discussion & Interview2
MBA ( Aviation Management )( 1 ) Minimum 50% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level ( 10th & 12th )
( 2 ) Graduation with minimum 50% marks from a recognized University

UPES Management Entrance Test ( UPES-MET ) / National Level Test# + Group Discussion & Interview2
MBA ( Port & Shipping Management )( 1 ) Minimum 50% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level ( 10th & 12th )
( 2 ) Graduation with minimum 50% marks from a recognized University
UPES Management Entrance Test ( UPES-MET ) / National Level Test# + Group Discussion & Interview2
MBA( Energy Trading )( 1 ) Minimum 50% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level ( 10th & 12th )
( 2 ) Graduation in Commerce / Economics / Mathematics / Statistics / CA / ICWA / B. Tech / B.Sc. ( PCM ) with minimum 50% marks from a recognized University
UPES Management Entrance Test( UPES-MET ) / National Level Test# + Group Discussion & Interview2
MBA ( Infrastructure Management )( 1 ) Minimum 50% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level ( 10th & 12th )
( 2 ) B.Tech / BE ( Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, EEE ), B.Sc. ( PCM ) with 50% marks from a recognized University
UPES Management Entrance Test ( UPES - MET ) / National Level Test# + Group Discussion & Interview2
MBA( Logistics & Supply Chain Management )( 1 ) Minimum 50% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level ( 10th & 12th )
( 2 ) Graduation with minimum 50% marks from a recognized University
UPES Management Entrance Test ( UPES-MET ) / National Level Test# + Group Discussion & Interview2
MBA( International Business ) ( 1 ) Minimum 50% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level( 10th & 12th )
( 2 ) Graduation with minimum 50% marks from a recognized University
UPES Management Entrance Test ( UPES - MET ) / National Level Test# + Group Discussion & Interview 2

For a national and international social work career, it is possible to have global attention to act on major national and international social issues, either at home o abroad, and wherever one chooses to work to be engaged in solving social problems of worldwide dimensions.

As the social context of the human services becomes increasingly more internationalized, it is crucial that social workers broaden their world view; the personal and professional reward for doing so can be immense.

Recently, research, consultancy, civil engineering, urban planning, highways and road infrastructure, special economic zones (SEZ), dams and hydro power, water resource and irrigation projects including social advertising etc have emerged as upcoming areas within this field.

So if you are looking for a career that is not only vastly satisfying, but also professionally challenging, social work fits the bill.

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2 thoughts on “Study Centres for Social Work Courses

  1. i am doing my 12th at present. i have a great interest in doing graduation and post graduation in social work. so plz provide necessary information.

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